THE word salvation is used in the Bible to indicate a work of God in behalf of man . In the present dispensation its use is limited to His work for individuals. This little work by my good friend, Mr. Chafer, is in the true “Apostolic Succession, ” for it depicts in clear and Scriptural language the Gospel of Divine salvation. Dr. Chafer’s comments on the subject, “The Terms of Salvation,” are taken from Volume 3 of his voluminous Systematic Theology, Chapter 20, pages
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Richard rated it really liked it May 23, Mar 17, Faith Lowery rated it did not like it. Salvation is made to be conditioned on feelings and not on faith. If men go to perdition it will be because every possible mercy from God has been resisted.
There is danger, as well, that by forcing the issues of future conduct into salvxtion question the main issue of receiving Christ as Saviour may be submerged in some difficulty related to the proposed standards of living. It is not enough to believe generally that God has spoken.
It is rather that we act on the same principle of love. The son cited by Christ as reported in Matthew The Scriptures know but one solution to the problem of the death of Christ — one, and only one, whether it be in type in the Old Testament, or in the exact unfoldings of the history and doctrine of the New Testament.
Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates? And this is the condemnation that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. It was suitable for the publican, having provided his own sacrifice, to ask that his sacrifice be accepted and himself absolved.
Of believing it is said: Please provide a valid first name Error: That enmity is usually covered and latent, but as assuredly exists as the Word of God is true.
Lewis Sperry Chafer :: Chapter One: The Word Salvation
There are no discussion topics on this book chafwr. Chafer uses the actual Greek lettering for all Greek words in his commentary] is in every instance translated repentance.
Service must be “where he will. Attention has been called in an earlier discussion to the fact that salvation begins in the heart of God and is precisely what his infinite love demands and ordains.
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The Biblical emphasis upon Gentile repentance or any repentance in this age will be more evident when the full meaning of the word “believe” is understood. That He might thus be free to satisfy His boundless love for us He met all the issues of sin for a lost and ruined world, and so perfectly has Sapvation wrought that man need now but believe and thus receive xhafer bounty of His grace. They are both stated in John The helpless sinner could do nothing to further such an undertaking.
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SALVATION by Lewis Sperry Chafer
Even a blinded, unregenerate mind must be convinced of the unreasonableness of selecting only desirable salvaion out of the unitive whole of divine revelation. It will be a moment of discovery salvayion to who hath loved much and who was much occupied with Him. It is “unto every one that believeth,” “For there is none other name under heaven given among men whereby we must be saved. God looks on the heart and before Him no works can avail.
As Abraham amended the promise of God—not a mere unresponsive believing Gen.
Old Testament New Testament. The sin nature must also be dealt with; yet that is not a legitimate subject of repentance. Elect, “Knowing, brethren beloved, your election of God” 1 Thes.
Chapter One: The Word Salvation by Lewis Sperry Chafer
savlation Lauren rated it really liked it Apr 11, The thought of a God Who is never satisfied! This salvatioj has to do with loss of fellowship not salvation through sin. It is the divine purpose that a Christian’s conduct should be inspired sakvation the fact that he is already saved and blessed with all the riches of grace in Christ Jesus, rather than by the hope that an attempted imitation of the Christian standard of conduct will result in salvation.
There are various ways by which the natural man proposes to be saved and yet retain his dignity and supposed worthiness, and one of these is the contention that sin must be confessed and restitution saovation as a human requirement in salvation. It begins with the words: Such a precious experience as is described by these passages may become clouded by sin or lost in the depression of some physical weakness, and were we depending upon the experience as primary evidence that we are saved, all grounds of assurance would be swept away.
This is in no way to be confused with experimental sanctification as mentioned in John The meaning of this word is inexpressibly sweet. Anton Dubrovskiy rated it it was amazing Jan 02,