I have great respect for Rev. Maurice Roberts. His "Thought of God" has meant A LOT to me over the years. A thread from last year got me to listen to this lecture by Roberts on Gurnall's Christian in Complete Armour. At the end of the lecture, he said something to the effect that you cannot be completely sure about your salvation and that salvation depends on being saved through faith in Jesus Christ and working out the Christian life by doing good works (something to that effect). The content of what he said as well as the manner in which he said it prompted someone in the audience to ask him about this. He continued to answer the question, reaffirming that salvation is by faith in the finished work of Christ alone and that you can add nothing else, etc. Please give me your opinion as to this.