This glorious doctrine carefully expounded, in detail. Total depravity; unconditional election; limited atonement; irresistible grace; the perseverance of the saints. (set of 11 messages)
These two vital doctrines as set out in this amazing chapter.
The vital relationship between election and a life of holiness.
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Christ died for some (the elect), but not for all men.
Christ loved, and died for, the elect – not for all men. The doctrine of Particular Redemption, or Limited Atonement.
The wonderful doctrine of redemption by Christ, drawn out of Psa. 49:6-10: the meaning of redemption; the inability of any but Christ to redeem; etc.
The popular, but false, concept of regeneration exposed, and the biblical teaching stated.
How the Lord uses His Word, and afflictions, to bring men to repentance for their sins.
A series of sermons on justification by faith, from a verse-by-verse study of the subject in Romans. (set of 11 messages)
Justification by faith is the heart of the Gospel. What it is; who is justified, and when; how one is justified; effects.
Multitudes are claiming to be Christians, but the true believer gives evidence that he is converted. Will remove much confusion. (set of 2 messages)
2 Thess.2:13: “chosen to salvation through sanctification of the Spirit”. The elect are chosen to be holy. Without holiness no man shall see the Lord.
Gen.22:1-14. In addition to showing what true faith is, this message shows how Abraham’s act wonderfully typified Jn.3:16: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son.”
What happens to children dying in infancy? The purpose of this sermon is to examine as much as the Bible reveals.
A sermon based on Jas.2:18.
A sermon based on 2 Thess.1:11 and 1 Thess.1:3: what faith is; the work of faith; what faith works by.
Various biblical terms explained: predestination, election, foreknowledge, propitiation, atonement, reconciliation, remission, redemption, righteousness, regeneration, conversion, justification, salvation, etc. (set of 6 messages)
The danger of smothering its essence and simplicity under the weight of other things; we must, as little children, always be thrilled with the good news of salvation by a crucified Saviour.
The eternal Covenant of Grace between the Father, Son and Holy Spirit concerning the salvation of the elect is a glorious doctrine, of immense benefit and comfort to the believer. (set of 7 messages)
The covenant made with Adam in his innocence: which covenant he broke, plunging mankind into misery. (set of 2 messages)
The covenant made after Adam fell. This and the following “subordinate covenants” reveal various aspects of the glorious Covenant of Grace.
The covenant made with Noah. Reveals various aspects of the glorious Covenant of Grace. (set of 2 messages)
The covenant made with Abraham. Reveals various aspects of the glorious Covenant of Grace. (set of 6 messages)
The covenant made with Israel at Mt Sinai. Reveals various aspects of the glorious Covenant of Grace. (set of 3 messages)
The covenant made with David. Reveals various aspects of the glorious Covenant of Grace. (set of 6 messages)
This glorious covenant is the new administration of the eternal Covenant of Grace. (set of 7 messages)
The doctrines of election and irresistible grace illustrated in the account of Solomon taking an Egyptian wife.
The young girl who directed her heathen master to God’s prophet for the good of his body and soul. Illustrates the truth of Rom. 8:28 and teaches predestination and election.
A sermon based on Psa. 18:35. The Lord’s gentleness in saving His people.
A sermon from 2 Sam.9, in which elect sinners are typified
A sermon from Exod. 33:18-23: divine sovereignty in salvation; Christ the cleft Rock, in whom God places His elect. The grace and beauty of salvation.
A sermon from Phil. 1:17: what the Gospel is; what it must be defended from; who must defend it; and how.