A Practical Commentary or an Exposition; With Notes on the Epistle of James

A Practical Commentary or an Exposition; With Notes on the Epistle of James

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1653 edition. Excerpt: ...a fmntr it absolved, in fames % fence a believer u approved; and so most sweetly, and for ought I can see, without exception, the Apostles are agreed: For. the Popish exceptions I sbill handle them Verse 14. Vm filium wh, n h rfftred Jsaac upoh tht Alur O Mirk; tboueh A' ybffit, pa.fr ot-brahamcevet actually offered him, but only in purpose and vow, tut t & quau. yet 'tis said he offered: So Heb.xi.l 7. By faith Abraham tffered tim ad atfi.K-Isaac, drc. he purposed it," and if God had continued the Com itthtt Imto-n)and' would ctuslly have done ir 90icottntetk ht t be /wr'f. SalvTa'n' u about to be done, and taketh notice of What - in the dcGub. Dei, heart, though it be not brought to practice, andadual accomflistrlib. u nient., (i-1 ') 1; V. - Obstrv. I. I. Those that Vcomld have Abrahams prit/iledgei, mustlookjo it tSat they have Abrahams fatth. You claim kin of him as Beleevers: How was it with Abraham I Two things are notable in his faith, i. He received the premises with all humility; Gem 17. 5. And Abraham fell eu htefaci, as mightily abashed, and abased in himself, to fee God deal thus with him. 1. He improved; them with much fidelity, being upright before God, and walking in all relations for his glory. Two instances there are of his Obedit nces.upcn which the Holy Ghost ha ch set a special mark and note r. One One wasleavinghisfathers house, Gen.n. i. wherein he dcnycd himself in his pojfejpons: The other wu the sacrificing of his &n, Gen. 22.1, wherein he deny ed himself in hie topes. O look to the Rock from Whence jou Were hewn, the hole of the pit out of which Joh Were digged, to Abraham jour father, I/ai. 51.1, 2. Do you receive mercies so humbly? improve them so thankfully? Who would not stick at those Commands, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 252 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 13mm | 458g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236630300
  • 9781236630308