God Glorified in Sanctification

Monday, 27 Aug 2007

The Reformed tradition has historically argued that God is glorified in transforming sinful men and women "after the image of God," and also that sinners "are enabled more and more to die unto sin, and live unto righteousness." (Westminster Shorter Catechism Question 35) The sanctification of sinners is indeed a wonder of wonders. But the wonder of what God really does in sanctifying a sinner is completely obscured if we forget that the fundamental thing in all this is that sinful men and women are absolutely unable to transform themselves from children of Adam ...

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