Between our current suffering and our future relief, we have a limited opportunity to lament, while God uses this time to produce something good.
While we lament that waiting itself has become our new hardship, we discover afresh the goodness of The Lord. (v.25-27)
While we lament, The Lord reassures us that our suffering will end. (v.28-33)
While we lament under God's design, we gain true contentment. (v.34-39)
What is unique about times of pain and suffering?
Why is there always a future aspect to hope? Romans 8:24
When is it harder to submit to God's will? 1 Peter 2:21-25
Whom does the Lord chastise and why? Hebrews 12:6
The Doctrines of Grace and the Gospel - Message 3 - Particular Redemption - John 10:15-16. In remembering the Protestant Reformation we examine the Five Solas, the Five Points, and examine how the doctrine of the definite atonement gives us confidence in our evangelism as we call the sheep to come to their Shepherd.
A look at "Christian Nationalism" and how it relates to biblical christianity and our roles as believers. How we are to interact with government, society, and authorities as biblical pilgrims on this earth? What does history teach us?
Pastor Ralph Arnold breaks down the dangers of Calvinism and the similarities it has to legalistic Judaism.
Acts 15, Romans 3
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To all those for whom Christ has obtained eternal redemption, He does certainly and effectually apply and communicate the same, making intercession for them; uniting them to Himself by His Spirit, revealing to them, in and by His Word, the mystery of salvation, persuading them to believe and obey, governing their hearts by His Word and Spirit, and overcoming all their enemies by His almighty power and wisdom, in such manner and ways as are most consonant to His wonderful and unsearchable dispensation; and all of free and absolute grace, without any condition foreseen in them to procure it.