Charles Spurgeon on God's Sovereignty and Man's Responsibility

Posted by Tony Konvalin | Labels: , , | Posted On Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 6:30 AM

"Two truths cannot be contradictory to each other.  If, then, I find taught in one place that everything is fore-ordained, that is true; and if I find in another place that man is responsible for all his actions, that is true; and it is my folly that leads me to imagine that two truths can ever contradict each other.  These two truths, I do not believe, can ever be welded into one upon any human anvil, but one they shall be in eternity: they are two lines that are so nearly parallel, that the mind that shall pursue them farthest, will never discover that they converge, but they do converge, and they will meet somewhere in eternity, close to the throne of God, whence all truth doth spring."
Charles Spurgeon



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