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other from the exaltation of Christ ; where Christ sitteth at the right hand of God . ...
they far surpass earthly things ; as , furthermore , because all things of this kind
are bestowed from above , and come down from the Father of lights , Jas . i . 17 .
2 , has expounded it , that he had an equality of Divine Majesty with God the
Father : By the right hand of the Father we mean the glory and honour of the
Godhead ; in which the Son of God existed , before the world began , as God ,
and of one ...
We therefore acknowledge that Christ incarnate has an equality of glory and
majesty with God the Father : but we deny that the flesh of Christ , or the human
nature , has , or can have this ; because it is not consubstantial with God ,
although it ...
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 ... For Christ sits not idle at the right
hand of the Father , but imparts saving grace to all his people , and supplies them
How are they numbered among the children of God , and their lot is among the
saints ! ... But these words in God , are added , because Christ himself , as man ,
hath withdrawn himself from the earth , and ascended to God the Father .
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