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Obedience as a servant . 4 . In his death . His valuation of them in comparison of
others . Believers ' estimation of Christ . 1 . They value him above all other things
and persons . 2 . Above their own lives . 3 . All spiritual excellencies . The sum of
Obedience as a servant. 4. In his death. His valuation of them in comparison of
others. Believers' estimation of Christ. 1. They value him above all other things
and persons. 2. Above their own lives. 3. All spiritual excellencies. The sum of all
All gospel-obedience is called, 'whatsoever Christ commands us;' Matt. xxviii. 20.
and, saith he, John xv. 14. 'ye are my friends if you do what I command you;' and
it is required of us that we live to him who died for us; 2 Cor. v. 15. 'live to him in ...
must be most perfectly and absolutely holy ; but yet the prime intendment of his
accomplishing of holiness, which consists in the complete obedience of his
whole life to any law of God, that was no less for us, than his suffering death; that
this is ...
Well then, Christ yielded perfect obedience to the law, but how did he do it?
Purely as it stood in that conditional, 'do this and live; he did it in the strength of
the grace he had received; he did it as a means of life, to procure life by it, as the
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