Have you ever wondered, “Am I really saved?” Maybe you remember the time you said a prayer and asked Jesus into your heart, but since then you have questioned whether you really got saved at all. Or could it be that you know you got saved, but you fear that you could never live a life good enough to hold onto that gift.
Everyone at some point in time wonders what will become of them after they die. This uncertainty can especially plague and haunt someone who, though being a child of God, wonders if there is hope for their future. To the person who struggles with the security of their salvation, the prospect of any assurance or peace seems futile without clear answers from Scripture.
Others have taken obscure verses out of the Bible to cast a thick and seemingly impenetrable shadow upon the doctrine of eternal security. God’s shining light will cut through the darkness as you are given clear guidelines for understanding some of the more difficult passages in the Bible, and the looming shadow of doubt will quickly vanish as you read the fifteen impossibilities that would have to take place to ever undo the miracles that God executed at the moment of salvation.
Ecclesiastes 3:14, “I know that, whatsoever God doeth, it shall be for ever: nothing can be put to it, nor any thing taken from it: and God doeth it, that men should fear before him.”
103 pages, softcover.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR…
As a teenager, Rick developed a love for the word of God while attending Bible Institute classes that his dad taught for several years in Georgia. He found early on in life the best way for him to learn and study was to write. For Rick, this developed into a love of writing, and as a young man on the mission field, he would often write Bible studies for his father to read and review with him. Ever since then, he wanted to write a book, a door that God opened for him through Dr. Sam Gipp’s work How to Get Your Book Published.
Rick’s first book was published through Daystar Publishing in 2010, entitled Roadmap Through Revelation. The book is dedicated to Rick’s father, Richard Lee Schworer, who passed away in 2004.