The Cause of God and Truth
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101 136 78,81 134 • 78 132 147 108 6 119 39 M', 40 147 137 110 106 2 41 43 44 44 4 16 SECTION I If thou dost well, Gait thou not be. 1 CORINTHIANS i. 8, 9 ii. 14 iii. 13 ir. 7 viii. 11 ix. 27 x. 12 x. 13 xii. 7 xv. 22 2 CORINTHIANS i.
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. To which may be answered, 1.
If thou dost well, iav opBUs Trpo<rcv£yKr)s, If thou hadst offered rightly, as the Septuagint renders the words ; which though it is not a proper literal translation of them, yet agreeable enough to their sense, shouldst thou not be ...
27, when they said to Moses, Go thou near, and hear all that the Lord our God shall say ; and speak thou unto us ail that the Lord our God shall speak unto thee, and we will hear it, and do it. The Lord takes notice of this declaration, ...
SECTION IV And thou shalt remember all the way which the j Lord thy God led thee these forty years in j the wilderness, to humble thee, and to prove thee, to know what was in thine heart, who,ther thou wouldest keep his commandments or ...