Once saved, always saved vs Lordship salvation. One big difference.

I would submit that the LSer and the OSaser dont live their lives much differently from one another. The OSASER answers to the Lord daily, praying without ceasing,  not in fear or anxiety, but in victory and assurance. His prayers are as a son to his father, boldly approaching the throne of grace, not in regards to salvation, but for confession, intercession for others, fellowship and clearing the conscience, knowing nothing can separate him from the love of the father. This is a relationship.

The last thing a believer has to worry about is going to hell. He does know that he will stand before Jesus one day and give a full accounting of his life, good and bad. Even then, it wont be concerning salvation. A man doesn’t go to heaven, (OR hell), based on his works nor deeds, but for what he believed. Will he stand ashamed? That eventuality in itself should motivate and restrain any believer.

The LSer lives in anxiety and doubts, looking at the works of his hands for assurance, on a daily, hour to hour, minute by minute basis. If he fails, hes crushed. If he succeeds for a time, he still wonders “is it good enough”?  

They have not surrendered their own will. I know, cause I’ve been there, done all that. Won’t ever go back. Who the Son has set free,is free indeed. I sleep very good at night.   

2 Cor 5:19 19 To wit, that God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them; and hath committed unto us the word of reconciliation.

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