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Sundown November 27, 2017 at 6:37 pm

“The person that is worried about developing a reprobate mind is probably not at risk because they show enough reverence and fear before God than someone who has a reprobate mind wouldn’t even care about. However, the person who is sure they won’t ever develop a reprobate mind is the person that’s at the greatest risk.”
I have to respectfully disagree, unless the person sincerely doesn’t want to be in a position to APPEAR reprobate. I know a so-called-Christian who never once admitted they were wrong about a bloody thing because they think Grace means they’re never wrong and don’t sin; even tho they do. Therefore, he never worries about being a reprobate because he is under Grace and therefore believes he can’t ever be reprobate. He sees his human flaws as sins; and he sees sins as something God cannot see because he is under the blood. He perceives human imperfections as to outward appearances, and deliberate sins as something that Grace cover. So basically, anyone can behave however they want and if anyone reacts to it THOSE are the ones who are sinning. So if pride becomes before a fall, it’s the individual who has near lost all desire to deliberately sin but say maybe has a temper against mean, nasty, narcissistic individuals?

Winfred Wilkerson February 23, 2019 at 12:13 pm

Hey I am a Christian I was reading my bible I Roman’s I saw reprobate I did not know what it mean I Google it and it gave a definition very powerful its mean you will be reflective by God if we continue in sin dont repent I dont want to be in that way

TINA Rena' Brazil Jackson November 16, 2019 at 12:36 am

Hello! I told someone that he had a reprobated mind, because he said I was feeling a certain way about something and I told him no I’m not numerous time, but he kept saying I did…I kept saying no..and I told him he’s acting like somebody with a reprobated minded, keep telling me something that is not true..so he look the word up and got upset with me, because he said I was calling him wicked and rejected by God, but that’s not what I meant..

Allison August 24, 2020 at 1:20 am

I am married to a man with resonate mind. What do you do ? Give boundaries? Separate? I cant leave. It’s horrible!! I can’t even be a christian. I’m in total warfare. Help!!!

Jack Wellman August 24, 2020 at 6:13 am

Hello Allison. Your husband has a resonate mind? Do you mean, a reprobate mind? Please ask your church to pray for him as an unspoken needs as we need one another more and more as Jesus’ day is nearing (Heb 10:24-25). Prayers for you.





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