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... as that which baptism now seals to believers and their feed. The rash
ignorance of these that affirm, God may become a people's God in the way of a
special interest, by virtue of the broken and abolished covenant of .works, rather
That believers are not bound to confess fin, mourn for it, or pray for the
forgiveness of it ; because it was pardoned before it was committed; and
pardoned sin, is no sin. Set Eaton's Honeycomb, p. 446, 447. Error 5. They fay,
That God fees bo ...
Job was as much a justified believer when he complained that God was his
enemy, as when he could fay, " I know that " my Redeemer liveth." The fame may
be said of David, Heman, Asaph, and the greatest number of justified believers ...
It Is not true or tolerable to affirm, that there is no frs in a believer, i John i. ... 'Tis
true, the blood of Chrtft hath taken away the guilt of sin, so that it shall not
condema believers i and the spirit of litnctisication hath taken away the dominion
of sin, ...
That God lays his correcting rod, in this world, on the persons of believers. 2. That
this rod of God is sometimes laid oa them for their fins. 3. That these fatherly
corrections of them for their sins, are reconcilable to, and fully consistent with his
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I can understand now why so many have been so blessed by these works. Flavel is outstanding. I love Owen for his depth and insight and obvious passion for the glory of Christ. I love Sibbes for his ... Leer comentario completo
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