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If any man be in Christ , he is a new creature ; old things are passed away ;
behold , all things are become new : 2 Cor . v . 17 . He who assumes the
character of a ... G 2 together . Thus Augustine , de pecc . merit . Ver . 10 .
EPISTLE TO THE ...
tinctions are not found in Christ , or in a spiritual state of salvation . He who ... He
is all things to them , meritoriously : for since they become one mystical person
with Christ , he imparts to them the merit of his passion , death , obedience , and ...
By Christ the Mediator , therefore , we ought both to invoke God , and give thanks
after that God shall have heard us ... that there neither hath been any merit in us
for obtaining blessings from God the Father , unless by Christ ; nor is there any ...
... praised , or worshipped , unless through Christ his Son and our Media. tor :
relying therefore upon his merit and favour with the ... Thus we have explained
the universal exhortation of the Apostle , which has respect to all Christians alike .
This celestial reward , therefore , is called merces , hire or wages ; not because
men are able to merit it by the excellence of their works , but because it bears a ...
And if children , then heirs ; heirs of God , and joint heirs with Christ ; vers . 17 .
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