All our knowledge, for instance, relies upon our sonship; it starts with an act of faith.
Look next at the sonship which is the purpose of His given Love.
Secondly, the text leads us to the principle that there is no sonship without a spiritual birth.
In Him alone we can come to our sonship, to that which is from the first, potentially, our own.
Secondly, we hear of kings entering into a relationship called 'fatherhood' and 'sonship' with other kings.
And the Son is given in order that we may all be born into sonship.
He speaks more of fatherhood and sonship than of any other relations.
He had only one dogma, his own divine sonship and the divinity of his mission.
In short, this testament, Paul concludes, is a simple promise of blessing and sonship with God.
And it is precisely in this that the principle of "sonship" consists.