Re: [Covenanted Reformation] RE: Sproul VS Covenant
Very beautiful and sobering about those that are in the visible
body but not in the invisible body.
Thank you for posting this!
--- In email@example.com, "Maggie Conley"
> "Perhaps I didn't read Sproul carefully, but what he was sayingseemed
> consistent with this."bit out
> For the record, the February 18th article quoted was taken a tad
> of context - or at least it seems to me it was.years now
> I have been a regular subscriber to Tabletalk for almost three
> and this past year on Hebrews has been wonderful.divine
> The summation of this day's devotional says this:
> "The Reformed tradition recognizes that the Bible teaches both
> sovereignty and human responsibility. God is in control of allthings.
> Human beings are responsible to keep the covenant. In the book ofnot
> Hebrews, God gives us real warnings so that human responsibility is
> invalidated, but rather sustained because the warnings motivate thepeople
> invisible Church to keep the faith.
> "It is a sobering thought that every local church probably has
> within it who profess Christ but in reality are from the kingdom.that
> Though we may not know who those people are, we must remain aware
> they exist. Pray that all the people in your church may not onlyGifts us.
> profess faith, but also possess it by God's Grace."
> Lest I type the ENTIRE article (and I can if necessary) the point of
> this article is that the Covenant is made by God, and broken by man.
> Men break it over and over, and only God remains true, and only God
> enables men to remain true, by His Grace in the Faith which He
> Maggie - who begins a new year of Tabletalk in James yesterday.