|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1103:6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 12, 15 p.|
|Number of Pages||15|
Free grace exalted, and thence deduced evangelical rules for evangelical sufferings: in two discourses made 29 March, and 10 May , from Rom. 5, By Author: Peter Sterry. A second vindication of God's sovereign free grace. Against the exceptions made to a former vindication, by Mr. John Beach in his discourse, intitled, God's sovereignty and his universal love to the souls of men, reconciled. In a letter to that gentleman. / By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. I believe this book is out of print, but used copies are still available. This is a wonderful, encouraging book for anyone and everyone. It shows God's heart of love and His free gift of grace and salvation that He gave us by giving Jesus. Read it and find out if the Jesus you know about is the same as the real Jesus Whom God sent/5(5). In All of Grace, C.H. Spurgeon outlines the way of salvation in clear, concise language that everyone can understand. It is not the object of this book to ask what you can do for God, but rather to declare to what Christ has done for you and that salvation is ALL OF GRACE, which means, free, gratis, for nothing.
Grace is a term that is thrown around all the time in Christian circles, and is rarely understood. Barbara incorporates the writings of John Newton, the former slave trader and author of "Amazing Grace", to fully define and apply what God's grace on our lives should look like/5. The book opens with the sad closing scenes of Jerusalem’s his-[iv] tory, the city of God’s chosen, after her rejection of theMan of Calvary, who came to save. Thence onward along the great highway of the nations, it points us to the persecutions of God’s children in full of grace and truth. In His word, God has committed to men the File Size: 1MB. Author: Goodwin, Thomas e-Sword Version: x This module contains The (Complete) Works of Thomas Goodwin in 12 volumes. Many consider Goodwin the “easy to read Puritan”, because his writing style is much easier to read than most from his era. Goodwin was a very gifted bible scholar and experiential preacher. He and John Owen () team-preached on . The mirrour of mercy in the midst of misery, or, Life triumphant in death, wherein free-will is abolished, and free-grace exalted: with the large wonders of loves wounds / by: Rich, Jeremiah, d. ? Published: ().
The title [The title here referred to is The Universality of God’s Free Grace, a book written by Thomas More and published in —Ed.] pretends satisfaction to them who desire to have reason satisfied: which, that it is a great undertaking, I easily grant; but for the performance of it, “hic labor, hoc opus.”. Meanwhile the new-baptiz'd, who yet remain'dAt Jordan with the Baptist, and had seen Him whom they heard so late expressly call'd Jesus Messiah Son of God declar'd, And on that high Authority had believ'd, [ 5 ] And with him talkt, and with him lodg'd, I mean Andrew and Simon, famous after known With others though in Holy Writ not nam'd, Now missing him thir joy so lately found. 10 of the Best Christian Books On Grace Grace is one of the most important words in the Christian vocabulary, and yet it’s so often misunderstood. If the church wakes up to the robust power of grace, a spiritual awakening is imminent. Thus He is in His Person the covenant in its fullness, the Kingdom of heaven which is at hand, in which God speaks and man hears, God gives and man receives, God commands and man obeys, God’s glory shines in the heights and thence into the depths, and peace on earth comes to pass among men in whom He is well pleased.