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"In our own day certain preachers assure us that a man must be regenerated before we may bid him believe in Jesus Christ; some degree of a work of grace in the heart being, in their judgment, the only warrant to believe. This also is false. It takes away a gospel for sinners and offers us a gospel for saints. It is anything but a ministry of free grace. If I am to preach the faith in Christ to a man who is regenerated, then the man, being regenerated, is saved already, and it is an unnecessary and ridiculous thing for me to preach Christ to him, and bid him to believe in order to be saved when he is saved already, being regenerate. Am I only to preach faith to those who have it? Absurd, indeed! Is not this waiting till the man is cured and then bringing him the medicine? This is preaching Christ to the righteous and not to sinners."
Monthly Archives: May 2017
It’s true that believers are predestined. That’s biblical. Believers are predestined, but predestined to what exactly? Predestined to believe? No, the Bible never says that. The Bible describes predestination in different ways. Here are a few examples: (Ephesians 1:3-5) Blessed [be] … Continue reading