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120, s.

Bondage, what it signifies, (2 Cor.
xi.)

257, e.
ABIDE in the same calling, how Born after the flesh, and spirit,
this phrase is to be understood, beautiful expressions, 64, d.

p. 126, f. out of due time, the apostle
Abolished, how the law of Moses Paul's saying so of himself, ex-
was abolished by Christ, 462, k. plained,

185, a.
Accursed, to whom the apostle ul. Brother, why Paul called Timothy
timately applies this, (Gal. i.) so,

206, a.
32, c. By his own power, how to be un-
Adam, all men became mortal by derstood,
his sin,

323, a. . By, sometimes signifies, in the time
Adoption, belonged only to the of,

468, i.
jews before Christ's coming,

440, h.
Aiwy, how used in the New Testa-
ment

453, 1: 473, r. CALLING upon Christ, the mean-
Anointed, what it signifies, (2 Cor. ing of that expression, 384, n.
i.)

212, b. Clear in this matter, what it signi-
fies,

238 +
Covenant of grace and works, how
they differ,

452, k.
BAPTISM, how it obliges to ho- Covetousness, used for exorbitant
liness,
333, a. lust,

479, c.
Baptised into one's name, what it Created all things by Jesus Christ,
· means, ..

84, c. what that phrase means, 470, p.
Benevolence, what it signifies, (1
Cor. vii.).

123, a.
Boasting, how taken from the jews

by the gospel, 306, a.
Bodies, why St. Paul requires them DEAD in trespasses and sins,

to be presented to God, 398, a. meaning of that phrase, 455, t.
YOL. VIII.

к k

B.

D.

Deeds of the law, what are meant
by them,

303, 1.
Discerning, what it imports, (1.
Cor. xi.)

160, g.

Fulfilled in us, in what sense to

be understood, 358, 4.

G.

E.

EAT and drink unworthily, (1

Cor.xi.) what it signifies, 158, c.
Election, what it signifies, (Rom.
xi.) :

389, f.
Ends of the world, what that ex-

pression means, 144, g.
Endured with long-sufferance,
what that expression implies,

378, y.
Enemies, how the unbelieving jews
are so called,

394, t.
Epistles of Paul, causes of their
obscurity,

IV, &c.
expositors often put their
own sense on them, XI.

- the author's way of study-
ing, and method of interpreting
them,

XII.
Esau have I hated, to be taken in

a national sense, 374, m.
Establishment of the gentile chris-
· tians, how taken care of by St.
Paul,

279,1.
Every soul, the meaning of it,
(Rom. xiii.)

405, a.
Examine, (1 Cor. xi.) how to be
understood,

159, e.
Expedient, (1 Cor. vi.) what it re-

lates to,

GATHER together in one all

things, what is to be understood

by this expression, 442, r.
Gentiles, several epithets given
them by St. Paul, 317, €.

how, being converted, they
gloried in God, 320, h.

St. Paul speaks of them in
the style of we and us, 437, b.
Glory of God, (Rom. iii. 23.)

what meant by, 304, 0.
Glory, or boast, how St. Paul did
it,

259, i.
- how the gentile converts did
it,

316, b: 320, g.
- how God is the father of it,

449, c.
God, in what sense it is said God

is one, (Gal. iii.) 51, c.
Gods many and Lords many, in
what sense to be understood,

133, c.
Grace how it is said much more to
abound, (Rom. v.) 317, e.
what it is to be under grace,

337, 0.
the glory of it appeared pe-
culiarly in the first converts,

444, u: 456, x.

118, p.

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FAITH, what it imports, (1 Cor. HABITATION of God, how the
xii.)

166,g. church is so called, 465, n.
in what Paul meant by hear. Have pleasure in, (Rom. i.) what
ing of the ephesians faith, 447, a. it imports,

288, X.
Faithful in Christ Jesus, what this Heavenly places, (Ephes, i.) how

description signifies, 436, b. to be understood, 440: 450, g.
Flesh, what to be in the flesh Heir of the world, in wliat sense
means,

360, y, Abraham was so, 312, g.
Fleshly tables of the heart, the Him, (1 Cor. xvi.) refers to the
apostle's allusion in that phrase, spiritual man,

96, 0.
218, c. Hoped first in Christ, who they
From faith to faith, that phrase were,

444, u.
means wholly of faith, 283, e. .

I and J.

Law, in what sense believers are
dead to it,

344, h.
JACOB have I loved, &c. to be - how it is weak through the
taken in a national sense, 374,m. flesh, .

357, k.
Jews, whence they had great au of the jews, how said to be
thority among the gentiles, 273 weak and beggarly, 57, g.

remained zealous for the law of sin and death, what is
of Moses after they believed, 274 meant by it,

356, f.
- the only distinction between Lord is that spirit, the meaning of
them and the gentiles under the this expression, 223, r.
gospel,

289, y. Lye, the apostle plainly uses it for
Inexcusable, upon what account sin in general,

301, f.
the jews were so, ibid.
Inheritance of God, the gentiles on
their believing became so, 443, s.

M.
Inns, not used in eastern countries
as among us,

422, b. MALICE, (1 Cor. xiv.) used in an
Israel, in a spiritual sense, includes extensive sense, 179, k.

the believing gentiles, 372, h. Man, the two principles in him,
Israelites, in respect of what their flesh and spirit, described, 66-7.

minds were blinded, 221, n. Manifestation of the sons of God,
Justification, how ascribed to our the meaning of that phrase,
Saviour's resurrection, 383, 1.

365, t.
of life, (Rom. v.) Many, put for all mankind, 325, e.
what it means, 313, m. Men, carnal and spiritual, distin-

guished,

99, b, c.
K.

Messiah, how the jews expected

deliverance from him, 383, k.
KNOWLEDGE, (Rom. i.) signi-

Ministration of righteousness, why
fies acknowledgment,

220, i.
the gospel is so called,
287, r,

Mortal and incorruptible, (I Cor.

xv.) how to be understood,
L.

Mystery, the meaning of, 426, i.
LAW, by St. Paul usually called
flesh,

46, c.
what is meant by being with-

N.
out a law,

292, g.
- taken for the whole Old Tes. NEWNESS of spirit, what meant
tament,
302, k. by it,

346, r.
what deeds of the law sig. Not named or known, what it sige
nify,

303, 1.
nifies,

113, c.
used in scripture for a com-
mand with a penalty annexed,

324, c.
- how the phrase the law en OFFENCE, how the law entered,
tered (Rom. v.) is to be under that the offence might abound,
342, c.

330, b.
- in what respect sincere chris- Offended, (Rom. siv.) what it
tians are not under it, 337, 0. .means,

414, m.
how its dominion over a man One God, (Rom. ii. 30.) how to
is to be understood, 342, c. be understood

195, 0.

stood,

307, d.

411, q.

27

One God, (Gal. ii.) the meaning Princes of this world, how to be
of the expression, but God is understood,

92, C.
one,

307, e. Principalities, powers, &c. signify
Open face, (2 Cor. xiv.) what it persons vested with authoring
means,

223, t.

Prophesying, (1 Cor. xi.) the no-
tion of it,

152, (5).

Proportion of faith, what it signi-
PASSING sins over, how God is fies,

372, h.
said to do this, 305, w. Put on Christ, the meaning of that
Paul, his epistle to the galatians · expression,

56, b.
explained,

25
the general design of this
epistle shown,

how said to be an apostle not
of men, nor by men, ibid. QUICKEN your mortal bodies,
- how he was said not to please . this phrase largely explained,
- men,
34, d.

361, f.
wentinto Arabia immediately Quickened, how far christians are
• after his conversion, 34, e. : so,

455, u.
- his first epistle to the corin- ."
thians explained, 79, &c.

R.
- his second epistle to the co-
• rinthians explained, 205, &c. REDEMPTION, bow expounded
- his epistle to the romans ex- : by the author,

304, r.
• plained, and its general scope, Reprobate mind, what it signifies,
273, &c.

287, s.
- his wisdom in 'treating the Resurrection of the dead, (1 Cor.
unbelieving jews, 280, &c. - xv.) how to be understood,
what he means by my gos-

. 189, k.
pel,

293, h. Revellings, what they were, 69, h.
- his epistle to the epbesians Right hand of followship, what it
explained,
431, &c. signifies, in

40,9.
taught the expiration of the Righteousness often taken for libe.
law more than the other apos- . rality,

246, i.
tles,
433, &c.

of the law, this phrase
is wont to join himself with largely explained, 295, r.
the believing gentiles in speak-

ofGod, what is meant
ing to them,
437, b. by it,

283, d.
Perfect, (1 Cor. ii.) how to be un Rose up to play, (1 Cor. x.) what
derstood,
89, a. it refers to,

143, d.
Phæbe, why she is called a suc- Runuing, what it means and al-
courer of many, 422, b. - ludes to,

36, b.
Power, what the phrase brought
under power, (1 Cor. vi.) refers

S.
to,

118, p.
Pray with the understanding, what SANCTIFIED in Christ Jesus,
it means,

178, g. . what it means, 118, m.
Praying and prophesying, how to Saved, (Rom. xi.) what it means,
be understood 15), (3).“

399, r.
Present evil world, (Gal. i.) what (Ephes. ii.) the import of it,
is meant by it,
29, e.

456, 2.

Scribe, (1 Cor. i.) what, and why Theatre, how St.Paul alludes to it,

mentioned by the apostle, 86, a. ' in the words set forth last, 107, r.
Sealed, (2 Cor. i.) what it signi- Things that are not, the import of
fies,
212, c. that expression,

87, C.
Secular times, what St. Paul means - that pertain to God, what
by that phrase,

426, k. this phrase signifies, 419, b.
Seemed to be somewhat, (Gal. ii.) Time is short, what it may refer
how to be understood, 38, 1. to, ..

128, l,
Set forth last, (1 Cor. iv.) what it Truth of the gospel, (Gal. ii.)
alludes to,

107, r. what it signifies, 42, s.
Simplicity that is in Christ, ex-
plained,

253, b.

V. and U.
Sin not imputed, (Rom. v.) what
it imports,

324, b. VESSEL to honour, meaning of
-- what it is to serve sin, 334, d. it,

377, x.
-- how it has no dominion over Virgin, (1 Cor. vii. 37) seems to
christians,

337, m. signify a single state, 130, p.
-- what meant by its being ex- Unbelief, in what sense charged on

ceeding sinful, 350, g. jews and gentiles, 395, x.
- how it is condemned in the Uncloathed, and cloathed upon,
flesh,

358, 0. (2 Cor. v. 4) what they mean,
Sinners, (Gal. ii. 17) means unjus-

229, f.
tified sinners,

43, u.
So let him eat, how to be under-
stood,

160, f.WAGES of sin, (Rom. vi.) what
Sovereignty of God's justice, in meant by,

340, w.
casting off the jews, 376, w. Walk not after the flesh but after
Speaking unknown tongues, why the spirit, what it means,
the apostles insisted on it, in wri-

356, e, g.
ting to the corinthians, 181, 0. Weakness, the meaning of through
Spirit, the gospel usually called so weakness, (2 Cor. xii.) 268, b.
by St. Paul,

64, d.

64, d. Wisdom of God in a mystery, (1
Such an one, who St. Paul means Cor. ii.) how to be understood,
by it,
215, k.

93, f.
Supper, how eating one's own sup- Witnesses, what St. Paul means by

per (1 Cor. xi.) is to be under two or three witnesses, 267, a.
stood,

157, a. Women, of their behaviour in

christian assemblies, 150, a.
Workmanship of God, created,
what it means,

459, a.
TESTIMONY of God, (1 Cor. ii.) Works, how excluded by the gos-
what it signifies, 89, a. pel,

388, d.

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