- Latin insitio, from inserere, insitum, to sow or plant in, to ingraft; prefix in- in + serere, satum, to sow. (Wiktionary)
“To act faith upon the fulness that is in Christ for our supply is an eminent way of abiding in Christ, for both our insition and abode is by faith, Rom. xi.”
“And we have all these things by virtue of our insition or implantation in him: ex autou, — “from,” “of,” or “by him.””
“He does the same by that actual insition or implantation into himself which he gives us by faith, which is of his own operation.”
“How our insition or implanting into Christ is represented and signified by our baptism, the apostle declares, Rom.vi. 3 – 5; as also our communion with him in his death, by the supper of the Lord, Matt. xxvi.”
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