thy Mind, and thy Neighbour as thy self. Whereupon Christ; told him, that he had
answer d right; this do, and thou sh alt live. Where our Saviour comprizes the
whole Law in two words, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God, &c. and thy Neighbour
But if God must have all, how then can our Neighbour have any share, whom we
are here likewise requir'd to love ? Very well, for these are consistent one with the
other: the Love of God doth not exclude the Love of our Neighbour, but ...
But it follows in the Gospel, The Lawyer witling to justify himself, said unto Jesnst
And who is my Neighbour ? that is, he thinking or pretending to have done all
these things, moves another captious Question, And who is my Neighbour f more
He that offends in either of these Points, is guilty of all : for he that faid, Thou shalt
love the Lord thy God with all thy Hearts faid also, Thou shalt love thy Neighbour
as thy self. The former is indeed the first and great Commandment, but the latter ...
Where all the Precepts that concern the Good and Welfare of our Neighbour are
summ'd up in~the loving of him ; and so for the Fulness and Largeness of it, 'tis
like to the former. And so it is, Lastly, In respect of the Reward and Punishment ...
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