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The principal heads of this Dissertation
according to the human nature only; but figurative
ly according to the Divine nature also - 11.–VII.
Where the Lord Jesus, in respect to his body, is contained XIX.
glorification of the body of Christ; but a local motion XX.
by the Father, and sometimes to have himself ascended XXI.
is an evidence of his Divine majesty - - XXIV.
We receive much benefit from the ascension of Christ, not
merely as love disposes us to rejoice with him .
Definition of Christ's sitting at the right hand of God
Christ has come to his Mediatorial kingdom in different
respects, according to the disparity of his natures XXIII.
Why this high exaltation of Christ is ascribed sometimes
to the Father, and at other times to Christ XXVIII.-XXXI.
What is to be noted with regard to the time - XL.-XLII.
The pious prayer of Cyprian to the Spirit .
He is the Author of a new life in believers
And graciously comforts them
from all others, by certain necessary marks
Christ and the Church are closely and indissolubly united,
and ought not to be disjoined in our meditations
plained - - - - - III. V.
None but the elect and true believers pertain to the spiri-
God has appointed stewards in the visible Church, who
cannot exclude from its fellowship any that make a vere
not openly falsify by their conduct . .. xv.