The end is the praise of the glorious grace of God, by which He has freely made us acceptable unto Himself, in the Son of His love.
The grace, by which God |has freely made us acceptable unto Himself, in the Son of His love, is grace only adapted to sinners.| The praise of that grace is sung to God and the Lamb, who died and lives again, |who was delivered for our offenses, and was raised again for our justification.| (Rom. iv.25.) That praise is ascribed to God by sinners, whom God has redeemed by the blood of His Son, |out of every kindred, tongue, and people, and nation.| (Rev. v.9.)