Friday Files: Prevenient Grace.

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the Friday Files, SEA’s regular dig though our archives, ’cause not everybody realizes just what’s in there! SEA members’ names are in blue, and just to remind you—the views expressed in any articles and links aren’t always those of SEA.

This Friday we’re doing prevenient grace.

Prevenient |pri’vi.ni.ənt| adjective. Preceding in time or order; antecedent: John Wesley referred to God’s work in the unconverted as prevenient grace. From Latin praevenient, “coming before.”

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