1 But you, our God, are good and true, slow to anger, and governing all with mercy.
2 For even if we sin, we are yours, and know your might; but we will not sin, knowing that we belong to you.
3 For to know you well is complete justice, and to know your might is the root of immortality.
It seems to make a strong case for eternal security. Verse 2 sounds exactly like what a “once saved, always saved” advocate would say. Also, verse 3 seems to support the notion that if you know God, that’s all you need. Is this true?
I know it’s unlikely that someone supporting eternal security will use Wisdom as support, but I’d like to know how to correctly interpret this passage.