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JUSTIFICATION. THE GROUND OF JUSTIFICATION CONTINUED.

JUSTIFICATION. THE MEANS OF JUSTIFICATION CONTINUED.

Faith is an intellectual act or state of mind, not an emotion, 285-Cordiality,
joy, &c., accompany it, but they spring from revealed excellence, faith from
evidence, 286— The act of believing is never modified by the truth it receives,

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LECTURE XIX.

JUSTIFICATION. THE MEANS OF JUSTIFICATION CONTINUED.

Faith justifies by bringing an individual into the body to whom salvation is

promised, 322—The sentiment unfolded, 322—The rectoral character of
God requires the establishment of a rule of justification, 323—Essential to
the manifestation of equity at the day of judgment, that the reward be
bestowed upon those who have complied with the rule, 324—Yet not given
in reward of compliance, but of the work of Christ, 324—Is faith the condi-
tion of salvation or justification ? 324-325—The different relations of faith to
justification and sanctification, 325—The new Covenant, 326_The wisdom
which is developed in connecting faith with justification and sanctification,
327-329_Objection against gratuitous justification derived from the language
of James, 330, 331 — The reconciling principle between Paul and James,
332, 333.

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