A Paraphrase on the Acts of the Holy Apostles, and Upon All the Epistles of the New Testament; Being a Compete [Sic] Supplement to Dr. Clarke's Paraphrase on the Four Gospels. with a Short Preface to Each Epistle Shewing the Occasion and

A Paraphrase on the Acts of the Holy Apostles, and Upon All the Epistles of the New Testament; Being a Compete [Sic] Supplement to Dr. Clarke's Paraphrase on the Four Gospels. with a Short Preface to Each Epistle Shewing the Occasion and

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1795 edition. Excerpt: ...died abroad in our till more consirmed and actuated hearts by the Holy by the gifts of the Holy Ghost beGhost, which is giv-stowed upon Gentile as well as en unto us. Jewifi believers, as a topic of divine love, and a pledge of our suture happiness. 6. A Ver. 2. Wherein we stand, it? toTa'jtEv--Wherein we continue sirm and stedsastj--. So we rightly tranflate the word, Gal. v.;. f Ver. 3. & 4. The apostle speaks in the plural number, as joining himself with the Gentile converts, whose cause he. is still pleading in this chapter. See chap. vii. ix. % Ver. 4. And patience experience, or ii.Se lirtftm hxiPatient suffering gives sull proof of us. Ver. 5. See Ephef. i. 13. and iv. 30. Gal. iii. 14. A. D. 57. 6 For when we 6. A divine instance of love ' v 'were yet without indeed! That, when we Gentiles, strength, in due time of all mankind, were sunk in igChrist died for the norance and irreligion, the Son of ungodly. God should come to save us also by his death for our sins, at the time foretold by the prophets. 7. How rare and hard is it to sind a man that will venture his own lise to save a neighbour's, though never so hone/ and good a person? No, it must be a generous friend f and f benefaclor t A7--. indeed, that makes one free to sufser death for him., 8. How surpassing then must this love of God in Chrst be, who so freely died for us, not as good men, much less as benefactors to him, but as rebels and enemies, to reconcile us again to GOD. 9. What a strong argument therefore is this for us to conclude, That the insinite mercies of such a death must be sussicient to save and justify both Gentiles f as well '7 For scarcely for a righteous man will one die: yet peradventure for a good man some would even f Axse/s. dare to die 8 But...show more

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  • Paperback | 148 pages
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236599047
  • 9781236599049