An Exposition Of The Ninth Chapter Of The Epistle To The Romans. With The Banner Of Justification Displayed. To Which Is Added, Ge Rynomahia. With A by John StruthersAn Exposition Of The Ninth Chapter Of The Epistle To The Romans. With The Banner Of Justification Displayed. To Which Is Added, Ge Rynomahia. With A by John Struthers

An Exposition Of The Ninth Chapter Of The Epistle To The Romans. With The Banner Of Justification…

byJohn Struthers, John Goodwin

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1835 edition. Excerpt: ... voluntate concomitante et subsequente, and with infinite satisfaction and contentment to himself in his way, there is no reason or colour of reason why he should be judged less worthy praise or thanks for what he doeth graciously out of such a necessity. As, for argument and illustration sake, suppose a person were under such a necessity of doing some special courtesy for us which he could not decline or avoid; yet, if this necessity were no ways burdensome or troublesome to him, but rather matter of contentment and joy; so that he doeth the kindness for us with as much readiness and willingness of mind, notwithstanding such a necessity of doing it lying upon him, as he could in case no necessity at all engaged him; in this case we are nevertheless engaged in point of thankfulness unto him that should do us the courtesy, upon the account of that necessity which lay upon him to do it. The reason is, because that freedom and gladness of spirit wherewith he is supposed to act under the said necessity, is an argument that he would have done every whit as much for us, whether he had been necessitated unto it, or no. In like manner, God rejoicing over that necessity of doing good and showing mercy to the world, which is natural and essential to him, and hereby declaring that he would do the one and show the other, whether his nature did necessitate him unto cither or no, that good which he doeth and mercy which he showeth in this kind, have as equitable a claim to the praises and thankful acknowledgments of men who receive them, as they could have had in case he had been antecedaneously, absolutely, and every ways free and at liberty whether he would have done any such good or showed any such mercy unto them, or no. Yea, the nearer any...
Title:An Exposition Of The Ninth Chapter Of The Epistle To The Romans. With The Banner Of Justification…Format:PaperbackDimensions:202 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.43 inPublished:January 17, 2013Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217816975

ISBN - 13:9780217816977

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