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6 Not having,” says the Apostle, “thine own righteousness which is of the Law, but that which is through the faith of Christ, the righteousness which is of God by faith.” The “righteousness which is of the Law” means, of course, the righteousness which was the result of obeying the Law, which came by Moses, the keeping of the commandments of God, as delivered through Moses. The good Jew received the commandment of God and obeyed it, just as an obedient child hears the command of his father and obeys it, simply because it is his command. This is precisely the same principle on which we of to-day obey the dictates of conscience, or the inner sense of right. We receive these dictates as the command or law of God, and obey them accordingly. We do not commit a dishonest action, because our conscience forbids, and God's word echoes its voice, “ Thou shalt not steal.” We do a kind deed because conscience prompts it, and God's word tells us to “ be kind one to another.” In both cases, though in different forms, obedience to God's command is the motive of the actor;, and this was precisely the motive of the rightVOL. XIX.