The Cause of God and Truth
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... and if the thing wished for was effected, it does not follow from hence, that this was not performed by the unfrustrable operation of God's grace. 2. Allowing that this grace, an heart to fear the Lord, and all that is requisite to ...
... until this appears by the unfrustrable operation of God's grace on their hearts, and it may be, not even then : so that it is no wonder that he tempts, strives, and endeavours to hinder the success of the gospel in their conversion, ...
... nor is it even by the powerful, efficacious, and unfrustrable operation of God's grace in conversion; for though before, it is unwilling to submit to Christ, and his way of salvation, yet it is made willing in the day of his power, ...
These words were made use of to contradict the doctrines of absolute election, particular redemption, and unfrustrable grace m conversion ; it is intimated,! that, on supposition of these doctrines, they would represent the God of ...
It is said,^[ that if it is so, " it would not be praiseworthy in persons that they were then converted, it being not in their power then to be otherwise ; since an unfrustrable operation is that wMch no man can frustrate.
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The Cause of God and Truth: In Four Parts with a Vindication of Part IV
Limited preview - 2001