After the Flesh
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"After the flesh" is a book by Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff.
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A Dictionary of the Bible (1798)
Or, An Explanation of the Proper Names & Difficult Words in the Old and New Testament, Accented as They Ought to be Pronounced. With Other Useful Particulars for Those who Would Understand the Sacred Scriptures and Read Them with Propriety
joses, or joseph, the son of Cleopas and Mary, was brother to James the Less, and a near relation to our Lord Jesus after the flesh. Mark xv. 40. 5%ua, Şeháshua, or Oshea (saviour) the son of Nun ...
by Augustin Calmet
is to be misled by error: to walk in the light, is to be well informed; to walk by faith, is to expect the things promised or threatened, and to behave accordingly; to walk after the flesh, is to gratisy fleshly appetites; to walk after the Spirit, is to pursue spiritual objects, to cultivate spiritual affections, to be spiritually minded, which is life and peace. WAGES, reward for service performed, anciently taken in kind. Wide FRAGMENTs, Nos. 85 and 303. The wages of the hireling was to be paid ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
—Ye judge after the flesh. john viii. 15. - ** T. (2.) Flesh, in amatomy, (§ 1, def. 2.) a compound substance, confifting of the various softer solids of the animal body, and so denominated in contradistinction ...
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