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John Davenant, Josiah Allport. 一: . . AN EXPOSITION OF THE EPISTLE OF ST .
... the violent take it , not those who slumber . 2 . Celestial pleasures are not
possessed in this life : we should , therefore , long after and patiently expect
those things , being certain to obtain them at last , AN EXPOSITION OP ST .
That saying of Paul , Phil . i . 23 , I have a desire to depart and to be with Christ ,
flowed from this affection . The inferior members can never be well if they be
disjointed and separated from their head : it is no wonder , therefore , if all the
Paul affords a remarkable specimen of this , who was so much removed from the
desire of earthly glory , as to regard as dung whatever is desirable and glorious
in the eyes of the world . Lastly , the Apostle ' s conclusion is supported by what ...
It might be said that Paul opposes common experience . For all the pious
perceive themselves as yet infested by the remains of sin , oppressed by various
sorrows , and at length fall under death : How , therefore , can it be true , that they
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