Thomas McCrie on Christ’s remembrance of sinners

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O how much, my brethren, is included in these two words, addressed by a convinced sinner to the Saviour, “remember me!” The eternal salvation of a sinner hangs upon them. If he remembers him, all is well; if he forgets him, woe unto him, for it shall be ill with him. Had not Christ remembered and thought upon us in our low estate, and undertaken our cause, we would have been hopeless.

Had he not remembered his people, and borne their names on his breastplate, when he approached God as the great high-priest to make reconciliation for iniquity, their guilt would have remained. Did he not remember them, when they are lying polluted in their blood, and say to them, “Live,” they would die in their sins. Did he not continue to remember them, and pray for them, and help them by his Spirit, he that desires to have them as his prey would gain his object, and they would never see the kingdom of heaven. ...

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