I. God's Ordinations
A. Whatsoever comes to pass is ordained
B. God, in ordaining, is not the author of sin
C. God in ordaining does not do violence to the will of his creatures.
D. God through his ordinations establishes the use of second causes
II. The Refutation of the Foreknowledge View of the Decrees of God
III. Predestination of Men and Angels
A. Some men and angels predestined to everlasting life
B. Some men and angels predestined to everlasting death
IV. Predestination Immutable
V. Unconditional Election
A. The elect predestined according to God's eternal purpose
B. The elect predestined without any foreknowledge of faith works or perseverance.
VI. Foreordination of the Means Whereby the Elect Achieve Glory
A. Those who are redeemed are:
1. effectually called unto faith
5. kept by His power
B. The elect only achieve glory
VIII. Assurance of Election Achieved through Special Care of Predestination
A. Special care given to this mystery
B. Men who attend and yield to God's word with special care and obedience
may be assured of their
C. Proper understanding and use of predestination causes admiration, reverence, humility etc.