The Cause of God and Truth
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... the difference between a regenerate and an unregenerate man lying in this, the one has, the other has not the Spirit of God. Hence, 3. It is easy to judge in what sense the Spirit of God does, and does not depart where he onee is.
Hence it appears, that the strivings of the Spirit of God with these men, were only by the external ministry of the word, and in a way of moral suasion, which came to nothing. This may lead us to observe the insufficiency of moral ...
Allowing that this grace, an heart to fear the Lord, and all that is requisite to it, were given to the Israelites ; it ought not to be concluded from hence, that all men have the same, or that God wishes the same to all men. 3.
Hence it must follow that these scriptures are insufficient proofs of every man's being in a state of probation, and in order to everlasting happiness or misery. 3. This is said|| to be evident from all the promises and threats recorded ...
The moral liberty of the will to that which is good was with Adam in a state of innocence; this was lost by the fall; hence man in a state of corruption and unregeneracy is destitute of it; in the regenerate state it is implanted in the ...