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No Confession, No Salvation?

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Romans 10:9,10 says that if we confess by our mouths that Jesus is Lord and that God raised Him from the dead, we are saved.This is true. But what if a man who's in a comatose state, not a Christian, does not have any prayer of acceptance in his life but have heard of it, be save? yes, he can be save if a child of God will intercede in behalf of him to God by praying for him. Even if he did not and he cannot utter a word of acceptnce and receiving Jesus Christ, he can be save and will be through your prayers because as a child of God, God will answer your prayer. The basis, Jeremiah 33:3, that when we call to him he will answer us and show us great and mighty things we do not know. That's why when we intercede for a person who's in a comatose state or brain dead, he will be save, in heaven because a child of God asks God the Father to receive him in heaven in accordance to his divine will.But if the person dies and did not pray for him, it's too late now.Prayer will have no effect anymore for it is written that man dies only once and after it judgment (Heb.9:27). If you have a son and brought to you his friend and your son asks a favor to you for his friend, won't you grant your son's request for his friend? You will but not because of his friend but because of your son. That's why even if you did not lead a person into actual confession because of special situations like that, on account of God's promise in Jer.33;3 and you the intercessor, his child, that man is saved in Jesus name.

God bless us. Peace is with us.
 
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Gentle, I will not do something for my child's friend if it against my rules. So why would God go against his own? The Bible says we must repent and confess. So you ask what about the person who is in a comatose state well who is to say that they dont have complete understanding to what is going on around them to confess. God Bless!
 
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Jesuslovesu said:
Gentle, I will not do something for my child's friend if it against my rules. So why would God go against his own? The Bible says we must repent and confess. So you ask what about the person who is in a comatose state well who is to say that they dont have complete understanding to what is going on around them to confess. God Bless!
Dear Jesuslovesu,

Gentle's message is in context with the scriptures, sister. What Gentle is sharing is prayerful and accountability speaking. When your child asks you to tend a favor for a friend, it must be Christ centered.

You are then accountable for your decision as a parent, trusting you sought God's leading and wisdom. This will deter you from making a decision that is against your rules, of course.

Should a person who is in a comatose state able to confess to Jesus Christ, then lets shout PRAISE HIS WONDERFUL NAME! Gentle uses comatose or brain dead only as an extreme example should a brother or sister not be conscious to commune and repent to Jesus Christ. God's mercy and grace is beyond our comprehension and will make a way to use others to intercede in prayer, and also the Holy spirit will intercede so His children in an extreme case can enjoy eternal life.

Gentle, Jesuslovesu, you both are a blessing at Talk Jesus and continue to be a light to others. Father, please keep our hearts open, especially mine, because learning in our walk with you is a life long process. All the glory and honor is yours, in Jesus name, amen.

Your servant in Christ Jesus.
 

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