The second message in my new 101 Bible Questions series is full of powerful New Covenant truths about the believer’s eternal security in Christ. In it, I explore numerous passages full of insights into why you can be confident God will never let you go, including:
- God’s faithfulness to Himself in securing us forever
- God’s love and power holding us safe
- Your union with Christ being unbreakable
- Your place in God’s family being permanent
I invite you to listen to the full message for a deeper understanding of these encouraging truths and to experience the assurance that you are safe forever with Jesus!
You can also learn even more about the transformative power of God’s love and grace in my newly released book, 101 Bible Questions: And the Surprising Answers You May Not Hear in Church!
Discussion Questions for “101 Bible Questions” – Eternal Security:
- Read John 10:28 and Ephesians 1:13-14. How do these verses together provide assurance of eternal life for believers? In what ways does the imagery of being held in Jesus’ hand and being sealed by the Holy Spirit contribute to your understanding of eternal security?
- Reflect on Romans 8:38-39 and 1 Peter 1:4-5. How does the love of God and the power of God work together to ensure the believer’s security? How can understanding this help you in times of doubt or uncertainty?
- Examine 1 John 5:12-13 and Philippians 1:6. What do these verses teach about knowing for certain that we have eternal life? How can a believer be confident in their salvation, and how does this confidence affect their daily living?
- Read 1 Corinthians 1:8-9. Discuss the faithfulness of God in preserving believers. How does understanding God’s unchanging purpose provide security for the believer?
- Consider Romans 8:1, Hebrews 7:25, and Hebrews 10:14. What do these verses say about the believer’s status before God and the work of Christ on their behalf? How do these truths encourage perseverance?
- Explore 1 John 2:19 and Jude 1:24. What do these verses say about true belonging in the community of believers and the assurance of being kept secure until the end? How does this challenge or affirm your current understanding of eternal security?