- Mar 14, 2011
But this theologically biased term and not truth. Your definition of conditional sanctification is justification. Sanctification comes in when we apply the word of God in our lives.
Conditional sanctification is when we use Gods word and his power to change our lives. And even thatis a work of God.
When you eat the sacrament don't you again hunger? How about the bread itself is it unleavened?
John 6 is about chewing on the word of God and coming to salvation based on that word. As jesus said, it is the SPIRIT who gives life, the WORDS he SPEAKS are SPIRIT AND THEY ARE LIFE
Even peter understood when he said YOU HAVE THE WORDS of eternal life