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De Doctrina and Paradise Lost are scrupulous about throwing into relief the gracious prevenience of God that anticipates human endeavour even before the repentance of sin and the recognition of divine mercy.
15) Newbigin identifies mission in various triadic formulae: as the proclamation, presence and prevenience of the kingdom; as faith, hope and love in action; and, as proclaiming the kingdom of the Father, sharing the life of the Son, and bearing the witness of the Spirit.
This individualism has meant Baptists have continued to find difficulty in expressing the prevenience of God's grace and the corporate dimension of the rite.
Out of their separate traditions, both Methodists and Roman Catholics come together as they recognize God's gracious prevenience, and as they express belief in Jesus Christ as God's Love Incarnate and the Holy Spirit as God with us.
It is the proclamation of the kingdom, the presence of the kingdom, and the prevenience of the kingdom.