Tag Archive: God’s Sovereignty

Dec 09

A. W. Pink – God’s Sovereignty and Human Responsibility

“Each of us will give an account of himself to God.” Romans 14:12 In our last chapter we considered at some length, the much debated and difficult question of the human will. We have shown that the will of the natural man is neither sovereign nor free—but, instead, a servant and slave. We have argued …

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Dec 09

John MacArthur – Twin Truths: God’s Sovereignty and Man’s Responsibility

This morning we’re going back to John chapter 3, so open your Bible, if you will, and come with me to the third chapter of John. We’re going to take a look, an initial look at this section, verses 11 to 21. And then I’m going to kind of digress a little bit because there’s …

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Dec 30

John Piper – Plunge Your Mind into the Ocean of God’s Sovereignty

Sometimes we need to plunge our minds into the ocean of God’s sovereignty. We need to feel the weight of it, like deep and heavy water pressing in against every pore, the deeper we go. A billion rivers of providence pour into this ocean. And God himself gathers up all his countless deeds — from …

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Apr 11

Michael Kelley – The “Right Time” God

God operates on a different time table than we do as humans. We know, this of course. Of course we do. We remember what Peter wrote during a day when people were arguing that because Jesus had not yet returned, that Christianity could not be believed: “Dear friends, don’t let this one thing escape you: …

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