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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So in Justification , where God pardons the finner , he doth not Gake finne to be
no finne , or that there should not be any wate ral condemnability in finne , but
that it shall not effe & ually reA twofold redound to the death and damnation ...
A crucifying vertue wbich fubdues the love and dómi . nion of sinne , now every
beleever ( hares in chis , though one beleever be more troubled with the insolent
motions of finne , then another , yet no believer shall lie under the dominion of ...
And wouldeft thou prefer earth before heaven , shy profit before thy foul ? nay
wouldest thou prefer a base : finne before a merciful God , and a blessed
Redeemer ? Thy own mouth doch testifie against thee ; was not my mercy ,
becter then a ...
Frit , che ren'e of the strengeb of finne is no unhopefullymptom , nor prejudice to
faith . Of all tempers , the hardned is met dangerous , and fine halb the greateft
frengib , where there ische leaft fense : A man seems to be nothing else but à
To finne : Though assurance be a kinde of heaven upon cirth , yet in this doth the
bearifical vision differ from a be . leeving asurance , that the one leaves no sinne
at all , but the other is a day of great comfort to a beleeving finner ; yet even an ...
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Related Subjects: Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
Sin -- Early works to 1800.
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