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Love, the fulfilling GAL. V.
of the law. Christ neither cir-1 A. D. 58. Jis fulfilled in one cumcision availeth
word, even in this; any thing, nor un- i 1 Th. 1. 3. Thon b shalt love thy circumcision; but
neighbour as thyself. faith i which worketh k 1Co. 9. 24. 15 But if ye bite by love.
I ch. 3. 1. and devour one ano7 Ye k did runt Or, who ther, take heed that well ; It who
did did drive
ye be not consumed hinder you that ye you back? one of another. should not obey the mch. 1. 6. 16 This I say then, truth ?
11 Co. 5.6. Walk c in the Spirit, 8 This persuasion
& 15. 33. and I ye shall not fulcometh not of him • 2 Co.2. 3. fil the lust of the that m calleth you.
& 8. 22. flesh. 9 A little leaven p ch. I. 7.
17 for a the flesh leaveneth the whole q 2 Co. 10.6. lusteth against the lump.
rch. 6. 12. Spirit, and the Spirit 10. I have confi- s 1 Co.15.30. against the
flesh : dence in you through ti co. 1. 23. and these are contrathe
Lord, that ye will be none other
u Jos. 7. 25. ry the one to the
1 Co.5.13. Other : e so that ye wise minded : but
x Ac.15.1, 2.
cannot do the things he p that troubleth
y I Pe. 2.16. ye would. you I shall bear his
18 But fif ye 'be judgment, whosoever
led of the Spirit, ye he be.
zl Co. 9. 19. are
not under the 11 And I, breth
a Ma, 7.12. ren, if ! yet preach & 22. 40.
& the circumcision, why Ja. 2. 8. works of the flesh are do I yet suffer perse- b Le. 19. 18, manifest, which are cution ? then is the Ma. 22.39 these; Adultery, foroffence of the cross Ro. 13. 8. nication,
c Ro, 6, 12. ness, lasciviousness, 12 I would they & 8. 1. 4.
20 Idolatry, witchwere
& 13. 14.
craft, which I trouble you.
ance, emulations, 13 For, brethren,
1 Or, fulfil not.
wrath, strife, sediye have been called
21 Envyings, mur.
& 8. 6, 7. use y not liberty for
ders, drunkenness, occasion to the . Ro. 7. 13. revellings, and such flesh, but z by love f Ro. 6. 14, like : of the which I serve one another. & Ja. 3. 14. tell you before, as I 14 For a all the law
have also told you in
• have P Ro. 8. 4.
25 p If we live in although.
GAL. VI. of the Spirit. time past, that h they) A. D. 58. jis nothing, he deceivwhich do such things 67 Co. 6.9.
eth himself. shall not inherit the
4 But i let every
Re. 22. 15. kingdom of God.
i Jno. 15. 2. man prove his own 22 But i the fruit
k Col. 3. 12.
work, and then shall of the Spirit is love,
Ja, 3, 17.
he have rejoicing in joy, peace, longsuf
1 Ro. 15. 14.
himself alone, and fering, k gentleness,
not k in another.
ml Co. 13.7. goodness, I m faith,
5 For every man 23 Meekness, tem-n 1 Ti. 1.9. shall bear his own perance : against : 1 Pe.2.11 burden. such there is no law. Or 6 m Let him that is 24 And they that
taught in the word are Christ's
unto crucified the flesh 9 Pb. 2. 3. him that teacheth in with the affections : Ja. 6. 19. all good things.
t Or, and lusts.
7 Be not deceiv
ed; God is not mock
b 1 Co.2.15. the Spirit, let us also
ed: for p whatsoever walk in the Spirit.
cl Co. 4.21.
a man soweth, that 26 9 Let us not be di Co. 7.5. shall he also reap. desirous of vain glo
8 4 For he that sow.
o Ro. 15. 1. ry, provoking one i Tb.5.14. eth to his flesh shall another, envying one Ino. 13. 14. of the flesh reap coranother
1 Jao.4.21, ruption ; but he that
8 Ro. 12. 3. soweth to the Spirit CHAP. VÍ. 6 2 Co.3.5. shall of the Spirit
reap life everlasting. 1 BRETHREN, *t if
9 Aud let us pot a man be overtaken i 1Co. 3. 8. be weary in well doin a fault, ye bwhich
m Ro, 15. 27.
ing: for in due sea. are spiritual, restore
son we shall reap, if
a 1 Co. 6.9. such an one o in the
we faint not.
o Job 13. 9. spirit of meekness;
10 As we have considering thyself, p La. 16.25. therefore opportunity, lest d thou also be 9 Job 4.8. let u us do good unto tempted.
Pr. u. i8. all men, especially un 2 • Bear ye one ano: ico.15.58. to them who are of ther's burdens, and
s Ma. 24. 13.
the s houshold of 80 fulfil fthe law of
t Jno. 9. 4.
how 3 For & if a man think himself to be
1 Ep. 2. 19. large a letter I have
unto you something, when h he
with mine own hand. circum-f Ps. 125. 5.
in the Cross. 12 Ag many as, A. D. 58. Jesus neither circumdesire to make a fair
cision availeth shew
any in the flesh,
y ch.2. 3. 14.
thing, nor uncircumthey y constrain you
2 Pb. 3. 18. cision, but e a new to be circumcised : a ch. 5. 11. creature. only: lest they should Þ Ph.3.3.7. 16 And as many suffer a persecution + Or,
as walk & according for the cross of Christ. whereby.
c ch. 2. 20. to this rule, peace be 13 For neither they Ro. 6. 6.
on them, and mercy, themselves who are a 100.7.19. and upon h the Israel circumcised keep the Col. 3. 11. of God. law; but desire to o 2 C0.5.17.
17 From hencehave you
forth let no man cised, that they may
trouble me: for il glory in your fesh.
8 Pb. 3. 16. bear in my body the 14 b But God for- 5 ch.3.7.9. marks of the Lord bid thai I should glo
& 4. 12. ry, save in the cross
& 9. 6. 8. 18 Brethren, k the of our Lord Jesus Ph. 3. 3. grace of our Lord JeChrist, by whom i 2 Co. 1.5. sus Christ be with the world is c cruci
& 4. 10.
your spirit. Amen. fied unto me, and I k 2 Ti, 4. 22.
Galaunto the world,
tians written from 15 For din Christ
Rome. It is probable that the Gospel was first introduced into Galatia by St. Paul, about A. D. 63; (see Acts uvi. 6.) be planted several churches there, which are called in the inscription-the churches of Galatia. As to the time when this Epistle was written, it is most reasonable to conclude that Paul wrote it before his second journey to Galatia, (see Acts xviii. 23.) and consequently not later than A.D.56.
Ro. 2. 29. Jesus.
ΠΑΥΛΟΥ ΤΟΥ ΑΠΟΣΤΟΛΟΥ
CHAP. I. A. D. 64. to the faithful in 1 PAUL, an apos
Christ Jesus : tle of Jesus Christ 2 Co. 1. 1.
2 Grace be to you, by & the will of God, 6 Ro. 1.7.
and peace, from God to b the saints which i Gal. 1.3. our Father, and from are at Ephesus, candi
the Lord Jesus Christ. 465
The eraltation EPHES. I.
of Christ. 3. Blessed be the A. D. 64. Thath purposed in himGod and Father of
self: our Lord
Jesus e I Pe. 1. 3. 10 That in the disChrist,
who hath + Or, things. pensation of the fulblessed us with all f I Pe. 2. 9. ness of times he spiritual blessings in g 1 Pe.J. 20. might gather toge. heavenly + places in ń Lu. 1.75. ther in one u all Christ :
Col. 1. 22. things in Christ, both 4 According as fhei Ro. 8. 29. which are in theahath chosen us in
k Joo. 1. 12. ven, and which are him s before the foun
on earth; even in
I Ma. 1. 26. dation of the world, Lu. 12. 32.
: that we should h be
11 » In whom also
mn Ro. 3. 24. holy and without
we have obtained an blame before him in
n Ma. 3. 17.
inheritance, y being love :
o 1 Pe. 1. 18. predestinated accord: 5 i Having predes. p Ro. 2. 4. ing to ? the purpose of tinated us unto k the
Ph. 4. 19.
him who worketh all adoption of children 9 Ro. 16. 25. things after the counby "Jesus Christ to r 2 Ti. 1. 9. sel of his own will: himself, according s Ga. 4.'4. 12 a That we should to the good pleasure
He. 1. 2. be to the praise of of his will,
1 Pe. 1. 20.
his glory, 5 who first 6 To the praise of t 1 Co. 3. 22. trusted 5 in Christ. the glory of his a Ph. 2. 9. 13 In whom ye al. grace, ni wherein he 1 Gr. the so trusted, after that hath made us accept-heavens. ye heard the word ed in n the beloved. 1 Ac. 20. 32. of truth, the gospel 7 o In whom we
Ja. 2. 5. of your salvation : have
1 Pe. 1. 4. redemption
in whom also after through his blood. y ver. 5.
that ye believed, dye the forgiveness
of z Is. 46. 10.
were sealed with that sins, according to a 2 Th.2.13. holy Spirit of prothe p riches of his b Ja. 1. 18. mise, grace ;
14 e Which is the 8 Wherein he hath
c Jno. 1. 17. earnest of our inheabounded toward us
ritance funtil the re
d 2 Ce. 1. 22. in all wisdom and
demption of the
e 2 Co. 5. 5. prudence;
posses9 q Having made Lu. 21. 28. sion, hunto the praise known unto us the 6 Ac. 20. 28. of his glory. mystery of his will. h 1 Pe. 2. 9. 15 Wherefore I alaccording to his good i Col. 1. so, i after I heard of pleasure which he
your faith in the Lord that ye
The apostle's EPHES. II.
prayer. Jesus, and love unto A. D. 64. in that which is to all the saints,
come: 16 k Cease not to k Ro. 1. 9. 22 And hath put give thanks for you, 1 Jno. 20. 17. all things under his making mention of m Col. 1. 9. feet, and gave him you in my prayers ; + Or, for the to be the head over 17 That I the God acknowledg- all
the of our Lord Jesus ment. Church,
Col. 2. 2. Christ, the Father of
23 : Which is his glory,'m may give un- Ac. 26. 18. body, a the fulness of to you the spirit of o ch.2. 12. him b that filleth all wisdom and revela- p ver. 11.
in all. tion in the know- q Col. 1. 29. ledge of him :
1 Gr. of the 18 . The eyes of might of his 1 AND a you hath your understanding power. he quickened, b who being enlightened ; - Ac. 2. 24. were dead in tres
may know s Ps. 110. 1. passes and sins; what is the hope of
He. 1. 3. 2 c Wherein in his calling, and what t Ph. 2.9,10. time past ye walked the riches of the glo
Col. 2. 10. according
to the ry of his pinherit- Ro. 8. 38. course of this world, ance in the saints,
Col. 1. 16. according
d the 19 And what is the < Ps. 8. 6. prince of the power exceeding greatness
Ma. 28. 18. of the air, the spirit of his power to us
Ho. 2. 8. that now worketh in ward who believe, y Col. 1. 18. The e children of disoaccording 4 to the z Ro. 12. 5. bedience: working 1 of his a Col. 2. 10.
Among whom mighty power,
b 1 Co. 12.6. also we all had our 20 Which he a Jno. 5. 24. conversation in times wrought in Christ, b ch. 4. 18. past in the lusts of when he raised him
o 1 Jn0.5.19. our flesh, fulfilling from the dead, and
the desires of the
d ch. 6. 12. set him at his own
flesh and of the mind;
e Col. 3. 6. right hand in the hea
and h were by navenly places,
fi Pe. 4. 3. ture the children of 21 Far above all & Gal. 5. 16. wrath, even as 0principality; u and 6 Gr. the thers. power, and might, wills. 4 But God, who and dominion, and ! Ps. 51. 5. is rich in mercy, for every name that is i Ro. 10. 12. his great love wherenamed, not only in k Ro.5. 6.8. with he loved us, this world, but also
5 Even when we