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The top two reasons why people turn away from Christianity

No U turnHave you noticed that people do turn away from Christianity, the religion of love. Some of them are least expected. I’m talking about people that have tasted the goodness of God through His Son Jesus Christ. People that know and believe in basic mainstream fundamental evangelical Christianity such as hell, heaven, holiness, righteousness and truth. These are people that have defended the undiluted Gospel of Truth as detailed in the Holy Bible. These people differ from those are non-Christians that reject Jesus and give an excuse of being confused by the compromising conduct of the many Christians out there.

I’m bound to give you an example of a well-known Bishop that I recently came to know about who twisted Christianity for an accommodative version of Christianity called the ‘gospel of inclusion’. This false gospel is today promoted by a well know Bishop, Carlton Pearson who is originally from San Diego California. There are many others but for Carlton to have decided to adopt the gospel of inclusion’ is really daunting. His sermons and teachings today are a contradiction to the true Gospel.

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Attainment of Salvation is a Must

Heaven for the SavedThe word salvation comes from the word save. Christians claim to be saved but really is such salvation guaranteed? Not at all, only the ones that endure to the end shall be saved (Matthew 24:23). Until then, nobody is saved yet it’s an acceptable claim to be saved because it is a process of working out one’s salvation.

Working out your salvation involves a lot of things but it can be summed up to keeping God’s commandments to the best of you capability. Solomon of old wrote that the entire duty of man is to fear God and keep His commands (Eccl. 12:13). The act of working out your salvation can be termed ‘living a holy life’, without which no man shall see the Lord (Hebrews 12:14).

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