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THE CONSISTENCY OF THE SINNER'S INABILITY TO
COMPLY WITH THE GOSPEL ; WITH HIS INEX-
CƯSABLE GUILT IN NOT COMPLYING WITH
Printed by GREEN & WATSON, near the Great Bridge:
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Man's Inability to comply with the
H N Ņo Man can come to me, except the Fatber which hath
sent me draw him.
T is, no doubt, of the ļaft importance, that
people should be convinced, and made thoroughly sensible of their impotence and helplesness in themselves, and their entire dependence on divine grace, for salvation.
So long as sinners think they can recommend themselves to the favour of God, by their own righteousness, they will never come unto Christ, that " they might have life.” For “ the whole have no need " of the physician, but they that are sick.” And so long as persons imagine they labour under no insuperable inability, as to complying with the gospel, they will never feel their dependence on him, who alone is able to work in them, the whole good pleasure of his goodness, and