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" Christ hath merited righteousness for as many as are found in him. In him God findeth us, if we be faithful ; for by faith we are incorporated into Christ. "
The True Churchman Ascertained, Or, An Apology for Those of the Regular ... - Page 203
by John Overton - 1802 - 424 pages
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The amaranth: a selection of religious and preceptive pieces of prose

Amaranth - 1840
...our own, therefore, we cannot be justified by any inherent quality. Christ hath merited righteousness for as many as are found in him. In him God findeth...be faithful ; for by faith we are incorporated into Christ. Then, although in ourselves we be altogether sinful and uurighteous, yet even the man who is...
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Père La Chaise; or, The confessor, ed. [or rather written] by G. Stephens

George Stephens - 1840
...God by faith.' "Christ has merited righteousness for as many as are found in him. In him, God finds us, if we be faithful ; for by faith we are incorporated into Christ. Then, though in ourselves we are altogether sinful and unworthy; yet being found in Christ,...
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The Union Between Christ and His People. Four Sermons Preached Before the ...

Charles Abel Heurtley - Mystical union - 1842 - 156 pages
...of ours." Bp. Hall, Old Religion, ch. i. §. 2. 1 Rom. viii. 1. " Christ hath merited righteousness for as many as are found in him. In him God findeth...be faithful, for by faith we are incorporated into Christ. Then, although in ourselves we be altogether sinful and unrighteous, yet even the man which...
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The most ancient and the most modern opposition to Christian truth compared ...

George Andrew Jacob - 1842
...our own ; therefore we cannot be justified by any inherent quality. Christ hath merited righteousness for as many as are found in Him. In Him God findeth...be faithful, for by faith we are incorporated into Christ. Then, although in ourselves we be altogether sinful and unrighteous, yet even the man which...
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The Penny Protestant operative, Volumes 4-7

Protestant association - 1843
...them have already appeared in my Difficulties of Romanism. CABINET. "CHRIST hath merited righteousness for as many as are found in him. In him God findeth...faithful : for, by faith, we are incorporated into Christ. Then, although in ourselves we be altogether sinful and unrighteous : yet, even the man, which...
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Laws of ecclesiastical polity, Books V, part 2 to VIII. Supplication made to ...

Richard Hooker, Izaak Walton - Church polity - 1843 - 642 pages
...our own ; therefore we cannot be justified by any inherent quality. Christ hath merited righteousness for as many as are found in him. In him God findeth...be faithful; for by faith we are incorporated into Christ. Then, although in ourselves we be altogether sinful and unrighteous, yet even the man which...
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Sermons

James Gratrix - 1843
...this striking passage bearing on the subject under consideration : " Christ has merited righteousness for as many as are found in Him. In Him God findeth...be faithful ; for by faith we are incorporated into Christ. Then although in ourselves we be altogether unrighteous and sinful, yet even the man who is...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 13

1843
...need only quote the memorable words of the great Hooker : — " Christ hath merited righteouseness for as many as are found in him. In him God findeth us, if we are faithful ; for by faith we arc incorporated into Christ. Then, although we be in ourselves altogether...
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History of All Christian Sects and Denominations: Their Origin, Peculiar ...

John Evans - Christian sects - 1844 - 288 pages
...the subject, which seems to me the scriptural and catholic view: ' Christ hath merited righteousness for as many as are found in Him. In Him God findeth...be faithful; for by faith we are incorporated into Christ. Then, although in ourselves we be altogether sinful and unrighteous, yet even the man which...
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

1845
...faith of Christ, the righteousness which is of God through faith. Christ hath merited righteousness for as many as are found in him. In him God findeth...be faithful : for by faith we are incorporated into him. Then, although in ourselves we be altogether sinful and unrighteous, yet, even the man which in...
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