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Obstinate sinners 2 COR. XIII.
threatened, speak before A. D. 60. ned, and to all other, God in Christ : i but
that, if I come again, all things, b ch. 11. 31. I e will not spare :
Ro. 9. 1. dearly beloved, for
3 Since ye seek
i l Co.10.33. your edifying.
a proof of Christ 20 For I fear, lest, sh. 10. 2. speaking f in & 1310.
me, when I come, I shall
which to you-ward is not find you such as
not weak, but is
I ch.2. 1. 4. I would, and that k I
mighty s in you. shall be found unto m ch. 13. 2.
4 h For though he you such as ye would - 1 Co.6, 1. was crucified through pot : lest there be a ch. 12. 14. weakness, yet i he debates, envyings, b Nu. 35. 30. liveth by the power wraths, strifes, back
De. 17. 6. of God. Fork we bitings, whisperings,
& 19. 15.
also are weak in
Ma. 18.16. swellings, tumults: Jno. 8. 17: him, but we shall
21 And lest, when He. 10. 28. live with him by the I come again, mylo ch. 10. 2. power of God toward God I will humble a ch. 12. 21. you, me among you, and
5 1 Examine your
e ch. 1. 23. that I shall bewail
selves, whether ye be
fch. 2. 10. many m which have
Ma. 10. 20.
in the faith; prove sinned already, and
1 Co. 6.4. your own selves. have not repented of
B I Co. 9. 2.
Know ye not your the uncleanness and
own - Ph.2,7,8.
selves, m how fornication and las
i Pe. 3.18. that Jesus Christ is civionsness which
i Ro. 6. 4.
in you, except ye be they have committed.
reprobates ? CHAP. XIII, f Or,
6 But I trust that
with him. ye shall know that 1 This is a the 11 Co.11.28. we
are not reprothird time I am com.
m Ro. 8. 10.
bates. ing to you. b In the
Ga. 4. 19.
7 Now I pray to mouth of two or n 1 Co. 9. 27,
God that ye do no three witnesses shall
evil; not that we
och 6. 9. every word be esta.
should appear apblished.
proved, but that ye
* 2¢told you be persons dis should do that which fore, and foretell you, approved. In is honest, though we as if I were present, 1 Cor. is.27. be as reprobates. the secoud time; and the same 8 For we can do
Greek word being absent now I
nothing against the write to them d which cast-away. truth, but for the heretofore have sin
Benediction. 9 For we are glad, A. D. 60. and the God of love when p we are weak,
and * peace shall be and ye are strong! p 1 Co. 4. 10. with you. and this also we wish, q 1 Th.3.10. 12 y Greet one anoeven 4 your perfec-r1 Co. 4. 21. ther with an
s Tit. 1. 13. kiss. 10 r Therefore
13 All the saints write these things
u Ro. 12. 16. salute you. being absent, lest be.
14 z The grace of ing presents I should 1 Co. 1.10. the Lord Jesus Christ, use sharpness, tac- Ph. 2. 2. and the love of God, cording to the power
& 3. 16.
and a the communion
1 Pe. 3. 8. which the Lord hath
of the Holy Ghost, given me to edifica
x Ro. 15. 33.
1Co.16.20. | The second epistle 11 Finally, breth
1 Th. 5. 26.
to the Corinthians ren, farewell. Be
was written from
z Ro. 16. 24. perfect, be of good
Philippi, a city of comfort, u be of one la Ph. 2.1. Macedonia, by Timind, live in peace ;
tus and Lucas. St. Paul wrote this Epistle about a year after the preceding one, There are several important particulars introduced by him: but especially-1. His illustration of the superior glory of the Christian dispensation to that of the Mosaic. II. The great sufferings which he and his fellow-labourers endured. Jl. His cautious ad vice relating to associating with unbelievers.
ΠΑΥΛΟΥ ΤΟΥ ΑΠΟΣΤΟΛΟΥ
The Epistle of PAUL the Apostle to the
A. D. 59. raised him from the CHAP. I.
a ver. 11, 12. dead :) 1 PAUL, an apostle, b Tit. 1. 3.
2 And all the (nota of men, neither . Ac. 2. 24. brethren which are by man, but bby
d Ph. 2, 22. Jesus
with me, eunto the Christ,
e 1 Co. 16.1.
churches of Galatia : God the Father, who
3 f Grace be to you
and i Ro. 1.7.
not from man. and peace from God A. D. 58. to please men ? for if the Father, and from
I yet pleased men, our Lord Jesus Christ, 8 Ma. 20.28. I should not be the 4 & Who gave him.
Ro. 4. 25.
servant of Christ.
Tit. 2. 14. self for our sins, that
11 - But I certify
b Is. 65. 17. he might deliver us from h
Jno. 15. 19. you, brethren, that this present
the gospel which was
i ch. 5. 8. evil world, according
preached of me is not to the will of God
k 2 Co. 11.4.
after man. and our Father:
Ac. 15. 24.
12 For I neither
2 Co. 2. 17. 5 Towhom be glory
received it of man, for ever and ever.
m 1Co.16.22. neither was I taught Amen.
n De. 4. 2. it, but t by the reve6 I marvel that ye
Re. 22. 18. lation of Jesus Christ. are so soon removed o I Th. 2. 4.
have from i bim that called p 1 Sa. 24.7. heard of my converyou into the grace of
Ma. 28. 14. sation in time past
1 Jno.3.9. Christ unto another
in the Jews' religion, gospel :
q! Th. 2. 4. how
that u beyond
Ja. 4. 4. 7 Which is not another ;
measure I persecuted r 1 Co. 15.1. the church of God, but there be some that trouble - 1 Co.15.3. and wasted it : you, and would per- t Ep. 3. 3. 14 And profited in vert the gospel of u Ac. 9. 1. the Jews religion Christ.
I Ti. 1.13. above many my te8 But though mwe, * Ac. 8. 3. quals in mine own or an angel from + Gr, equals nation, y being more heaveli, preach any in years. exceedingly zealous other gospel unto you y Ac. 22. 3. of z the traditions of than that which we
Ph. 3. 6.
my fathers. have preached unto z Je. 9. 14. 15 But when it you, let him be ac- Ma. 15. 2. pleased God, a who cursed.
Mar. 7. 3.
me from 9 As we said be. a Is. 49. 1.5.
my mother's womb, fore, so say I now
Je. 1. 5.
and called me by his again, If any man
Ro. l. I. grace, preach any
16 6 To reveal his gospel unto you
Son in me, that I
c Ac. 9. 15. than n that ye have
Ro: 11. 13. might preach him received, let him be
Ep. 3. 8. among the heathen; accursed.
a Ma. 16. 17. immediately I con10 For do I now 1Co.16.50. ferred not with a flesh persuade P men, or Ep. 6. 12. and blood : God? or 4 do I seek
17 Neither went I
GAL. II. up to Jerusalem to A.D. 58. 2 And I went up them which were
by revelation, band apostles before me; • Ac. 9. 26. communicated unto but I went into Ara- t Or,
them that gospel bia, and
returned returned. which 1 preach aagain unto Damascus.
fi Co. 9. 5.
mong the Gentiles, 18 Then after three
but I privately to years el + went up to s Ma. 13. 55. them which were of Jerusalem to see Pe
Mar. 6. 3.
reputation, lest by ter, and abode with b Ro. 9. 1. any means o I should him fifteeu days.
run, or had run, in 19 But fother of the
i Ac. 9. 30.
vain. apostles saw I none, k 1 Th.2.14. 3 But neither Tisave & James the
1 Ro. 16. 7.
tus, who was with Lord's brother. 1 Co.1.30. me, being a Greek,
20 Now the things Ph. 1, 1. was compelled to be which I write unto
1 Th. 1. 1. circumcised :
2 Th. 1.1. you, h behold, before
4 And that because God, I lie not.
a Ac.15. 2. of d false brethren 21'i Afterwards U b Ac. 15. 12. unawares brought in, came into the regions i Or, who came in privily of Syria and Cilicia; severally. to spy out our e li22 And was
un-lo Ac. 15. 24. berty which we have known by face kunto & 16. 3.
in Christ Jesus, that the cburches of Ju- Ph. 2. 16. they might bring us dæa which Iwere in
i Th. 3. 6. into bondage : Christ:
d Ac. 15. 1.
5 To whom 23 But they had 24. gave place by subheard only, That he 2 Co. 11. jection, no, not for which persecuted us
an hour; that the in times past now
och. 3. 25. truth of the gospel
& 5. 1.13. preacheth the faith
might continue with which once he de
2 Pe.2.19. you. stroyed.
fch. 4. 3. 9.
6 But of those 24 And they glo-| 2C0.11.20. who h seemed to be rified God in me.
& ver. 14. somewhat, whatso
eb. 3. 1. ever they were, it CHAP. II.
& 4. 16. maketh no matter to 1 THEN fourteen b ch. 6. 3. me : i God accepteth years after all went i Ac. 10. 34. no man's person : for up again to Jerusa- Ro. 2.11. they who seemed to lem with Barnabas,
1 Pe. 1.17. be somewhat kin con. and took Titus with K 2C0.12.11. ference added nothing me also.
expostulation. 7 But contrariwise, A. D. 58. with the Gentiles : when they saw that
but when they were the gospel of the un- 1 Ac. 13. 46. come, he withdrew circumcision
Ro. 1. 6. and separated himcommitted unto me,
1 Ti. 2. 7. self, fearing them as the gospel of the 2 Ti. 1.11. which were of the circumcision was un-m 1 Th.2.4. circumcision. to Peter;
13 And the other 8 (For he that Ao. 9. 15. Jews dissembled like.
& 13. 2. wrought effectually
& 22. 21.
wise with him ; inin Peter to the apos- & 26.17,18. somuch that Barnabas tleship of the circum- 1 Co.15.10. also was carried away cision, n the
Col. 1. 29. with their dissimulawas • mighty in me och. 3. 6. tion. toward the Gen. p Ma. 16. 18. 14 But when I saw tiles :)
Bp. 2. 20. that they walked not 9 And when James,
Re, 21. 14.
uprightly according Cephas, and John, Ro. 1. 5. to u the truth of the who seemed to be & 12. 3. 6. gospel, I said unto pillars, p
& 15. 15. perceived
Peter x before them
1 Co.15.10. the 4 grace that was
Ep. 3. 8.
all, . If thou, being a given unto me, they
Jew, livest after the gave to me and Bar-+ Ac. 11. 30. manner of Gentiles,
& . nabas the right hands
and not as do the of fellowship; that 1 Co. 16.1. Jews, why compelwe should go unto the 2Co. 8&9. lest thou the Gentiles heathen, and theys Ac. 15. 35. to live as do the noto
the circumci-lt Ac. 10. 28. Jews ? sion.
& 11. 3. 15 z We who are 10 Only they would a ver. 5. Jews by nature, and that we should re- . 1 Ti.6.20. not a sinners of the member the poor;
Gentiles, ther same which I y Ac. 10. 23.
16 b Knowing that a also was forward to
man is not justified do.
z Ac. 15, 10.
by the works of the 11 · But when Pe- a Ma. 9. 11. law, but by the faith ter was come to An.
Ep.2.3.12. of Jesus Christ, even tioch, I withstood b Ac. 13. 38.
we have believed in him to the face, be- Ro. 1. 17. Jesus Christ, that we cause he was to be & 3.22. 28. might be justified by blamed.
He. 7. 18.
the faith of Christ, 12 For before that a Ps. 143. 2. and not by the works certain came
from Ro. 3. 20. of the law : for d by James, he did eat!
the works of the law