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... if thou be rightcous what givest thou him ? or what receiveth he of thine hand ?
such works and such righteousness may be profitable to men , and is a reason
why they are to be done ; but can a man be profitable unto God , as he that is
If thou knowest not any of these things , O inan of which sense is a witness , how
canst thou think to know God accurately , how and what he is ? this is very
unreasonable . ” Nor should the phrase , eternal generation , be objected to ,
Sacrifice and offering thou didst not desire ; mine ears hast thou opened : burnt -
offering , and sin - offering , hast thou not required . Then said 1 , Lo , I come , in
the volume of the book it is written of me : I delight to do thy will , O my God ! yea ...
This assent and consent of his is first inore obscurely and figuratively expressed ;
Mine ears hast thou opened , digged or bored ; expressive of his great attention ,
hearkening and listening with great diligence , to what his Father proposed to ...
If thou be righteous , what givest thou him ; or what receiveth he of thine hand ?
Can a man by all this be profitable to God ? No , he cannot ; when the best of
men have done all they can , they must own they are but unprofitable servants ,
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