Coram Deo: Why All Of Life Is Before The Lord Under His Authority And To The Glory Of God

Posted On May 19, 2020

On today’s Warriors of Grace show opening season three, Dave discusses the meaning and purpose of Coram Deo, the presence of God and the sovereignty of God, and the omnipresence of the Lord and the manifest presence of the Lord, and why such knowledge should humble and convict men.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • The meaning and purpose of Coram Deo.
  • The omnipresence of God and the manifest presence of God.
  • The presence of God and the sovereignty of God.
  • Why integrity is found where men live their lives in a pattern of consistency.
  • How the Sermon on the Mount addresses the issue of authenticity.
  • Why the knowledge of God should humble and convict men.

Thanks for listening to this episode of Warriors of Grace!

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