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Faith - by Michael Phillips
Redemption Applied - Part 1 of 10
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Galatians 2:20
Jan 23, 2002 pm - Faith Tonight, with the Lord's blessing, we'll begin a new Puritan study. It's called The Application of Redemption. The author is man we've studied before, Thomas Watson. The book it's taken from is one of my favorites, his Body of Divinity, first published in 1692. Before we get to the book itself, let me spend just a few minutes explaining the title. The Bible teaches that our salvation is the work of the Triune God. Although Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, work together to save us, each Person plays His own part. Before the world was, the Father planned the salvation of sinners; at the cross, the Son accomplished our salvation; and now, the Holy Spirit applies the Father's plan and the Son's work to our souls. Christians do not appreciate the work of God's Spirit as much as we ought to. Pentecostals might-but most Calvinists do not! We are not saved in eternity when the Father chose us; we are not at the cross when the Son died for us. But we are saved only if and when the Holy Spirit breaks into our lives, applying God's grace. That's the topic for tonight, and the next few weeks, the Lord willing. Solid theologians differ somewhat on the order of the Spirit's work. . There is ... More >>>

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