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...ment from the offspring of men, or of the world; see ( Genesis 6:2 Genesis 6:4) . To be the children of God is an exceptionally extraordinary support, an incredible gift, and high respect. Christ, has a worry, as in Christ, the word: the expression is explanative of the previous piece of the verse, and is an illustrative and manifestative character of the children of God; for however the choose of God, by ethicalness of choosing effortlessness, and the agreement of elegance, are the offspring of God before confidence; and were so considered in the endowment of them to Christ, and when he appeared on the scene to accumulate them together, and spare them; thus forerunner to the Spirit of God, being sent down into their souls, to make this known not; yet no man can know his appropriation, nor appreciate the solace of it, or claim his enthusiasm for it, until he accepts.
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