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Mention some of these. Omniscience, omnipresence and eternity of existence. Is the work of creation ever ascribed to Him?
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Yes; the Bible says all things were made by Him. Does not the title "Son of God" indicate to us that Jesus in not the only person that is God? Yes; it suggest to us the Father. Does this imply that there is more than one God? Can we understand the nature of God as thus revealed to us? We cannot; but we can believe and know that it is such as God teaches us. Why can we not understand the nature of God? Because our minds are limited in power, and the glorious mystery of the nature of God is boundless. What should we learn from this? To trust Him, both in what he does and what He teaches. What is a Mediator?
One who leads persons who are at enmity to become friends, or to be reconciled to each other.
Because He comes between man and God, and reconciles them to each other. What offices does Christ discharge as Mediator? The offices of Prophet, Priest and King. Why is Christ called a Prophet? Why is He called a Priest? It was the duty of the Priest to offer sacrifice for sin, and to pray to God to pardon the sinner.
Christ is in both these respects the High Priest of His people. In what sense is He a King? He has no earthly kingdom; but He reigns in the hearts of saints and angels. Is He not King of the universe? He is and hence is called the King of kings and Lord of lords. Will this reign ever be acknowledged by all?
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It will at the judgment day. In what way did He become the sacrifice? He took our sin upon Him and suffered the penalty in our place. Did He suffer in both natures? No; in the human nature only. The Divine nature cannot suffer. Was not the union of the Divine and the human nature necessary in the work of salvation. It was necessary; otherwise the human nature could not have sustained the sufferings it endured.
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For what else was that union necessary? To give value and efficacy to sufferings which, but for that union, would have been those of a mere creature. Why would not the sufferings of a mere creature have sufficed? Because every creature is bound, as his own duty, to do and suffer all that God wills, and therefore can do nothing to secure merit or pardon for others. Of what value is this sacrifice to those for whom He died? It delivers them from the guilt and punishment of all their sins.
To whom does God offer the salvation in Jesus? He has ordered it to be offered to every creature. Are not these terms easy? They are so easy that all who refuse are without excuse. Do all men accept them? They do not; they universally reject them where left without Divine influence. Has God thus left all mankind? He has not; but effectually calls many to the knowledge and belief of His truth. Do those who accept the Gospel deserve any reward for so doing?
No, for their acceptance is entirely due to the grace of God. How will God punish those who reject it? Far more severely than He will those who have never heard it. Upon what grounds will he punish any who have not heard the gospel? Because they, too, are sinners, and have disobeyed the law of God written in their hearts and in nature. Why are they so called? Because God, before the foundation of the world, chose them unto salvation through Christ Jesus. Did God make this choice because He foresaw that these persons would be pious and good people?
He did not; for the goodness and piety of any are due to the influences of the Spirit. Was it, then, because He foresaw that they would believe? On the contrary, it is through His choice that they are led to believe. How may we know if we be of the Elect of God?
Only by perceiving that the Holy Spirit has led us to repentance and faith and loving obedience to God. Ought we not diligently to watch for such assurance of our calling and election? Yes; and besides this we ought to pray to God to give His Spirit thus to work in us.
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What is the first work that the Spirit accomplished in those who are saved? The work of Regeneration. What does the Spirit do in the act of Regeneration? He gives us a new heart, inclined to love and practice holiness. How does Regeneration affect the mind? It enlightens the mind to understand savingly the Word of God. Is Regeneration necessary to salvation? Yes, "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. Are we made perfectly holy in Regeneration? No, this is only attained in our perfect Sanctification. What is meant by our Sanctification? It means our being made holy or free from sin.
What, then, is the Sanctification which we have experienced? It is a change produced by the influences of the Spirit, by which we gradually increase in the love and practice of holiness.
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