The design of Christianity, or, A plain demonstration and improvement of this proposition, viz. that the enduing men with ... righteousness ... was the ultimate end of our Saviour's coming into the world


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Page 68 - follow his Steps; who did no Sin, neither was Guile, found in his Mouth; who when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he fuffered, he threatened not, but committed
Page 234 - to him. The Generality of the Jews were fuch a People: God by his Prophet Ifaiah fpeaks thus concerning them. They feek me daily, and delight to know my Ways, as a Nation that did Righteoufnefs, and forfook not the Ordinance
Page 224 - to the Weak became I as weak, that I might gain the Weak ; I am made all things to all Men, that 1 might by all means fave feme.
Page 51 - me is with me; the Father hath not left me alone, for I do always thofe Things that pleafe him. So vifible and apparent was his
Page 223 - more : and unto the Jews 1 became as a Jew, that I might gain the Jews; to them that are under
Page 181 - Practices : and fo is it interpreted by our beft Expofitors. Again it is faid, Titus iii. 5. Not by Works of Righteoufnefs which we have done, but according to his Mercy he faved us
Page 52 - He trujled in God, let him deliver him now if he will have him, for be
Page 75 - him, and given him a Name that is above every Name ; that at the Name ofjejus every Knee jhould bow,
Page 81 - and to run with Patience the Race that is fet before us; looking unto Jefus, the Author and FiniJher of our Faith; who for the Joy that was fet before him, endured the
Page 55 - John xvi. 12. I have yet many Things to fay unto you, but ye cannot bear them now. He knew both when to fpeak, and when to hold his peace; and in

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