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CONTENTS.

CHAPTER I.

ON SALVATION, REDEMPTION, ETC.

1. Promises of Salvation, and being saved, 9 2. Of Redemption by Christ,

3. Of Justification, Pardon, and Reconcili

ation,

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4. Of Adoption as Children, and Heirs of eternal Life,

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5. Being taught of God, and coming to a Knowledge of his Truth,

6. Of being blessed in God,

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7. Of being healed of Sin as of a Disease, - 23 8. Of being_cleansed and purified from all moral Pollution,

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CHAPTER II.

OBJECTIONS OBVIATED BY SCRIPTURE PROMISES.

1. All will not come to God,

2. We must repent and be born again,
3. This is a probationary state.
no change after death,

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4. The wicked will be exposed to the anger of God world without end,

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5. God will not always be merciful as he now is,

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CHAPTER III.

MISCELLANEOUS PROMISES TO ALL PEOPLE, WITHOUT LIMITS OR CONDITIONS.

In this chapter is shown, among other glorious truths, that Death, the Devil, Sin, and Hell, will be completely destroyed, and 'all mankind be made holy and happy in a state of perfect and unalterable bliss, 43-48

CHAPTER IV.

This chapter contains the remarkable visions of the apostle Peter, and of St. John the Divine. The former saw the universe drawn up to heaven, and the latter heard every intelligent creature of God giving praise unto him who sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb, forever and ever. The comments of Dr. Clarke and of Prof. Stuart are here given to show that these visions relate to and embrace every son and daughter of Adam,

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CHAPTER V,

Containing the five points of Christian Theology; to which is added several additional proofs that God will perform all that he has promised,

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CHAPTER VI,

In which is contained the views of the
Rev. John Wesley, upon the commands
of God. Mr. Wesley, in a sermon upon
Heb. 6:1, endeavors to prove that the
commands are, in all cases, equivalent to
promises; and that God will work in us
to do whatever he has required of us.
To suppose the contrary, he considers the
same as to accuse our heavenly Father of
solemn mockery, calling upon his helpless
creatures to perform what he never pur-
posed they should perform,
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God will not miss of his own Design,
The Creation shall be delivered,
All Flesh shall see the Salvation of God,
The boundless Compassion of God, -
Universal Righteousness,
Universal Deliverance from the empire of

Sin,

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A happy Conclusion,

It is as easy for God to convert a world as one individual soul,

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Unbelief a Sin,
Regeneration a work of Omnipotence,
God can never forget what he has once
promised,

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An universal Remedy for an universal Evil, 92
The extent of God's Grace,

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CHAPTER IX,

The testimony of eminent Unitarians against
the doctrine of eternal punishment, and
in favor of the final restoration of all
mankind to holiness and bliss, 102-106

CHAPTER X,

Containing an answer to the questions-
"Who hath believed our report?" What
great men have received and advocated
it? Who among our collegiate doctors
have espoused and preached, or written
in its defence? and, Who has ever heard
of the doctrine of Universalism till within
a few short years? How, then, can it be
considered as the truth of God? 107-125

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BOOK OF PROMISES.

CHAPTER I.

SALVATION, AND BEING SAVED.

Isa. 52: 10. The Lord hath made bare his . holy arm in the eyes of all the nations; and all the ends of the earth shall see the salvation of our God.

Luke 3:5, 6. Every valley shall be filled, and every mountain and hill shall be brought low; and the crooked shall be made straight, and the rough places shall be made smooth; and all flesh shall see the salvation of God.

Isa. 45 17. Israel shall be saved in the Lord with an everlasting salvation: ye shall not be ashamed nor confounded world without end.

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