Calvinism & Bible Theological Questions

The ‘always endure, always endure’ of Revelation

Duke Jeyaraj / #Bible1200Chapters#120Days#Sept1-31Dec#10ChaptersADayChallenge #Day3Devotion

Well, I do not believe in the ‘once saved, always saved’ teaching. I was reading Revelation 3 as part of the 10 chapters day Bible Reading challenge (day 3 – see my instagram at for more details). Revelation 3 and the book of Revelation teaches, ‘always endure, always endure’! Let me quote Jesus’s Words to three different local church believers in this chapter: “The one who conquers though faithfulness even unto death will be clothed in white garments and I will certainly not erase that person’s name from the book of life” (Rev. 3:5, The Voice). So, if a person does not endure, his name will be erased – erased from the book of life. Identical calls are made in Rev. 3:12 and Rev. 3:21. Do not believe in the ‘once saved, always saved’ teaching!

(Rev. Dr. Duke Jeyaraj is the founder of Grabbing the Google Generation from Gehenna Mission. Find out more at

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Rev. Dr. Duke Jeyaraj is a trained Agricultural Engineer [B. Tech from SHIATS, Allahabad, India], who did not pursue a career in the line of his education but nevertheless enjoys growing cacti in the balcony of his flat, during his spare time! He could have been a cricket commentator but prefers to wrap Bible Truth around cricket magic moments and other interesting-to-Google Genners contemporary events. God’s call upon him made him utterly restless and he obeyed that call to by founding the Grabbing the Google Generation from Gehenna Mission (G4 Mission) to finally find serenity after having served as a International Bank Customer Service Executive/Youth Pastor/Bible College Teacher/Missionary/Youth Mag Editor. G4 Mission is not a church but an inter-denominational ministry to present-day people, a ministry which Duke works full time for, as an itinerant presenter/preacher since 2008 putting to use the formal theological training he received from Southern Asia Bible College in Bangalore [M. Div & Doctor of Ministry]. Duke is called ‘dad’ by Dale (16) and Datasha (12) and ‘hubby’ by Evangelin and calls Hyderabad, India, his adopted home. Duke has preached by invitation beyond his national borders (we are talking about nations such as Bangladesh, Singapore, Germany, Nepal and the United Arab Emirates). In case your curiosity is triggered by hearing all this, you may checkout [if you are the reading plain text type], [if you are part of the audio-listening tribe] and [if you group yourself with the video-steaming generation]).

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