I want to close with this little poem entitled “Jesus” written by Charlotte S.C. Panton.
Lonely? No, not lonely
With Jesus standing by;
His presence always cheers me,
I know that He is nigh.
Friendless? No, not friendless
Since Jesus is my friend;
I change, but he remaineth
True, faithful to the end.
Sadden’d? No, not sadden’d
By scenes of deepest woe;
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Contributed by Rick Crandall on Feb 19, 2013
I. Example: We are chosen for salvation. II. Explanation of predestination: Three things to keep in focus: 1. God’s perfect sight. 2. The power of God’s sovereignty. 3. The paradox of salvation. III. Example: We are chosen as God’s children.
Contributed by Scott Coltrain on Jul 24, 2015
A simple study that shows that people are free moral agents who choose their eternal destiny rather than the Calvinist Predestination that God has predetermined by decree from eternity past who specifically will be saved and who will be condemned