The Unfolding Mystery Of The Divine Name

Author: Michael P. Knowles
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
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... but all to come to repentance” The author acknowledges his dependence for
such ideas upon Paul (“Regard the forbearance [makrothymia] of our Lord as
salvation So also our beloved brother Paul wrote to you” [2 Pet 3:15]), although
here and elsewhere the letter for the most part simply repeats traditional Jewish
doctrines28 But the ultimate focus of his argument is not on the delay of divine
judgment or justice per se, or even on the opportunity for repentance that such
delay affords ...

A Discourse Concerning The Divine Providence

Author: William Sherlock
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So that it is no reasonable Objection against the Justice of Providence, That God
does not immediately Reward all great and virtuous Actions, nor immediately
punish Wickedness ; for a Sovereign Justice is under no Obligation to do this : All
that we can expect from the Divine Justice is, That good Men shall be rewarded,
and the wicked punished ; and that whenever God does reward or punish, good
Men shall have no reason to complain, that their Reward was delayed j nor bad
Men ...

A Discourse Concerning The Divine Providence Under The Following Heads By William Sherlock

Author: William Sherlock
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So that it is no reasonable Objećtion against the Justice of Providence, that God
does not immediately reward all great and virtuous Aëtions, nor immediately
punish Wickedness; for a sovereign Justice is under no Obligation to do this. All
that we can expect from the Divine Justice is, that good Men shall be rewarded,
and the wicked punished; and that whenever God does reward or punish, good
Men shall have no Reason to complain that their Reward was delayed, nor bad
Men to ...

A Discourse Concerning The Divine Providence A New Edition Corrected

Author: William Sherlock
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So that it is no reasonable objection against the justice of Providence that God
does not immediately reward all great and virtuous actions, nor immediately
punish wickedness: for a sovereign justice is under no obligation to do this. All
that we can expect from the Divine Justice is, that good men shall be rewarded,
and the wicked punished; and that, whenever God does reward or punish, good
men shall have no reason to complain that their reward was delayed, nor bad [sin
to glory in ...

A Discourse Concerning The Divine Providence The Fifth Edition With A Portrait

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pence for their fufferings, and glory in thofe very fufferings which will have fo great
a reward Thus let us confider God as the fupreme and abfolute judge of the world
: Now a fovereign and abfolute judge muft do that which is juft, but he is tied up by
no rules or formalities of law, as inferior minifters of justice are ; if he reward the
good, and punish the wicked, he may do it at what time, and in what manner he
pleafes : he is under no rule but his own fovereign will and wifdom. When men ...

The Pilgrim Papers

Author: Milton F. Sanders
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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TIME DELAY OF DIVINE JUSTICE Divine justice can act instantaneously or be
tempered by mercy. Such ministry of Divine mercy provides for a delay of
execution of final sentence, a time lag between charge and verdict. If the
individual spirit truly desires to be good, this gives time for the recognition of
spiritual missteps. If not, one has the time to become aware of their shortcomings
and make amends. Divine mercy justifies any length of time delay in the
execution of justice as long as it ...

A Discourse Concerning The Divine Providence The Fifth Edition With A Portrait

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So that it is no reasonable Objection against he Jufli'ce of Prdvidence, That God
does not vmniediately ReWard all great and virtuous Actims, nor immediately
punish Wickedness z fOr a Sovereign' Justice is under' no obligation to do his: All
that we can expect from' the Divine 'ustice is', That good Men shall be rewarded,"
md the wicked punished; and that whenever Sod does reward or punish, good
Men shall tave' no reason tocomplain, that their Reward was delayed; nor bad
Men to ...