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[this] is contrary to the notion that one must ask Jesus to enter into their life Lutherans would say that no one is capable of making a "decision for Jesus". Lutherans would further say that, outside the power of the Holy Spirit, no one even has the free will to resist sinning. Thus, Lutherans would object to the Anabaptist theology; asserting, ...


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I'll give a short Lutheran response. Theologically speaking, you were not saved when you asked Jesus into your heart. Rather, you were saved close to 2000 years ago outside a hill in Jerusalem. What happened in your life, as described in your above testimony, is that you had a renewal experience where the Holy Spirit brought you into a point of stirring up ...


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