Once Saved, Now Lost?: A Biblical Review of Unconditional, Eternal Security

Remnant Publishing House
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 God has given us great and precious promises so that we may know that we know Him, and know that He has granted His people eternal life. Yet there is a doctrine that has permeated Christianity called Once Saved Always Saved (OSAS), Eternal Unconditional Security, or Preservation of the Saints which asserts that once one has received the gift of eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ, such a gift is always assured. It can in no ways be lost. 

Is this true?  This book reviews in-depth what the Scriptures have to say in this area and what the truth is about our reconciliation with God through Jesus Christ.

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About the author

 Maisha Hunter is a wife and mother of three who writes regularly for The Latter Days Ministry. She also spent 10 years as co-owner of a Christian self-publishing company.

Raised as a devout Roman Catholic, Maisha committed herself to participating in the sacraments and being an active parishioner. Yet all of these religious works gave her no power to cease from sin and brought her no closer to truly knowing the Lord.

Tired of the hypocrisy and perversion in her own life and in the Catholic Church at large, she cried out in desperation to the Lord and said, “If this is the Church, then I am better off in the world. God, if you are real then I am asking you to reveal yourself to me. If you don’t, then I might just stop believing altogether.” Jesus answered her prayer.

The Lord led her to purchase a Bible as well as other resources, and the Holy Spirit began to open her eyes to His word as she began to study the Scriptures. Since that time, Jesus has taken her on a journey to learn the difference between bondage to religion versus liberty through relationship with Him. Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.

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