Can somebody get saved who does not want to turn away from sins and who does not want to repent? John the baptist for example called the people to turn from their sins and to repent. I would say this is the first step to getting saved. If people do not want to turn from their sins then how can they become saved? What do you think? Somehow this is confusing. I mean when you look at Romans 10 then it only says you have to believe and confess, but somebody can also believe and confess and still not be willing to turn away from sin. Is turning away from sin necessary to get saved? And in order to get saved do you have to repent correctly? When we look at the woman in Luke 8, then we see that she cried and was totally thankful. Does this mean that if you didn't behave exactly like her and cried and were totally thankful that you are forgiven then you haven't repented properly and then you also could not get saved? But I cannot imagine that God is somebody who sends somebody to hell because he didn't understand something correctly. For example if a christian reads that faith without works is dead and then thinks that works are necessary to remain saved would God then send this person to hell because she didn't understand the bible correctly?