Henry Tozer on sinful man becoming new

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If we look into Rom. 8.22. we shall find that the whole creation is said to groan: for indeed the Bondage of Corruption, the burden of sin is very heavy and grievous: but, if we consider aright, we shall perceive, that tis Man, which hath drawn this burden upon the Creature; tis Man, that is out of order; Man, that is corrupted; Man, that is grown as old in sin as the world in years: and therefore tis Man, that must be set right again; tis He, that must be cleansed; tis He, even sinful Man, that must become New. And indeed if He be once right, then are all things well: if Man be once Renewed, there is nothing any longer Old: for He hath, as it were, all other things contained in Him; being (as he is called) that Microcosm, or lesser world, the Epitome of nature and of the works thereof; so that if He be New, then are all things so. ...

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