There are examples in the Bible of people being saved but then losing their salvation. Perhaps the biggest example — the one involving the most people — is that of the Children of Israel who were saved out of Egypt: most of them lost their salvation because they rebelled against God, and so they died in the wilderness, never making it to the Promised Land. 1 Corinthians 10:1-12 uses this example to warn us that we can also lose our salvation (also see Heb. 3:7-19).
- ▶ Who are the six demons Cain, Nero, Judas, Legion, Belial and Lucifer?
- ▶ Is it okay for Christians to eat pork and shellfish?
- ▶ Was Mary Magdalene a prostitute?
- ▶ How tall was Goliath?
- ▶ Why did Paul change his name from Saul to Paul?
- ▶ How old was Solomon when he began his reign?
- ▶ How many promises are in the Bible?
- ▶ How old were the disciples of Jesus when they joined him?
- ▶ How many people wrote the Bible?
- ▶ Where in the Bible does it refer to Isaiah being sawn in half while hiding in a tree?
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