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... meditation and study of the Divine Word , and likewise prescribes a general
rule to be observed in all our actions , vers . 16 and 17 . I conceived these things
should be premised , because we are led more easily by parts to the knowledge
We have said that the first branch of the general exhortation is included in the
four first verses ; and has for its object to excite the Colossians to aim at and
desire the true good , viz . what is spiritual and divine ; and , moreover , to beget
in them ...
2 , has expounded it , that he had an equality of Divine Majesty with God the
Father : By the right hand of the Father we mean the glory and honour of the
Godhead ; in which the Son of God existed , before the world began , as God ,
and of one ...
who , from this sitting of Christ at the right hand of God , endeavour to infer , that
Divine Majesty , ubiquity , and all the properties of Deity are really communicated
to the human nature of Christ . But they are easily refuted ; 1 . Because , if the ...
And thus ye see briefly in what sense Christ is set at the right hand of God : His
Divine nature , or the person of the Word , sits in the equality of Majesty and glory
, and of all the Divine attributes ; the human nature sits above all created things ...
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I'm teaching through Colossians in a small group study that I team teach. The reason I bought this commentary was the shining review from Spurgeon, quoting Charles Bridges, who said that of all commentaries, this is second only to Owen on Hebrews. Wow. Read full review