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OP SFFTCACIOUS ORACE Or THE CORRUPTION OR HUMAN NATURE, AND THE IMPOTENCE OF THE WILL OF MAN TO THAT WHICH IS SPIRITUALLY GOOD I. Job xiv. 4 . • 1 22 II. Psalm li. 5 . 182 lit. Gen. vi. 5 . . 124 iv. John iii. 6 . 126 V- Rom. vii.
... I will unsheath it, I will draw it out ; he shall not live always, seeing he is flesh, corrupt, given up to carnal lusts ; yet his days, or term of life, which I will now shorten, shall be one hundred and twenty years.
... though they are so corrupt, I will give them the space of one hundred and twenty years to repent in ; and after that, if they repent not, I will deliver them up to destruction; which accordingly was the event of things. 2.
... to discover the more the corruption and vitiosity of their nature, and so to justify the righteous proceedings of God against them. 4. This is argued for * from all the exhortations of the holy Scripture to men to watch and pray, ...
876 , which arises from the two different principles of corruption and grace in him ; yet both move freely, though determined to ... The flesh, or corrupt part, is solely determined to that which is evil ; grace, or the new creature, ...