Grace in Focus – May 1990
The Ultimate Thirst Quencher John 4:10
I remember once being so thirsty I literally thought I might die. A friend and I had rashly set out on a strenuous mountain climb with what turned out to be too little water. Neither of us were experienced climbers. We picked a hot day to climb. When we started it was in the nineties.
Letters to the Editor
Dear Servant of the Lord, Thank you for your generosity in sending me your publications. I praise God for your admirable (and thoroughly Biblical) stand as to what salvation is and is not. Throughout the entire world there is a tremendous need for teaching like yours. Keep going forward. CV Hiawassee, GA Thanks. I needed
“Abiding is Remaining in Fellowship: Another Look at John 15:1-6,” Joseph C. Dillow, Bibliotheca Sacra 147 (Jan-Mar 1990): 44-53. Joseph Dillow defends the view that John 15:1-6 is dealing with fellowship, not eternal salvation. He cites three lines of support for his view. 1) “Every branch in Me” most naturally refers to genuine believers. 2)