The article deplores the weakened nature of today's evangelism. The author points out one important aspect of evangelism that has been ignored: this work is for the glory of God alone, not man. The article goes on to consider the nature of the gospel as something not independent of the law of God. In conclusion the author considers what God's people must do in view of the existing situation of evangelistic malpractice.
The author speaks on the foreknowledge of God as it applies to the doctrine of atonement. The article rejects the assertion that God foreknew who would believe and therefore predestined such people to salvation. The author redefines the foreknowledge of God, understanding it in the context of the decree of God.
The wrath of God is his eternal detesting of all unrighteousness. This article shows how God’s wrath was demonstrated in the fall, through our history, and in Christ. It shows that it is important for man to meditate on this doctrine.
The holiness of God is manifested in his works, law, and on the cross. The only response that the believer can give is reverence.
The power of God is that ability and strength whereby he can bring to pass whatsoever he pleases. This article consisders God's power in creation, preservation, government, and judgment.