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Page 9 - open face beholding as in a glafs the glory of the Lord, " are changed into the fame image from glory to glory, " even as by the Spirit of the Lord.
Page 13 - It carrieth in it a great condecency unto Divine wisdom, that man should be restored unto the image of God, by Him who was the essential image of the Father ; and that He was made like unto us, that we might be made like unto Him, and unto God through Him ;" and we are immediately reminded of a recent treatise on the Incarnation, and all its beautiful speculation regarding the
Page 21 - And then we are in the other world, when we can fee it , and confer ft with it : Thus St. Paul tells us, That when we are at home in the body, we are abfent from the Lord ; but when we are abfent from the body, we are prefent with the Lord, 2 Cor. v. 6, 8. And...
Page 19 - But it is the death of Christ, who is God and man. So the death of the body is not the death of the soul; but it is the death of the man, who is both soul and body. Such is the nature of a personal union, and such the manner of speaking of it ; and it is so obvious and common a case, that none but philosophers would mistake it. The author closes his discourse on this head with observing, that our opposers...