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Page 62 - Be je tawvdly adorned with humility." of the most ornamental graces of their profession, should constantly appear in all their conversation, so as to strike the eye of every beholder ; and that this amiable grace should be so closely connected with their persons, that no occurrence, temptation, or calamity should be able to strip them of it.
Page 6 - Now (in this life) we see by means of a mirror, reflecting the images of heavenly and spiritual things, E?
Page 70 - sacred ecstasy, \Wien, the use of the external senses being suspended, God reveals something in a peculiar manner to his servants, who are then taken, or transported, out of themselves.
Page 126 - ... opinion, that this chance of eventual profit to the treasury, whereof the priests, and the leading men of the Pharisees had the management, contributed not a little to the establishment of such impious maxims. The words therefore, be it corban, or devoted, involve an imprecation against himself, if he shall ever bestow any thing to relieve the necessities of his parents.
Page 101 - Jewish religion, but to have corrupted it by occasionally complying with the pagan ceremonies of the Romans.
Page 33 - Asiarchs, officers of a religious nature, who presided over ike public games instituted in honour of the gods, in the Asiatic provinces of the Roman empire.
Page 242 - XP"™'i"i christoi anointed. Hence used as a title of Jesus.* The Anointed, The Christ. It is of the same import as the Hebrew word MessiahSo St. John expressly informs us. John i. 2O. and iv. 25. — II. The word Christ sometimes denotes the Christian church, or that society of which Christ is the head, as 1 Cor. xii. 12. 27. — III.