Healthy Means Hungry (& Fruitful) (Hebrews 5:11-6:12)

Dave D'Amour, July 2, 2017
Part of the Hebrews - Jesus is Better series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

What are we to people of someone so acquainted with Jesus & the gospel, professing faith in Christ, “active” in the church, even ministry . . . but falling away from the faith?

Can a genuine Christian lose their salvation?
And how do we grow into maturity to run the race strong to the finish?

These are the questions the writer of Hebrews addresses in 5:11 - 6:12. He says apathy leads to apostasy. Instead, we must be spiritually healthy – hungry for the solid food of God's word and bearing fruit for "full assurance."

Tags: , apostasy, Arminian, backsliding, Calvin, Charles Templeton

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