The Cause of God and Truth
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The blasphemous charge of guile, deceit, insincerity, dissimulation, and hypocrisy, ought to be removed from God, who cannot lie, deceive, dissemble, or deny himself; who is a God of truth, and without iniquity ; just and right is he.
... considered their own end, or what must befal I them in length of time ; that as God had cut | off and destroyed his people Israel for their ! sins, so they might expect the same destruc- j tion for iniquities of a like kind.
SECTION VIII For the rod of the wicked shall not rest upon the lot of the righteous, lest the righteous put forth their hands unto iniquity. — Psalm xxxv. 3. These words are made use off to prove, that " saints, or true believers, ...
The righteous may put forth their hands unto iniquity, and fall into great sins, and yet not totally fall away, or so fall as to be lost and perish : total apostacy is not intended by putting forth their hands unto iniquity. III.
... and the efficacy of it; from the sanctifying influences of the Spirit ; and from the prayers of the saints J to God, that he would create in them clean hearts, wash them thoroughly from their iniquity, and cleanse them from ...