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nefs: And whom he jultified, them he alfo glorified, "viz. in his purpofe. What {hall we fay then to thefe things? If God be for us, as by what he has already done for us it appears he is, who can be againPr us? He that {pared not his own Son, but delivered him up to Death for us all, Gentiles as well as Jews, how {hall he not with him alfo give us all things? Who {hall be the Profecutor of thofe whom God hath chofen? Shall God who jultifieth them (n)? W-ho as judge {hall condemn them? Chriit that died for us, yea rather that is rifen again for our Jufiification, and is at the right Hand of God, making Interceffion for us? Who {hall feparate us from the Love of Chrifl? Shall Tribulation, or DiPtrefs, or Perfecution, or Famine, or Nakednefs, or Peril, or Sword? For this our Lot, as it is written, For rhjfzke we are killed all the day long, we are accounted 4/: Sheep for the Slaughter. Nay in all thefe things we are already more than Conquerors by the Grace and Aflifiance of him that loved us. For I am {tedfaflly perfwaded, that neither the Terrors of Death, nor the Alurements of Life,_nor Angels, nor the Princes and Powers at this World; nor things prefent; not any



\Vhat {hall we then fa

go kthefe things ? iFbGod

e or us who can e a- gainit us’?

He that [pared not his own Son, but delivered- him up for us all, how {hall he not with him al- {Cg freely give us all t IIWS.

who {hall lay any thing to the charge of God’s exlehégtal It is God that ju-

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Who is he thatcon- demneth? It is Chrifl that died, yea rather that is rilen again,who is even at the right hand of_God, who algo inaketh inter- celfion or us.

Who {hall feparate us from the love of Chrifi? fliall tribulation, or di- ilrefs, or perfecution, or famine, or nakednefs, or peril, or {word 2‘

h(Afskit is written, Fov t y a e we are killed all the daylong 5 we are ac- counted as flieep for the flaughter) _

Nay in all thefe things we are more thanconque- yorsh through him that

ove us.

For I am perfwaded, 33;,

that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor prin- cipalities , not powers, nor things prefent, nor things to come,

g; (n) Reading this with an Interrogation, makes it needlefs to add any Words to the Text to make out the Senfe, and is more conformable to the Scheme of his Argunientati- 0" he", as QPPQQYS b)’ Wr- 35- where the Interrogation cannot be avoided 5 and is as it were an Appeal to them, themfelves to be judges, whither any of thofe things he men- tions to them (reckoning up thofe which had mofi Power to hurt them) could give them iufl Caufe of Apprehenfion , W710 [ball amzfe you? jhall God who jufléfie: you? Who [ball con-


4mm you? Chm]? rim died for you s’ What can be more abfurd than

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