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GOSPEL WORTHY OF ALL
THE DUTY OF SINNERS TO BELIEVE IN
BY REV. ANDREW FULLER.
ABRIDGED BY THE LONDON RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY.
PUBLISHED BY THE
AMERICAN DOCTRINAL TRACT SOCIETY.
PERKINS AND MARVIN, Agents.
The original Work contains various references to other writers, and answers to objections: these are omitted, as not necessary in a reprint which is intended for general use at the present time.
The subject shown to be important, stated and, ex-
Prop. III. Though the Gospel, strictly speak-
Prop. IV. The want of faith in Christ is ascribed
Prop. V. God has threatened and inflicted the
Prop. VI. Other spiritual exercises, which sus-
GOSPEL OF CHRIST
WORTHY OF ALL ACCEPTATION, &c.
WHEREIN THE SUBJECT IS SHOWN TO BE IM
PORTANT, STATED, AND EXPLAINED.
God, having blessed mankind with the glorious Gospel of his Son, hath spoken much in his word, as it might be supposed he would, of the treatment which it should receive from those to whom it was addressed. A cordial reception of it is called, in Scripture, receiving Christ, allowing him, believing in him, &c.; and the contrary, refusing, disallowing, and rejecting him; and those who thus reject him are, in so doing, said to judge themselves unworthy of everlasting life. John i. 12. iii. 16. Psa. cxviii. 22. Matt. xxi. 42. 1 Peter ii. 7. Acts xiii. 46. These are things on which the New Testament largely insists : great stress is there laid on the reception of the truth. The same lips which commissioned the apostles to go and preach the Gospel to every creature, added, He that BELIEVETH AND IS BAPTIZED, SHALL BE SAVED; BUT HE THAT BELIEVETH NOT, SHALL BE DAMNED. To as many as RECEIVED HIM, to