Having established his first proposition, that “whatever crook there is in one’s lot is of God’s making,” Thomas Boston now concludes this point by showing the uses of this doctrine. He says 1) that it serves to reprove three sorts of people, 2) that is serves as a consolation to the afflicted children of God, & 3) that it serves as an exhortation to the afflicted. He follows this with three motives to submission to our crooks. May God bless this study.


Dr. James La Belle

The Rev. Dr. James A. La Belle was ordained and installed by the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) as the Pastor of Presbyterian Church of Cape Cod on Apr 27, 2007. He graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia in May 2006 with a Master of Divinity (MDiv). He served four separate internships in the OPC during his Seminary years before accepting the call to PCCC as his first pastorate. He also served as a Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church in America from 1996-2002 before transferring his and his family’s membership to the OPC. Alongside his pastoral ministry at PCCC Pastor La Belle pursued a doctoral degree from The North American Reformed Seminary and graduated in August 2016 with a Doctor of Divinity (D.D.) in Puritan Studies.

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