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... except to those who voluntarily give up themselves to it again . Secondly ,
when the Apostle reasons , Ye are dead Ver . 3 . 17 EPISTLE TO THE
32 , Fear not , little flock ; for it is your Father ' s good pleasure to give you the
kingdonı ; and in his own name , John X . 28 , I give unto them eternal life , & c .
He merited it , 1 John iv . 9 , God sent his only begotten Son into the world that we
idol ; the latter , the gold ; this immolates oxen and sheep to his idols ; that gives
up his mind and affections to covetousness . Such and many more like remarks
hath Chrysostom . But it may still more perspicuously be said , That a covetous ...
I answer , It is not to be denied that even the children of God , when they give the
reins to the flesh , and yield themselves to sin of this sort , feel the wrath of God
falling upon them : but it does not lie perpetually upon them ; because they do not
Those who exercise this art are not disciples of the Apostle , but of the devil , and
to him they give their assiduous labours : for he is called , Rev . xii . 10 , The
accuser of the brethren . Hence Parisiensis not unwisely calls evil speakers and ...
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