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God"s plea for Nineveh, or, London"s precedent for mercy

God"s plea for Nineveh, or, London"s precedent for mercy

delivered in certain sermons within the city of London

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Published by Printed by William Wilson for Thomas Reeve ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mercy -- Sermons,
  • Sermons, English -- 17th century

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    Other titlesLondon"s precedent for mercy
    Statementby Thomas Reeve ..
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 398:16
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[20], 351, [1] p
    Number of Pages351
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15035210M

    Temple Of Divine Mercy TDM, Imo. 65 likes. Blogger.   Look at the Book Our Disobedience and God’s Mercy Romans –32 Septem Close. John Piper @JohnPiper. John Piper is founder and teacher of and chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary. For 33 years, he served as pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    There is nowhere else to begin. God's mercy is the only hope for the salvation of the sinner and the sanctification of the saint. If you take a concordance and look at all the references to the mercy of God, you will soon understand why Andrew Murray called it the greatest wonder of God's nature. He wrote, "The omniscience of God is a wonder. The Book of Jonah. E. Dennett. Christian Friend, vol. 11, , p. Chapter 1. The book of the prophet Jonah stands alone. Its peculiarity is that it does not contain a single prophecy. There is the message to Nineveh — if that can be termed a prophecy — but beyond this there is no record of what Jonah was used to communicate.

    God's mercy is a monumental theme in Scripture, the English word appearing some times in the Bible. The four Hebrew and three Greek words associated with this term appear a total of times and are also translated as "kindness," "lovingkindness," "goodness," "favor," "compassion," and "pity." Of the sixty-six books of the Bible, only sixteen do not use one of these words for mercy. God's plea for Ninevah: or, London's precedent for mercy, delivered in certain sermons, within the city of London London: printed by William Wilson for Thomas Reeve, Uncat f Sherlock, Thomas, Several discourses preached at the Temple Church / by Tho.


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A review with excerpts from the Sermons given in London, and printed A rare original article from the Retrospective Review, God's plea for Nineveh, or, London's precedent for mercy delivered in certain sermons within the city of London / by Thomas Reeve By Thomas ReeveAuthor: Thomas Reeve.

God's Plea for Nineveh, or London's Precedent for Mercy, London,fol.; dedicated to Thomas Rich, citizen of London. An abridgment of this work appeared under the title of London's Remembrancer: a Call and Pattern for true and speedy Repentance, London,4to.

Table of Contents. Jonah’s Anger at God’s Mercy; 2. Jonah’s Basic Problem; 3. God’s Questions to Jonah (Please Read Jonah 4) You will recall that the first lesson in this series on the Book Londons precedent for mercy book Jonah pointed out three great characteristics of God: (1) God’s mercy, (2) God’s sovereignty, and (3) God.

The word of the Lord came to Jonah [the second time] saying, “Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city, and proclaim to it the message that I tell you.” And Jonah arose: The word of the Lord came to Jonah the son of Amittai, saying, “Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city, and denounce it/declare doom on it; for their wickedness has come up before Me.” And Jonah.

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Wiffen | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Taschenbuch. He does that because he realises that apart from God’s character, and in particular his mercy, he is unable to approach the throne.

He needs mercy, in fact, more than anything. That is one of his very first pleas in verse 3. Well, we’re going to concentrate on verses 5, 6 and 7 to understand more about God’s mercy.

‘God's Plea for Nineveh, or London's Precedent for Mercy,’ London,fol.; dedicated to Thomas Rich, citizen of London. An abridgment of this work appeared under the title of ‘London's Remembrancer: a Call and Pattern for true and speedy Repentance,’ London,4to.

Not only was Nineveh a Gentile city, it was the major city of Assyria, the great enemy of Israel and Judah, and it represents the epitome of wickedness. Both the Lord’s first and second calls to Jonah to go to Gentile Nineveh (–2; –2) signify God’s universal love and concern over all nations.

But precious and enduring and necessary is the mercy of God, it is, like most gifts, subject to abuse. Some fear his mercy. Some take it for granted. Fearing God's Mercy. Consider the case of Jonah.

He was given a commission to preach the word of the Lord to Nineveh. He refused. The Point of Christianity: To Glorify the Mercy of God in Christ. Let me give you one reason for this and an application.

The reason Christianity must build our lifestyle on God’s mercy in Jesus Christ is that the whole point of Christianity is to glorify the mercy of God in Christ. We exist to put the glory of God’s mercy in Christ on display.

The book (of Jonah) emphasizes God’s grace both to Nineveh and to Jonah. Though Nineveh was a wicked city, God gave the inhabitants opportunity to be spared.

Though Jonah was a rebellious servant, God forgave him, used him, and tenderly sought to help him overcome his anger. O God of mercy, hear our plea. CHORUS Abba, Father, our Redeemer In this barren land be our hope and strength Until glory we will trust and sing Abba, Father, hear our plea.

VERSE 3 We join creation’s longing groan To take Your ransomed children home For then the eyes of all will see The God of mercy hears our plea. God’s rod of mercy is ever in his hands outstretched; his sword of justice is in its scabbard, held down by that pierced hand of love which bled for the sins of men.

and today that lion can be seen in the British Museum in London. a specialist on Nineveh and Babylon, made this comment in his book Discoveries Among the Ruins of Nineveh.

O God of mercy, hear our plea. CHORUS Abba, Father, our Redeemer In this barren land be our hope and strength Until glory we will trust and sing Abba, Father, hear our plea.

VERSE 3 We join creation’s longing groan To take Your ransomed children home For then the eyes of all will see. 1) Nineveh had a special merit in God’s memory bank, as it were, even after a great passage of time.

Importantly, God is concerned with all his creatures, Jew and non-Jew alike. We are all. I N this Book we have a very me∣morable and instructive History. The Prophet Jonah, whose Name the Book bears, was call'd of GOD to go to Nineveh, the Ca∣pital of the Assyrian Monarchy, and cry against it—: He cri∣minally attempted to fly from the Presence of the Lord, by going to Joppa, and from thence to Tarshish; but that GOD whom the Winds and Sea obey, raised such a Storm as made.

God is rich in mercy (Exodus ­7) with an inexhaustible love for everyone. In the beautiful portrayal of the father in the Parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke ­32), Jesus reveals how our heavenly Father is always ready to run out to meet His repentant, wayward sons with an embrace of love.

There are others who argue that Jonah, a fervent patriot, a prophet foreseeing the destruction of the Northern Kingdom of Israel by the Assyrians, and knowing that He is a gracious God and compassionate, long-suffering and abundant in mercy (Jon.

), feared that if he called on Nineveh to repent he might succeed. A mother once approached Napoleon seeking a pardon for her son. The emperor replied that the young man had committed a certain offense twice and justice demanded death.

"But I don't ask for justice,? the mother explained. "I plead for mercy.? "But your son does not deserve mercy,? Napoleon replied. "Sir,? the woman cried, "it would not be mercy if he deserved it, and mercy is all I .