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Because for this crime men are excluded from the kingdom of heaven , and are
subjected to the Divine wrath and indignation . 1 Cor . vi . 9 , Neither fornicators ,
nor idolaters , nor adulterers , nor effeminate , & c . shall inherit the kingdom of ...
Nothing is more miserable or more foolish than a covetous man ; because he
forsakes God , and confides in clay . But their silver and their gold shall not be
able to deliver them in the day of the Lord ' s wrath , Zeph . i . 18 . Therefore we
And thus much concerning the dissuasion itself from the vices above - named .
The confirmation thereof follows in the two succeeding verses . Verses 6 , 7 . For
which things ' sake the wrath of God cometh on the children of disobedience : In ...
The quality of the persons subjected to this Divine wrath : the children of
disobedience , ' ETĄ TOUS ŚLOŁS TĪS åtegelas . 1 . For which things ' sake ]
namely , for fornication , uncleanness , inordinate affection , evil concupiscence ,
5 , and 16 , seem to differ : whose opinion is either to be softened down by a
suitable interpretation , or rejected . · We may therefore assume , that by the wrath
of God vengeance is to be understood , or the punishment imposed upon sinners
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