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much more being reconciled, we shall be saved by his life. II. And not only so, but we also joy in God, through our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom we have now received the atonement. 12. Wherefore as by one man fin entred into the world, and s death by fin; and to death passed upon all men, * for that [Or, in whom] all have finned. 13. For (1) until the law, sin was in the world: but usin is not imputed when there is no law.' 14. Nevertheless, death reignied from A. dam to Mofes, even over them that had not finned after the fimilitude of Adams transgression, who is the figure of him
that 2. 16. That he might reconcile fest in our Body. both unto God in one Body by the iz r t Gen. 3.6. She took of Crols, having flain the Enmity. the Fruit thereof, and did eat, and thereby. † Col. 1. 20, 21. -By gave
also unto her Husband with him to reconcile all things to him- s her; and he did eat.
+ 1 Cor. 15. self, by him, I say, whether chey 21. --By Man came Death. be things in earth, or things in sit Gen. 2: 17. In the Day thou. heaven. And you that were lome- eatest thereof thou shalt surély die. time alienated, and Enemies in: + Rom. 6.21, 23. What Fruit had your Mind by wicked Works, yet so ye then in those things whereof ye now hath he reconciled. Joh. 2. are now ashamed? for the end of 2. He is the Propitiation for our those things is Death. The Wages Sins: and not for ours only, but of sin is Dearh.
Jam. 1. 15. alio for the Sins of the whole Sin, when it is finished, bringeth World. Joh. 4. 10. Herein isis forth Death. Gal. 6. 8. He that love, not that we loved God, but foweth to his Flesh, fhall of the that he loved us, and sent his Son Flesh reap Corruption. 2 Efdr. 3. to be the Propitiation for our Sins. 7. Unto him (Adam) thou gavelt
9 + Joh. 14.19. -Because I live, Commandment to love thy way: ye Mall live also. of 2 Cor. 4. 10,20 which he transgressed, and imme. 11. Always Learing about in the diately thou appointed to death in Body the dying of the Lord Jesus, him, and in his Generations. that the Life also of Jesus might 13.," + 1 Joh. 3. 4. See ori Rom. be manifest in our Body. For we 4. !5. which jive are alway delivered un-25 14.
ti Cor. 15. 21, 22, 43. to Death for Jefus fake, that the Since by Man came Death, by Man Life also of Jesus might be mani.
(1) From Adam, to Moses, the World was alınost solely governed by the natural Lmwi which seems to be the Meaning of that hard' Text Rom. 5. 13. For until the Law sin was in the World, that is, before the Law of Moses was given, Men were capable of offending against fome other Law, for otherwise Sin could not have been imputed to them, for Sin.i's not imputed where obere is no Lam. And then it follows, Nevertheless, &c. that is; during that Space from Adam to Mofes, Men finnet again if the natiral Law, and were liable to Death, upon that Account, though they had not offended against an express "Revelation from God, as Adam had done; for that the Apostle seems to mean, bý finning after the fimilitude of Adam's Tranfgreffion. "Bishop Tilerson on Mich. 6.6,7,8. V014. p. 24.
that was to come: 15. But not as the offence, to also is the free gift. For if through the offence of one, many be dead; much more the grace of God, and the gift by grace, which is by one man, Jesus Christ, hath abounded unto many. 16. And not as it was by one that sinned so is the gift: for the judgment was by one to condemnation ; but the free gift is of many offences unto justification. 17. For if * by one mans offence, [Or, by one offence] death reigned by one; much more they which receive abundance of grace, and of the gift of righteousness, shall reign in life by one, Jesus Christ. 18. Therefore, as* by the offence of one (Or, by one offence] judgment came upon all men to condemnation: even fo* by the righteousness of one [Or, by one righteousness], the free gift came upon all men unto justification of life. 19. For as by one mans disobedience many were made simmers : fo by the obedience of one shall many be made righteous. 20. Moreover, the law entred, that the offence m'ght abound: But where fin abounded, grace did much
inore abound : 21. That as sin huh reigned unto death, even so might grace reign through righteousness unto eternal life, by Jesus Christ our Lord.
CH A P. VI. HAT fhall we say then? Shall we continue in fin, tlaç grace may abound? 2. - God forbid: how
Thall came also the Resurrection of the and we shall reign on Earth. Rev. Dead. For as in Adam all die, even 20. 4. -They lived and reigned fo'in Chrift shall all be made alive. with Christ a thousand Years. The first Man Adam was made a live 18. See on Joh. 12. 32. ing Soul, the last Adam was made 5 20. t Joh. 15. 22.
+ Rom.7. a quickning Spirit.
3. † Gal. 3. 19, 23. See on Rom. 15. # Mat. 26. 28. See on
4 15 Mar. 20. 28.
: Luk.7 47.Her Sins, which are 17. Rom. '8. 17. If Children,
many, are forgiven her; for she then Heirs ; heirs of God, and 10 loved much.- 1 Cor. 15. 10. By, Joint-heirs with Chri!: if to be the Grace of God, I am what I that we suffer with him, that we
am.- .. I Tim. 1.
The may be also glorified together. Grace of our Lord was 'exceeding a1 Cor.4. 8. Now ye are full, now bundant. ye are rich, ye have reigned as Kings15
CH A P. VI. without us: and I would to God 2 Tit. 2. 11, 12. The Grace of ye did reign, that we alfo might God that bringeth Salvation, hath réign with you. 2 Tim. 2. 12. If appeared to all Men; Teaching us, we suffer, we shall also reign with that denying ungodliness and worldhim.' Rev. s. 10. And hast made 20 ly Luits, we should live sober!yrigh. us unto our God Kings and Priests: teonly, and godly in thispresent World.
, 614 Year of our Lord 60. ROMÁ N Ś VA fhall we that are o dead' to fin, live any longer therein ? Jesus Chrift, were baptized into his death? 4. Therefore we are d buried with him by baptism into death: that e like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should f walk in newness of
life. * Rom. 9. 4, 6. Wherefore, et Rom. 8. 11. If the Spirit of my Brethren, ye also are become him that raised up Jesus from the dead to the Law by the Body of Dead dwell in you , he that raised Chrift.--. Now we are delivered up Chrift from the Dead, shall alfrom the Law, that being dead s so quicken your mortal Bodies, by wherein we were held ; that we his Spirit that dwelleth in you. should serve in newness of Spirit, t 2 Cor. 13. 4. Though he was and not in the oldness of the Let. crucified through Weakness,
yet he ter. Ver. 6, 14. Rom. 8. 2. For liveth by the Power of God. the Law of the Spirit of Life in 10t Phil. 3.10, 11. That I may know Christ Jesus, hath made me free him, and the Power of bis Refurrefrom the Law of sin and Death. &tion, and the Fellowship of his Suf. Gal. 2. 19, 20. I through the Law ferings, being made conformable am dead to the Law, that I might to his Death; if by any means ! live unto God. I am crucified with 15 might attain unto the Refurre&tiChrist : nevertheless I live ; yet on of the Dead. not I, but Christ liveth in me: Rom. 12. 2. Be not conformed to and the Life which I now live in this World; but be ye transformed the Flesh, I live by the Faith of by the renewing of your Mind. the Son of God, who loved ine, 20 + Eph. 4.'22, 23. That ye put of and gave himself for me. Gal. s. concerning the former Conversati18, 24. If ye be led by the Spirit, on the old Man, which is corye are not under the Law. They rupt, according to the deceitful that are Christ's, have crucified the Lufts: and be renewed in the Flefl with the Affections and 25 Spirit of your Mind. Col. 3. 8, Lusts. Gal. 6. 14: God forbid that 1o. But now you also put off all I should glory, Tave in the Cross these ; Anger, Wrath, Malice, of our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom , Blasphemy, ñlthy Communication the World is crucified unto me, out of your Mouth. And have and I unto the World. Col. 3: 3. For 30 put on the new Man, which is renew, ye are dead, and your Life is hid ed in Knowledge after the Image of with Christ in God. Col. 2. 20. him that created him. Heb. 12. 1, Wherefore, if ye be dead with 2. Let us lay afide every Weight, Christ. i Per. 2. 24. Who his and the sin which doth fo ealily own self bare our Sins in his own 35 befet us, and let us run with Pas Body on the Tree, that we being tience the Race which is set before dead to sin, should live unco righ us, Looking unto Jesus. Jam. 1. teousness
-21 Wherefore Lay apart all Filthi3. + Gal. 3. 27. As many cf you ness, and superfluity of Naughti, as have been baptized into Chrift, 40 nefs, and receive with Meekness have put on Chrift,
the engrafted Word,- Pet. 2. + Col. 2. 12. Buried with.
1, 2. Wherefore laying aside all Ma, him in Baptism, wherein also you lice, and all Guile and Hypocrisies; are rifen with him through the and Envies, and all Evil-Speakings, Faith of the Operation of God. - 45
5. For if we have been planted together in the likeness of his death: we shall be also in the likeness of his refurre&tion: 6. Knowing this, that 8.our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we thould not serve fin. 7. For he that is i dead, is * freed [Gr. justified] from fini 8. Now * if we be dead with Christ, we believe that we shall alto live with him. 9. Knowing that Christ being raised from the dead, dieth no more; death hath 10 more dominion over him. 10. For in that he died, he died unto sin monce : but in that he liveth, he liveth unto God. 11. Likewise reckon ye allo your fêlves to be dead indeed unto fin; P but alive
unto As new-born Babes desire the fincere
on Heb. 7. 27. Milk of the Word, that ye may
n of Luk. 20.
38. For he is not a grow thereby. 1 Pet. 4.1, 2. For God of the Dead, but of the Liv. asmuch then as Christ hath suffer ing : for all live unto him. Heb. ed for us in the Flesh, arm your 510. 12. But this Maa, after he had Selves likewise with the same Mind : offered one Sacrifice for Sins, for for he that hath suffered in the ever sat down at the right Hand of Flesh hath ceased from Sin ; that he God. po longer should live the rest of o See on Ver. 2. his Time in the Flesh; to the 10 P Rom. 14. 7, 8, 9. None of us Lufts of Men, but to the will of liveth to himself, and no Man die God.
eth to himself. For whether we 6, 5+ Gal. a 20.
live, we live unto the Lord ; and Gal. 6. 14. The Words under whether we die, we die unto the Ver. 2., † Eph. 4. 22. The Words as Lord: whether we live therefore under Ver. 4.
or die, we are the Lord's. To h + Col 2.11. In whom also ye this end, Christ both died, rose, and are circumcised with the Circuma' revived, that he might be Lord both cision made without Hands, in put
of the Dead and Living i Cor. ting off the Body of the sins of the 206. 19, 20. What, know ye not chac Flesh, by
the Circumcision of your Body is the Temple of the holy Chritt.
Ghoft which is in you, which is
ye 7. t 1 Pet. 4. 1. The Words have of God, and ye are not your under Ver. 4.
own ? For ye are bought with a 8. * : 2 Tim.2.11. It is a faith-25 Price ; therefore glorifie God in your ful Saying, For if we be Dead with Body, and in your Spirit which are him, we hall also live with him. Gods. 2 Cor. 5.15. That he died 9.
It Rev. 1. 18: I am he that for all, that they which live should liveth, and was dead; and behold not henceforth live unto themselves, I am alive for evermore.- Rev. 4.39 but unto him which died for them, g. When those Beasts give glory,
and rose again. t Gal. 2. 19, 20. and honour, and thanks to him I through the Law am dead to the that fat on the Throne, who liv. Law, that I might live' unto God. eth for ever and ever. Rev.'s. 14. I am crucified with Christ : NeThe four and twenty Elders feil 35 vertheless I live; yet not I, but down and worshiped him that live Christ liveth in ine: and the Life Bh for ever and ever..
which I now live in the Flesh, I 20.m Heb, 9, 26, 27, 28. See
+ Gal. 5. 24.
unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord. 12. Let not fui therefore 4 reign in your mortal body, that ye should obey it in the lusts thereof. 13. Neither yield ye your * members as * inftruments (Gr. Arms, or, Weapons] of unrighteous-, ness unto fin: but s yield your selves' unto God, as those that are alive from the dead; and your members as inftruments of righteousness unto God. 14. For u sin thall not have dominion over you: for ye are not (1) under the law,
s Luk. 1.74.
live by the Faith of the Son of &c. * Jam. 4. i. Whence come God. i Ther. 5. jò. Who died Wars and Fightings among you ? for us, that whether we wake or come they not hence, even of. fleep, we should live together with your Lusts, that war in your Memhim. i Pet. 4. 2. That he no long. bers.
5 er fhould live the rest of his time in
That we being the Flesh, to the Lufts of Men, but delivered out of the Hands of our to the Will of God.
Enemies, might farve him without 12.9 Pfal. 19.13. Keep back thy fear. Rom.7.4: -- 1 hat we thould Servant also from presumptuous Şins, to bring forth fruit unto God. † Rom. let them not have dominioni over 12. 1. I beseech you therefore, Breme.- † Pfal. 119.133. Order my thren, by chę Mercies of God, that Steps in thy Word; and let nog a ye present your Bodies a living Sa. ny Iniquity have dominion over me. crifice, boly, acceptable unto God,
13.1.7 Rom. 7. §. When we 15 which is your reasonable Service. were in the Flesh, the Motions of t 1 Pet. 4. 2. The Words under Sins which were by the Law, did
Ver. 11. work in our Members to bring forth
14. : Rom.7.4,6., Rom. Fruit unto Death. t Col.3.5. Mor 8.2, + Gal. 5.18. The Words, unzifie therefore your Members which 20 der Ver. 2. are upon the Earth; Fornication,
(1) The Design of the Apoftle here, is not to Thew that we may fafely con:inue in Sin; but iç is, on the contrary, to fhew that we are obliged to become the Servants of God, and to have our Fruit unto Holiness, as is manifest from this, and the following Verses. Those therefore who fan, cy that the Gotpel givęs Men a liberty to fin, are under a very great and dangerous Mistake. For the great Design thereof is to call Men ço repene of, and fortake their Sins. It commands as to deny all Ungodliness and worldly Lusts, and to practise whatever is Praiseworthy, and of good Report; all chofe Duties which are comprehended under thole extensive Words, living soberly, righteously, and godly. It requires us to ourdo che Ariftoft among the Jews, even the Scribes and Pharisees, in Righteousness; and it offers Iufficient Grace and strength to enable us to perform whaç it requires. We are not indeed under the Curse of the Law, nor bound to oblerie those burdensome Rites and Ceremonies, which the Jews were ; but we are admitted into the gracious and merciful Covenant made with Man in Christ Jelus, by Vertue whereof a sincere, and universal Obedience will be acct pied,infread of one that is absolute and perfe&t. The Law of Je Jas Christ therefore inust be a Rule of Life to us, or we cannot have a rea. jonable H pe of being faved by him. (See on Joh. 8: 36.) Our Obli,