Last night a friend posted these questions on my wall and I thought I’ll share these with you. Think about them before you answer them.

Some Question to thing about:
1. The sincere Catholic who sorrowfully tries to pay for his sins by whipping himself while crawling for twenty miles, then having himself crucified at the end – does his sincerity save him?
 2. The sincere Buddhist who chants sutra verses of repentance or ksamayati because of what he has done in three karmas (body, speech and mind) – does his sincerity save him?
 3. T…he sincere Baptist who is really sorry for his sins, weeps laboriously, runs to the altar, falls prostrate and begs for God’s forgiveness (but not trusting in Christ) – does his sincere begging save him?
4. Before you were saved, was there at least one time you felt sad or sorry for your sins? How about Twice or ten times? did you get saved during those times?
 5. Before you were saved, was there at least one time you felt angry about your sins? how about twice or ten times? did you get saved during those times?
6. According to Romans 2:4, it it the goodness of God that leadeth thee to repentance?
7. Does the wickedness of his sin lead the lost man to repentance?
8. Is feeling sad, sorry or angry about sin a requirement for salvation or is it a product or fruit of salvation?
 9. Is Jesus Christ’s finished and perfect work for salvation sufficient for you? 10. Multiple choice: I believe that Jesus Christ’s finished and perfect work for salvation plus _________________ is sufficient for me.
 a. church membership,
 b. water baptism,
 c. good works,
d. feeling sorry for my sins,
e. being angry of sin,
 f. praying
g. nothing else.
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