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Gospel sonnets, or spiritual songs: in six parts; i. the believer's espousals; ii. the believer's joi - Gospel sonnets; or, Spiritual songs : Ralph Erskine : Free.




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Arminian doctrine, which aboundeth in our day, makes the efficacy of the gospel depend upon man’s free will; but we have not so learned Christ; he hath made surer work, and all the efficacy to depend upon his free grace. The Father’s promise to the Son secures it; “Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power.”

Let Arminians maintain at their peril their universal redemption, but we must maintain at our peril the universal offer. The Arminian doctrine is to be rejected as robbing Christ of the glory of his free grace, in electing from eternity, and effectually calling in time, ascribing so much to man’s free will.

No wonder Paul the legal spirit curse,
Of fatal errors such a feeding nurse.
He, in JEHOVAH’s great tremendous name,
Condemns perverters of the gospel-scheme.
He damn’d the sophist rude, the babbling priest
Would venture to corrupt it in the least;
Yea, curst the heav’nly angel down to hell,
That daring would another gospel tell.
Which crime is charg’d on these that dare dispense
The self-same gospel in another sense.

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Arminian doctrine, which aboundeth in our day, makes the efficacy of the gospel depend upon man’s free will; but we have not so learned Christ; he hath made surer work, and all the efficacy to depend upon his free grace. The Father’s promise to the Son secures it; “Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power.”

Let Arminians maintain at their peril their universal redemption, but we must maintain at our peril the universal offer. The Arminian doctrine is to be rejected as robbing Christ of the glory of his free grace, in electing from eternity, and effectually calling in time, ascribing so much to man’s free will.

No wonder Paul the legal spirit curse,
Of fatal errors such a feeding nurse.
He, in JEHOVAH’s great tremendous name,
Condemns perverters of the gospel-scheme.
He damn’d the sophist rude, the babbling priest
Would venture to corrupt it in the least;
Yea, curst the heav’nly angel down to hell,
That daring would another gospel tell.
Which crime is charg’d on these that dare dispense
The self-same gospel in another sense.


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