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Of the
1 COR. XV.

resurrection. rose again the third A. D. 69. rose from the dead, day h according to

how say some among

h Ps. 2. 7. the Scriptures :

Is. 53. 10. you that there is no 5 i And that he was Ho, 6. 2. resurrection of the seen of Cephas, then La. 24. 26. dead ? of k the twelve :

46.

13 But if there be

Ac. 2. 25. 6 After that, he

no resurrection of the

1 Pe. 1.11. was seen of above five

dead, then is Christ

i Lu. 24. 34. hundred brethren at

not risen:

k Ma. 28. 17. once ; of whom the

14 And if Christ be

Mar. 16.11. greater part remain

Lu. 24. 36.

not risen, then is our unto this present,

Jno. 20.19. preaching vain, and but some are fallen Ac. 10. 41. your faith is also asleep.

I Lu. 24. 50. vain. 7 After that, he was Ac. 1. 3, 4. 15 Yea, and we are seen of James; then m Ac. 9.4.17. found false witnesses of all the apostles. & 22.14.18. of God; because twe

8 m And last of all + Or, an a. have testified of God he was seen of me

bortive. that he raised up also, as of tone born Ep. 3. 8.

Christ : whom he out of due time. o Ac. 8. 3. raised not up, if so be

9 For I am n the & 9, 1. that the dead rise least of the apostles,

Ph. 3. 6. that am not meet to

1 Ti. 1. 13.

16 For if the dead be called an apostle, because I persecuted

rise not, then is not

p Ep. 2. 7, 8. Christ raised : the church of God.

92 Co.11.23.

17 And if Christ be

& 12. II. 10 But Pby the grace

not raised, yonr faith of God I am what i Ma: 19. 20. is vain ; a 'ye are yet am: and his grace 2 Co. 3.5. in your sins. which was bestowed Ga. 2. 8. 18 Then they also upon me was not in Ep. 3. 7. which are fallen avain ; but 9 I labour. Pb. 2. 13. sleep. in Christ are ed more abundantly - 1 Th. 4.14. perished. than they all : r yet t Ac. 2. 24. 19 * If in this life not I, but the grace

& 4 10.33. only we have hope in of God which was

& 13. 30. u Ro. 4. 25.

Christ, we are of all

men most miserable. 11 Therefore whe

x 2 Ti. 3. 12.

20 But now y is ther it were I or they, - 1 Pe. 1. 3. Christ risen from the 80 we preach, and so z Ao: 26. 23. dead, and become ye believed.

Col. 1. 18.

the a firstfruits of

Re. 1.5, 12 Now if Christ

e Ro, 5.12. them that slept. be preached that he

21 For since by

Ga. 1. 13. not.

with me.

Ma. 28. 18. which

your + 1

Of the
1 COR. XV.

resurrection. man came death, bby A. D. 59. to him that put all man came also the

bJno. 11. 25. things underhim, that resurrection of the Ro. 6. 23. God may be all in all. dead.

o ver. 20.

29 Else what shall 22 For as in Adam 1 Tb.4.15, they do which

are all die, even so in 16, 17. baptized for the dead, Christ shall all be a Da. 7. 14. if the dead rise not at made alive.

27. all? why are they 23 But cevery man • Pe.110:34: then baptized for the in his owu order :

dead?

Ep. 1. 22. Christ the firstfruits ;

He. 1. 13.

30 And k why stand afterward they that & 10. 13. we in jeopardy every are Christ's at his f 2 Ti. 1. 10. honr? coming.

Re. 20. 14.

31 I protest by 24 Then cometh the 8 Ps. 8.6.

rejoicing end, when he shall

1 have in

He. 2. 8. have delivered up

1 Pe.3. 22.

Christ Jesus our the d kingdom to

h Ph. 3. 21

Lord, m I die daily. God, even the Fa

i cb. 3. 23.

32 If I after the ther; when he shall

manner of men n I have put down all2.Co.11,26. have fought with

Ga.5. 11. rule and all authori.

beasts at Ephesus, ty and power.

+ Some read, what advantageth it 25 For he must

11 Th. 2. 19. not? o let us eat and

me, if the dead rise reign, e till he hath put all enemies under m Rc. 8. 36.. drink; for to morrow his feet,

& 11. 23.

we die. 26 1 The last enemy Or, to

33 Be not deceiv. that shall be destroy. Speak after ed : evil P communi, ed is death.

the manner cations corrupt good 27 For he

& hath of men. manners. put all things under n 2 Co. 1. 8. 34 9 Awake to righhis feet. But when o Is. 22. 13. teousness, and he saith, All things & 56. 12. pot; r for some have are put under him,

Ec. 2. 24. not the knowledge of it is manifest that he

Lu. 12. 19. God : s 1 speak this is excepted, which p ch. 5. 6.

to your shame. did put all things 9 Ro. 13. 11.

35 But some man under him.

Ep. 5. 14. will

say,

t How 28 b And when all r 1 Th. 4. 5. are the dead raised things shall be sub-sch. 6.5. up ? and with what dued unto him, then t Eze. 37. 3. body do they come? shall i the Son also'u Jno. 12. 24.

36 Thor fool, u that himself be subject un

which thou sowest is

our.

sin z was

Of the
1 COR. XV.

resurrectior. not quickened, except A. D.59.

it is raised in power : it die :*

44 It is sown a pa

« Da. 12, 3. 37 And that which

Ma. 13.43.

tural body ; it is thou sowest, thou

raised a y Ph. 3. 21.

spiritual sowest not that body

body. There is a na

z Ge. 2. 7. that shall be, but

tural body, and there bare grain, it may

a Ro. 5. 14.

is a spiritual body. chance of wheat, or

b Jno.5. 21.

45 And

SO it is

& 6.33.39, of some other grain:

40. 54. 57
written,

The first 38 But God giveth

Ph. 3. 21. man

Adam it a body as it hath Col. 3. 4. made a living soul; pleased him, and to cJno. 3. 31. thea last Adam was every seed his own d Ge. 2. 7. made ba quickening body.

& 3. 19.

spirit. 39 All flesh is not e Jno. 3. 13. 46 Howbeit

that the same flesh: but 31. was not first which is

f Pb. 3. 20 there is one kind of

spiritual, but that flesh of men, apother 8 Ge. 5. 3,

which is natural ; and flesh of beasts, ano-b Ro. 8; 29: afterward that which

2 Co. 3. 18, ther of fishes, and

& 4. 11.

is spiritual. another of birds.

Ph. 3. 21.

47 • The first man 40 There

are also 1 Jno. 3. 2. is of the earth, celestial bodies, and i Ma. 16. 17. earthy:d the second bodies terrestrial : Jno. 3.3.5. man is the Lord but the glory of the ver. 36- frome heaven. celestial is one, and

* Esen "a 48 As is the earthy, the glory of the ter- prophet of

such are they also restrial is another.

their own."
Lucretius

that are earthy: sand 41 There is one glo

as is the heavenly,

says, ry of the sun, and. Whatever such are they also another glory of the changetrans that are heavenly. moon, and another fers a body

49 And gas we have glory of the stars : for into a new

borne the image of

class of beone star differeth from ings, may be the earthy, bwe shall another star in glory. justly called also bear the image

42 - So also is the the death of of the heavenly. resurrection of the the original

50 No this

say, dead. It is sown in that which brethren, that i flesh corruption; it is rais- is changed

and blood cannot ined in incorruption : from what it herit the kingdom of

43 y It is sown in was,... that God; neither doth dishonour; it is rais- dies.'-See ed in glory; it is Scott.

corruption inberit inCreech, and

corruption. sown in weakness ;

51 Behold, I shew

Pictory
1 COR. XVI.

over death. you a mystery ; We A. D. 59. jing in the work of the shall not all sleep,

Lord, forasmuch as but i we shall all be ki Th.4.15, ye know u that your changed,

16, 17. labour is not in vain

1 Ph. 3. 21, 52 In a moment, in

in the Lord. the twinkling of an

m Ze. 9. 14.

Ma. 24. 31. eye, at the

last
Jno. 5. 25.

CHAP. XVI. trump: m for

the 1 Th.4.16. trumpet shall sound.

D ? Co. 5. 4.

1 Now concerning and the dead shall

o Is. 25. 8.

the a collection for the be raised incorrupti. He. 2. 14, saints, as I have given ble, and we shall be 15. order to the churches changed.

Re. 20.14. of Galatia, even 60 53 For this corrup- p Ho. 13. 14. do ye. tible must put on + Or, hell.

26 Upon the first incorruption,

and this n mortal must put

q Ro. 4. 15. day of the week let

& 5. 13. every one of you lay on immortality. & 7.5. 13. by him in store, as 54 So

when this - Ro. 7. 25. God hath prospered corruptible shall have s 1 Jno.5.4,5. him, that there be no put on incorruption, Re. 12. 11. gatherings when I and this mortal shall

& 15. 2, 3.

come. hare put on immor

t 2 Pe. 3. 14.

3 And

when I tality, then shall be u ch. 3. 8.

come, cwhomsoever brought to pass the a Ac, 11, 29. ye shall approve by saying that is written,

them Death • is swallowed

Ro. 15. 26. your letters,

2 Co. 8. 4. will I send to bring up in victory.

& 9. 1. 12. your I liberality unto 55 P O death, where Ga. 2. 10. Jerusalem. is thay sting? 0 tgrave, b Ac. 20.7. 4 d And if it be where is thy victory?

Re. 1.10. meet that I go also, 56 The sting of o2 Co.8. 19. they shall death is sin; and the 1 Gr. Gift. me. strength of sin is the 2 Co 8. 4. 5 Now I will come law.

6. 19.

into you, e when I 57 " But thanks be d 2 Co. 8. 4. shall pass through to God, which giv

19. Macedonia : for I dc eth us sthe victory e Ac. 19. 21. pass through Mace through our Lord Je. sus Christ.

f Ac. 15, 3.

6 And it may be 58 t Therefore, my

& 17. 15.
& 21. 5.

that I will abide, beloved brethren, be Ro. 15.24. yea, and winter with ye stedfast, unmove- 2 C0.1.16. you, that ye may able, always abound.

bring f me on

my

go with

2 Co.1.16.donia.

i Th.3.2. the saints,

Paul commenderh 1 COR. XVI.

Timothy. journey whitherso. A. D. 59.

14 · Let all your ever I go. 7 For I will not

6 Ac. 18.27. things be done with Ja. 4. 15.

charity. see you now by the

15 l beseech you,

bac, 14.27. way ; but I trust to

2 C0.2.12. brethren, (ye know tarry a while with Col. 4.3. thet house of Stephayou, & if the Lord

Re. 3.8. nas, that it is the permit.

i Ac. 19.9. firstfruits of Achaja, 8 But I will tarry 1 Ac. 19.22. and that they have at Ephesus until Pen- 1 Ro. 16. 21. addicted themselves tecost.

Ph. 2. 20. to the ministry of 9 For ha great door and effectual is open

in 1 Ti,4.12.

16 y That ye subed unto

me, and n Ao. 15.33. mit yourselves unto there i are many ad- och. 1. 12. such, and to every versaries.

p Ma.24.42. one that helpeth with 10 Now kif Timo- I Th.5.6. us, and z laboureth. theus come, see that 1 Pe.5.8.

17. I am glad of the he may be with you a Phi 1. 27. coming of Stephanas without fear: for 1 he

1 Th.3.8. and Fortunatus and worketh the work of 2 Th.2.15. Achaicus : a for that the Lord, as I also do. r Ep. 6.10. which was lacking

11 m Let no maul Col. 1.11. on your part they therefore despise sch: 14. 1. have supplied. him : but conduct

1 Pe. 4.8. ch.1. 16.

18 b For they have him forth n in

refreshed my spirit that he may come a Ro. 16.5. and your's: therefore unto me: for I look * 2 C0.8.4. acknowledge o

ye for him with the bre

& 9. 1.

them that are sucb.

He. 6, 10. thren.

19 The churches of 12 As touching our y He.12.17 Asia salute yon. Abrother Apollos, Iz He: 6. 10. quilla and Priscilla greatly desired him C0,11;9. salute you much in to come unto

you

Ph. 2. 30. the Lord, d with the

Phm. 3. with the brethren :

church that is in their but his will was not

b Col. 4. 8.

house. at to come at this o 1 Th.5.12.

20 All the brethren

Pb.2, 29, time; but he will

greet you.

e Greet 4 Ro. 16,5. come when he shall

Phm.2.

ye one another with have convenient time. le Ro. 16.16. an holy kiss. 13 p Watch ye, f Col. 4.18.

21 r'The salutation standa fast in the 2 Th.3.17. of me Paul with mine faith, quit you like & Ep. 6.24. own hand. men, be strong.

22 If any man slove

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