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The Mercies of a Covenant God

by John Warburton

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God be merciful to me a sinner was the cry of John Warburton on discovering and realizing he ruined lost condition before God. He knew and felt the condemnation of God against him. He knew of no way but to mend his ways, repent to find mercy. He could think of no other way to save his soal but by mending his life, doing his duty and pleasing God. This book, "Mercies of a Covent God" tells the life story of John Warburton,  of his call by grace, and becoming a Particular Baptists ministry in England. This book is not dry or intellectual Calvinism but experiential Christian experience. Teaching the way of salvation as Gods way, Father, Son and Holy Spirit engaged in covenant to save not to propose salvation but call by grace.  Faith alone in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ, his atoning blood, and imputed righteousness are clearly taught be blessings of grace.This is recommended read for Preterits as it is important, in order to have a correct understanding of Last things,  we must have a correct view of first things, i.e. the beginnings to understand last things.The Soteriology of John Warburton, like all Particular Baptists in the, is Calvinistic, but not textbook Calvinism. It is felt that a correct view of the way of salvation is important to understand eschatology,  correctly and not in a dry textbook way. True religion is more than notion, Something must be known and felt.  This book also contains short bibliographies of the hymn writers that are quoted in this book… (more)
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God be merciful to me a sinner was the cry of John Warburton on discovering and realizing he ruined lost condition before God. He knew and felt the condemnation of God against him. He knew of no way but to mend his ways, repent to find mercy. He could think of no other way to save his soal but by mending his life, doing his duty and pleasing God. This book, "Mercies of a Covent God" tells the life story of John Warburton,  of his call by grace, and becoming a Particular Baptists ministry in England. This book is not dry or intellectual Calvinism but experiential Christian experience. Teaching the way of salvation as Gods way, Father, Son and Holy Spirit engaged in covenant to save not to propose salvation but call by grace.  Faith alone in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ, his atoning blood, and imputed righteousness are clearly taught be blessings of grace.This is recommended read for Preterits as it is important, in order to have a correct understanding of Last things,  we must have a correct view of first things, i.e. the beginnings to understand last things.The Soteriology of John Warburton, like all Particular Baptists in the, is Calvinistic, but not textbook Calvinism. It is felt that a correct view of the way of salvation is important to understand eschatology,  correctly and not in a dry textbook way. True religion is more than notion, Something must be known and felt.  This book also contains short bibliographies of the hymn writers that are quoted in this book

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