St. Paul declares of himself, / am crucify d with Christ, Gal. 2. 20. Because the
World is apt to draw us into the Love and Service of the old Man, he tells us, that
the Woid was crucify'd unto him, and he unto the World ; Gal. 6. 14. withal
From St. Paul's writing so large a Letter with his own Hand, we may learn to spare
no pains for the Satisfaction of doubting Christians, and to rescue them from the
evil Arts and Designs of Deceivers. We see what pains the Apostle here takes ...
And here in this Chapter St. Paul tells us, it was reveal'd to him, who was made a
Minister of this Dispenfation of the Grace of God, to preach unto the Gentiles the
unsearchable Riches of Christ. This he did to these Ephesians, who were some ...
St. Paul desir'd to know nothing a- mong the Corinthians, hut Jefiis Christ, and
him crucify d ; 2 Cor. 2. And likewise told these Philippians, that he counted aH
other things but as Loss and Dung, in comparison of the Excellence of the
... pierce deeper than greater Storms : and therefore St. Paul told Philemon, Phil.
8. 9. that tho he might command him as a Father, yet he chose rather to intreat
him as a Brother. In like manner he treats the Philippians here, not as Strangers
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