Tag Archives: Imputation

He Spared Him Not

Never was sin seen to be more abominably sinful and full of provocation, than when the burden of it was upon the shoulders of the Son of God. God having made his Son, the Son of his love, his only … Continue reading

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Imputation

To impute is to charge a thing upon a person whether guilty or not, as the circumstances hereafter are proved, or not. Thus Shimei intreated David, that he would not “impute iniquity to him” for some former transaction.     (2 Samuel … Continue reading

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Having Taken The Sin Upon Himself

If He hides the sin, or lesseneth it, He is faulty; if He leaves it still upon us, we die. He must then take our iniquity to Himself, make it His own, and so deliver us; for thus having taken … Continue reading

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All Our Evils He Took Upon Him

Such were the evil things connected with the cross, which by the work done by the Son of God have all turned into good. All our evils He took upon Him that He might secure for us all the good … Continue reading

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For He Hath Made Him to be Sin For Us

For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.  (2 Corinthians 5:21) If there be a doctrine of the gospel with which we should … Continue reading

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