The following excerpt is from Andrew Fuller’s sermon, “The Magnitude of the Heavenly Inheritance” (Romans 8:18–23): The terms by which the resurrection of believers is expressed, namely, “the adoption,” and “the redemption of our body,”
Andre Fuller writes cruelty of being partial to men.
“Respecting benevolence, or good-will to men, in order to be genuine, it must consist with love to God. There is such a thing as partiality to men, with respect to the points in which they
“Further, it ought to be considered that, in worshipping the Son of God, we worship him not on account of that wherein he differs from the Father, but on account of those perfections which we
Andrew Fuller answers opponents that would attempt to divide God the Father from God the Son.
Andrew Fuller writes on why the glory of God must be the highest end of creation.
Andrew Fuller writes on why loving God supremely is required because God is supreme.
Andrew Fuller writes on the nature of blessings and misery.
Andrew Fuller shows how the glory of God and the happiness of men are not at variance.
“A capacity to resent an injury is not always considered as a blemish, even in a private character; if it be governed by justice, and aimed at the correction of evil, it is generally allowed