Have you ever occurred to you that, you want someone to come to faith so badly, and they do seem to be responding, but then you are just not sure if they are “really saved”. This thought occurs especially more often, I guess, when that person is on his or her death bed.
He doesn’t really grasp the notion of trinity though.
She didn’t really pray that sinner’s prayer though (I am not a fan of this, but it seems like a good example.)
So is he/she in or out?
Our worry does little good, though. Here is the comforting truth: God will judge according to the light each one has been given.
Just continue to be a “dispenser” who lets Christ’s light shine through you; the rest, leave it to the Lord.
P.S. One night, I just suddenly broke down during prayers. There are several people who have been so exceptionally dear to my heart that I want them to come to Christ sooner. My prayers were more like groaning, since I had uttered all I could in words already.
In despair, the Lord spoke, do you really think I love them any less than you do? Do you think I don’t want them to come to Me?
The truth is: God loves these ones more than you love them. Much more.
The God that I trust and pray to, is the God whose love is beyond our comprehension. Like, actually, beyond our comprehension. As Ephesians 3 writes, the width, length, height, and depth of Christ’s love, surpasses all our knowledge.