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And elsewhere , 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 .
things , being certain to obtain them at last , if we seek them as we ought to do .
Tå " aww Opoveīte , Mind the things above , think upon or savour them . ] The
word opovɛīte , in our translation set your affections , embraces two acts ; the act
We must observe , that Paul forbids us to seek and savour earthly things , he
does not forbid us to use earthly things , much less , indeed , to obtain them . We
cannot live without the use of earthly things ; but they would not serve for
... in conformity with the dignity of our condition , engage with worldly minded
men in the contest for earthly things ; but that we ought so to frame our course
with the sons of God and coheirs of heaven , as to seek and obtain heavenly
We have dwelt the longer in opposing fornication , because it has obtained its
patrons . The other vices which remain we shall remark upon more briefly . In the
second place , then , analapoia , or uncleanness , follows : By which term the ...
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