The term born again is often used in the professing Christian community. It’s often used in reference to or when describing a Christian conversion.Many self professing Christians believe they are born again because of the doctrine they’ve been taught. Today’s most prevalent false doctrine teaches that once a person verbally accepts Jesus Christ as their savior they’re Immediately born again. But is this true? And how does the bible define being born again?
The bible actually provides some select verses that clearly define what born again means, how it happens and what it involves. According to the bible it does not take place at the time a person verbally accepts Jesus Christ as their savior. There is actually nothing in the bible that suggest that.
But it happens only in the first resurrection of those who are in Christ.Or those who are repentant and bear fruit until the end. The bible also describes it as a complete change from flesh to spirit. From weak to powerful. From mortal to immortal. Let’s examine God’s word to get a clearer understanding of what the term born again means. And what the true born again process entails. This is a relatively short audio and was recorded Tuesday July 7, 2015. Lets begin by going to John 3:1-8.
I mention in this audio that the Born Again Process only happens in the first and second resurrection. But what I was trying to say is there are two stages of the first resurrection. The resurrection of the dead in Christ first and then the catching up in clouds of those who are alive in Christ second. Sorry if I confused anyone. I tried to clarify it later in the audio.