Thomas Case on Christ’s union with our flesh

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Christ was incarnate in the Womb of the Virgin, and thereby was personally united to our flesh; which is the highest advancement of the human nature, that can be conceived, Heb. 2.16. For verily he took not upon him the nature of Angels, but the seed of Abraham; Christ assumed man’s nature, being God from all Eternity; he took on him the one, to the other; and so made of those two natures, one person: by this we have a kind of Union with Jesus Christ, ver. 11. He which Sanctifieth, and they which are Sanctified, are both of one, i.e. of one God, say some; the Son of God, and Saints are all of one God the Father: others understand it of Adam; Christ as concerning the flesh, and all the sanctified, are of one common root and Father, though, by a different generation. ...

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