The Heidelberg Catechism describes the invisible Church like this:
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I just discovered you today, after reading a post at RAAN about black leaders’ responses to SCOTUS. I am a white male, early 40’s, and I just wanted to write to let you, and others like you, know how encouraged I am to find such faithfulness. It’s both challenging and comforting to know that God’s word is faithfully practiced, even despite my own race’s failures. We must strive to be, as you said in an earlier article, “One”. Thanks for your faithful service and may God continue to sanctify you and purify His church!
(Oh, I’m also Baptist, but I read Heidelberg, including Ursinus’ commentary, regularly!)
Thanks for stopping by, Pip. I appreciate your encouragement.
Reblogged this on Pilgrim Mode and commented:
Beautifully put. Read it a few times and muse over it.
Thanks Ruben, much appreciate the share.