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ON

UNBELIEF.

CHAP. I.

Introductory Observations.

1. UNBELIEF is a sin predominant in every unrenewed heart. It is natural to us; being the patrimony received from our first parents. To produce this evil disposition in the minds of Adam and Eve, was evidently Satan's grand aim in that crafty parley, which he carried on with them in Paradise. See Gen. iii. 1-5. As their fall began in a discrediting of the divine threatenings, so unbelief in natural men occasions a disregard to the whole of the divine testimony respecting them. There is no fear of God before their eyes. Rom. iii. 18. And as unbelief takes off all restraint from the soul, and frees it from any dread of the misery threatened against sinners, it hesitates not to pursue evil, as the object of its choice. This choice was the immediate fruit of unbelief in Adam and Eve,

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