Hi Wes:

When I read these posts I see statements like the following which appear to me to be contradictory on their face:

So we must make a distinction between the Covenant of Grace and the Covenant of Redemption in the sense that one cannot be broken and the other can.

The Covenant of Grace is a gracious covenant, because it is a fruit and manifestation of the grace of God to sinners. It is grace from start to finish. It is also an eternal and inviolable covenant, to which God will always be true, though men may break it. Even in its widest extent it includes only a part of mankind, and is therefore particular.

Can you tell me how a covenant can be both "inviolable", and yet "can be broken"?

I just don't see the consistency here.

In Him,