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The Apostle calls all those things , in which the kingdom of God does not consist ,
things of the earth ; as riches , pleasures , honours ; and I add , in fine , those
ceremonies and observations which centre in things earthly and corporeal : for
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 fools accounted their life madness , and their end to be without honour . How
are they numbered among the children of God , and their lot is among the saints !
Secondly , as to the saints and faithful themselves , their spiritual life is hid ; but ...
... Lazarus evil things , but now he is comforted and thou art tormented , Luke xvi .
25 . 3 . They are to be derided , or rather to be pitied as the madinen of this world
, who think themselves happy because they enjoy the pleasures , the honours ...
But even this is by no means to be conceded ; that the honour and chastity of
married women can be better preserved by the permission of fornication than by
the severe punishment of it . For by impunity , and the continued habit of sinning
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