The Cause of God and Truth
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A wicked man, who commits sin, gives up himself wholly to it, is a servant of it, yet acts freely in all his shameful and sinful ... and so through temptation might be inclined to evil, at which door came in the sin and fall of man.
After that, their many sins against God and great ingratitude to him are mentioned in ver. 15 — 18, which drew God's resentment and indignation against them, expressed in threatemngs t)f many severe judgments, ver.
This is God's work only, as appears from his promises to cleanse his people from their sins ; from the end of Christ's ... sin. But if this be the case, that it is God's work alone, and that man is incapable to cleanse himself from sin, ...
Pardon of sin is never ascribed to any conditionperformed by men, but to the free grace of God, streaming through the ... and forgiveness of sins ;% and which is often given to persons without any conditions previously qualifying them ...
2, and therefore remained oppressed with a sense of sin ; hence they are here encouraged to quit their own way of salvation, and all thoughts of their own righteousness, and alone to seek the Lord for mercy and pardon ; since his ...