Rightly Divide the Word of Truth

Almost, but not Quite

November 08, 2022 Andrew S. Baker (ASB) Season 5 Episode 45
Rightly Divide the Word of Truth
Almost, but not Quite
Show Notes

A devotional study about not quite accepting a call of conviction upon the heart.  We cannot afford to play games when the Holy Spirit makes an appeal to us through any messenger or mechanism.

Acts 26:28-29 KJV
Then Agrippa said unto Paul, “Almost thou persuadest me to be a Christian.”  And Paul said, “I would to God, that not only thou, but also all that hear me this day, were both almost, and altogether such as I am, except these bonds.”
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Almost Saved...
There are some who seem to be always seeking for the heavenly pearl. But they do not make an entire surrender of their wrong habits. They do not die to self that Christ may live in them. Therefore they do not find the precious pearl. They have not overcome unholy ambition and their love for worldly attractions. They do not take up the cross and follow Christ in the path of self-denial and sacrifice. Almost Christians, yet not fully Christians, they seem near the kingdom of heaven, but they cannot enter there. Almost but not wholly saved, means to be not almost but wholly lost. {COL 118.1}

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