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The cause of the event ; For which things ' sake . 2 . The event itself , viz . the
outpouring of the Divine wrath ; the wrath of God cometh . 3 . VOL . II . E 2 sake . 2
. Tit . The candomer argur The quality of the persons subjected to this Divine
An oath consisting of many or equivocal words , binds in that sense which the
words are wont to convey to persons rightly understanding them . If among such
the words equally convey several significations , then the oath binds in that sense
The chief objects of this compassion are persons who have none to give them
relief , as widows and orphans ; but , in general , it comprehends all oppressed
with misery , whether the poor , prisoners , the sick , the afflicted , & c . . We have
It is asked , If this duty of forbearing and forgiving be so necessary to a Christian ,
that it is not lawful for him in any way to repel an injury done to him , or to restrain
or punish the person who offers it ; but is bound when he is smitten on one ...
What clearnesse of judgment , what sweetness of style , wliat gravity of person ,
what grace of carriage was in that man ! Who ever saw him without reverence ?
or heard him , without regard ? " His works and his worth gained him renown ...
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I'm teaching through Colossians in a small group study that I team teach. The reason I bought this commentary was the shining review from Spurgeon, quoting Charles Bridges, who said that of all commentaries, this is second only to Owen on Hebrews. Wow. Read full review