All Resources on The Sovereignty of God
Consider the mystery that the entire universe and all the events in it serve to glorify Jesus Christ.
Sometimes God ordains that sin continue for holy and just reasons, which is not sin on his part.
Denying God's control over evil does not bring the healing it purports to.
John Piper argues that it is both right and good to believe in God's absolute control over all things.
Two things convince John Piper to trust God's sovereignty no matter what.
Thoughts on G.K. Chesterton and Orthodoxy.
God's mercy and sovereignty are the twin pillars of the Christian life.
John Piper illustrates how time can prove the goodness of God, even when he has permitted much suffering.
Three things that love for God is not.
John Piper discusses how, under God's sovereignty, we should be able to both hate and give thanks for what he might will.
John Piper responds to the idea that God is not supreme over tragedies.
God is infinitely able to know the best possible outcome of any situation and then achieve it.
Listen to John Piper explain how God can be both all-powerful and justifiably angry at what he has ordained.
When we give in to temptation is that ultimately self-determination or God's sovereign will?