God's Sovereignty in the Salvation of Mankind: A Brief Look at Romans 9
“He not only is sovereign, and has a sovereign right to dispose and order in that affair; and he not only might proceed in a sovereign way, if he would, and nobody could charge him with exceeding his right; but he actually does so; he exercises the right which he has. In the following discourse, I propose to show four points:
I. What God’s sovereignty is.
II. What God’s sovereignty in the salvation of men implies.
III. That God truly exercises his sovereignty in this matter.
IV. The reasons for this exercise.”