December 2022 Newsletter
Can I Lose My Salvation in Christ?
By: Randy Kay
For centuries, controversy has persisted over the question of whether Christians can lose their salvation. In fact, that is the number one concern noted by those who ask questions of me. If all the writings in the Bible were clearly visible as a combined story, there would be no controversy. But for ages noted theologians have used Scripture to justify their positions on both sides. In this article I will help to clarify the answer, but first allow me to pose some guidelines when studying the Bible.
New Television Program!!!!
Randy Kay interviews weekly guests who have died and experienced Heaven or hell on the new Heaven Encounter TV series being aired on the Sid Roth It’s Supernatural Netword (ISN) and Middle East Television Network (METV)
You can watch Heaven Encounters each Thursday (TODAY) on ISN at the following times:
Thursdays 1:30 am and 1:30 pm ET
Viewers can watch ISN on the FREE ISN App on any phone or tablet, as well as Roku (ISN logo attached). Info available at: http://sidroth.org/television/video-podcast
ISN can also be viewed on:
The Sid Roth website: www.SidRoth.org/ISN
ISN Live Feed on the ISN YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoGJH4hyokR0Xyto0sfT3sA
A Word From One Of Our Partners
Encouraging Ourselves In The Lord
When the Apostle Paul and his companions were preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ in Thessalonica, – establishing a church there for the Lord – they were driven out by the enemies of Christ. Time and time again they attempted to return to Thessalonica, but, according to Paul, they could not, because “Satan stopped them.” In order to outwit the enemies of our Lord (who were obviously on the lookout for Paul), Paul then sent Timothy to the Thessalonian believers (instead of going there himself) in order to strengthen and encourage them in their faith.
Tis the Season for Making a Difference!
A Special Christmas Message
God had a decision to make at the dawn of His creation: would He sacrifice His only begotten Son for a people who would largely deny Jesus; or, would God and Jesus remain in Heaven within the glorious paradise they had created. Perhaps surprisingly, the decision was probably an easy one for God, because He could not bear living without His most beloved creation – you and me.
Keeping this in mind, let each of us give our first Christmas present to Jesus. Maybe that present is a simple “thank you.” Maybe it is giving to those in need. Or, perhaps the best gift to God would be yourself.
You are all God wants this Christmas. He wants all of you. He wants your attention. He wants to bless you. He wants to be with you.
Remember, beloved of Jesus our Messiah, He gave His all to be our all.
Have a Very Blessed Christmas!
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Daily Keys - December 9th
I will trust my gut feeling
Some follow their instincts first when making decisions, while others insist on using their intellect for the final determination. Several studies have shown that instinct as much as intellect leads to the right decision. Professor Marius Usher of Tel Aviv University’s School of Psychological Sciences and his fellow researchers found that participants who were forced to choose between two…
We are starting to set up virtual small groups with the help of our friend and Pastor Rob Bryceson. If you are interested in learning more please reach out to us at SmallGroups@Randykay.org.
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