Below is another clear mistake in the scripture reference in this passage from Durham's lectures on the tenth commandment. What could be intended where 2 Cor. is referenced? I'm not sure of an exactly parallel passage to Romans 7:15. Not sure if Durham has in mind Paul's thorn; that is not typically considered a temptation or sin I thought as much as some bodily weakness etc.?
The more actual stirrings of it [lust; concupiscence] are to be considered, either in their first risings, when they are either not adverted unto and without direct excitation or actual and formal approbation; or as they are checked and rejected, as Paul did his (Rom. 7:15; 2 Cor. 12:3).