31 Days of Feasting on Theology: Prevenient Grace

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Gentle Reader,

Prevenient Grace: The grace that goes before. The action of God in pursuing the lost. How He initiates and sustains relationship with His children. The way in which he enables the naturally incapable to believe and repent. Also known as “resistible grace.”

Related Concepts and/or Examples

A Primer on Prevenient Grace – from the Wesleyan perspective

An Introduction to Prevenient Grace – from the Society of Evangelical Arminians

Monergism – salvation is entirely the work of God

Free Grace – sermon by John Wesley


For all entries in the 31 Days of Feasting on Theology series, go here.



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