55+ Bible Verses About Apostasy

Apostasy is the rejection or dismissal of any religion or beliefs by any person. In Christianity, apostasy is the decline of faith in Christ by one who claims himself to be a Christian. Anyone who turns their hand to “apostasy,” is known as an apostate.

Though a biblical theory, apostasy holds high importance to date as it did in the past. Here are a few references from the Bible verses to help one understand the concept of apostasy better.

Here Are Bible Verses About Apostasy

Thessalonians 2:3 – You should not let yourself be fooled by any person in any way, for it is unlikely for the miscreant to be disclosed and punished for his sins anytime soon until the rebellion takes place.

Daniel 9:27 – He will make a contract with a lot of people for a “seven,” and in the middle of that “seven,” sacrifice and offering will be eradicated.

Timothy 4:1 – The Spirit explicitly reveals that in the near future, there will be people who renounce God and stop putting their faith in him. Instead, they will confide in evil spirits and follow the teachings of demons.

Hebrews 3:12 – No people should carry a corrupt, agnostic heart that can repel the living God at any point in time. 

Corinthians 6:9 – Had it been in your knowledge that those who are committing sin, the Almighty will not bequeath his kingdom to them? Do not fall prey to deceit. Neither will promiscuous beings nor adulterers nor idolaters or men who copulate with other men be able to inherit the kingdom of God. 

Luke 8:13 – Those are the ones more likely to face hardships who hear everything with joy, having no urge to raise questions. They are baseless.

Hebrews 6:4-6 – People who have been once illuminated with knowledge, who have witnessed the divine gift, who have had a taste of the Holy Spirit, who have invested their faith in the words of God, who have trusted the powers of the coming age, and also those who have fallen apart with Him, can eventually gain reconciliation after deep repentance.

Luke 8:13 – These fickle-minded people have faith in things for a short span of time, and when the time arrives for examination of their faithfulness, they begin to fade away. 

Peter 2:20-22 – The people who broke free from the dishonesty and sins of the world through the Saviour, Lord Jesus Christ, and yet find themselves overwhelmingly trapped in it again; they are in a more pathetic condition than they were before.

Hebrews 10:26-29 – If we consciously commit the sins even after we have been enlightened with the truth, there is no sacrifice that can save us anymore. All that is left is the endurance of shame and judgment and of the incensed fire that consumes devils.

Daniel 9:27 – At the temple, such a disgrace and antipathy will be created that arouses melancholy until the entire blame of the outcome lands on his shoulders.

Hebrews 10:26-29 – All those who refused to follow the laws of Moses died a relentless death in the presence of only two or three witnesses. After all, how much more agonizing can someone’s damnation be, someone who walked over the Son of God, who regarded the blood of God’s covenant that blessed them as something unworthy and unholy, and who brought shame on the Spirit of grace.

Timothy 4:3-4 – There will be a time when people would no longer follow the reasonable dogmas and doctrines; instead, they will surround themselves with preachers who preach what their ears crave to hear in order to quench their own selfish thirsts. They will be deaf to the truth and discard myths.

John 15:6 – If you refuse to stay in me, you are like a tree branch that is discarded from the tree and eventually decay; such branches are picked up and hurled into the fire. Ashes are what’s left of them.

Timothy 4:1-2 – It has been clearly mentioned by the Spirit that in the future, there will be a time when some will turn their back on faith and run after the evil spirits and deceitful things demons teach. Such things are taught by pretentious liars whose virtues seem to have been charred with a hot iron.

Peter 2:1 – There are several fake teachers among you. In a similar way, there are many fake prophets all around. How cunningly they will ventilate marrying skepticism and commit blasphemy, to such an extent where they even dismiss the Almighty and call sweet havoc on themselves. 

Matthew 24:12 – Due to the multiplying viciousness all around, the pure love of many will be smothered and gradually wither.

Matthew 24:10 – At the time when everyone starts to lose hope in faith and choose the road to dishonesty, men will be backstabbed more frequently by their fellow men. 

Peter 3:17 – Dear friends, since you have been alerted in advance, therefore look out for yourself and do not fall prey to unruly errors. Do not let go of your secured position.

John 6:66 – And from that time onwards, several disciples of Jesus turned their back on him and never returned to the path of light again.

Peter 2:17 – These people are like dried-up riverbeds and storm-fetched mists. They deserve nothing but complete darkness. 

Corinthians 10:12 – And if you believe that the ground below you is solid, let not anyone take that away from you. Stand strong and be cautious that you do not tumble.

Timothy 4:1-3 – Evil spirits spread nothing but hatred. They prohibit marriages among people and curtail consumption of certain foods, which was initially created by the Almighty to be received with gratitude by the ones who put their faith in him and are aware of the truth.

Matthew 24:9-10 – And when you will be sent for persecution and put to death, a hatred for you will be aroused in all the nations because of me. At such time, many will lose faith, turn their back on honesty and start betraying and hating one another.

Mathew 26:14-26 – The one called Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve, walked up to the chief priest and asked him what they were willing to offer Judas if he handed Lord Jesus over to them. They offered him thirty pieces of silver if he stayed true to his words, and so Judas began looking for opportunities to turn in the Son of God. 

Timothy 1:19-20 – Those that cling on to faith and good morals are saved. Those that have rejected faith have accordingly endured destruction with respect to faith. Hymenaeus and Alexander, among them, have been turned in to Satan to forbid them from committing blasphemy.  

John 2:19 – They abandoned us but were they ever really owned by us? Don’t you think if they had truly belonged to us, they would have stayed with us? But their departure is proof enough for us to believe that none of them were ever a part of us. 

Jeremiah 17:5-6 – And the Lord said that the people who choose to trust in other people are damned, who seem to derive power from mere humans and have a heart that rejects the Almighty. Such a person is like a thicket in a wild, unused land that fails to notice the bed of roses that comes its way. They seem to reside in arid places like deserts, in salt lands where no soul is found.

Ezekiel 3:20 – Every time a moral person quits their morality and leans towards malice, ends up doing something that an evil person by nature does, the Almighty places a block before them, on which they trip and die. Since they were not alerted by you, they will have to die for their sins. The good deeds that they did will not be counted, and you will be blamed for their demise. 

Corinthians 9:27 – As I preach to other people, I shall fight with my body, against my body if necessary, in order to bring it completely under the command of my mind, so that I too practice what I preach, so that I too can count myself in the game and be eligible to have a chance at winning the prize.

Acts 21:21 – The word has spread, and it has reached their ears that you instruct all the Jews are living among the Gentiles to reject Moses and his teachings, forbidding them from circumcising their children or abiding by the decree of our customs. 

Galatians 5:4 – Look at you, trying to be rationalized in the eyes of the law, but getting estranged from the Son of God, Christ, in the process; you have been declined from grace.

Matthews 13:41 – The Son of Man will call upon angels so that these angels can get the kingdom rid of anything and everything that disrupts peace, spreads evil, and commits sin.

John 1:14 – The Word turned into a man of blood and flesh and started living amongst common people. His glory radiated throughout the nation, the glory of God’s only son, who descended from the Father, gracious and truthful as he was. 

Hebrews 6:4-6 – It is their loss that unknowingly they are putting the Son of God on a cross once again, disposing him to universal shame.

Peter 2:20-22 – They had better not taste the light of the Lord and his righteousness if they had to relapse into their sins and fail the sacred commands they were given.

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