I do not deny that salvation has never been earned nor maintained by one's good works. Instead, salvation has always been the work of God. But the problem is when one teaches that one's salvation by grace through faith is a license to sin. I really refuse to believe even for a minute that God's grace is a license to sin nor that a Christian can remain indifferent about good works and growing up. The "Easy Christianity" may quote Scripture but do they really know the Scripture? Then again, I believe those "Christians" hate expository preaching because it targets their twisted form of Christianity.
When it comes to people getting converted to Christianity - sin decreases and good works increase. In the Book of Acts, many people turned from their sinful ways after they were saved. Christianity was bad for the Devil's businesses. I do not see these people indulge in sin all the more. Instead, these people as a result of getting saved started to walk in good works. Titus 2:11-14 declares the timeless truth that God's grace brings forth good works. 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 shows how salvation changes one's lifestyle from sinfulness to serving God. That is why it is best to cast a shadow of doubt over people who claim to be Christians but love their sin instead of struggling against it.
- Antinomianism is Heresy
- Antinomianism is One Gospel Which is Not Another
- Can A Truly Saved Christian Sin All They Please? NOT A CHANCE According to Scriptures!
- Cheap Grace Theology is Deadly
- "Easy Christianity" Churches Are Also Leading People to Hell
- If Your Gospel Is Celebrating Sin, Then It Is Not the Real Gospel of Jesus Christ at All
- No Truly Saved Pastor Ever Teaches Grace Is a License to Sin
- The Immature Christian Struggling in Sin vs. The False Convert Reveling in Sin