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2 Corinthians 3:18
but as we lay aside the veil, the divine light gradually informs the mind, according as we attend to that spiritual sense, which points out the Lord.
for the end of the law was to bring men to Christ, that every one who believeth, might be justified.
but before faith came, we were shut up together as prisoners under the custody of the law, 'till faith was to be revealed.
for he is our peace-maker, who hath united both Jew and Gentile, and hath by his flesh broken down the middle wall of partition
for these were only the shadows of future things, prefiguring Christ, who is the substance.
For the law being only an allusion to a future dispensation that was more excellent, and not an exact imitation of such a state, cannot by the anniversary sacrifices, which are offered, entirely purify those that present themselves.