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Why, that the following words declare : Abraham said unto him, Son, remember
that thou in thy Lifetime received^ thy good things, and likewise Lazarus evil
things ; but now he is comforted, and thou art tormented. Where the Term Son is
to Abraham and his Seed. Now this Promise was made to Abraham, long before
the giving of the Law by Moses ; of which we read, Gen. 12. 3. In. thee, that is, in
thy Seed, shall all the Families of the Earth be blessed. He saith not of Seeds, ...
are they all Children ; but in Ifaac shall thy Seed be caff d t meaning, that they
shall be reckon'd the Seed of Abraham who are born after the manner of Isaac's
Birth, that is, by the Word or Promise of God -, for they which are the Children of
They that attain to this Faith, are the Children of Abraham, and Heirs of the Pro.
mise : and these will obtain the fame Privilege with their Father Abraham, to have
their Faith counted to them for Righteousness ., that is, their Sin? shall not be ...
To find Mercy, we must have recourse to the Promise made to us in Abraham,
and look for a. Blessing from the promis'd Seed : and to obtain Justification', we
must appeal from the Rigour and Curfe of the Law, to the Mercy and Favour of the
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