Waiting On a Sanctified Mind…

If you read my previous post pertinent to the title of this site, then hopefully you’ll know why this line from Charles Spurgeon is so apropos: [Speaking of God] “That glorious right hand which moulded the world can new-create my mind…” (Morning and Evening: Daily Readings by C.H. Spurgeon – Evening, January 6th).  In other words, the hope and prayer that the title of this blog expresses is not a vain hope.  God will redeem and restore the minds of his children, just as he does every other part of our personhood.  In his book, Reformed Theology, R. Michael Allen says this: “…the redemption and sanctification of human reasoning has not been completed yet” (pg. 19).  Imagine what it must be like to comprehend God (not to mention one another and creation itself) with human reasoning that is fully sanctified.  I look forward to that day…

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