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MEMOIRS OF HIS LIFE AND WRITINGS,
BY WILLIAM ORME.
COMMUNION WITH GOD THE FATHER, SON, AND HOLY GHOST;
AND A BRIEF DECLARATION AND VINDICATION OF THE DOCTRINE OF
THE TRINITY, AND OF
THE PERSON AND SATISFACTION OF CHRIST.
PRINTED FOR RICHARD BAYNES, 28, PATERNOSTER ROW:
And sold by J. Parker, Oxford; Deighton and Sons, Cambridge; D. Brown,
THE TENTH VOLUME.
OF COMMUNION WITH GOD THE FATHER, SON, AND HOLY GHOST.
That the saints have communion with God. 1 John i. 3. considered to that pur-
That the saints have this communion distinctly with the Father, Son, and Spi-
rit. 1 John v. 7. opened to this purpose. Also, 1 Cor. xii. 4-6. Eph. ii.
18. Father and Son mentioned jointly in this communion. The Father
solely the Son also and the Holy Ghost singly. The saints' respective re-
gard in all worship to each person manifested. Faith in the Father; John
v. 9, 10. and love towards him; 1 John ii. 15. Mal. i. 6. So is prayer and
praise. It is so likewise with the Son; John xiv. 1. Of our communion with
Of the peculiar and distinct communion which the saints have with the Father.
Observations for the clearing of the whole premised. Our peculiar commu-
nion with the Father is in love. 1 John iv. 7, 8. 2 Cor. xiii. 13. John xvi.
26, 27. Rom. v. 5. John iii. 16. xiv. 23. Tit. iii. 4. opened to this purpose.
What is required of believers, to hold communion with the Father in love.
His love received by faith. Returns of love to him. God's love to us, and
Of the fellowship which the saints have with Jesus Christ the Son of God. That
they have such a fellowship proved. 1 Cor. i. 9. Rev. iii. 20. Cant. ii. 1-7