Category Archives: Doctrines of Grace

The Purpose of God

The purpose of God is the sovereign cause of all that good that is in man, and of all that external, internal and eternal good that comes to man. Not works past, for men are chosen from everlasting; not works … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of Total Depravity

The doctrine of total depravity is a very humbling one. It is not that man leans to one side and needs propping up, nor that he is merely ignorant and requires instructing, nor that he is run down and calls … Continue reading

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The Absolute Sovereignty Of Divine Grace

Nothing more riles the natural man and brings to the surface his innate and inveterate enmity against God than to press upon him the eternality, the freeness, and the absolute sovereignty of Divine grace. That God should have formed His … Continue reading

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The New Hampshire Confession Of Faith

The New Hampshire Confession of Faith This Confession was drawn up by the Rev. John Newton Brown, D. D., of New Hampshire about 1833, and was adopted by the New Hampshire Convention, and widely accepted by Baptists, especially in the … Continue reading

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Proclaim The Name Of The LORD

God’s glory and his name consist fundamentally in his propensity to show mercy and his sovereign freedom in its distribution.  Or to put it more precisely, it is the glory of  God in his essential nature mainly to dispense mercy … Continue reading

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