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the world: 13. But now h in Christ Jesus, ye who somctimes were far off, are made nigh, by the blood of Christ. 14. For he is our i peace, who hath made k both one, and hath broken down the middle wall of partition between us; 15.' Having abolished m in his flesh the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in ordinances, for to make in himself, of twain, one n new man, so making peace; 16. And that he might reconcile both unto God in P one body by the cross, having a flain the enmity * thereby [Or, in himself]: 17. And came and preached 5 peace to you which were s afar off, and to u them that were nigh. 18. For a through him we both have an access by one Spirit unto the Father. 19. Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but o fellow-citizens with the saints, O 2
and vice to them which by Nature are destroyed, that henceforth we should no Gods.
not serve fin. f Rom. 8 3. -God 13. h : Gal. 3. 29. If ye be sending his own Son in the Like. Christ's, then are ye Abraham's ness of sinful Flesh, and for fin, Seed, and Heirs according to the Pro. 5 condemned Sin in the Flesh. † Col. mile.
2. 14. The Words under Ver. 15. 14. i Mich. 5.5.: Aets ro. 36. - 17.* f Isa, 57. 19. 7 Zech.9.10. See on Joh. 16. 33.
See on Joh. 16. 33.. . kt Joh. 10. 16. Other Sheep Acts 2. 39. The Promise is have I which are not of this Fold: 1° unto you, and to your Children, them also I must bring, and they and to all that are, afar off, even thall hear my Voice ; and there as many as the Lord our God shall be one Fold, and one Shepherd. shall call. . | Gal. 3. 28. -Ye are all one in 15 u + Psal 148. 14. He also ex-, Christ Jefus. . .
alteth the Horn of his people, 1.15.'Col. 2. 14. Blotting out even of the Children of Israel, a the Hand-writing of Ordinances People near unto him... that was against us, which was 18. a + Eph. 3. 12. f Heb. 4. contrary to us, and took it out of 16. + Heb. 10. 19, 20. See on the Way, nailing it to his 20 Rom. 5. 2. Crofs.
19. Gal. 4.26. Jerusalem which m + Col. 1. 21, 22. You that is above is free, which is the mowere sometime alienated, and Ene- ther of us all. t Phil. 3. 20. Our mies in your Mind by wicked . Conversation is in Heaven.- Heb. Works, yet now hath he reconci..?, 12, 22, 23. Ye are come unto led in the Body of his Flesh through Moune Sion, and unto the City of Death.
o the living God, the heavenly Jerusa!"Cor. 5. 17. j Gal. 6. 15. See lem, and to an innumerable Comon Joh. 3. 3.
pany of Angels, To the general 16. " See on Rom. 5. 10. 30 allembly and Church ofthe first born f Col. 1. 22. The Words un which are written in Heaven, and
.. . to God the Judge of all, and to 9 Rom. 6. 6. Knowing this, the Spirits of just Men made perthat our old Man is crucified with fect. him, that the Body of Sin might be is.
der Ver. 15.
Which in other ages was not made known unto the soirs of men, k as it is now revealed unto his holy apostles and prophets, by the Spirit ;. 6. That the Gentiles should be
fellow-heirs, and of the m fame body, and n partakers of his promise in Chrift by the gospel : 5. Whereof I was made a minifter, according to the gift of the • grace of God given unto me, by the P effe&tual working of his power. 3. Unto me, who am 9 less than the least of all faints is his grace given, that I should " preach among the Gentiles ihe :unsearchable riches of Chrift; . And to make all nen lee, what is the fellowship of the “ mystery, which from the beginning of the world liath been á hid in God, who b created all things by Jesus Christ. 10. • To the ntent that nov unto the principalities and powers in heavenly places, might be e known by the church the fma03