goodness of God by Leon Roth

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Published by Printed by Unwin Bros. in London .

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  • God -- Goodness.,
  • Spiritual life.

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StatementLeon Roth.
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Paginationp. 503-515 ;
Number of Pages515
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Open LibraryOL18707967M

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His benevolence, however, is a more generalized display of goodness that is not the love that leads to salvation. God’s special love for His people also manifests His goodness.

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) leads us to repentance. Notice with me several things about the goodness of God. GRACE- that unmerited favor that God through His love has extended to us.

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