Lecture 9: Ten Effects of Believing the Five Points of Calvinism
It's important to determine theological truths by basing your ideas on scriptural texts, not just logic. These scriptural truths can encourage us to live our lives in relationship to God, worship him, tell others about him and look forward to his kingdom being realized on earth.
Ten Effects of Believing in the Five Points of Calvinism
II. These truths make me stand in awe of God and lead me into God-centered worship
III. These truths help protect me from trifling with divine things
IV. These truths help me marvel at my own salvation and humbled for my sin
V. These truths make me alert to man-centered substitutes that pose as good news
VI. These truths make me groan over the indescribable disease of our secular, God belittling culture
VII. These truths make me confident that the work God planned and began, he will finish, both globally and personally
VIII. These truths make me see everything in the light of God's sovereign purposes
IX. These truths make me hopeful that God has the will, the right and the power to answer prayer that people be changed
X. These truths remind me that evangelism is absolutely essential for people to come to Christ and be saved, and that there is great hope for success in leading people to faith but that conversion is not finally dependent on me or the hardness of the unbeliever
XI. These truths make me sure that God will triumph in the end
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