Gift Guide


1 Cor. xii. 1 opened -- Pneumatika, spiritual gifts -- Their grant
unto, use and abuse in, that church -- Jesus, how called "anathema" --
Impiety of the Jews -- How called "Lord" --The foundation of church
order and worship -- In what sense we are enabled by the Spirit ...
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1 Cor. xii. 1 opened -- Pneumatika, spiritual gifts -- Their grant
unto, use and abuse in, that church -- Jesus, how called "anathema" --
Impiety of the Jews -- How called "Lord" --The foundation of church
order and worship -- In what sense we are enabled by the Spirit to call
Jesus "Lord" -- The Holy Spirit the author of all gifts -- why called
"God," and "The Lord" -- General distribution of spiritual gifts --
Proper end of their communication -- Nine sorts of gifts -- Abuse of
them in the church -- Their tendency unto peace and order -- General
design of the ensuing discourse concerning the Spirit and his
dispensation -- Importance of the doctrine concerning the Spirit of God
and his operations -- Reasons hereof -- Promise of the Spirit to supply
the absence of Christ, as to his human nature -- Concernment thereof --
Work of the Spirit in the ministration of the gospel -- All saving good
communicated unto us and wrought in us by him -- Sin against the Holy
Ghost irremissible -- False pretences unto the Spirit dangerous --
Pretences unto the spirit of prophecy under the Old Testament -- Two
sorts of false prophets: the first; the second sort -- Pretenders under
the New Testament -- The rule for the trial of such pretenders, 1 John
iv. 1-3 -- Rules to this purpose under the Old and New Testaments
compared -- A false spirit, set up against the Spirit of God, examined
-- False and noxious opinions concerning the Spirit, and how to be
obviated --Reproaches of the Spirit and his work -- Principles and
occasions of the apostasy of churches under the law and gospel --
Dispensation of the Spirit not confined to the first ages of the church
-- The great necessity of a diligent inquiry into the things taught
concerning the Spirit of God and his work.
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  • BN ID: 2940012377968
  • Publisher: New Century Books
  • Publication date: 4/2/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,209,748
  • File size: 7 MB

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