My opinion would probably irk both sides, but here goes...And vise versa.
Do you believe in OSAS? I forgot your position on that issue of faith. If you are, then you would be the first anti-KJVO that believes in OSAS that I have come across in this forum so far.
I believe God is omni-temporal; that is, all times are as one to Him. And thus, we who are truly saved are saved forever. We can wander and go astray, but the Good Shepard will bring us back.
However, from our perspective, humans can "come to Jesus" and later wander off. This, to us, looks like OSNAS.
As to the "security scriptures", they are for the weak in faith, reassuring them. The "insecurity scriptures" (so to speak) are there for the presumptuous.
As I said, this is my opinion, the way I've settled things in my head. You are welcome to agree, disagree, or ROFL. But I will NOT argue the matter. It's still a tender spot even after 45 years.