Am I Truly Saved If I Don't Feel Convicted of My Sin?
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Am I Truly Saved If I Don't Feel Convicted of My Sin?

Best of 2019: If God Is Loving, Why Doesn’t He Save Everyone?

Aired December 27, 2019

Episode 345 | Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer questions about why God doesn’t save everyone, growth in the Christian life, doubt, the new creation, and what it means that God will write his law on their hearts.

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Episode 345 Show Notes

From the Show

Our baseline here has to be the fact that after the fall, the whole human race is one condemned lump of humanity. So, for God to set his special love, from eternity, upon those whom he gave to his Son, as a bride, is an act of unbelievable charity, the deepest mercy and grace we could possibly imagine.

—Michael Horton

Questions in this Episode

1. If God is loving, why doesn’t he save everyone? It seems reasonable that a God who loves everyone and has the power to save everyone would save everyone.

2. I have been a Christian for over 40 years. I have been an ineffectual Christian for over 40 years. I don't know how to go back and start over.

3. Can doubting our salvation ultimately motivate us to become more holy?

4. Will the new heaven and earth be a physical or a spiritual place?

5. What does it mean that “God will right his law on our hearts”? Does this mean that believers will gain victory of their sin?


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