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Finally , he will bestow upon his people this crown of eternal life ; Thou hast given
him power over all flesh , that he should give eternal life to as many as thou hast
given him , John xvii . 2 . There is laid up for me a crown of righleousness which ...
30 , congratulates himself on the bodily sight of Christ : Now lettest thou thy
servant depart in peace , for mine eyes have seen thy salvation . God was
manifest in the flesh , 1 Tim . iji . 16 . . Secondly , he is manifested spiritually in the
In the meanwhile , it behoves us to bear the injuries and miseries of time , to
dream not here of glory and happiness , unless hereafter to hear with Dives ,
Remember that thou in thy lifetime receivedst thy good things , and likewise
Lazarus evil ...
10 , 11 , Hast thou not poured me out as milk , and curdled me like cheese ?
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
If there be any thing good in us , that ought to be referred to God alone ; for What
hast thou which thou hust not received ? If we would arrogate any thing to
ourselves VOL . II , D 2 ness . which we might claim as peculiar to us Ver .
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