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a Philo 2. 5, 6, 7, 8. Gal. 4. 4. Rom. 8. 33

John 3. 13. John 1. 18. Heb. 2. 9, 14.

John 1. 14. 1 Tim. 3. 16. Heb. 2. 16. Rom. 1. 3. Rom. 9. S. Mat. 1. 18. Luke 1. 35, 31. Mag. Ji 18. Luke 1. 35. Mat. I, 23.

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'And when he was brought forth, he was wrapp'd in Swadling-clothes, and laid in a Manger.

5 Afterwards he was subject unto his parents, Mary and Joseph: He increased in Wisdom and Stature: He was tempted of the Devil: He was hungry, and weary, and had not where to lay his Head: He wept, and was grieved ; and he was touched with the feeling of our Infirmities,

c Himself took our Infirmities, and bare our Sicknesses, and was, in all Points, tempted like as we are; and, in all things, he was made like unto his Brethren, yet without Sin. For thus it behoved him to be made, that he inight be a merciful, and faithful High-Priest, in things pertaining to God, to make Reconciliation for the Sins of the People : For in that he himself hath suffered, being tempted, he is able to succour them that are tempted.

The CHARACTER OF CHRIST; who is both

GO.D and MAN.

d Unto us a Child is born ; and his Name frall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, the Miglity God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace.

e This is he that should come; hę of whom Mofes, in the Law, and the Prophets, did write The Christ of God; Christ the Lord : the

a Luke 2. 7. b Luke 2. SI, 41, 16, 52, Luke 4: 1, 2. · Mar. II. 12. John 4. 6. Mat. 8. 20. Johnis. 35; Mar. 3. S. Heb. 4 Is. Mat. 8. 17. Heb. 4:15. Heb. 2 17: Heb. 4. IS. Heb. 2. 17, 18. dlf. 9.6. & Mat. II. 3. John 1. 45. Luke 9. 20. Luke 2. 11. E.O.

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a Luke 16. 16. Luke 4. 43. Mat. 9. 13. Rom. 10. 15. b John 1. 17. Luke 24. 19. A&ts 3. 22, 23.

c. Rom.15. 8, 9.. d 2 Cor, I, 20, Gal. 3. 240 I Acts. 6. 14.] AAS IS, 10, .

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a Heb. 8. 4, 5, 6, 7, 13 b Heb. 9. 1, 9, 10, 11, 1S. Col. 2. 14, 20, 22, 16, 17. ,

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a There is, verily, a disannulling of the Commandment, going before, for the weakness and unprofitableness thereof. For, the Law made pothing perfect, but the bringing in of a better Hope did; by the which we draw nigh unto God: For we are saved by Hope.

6 In Christ Jesus, we who sometimes were far off, being Aliens from the Common-wealth of Israel, and Strangers from the Covenants of Promise, are made nigh. For he is our Peace, who hath made both Jews and Gentiles one, and hath broken down the middle Wall of Partition between us; having abolished in his Flesh, the Enmity, even the Law of Commandments, contained in Ordinances. So that now there is neia ther Greek, nor Jew, Circumcision, nor Uncir. cumcifion, Barbarian, Scythian, Bond, nor Free: for we are all one in Chrift Jesus.

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a Heb. 7. 18, 19. Rom. 8. 24. ÞEph. 2. 13, 129 13, 14, 15. Col. 3. 11. Gal. 3. 28. © John 4. 25. Acts 2. 28. John 6. 28. & Mat. 19. 8. Mata S. 21, 27, 339 Mar. 7. 131 S.

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