Excerpt from An Exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans, With Large Practical Observations: Delivered in Several Lectures
Ill. As people fee the meffengers of the V. Seeing the minillers of the gofpel, in Lord fo far perfuaded of the truth of what preaching the fame, are about their mallet's they deliver as not to ﬂinch from giving tef bulinefs, and not their own; and mull be timony thereunto when expedient, nor afraid painful and faithful in the difcharge of their to avow and maintain the fame when called duty, as they will be mfwentble; it is the to it, they fhould fo much the more bearti duty of people, -to take well off their hands ly welcome and kindly entertain the fame; what they lay, and welcome every truth for this maybe looked on as an argument to they bring forth; for Paul uteth this as a move the.ro'mans to embrace what he was marine to move them to a hearty embracing to fpeak, becaufe he was neither alhamed nor of what he was to fay, that he was but a afraid to put hisname to it and fubfcribe it. Fervent.
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