Christ by His obedience, by that obedience which He undertook for our sakes, has honored God abundantly more than the sins of any of us have dishonored Him, how many soever, how great soever . . . . God hates our sins, but not more than He delights in Christ's obedience which He performed on our account. This is a sweet savor to Him, a savor of rest. God is abundantly compensated, He desires no more; Christ's righteousness is of infinite worthiness and merit.
Jonathan Edwards, The Works Of Jonathan Edwards, Vol. 2, p. 930 (Sermon on Isaiah 32:2)