Salvation For the Gentiles – Romans 9:24-26

Salvation For the Gentiles – Romans 9:24-26

From election the apostle proceeds to calling, the fruit and evidence of it, taking the same method he did in Romans 8:30, with a view to treat of the call of the Gentiles, of which he afterwards gives proof from prophecy; whence it appears to be according to divine predestination, upon which prophecy is founded; for God foretells that such a thing will be, because he has foreordained it shall be. These words are explanative of the former, and show who the vessels of mercy are; they are such whom God calls by his grace. Election may be known by calling, as the cause by its effect, and that without an extraordinary revelation. This may as well be known, as man’s adoption, justification, and the forgiveness of his sins; for as all the chosen are, and shall be called in time, so all that are truly called by the grace of God, are manifestly, and to a demonstration, the chosen vessels of salvation: if a man is satisfied of his calling, he ought to be equally so of his election, the one being demonstrable by the other; and for such an one to doubt of it, is his sin and crime. – John Gill

Passage: Romans 9:24-26


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The following changes have been made to our service schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic:

We will have Sunday service at Harvest Creek from 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM and then dismiss for the day.  If you think it best to stay home then please stay home.  DO WHAT YOU THINK IS BEST FOR YOUR SITUATION.

Tuesday and Wednesday Bible studies will be combined.  We will meet at 7:00 PM on Wednesdays.  Call for details.

Sunday Service and Wednesday Bible study will be available as a Facebook live stream.  If you will be watching the live stream we recommend that you set aside the time for the service as if you were present.  We will pick songs that are familiar so you can sing along from home.  Please have your Bible open and ready to follow along for scripture reading and the sermon.

Hopefully this will soon pass and we can resume our normal schedule and activities.  Until then we will make adjustments as the need requires.  STAY SAFE and MAY GOD BLESS YOU.