Episode 55

The Sovereignty of Pre-Destination

The latest chapter of your favorite Podcast brought the conversation to Pre-destination, more particularly “The Sovereignty of Pre-Destination”. The discussion topics and questions, as detailed below, allowed our global audience a look at Gods heart, through Holy Spirit, concerning his elect. Our God extends Grace to all who call on the name of the Lord (Romans 10:13). The very next verse, 14, enlightens you as to why this occurs. The one calling on the Lord must be called to His Son by His Spirit. You will not call on the name of the Lord by your own determination. It must be by the Spirit of God. The latter part of 1st Corinthians 12:3 says that no one can say, “Jesus is Lord,” except by the Holy Spirit.

So, our witness to men for Christ is a pre-determined process in the sense that Holy Spirit knows who is pre-destined for salvation. We do not have this foreknowledge, and do not save anyone. Our human capacity dictates the need to be saved, not the role of being the Savior of the World. We must yield to His sovereignty and allow ourselves to be used by Holy Spirit to draw His pre-determined elect to Christ. Gods’ foreknowledge differs from His pre-determining what has occurred and what will occur in this natural world. These glimpses of His sovereignty doesn’t dissuade human responsibility. Even though our God knows what you will do before you do, you still have to make a choice to make. Joshua 24:15 says…..choose you this day whom you will serve.

When we are called by the Spirit of God to salvation, we have an eternal choice to make. If we reject Christ, we will not be saved from the wrath to come. This isn’t by God pre- determining who will go to hell, this is due to your hubris decision of refusing the beckoning of the Spirit. Our God pre-determined before the foundations of the world the path to salvation and thus eternal life, His Son Jesus Christ. If the Spirit is calling you then you have been purposed for Salvation and that gift from Him is irrevocable. Receive Jesus Christ today!

Take a listen to Episode 55, TSV Friends, and allow Holy Spirit to illuminate your mind concerning “The Sovereignty of Pre-Destination”

Conversation Highlights

The hosts of your favorite podcasts asked and answered:

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  • Using Romans 8:28-30, and any other verses of scripture as directed by Holy Spirit, discuss the sovereignty of predestination as it relates to our salvation, our calling, our justification, and our glorification.14:05
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  • What is the purpose of God predestining his elect?30:06
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  • Does our Sovereign God predestine people to Hell?39:08

Synopsis

In most respects, how God determines and then accomplishes what He purposes concerning His elect is a mystery to us. Our humanity doesn’t grant us entrance into the inner workings and thoughts of our Sovereign God. He does, however, in His grace give us glimpses into what He does and how He does it for those who are His. To view these openings, one must be a believer in His Son Jesus Christ. One must have fidelity to His written Word.

Once those initial pre-requisites are fulfilled the Spirit of God, the Spirit of Wisdom, can now instruct you in the ways of Righteousness. That instruction will position you to grasp your purpose, as pre-determined by our Sovereign God.

Our God determines all things after the counsel of his Will, which includes bringing unity to all things in heaven and on earth under the rulership of Jesus Christ. This has been pre-determined. That is where we are headed, and if you are one of the elect as pre-determined by our God, you are guaranteed your inheritance as the redeemed possession of Almighty God; eternal life with him. Receive the salvation call today as one of the elect of God.

According to the foreknowledge of God the Father, in the sanctification of the Spirit, for obedience to Jesus Christ and for sprinkling with his blood: May grace and peace be multiplied to you.

1 Peter 1:2 ESV

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