John Owen

 

 

 

Meditations and Discourses on the Glory of Christ,

in His Person, Office, and Grace:

with

The Differences between Faith and Sight;

applied unto the use of them that believe.

 

Contents

Biographical Sketch
Prefatory note
Preface to the Reader

Meditations and Discourses on The Glory of Christ

Chapter 1.

The Explication of the Text.

Chapter 2.

The Glory of the Person of Christ, as the only Representative of God unto the Church.

Chapter 3.

The Glory of Christ in the Mysterious Constitution of His Person.

Chapter 4.

The Glory of Christ in His Assumption of the Office of a Mediator First in His Condescension.

Chapter 5.

The Glory of Christ in His Love.

Chapter 6.

The Glory of Christ in the Discharge of His Mediatory Office.

Chapter 7.

The Glory of Christ in his Exaltation after the Accomplishment of the Work of Mediation in this World.

Chapter 8.

Representations of the Glory of Christ Under the Old Testament.

Chapter 9.

The Glory of Christ in His Intimate Conjunction with the Church.

Chapter 10.

The Glory of Christ in the Communication of Himself to Believers.

Chapter 11.

The Glory of Christ in the Recapitulation of All Things in Him.

Chapter 12.

Differences Between our Beholding the Glory of Christ by Faith in this World and by Sight in Heaven The First of them Explained.

Chapter 13.

The Second Difference Between our Beholding the Glory of Christ by Faith in this World and by Sight in Heaven.

Chapter 14.

Other Differences Between our Beholding the Glory of Christ by Faith in this World and by Sight in Heaven.

Part II

Original Preface

Chapter 1.

An Exhortation to Such as are Not Yet Partakers of Him.

Chapter 2.

The Way and Means of the Recovery of Spiritual Decays, and of Obtaining Fresh Springs of Grace.



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