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Now he begins to set a high price upon Christ's righteousness ; he sees the need of a Christ in every duty to justify both his person and performances : he cannot live without him ; he cannot pray without him : Christ must go with him ...
Thus the poor soul doth venture on Christ , and resolvedly adhere to him . Before conversion the man made light of Christ ; minded his farm , friends , merchandise , more than Christ ; t now Christ is to him as his necessary food ...
served ; and that no man can be delivereu from hell by his own works , but only by Christ's sufferings unto death ; or be brought into happiness in heaven , but on account of the merits and intercession of Christ .
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I downloaded this free on kindle from Amazon for those that want to read it. I would rate the first two-thirds of the book 5 stars but the final third I found a bit repetitive. There are three parts ... Read full review
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Power and conviction resonate in Joseph Alleine’s Alarm to the Unconverted, a historic reminder of the plight of the unconverted and the absolute necessity for conversion. This incredible discourse ... Read full review