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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You know char in the body of men , there be Eyes rot see , and Eares to hear ,
and Handí co cake , and Feet to go , of all chefe which are in the body , yer no'
members are depured to see , but the eyes , neverthelesse the eye moft noi lay ,
Another is contingent , which consists in those dreary teares Aowing into the eyes
; now this is contingent , for when the heart is many times filled with cares , like
Davids bottle , yet it may so fall our , that the eyes may be filentio luch expreffions
So is it in faith , ( which is the eye of the soul , ) Though the nature be common ,
and equall , yet the act of beleeving is ... man whose eyes were touched by Cbrift
) dimly , at length risech by degrees to a more perfect light of the same truthes ...
A weak believer , though he cannot see himself great in Gods eyes , yet he doch
appeare low in his own eyes : it will not quarrell wish God , because he opens
himself no more , but abalech it self , because it is moft unworthy of the least of
Tby loving kindness is before mine eyes ( therefore ) bave I walked in thy trub .
Why is duty to good hearis sometimes so weary - some , , so Nack , fo
troublelome ? verily , faith is weak , doubts are strong , feares are many ; could
they once lee ...
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Related Subjects: Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
Sin -- Early works to 1800.
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