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SECTION III.

SPIRITUAL LIFE.

CHAPTER I.

SPIRITUAL LIFE-ITS NATURE.
Spiritual Life the Antithesis of Spiritual Death ---The

Awakening of Conscience—The Poor in Spirit-Death

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CHAPTER II.

CHRIST'S BURDEN OF sin.

Christ bore our Sins-Its Seeming Mystery-Not regarded as

a Mystery by the Apostolic Writers-Importance of
understanding it—The Messianic Psalms-Nature of the
Burden of Sin in the People of God-Scriptural Refer-
ences to it--Not always consequent on Sin-The Power

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of Satan-Case of Job-Sense of Sinfulness-Temptation

by Satan— Temptation and Sin-Spiritual Despair-

Experience of Christians the same as that of Old Testa-

ment Saints—The Latter Types of Christ, as Christ is of

Christians-Proof from Scripture that the Sufferings of

Christ and those of Christians are identical in Nature

Satan the Agent in the Temptation of both-- Recapitula-

tion-The Cross the Final Conflict between Christ and

Satan--His Victory by Faith—— He died unto Sin'— The

Symbol of the Serpent-The Symbol of the Cross-The

Cross of Christ the Manifestation of the Righteousness

of Christ-Summary . . . . . 315

CHAPTER III.

OBJECT AND INTENTION OF THE CROSS OF CHRIST.
Life Mau's necessity-Christ came to give Life by the

Revelation of the Truth-Life through Belief in His
Words-Life also through His Death Both His Flesh
and His Words are the · Bread of Life'- Both are the
Manifestation of the same Truth - Object of Christ's
Death — To give Life-To Redeem from Iniquity-To
Reconcile to God-To Cleanse and Sanctify-To Destroy
the Power of Satan—The Atonement is the Reconcilia-
tion of the Sinner to God, not of God to the Sinner--
Cause and Effect of these Errors-The New Covenant-

Aphesis,' its true Meaning—The Gospel that conquered

the World—The Word • Forgiveness '-Secondary Mean-

ing of 'Aphesis'-The Word • Keep’-The Woman that

was a Sinner-Deliverance and Forgiveness-The Eternal

Sin-General Ignorance of its Nature -- Consequent

Danger–The Fear of God-False View of this Fear-

A Preparation for the Sin unto Death-Other Passages

-Isa. liii. . . . . . . 344

CHAPTER IV.

THE TYPICAL SACRIFICES OF THE LAW.

The Law a Shadow only-Reason of the Law—The Typical

Cleansing of the Blood – The Passover-Limitation of the

Effects of the Sacrifices to Israel—The Typical Relation

of the Sacrificer to the Victim-The Dying Thief-

Confession of Sin-Its Significance-Confession in the

Christian-Forgiveness of Sin under the Law without

Sacrifice-Suffering not required in Addition . . 378

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CHAPTER X.

CONCLUSION.

Recapitulation of Principles-Nature and Means of Redemp-

tion only as yet considered-Effects of the Conclusions
arrived at on the Insincere, and on the True Believer in

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