I remember one time I dealt with a lady a few years ago. I was trying to help her because the Lord had shared with me that even though she believed she was saved, He shared with me that she was, in fact, not saved. I did not know how to approach her, at first, in that it is very difficult to go to someone and ask them to question their salvation.
When most people are challenged or asked ‘Are you really saved?’ They answer emphatically “YES!”
It is viewed almost as a slap in the face that you would even THINK to ask such a question!
That was the response of this lady. She became VERY offended at my question, at the very notion that I would even imply that she may not be saved.
So after a few interchanges with her, she stopped talking to me.
When I watched this video of Pamela explaining examining our salvation, I was reminded of the stiff-neckedness of this lady. Unfortunately, many people are like that lady.
Many get offended if someone was to question their salvation. I say, ‘If there is a doubt in your mind-or if you’re dealing with some oppression or even possession of any kind-then it then becomes necessary to EXAMINE YOUR SALVATION.
If you need help in sorting out the details of your salvation experience, if you have ANY doubt in your mind or spirit that you are saved, or if you’re dealing with demonic oppression or torment since attending your church or repeating the sinner’s prayer, please call (518) 477–5759 TODAY!