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
Results 1-5 of 5
... of amazement and dejections , before he can believe in Christ : No , though
these sharp tbrowes are manifest in some , yet I dare not make them a rule for all
: only this I say , thac che heart believes not , it looks not towards Christ , cill it feel
One is meerly judicial , which is the feeling of the guile of finne when God
awakens the conscience to apprebend its ... and imprints fome degrees of wrath
upon iss the fruits of guilt ; and now the finner is broken and crushed , for he feels
Though I feel no such thing ; nay , though I feel the conIrary , yer I do not cast
away my confidence : Tbougb fige ' grees bloccome noi , i bougl olives faile , and
bindes are gone , yee if my supply appears in any word of pri mise , I take heart
For He have not an high Prieft which cannot be touched with rhe feeling of our
infirmities : : As if he fhould ' fay , ' I ... yea ; he feels them ; feels them , how ? there
is a feeling by way of passion and change , so indeed he does not feel them ...
For the bave not an bigba Prieft which cannot be touched with the feeling of ear
infirmities : As if he fhould ' fay , I ... yea ; he feels them ; feels them , how ? there
is a feeling by way of passion and change , so indeed he does not feel them ; and
What people are saying - Write a review
Related Subjects: Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
Sin -- Early works to 1800.
LCCN:BTHathi Trust Digital Library (Full Text) http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015063633658