This is a great article related to this series of posts.
I believe one of the most important considerations a parent can have is whether or not their child is saved. And while we often can’t know with certainty whether or not another person is saved, there are things we can look for.
A while back I posted a list of signs a child isn’t saved. Recently I been thinking about human situations that might cause a parent to fear that the child they thought was saved really isn’t.
So let’s say you have a son or daughter who understands, believes and loves the gospel. You see real spiritual fruit and sanctification in their life and you feel they are walking with Christ.
But there is something going on in their life that makes you doubt their salvation.
Here is a list of real life situations that shouldn’t.
1. He is sinful.
The Bible is clear, we all sin…
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