” My yoke is easy, and my burden is light “

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ne1Christ calls a profession of faith in him, and subjection to his ordinances, a yoke, in allusion to the law of Moses,and in distinction from it; and a “ burden “, with respect to the very heavy one of the Scribes and Pharisees laid upon the shoulders fo the people, obliging them to a strict observance of them though of a different nature from either of them; ” for his commandments are not grievous “, hard, and heavy to be borne, as their’s were, but ” easy and light “; not that they are to unregenerate wed, or are easily performed by the strength of nature, and power of men’s free will: but they are good and amiable, and lovely in their own nature, and are cheerfully complied with, and abundance of spiritual pleasure and delight is enjoyed in them by believers, when they have the presence of God, the…

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