committed to historic Baptist & Reformed beliefs

 

For only faithful men, or believers in Christ, can have fellowship with the saints in a church-state; and none but such can have communion with Christ; for He dwells in the hearts of men by faith, and they live by faith upon Him; and only such have a right to the ordinances of Christ, and can receive benefit by them; unless they believe with all the heart, they have no right to baptism; and unless they have faith in Christ, they cannot discern the Lord?s body in the supper; nor is the gospel preached of any profit to them, not being mixed with faith; so that they are on all accounts unfit for church-membership; and hence we read, that those who were joined to the first church at Jerusalem, were believers.

THE WATCHMAN’S ANSWER TO THE QUESTION WHAT OF THE NIGHT?

THE PRACTICAL IMPROVEMENT OF THE WATCHMAN'S ANSWER

THE GLORY OF THE CHURCH IN THE LATTER DAY

FAITH IN GOD AND HIS WORD

THE SUPREMACY OF PROPHECY

THE AGREEMENT OF THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT

LEVI'S URIM AND THUMMIM, FOUND IN CHRIST

CHRIST A PRIEST AFTER THE ORDER OF MELCHIZEDEK

CHRIST THE SAVIOR

THE FULNESS OF THE MEDIATOR

SERMON  I:  ATTENDANCE IN PLACES OF RELIGIOUS WORSHIP WHERE THE DIVINE NAME IS RECORDED ENCOURAGED, MORNING SERMON

SERMON II:  ATTENDANCE IN PLACES OF RELIGIOUS WORSHIP WHERE THE DIVINE NAME IS RECORDED ENCOURAGED, EVENING SERMON

CHRIST THE SAVIOR FROM THE TEMPEST

NEGLECT OF FERVENT PRAYER, COMPLAINED OF

THE DOCTRINE OF GOSPEL CLEARED FROM THE CHARGE OF LICENTIOUSNESS

THE DOCTRINE OF THE WHEELS IN EZEKIEL'S VISION OPENED AND EXPLAINED

THE LAW ESTABLISHED BY THE GOSPEL

THE LAW IN THE HAND OF CHRIST

THE NECESSITY OF CHRIST MAKING SATISFACTION FOR SIN PROVED AND CONFIRMED

THE QUIET AND EASY PASSAGE OF CHRIST'S PURCHASED PEOPLE THROUGH DEATH TO GLORY

A DISSERTATION CONCERNING THE ETERNAL SONSHIP OF CHRIST, SHEWING BY WHOM IT HAS BEEN DENIED AND OPPOSED, AND BY WHOM ASSERTED AND DEFENDED IN ALL AGES OF CHRISTIANITY.

INFANT BAPTISM A PART AND PILLAR OF POPERY

 

 
 
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