The Ordinary Means of Grace

from Jun 04, 2020 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

Here’s an excerpt from The Ordinary Means of Grace, Burk Parsons’ contribution to the June issue of Tabletalk:

I have never heard a Christian say he does not believe that God is sovereign. But I have heard many professing Christians define the sovereignty of God in a way that ultimately makes man sovereign over God. It is a view of sovereignty where man is big and God is small. People will say, “I know God is sovereign, but …” Truthfully, many professing Christians don’t actually believe that God is sovereign. And if we don’t believe that God is sovereign, we don’t actually believe that God is God. Yet, the problem goes much deeper than that.

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