The Cause of God and Truth
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Matt- xxiv. 24 . 1 32 V. John vi. 36, 40 . 134 vi Rom. xi. 2 . 135 vii. Som. viii, 38, 39 . . 136 viii. Ephes. i. 13, 14 . 137 ix. 1 Pet i. 3 . . 138 X. 1 John ii. 19 . 138 xi. 1 John iii. 9 . .140 xn. Isa. liv. 10 . 140 xiii. Isa. lix.
Basilius Ccesariensis 254 xvm. Optatus Milevitanus 254 xix. Victorinus . 254 XX. Marcus Eremita . 255 xxi. Faustinns 255 xxn. Cyrillus Hierosoly- mitanus 255 xxiii. Gregorius Nazianzenus 256 OENESIS ISAIAH, MATTHEW — COnti nued. ch. ver ...
EXPLAINED IN THIS WORK THE CAUSE OF GOD AND TRUTH Barclay's Apology, p. 151. OENESIS ISAIAH, MATTHEW — COnti nued. ch. ver Page ch. ver. Page ch. ver. Page iv. 7 1 i. 18—20 . 16 xii. 41 27 vi. 3 2 v. 3, 4 18 xviii. 6 . 27 vi. 5 125 xxx.
... the exhortations of the holy Scripture to men to watch and pray, that they enter not and are not led into temptation, and from such scriptures which suppose men to be in danger by temptation ; the passages referred to are, Matt. vi.
2 ; Matt. xx. 16. 2. It is said, J that " were such an irresistible power necessary to the conversion of a sinner, no man could be converted sooner than he is ; because before this irresistible action came upon him, he could not be ...