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" Faith justifies a sinner in the sight of God, not because of those other graces which do always accompany it, or of good works that are the fruits of it,' nor as if the grace of faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for his justification;* but... "
The Old Doctrine of Faith Asserted in Opposition to Certain Modern ... - Page 12
by James Carlile - 1823 - 131 pages
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The doctrine of universal pardon considered and refuted, in a ser. of sermons

Andrew Mitchell Thomson - 1830 - 528 pages
...of God ; " Faith justifies a sinner in the sight of God, not because of those other graces which do always accompany it, or of good works that are the...faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for his justification ; but only as it is an instrument, by which he receiveth and applieth Christ and...
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The Marrow of Modern Divinity: In Two Parts ...

Edward Fisher - Antinomianism - 1830 - 432 pages
...righteousness; but," &c. Larg. Catech. Q. 73. " Faith justifies a sinner in the sight of God, not — as if the grace of faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for his justification; but ONLY as it is an instrument by which he recciveth, and applieth Christ and his...
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The Westminster Assembly's Shorter Catechism Explained: By Way of Question ...

James Fisher - Westminster Assembly - 1831 - 408 pages
...Quest. 73. " Faith justifies a sinner in the sight of God, not because of those other graces which do always accompany it, or of good works that are the fruits of it, Gal. iii. 11.; nor as if the grace of faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for his justification,...
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The Contrast: Or, Certain Doctrines of the Protestant Churches, Compared ...

1835 - 286 pages
...Sec. 2. 2. Faith justifies a sinner in the sight of God, not because of those otker graces which do always accompany it, or of good works that are the...faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for his justification, but only as it is an instrument, by which he receiveth and applieth Christ, and...
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Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans: with remarks on the ..., Volume 2

Robert Haldane - 1837 - 616 pages
...Westminster Confession, "justifies a sinner in the sight of God, not because of those other graces which do always accompany it, or of good works that are the...faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for his justification ; but only as it is an instrument, by which he receiveth and applieth Christ and...
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The Vindication,: Containing a History of the Trial of the Rev. Albert ...

George Junkin - Church controversies - 1836 - 200 pages
...sight of God, not because .of those other graces which do always accompany it, or of good works which are the fruits of it; nor as if the grace of faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for his justification, "&c. Here I shall be indulged in a few particulars, (a) Saving faith is a grace....
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The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. - 1839 - 568 pages
...God '? Jl. Faith justifies a sinner in the sight of God, not because of those other graces which do always accompany it, or of good works that are the fruits of it; (1) nor as if the grace of faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for justification ; (2) but...
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The Larger Catechism of the Westminster Assembly: With Proofs from the Scripture

Catechisms, English - 1841 - 224 pages
...of those other graces which do always accompany it, or of good works that are th« fruits of it; (1) nor as if the grace of faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for justification ; (2) but only as it is an instrument, by which he receiveth and applieth Christ and his righteousness....
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Select Practical Writings of Robert Traill

Robert Traill - 1845 - 372 pages
...God ? Ans. Faith justifies a sinner in the sight of God, not because of those other graces which do always accompany it, or of good works, that are the...faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for his justification, — but only as it is an instrument by which he receiveth and applieth Christ and...
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Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans: With Remarks on the Commentaries of ...

Robert Haldane - Bible - 1847 - 780 pages
...Westminster Confession, "justifies a sinner in the sight of God, not because of those other graces which do always accompany it, or of good works that are the...faith, or any act thereof, were imputed to him for his justification ; but only as it is an instrument, by which he receiveth and applieth Christ's righteousness."...
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