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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by Nicholas25, Dec 30, 2006.
Are these people saved?
Yes, those people are saved.
Rom 10:9 (KJV1611 Edition):
That if thou shalt confesse with thy mouth the Lord Iesus,
and shalt beleeue in thine heart, that God hath raised
him from the dead, thou shalt be saued.
Those I have known would make the people in most churches look dead. Go visit a Messianic congregationand you will have a pleasant surprise.
Many of them have paid quite a price to follow Christ.
Don't some of them believe in works?
The last time I looked, I was still saved.
I could ask the same question about any other "denomination" for lack of a better word.
A great Messianic Jew was the late Zola Levitt. Sadly his ministry has fallen on hard times after his passing. The gentleman they have put in Zola's place just simply can't measure up. Then again, who could?
Yes many of these people are truly Christians. However, like in all groups, there are unbelievers among them.
I don't mind being asked, No, I don't believe my salvation is based on my works.
Do you mind me asking which flavor (for lock of a better word) are you?
There are some who are basically Jews except they added that Jesus is the Messiah. By this I mean they observe all the sale customs and traditions of the Jews including the passover etc... (I participtated in one and found it very interesting and educational)
Then there are some who are more like Protestants.
Are you Jewish or a Gentile who has adopted Jewish practice?
Couldn't they believe in Jesus and still not ask him to be their saviour. I mean just because you believe Jesus is God's Son doesn't mean you are saved. Am I wrong in this case?