The Cause of God and Truth
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... also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison, which sometimes were disobedient, when once the long-suffering of God waited in the days of Noah ; || which words refer to those in Genesis, and are the best key unto them, ...
27, when they said to Moses, Go thou near, and hear all that the Lord our God shall say ; and speak thou unto us ail that the Lord our God shall speak unto thee, and we will hear it, and do it. The Lord takes notice of this declaration, ...
Man, in his fallen state, is wholly under the power and dominion of sin, is a captive under it, and a slave unto it, and has neither a power nor will to that which is spiritually good. Man, in a state of regeneration, is freed from the ...
gelical repentance, which is unto life, is not in the power of man ; man, in a state of nature, has no true sense of his sins; nor will any means of themselves bring him to repentance for them, without the efficacious grace of God.
The words, if duly examined, will appear not to contain any wish at all, but an hypothesis, or supposition ; being to be read thus, If my people had hearkened unto me, and Israel had walked in my ways, I should, &c. R. Sol.