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And here we have a two - fold exhortation : A General one which regards all
Christians alike , from the beginning of the Chapter to verse 18 . A special , or
personal one , which is directed to certain orders of Christians , namely , to wives
... every where , if thereby we understand the Divine Majesty and power ;
because God is every where : yet Christ , as far as regards his body , or his
human nature , is set at the right hand of God , not as regards his ubiquity , but his
presence in ...
Paul affords a remarkable specimen of this , who was so much removed from the
desire of earthly glory , as to regard as dung whatever is desirable and glorious
in the eyes of the world . Lastly , the Apostle ' s conclusion is supported by what ...
Let Aquinas answer , Not in kind ; because a covetous man does not intend in
regard to his money to account it as a God ; but in similitude ; because he pays to
it supreme obedience . So Ales ; A covetous man is called an idolater , because ...
We will now add other Corollaries which regard those who willingly lend an ear
to these detractors . · 1 . If , therefore , evil speaking is so great a crime , then to
hear evil speakers with delight cannot be void of sin . For not only they who
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