1 John 1:9 says, “IF we confess our sins he is faithful and just to forgive…” So the question is this: Do Christians remain unforgiven by God until they confess their sins?
Is the Gospel merely God’s spontaneous reaction to the first sin in the Garden? Or were the Gospel, as well as the Fall, always God’s plan? We’re these things decreed long before the foundations of the world were laid?
It is one thing to salute the doctrine of God’s sovereignty, it is quite another to joyfully submit to God’s sovereign providence as it unfolds in our lives.
The New Covenant is not merely BIGGER than the Old Covenant in its scope, the New Covenant is BETTER than the Old Covenant in its promises.
In this video, Pastor Joel gives clear battle plans to his congregation in Georgetown, Texas, right after the fall of Roe.
Unbelief is a sin. However, there is a massive difference between not believing God CAN/WILL fulfill his promises, and struggling to see HOW God can/will fulfill his promises.