Doctrinal Regeneration is just as dangerous and damning as Decisional Regeneration. Although John Wesley was Semi-Pelagian Arminian doctrinally. This movie reveals Wesley's struggle with the fruit by-produce of Arminianism and how a synergistic salvation will always produce the doubting of carnal works.
The ultimate proof to you of your salvation is in the continual witness of the Holy Spirit presence produced by the hearing of abiding in the doctrine of Christ 2 John 1-9-11. This testifies to us, our regeneration by the Holy Spirit and love for God's Word. Which in turn, God's Holy Word the Bible, witnesses back to us the truth concerning our new birth and life in the Holy Spirit witness. Without this continual witness of the Holy Spirit, mans fleshly wisdom and carnal mind is all that is known. Man's natural mind trying to interpret Scripture will inevitably bring the leaven and spread of man made doctrines and the honest doubting Wesley knew.
This movie's plot reveals that Wesley's mental assent to information about the Gospel, concerned Wesley's Father enough to confront His son about truly not being continually saved by the witness of God.
Arminianism and it's mantra prayers of "repeat after me" do not produce continual salvation abiding living faith, which is the proof and fruit of true abiding salvation. Flesh lead works that Arminianism facilitates produces doubts of the "operation of God" Colossians 2:12.
The abundant evidence of decisional prayer "decisions" that continue to abide, stay and remain in the practice of sin, is enough proof that salvation is, and belongs solely to the Lords prerogative work.
Jesus' salvation for the few that are chosen, among the many called (Matthew 22:14), is following and obey His abiding doctrine that bears the fruit of salvation and walks in His way. The Parable of the Sower Matthew 13:1-12, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:4-15, declares salivation's good ground that alone saves, producing the true regenerative fruit of possessing living salvation.
In June 1766 John Wesley said. "In one of my last [letters] I was saying that I do not feel the wrath of God abiding on me; nor can I believe it does. And yet (this is the mystery), I do not love God. I never did. Therefore I never believed, in the Christian sense of the word. Therefore I am only an honest heathen ...
This is a strange statement, completely not understandable to those who receive sovereign grace. His "strangely warmed" experience would not be enough to remove confusion facilitated by Arminian synergism.
This quote from Wesley's mystic context is discussed on the link below.
Watch this video and see the results of carnal mind doctrine traditions and their fruit.
"However, you are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God dwells in you But if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, he does not belong to Him. Romans 8:9
The Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God: Romans 8:16
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