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14. This ought by all Means to be your chief Care, and if it be not your own Fault, you may and ought now to do it, for you are delivered from the Curse of
the Law due to your former Vices, and are taken into the Grace and Mercy of the Gospel-Covenant.
15. And I have sufficiently shown you already, That the Mercies of God in thus pardoning the greatest Sinners, are so far from being an Encouragement to
future Pračtices of Sin, under Pretence of exalting the divine Mercy, that they are the strongest Engagement against them, according to the whole Tenour of the
Life, the very habitual Sinners acknowledge it as such, while they transgress it, not without Struggles and Relućtances of §: But in such a State of habitual Sin, the Moral Law serves only as an Occasion to shew them their deeper Guilt, and to aggravate their Condemnation, while the Ceremonial Law has no Virtue in its Performances to free them from it. The Merits of CHRIST #. and his Religion, is the
Life of his, can be no more thought an Apostasy from God, than it would be Adultery in a Woman to marry after her Husband's Death.
5. For when we were in the flesh, the + motions of fins which were by the law, did work in our members to bring forth fruit unto death.
ver you, and the Certainty of the Death due to them, increased along with them.