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LAW, by St. Paul usually called
flesh,
46, *.
- what is meant by being with-
out a law,
292, t.
taken for the whole Old Tes-
tament,
302, *.
what deeds of the law sig-
nify,
303,
used in scripture for a com-
mand with a penalty annexed,
324, t.
how the phrase the law en-
tered (Rom. v.) is to be under-
stood,
342, .
in what respect sincere chris-
tians are not under it, 337, ‡.

how its dominion over a man
is to be understood, 342, .

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One God, (Gal. iii.) the meaning
of the expression, but God is
307, §.
Open face, (2 Cor. xiv.) what it
223, .

one,

means,

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25.

men,

PASSING sins over, how God is
said to do this,
305, §.
Paul, his epistle to the galatians
explained,
the general design of this
epistle shown,
27.
how said to be an apostle not
of men, nor by men, ibid.
how he was said not to please
34, §.
went into Arabia immediately
after his conversion, 34, ||-
his first epistle to the corin-
thians explained,
79, &c.
his second epistle to the co-
rinthians explained, 205, &c.
his epistle to the romans ex-
plained, and its general scope,
273, &c.
his wisdom in treating the
unbelieving jews,
280, &c.
what he means by my gos-
293, *.
his epistle to the ephesians
explained,
431, &c.
taught the expiration of the
law more than the other apos-
tles,
433, &c.
is wont to join himself with
the believing gentiles in speak-
ing to them,
437, t.
Perfect, (1 Cor. ii.) how to be un-
derstood,
89, *.
Phoebe, why she is called a suc-
courer of many, 422, t.
Power, what the phrase brought
under power, (1 Cor. vi.) refers
to,
118, §.
Pray with the understanding, what
it means,
178,
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Praying and prophesying, how to
be understood, 151, (3).
Present evil world, (Gal. i.) what
is meant by it,
29, *.

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Scribe, (1 Co. 1.) what, and why
mentioned by the apostle, 86, *.
Sealed, (2 Cor. i.) what it signi-
fies,
212, t.
Secular times, what St. Paul means
by that phrase,
426, +.
Seemed to be somewhat, (Gal. ii.)
how to be understood, 38, .
Set forth last, (1 Cor. iv.) what it
alludes to,
107, *.
Simplicity that is in Christ, ex-
plained,
253, t.
Sin not imputed, (Rom. v.) what
it imports,
324, *.
what it is to serve sin, 334, ‡.
how it has no dominion over
christians,
337, *.
what meant by its being ex-
ceeding sinful,
350, t.
how it is condemned in the
flesh,
358, *.
Sinners, (Gal. ii. 17) means unjus-
tified sinners,

43,
So let him eat, how to be under-
stood,
160, *.
Sovereignty of God's justice, in
casting off the jews, 376, §.
Speaking unknown tongues, why
the apostles insisted on it, in writ-
ing to the corinthians, 181, *.
Spirit, the gospel usually called so
by St. Paul,
64, §.
Such an one, who St. Paul means
by it,
215, ‡.
Supper, how eating one's own sup-
per (1 Cor. xi.) is to be under-
stood,
157, *.

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TESTIMONY of God, (1 Cor. ii.)
what it signifies,

89, *.

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W.

WAGES of sin, (Rom. vi.) what
meant by,
340, *.
Walk not after the flesh but after
the spirit, what it means, 356,
t, §.
Weakness, the meaning of through
weakness, (2 Cor. xiii.) 268, *.
Wisdom of God in a mystery, (1
Cor. ii.) how to be understood,
93, *.
Witnesses, what St. Paul means by
two or three witnesses, 267, *.
Women, of their behaviour in
christian assemblies,
150, *.
Workmanship of God, created,
what it means,
459, *.
Works, how excluded by the gos-
pel,
388, t.

THE END OF THE SEVENTH VOLUME.

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