Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
but the divine justification certified by the law and the prophets, is now clearly proposed independently of the law:
for what if some betrayed their trust? shall their unfaithfulness render
he that believeth on the son, hath a right to everlasting life: and he that disobeys the son, shall not enjoy life; but be expos'd to divine wrath.
but that no man is justified by the law in the sight of God, is evident: for, " the just shall live by faith."
and be his true disciple, not professing that justification, which is derived from the law, but that which is from the gospel,
the just shall have life by trusting in me, but if he revolt, he will be the object of my displeasure.
now without faith it is impossible to be acceptable to him: for he that presents himself to God, cannot but believe he exists, and that he is a rewarder of those who make their addresses to him.