Sound Theology

Saw this going around Facebook:

There may be times sound theology will unsettle us first — when we’re facing something we cringe from in the flesh (e.g., Moses when he was told he’d face Pharoah, Christ in the garden of Gethsemane) or convicted of sin or in need of chastening. But in any situation rightly responded to,  with God’s grace, we can rest in His sovereignty, in the truth of His Word, the rightness of His judgments, the love He has for us.

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