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It is pleading that God hold the world in mercy. Let the people pray: singing the prayers, Psalms, creed, Song of Simeon in the language of the people. Also, make the intercessory prayer a common prayer by using the same outline week after week, so that people can anticipate and enter into prayers for the church and her leaders, for the world and its leaders, and for the poor, needy, and sick.
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Focus on baptism to comfort the troubled consciences of believers. One way to do this is to lead the confession of sin and assurance of forgiveness from the baptismal font see Romans For Calvin, the sacraments are instruments, with force. Secondly, he confirms it by the sacraments.
Finally, he illumines our minds by the light of his Holy Spirit and opens our hearts for the Word and sacraments to enter in, which would otherwise only strike our ears and appear before our eyes, but not at all affect us within. Calvin and the early reformers reintroduced the gifts for the poor into the main liturgy.
Then develop an enhanced ministry to the poor and needy in your area.
This leads the people to give thanks for what they have heard and seen in the Word and sacraments. Once you have developed and applied these ten ideas, improvise within the discipline of these practices. This will give your worship depth, consistency, and continuity with the saints who have gone before; and also allow you to adapt the tradition in terms of your local culture.
Footnotes 1. Charles Garside, Jr. John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion , trans. Ford Lewis Battles.
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London: SCM, , 4. Henry Beveredge. The world was created so that Mankind might get to know Him. Calvin believed that Man was sinful and could only approach God through faith in Christ — not through Mass and pilgrimages. Calvin believed that the New Testament and baptism and the Eucharist had been created to provide Man with continual divine guidance when seeking faith. You might have lead what you might have considered a perfectly good life that was true to God but if you were a reprobate you remained one because for all your qualities you were inherently corrupt and God would know this even if you did not.
However, a reprobate by behaving decently could achieve an inner conviction of salvation. An Elect could never fall from grace. However, God remained the judge and lawgiver of men. Predestination remained a vital belief in Calvinism. Calvin and Europe Calvinism was a belief that was dependent on the strength of the individual. You controlled your own goodness on Earth and this depended on the strength of your inner conviction.
This was a personal belief not dependent on the whims of an individual pope or relics, indulgences etc. You may have been a reprobate in the eyes of God but you would not know this and so a person would lead a life for God to fully know him. Geneva became the most influential city in the Protestant movement. It represented the city where religion had been most truly reformed and changed for the better. Calvin did not want his belief to be restricted to just one area and he did not want Geneva to become a refuge for fleeing Protestants. The city was to be the heart that pumped Calvinism to all of Europe.
This spread was to be based on a new educational system which was established in Geneva. Both primary and secondary schools were created and in the Academy was established which was to become the University of Geneva. It was expected that many French Huguenots Calvinists in France were known as Huguenots would head for the university to train as missionaries.
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This was the main task of the university. In it had students. In , it had over students. Most of these were foreign. Calvin had some luck with his teaching staff as there had been a dispute over the level of pay at Lausanne University and many of the teaching staff there simply transferred to Geneva as the pay was better and the financial structure of the university was on a stronger footing.
After their course at Geneva, the missionaries were given a French-speaking congregation in Switzerland where they could perfect their skills before moving on to France itself. The ease with which ministers could get into France was a bonus for Calvin. However, the size of the country was to be both a help and a hindrance to Calvinists. The first Huguenot Calvinist ministers arrived in France in By , there were nearly 90 Huguenots in France and the speed of its spread surprised even Calvin.
It was not a success and was disbanded in Whereas his father Francis I had used Protestantism to help advance his power against the Parlement de Paris, Henry had no wish to have any association with Protestants whatsoever. In the first Huguenot congregation to have a permanent minister was established in Paris. By , this congregation was worshipping in the open guarded by armed sympathisers. In , the first synod national council was held in Paris. In some regions of France travelling ministers had to be used but this was never a major problem as the organisation of the church was so tight.
Many Huguenot communities were near each other so communication was never really a problem. Educated merchants were drawn to Calvinism. This occurred probably as a result of the impact of the Renaissance and as a reaction to the rigidity of the catholic Church. A number of noble families converted to Calvinism though there is not one common link to explain their conversion.
Each family had its own individual reason. Ironically one of these reasons may have been patriotic. Catholicism was linked to Rome and since the Concordat of Bologna, the French had always linked their religion to national causes. By associating yourself with Calvinism, you would be expressing your belief that France should have no links to Italy. The Huguenots were concentrated on the coast mainly in the west La Rochelle and in the south-east. They develop their own cavalry force and openly worshipped in their own churches. The sheer size of France aided them in the respect that the royal government in Paris found it difficult enough to assert its authority generally.
The strict organisation of the Huguenots made any attempt by the authorities to crush them very difficult. Alister McGrath, in his essay Calvin and the Christian Calling , suggests that for Calvin, Work was thus seen as an activity by which Christians could deepen their faith, leading it on to new qualities of commitment to God…to do anything, and do it well, was the fundamental hallmark of Christian faith. Theologian John Murray defines common grace as, Every favour of whatever kind or degree, falling short of salvation, which this undeserving and sin-cursed world enjoys at the hand of God.
According to Calvin: The capacity for goodness in the non-Christian was a gift from God. It is the Spirit of God who establishes all human competence in arts and sciences, for the common good of mankind. Common grace is a tool given by God that should not be neglected.
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