Great Biblical Doctrines
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The absolute necessity of the Cross; the analogy of the Old Testament sacrifices; initiated by God's love; some common teaching on the Atonement; and errors explained; the fulfilment of the Law.
The five enemies of man; the substitutionary work of the Lord; the devil defeated at Calvary; change in the heavenly tabernacle.
The new covenant ratified; the significance of the blood of the covenant; our sins forgiven forever; not under law; but under grace; antinomianism disproved; Jesus; our High Priest.
Certain common blessings discussed; even the angels benefit; the cosmic results; the special glory of the God-man; the Holy Spirit given in fulness; His mediatorial kingship explained; the kingdom and the Church. (N.B. Sermon incomplete - last few moments missing)
The Spirit in the common graces; the Spirit strives with man; what makes a man religious?
Special gifts of the Spirit to special men; the formation of the Church as the body of Christ; the importance of the Ascension in the coming of the Spirit; the importance of the house of Cornelius; the reason for Pentecost.
The work of the Holy Spirit; the general call; the effectual call explained; irresistible grace briefly discussed.
The action of the Holy Spirit in regeneration makes the call effectual; definition of Scriptural terms used to describe regeneration; regeneration explained; the importance of disposition; regeneration is instant.
Regeneration related to the effectual call; regenerated man is a new creation; regeneration comes before conversion; the teaching of the Roman Catholics; Anglo-Catholics and Lutherans explained; regeneration is permanent.
How we may know we are regenerate; the four main tests of John; further Scriptural tests; our union with Christ; all the benefits of Christ's work received through this union; regeneration and union must be considered together.