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Progressive Sanctificationists promote spiritual adultery

“Or do you not know, brothers—for I am speaking to those who know the law—that the law is binding on a person only as long as he lives? 2,119 more words

Not Being, But Becoming

“This life is not godliness, but growth in godliness; not health, but healing; not being, but becoming; not rest, but exercise. We are not now what we shall be, but we are on the way; the process is not yet finished, but it has begun; this is not the goal, but it is road; at present all does not gleam and glitter, but everything is being purified.” -Martin Luther, A Defense and Explanation of All Articles… 9 more words

Our Spiritual GPS

“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.” 2 Timothy 3:16

I recently spent some time in Wisconsin taking one of my daughters back to school, and I got to sit in on my son’s teaching (*Bragging Mom Alert!!*). 611 more words

Progressive Sanctification

The Holy Spirit’s sanctifying work doesn’t lead us to perfection, but toward perfection. – Michael J. Svigel

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(EXPERIENCE) A PRISONER OF HOPE COMMENTS ON PROGRESSIVE SANCTlFICATION AND CONDITIONALISM

(EXPERIENCE) A PRISONER OF HOPE COMMENTS ON PROGRESSIVE SANCTlFICATION AND CONDITIONALISM

Wayne Gregory

I have had the blessed privilege to journey now among the people called Baptist for the past five decades and am made to believe that, notwithstanding (at times) their many militant trials and tribulations in the world here, they are among God’s blessed people, better known and called by the great Master, “Ye are the salt of the earth” (Matt. 1,863 more words

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Growing in Godliness

  I.      Introduction

We’re starting a new book today that looks a lot like the last book we were studying.  We will study just the first few verses of 2nd Peter. 4,032 more words

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Astigmatism and Progressive Sanctification

When you invite God to work on your character, he obliges. Perhaps you prefer the metaphor of a refining fire or horticultural pruning (sometimes it feels more like an ice sculpture being carved with a chainsaw). 651 more words

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