Consequences of salvation
In yesterdays post 1 Peter chapter one and the three tenses of salvation I talked about how Peter did not speak of three tenses of salvation as taught by the Calvinist. That Peter saw election and God’s foreknowledge working with a gospel of hope unto one tense of salvation. This salvation is a future event to come at Christ return. It doesn’t even happen at the altar of conversion but becomes for us a living hope through the resurrection of Christ from the dead.
I felt the article was undone so I want to draw your attention to the new section entitled What does this mean for believers? I encourage you to reread the whole article to grasp the whole consequence of the truth we see in the gospel of scripture compared to the gospel of men. Then decide what gospel you will follow. Also notice the link to my previous article, when rereading, called The three red flags on the three tenses of salvation in order to get an even wider range of scripture to consider when comparing the gospel of men to The Gospel According to the Gospel.
You decide, what will be your gospel?