As I have explained, in this book I am concerned with the believer and progressive sanctification. In particular, how can this sanctification be measured? What is the rule? Above all, the great question is: How is the believer to be sanctified? That is what I want to get at.
Great Sermon! It's an amazing introduction to the subject of a believer's sanctification subsequent to his conversion. In other words, what is the believer's rule of life? Is it John Calvin's third use of the law? Or something else not found in Reformed teaching. What actually IS the law? What were Judaizers trying to achieve in the first century (and today)? What about reconstructionism and antinomianism? HyperCalvinism? Is the Reformed view of 'the law' correct, in that it divides the law into three sections?
Brother David here graciously seeks to put forward his answers from the Bible, and it is a most profitable endeavour and very helpful for every believer who desires to grow in grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, through the correct means of ongoing and progressive sanctification.