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4 ; the latter , from the expectation of our life of glory ; When Christ , who is our life
, shall appear , then shall ye also appear with him in glory . 1 . Of the duties .
Seek those things which are above . ] The word Seek indicates labour and effort ...
18 , 19 , Many walk , of whom I have told you often , and now tell you even
weeping , that they are the enemies of the cross of Christ : whose end is
destruction , whose god is their belly , and whose glory is in their shame , di tè
4 , As Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father , so we also
should walk in newness of life . This spiritual resurrection is effected in baptism ,
both sacramentally and really ; sacramentally , by the external administration of ...
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 ...
We therefore acknowledge that Christ incarnate has an equality of glory and
majesty with God the Father : but we deny that the flesh of Christ , or the human
nature , has , or can have this ; because it is not consubstantial with God ,
although it ...
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