SAVED DOESN’T MEAN SAVED?

According to some we are saved twice.  Dare I say, once in the spirit, yet incomplete hence it takes a second type of saved to complete the transaction?

You know the wrong rendition the self proclaimed, specially self-elected joint-heirs in Christ give of the verse in1 Timothy 2 where it states that the woman shall be saved in childbirth (paraphrasing) and they put it down to the fact that women will be saved at the Judgment Seat of Christ if they are good mothers and wives, and back up their theory that there are 2 types of “saved” in Paul’s epistles, like they say the word “saved” in 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 doesn’t mean justified in the eyes of God, reconciled to him or sanctified (set apart, holy in one’s spirit) but that it rather means saved from God’s “wrath” at the JSoC? What total bologna…

Anyone who reads 1 Timothy 2 in context will see what the particular verse in question means. Eve, a woman was the initial one who transgressed, and because of her transgression, a curse was placed on women in that childbirth would be painful and difficult, hence the reason why so many women died giving birth and still do, taking most to hell because they weren’t saved, but since a person is saved irrespective of race, gender or nationality, women are saved if they have believed the gospel, irrespective of the curse which is still in force today (because of sin). Read Romans 8.

The joint-heirs crowd are tools of Satan, enemies of the cross whose job it is to introduce legalism into the Grace Movement. If it is not of grace, then it is of works, plain and simple.

Do not be dragged underfoot by their version of the gospel either where they ignore the finished work of Christ on Calvary’s cross, Christ crucified. 1 Corinthians 15:1-4.

These peoples’ belief system originates from the 28er standpoint.  It’s where believing 28er theology eventually takes you.  Denying the Gospel and believing that the word SAVED doesn’t mean what it says, but rather subscribing it to one’s flesh is anathema.  It’s taking biblical-dispensational truth and twisting it and the end result is that one denies the saving power of 1 Corinthians 15:1-4.

It is because if Christ’s FINISHED work on Calvary’s cross that we no longer need to beg God for His mercy and forgiveness

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