Sovereignty is Sanity Sermon

God’s Sovereignty is Your Sanity

From a sermon on SermonAudio.com – Jack Lannom

Purpose: to learn the meaning of the Sovereignty of God to understand the doctrine and for Christians is the only source for sanity.

Daniel 2:21 No Sanity in secondary causes

Job: 1:17-21  1st cause: God – Only sanity is in 1st cause 2nd cause: Chaledans

Job 1:1-12; Job 2:10; Job 42:11

“Bondage of the Will” by Martin Luther written in 1525.
Rev: 4:11; Isa 46:9-11; Romans 11:36
Does the plan have a cause outside of God? Or is the plan an eternal plan? A necessary plan?

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The Skeleton and the Bones – Systematic Theology

The Skeleton and the Bones:

The Parts Must Relate to the Whole

Dr. John Robbins teaches that the various parts of a system are explained by the whole. For example, some of the incredibly tiny and exquisitely shaped bones of our inner ear would be very difficult to understand if we were to examine them one at a time, individually. We might well not be able to comprehend what their function is. But their utility immediately becomes apparent when we see how they fit into the structure — the system — of the ear. To expand this analogy only slightly, most of us would be unable to identify a great many of the 206 bones that make up our skeletal system that if we were to view them individually. It is only when we see how they fit into the overall skeletal system that we come to a complete understanding of their contribution to the body.

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The Skeleton and the Bones – Systematic Theology

The Skeleton and the Bones:

The Parts Must Relate to the Whole

Dr. John Robbins teaches that the various parts of a system are explained by the whole. For example, some of the incredibly tiny and exquisitely shaped bones of our inner ear would be very difficult to understand if we were to examine them one at a time, individually. We might well not be able to comprehend what their function is. But their utility immediately becomes apparent when we see how they fit into the structure — the system — of the ear. To expand this analogy only slightly, most of us would be unable to identify a great many of the 206 bones that make up our skeletal system that if we were to view them individually. It is only when we see how they fit into the overall skeletal system that we come to a complete understanding of their contribution to the body.

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The Skeleton and the Bones – Systematic Theology

The Skeleton and the Bones:

The Parts Must Relate to the Whole

Dr. John Robbins teaches that the various parts of a system are explained by the whole. For example, some of the incredibly tiny and exquisitely shaped bones of our inner ear would be very difficult to understand if we were to examine them one at a time, individually. We might well not be able to comprehend what their function is. But their utility immediately becomes apparent when we see how they fit into the structure — the system — of the ear. To expand this analogy only slightly, most of us would be unable to identify a great many of the 206 bones that make up our skeletal system that if we were to view them individually. It is only when we see how they fit into the overall skeletal system that we come to a complete understanding of their contribution to the body.

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Doctrine and Devotion

Doctrine and Devotion

This is doctrine. There is nothing to do in these doctrinal truths. We are to believe and count as true what God calls to be true. What God says about me is more real than what I see in myself! These possessions and positions are to be apprehended by faith, not by feeling. This program is an unfolding and an explanation of what God has done for us in Christ.

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Doctrine and Devotion

Doctrine and Devotion

This is doctrine. There is nothing to do in these doctrinal truths. We are to believe and count as true what God calls to be true. What God says about me is more real than what I see in myself! These possessions and positions are to be apprehended by faith, not by feeling. This program is an unfolding and an explanation of what God has done for us in Christ.

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Doctrine and Devotion

Doctrine and Devotion

This is doctrine. There is nothing to do in these doctrinal truths. We are to believe and count as true what God calls to be true. What God says about me is more real than what I see in myself! These possessions and positions are to be apprehended by faith, not by feeling. This program is an unfolding and an explanation of what God has done for us in Christ.

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