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Get this from a library. The gospel, worthy of all acceptation, or, The duty of sinners to believe in Jesus Christ: with corrections and additions: to which is added, an appendix, on the question, whether the existence of any holy disposition of heart be necessary in order to believing in Christ.

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The third Warrant and special Motive to believe in Christ, is the strait and awful command of God, charging all the hearers of the gospel to approach to Christ in the order set down by him, and to believe in him; holden forth, 1 John iii. Mr. Booth, therefore, published, inhis first edition of "Glad Tidings to perishing Sinners;" the object of which is to prove that "the genuine gospel contains a complete warrant for the ungodly to believe in Jesus." This is a proposition which Mr.

But what of the charge that offering the Gospel to those who are not elect is in fact turning belief into a duty to be obeyed, a duty which in God’s sovereign choice they cannot possibly respond to. First, Spurgeon was absolutely clear (and correct) that the Gospel is a command and that rejecting the Gospel in unbelief is a sin.

The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation, or the Duty of Sinners to Believe in Jesus Christ, By Andrew Fuller Concluding Reflections [p. ] FIRST, Though faith be a duty, the requirement of it is not to be considered as a mere exercise of AUTHORITY, but of INFINITE GOODNESS, binding us to pursue our best interest.

If a message of peace were sent. Hardshells today do not believe that the warrant to believe is to be found in the Gospel itself, or in the word of God, and that all men are responsible with what they do with the Gospel Spurgeon said: "My opponents will say, “The sinner must have an awakened conscience before he is warranted to believe on Christ.”.

We admit that regenerated sinners are empowered and commanded to believe in Jesus, and that they ought so to do (Page.

PART 2 - Duty-Faith, How Proved: “Is it (asks the late Dr. John Campbell in his Theology for Bible Classes and Christian Families) the duty of all who hear the gospel to believe it. Further, we are preaching the gospel to sinners properly, only when we are convinced of the truth of such a desire in God and say so very clearly.

We can only persuade sinners to be reconciled to God when we are persuaded that God not only delights in their salvation, but he actually desires it.

The Will of God and Our Preaching ← ⤒ 🔗. I believe that the tendency of that preaching which puts the warrant for faith anywhere but in the gospel command, is to vex the true penitent, and to console the hypocrite; the tendency of it is to make the poor soul which really repents, feel that he must not believe in Christ, because he sees so much of his own hardness of heart.

The Gospel itself is your warrant, for so to trust Christ is exactly what the Gospel asks you to do. This is what Christ Himself pleads with you to do – Matt.

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; Rev. – and surely Christ’s own invitation to your soul is far better than any dreams or visions or frames or feelings. Glad Tidings to Perishing Sinners By Abraham Booth [p. ] Glad Tidings to perishing Sinners; or, The genuine Gospel a complete Warrant for the Ungodly to believe in Jesus.

By Abraham Booth. London: Printed for the Author, and sold by W. Buttop, Paternoster-row, and T.

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The Gospel runs thus: "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved. He that believeth not shall be damned." Faith in Christ then is a commanded duty as well as a blessed privilege, and what a mercy it is that it is a duty; because there never can be any question but that a man has a right to do his duty.

“In our own day certain preachers assure us that a man must be regenerated before we may bid him believe in Jesus Christ; some degree of a work of grace in the heart being, in their judgment, the only warrant to believe. This also is false.

It takes away a gospel for sinners and offers us a gospel. If you read the book of Romans beginning from Romans 1, Paul states that he is not ashamed of the Gospel because the righteousness of God is revealed in it. To deny his duty to believe the Gospel is to deny his duty to acknowledge God's righteousness and, hence, is to call into question whether or not God is righteous in condemning him.

What Is Duty Faith And Is It Biblical. Introduction We need to start this study by defining the term “duty faith”. Duty faith is the teaching that it is the duty or obligation towards God of the natural man (unregenerated person) to believe unto eternal salvation, even if it is impossible for him to do so in his spiritually dead condition.

Or to put it another way, it is the duty of the. Duty faith tries to lay on men an obligation to believe when they cannot, and a warrant to believe what they know not.

Suppose a preacher berates his congregation: “It is your duty to trust in Christ. It is your responsibility to have faith in the sacrifice He has made.” “Do it.

Edwards’ distinction between moral and natural ability/inability was seized on by Fuller as a way of understanding both how sinners have the duty to respond to the preaching of the gospel and why Christians have the responsibility to offer the gospel to all indiscriminately.

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InFuller wrote a book that would be published four years later. Love this book and loved reading it again. An account of Spurgeon's passionate defence of the universal gospel invitation.

The warrant for responding to the gospel is not a man's feelings or his sense of being elect, but simply the invitation to come to Christ/5(31). Last night we looked at the glory of the gospel from the perspective of the apostle Paul, and we viewed his own life from the vantage point of one who grasped the glory of the gospel, and how it affe.In his book "What Gospel Standard Baptists Believe", J.H.

Gosden clarifies that this article is not meant to minimize the sin of unbelief. He understood this article to be a denial that man is duty bound to believe "each individual is himself" included in the redemption work of Christ and he affirmed that man is "inexcusable in his unbelief. Soon, Fuller presented Christ’s death and New Testament gospel preaching as opening “a door of hope to sinners of the human race as sinners; affording a ground for their being invited, without distinction, to believe and be saved.

” (, italics original) In this context, Fuller, reflecting on JohnMatthewand John