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And to the same sense are the words' of Seneca, “There never was a nation so
dissolute and abandoned, so lawless and immoral, as to believe there is no God.
” So AFlianusz relates, “None of the barbarous nations ever fell into atheism, ...
8. Roin . ii . 8 , 9. they are also represented as unbelievers ; He that belicveth not
the Son , shall not see life ; but the wrath of God abideth on him : he that does not
believe that Christ is the Son of God , that he is the VIcssiah and Saviour of men ...
... and unless almighty power and grace go along with the means they have , they
cannot believe ; whereby the decrees ... and left as such ; when , to those who
are a chosen generation , he is a precious Corner - Stone , and they believe in ...
Faith is not the cause of vocation , and much less of election , which precedes
that : the reason why men are called , is not because they believe , but they are
called that they might be . lieve ; in which effectual call faith is given to them , as
nation ; the reason why others believe is , because they are ordained to eternal
life , have a justifying righteousness provided for them , and are justified by it ,
and shall never enter into condemnation : the reason why any are justified , is not
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