Let Go, Let God? What Verse Is THAT?

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what“Let go, let God.”

Christianity is sprinkled with all kinds of cute little clichés, but the problem with this one, as with many, is that it’s simply not biblical. In fact, the “let go, let God” theology directly contradicts the clear teaching of Scripture regarding the Christian life. Actually, it comes from an entire theological system that has a faulty view of Christian sanctification, known as “Keswick” or “Higher Life” theology, which is largely based on a Wesleyan “second blessing” experience (it’s similar to Wesleyan theology, but not exactly the same).

The Keswick view of sanctification teaches that every believer can experience a unique post-salvation enlightenment, allowing the Christian to enter into a state of a consistent, victorious life of obedience.… Continue reading

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