All Resources on Predestination
In episode 450, Pastor John discusses predestination, and people sent to Hell.
In episode 399, Pastor John defines what it means for God to be impartial and how it is not at odds with divine election.
God takes pleasure in election because it magnifies his name.
Is God behind the hardening of a person's heart?
A commander's patient restraint complements his raw power to bring him more glory.
Our call, our conversion, our regeneration, and the gift of our faith are based on God's eternal election and predestination not on our self-determination.
The doctrines of sovereign grace are not overthrown by problems in Scripture. They stand firm and are the precious foundation of our deepest hopes.
The glory of the preeminence Christ is the ultimate goal of predestination.
John Piper explains why election should make sinners hopeful, not doubtful.
No promise in all the world surpasses the height and breadth and weight of Romans 8:28.
John Piper answers the argument that true love requires a freedom to choose.
John Piper discusses why it is crucial for believers to know that God initiated their salvation.
We are aliens not because men have rejected us, but because God has elected us.
John Piper discusses the doctrine of election and the hope that it gives for missions and evangelism.
God's righteousness resounds most fully in his freely having mercy on whomever he wills.
Have you learned the love of God in a way that makes you tremble?
When I choose God, it is because he has first chosen me. My will is not sovereign and self-determining. God's is.
No one's obstinance can stop them from being saved, because God can remove the hardness.