Gleaning through a plethora of posts about the Reformation, this point from Michael Reeves is one that stands out. If you’re a Christian and your attitude toward God is not marked by fear, uncertainty or anxiety, that’s a fruit of the Reformation. Consider these words, written by a team of scholars in Westminster, England, in …

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If you prayed as a Christian in the name of Jesus, completely confident that God hears and accepts your prayer, that’s a fruit of the Reformation. Kevin DeYoung interacts with the writings of Martin Luther: [In addition to other spiritual truths, the Reformation] was also about confidence. Not self-confidence, but confidence that God is for …

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If you worshipped as a Christian yesterday assured of your salvation, that’s a fruit of the Reformation. Sinclair Ferguson writes about a lesser acknowledged fruit of the Church’s great awakening, by interacting with one of its contemporary critics: Let us begin with a church history exam question. Cardinal Robert Bellarmine (1542–1621) was a figure not …

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Westminster Confession Of Faith – Lord’s Day 44 Chapter 27 – Of the Sacraments I. Sacraments are holy signs and seals of the covenant of grace, immediately instituted by God, to represent Christ and his benefits, and to confirm our interest in him: as also to put a visible difference between those that belong unto …

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