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3. A strength to break through the sufferings
How sin, thus punished, may be said to be pardoned.
A double use of the doctrine of righteousness
Imputed Self-denial

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1. God may cast pains upon an innocent person

. 397

2. It is not against general equity, for one to suffer another's sin. ib.
3. This equity in the present case is, that all parties are both
willing and glorified

4. In the innocent person, thus suffering as a sacrifice for the

innocent, is required

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;

AN

EXPLICATION

VOL. II.

OF THE

HUNDRED AND TENTH PSALM,

WHEREIN

THE SEVERAL HEADS OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION THEREIN CONTAINED,
TOUCHING THE EXALTATION OF CHRIST, THE SCEPTRE OF HIS
KINGDOM, THE CHARACTER OF HIS SUBJECTS, HIS PRIEST-
HOOD, VICTORIES, SUFFERINGS, AND RESURRECTION,
ARE LARGELY EXPLAINED AND APPLIED.

B

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