As we encounter “professing Christians”, that are showing “signs” of unbelief; How can we determine “how much unbelief is acceptable”? What I mean is, at what point should our ministry to them, switch from dealing with a “backslidden or baby Christian”, to dealing with “an unbeliever"? Well, praise the Lord, He knew that we would be facing this question and “He gave us the answer”..... In John 5:46-47 V.46 For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me: for he wrote of me. V.47 But if ye believe not his writings, how shall ye believe my words? Here, Jesus says that “believing” what Moses wrote, is the same kind of faith, that enables a person to “believe” Jesus, when He tells us who He is! And that not being able to believe Moses, would also indicate that a person was not able to believe Jesus! ------------------------ In other words, the Lord clearly draws a line for us to use: A line that if it is crossed, identifies the way an individual is to be ministered to. For instance, if someone who says that they are saved, yet does not believe that “a worldwide flood, killed everyone that wasn’t in the Ark”; Or that “an example of every kind of animal was saved in the Ark”: This person isn’t truly saved. Or if this same person, does not have “the faith” to believe that Moses led the Children of Israel, across the “Red Sea” on "dry ground”: Than God has not given them “the faith” to trust Jesus for salvation.