God Will Present You Faultless With No Conditions?

There is a passage of Scripture that is commonly twisted from its context. Jude 24 says,

“Now unto him that is ABLE to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory…”

IMG_0158Once Saved, Always Saved advocates always talk about how all the saints sin everyday in thought, word, and deed.  They are considered no different than the average unsaved sinner.

It is interesting they would have us believe that God will “infallibly” present them “faultless” while they deny  God can keep them from “falling” now!

Note it says God is “ABLE.” Where does it say God will infallibly do this? The context is that God is ABLE but on the condition of our willingness to continue in Him. Verse 21 says,

Keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.”

The condition is that we keep ourselves in the love of God,” thus He is ABLE to “keep us from falling” and is ABLE to present us “faultless” in the presence of His glory.

Why is it God is unable to keep them from falling in their daily walk now, but yet they trust He will present them faultless in the future?  If God fails now, how can you trust Him to keep you later?   How can you be sure since you fail everyday?

It is twisting Scripture to change the statement that God is “ABLE,” based upon conditions, to “God WILL unconditionally present us faultless.”

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