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Vide Gale's Court of the Gentiles, part iv. b. SECTION I If thou dost well, Gait thou not be accepted ? &c. — Gen. iv. 7. I. It will be proper to inquire, whether a wicked, an unregenerate man, as was Cain, can perform good works.
Vide Gale's Court of the Gentiles, part iv. b. 8, e 1, sect. 4, pp. 13, 14. Whitby, pp. 261, 262; Ğd 2. 255. mity to him,. and purpose of God, who sent him thither, and designed it for the good of others, and yet his brethren in the ...
... for otherwise,! how should one chase a thou- i sand, that is, one Gentile a thousand Israelites ; j and two put ten thousand to flight, except their ! Rock had sold them, and the Lord had shut I them up ? (ver. 30.) ...
3, and is promised to be given for a witness to the people, a leader, and commander of the people, ver. 4, and it is prophesied of him, that there should be a large concourse of the Gentiles to him, ver.
... and particularly the Gentiles as well as the Jews, as Chrysostom and Theophylact§ interpret the words; ... that when Shiloh was come,^j to him should the gathering of the people, or Gentiles, be; and with the context, an occasion of ...