It is significant that Christ not only healed a man, but that, in order for the man to be healed, others had to bring him to Christ.
Hemmingsen on Three Kinds of Justice
Christian justice, as Hemmingsen defines it, is “the obedience of Christ imputed to the one who believes.” The one who is just “evangelically,” or “according to the gospel,” is the one whose sins are forgiven and to whom the justice of the Son has been imputed.
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