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r promises, and the administration of the covenant, in which they are, a better
testament; God having provided for new testament-saints some better thing, at
least held forth in a better manner; that old testament saints might not be made
7. even the righteousness which is by the faith of Christ: and he was perfect in his
generations; not in himself, but in the righteousness of Christ, by which he was
justified, and was a truly sincere and upright man, and walked with God, ...
... is, that he was a perfect and upright man; perfect, as justified by the
righteousness of Christ; upright and sincere, as sanctified by the Spirit; and who,
in his walk and conversation, appeared to be one that feared God and eschewed
evil, Job i.
10, when there would be a reform from burdensome rites and ceremonies; or of
correction, when what was faulty and deficient would be corrected, amended,
and become perfect; or of direction, when the saints would be directed to look to ...
18, 19, The sacrifices, which were a principal part of them, could not make,
neither them that did them, nor the comers unto them, perfect, as to the
conscience; they could not purge the worshippers, or those that attended
ceremonial services, ...
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