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2 COR. IV. in affliction, 16 Nevertheless A. D. 60. I believe Dot, lest ithe when z it shall turn
light of the glorious to the Lord, a the vail : Ex. 34. 34. gospel of Christ, shall be taken away..
Ro. 11. 23. who k is the image 17. Now b the Lord • Is. 25.7.
of God, should shine is that Spirit: and b 1Co.15.45. unto them. where the Spirit of c 1Co.13.12.
5 1 For we preach the Lord is, there is a 1 Ti, 1. u. not ourselves, but liberty. . Ro. 8. 29. Christ
the 18 But we all, with + Or, of the Lord ; and
m ouropen face beholding Lord the
selves your servants as o in a glass d the Spirit.
for Jesus' sake, glory of the Lord. a 'ch. 3. 6.
6 For God, n who changed into b 1 Ti. 1. 13. commanded the light the same image from 1 Gr. shame. to shine out of dark. glory to glory, even
Ro. 1. 16: ness, hath • shined
cl Th.2.3.5. as + by the Spirit of
d ch. 6. 4.7. the plight of the
in our hearts, to give the Lord. e ch. 5. 11. knowledge
of CHAP. IV. f 1 Co. 1. 18. glory of God in the 1 THEREFORE See- & Jno.12.21. face of Jesus Christ. ing we have a this á Is. 6. 10. 7 But we have this ministry, bas we have Jno. 12. 40. treasure in 9 earthen received mercy, we i ch. 3. 8, 9. vessels, r that the exfaint not;
k Jno. 1. 18. cellency of the power 2 But have re
Col. 1. 15.
may be of God, and nounced the hiddenu 1 Co. 1. 13. not of us. things of I dishones.
m 1 Co.9.19.
8 We are troubled ty, not walking in
on every side, yet craftiness, o nor hand-/ - Ge. 1. 3.
not distressed; we are ling the word of God Gr, is he
perplexed, but toot deceitfully; but d by manifestation of the
9 Persecuted, but truth ecommending p ver. 4. not forsaken ; tcast ourselves to every 9 ch. 5. 1.
down,, but not deman's conscience in 1 Co. 2.5. stroyed; the sight of God. sch. 7. 5. 10 u Always bearing
3 But if our gospel tt Or, not about in the body the be hid, fit is hid to altogether
dying of the Lord them that are lost :
without help or, means.
Jesus, that the life 4 In whom & the Ps. 37. 24. also of Jesus might god of this world
a 100.15.31. be made manifest in hath h blinded the 3 1 Po.4.13. our body. minds of them which
11 For we which
0 2 Pe. 1. 19. in despair;
2 COR. V. immortality live y are alway de- A. D. 60. 18 b While we look livered unto death
not at the things for Jesus' sake, that y ch. 44. 22. which are seen, but the life also of Jesus
100.15.31. at the things which might be made mani- 49. are not seen : for the fest in our mortal
z ch. 13. 9. things which are seen flesh.
a Ro. 1. 12.
are temporal; but 12 So then death
2 Po. 1.1. the things which are worketh in us, but b Ps.116.10. not seen are eternal. life in you.
c Ro. 8.11. 13 We having a the
1 Co. 6.14. same spirit of faith, a ch. 1. 6.
CHAP. V. according as it is
1 Co. 3. 21.
1 FOR we know written, I believed, Col. 1. 24. that if a our earthly and therefore have I 2 Ti.2. 10. house of this taberspoken ; we also be-. ch. 1. 11. nacle were dissolved, lieve, and therefore
& 8. 19. we have a building speak;
& 9. 11, 12. of God, an house not 14 Knowing that
f Ro. 7. 22.
hands, heo which raised up
Ep. 3. 16.
eternal in the heathe Lord Jesus shall
1 Pe. 3. 4. vens. raise up us also by
& Ma, 5. 12.
2 For in this b we Jesus, and shall pre- Ro. 8. 18. groan, earnestly desent us with you. 1 Pe. 1. 6. siring to be clothed 15 For d all things
& 5. 10.
upon with our house are for your sakes, 1 ch.5.7.
which is from bea. that e the abundant Ro. 8. 24. ven: grace might through
He. 11.1. 3 If
BO be that the thanksgiving of a cb. 4. 7. being clothed we many redound to the Job 4. 19. shall not be found glory of God.
2 Pe. 1.13, naked. 16 For which cause
4 For we that are we faint not; but b Ro. 8. 23. in this tabernacle do though our outward . Ro. 3. 18. groan, being burdenman perish, yet fthe & 16. 15. ed: not for that we inward man is re-la 1 Co. 15. would be unclothed, newed day by day.
but d clothed upon, 17 For 8 our light
that mortality might affliction, which is
e Is. 29. 23. be swallowed up of but for a moment,
Ep. 2. 10.
fch. 1. 22. worketh for us a far
5 Now Ro. 8, 23.
e he more exceeding and Ep. 1. 14. hath wrought us for eternal weight of & 4. 30. the selfsame thing is glory;
God, who also fhath
All men will
be judged. given unto us the A. D. 60. jagain unto you, but earnest of the Spirit.
give you occasion to 6 Therefore we are & Ro. 8. 24. glory on our behalf,
1 Co.13.12. always confident,
that ye may have
He. 11. 1. knowing that, whilst
somewhat to answer
h Pb. 1. 23. them which glory I in we are at home in the body, we
appearance, and not absent from the
in heart. Lord :
i Ma. 25. 31,
13 For P whether
32, 7 (For & we walk
Ro. 14. 10.
we be beside ourby faith, not by
selves, it is to God:
k Ro. 2.6. sight :)
Ga. 6. 7.
or whether we be 8 We are confident, Ep.6.8. sober, it is for voor I say, and h willing Col. 3. 24. cause. rather to be absent
Re. 22. 12. 14 For the love of from the body, and 1 Job 31. 23. Christ constraineth to be present with
He. 10.31. us; because we thus the Lord.
Jude 23. judge, that qif one 9 Wherefore
mch. 4. 2. died for all, then
we labour,t that, whe- n ch. 3. 1. were all dead : ther present or ab- o ch. 1. 14. 15 And that he died sent, we may be ac-1 Gr.
for all, r that they cepted of him. in the face. which live should
10 i For we must p ch. 11. 1. not henceforth live all appear before the q Ro. 5. 15. unto themselves, but judginent seat of
r Ro. 6. JI.
unto him which died Christ ; k that every
1 Co. 6. 19. for them, and rose one may receive the Ga. 2. 20. again. things done in his
s Wherefore body, according to
i Pe. 4. 2. henceforth know we that he hath done,
s Ma. 12. 50.
no man after the whether it be good
Jno. 15. 14. flesh: yea, though
Ga. 5.6. or bad.
Ph.3.7, 8. we have known 11 Knowing there- Col. 3. 11. Christ after the flesh, fore the terror of the t Jno. 6. 63. yet t now henceforth Lord, we persuade u Ro. S. 9.
know we him no more. men; but mwe are Ga. 6. 15. Therefore any made manifest unto Or,
man u be in Christ, and I trust let him be.
he is a new creaalso are made mani- x Ga. 5. 6. ture : yold things are fest your
passed away; sciences.
Ep. 2. 15. hold, all things are 12 For nwe
Re: 21.5. become new. mend Dot ourselves!
18 And all things
Paul's faithful 2 COR. VI.
ministry. are of God, z whoj A. D. 60. is the accepted time ; hath reconciled us to
behold, now is the
z Ro. 5. 10. himself by Jesus
Ep. 2.16. day of salvation.) Christ, and hath Col. 1. 20. 3 e Giving no ofgiven to us the mi- a Ro. 3. 24. fence in any thing, nistry of reconciliat Gr. that the ministry be
put in us. not blamed: 19 To wit, that b ch. 5. 6. 4 But in all things God a was in Christ, Job. 33.23. approving t ourselves
Mal. 2. 7. Teconciling the world
as f the ministers of
Ep. 6. 20. unto himself, not im- och. 6. 1.
God, in much paputing their tres-d Is. 63. 6.9. tience, in affictions, passes unto them ;
12. in vecessities, in disand hath +committed
Ga. 3. 13. tresses, unto us the word of
I Pe. 2. 22. 58 in stripes, in reconciliation.
24. imprisonments, $ in
1 Jno. 3. 5. 20 Now then wee Ro. 1. 17. yumults, in labours, are bambassadors for
& 5. 19. in watchings, in fastChrist,, as e though & 10. 3.
ings; God did beseech you a 1 Co. 3. 9. 6 By pureness, by by us : we pray you in b cb. 5. 20. knowledge, by longChrist's stead, be ye c He. 12. 15. suffering, by kindreconciled to God. d Is. 49. 8. ness, by the Holy
21 For d he hath e Ro. 14.13. Ghost, by love unmade him to be sin 1 Cor.9.12. feigned, for us, who knew no
& 10. 32. 7 . By the word of sin; that we might Gr..com
truth, by i the power be made the righte
of God, by k the arousness
mour of righteoushim.
on the right 8 ch. 11. 23. hand and
on the CHAP. VI. 1 We then, ings to and
8 By honour and
fo. workers a together
hch. 4. 2.
dishonour, by evil with him, b beseech
& 7. 14, report and good reyou also c that ye re-li 1 Co. 2. 4. port : as deceivers, ceive not the grace k ch. 10. 4. and yet true ; of God in vain.
Ep. 6. 11. 9 As unknown, and 2 (For he saith, al 13. yet! well known; have heard thee in a
2 Ti. 4. 7. I ch. 4. 2.
as m dying, and, betime accepted, and
& 5. 11.
hold, we live; nas in the day of salva: m 1 Co. 4. 9. chastened, and not tion have I succoured
n Ps. 118.1s. killed; thee: behold, now!
10 As sorrowful,
of God in fi Co. 4. 1.
Or, in toss-left,
to holiness. yet alway rejoicing; A. D. 60. out from among them, as poor, yet making
and be ye separate,
och. 7. 3. many rich; as having
saith the Lord, and nothing, and
yet pos- p ch. 12. 15. touch not the unclean sessing all things.
q 1 Co. 4.14. thing; and I will re11 Oye Corinthians,l. De 7.2, 3. ceive you,
1 Co. 5. 9. our mouth is open
18 And will be a
& 7. 39. unto you, our heart
Father unto you, and
1 Sa. 5. 2, is enlarged.
ye shall be my sons 12 Ye are not
IK1.18.21. and daughters, saith straiteved in us, but 1Co.10.21. the Lord Almighty. ye P are straitened in Ep. 5. 7.
CHAP. VII. your own bowels. 13 Now for a re- tl Co. 3. 16. I HAVING a there
in com pence
& 6. 19. fore these promises,
Ep. 2.21, dearly beloved, let us same, (9 I speak as
22. unto my children,)
He. 3. 6.
cleanse ourselves be ye also enlarged.
from all filthiness of
u Ex. 29. 45. 14 - Be ye not un- Le, 26. 12.
the flesh and spirit, eynally yoked toge- Je. 31. 33. perfecting holiness ther with unbeliev
& 32. 38. in the fear of God.
Ez. 11. 20. ers: for s what fellow
2 Receive us; we
& 36. 28. ship hath righteous
have & 37. 26.
wronged no ness with uprighte- Ze. 8. 8. man, we have corousness? and what & 13. 9. rupted no man, bwe communion hath 3 ch.7.1. have defrauded
no light with darkness?
Is. 52. 11. man. 15 And what con
Re. 18. 4.
3 I speak not this cord hath Christ with y Je. 31. 1. to condemn you: for
9. Belial? or what part
I have said before,
Re. 21. 7. hath he that believeth
that ye are in our
a ch. 6. 17. hearts to die and live with an infidel?
1 Jno.3.3. 16 And what agree.
boh. 12. 17. ment hath the temple
4 d Great is Ac. 20. 33.
my of God with idols!
boldness of speech
c ch. 6. 11, for tye are the tem
toward you, e great is ple of the living a ch.8. 12.
my glorying of you : God; as God hath
If am filled with
e ch. 1. 14. said, I will dwell
ex comfort, I am
1 Co. 1.4. in them, and walk in
ceeding joyful in all
fch. 1. 4. them; and I will be
Ph. 2. 17.
our tribulation. their God, and they Col. 1. 24.
5 For, when we shall be my people.
8 ch. 2. 13. were come into Ma. 17 - Wherefore come
cedonia, our flesh had