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For, 1. The Divine Nature could not be united to
the Humane, unless pure and perfect. 2. He could not have expiated our Sins, un
lofs he had been without Sin himself,
lleb. vii 26, 27. 2. Hence, our Saviour, even as Man, is called che Son of God, because produced immediately by God himself, as Adam was, Luke iii.
3. The Result of this, the Union of the Di
vine and Humane Nature. For, 1. That he is God, we have proved already. 2. That he became truly Man, is plain from his
being born of a Woman, Heb. ii. 14. 16 - 1. He had a real Body, John i. 14. Luke xxiv.
39. 1 John iv. 3. Simon Magus, Saturnus, Isidorus Secundus, Mar
cosiani,Heracleonitæ, Ophita, Cerdon, Marcion, &c. were soxstal å parranasan, supposing Christ
to have no real Body.
2. A Soul, Matt. xxvi. 38. Luke ii. 52. Luke : xxii. 42.
Arius and Eunomius said, Osórnta fugis érngzaa
Kével thiy xpcher. Theodoret. 3. His Soul and Body were united together,
Luke xxiii. 46. 3. His Humane and Divine Nature were both - united in one Person..
Qed'v@gamov. Hence, 'o abro ó xóv@ dupir. Osds :: 78 xj i vogwoc. Clem. Alex. So that, 1. His Natures were not mixed or confounded
together, for then he would have been
neither. 2. Nor changed one into the other, as the Eu
tycbians thought the Humane was turned in-
Matt. i. 23.
in one and the same Person.
U s E. USB. 1. Hence fee what Cause you have to trust
to Cbrift for your Salvation, hę being GodMan, is able to reconcile God to you, and
you to God. 1. On God's Part, Heb. v. I. 1. By Satisfying for your Sins, Heb. ii. 10,
I Tim. ii. 6. antlaur egu ÚTip navrov. 2. By interceding for you, 1 John xxji.
Heb. vii. 25. 2. On our Part, Col. i. 19. John i. 16. 2. Go to Christ, by trusting wholly in him,
Matt. xi. 28. 3. Obey all his Commands ; as certain that
he commands nothing but what is for your Good. Matt. xi. 30. 1 Jahr. v. 3.