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Discriminating Grace

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Nineteenth-century preacher Gardiner Spring left the legal profession when he felt called to ministry. In this sermon, he describes his belief in the selectivity of God’s grace. He argues against “the modern notion, that God saves all he is able to save; and that if any are lost, it is because his almighty power cannot convert them.” Jumping off from the example of Cain and Able, Spring makes his case for predestination.

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