1 Corinthians 6:11 states the wonderful truth of a life change saying that before you were saved, you were really unworthy and your wickedness showed it. Now you are saved, you definitely are going to have a new life by the grace of God. When there is a true conversion, true repentance and true faith then it goes daily. You got saved, you are getting saved and you will be saved. You repented of your sins, you are repenting of your sins and you will repent of your sins. You are converted, you are being converted and you will be converted. True conversion is not just once in a moment once saved, always saved with no change. Instead, it is once saved and by grace I will persevere as a true convert by the grace of God. Grace is not cheap - it cost God the Father His Son the Lord Jesus Christ so sin can be defeated. He died for your sin not so you can sin all you please. He died for your sin so you will be dead to self and alive in Him.
Some say teaching that true converts will be different is works salvation. There is no way it is works salvation. Instead, it is to see who is a real convert and who is not. If it is works salvation, they might as well throw away the Book of James. James 2:14-26 states that true works is not devoid of faith but it results to works. A true and real faith will produce works. Ephesians 2:10 says that Christians are equipped unto good works. When there is the grace of God, there is always a transformation. Christians may not be perfect but they are being perfected. There is no way that they can live like the rest of the world because of the grace of God. True Christians grow in their hatred for sin while growing in a love for the Lord Jesus Christ.
- 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
- 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