Saving Faith is Present Tense and Active

by Deanna J. Reynolds, M.D. (ret.) ~ Corpus Christi, Texas ~ Jan. 2017

This series studies some of the Scriptures which reveal that saving faith is present-tense active, just as our living God is “I AM.”  We must truly KNOW and ABIDE in Christ our Vine, that we may be transformed into the image of God by the living Word Himself abiding in us. Please note that I lacked understanding of many details regarding Christ’s Millennial kingdom when I wrote this series; the Lord has since graciously shown me that non-overcoming saints, including apostasizers, will be chastened accordingly in the Tribulation or Millennium, so that they WILL be fully saved in eternity. Please be sure to read this key article, Resurrection, Rapture, Judgment of Christ’s Saints, and the Millennium – Overview and Scriptures for Self-Study; it builds on the truths and supersedes the errors in this series. Christ is coming VERY soon, and His Bride must make herself ready!

Links to Contents:

Saving Faith is Present Tense and Active – Part 1: “I AM”

Saving Faith is Present Tense and Active – Part 2: Jesus’ Parable of the Sower

Saving Faith is Present Tense and Active – Part 3: My People are Destroyed for Lack of Knowledge

Saving Faith is Present Tense and Active – Part 4: Hardened Unbelieving Hearts vs. Repentant Believing Hearts

Saving Faith is Present Tense and Active – Part 5: He Who Stands Firm to the End Will Be Saved

Compilation of Some of Many Scriptures Revealing Saving Faith Must Be Present Tense and/or Active (for the Bereans!)