Security: The False and the True

The security of the Christian is complete and entire, wanting nothing. There are, however, some pervasive—and dangerous—notions as the nature of Christian security. A false security, reasons the author, is worse than none at all, for it can breed carelessness and unfounded confidence. In this classic study, W. T. Purkiser presents a well articulated discussion of the great biblical promises that will safeguard our souls and keep us from presumptuous sin. Purkiser's purpose is that we comprehend—and experience—the true security promised to all of Gods children.

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