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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... heart believes not , it looks not towards Christ , cill it feel it felf to be finful , and
loft by . reason of fin ; and that there is no pollibility of subsistence in it self : And
now there is room for faith when I feel my self a sinner ; now there is reason for
First , the greatneffe of finning thoold be a strong reason to compel in the soul to
Christ : Grear sionings are never ealed , either by dispaire , or by unbelief : But
two chings chey should caafe . 1 . One is great bumblings , and sorrow . 2 .
25 . when we have no reason to believe that he thought Peter was the true God :
Yet Peter forbid it , left it should have any Appearance of asuming divine Dignity
to himself . 2 . Simon Peter was greatly surprized at the multitude of Fishes taken
Remark III . - Let it be observed further , that when our Saviour tells his Disciples ,
and particularly informs Thomas and Philip , that by seeing and knowing the Son
, they fee and know the Father also , he does not give this Reason for ...
T HERE is something in the Reason and Nature of Man that directs and inclines
him to own and worship some God , or some su - • perior Being , from whom
himself and all his Enjoyments are derived , and on whom his Expectations
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Related Subjects: Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
Sin -- Early works to 1800.
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