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If ye be risen with Christ . ] That it is our duty to seek and affect the things which
are above he argues , first from our resurrection with Christ : For these words if ye
be risen , are not expressive of doubt , but the language of inference and ...
It is the duty of Christians to imitate Christ , and to do those things spiritually
which Christ did corporeally . For instance ; Christ died ; we ought in like manner
to die to sin : Christ rose again ; we ought also to rise to newness of life : Christ ...
who , from this sitting of Christ at the right hand of God , endeavour to infer , that
Divine Majesty , ubiquity , and all the properties of Deity are really communicated
to the human nature of Christ . But they are easily refuted ; 1 . Because , if the ...
And thus ye see briefly in what sense Christ is set at the right hand of God : His
Divine nature , or the person of the Word , sits in the equality of Majesty and glory
, and of all the Divine attributes ; the human nature sits above all created things ...
lies hid in Christ ; nay , the streams of spiritual life are not derived to us , except
so far as we are joined to Christ , in whom this life is laid up . I live , says the
Apostle , yet not I , but Christ liveth in me , Gal . ij . 20 . Hence is that declaration
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