The Cause of God and Truth
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... religious grievances they were desirous of having redressed ; and indeed, instead of lopping off the branches of Popery, the axe should be laid to the root of the tree, Arminianism and Pelagianism, the very life and soul of Popery.
Some of the Jewish writers ll think, that the soul of man is intended ; which is || K. Levi Ben Gersom, R. Aben Ezra, &c., in loc. lc called not only the spirit of man, but also THE CAUSE OF GOD AND TRUTH.
Some of them f derive the word Jjt, translated strive, from pa, which signifies the scabbard of a sword, and say, what the scabbard is to the sword, that the body is to the soul ; and give this as the sense of the words ; " My Spirit, ...
It ought to be observed, that there is a twofold call ; the one is internal, which is by the powerful operations of the Spirit of God on the soul, either with or without the word ; which cannot be so resisted, as to be made to cease, ...
Now where should hungry and thirsty souls, and such that have no money, attend, but on the ordinances, the means of grace ? where they may expect to meet with Christ, and of his fulness receive, even grace for grace. Nor, 3.
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The Cause of God and Truth: In Four Parts with a Vindication of Part IV
Limited preview - 2001