Why does my brother in law tell us that we have to accept Jesus every time he talks to me, my children or his brother? He has known me for 36 years. He knows that I am saved, that I brought the children up to believe, and that they also accepted Jesus as their savior. When he talks to my children (35, 34 and 32) he makes them accept Jesus every time.
He has not done this to me in the 36 years that I have been married to his brother. But his brother my husband passed away in October. I continually have a relationship with Jesus and pray every day that if he would talk to me or ask me, I would tell him even though he should already know. This Christmas he sent me a letter and pamphlets to accept Jesus as my savior. I was talking to my children as I couldn't believe that after 36 years, and being included in all the children's accepting Jesus in the church, he would say that.
My children think that because he is an evangelist he believes that you have to be saved every day. That when he talks to them he makes them recite that they are asking Jesus to come into their life. They said he has always done this ever since they could remember. I know we are sinners and Jesus knows too. I confess and ask for forgiveness in my own relationship with Jesus.
Are evangelicals supposed to be saved every day or more than 1 time a day?