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... which made him say, My punishment is greater than I can bear. But admitting that the word signifies acceptance, and be rendered, shall there not be an acceptance ? it is to be understood, not of an acceptance of his person, ...
... I will let man know that I am not fluctuating between mercy and judgment, but am at a point, being determined to punish him, since he is wholly given up to carnal pleasures, when I have spared him an hundred and twenty years more.
for ever ; I will not reserve them to everlasting torments ; I will punish them here in this world; for they are flesh, frail sinful creatures ; I will not contend for ever, neither will I be always wroth ; for the spirit should fail ...
Evil is said to be' put away from a nation, when it is punished in the doer of it ; see Deut. xiii. 5, and xvii. 7, 12 ; and from a family and particular persons, when discouraged and abstained from, Job xi. 14, and xxii. 23.
The punishment threatened to their disobedience and rebellion is temporal ; ye shall be devoured with the sword, for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it ; as he had in Lev. xxvi ...