Vol 29 Issue 13

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Conditions in the Light of Scripture

We must agree, therefore, that the term condition also in theological and dogmatical parlance certainly means a requisite, or prerequisite, in order that some­thing else may take effect. When, for instance, we say that God promises us salvation on condition that we believe, the meaning can only be that unless we fulfill the condition or the prerequisite of believing, the promise of God can take no effect. Our act of believing is first, and the effect of the promise follows.

And Peter!

“…Tell his disciples and Peter!” Mark 16:7b And Peter! Tell his disciples and Peter! Thus the angel had commissioned the women, when they had come to perform a last service upon the body of their beloved Lord, but found the grave where He had been laid vacated.