September 4, 2015
A faker is defined as someone who presents a false or misleading representation of themselves or someone who is not authentic or genuine, a sham.
Many church members today are fakers. And the person they fake out the most is themselves. They believe they are saved because they prayed a prayer, or walked an aisle, or raised a hand, or were baptised, or whatever— yet true salvation never took place. They became part of the great throng of baptised, unsaved, church members.
How? How can that be? Because they skipped a key step in salvation. They went from God's effectual call straight to conversion without the sovereign act of regeneration taking place.
And that makes them a faker. And being a faker is a terrible place to be.
Want to know more about being a fake Christian and how to find true, authentic, genuine faith? Then keep listening.
The following is a study on Saving Faith.