Many pastors urge their flock to look to their own works for proof that they are saved. But that’s not what the Bible recommends. Assurance of salvation comes from believing in His promise, not looking to our works.
There is a big difference between salvation and rewards.
How should we understand the New Testament warnings about falling away? Does it refer to losing our eternal life, or being judged in the here and now?
How can you possibly know that Christians will spend eternity with God?
What is the Biblical evidence for the doctrine of eternal security, i.e. “Once Saved Always Saved”?
There is a difference between eternal life, and eternal rewards. What are the eternal rewards?
The Spirit of God, the inner witness, and how it affects assurance.
We are supposed to lay up treasure in heaven. Can we lose it?
Should our assurance of salvation depend on examining our works and spiritual life?