Note: This is a guest post since I am currently away. This is by Micah. If you have thoughts and questions, feel free to comment and when he has time he will respond. His blog can be found here. He also tweets.
If you are truly Calvinistic, you’ve heard the popular passage from Isaiah 64:6, “And all our righteous deeds are like a filthy garment.” It is a passage frequently quoted to kill the monster of works righteousness and legalistic salvation, a monster that tends to pop its head out in religious circles. And rightly so, God does not take notice of the deeds of the man whose heart has not been cleansed by Christ and who has no love for Him.
Though this teaching is true, it may lead some Christians to wonder if God could ever be pleased. The war against the flesh is real, and…
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