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What it is wherein we have peculiar fellowship with the Lord Christ . This is in
grace . This proved ; John i . 14 . 16 , 17 . 2 Cor . xiii . 14 . 2 Thess . iii . 17 , 18 .
Grace , of various acceptations . Personal grace in Cbrist proposed to
23 . Tit . iii . 4 . opened to this purpose . What is required of believers , to hold
communion with the Father in love . His love received by faith . Returns of love to
him . God ' s love to us , and ours to him , wherein they agree . Wherein they differ
There is a concurrence of the actings and operations of the whole Deity , in that
dispensation , wherein each person concurs to the work of our salvation , unto
every act of our communion with each singular person . Look by what act soever
I might farther evince this truth, by a consideration of all the relations wherein
Christ and his saints do stand, which necessarily require that there be a
communion between them, if we do suppose they are faithful in those relations:
but this is ...
True wisdom wherein it consists. Knowledge of God, in Christ only to be obtained
. What of God may be known by his works. Some properties of God not
discovered but in Christ only ; love, mercy; others not fully but in him ; as
vindictive justice, ...
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