Covenant of Grace

Collection:
Henry Newton Papers, 1842-1900
Title:
Covenant of Grace
Creator:
Newton, Henry, 1823-1913
Date of Original:
1847
Subject:
Bible. Timothy--Sermons
Covenant theology
Presbyterian Church--Georgia
Presbyterian Church U.S.A.--Sermons--19th century
Law (Theology)--Biblical teaching
Sacrifice--Christianity
God (Christianity)--Love
Trust in God--Christianity
People:
Newton, Henry, 1823-1913
Jesus Christ
Location:
United States, Georgia, Banks County, 34.35413, -83.49737
United States, Georgia, Hall County, Bushville
United States, Georgia, Turkey Creek, 32.06434, -83.97685
Medium:
sermons
Type:
Text
Format:
image/jp2
Description:
Sermon written by Reverend Henry Newton based on the verse 2nd Timothy 1:9. Newton begins with recounting a meeting between Paul and Timothy where it is revealed that God always planned to save mankind through Jesus Christ. Newton then discusses this covenant of grace by defining it and asking how its existence can be infered through examples in the Bible. He then describes how Jesus took the conditions of the covenant, perfect obedience and suffering the penalty placed upon the sinful, upon himself. Finally, he describes the promises made by the covenant.
From notes: Sermon on 2 Timothy 1:9. Preached at New Lebanon March 14, 1847; Turkey Creek March 28, 1847; Hebron April 4, 1847
Metadata URL:
https://dlg.usg.edu/record/gcl_hnp_hn-22-2
Digital Object URL:
https://dlg.usg.edu/record/gcl_hnp_hn-22-2#item
IIIF manifest:
https://dlg.usg.edu/record/gcl_hnp_hn-22-2/presentation/manifest.json
Language:
eng
Extent:
6 3/4 x 8 inches ; 29 pages
Holding Institution:
Columbia Theological Seminary
Rights:
Rights Statement information

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