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“The Ninth Chapter of Romans, rightly understood, is, to pious minds, sweetest consolation.”—Loci Com. Theol. de Predestinatione.
“ COME, then, thou solemn power, Philology, pioneer of the abstruser sciences, to prepare the way for their passage,
lend me thy needle-pointed pencil, that I may trace out the hair-breadth differences of language.”—ABRAHAM TUCKER. (The Light of Nature Pursued, chap. xxvi. vol. ii. p. 268, edit. 1831.)
EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS.
JAMES MORISON, D.D.,
MONOGRAPHS ON ROMANS III. AND VI., AND OF COMMENTARIES ON THE
GOSPELS OF ST. MATTHEW AND ST. MARK, ETC.
A NEW EDITION, RE-WRITTEN, TO WHICH IS ADDED AN
EXPOSITION OF THE TENTH CHAPTER.
“Alas for thee, Jerusalem! How cold thy heart to Me!
" That hour has fled, those tears are told, the agony is past;
The Lord has wept, the Lord has bled, but He has not loved –His last.
GUTHRIE. (The Redeemer's Tears.)