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Duty Faith, Foreman

Preface

23 Nov 2020, by

“Duty Faith”, By John Foreman, Minister of Mount Zion Chapel, London, 1860

Preface

These Letters, by Mr. John Foreman, ought to be read by all the Churches in Christendom. They are a wholesome handful of meal, suited to counter act the deadly poison passed off for Gospel in the present day. Never was decision…

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Sir,

I am, from the truth, example, and authority of the New Testament word of God, a Strict Baptist communionist, knowing most assuredly, that no man, living under the profession of the name of Christ, can really regard and solemnly take that holy word for the standard of his faith and sole rule of his life, and not be so. But having, on the 17th of December last, received some papers, in the form of…

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You consider that the obligation of every man to believe unto salvation, depends on ‘The rule of universal obedience, which is the very essence of God’s law.’ This is a most sorry huddling together of things which are fundamentally dissimilar in their…

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Adam Covenant

23 Nov 2020, by

There is properly, nothing without covenant system and order, of all things that are of God with man; whether they be gifts or claims, obligations or blessings. For when the Lord made Adam, and the whole human race in him as their head, he made a covenant with him, Gen 2:15-17, and according to which he gave him the good of Eden, and thereby all the good of pure…

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Abraham Covenant

23 Nov 2020, by

God made a covenant with Abraham, by which he gave to him and his seed the land of Canaan, and all the good thereof. The whole race of Adam universally were never within this covenant with Abraham and his seed, nor intended to be so; and so they, accordingly, were never universally partakers of its peculiar form of privileges, and so, accordingly, were not under its peculiar form of obligations to obey its…

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