This week’s term marks one year of my series on theological terms. To read all of the to day, please go HERE. Thank you for reading and sharing!

This week’s term: Predestination – The eternal (pre-time) activities of God, designed to unfailingly bring the objects of His sovereign choice to the conformity to the image of Christ. It includes all things necessary to bring His saving purpose to complete fruition. Keep in mind that this English word is not used in scripture in relationship to damnation or eternal judgment. 

Last week’s term:  Reprobation – The state of man in his fallen condition and, in its final and ultimate stage, the effect of his being justly left by God to himself, and in that final condition, beyond design or possibility of help or salvation.


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