"Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord, will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father who is in heaven will enter." Matthew 7:21
False Conversion? This is not a term that you would hear in the contemporary church in the 21st century, however it is exactly what is going on in most "evangelical" churches today. This is an issue that is polluting the very heart of the American church. First, let's define false conversion. The idea that a person is saved simply because they have been led into the "sinner's prayer" or that they have been baptized or even affirmed by someone, does not mean that they are in fact saved. More common terms that people use to declare their salvation are as follows," I've accepted Jesus into my heart", "I walked the aisle", "I grew up in church", and the all famous classic…."I'm a good person, so I know that I'm going to heaven."
There is not a one of these terms that can be found anywhere in Scripture, but this gives you a good idea of how the majority of "Christians" talk and the lingo that is used to define their spirituality. This is where the danger of false conversion comes into play. Many church-going people are duped into this belief that they are saved, when in essence so many have been falsely confirmed into this thought.
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