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“This would tend to discourage parents from thus treating their children; a practice which was exceedingly common in those ages and countries. To this they were induced by the custom which prevailed, of employing such in the houses of the great and the courts of princes; so that they often rose to the highest posts of honour and authority. Some expositors therefore consider the phrase, ‘shall not enter into the congregation of the Lord,’ as meaning, that they should be incapable of bearing any office in that government which was placed over the people of God, who must thus enter a protest against this custom, and deliver selfish parents from this temptation, ver. 2, 3, 8. Ne. 13:1–3. Is. 56:3, 4. La. 1:10.” (Volume 1, Page 140)
“meat: from thence sends to Samaria for the heads of Ahab’s children and” (Volume 1, Page 308)
“THE MESSIAH. Mr. Baxter remarks, It is indeed interesting to compare, on Scripture authority, Adam as the root of sin and death to all, with CHRIST, who is to all true Christians the root of holiness and life.” (Volume 2, Page 109)
“c. 1860. Sarah. It is worthy of remark, that Sarah is the only woman whose age, death, and burial are distinctly noted in the Sacred Writings. an. ch. 17:17.” (Volume 1, Page 14)
“Trust. Ps. 22:4, 5; 34:1, 2; 47:1–3. Job 13:15. Is. 26:4; 50:10. 1 Jno. 2:28” (Volume 1, Page 379)