Particular Baptist Forefathers Sovereign Grace Reformed
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TITLE: THE MARROW OF TRUE JUSTIFICATION, OR JUSTIFICATION WITHOUT WORKS
Read by Jeff Massey
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Benjamin Keach was a leader among the 17th century English Particular Baptists and a pastor of a Particular Baptist Church meeting at Horsly-Down in Southwark for 36 years. He also represented the church at Horsly-Down at the 1689 General Assembly, which adopted what has become known as the Second London Baptist Confession.
In this fourth and final reading from The Marrow of True Justification, Keach provides further scriptural proofs and arguments to confirm the doctrine that all works done by the creature are excluded from justification. Keach also shows that the Doctrine of Justification by Faith in Christ Alone does not lead to lawlessness (Antinomianism).
Great Sermon! I love what this author says about faith. He says that faith is the fruit of Christ purchase. I love faith being described that way. He is the vine and we are the branches, we can do nothing apart from Him. This series on justification has refreshed my soul, and brought a joy to my heart. I'm so grateful for Benjamin Keach and this body of work that he did so long ago and the blessing it continues to pour out upon everyone who hears it. Something else he wrote was "Would you cleanse yourelf of your sins and then come to the fountain of His blood to be washed? So many people think they need to clean up their lives before coming to Chirst, that is really a big misunderstanding of the gospel.
Benjamin Keach was a leader among the 17th century English Particular Baptists and a pastor of a Particular Baptist Church meeting at Horsly-Down, Southwark for 36 years. He also represented the church at Horsly-Down at the 1689 General Assembly, which adopted what has become known as the...