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with a constant reference to these supernal things : for this is effectually to savour
the things above , viz . to be so affected by their excellence and sweetness , as to
thirst for them with an insatiable desire , and refer all things to the attainment of ...
... and yet properly direct it to be wiped every day , because such direction refers
to that soiling which will adhere afresh to the statue if it be neglected : so the
Apostle truly said that the Colossians were dead to sin , yet wisely admonishes
The external actions ; for to these I refer fornication and uncleanness : 2 . The
internal motions and affections , which that word nabos ( rendered , inordinate
affection ) denotes : 3 . The very root or fountain of external and internal lust ,
which he ...
Erasmus renders it , among whom , and refers it to the children of disobedience :
but Beza better , in which , viz . the aforesaid vices , for which the wrath of God
cometh on the children of disobedience . Ye also walked . ] They are said to walk
25 , he says , that the Patriarchs had recourse to the protection of a lie in defence
of life . t Those * This refers to the use of Hellebore among the antients , which
was constantly exhibited by them to control the paroxysms and abate the ...
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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