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However, a changed life is the result, i.e., the fruit, of genuine repentance; and not repentance itself. Jesus taught that a man must be born-again to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven (John 3:3-7).
The Lord compared this spiritual birth to the physical birth.
When a child is born into this world, he or she grows as a result of that birth.
The growing process is NOT necessary for the birth to take place.
You may do all these things, and yet never believe the Gospel and consequently never be saved at all. Ironside correctly recognized repentance as the confession that "one is utterly without merit" and that if one is "ever saved at all it can only be through the merits of our Lord Jesus Christ." Salvation is without works of self-righteousness. , Paul Washer corrupts the Biblical meaning of Hebrews as does John Mac Arthur.
Romans 4:5 plainly teaches that a man's faith is COUNTED for righteousness, i.e., the righteousness of Jesus Christ is imputed to one's heavenly record by faith. Hebrews and 15 state: "Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord: Looking diligently lest any man fail of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up trouble you, and thereby ." The correct interpretation of Hebrews is that our testimony affects those around us.
Salvation is either by works or grace; but it cannot be both. Washer deceitfully teaches that works are not necessary for salvation, but then he says that if you don't have works you're not saved.
But let's say that a person comes forward or a person is out there with us in a park somewhere and they say, "Yes, I believe, I believe he saved me today." You should say, "Praise God!
Thus, we become a root of bitterness to those around us.
Washer even goes as far as to refer to the sinner's prayer as the idolatry of decisionism at in the video.
Lordship Salvation is a backdoor approach to the Roman catholic teaching of works salvation.
In this fool-headed video washer condemns the Romans Road (that is, showing a person how to be saved from Scriptures in the book of Romans). Washer calls it a manipulative practice, just like Ray comfort does.
Washer denounces conservative soul-winning Baptist evangelists as being stupid (and that's the exact word he uses in the following quote)...