Post #2 No Where
No where in Scripture is there 1 example of anyone asking Jesus into their heart for the purpose of gaining salvation.
Fact is the scripture so often misused from Romans 10:13 concerns the lifetime Christian walk of calling upon the Lord as a disciple of Jesus, not a salvation prayer.
Cultural Christianity has made the wide gate and road so easygoing that the church is filled with believers who are not disciples of Jesus. Such are mere travelers tagging along with Jesus. Whose belief is no better than demons according to James 2:19. In the end they will be rejected.
There is however one doctrine Jesus taught that is the full message of the Good News.
Anything taught that is not the full message, will leave one spiritually weak, immature and possibly delusional about their salvation.
Whatever is not of the full message sinfully throws open the church doors so that any false Christian can waltz in and cause great harm.
If the full message is not preached, and lived, the weak cannot be healed and the good sheep in Jesus are harassed and helpless.
Because Jesus Said “Sit Down”