False Assurance

On today’s episode of TID, Keith and I discuss false assurance. What we mean by that is there are people, according to Jesus in Matthew 7:21-23, who believe they belong to Jesus because of their mighty works. Jesus shockingly tells them they are not his by revealing he does not know them.

Why were these people assured of their standing with God when there was no assurance? Let us be clear: YOU CAN HAVE REAL ASSURANCE THAT GOD KNOWS, LOVES AND HAS RESCUED US. There are, however, some false assurances that we want to address so that we can KNOW on a solid foundation that our salvation is real.

Give this a listen, and by all means send us any questions you’d us to tackle. You can reach us at mitch@threeriversc.org

TID #48 Merging of the Church with the Digitalized World (w/ Chris Hayes) Theology in the Dirt

TID's Executive Producer, Chris Hayes, joins Mitch today to talk about the ever changing technological and digital world and how the church must stay relevant to those changes without sacrificing real, authentic relationships. Please give us a listen and if you like it, give us a 5 star review to help us reach more people. If you have any questions or want to submit a topic for us to discuss, please send those to theologyinthedirt@gmail.com.  — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theologyinthedirt/support
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