The Cause of God and Truth
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As for those scriptures which represent God as willing all men, to be saved,f and not willing that any should perish, they will be considered in their proper places. 2. It might seem repugnant to these decrees, and to imply hypocrisy ...
If, as the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about the same persons before described, who are his people, and that even for ever ; how is it possible that they should ever perish P II. These words are strictly ...
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.
Besides, such are the love, care, and power of God, which are engaged on their side, and exercised towards them, that it is impossible they should everlastingly perish. The man here designed, is one that is outwardly righteous before ...
... be finally lost and perish ; only so as to be afflicted, or suffer in a general calamity; besides, the words are delivered in a conditional form, being to be read thus : If the righteous man tumeth away from his righteousness.