The Humbled Sinner Resolved what He Should Do to be Saved: Or, Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, the Only Way of Salvation for Sensible Sinners. Discovering the Quality, Object, Acts, Seat, Subject, Inseparable Concomitants and Degrees of Justifying Faith .... Wherein Several Cases are Resolved, and Objections Answered
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Another is approved when a man neither doth , nor will beleeve , he neither doch
accept of Chrift , nor will be bave Chrift to reigne over him , and he likes his
unbeleeving condition , this is a fearful estate : But though the contraries to faith
Because no man bath grace but from Christ , and none bave Christ but Beleevers
: Again , it is impossible for a man to be lovely in the eyes of God without faith ,
but if any man might have a changed and sandified heart , and yet want faich ...
Thefe obings I have written'unio yok , that believe on the Name of the Sonne of
God , that pe may knowo chat ye bave eternal life , as if he should say , every
believer is he who bath the Sonne , and by him that eternal life . 3. Every
Bar chen , mark , two things could never be , if meer findings did effc & ually
prejudice the soulwith an excluding unwortlineft ; oncis , That Christ could never
bave been a wortby gift ; Ano . ther is , Thac faish could never have beleeved
truibs in ...
... and his power is grea ' ; so faith ( in a qua . lified reole ) is above God himself ;
he is not able to stand against it : Be it to thee as thou wilt , said Christ to the
believing them man : Thou shalt bave i he desires of thine heart , said David , Pfal
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Related Subjects: Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
Sin -- Early works to 1800.
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