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The whole discussion , then , of the Apostle has respect to this , viz . that after the
doctrine of the faith of the Gospel had been established , and the impostures of
false apostles exploded , he might stir up the Colossians to exercise holiness of ...
And the Apostle , in this and the following verse , persuades us to mortify , first ,
carnal vices , which immediately respect our peculiar , but unlawful pleasures ;
secondly , in the verses which follow , spiritual vices , which tend immediately to
Thou hast clothed me with skin and flesh , and hast fenced me with sinews . But
this body of sin , and every one of its members are in every respect ours : for God
made man upright : man has rendered himself depraved and corrupt . Earthly .
With respect to the remark of Augustine , Take away harlots from human society
and you will disturb all things by lust ; we answer , it is not of much weight :
because he wrote those books De ordine , when he was a young man , and not
Now covetousness occupies a middle place : it is carnal in respect of the object ,
because it seeks delight in external and corporeal things ; it is spiritual in respect
of the delight itself ; because a covetous man hath delight only in this , that he ...
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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