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The grace of Christ, or Sinners saved by unmerited kindness.

Author: William S Plumer; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Publication.
Publisher: Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication, [1853]
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Plumer, William S. (William Swan), 1802-1880.
Grace of Christ.
Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication, [1853]
(OCoLC)810299618
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William S Plumer; Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Publication.
OCLC Number: 6906918
Description: 454 pages 19 cm
Contents: Introduction --
All men are sinners --
Sin is a great evil --
How the pious regard sin in themselves and others --
The heart of man is all wrong --
Wicked men are like wicked angels --
Man is utterly helpless --
Without divine grace, men can do nothing but sin --
The corruption of man is hereditary --
Men are guilty --
imputation of Adam's sin --
actual sins --
Self-righteousness is worthless --
man needs a Saviour --
The true notion of grace --
The properties of grace --
it is free, sufficient, unselfish, rich in blessings --
God's grace is also of great antiquity, sovereign and distinguishing God's purpose of grace --
God's Word teaches the doctrines of grace --
the fathers also --
What the martyrs thought --
the reformers --
other good men --
The grace of Christ not different from that of the Father or of the Spirit --
No salvation but by a Redeemer, and no Redeemer but Christ --
The constitution of Christ's person --
His grace therein --
The work and sufferings of Christ --
his active and passive obedience --
The death of Christ --
the atonement --
Justification before God --
Justification --
the pardon of sin by Christ's blood --
Justification --
acceptance in Christ --
Justification --
Christ's righteousness is imputed to believers --
Justification --
imputed righteousness --
additional testimonies The office of faith in justification --
Why good works are necessary --
Regeneration --
Sanctification --
Relative duties --
Temptation --
how to treat it --
The power of divine grace to console --
Afflictions of the righteous --
sayings --
promises --
The righteous shall hold on his way --
The abbreviation of human life --
The believer's victory over death --
the martyrs --
Other examples, ancient and modern --
Females --
missionaries --
The immortality of the soul --
The happy state of God's people immediately after death --
The resurrection of life --
The final judgment --
Eternal glory --
All honour is due to Christ --
Christians long to see Christ --
The danger of rejecting salvation --
The wonders of grace will never cease --
The offers of free grace are to all indiscriminately --
The doctrine of free grace is safe and reforms sinners --
The conclusion --
an offer of life made to the perishing.
Responsibility: By Wm. S. Plumer.

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