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Charnock, Stephen, 1628-1680.
Works of the late Rev. Stephen Charnock ... With a prefatory dedication and memoir.
London, Printed for Baynes [etc.]; Leeds, Robinson, Son, and Holdsworth, 1815-16
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Stephen Charnock; Edward Parsons
|Description:||9 volumes frontispiece (portrait) 22 cm|
|Contents:||I. The existence of God. Practical atheism. The spirituality of God, and spiritual worship. The eternity of God. The immutability of God. The omnipresence of God.--II. The knowledge of God. The wisdom of God. The power of God. The holiness of God.--III. The goodness of God. The dominion of God. The patience of God. The providence of God.--IV. The providence of God, concluded. The necessity of regeneration. The nature of regeneration. The efficient of regeneration.--V. The efficient of regeneration. The instrument of regeneration. The author of reconciliation. The knowledge of God.--VI. The knowledge of God. The knowledge of God in Christ. Conviction of sin. Unbelief the greatest sin. The misery of unbelievers. Who are unbelievers.--VII. The Lord's supper. The subjects of the Lord's supper. Unworthily receiving of the Lord's supper. Self-examination. The knowledge of Christ crucified. Christ our Passover. Voluntariness of Christ's death. The acceptableness of Christ's death. The necessity of Christ's death. The necessity of Christ's exaltation. The pardon of sin. VIII. The intercession of Christ. The object of fatih. The virtue of the blood of Christ. Christian obedience. The afflictions of believers. The removal of the gospel. Weak grace victorious. Mercy received. Mortification. Sinful thoughts. The stability of the church.--IX. On the popish plot. Delight in prayer. Mourning for the sins of others. Comfort in the time of travail. Sins of the regenerate. Man's enmity to God. Mercy for the chief of sinners. Table of Scriptures illustrated in the work. General index.|
|Responsibility:||by Edward Parsons.|