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By the way of the 10 major Bible doctrines covered in SOME
SOUNDS, both inspirational and by Bible teaching {teaching is a
Bible word almost synonymous with doctrine}, two of those are
on last things, one on the Falling Away.  

If you take Scripture seriously, and especially the words of II
Timothy 4:5 that "The time will come when they {church
members} will not endure sound doctrine", you do not want to be
part of the world-wide and inevitable unsound doctrine movement.

Please know and learn Sound Doctrine, alias sound faith and
sound teachings of the Bible.

Just in case the person who sent in the Bible search question, "where are signs actually mentioned in the Bible on
such a thing as the Falling Away
", was sincere, then read the many signs of the
Falling Away in this book of
THE FALLING AWAY, Item # 2, or the "Falling Away" in SOME

Or read the Bible:

1.  In Matthew 24 and Mark 13, Jesus told of the sign before the
Second Coming when "because sin will abound the love of many
will wax cold".  What do you think that is except the Falling Away,
and who do you think has love that is waxing cold except
Christians and church member.

2.  My, I can not believe these fundamentalists of the SBC and
other denominations, who think Christians will not be in the Falling
Away of the Final Tribulation.  Let me ask you what is "falling
away" as mentioned in II Thessalonians, except a Falling Away of
Christians, which naturally implies that Christians still have to be
on earth before the Second Coming in order to fall away.

3.  What do you think II Timothy 4:3,4 is all about except the signs
of the Falling Away:  (1) intolerance toward sound doctrine; (2)
members purpose driven more by their own wants and desires
than by Christ, Bible, and the Holy Spirit; (3) the tremendous
heaping up in churches, pulpits, and seminaries--which by the way
you see happening right now--of teachers and preachers with
itching ears; (4) the widespread signs in churches and out of
churches of the turning away from truth itself; and (5) the many
fables we see every day and newer ones each week from false
prophets and teachers.

4.  The subject of Hebrews, second only to the priesthood of
Christ, is the Falling Away.  "Breware brethren, lest there be in
any of you an evil heart of unbelief in departing from the living
God."  Falling away is not a departure from church attendance
even as salvation does not come from church attendance as
church leaders would like to have you believe, like insurance
salesman who have their insurance mad mandatory by law, what
such a false concept does is promote their own job security and
insure attendance when there is little or nothing there to offer.  
The first falling away, mentioned often in Hebrews, was on the
part of God's originally called people {there is a difference
between called and chosen}, after they wandered in unbelief for
40 years in the wilderness; and the second is like it, according to
Hebrews and the Bible, it is a Falling Away after over 40 years of
God's people of the churches, which happens the last period of
history before the Second Coming.