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Not named or known, what it sig- Phæbe, why she is called a suc-
under power, (1 Cor. vi.) refers
that the offence might abound, Pray with the understanding, what
375, m. be understood, 137, (3).
50, e. Principalities, powers, &c. signify
persons vested with authority,
Prophesying, (1 Cor. xi.) the no-
Put on Christ, the meaning of that
Quicken your mortal bodies, this
Quickened, how far Christians are
what he means by my Go Right hand of fellowship, what it
of the law, this
of God, what is
T. Sanctified in Christ Jesus, what it Testimony of God, (1 Cor. ii.)
what it signifies, means, 109, m.
85, a. Saved, (Rom. xi.) what it means,
Theatre, how St. Paul alludes to it,
in the words set forth last, 100, r.
257, r. (Ephes. ii.) the import of Things that are not, the import of
that expression, it,
that pertain to God, what Scribe, (1 Cor. i.) what, and why mentioned by the apostle, 81, a.
this phrase signifies, 379, b.
Time is short, what it Sealed,(2 Cor. i.) what it signifies,
118, 1. Secular times, what St. Paul means
Truth of the Gospel, (Galat. ii.) by that phrase,
385, k. what it signifies, Seemed to be somewhat, (Gal. ii.) how to be understood,
39, b. Set forth last, (1 Cor. iv.) what it
Vessel to honour, meaning of it, alludes to, 100, r.
342, x. Simplicity that is in Christ, ex
Virgin, (1 Cor. vii. 37) seems to plained,
signify a single state, Sin not imputed, (Rom. v.) what it
Unbelief, in what sense charged on imports,
Jews and Gentiles, 358, x. what it is to serve sin, 303, d.
Unclothed, and clothed upon, (2 how it has no dominion over
Cor. v. 4) what they mean, Christians,
305, m. what meant by its being exceeding sinful, --how it is condemned in the
325, o. Wages of sin, (Rom. vi.) what Sinners, (Gal. ii. 17) means un- meant by,
308, w. justified sinners, 43, a, Walk not after the flesh, but after So let him eat, how to be under- the spirit, what it means, 323, stood,
145, f. Sovereignty of God's justice, in Weakness, the meaning of through casting off the Jews,
341, w. weakness, (2 Cor. xiii.) 241, b. Speaking unknown tongues, why Wisdom of God in a mystery, the apostles insisted on it, in (1 Cor. ii.) how to be under
writing tothe Corinthians, 163,0. stood, Spirit, the Gospel usually called so Witnesses, what St. Paul means by by St. Paul,
two or three witnesses, 240, a. Such an one, who St. Paul means Women, of their behaviour in by it,
194, k. Christian assemblies, 136, a. Supper, how eating one's own sup- Workmanship of God, created, per (1 Cor. xi.) is to be under
what it means,
416, a. stood,
143, a. Works, how excluded by the Go
THE END OF VOL. VIII.