The Calvinist way of viewing salvation is sometimes accused of making people mere robots. When people hear about the doctrine of perseverance of the saints people think that once a saint is saved a saint is always saved so who cares how one lives. In fact, maybe the saints will not care at all about how they live because they are saved. Is this true? Is this really what the doctrine of perseverance really teaches? Please stay tuned to our sermon titled, "Perseverance of the Saints: Overcoming in Christ"