Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . V91.. II. & SERMON SERMON II. A Sinlefs PerfeSiion and Security of Sal-vation^ no Prerogative of a Regene-^rate State, I John iii. 9, 10. Whofoever is born of God^ doth not co?n-mitSin^for his Seedre?naineth in Him-:,and He cannot Jin^ hecaufeHe is born ofGod, In this the Children of God ar&manifefl^ and the Children of the De-vil: Whofoever doeth not Righteoufnefsyis not of God^ neither He that lovethnot his Brother* O R the right underflanding ofthefe Words, it will be properto note fomething

Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . V91.. II. & SERMON SERMON II. A Sinlefs PerfeSiion and Security of Sal-vation^ no Prerogative of a Regene-^rate State, I John iii. 9, 10. Whofoever is born of God^ doth not co?n-mitSin^for his Seedre?naineth in Him-:,and He cannot Jin^ hecaufeHe is born ofGod, In this the Children of God ar&manifefl^ and the Children of the De-vil: Whofoever doeth not Righteoufnefsyis not of God^ neither He that lovethnot his Brother* O R the right underflanding ofthefe Words, it will be properto note fomething Stock Photo
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Sermons on several important subjects of religion and morality : to which are added two tracts ... . V91.. II. & SERMON SERMON II. A Sinlefs PerfeSiion and Security of Sal-vation^ no Prerogative of a Regene-^rate State, I John iii. 9, 10. Whofoever is born of God^ doth not co?n-mitSin^for his Seedre?naineth in Him-:, and He cannot Jin^ hecaufeHe is born ofGod, In this the Children of God ar&manifefl^ and the Children of the De-vil: Whofoever doeth not Righteoufnefsyis not of God^ neither He that lovethnot his Brother* O R the right underflanding ofthefe Words, it will be properto note fomething of the Occa-fion and De%n of them, io faras may be probably learned fromChurch-Hiftory. The Apoftle had faid but. Vol. II, B 2 two ^o Sinlefs PerfeSiion no Prerogative two Verfes before, Little Children, let no Mandeceive you: He that doth Righteoujhefs is righ-teous, even as He [that is, Chr ist] is righteous.It feems, there were fome at that Time ofDay, who prefumed to think Themfelves righ-teous^ and borh of God, without the Fra6lice ofHolinefs j and They had endeavoured to feduceOthers into that ftrange and abfurd, or ratherwicked, Perfwaiion. Therefore faid the Apo-ftle, to his own Converts, or Followers, Lit-tle Children, let no Man deceive you, that is tofay, by fair Speeches, plaulible Inliriuations, orfalfe Colourings. Thofe Deceivers^ probably, were fome Difciples of Simon Magus:For That Impoftor had taught, that Men arefaved by Grace only, without any Regard togood Works *. As if Gofpel-Righteoufnefs were noneceflary Condition for the enjoying Gofpel-Pri^vileges; or as if Men might be born of God^and become Heirs of Salvation, independentof Chriftian Holinefs, though Scripture is ex-pre

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