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The Reign of Grace: From Its Rise to Its Consumption (1838 original; edició 2012)

de Abraham Booth (Autor)

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The son of a Nottingham farmer, Abraham Booth (1734-1806) had no formal schooling and taught himself to read and write. He was introduced to the doctrines of grace in 1768, and they completely transformed his faith. They stirred up such a burning love for Christ and his Word that he was prompted to write The reign of grace, which was first published in April of that year. In this work he examines the very nature of divine grace and how it operates in every part of our salvation, dealing with its sovereignty in such subjects as our election, calling, adoption, sanctification, perseverance, leading us eventually to eternal glory. He seeks to humble the pride of man and show that grace, when rightly understood and embraced, leads to a life of love and holiness. But above all, his desire is to glorify God. In this volume Booth is on fire for God, and he wants us to be, as well. The Scottish theologian John Murray regarded it as 'one of the most eloquent and moving expositions of the subject of divine grace in the English language'. Sensitively edited and updated for today's readers, this edition by Richard Inns has remained faithful to Booth's original work and brings it within the reach of any believer who wants to grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. Book jacket.… (més)
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Títol:The Reign of Grace: From Its Rise to Its Consumption
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The son of a Nottingham farmer, Abraham Booth (1734-1806) had no formal schooling and taught himself to read and write. He was introduced to the doctrines of grace in 1768, and they completely transformed his faith. They stirred up such a burning love for Christ and his Word that he was prompted to write The reign of grace, which was first published in April of that year. In this work he examines the very nature of divine grace and how it operates in every part of our salvation, dealing with its sovereignty in such subjects as our election, calling, adoption, sanctification, perseverance, leading us eventually to eternal glory. He seeks to humble the pride of man and show that grace, when rightly understood and embraced, leads to a life of love and holiness. But above all, his desire is to glorify God. In this volume Booth is on fire for God, and he wants us to be, as well. The Scottish theologian John Murray regarded it as 'one of the most eloquent and moving expositions of the subject of divine grace in the English language'. Sensitively edited and updated for today's readers, this edition by Richard Inns has remained faithful to Booth's original work and brings it within the reach of any believer who wants to grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. Book jacket.

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