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The trial and triumph of faith

Author: Samuel Rutherford
Publisher: Edinburgh : Committee of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland for the Publication of the Works of Scottish Reformers and Divines, 1845.
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Genre/Form: Sermons
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Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661.
Trial and triumph of faith.
Edinburgh : Committee of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland for the Publication of the Works of Scottish Reformers and Divines, 1845
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Rutherford
OCLC Number: 3497545
Language Note: Language: English.
Notes: On spine: Rutherford's Triumph of faith.
Description: 406 pages ; 19 cm
Contents: Matthew and Mark reconciled --
Christ took a human will, that he might stoop to God in all things --
How Christ and his grace cannot be hid, in six particulars --
Grace falleth often on the most graceless --
Satan worketh as a natural agent without moderation --
Crying in prayer necessary --
Why Christ is called frequently the Son of David --
The condition of the covenant --
Christ God and man, and our comfort therein --
Parents' affection, their spiritual duty to children --
Every temptation hath its taking power from the seeming goodness of it --
Natural men ... are ignorant of the mystery of an afflicted spirit --
It is a privilege of mercy that Christ is sent to the Jews first --
In what sense Christ came to save the lost --
Eight necessary duties required of a believer under desertion --
National sins may occur to the conscience of the child of God --
Grace maketh quickness and wittiness of heavenly reasoning --
How sins are removed in justification, how not --
The Lord Jesus is so made the sinner in suffering for sin, as there remaineth no sin in the sinner once pardoned, as Antinomians teach, especially Doctor Crispe --
The conscience, in Christ, is freed from sin, that is, from actual condemnation, but not from incurring God's displeasure by the breach of a law, if the believer sin --
The prevalency of instant prayer put forth upon God in eight acts --
Thirteen works, or ingredients of a strong faith and how to discern a weak faith --
The more of the word and the less of reason the stronger faith is --
A stock of grace is within the saints: our grace is not all, and wholly in Christ though it be all from Christ --
Omnipotency hath influence on Satan, disease, stark death, on life itself, mother-nothing, [and] on all creatures --
Christ in four relations hath dominion over devils --
Satan not cast our of a land or a person but by violence.
Responsibility: by Samuel Rutherford.


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