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N. B. Where letters are added to the numbers, they refer to Notes
at the bottom of the pages.
ABIDE in the same calling, how
this phrase is to be understood,
page 116, f.
Abolished, how the law of Moses
was abolished by Christ, 419, k.
Accursed, to whom the apostle ulti-
mately applies this, (Gal. i.)
Adam, all men became mortal by
Adoption, belonged only to the
Jews before Christ's coming,
Aid, how used in the New Testa-
411, 1: 429, r.
Anointed, what it signifies, (2 Cor.
Boasting, how taken from the Jews
by the Gospel,
Bodies, why St. Paul requires
them to be presented to God,
Bondage, what it signifies, (2 Cor.
Born after the flesh, and spirit,
beautiful expressions, 60, d.
out of due time, the apostle
Paul's saying so of himself ex-
Brother, why Paul called Timothy
By his own power, how to be un-
By, sometimes signifies, in the time
Enemies, how the unbelieving
Jews are so called, 357, r.
Epistles of Paul, causes of their
expositors often put their
own sense on them,
the author's way of study-
ing, and method of interpreting
Esau have I hated, to be taken in
a national sense,
Establishment of the Gentile Chri-
stians, how taken care of by St.
Every soul, the meaning of it,
Examine, (1 Cor. xi.) how to be
Expedient, (1 Cor. vi.)
287, b: 290, g.
how God is the Father of it,
God, in what sense it is said God
is one, (Gal. iii.)
Gods many and Lords many, in
what sense to be understood,
Grace, how it is said much more
to abound, (Rom. v.) 301, e.
what it is to be under grace,
the glory of it appeared
peculiarly in the first converts,
402, u: 413, x.
Jacob have I loved, &c. to be taken
in a national sense,
Jews, whence they had great au-
thority among the Gentiles, 247
remained zealous for the law
of Moses after they believed, 248
the only distinction between
them and the Gentiles under
Inexcusable, upon what account
the Jews were so,
Inheritance of God, the Gentiles
on their believing became so,
Inns, not used in eastern countries
as among us,
Israel, in a spiritual sense, includes
the believing Gentiles, 338, h.
Israelites, in respect of what their
minds were blinded, 200, n.
Justification, how ascribed to our
Saviour's resurrection, 348, 1.
of life, (Rom. v.)
Knowledge, (Rom. i.) signifies ac-
Law, by St. Paul usually called
used in Scripture for a com-
mand with a penalty annexed,
how the phrase the law
entered (Rom. v.) is to be un-
in what respect sincere Chri-
stians are not under it, 306, o.
how its dominion over a man
is to be understood, 310, c.
in what sense believers are
dead to it,
how it is weak through the
of the Jews, how said to be
weak and beggarly,
of sin and death, what is
Lie, the apostle plainly uses it for
sin in general,
Lord is that spirit, the meaning of
Malice, (1 Cor. xiv.) used in an
Man, the two principles in him,
flesh and spirit, described, 65-6.
Manifestation of the sons of God, the
meaning of that phrase, 332, t.
Many, put for all mankind, 295, e.
Men, carnal and spiritual, distin-
93, b, c.
Messiah, how the Jews expected
deliverance from him, 347, k.
Ministration of righteousness, why
the Gospel is so called, 199, i.
Mortal and incorruptible, (1 Cor.
xv.) how to be understood,
Mystery, the meaning of, 385, i.
Newness of spirit, what meant by
what is meant by being with-
Phoebe, why she is called a suc-
courer of many,
Power, what the phrase brought
under power, (1 Cor. vi.) refers
Pray with the understanding, what
Praying and prophesying, how to
be understood, 137, (3).
Present evil world, (Gal. i.) what
is meant by it,
Princes of this world, how to be
Principalities, powers, &c. signify
persons vested with authority,
Prophesying, (1 Cor. xi.) the no-
tion of it,
Proportion of faith, what it signi-
Put on Christ, the meaning of that
Paul, his epistle to the Galatians
the general design of this
how said to be an apostle not
of men, nor by men,
how he was said not to please
went into Arabia immedi-
ately after his conversion, 35,e.
his first epistle to the Co-
rinthians explained, 75, &c.
his second epistle to the Co-
rinthians explained, 185, &c.
his epistle to the Romans ex-
plained, and its general scope,
his wisdom in treating the
unbelieving Jews, 255, &c.
what he means by my Go-
his epistle to the Ephesians
taught the expiration of the
law more than the other apostles,
is wont to join himself with
the believing Gentiles in speak-
ing to them,
meant by it,
Rose up to play, (1 Cor. x.) what
it refers to,
Running, what it means and al-