Two More Emails Sent To "David Servant"

Dan Corner

David Servant:

Greetings in Jesus’ name.

...It is nothing personal, but your message is demonic and makes us want to “vomit” at times when we think about it.

My counsel to you is: Plead with God for mercy, then collect all copies of your book, The Great Gospel Deception and video tape yourself burning them while you verbally renounce what you taught there. Place it on the internet and send the DVD out to all you know. Contact as many pastors, etc. that you have taught or given your book to and tell them you were wrong and that it is a deadly teaching. Go public as much as possible with your change and then live holy. The USA is in deep trouble. The “party” is over. Very hard days are ahead. There is never a time to play games with God, especially now. This is very serious. Please ponder 1 Tim. 4:16 and James 3:1.

Fearfully Following Jesus,

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David Servant: Greetings in Jesus’ name. Please do NOT discredit us by misrepresenting our holiness-endurance teachings. Some dishonest people try to do that through suggesting that our message is utter foolishness by saying we teach any sin will cause loss of salvation. (As Paul's teaching was slandered [Rom. 3:8], so has ours been.) We do NOT teach every time a person sins he will always lose his salvation. NOTE: All sins are not the same in their effect on our souls. Some sins are greater than others (Jn. 19:11). One type is eternal (Mk. 3:29), while others are not. Another type of sin is uniquely against our bodies, while other sins are outside our bodies (1 Cor. 6:18). 1 Jn. 5:16 declares there is a sin that does not lead to death while there is a sin that leads to death. Sins such as worry (Phil. 4:6), unthankfulness (Col. 2:7, 3:15; Lk. 17:11-18) and not being completely humble and gentle (Eph. 4:2) are not included in any of the lists of sins that will send people to the lake of fire, even if they were once saved. However, other sins certainly will send any person to hell if they die unrepentant, even a person who was once saved. (See 1 Cor. 6:9,10; Rev. 21:8; Gal. 5:19-21; Eph. 5:5,6; Jude 7; Rev. 22:15; etc.).

Again, sins like worry, not being completely humble or gentle, not always overflowing with thanksgiving to God, etc. are not in any Biblical list saying such will go to the lake of fire or such a person will not inherit the kingdom as are sexual immorality, idolatry, murder, theft, swindling, slander, etc. There are other sins, however, which will cause loss of salvation over one sin and are not listed with those sins. For example, disowning Jesus (Mt. 10:33; 2 Tim. 2:12). Other sins such as not bearing good fruit or remaining lukewarm will also cause loss of salvation unless one changes, but not immediately. To teach one must “practice” sin is dangerous at any time, especially before the mark of the beast is issued. Receiving that mark (just one time), negates one’s salvation. Taking words away from the Book of Revelation just ONE time will also cause loss of salvation (Rev. 22:19).

A further explanation of these things is found in our book, The Believer's Conditional Security, which we know you had at one point. The Bible does teach one sin of certain types causes loss of salvation.

...Material on the same is readily available to you, but you remain unmoved thinking even King David, while in adultery and murder, remained saved. Your message is especially a dangerous snare to those who reject eternal security because you will have them thinking “occasional” acts of such sins as listed in Rev. 21:8; Eph. 5:5-7; 1 Cor. 6:9,10, etc. will not cause spiritual death. From Genesis 2 through Revelation 22, we are told ONE sin (of certain types) will cause loss of salvation. Please do NOT dismiss such as foolishness or error. It is fact. Our apostate day filled with people who profess salvation and believe in a counterfeit grace (even as you teach) would find these facts strange unless they look into these things for themselves. Your teaching will almost entirely remove any concern about sinning to be extinguished from a Christian's life. That will set a Christian up for a lethal fall and is clearly demonic. Hopefully this clarification will suffice since apparently the others have not.

GOD BLESS YOU.

Dan


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