By applying grace and mercy to an unmortified sin, or one not sincerely endeavored to be mortified, is this deceit carried on. This is a sign of a heart greatly entangled with the love of sin. Also, added to this narration, is the chapter “A Heart of Flesh – Richard Alleine.
The second act of Christ’s power is compunction, or sense of sin. 1. This compunction immediately follows conviction. 2. The necessity of this to succeed the other. 3. Wherein it consists. 4. The measure of it in all the elect.
The life & death of Mr. Joseph Alleine, late teacher of the church at Taunton, in Somersetshire, assistant to Mr. Newton whereunto are annexed diverse Christian letters of his, full of spiritual instructions tending to the promoting of the power of Godliness, both in persons and families, and his funeral sermon, preached by Mr. George Newton. – His letters, dedicated to Pastor Mike Waters, a dear friend, who loves these letters and read them to his children.
Mr. Kiffin was evidently raised up by the providence of God and invested with his talents, influence, and wealth to shield his persecuted brethren in times specially calamitous; and in a spirit of supreme love to Jesus, for half a century, he was the father of the English Baptists. He died Sept. 29, 1701.
SELECTIONS FROM THE FLOWER OF GODLY PRAYERS, VERY NECESSARY … OF ALL DEGREES AND ESTATES ;
From their book, Cases of Conscience. In their answer they mention a book by Benjamin Jenks, Victory of Chastity.
This is a booklet at the end of their famed book, Cases of Conscience
When a sinner is burdened with guilt, and filled with apprehensions of eternal ruin, his language is, What shall I do to be saved? or, How shall I escape the wrath to come? Being ignorant of that righteousness which the gospel reveals for the justification of the ungodly, he labors to obtain acceptance with God by his own efforts: till, becoming better acquainted with the purity of the law, the holiness of God, and the corruption of his own heart, he despairs of being justified by the works of the law.
Herein it is proved that Christ hath not presented
to bis Fathers justice and satisfaction for the sins of all
men; but only for the sins of those that do, or shall believe
in him ; which are his Elect only : And the objections
of those that maintain the contrary are all answered.
This treatise is co-written by Benjamin Coxe
The first part of this deals with the ordinances of the church.