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as ambassadors for Christ, The Galatians are exhorted to
they exerted themselves to maintain their gospel liberty ib.
reconcile men to God ib. Gospel liberty should not be abused 311
Paul apologizes for his first letter, Paul glories in nothing but the
yet rejoices at the good effect cross of Christ
Kindness and liberality recom.
Paul vindicates his apostolic com-
tablishment of the Ephe-
his prayer for the church,
and maintains that we are
saved by grace
asserts his power to excom. Doxology
variety of gifts
exhorts the Ephesians to put
Relative duties of wives and hus-
306 The necessity of being clothed
which he preached among Paul recommends Tychicus, and
307 concludes with a benediction. ib.
faith of Christ, and not by
is confident that the work
ió. of God at Philippi would
his sufferings subservient to
the progress of the gospel ib.
ib. The design of Christ's exaltation
Christ delivered the believing Jews Paul's readiness to be offered up
ib. Timothy and Epaphroditus com-
Paal cautions against Judaizing
exhorts the Thessalonians to
steadfastness, and gives di.
vers precepts respecting
Paul exhorts to heavenly-minded-
rejoices at the good report Paul reminds Timothy of his ear.
ly initiation into the Chris-
exhorts to chastity, justice,
exhorts Timothy to fortitude
The dead will be raised and the Disputes about words and things
living changed at the second of no moment to be avoided 344
Paul rejoices at the constancy of
requests Timothy to come
The universality of salvation 347 God the author of all good to his
Paul's approbation of Philemon 349 worketh by love
Heavenly wisdom opposed to
The gospel superior to the law 351 Judgment denounced agaiust the
Canaan typical of the gospel dis recommended
Progression in knowledge and ho Christians should maintain a be-
354 haviour that will adorn the gos-
The wretched condition of such as Christ's preaching to spirits in
A caution against presumption help them in their spiritual con-
361 cerns before his approaching
ib. Peter asserts the confirmation of
ib. | A caution against false teachers ib.
Divers practical duties recom Conclusion
Prayer for the Hebrew Christians 366 God is light, in which if we walk
ib. we have fellowship one with
Christ the propitiation for the sins
as to sin
The love of God in adopting us Universal praise
Exhortation to love each other; shall be no more delay
The rise and power of the first
The evil doctrine and manner of
ship the beast
The harvest and vintage of the
The coming of Christ asserted ib.
vision of the word of God ib.
first and second resurrection ib.
new creation, and an end
to all death and pain 414
of Smyrna ib. Jesus directs John not to seal up
what he had seen, and intimates