ot only did God justify us, glorify us, and imprint on us his Son's image: he even gave up his Son for us. So Paul continues: How could he who did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all fail to bestow on us every other gift as well? After giving up his own Son, refusing to spare him, how could he possibly abandon us? Think of God's great goodness in not withholding even his own Son but giving him up for all, for the mean and ungrateful, for enemies and blasphemers! How then could he fail to bestow on us every other gift as well? It is as though he said: God gave his own Son, and not only gave him but delivered him up to death. Why doubt any more about other things when you have received the Master? Why be incredulous concerning chattels when you have the Lord?
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