God's Divine Sovereignty is something that... depending whether it is accepted or not affects how a church is run. It affects, worship, evangelism, tithing, teaching, the church's view of the covenants, and the church's view of eschatology, view of prayer, and the power of God's Word being preached and proclaimed and many other areas. It is often stated in church that we believe in God's sovereignty but in practice we sure don't show it. And our American legacy of Charles Finney and a Pelagian view(emphasis on the decision of the believer as being sovereign), has us embracing all kinds of programs and things that are distractions from the sovereignty of God.
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