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26 , Ought not Christ to have suffered , and to enter into his glory ? And the
Apostle , Heb . i . 3 , After that he had purged our sins , he sat down at the right
hand of the Majesty on high . 3 . As to the ubiquity of Christ ' s body ; that is
They grievously sin who suffer their baptism to be rooted from their memory , as a
transient ceremony : for this sacred mystery , although once performed , should
be perpetually revolved in mind , and expressed in conduct . Let us proceed to ...
43 : in exemption from suffering ; this corruptible shall put on incorruption , 1 Cor .
xv . 53 : in agility ; which , according to Augustine , shall be such , that wherever
the spirit flies , there shall the body also furthwith be . Other things were likewise ...
10 , When I go to a harlot , to whom do I do what I am unwilling to suffer ? How do
I violate that maxim , What you would not have done to you , you should not do to
another ? If I lust after my neighbour ' s wife , I am unwilling that any one should ...
He ought not , therefore , to suffer those who openly profess whoredom . 3 . 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
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