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Christians Can Not ‘Walk Away” From The Lord

Let’s Talk About The idea That Christians Who “WALK AWAY” From The Lord Can Lose Salvation

First, no one under any circumstances who is saved can lose their salvation. That is a lie, and is a message presented only by deceivers.

It is not walking away from the Lord because you stopped going to church.

It is not walking away from the Lord because you have doubts.

It is not walking away from the Lord because you have not prayed for 12 months.

If you scroll from Genesis all the way through Revelation, here are words you will never find:


YES, That makes for a great scary Sunday morning sermon to cause you to doubt and freak out that maybe you really are not saved, but it lacks any biblical truth.

The closest we get to that is people who have heard the gospel, they tasted it, but they never actually received it. Meaning, it sounded really good, but they never truly believed it.

They fell away from Grace because they never accepted it.

And here’s the news flash. Even if believers should choose to avoid going to church, reading their Bible, lifting up their prayers to God, etc., it is impossible to walk away from the Lord.

The Spirit of Christ lives in you.

He SWORE He will never leave you.

So, if you’re going to avoid reading the Bible, going to church, praying, etc. you’re going to have to do it with Christ right there with you.

Christ will let you choose to make bad decisions, but He will not let you walk away. No matter where you go, He will be there with you, training you, discipling you, building you up. And if it takes him your entire life, he’s going to remain right there, and will always be fully invested in YOU.

Author: Mike Cynar

Mike Cynar was raised in a church setting where he frequently noticed that many attendees would eventually drift away. The church labeled these individuals as ‘back sliders’ or ‘fake Christians’ just looking for ‘fire insurance’. However, Mike realized the issue was rarely with these individuals but instead with the church’s message itself. The teachings heavily emphasized behavior improvement and one’s flaws, with only a fleeting mention of one’s identity in Christ. It felt as though every sermon was tailored to the church of Corinth, who as we know or committing sins that even unbelievers don’t partake in. This trend was noticeable not just in one denomination, but across Baptist, Catholic, Pentecostal, and many other churches. Upon understanding the true essence of the gospel – that our righteousness comes from Jesus’ actions, not our own – Mike was inspired to liberate believers from lifeless sermons and reconnect them with the genuine teachings of Jesus. He believes that one can nurture a vibrant and growing bond with Jesus, unhindered by rigid religious practices. And thus, “Jesus Without Religion” was born.

It turns out that it is grace that leads to repentance. And if our heart is to get others to walk in the Spirit and live a godly life, then the best approach is not a beat down sermon, but rather to remind other that it is only when we understand our true identity in Christ that we will live it out. Yes, it’s true, if you’re convinced that God thinks you’re a dirty sinner, you will ultimately continue a lifestyle that mirrors that view, but if you truly believe that even on your worst day, you are called holy, sanctified, justified, and will be presented blameless in the end, well, it turns out this is the secret to living out on the outside what has been worked in to the inside.


  • Kenneth Marklock Posted March 2, 2024 1:42 am

    Hey, then what you think about some Christians who deny Jesus a while after they get saved, or convert to another religion after being Christian?

    The common interpretation is that they never really received Jesus in the first place, but I do honestly find that a bit sweeping.

    I think it is possible to really love Jesus and accept Him and for whatever reason choose to reject Him or change religion many years later..

    I dont believe in losing salvation, but I honestly dont know what happens for Christians who genuinely believed in Jesus and genuinely choose to reject Him some time later.

    To be clear, I’m not talking about Christians who stop going church or praying, but those who intentionally heavily deny Jesus

    • Mike C Posted March 2, 2024 8:01 am

      I hear what you are saying, but it’s difficult for me to understand how on one hand we could say someone could reject Jesus later, and on the other hand say we don’t believe in losing salvation, especially since the only thing that leads to eternal punishment is one sin, and that is the son of unbelief.

      I personally hold the position that wants somebody is a Christian, they never stop believing. They may have doubts, but I think it’s impossible to be renewed in the image of Christ, and then suddenly stop believing.

      I want to pause for a minute and say I’m not saying that Christians are not capable of sin. We absolutely are, and some even more than others. But a complete denial of Christ does not seem possible.

      The Scriptures tell us that when we get saved we are a ‘new creation’ and the ‘old self is gone’. It says we have a ‘new heart’ with ‘new desires’. But even more importantly, we were told that the ‘Spirit comes and lives inside of us’. If the spirit of Christ lives in you, it seems highly unlikely that it could even be possible to suddenly stop believing, and reject Jesus.

      [John 10:28-29]

      and I give them ETERNAL life, and they will NEVER perish; and NO ONE will snatch them out of My hand. My Father, who has given them to Me, is greater than all; and no one is able to snatch them out of the Father’s hand.

      There’s three capitalized words tell me how secure we are….

      ETERNAL: this word means ‘without an end’. So, if your salvation does not have an end, it is not possible to one day reject Jesus, if we are truly saved.

      NEVER: if you will never die, then it seems to me you’re not going to a believer one day, and then change your mind, or go to a totally different religion, the next. Because that would definitely cause us to spiritually die if we could do that.

      NO ONE: there’s literally no one that can take us from God’s hand. Not even a teacher of another religion..

      When you got saved, God did all of the above things for you. For that reason we can trust this final verse.:

      For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work among you will complete it by the day of Christ Jesus – Philippians 1:6

      Hope that helps

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