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The Dangers, Results, and History of Decisional Regeneration

The early years of my Christian walk were blighted by several unanswered questions and countless doctrinal errors. After coming a cross the Doctrines of Grace I was encouraged to know that my salvation had nothing to do with me. God alone chose to save me not because I was good enough. Not because I was more deserving than the next person. God was gracious to me and brought me to repentance and faith in Jesus Christ. Watch this clip and leave a comment:


So, what do you think?

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4 responses to “The Dangers, Results, and History of Decisional Regeneration

  1. jerry dodson October 9, 2010 at 03:32

    a terrific video! i plan to show it to my wednesday night bible study. thanks for posting it.
    blessings,
    jerry dodson
    pastor, new philadelphia presbyterian church, quincy, fl.

    • Michael Acidri October 9, 2010 at 12:41

      My warmest regards to the New Philadelphia Presbyterian congregation. Blessings.

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  3. Scripture Zealot May 3, 2011 at 22:09

    “The early years of my Christian walk were blighted by several unanswered questions and countless doctrinal errors.”

    If you see my About page, this is what I’m trying to work through. A never ending process. Thanks for the post. I need to be able to better explain this particular subject. The Christians I’m around are steeped in it. Hard this is to tell them about it without acting like a know it all or offending them (too much).
    Jeff

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