Episode 11.5: Fatherly Displeasure

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Although justification can never be lost whey can our “sense” of it be? If justification is a one time act why does this paragraph teach that God continues to forgive sin? What biblical evidence can be given that we are to continue asking for forgiveness? Occasionally in Reformed writings you’ll read about “daily justification,” what is that? This paragraph distinguishes between punishment and discipline, what is that distinction? What pastoral counsel can be given to those who are under Fatherly displeasure? Tune in as Nathan, Joel, Shawn, and Kyle discuss WCF 11.5:

God does continue to forgive the sins of those that are justified; and although they can never fall from the state of justification, yet they may, by their sins, fall under God’s fatherly displeasure, and not have the light of His countenance restored unto them, until they humble themselves, confess their sins, beg pardon, and renew their faith and repentance.

For More Resources on Today’s Topic Check Out…

The Doctrine of Justification by James Buchanan

Cracking the Foundation: The New Perspective on Paul by Bob Cara

Justification by John Fesko

How Can Justification Make Me Joyful? by Danny Hyde

The Doctrine of Justification by Faith by John Owen

The Future of Justification by John Piper

Faith Alone by RC Sproul

Justification Vindicated by Robert Traill

Justification by Francis Turretin

Predestination and Justification by Peter Martyr Vermigli

Justification and the New Perspective on Paul by Guy Prentiss Waters

The Federal Vision and Covenant Theology by Guy Prentiss Waters


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