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What do we learn from Ruth?

c Principle of Sacrifice
á Apostles
Matthew á 
á Apostles

ërophies of Grace
á Apostles

rorfeiting Grace
Judas Iscariot
Outward Virtues of Judas

 ëalented and capable


Outward Virtues of Judas

 ëalented and capable


 Admired by others
Outward Virtues of Judas

 ëalented and capable


 Admired by others
 Gifted
Judas

ÄAnd he sought an opportunity to


betray him.µ

Mark ááá
Interpretations of Hebrews 6

ëhese verses describe


á. People who have lost their salvation
. Backslidden Christians
3. People who were never saved to
begin with
Hebrews 6

rive pictures that describe one who


has professed Jesus
only to fall away
You can be«

 ±nlightened without being lit


You can be«

 ±nlightened without being lit


 A taster without eating
You can be«

 ±nlightened without being lit


 A taster without eating
 A partaker without taking
You can be«

 ±nlightened without being lit


 A taster without eating
 A partaker without taking
 ±ngaged without committing
You can be«

 ±nlightened without being lit


 A taster without eating
 A partaker without taking
 ±ngaged without committing
 A spectator without participating
Principles of apostasy

ëhe test of salvation is not


merely a profession, but
perseverance
Principles of apostasy

Apostasy is damaging
Principles of apostasy

ëhe warning here


is a point of
no return
Point of No Return
ÄPeople are frequently immunized against a
disease by being inoculated with a mild
form of it«. And in the spiritual realm
experience suggests that it is possible to be
Äimmunizedµ against Christianity by being
inoculated with something which, for the
time being, looks so like the real thing that
it is generally mistaken for it.µ
r.r. Bruce
A New Beginning