Not even a temporary truce exists, conditioned on such fickle men trying to maintain the terms of some type of cease-fire, with God suspiciously watching every move they make.
On the contrary, there is a peace “which passeth all understanding” because believers agree with God.
Believers agree with God concerning His divine law.
They confess that the law is holy, just, and good.
They agree with God in that atonement has been made for all those He has eternally loved in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ.
They agree with God concerning God’s sovereignty, and admit that He (God), has the right to do all that He has done and will do.
Each with a Holy Ghost-given heart to agree with God, believers are able to do what their own nature of sin would never long after – walk with God.
By Marvin Stalnaker
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