I remember the day when my firstborn – then aged four – made a profession of faith.
I also remember the day when she first expressed doubt about her salvation.
When her first fleeting remark became more persistent questions and worries about whether she was saved, we were able to tackle this issue together over a period of several weeks, through which the Lord revealed to her that she had not actually been saved before.
How thrilled my heart was when she made a more informed decision and began developing spiritual fruit soon thereafter!
The truth is, doubting our salvation isn’t just for kids, is it?
We adults can struggle with this, too.
But the thing is, I don’t think God wants us to.
If you find yourself in a season of doubting your salvation, I pray that you find assurance through the same process my daughter and I worked through together. I’m sharing it today at Satisfaction Through Christ.