by Thomas Goodwin
A discourse of the several parts which the three persons of the Godhead bear in the accomplishment of our salvation, and that they have taken on them several works appropriate to them therein.—And the distribution of our salvation into three parts, according to the number of the three persons, and the part which each of them have taken therein, viz., the Father in election, the Son in redemption and justification, the Holy Ghost in sanctification and application.
Table of Contents
The design of the discourse.—The two texts of Scripture explained.
That there are three persons in the Godhead, who have undertaken distinct offices in the work of our salvation.
The common concurrence which the three persons have in other works besides our salvation
Of their distinct appearance in the work of man's salvation
The reasons of the three persons making such a distinct discovery of themselves in this work of our salvation, rather than in any other.
The Uses.—See the great love of God, that all that is within him, all his attributes, and all his persons, should concern themselves in our salvation.