"Jesus, thy perfect righteousness my beauty is"
"Accordingly, if you will turn to the thirty-third chapter of this same prophet Jeremiah, and look at the sixteenth verse, you will see it written, "This is the name wherewith she shall be called, the Lord our righteousness." I know that Socinus in his day used to call this an execrable, detectable, and licentious doctrine: probably it was, because he was an execrable, detectable, and licentious man. Many men use their own names when they are applying names to other persons; they are so well acquainted with their own characters, and so suspicious of themselves, that they think it best, before another can express the suspicion, to attach the very same accusation to someone else.
"Now we hold, you know, that this doctrine is not execrable, but most delightful, that it is not abominable, but Godlike, that it is not licentious, but holy: and let others say what they will of it, we will repeat the praise which we have been singing,— "Jesus, thy perfect righteousness My beauty is, my glorious dress;" and we will day when all things shall be tried by fire, for we feel confident that— "Bold shall we stand in that great day, For who aught to our charge shall lay," when we are clothed with the righteousness divine?" -- Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Jehovah Tsidkenu: The Lord Our Righteousness