Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

Mr. Richard Baxter. SS 10... the entire Perfons ofBelievers : therefore under the Law the fa- credSeal ofit was ir, their Fleíh. To be the God of. Promife to them, implies his being a blef- fed Rewarder to them. Our Sa- viour filences theSadduces, who disbeliev'd the ReIùrreEion, from the tenour ofGod's Cove- nant, Iam theGod of Abraham, and Ifaac, and Jacob, whichTi- tle he was pleated to retain af- ter their Death ; Now God is not the God of the Dead, but of the Living. The immediate Infe- rence from thence is, that their Souls did aaually live inBlef- fednefs, and that their Bodies, tho dead td Nature, were alive to God with refpea to his Pro- mile and Power. If we confi- der that the Divine Law binds the outward Man as well as the inward, and that during the time of our Work and Trial E 4. here,