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to be avoided. love, cas Christ also A. D. 64. 9 (For the fruit hath loved us, and
of the Spirit is in all hath given himself c Ga. 1. 4.
goodness and righte
1Jno. 3.16. for us an offering and
ousness and truth ;) a sacrifice to God a Gen. 8. 21,
10 t Proving what ford for a sweet
- Ro. 6. 13. is acceptable unto the smelling savour. f 1 Co. 5. 1. Lord.
3 But - fornication, g Ma. 12. 35. 11 And u have no and all uncleanness, h Ro. 1. 28. fellowship with sthe or covetousness, flet i Ga. 6. 19. unfruitful works of it not be once named
darkness, but rather
k Col. 3. 5. among you, as be
reprove them. cometh saints ;
I Re. 22. 15.
12 z For it is a 4 & Neither 'filthi- " Jer. 29. 8. shame even to speak ness, nor foolish talk. Ro. 1. 18. of those things which ing, nor jesting, . ch. 2. 2. are done of them in which b are not con- t Gr, secret. venient: but rather unbelief, 13 But A all things giving of thanks. p Is. 9. 2.
that are I reproved 5 For this ye know, Jno. 8. 12. are made manifest by that i no whoremon- eJno. 12. 36. the light : for whatger, nor unclean pers Ga. 6. 22. soever
doth make son, por covetous
manifest is light.
t Ro. 12. 2, man, k who is
14 Wherefore he idolater, hath any
u 2 Co. 6. 14.
saith, b Awake thou inheritance in the
Ro. 6. 21. that sleepest, and a kingdom of Christ y Le. 19. 17. rise from the dead, and of God.
z Ro. 1. 24. and Christ shall give 6 m Let no man a Jno. 3. 20. thee light. deceive you
15 a See then that vain words: for be- discovered. ye walk circumspectcause of these things. Or, it. ly, not as fools, but comethn the wrath b Is. 60.1.
as wise, of God upon the
c Jno. 5. 25. 16 e Redeeming the children of disobe
d Col. 4. 5.
time, fbecause the dience.
days are evil. 7 Be not ye there e Cul. 4.5.
17 & Wherefore he ye fore partakers with f Lc. 11. 2.
not unwise, but hunthem. & Col. 1. 6. derstanding
i what 8 p For ye were h Ro. 12. 2. the will of the Lord sometimes darkness, i 1 Th. 4.3. is. but now are ye light k Pr. 20. 1. 18 And k be not ip the Lord : walk as Is. 5. 11. drunk with wine, children of light:
wherein is excess ;
with 1 Or,
Duties of wives EPHES. V. and husbands. but be filled with the A. D. 64. lof water
the Spirit ;
word, 19 Speaking to your- 1 Ac. 16. 25. 27 6 That he might selves in psalms and
present it to himself hymns and spiritual
Ja. 5. 13.
a glorious church, songs, singing and
not having spot, or
m Is. 63. 7. making melody in Col. 3. 17. wrinkle, or any such your heart to the 2 Th. 1.3. thing; d but that it
A He. 13.15. should be holy and 20 m Giving thanks I Pe. 2. 5. without blemish. always for all things o Ph. 2. 3.
28 So ought men to unto God and the i Pe. 5.5. love their wives as Father n in the namelp Ge. 3. 16. their own bodies. He of our Lord Jesus Tit. 2. 5. that loveth his wife
1 Pe. 3. 1. loveth himself. 21 • Submitting 9 ch. 6.5.
29 For no man ever yourselves
to r 1 Co. 11.3. yet hated his own another in the fear of s Col. 1. 18. flesh ; but nourisheth God.
t ch. 1. 23. and
cherisheth it, 29 P Wives, submit
u Col. 3. 20. even as the Lord the yourselves unto your
Tit. 2. 9. church : own husbands, 9 as . Col. 3. 19.
are unto the Lord.
I Pe. 3. 7. members of his body 23 For rthe hus- y Ac. 20. 24. of his flesh, and of band is the head of Ga. 1.4. his bones. the wife, even as z Jno. 3. 5.
31 f for this cause Christs is the head of Tit. 3. 5. shall a man leave his the church : and he He. 10. 22. father and mother, is the saviour of t the a Jno. 15. 3. and shall be joined body
b 2Cor. 11.2. unto his wife, and 24 Therefore as the Col. 1. 22. they stwo shall be church is subject un- c Cant. 4. 7. one flesh. to Christ, so let the d ch. 1. 4.
32 This is a great wives be to their own. Ge. 2. 23. mystery: but I speak husbands u in every
Ro. 12. 5. concerning Christ thing.
1 Co. 6.15. and the church. 25 Husbands, love (Ge. 2. 24. 33 Nevertheless h let your wives, even as Ma. 19.5. every one of you in Christ also loved the Mar. 10.7. particular so love his church, and y gave : 1 Co. 6. 16. wife even as himself; himself for it;
h ver. 25. and the wife see that 26 That he might
Col.3. 19. she
i reverence her canc:ify and cleanse i I Pe. 3. 6. husband. it * with the washing
your i Col. 4. 1.
EPHES. VI. children, &c.
A. D. 64. the same shall he reCHAP. VI.
a Pr. 23. 22.
ceive of the Lord,
whether k he be bond 1 CHILDREN, a ob Ex. 20. 12.
De. 5. 16,
or free. bey your parents in
Ez. 22. 7.
9 And, yel masters, the Lord : for this is
Mal. 1. 6, do the same things right.
Eco-3. 8. unto them, + m for2 b Honour thy fa- Ma. 15. A bearing threatening : ther and mother ;
knowing that in your
c Col. 3. 21. which is the first
Master also is in
d Ge. 18. 19. commandment with promise ;
heaven; o peither is
e 1 Po. 2. 18. there respect of per3 That it may he f 2 Co. 7. 15.sons with him. well with thee, and g 1 Ch.29.17. 10 Finally, my brethou mayest live long b Col. 3. 22. thren, be strong in on the earth.
i Ro. 2. 6. the Lord, and pin 4 And, ye fathers, k Ga. 3. 28. the power of his provoke not
might. children to wrath :
11 9 Put on the but a bring them up moderating:
whole armour of God, in the nurture aud m Le. 25. 43. that ye may be able admonition of the 1 Some read, to stand against the Lord.
wiles of the devil. 5 e Servants, be 0- and their
12 For we wrestle bedient to them that master.
not against Sr flesh
Jpo. 13. 13. are your masters ac
and blood, but acording to the flesh, • Ro, 2. 11.
gainst • principali with f fear and tremp Col. 1. 11. ties, against powers, bling, sin singleness q 1 Th. 5. 8. against t the rulers of of your heart, as unto 6 Gr. blood the darkness of this Christ;
and flesh. world, against tt spi. 6 h Not with eye. r
Ma. 16. 17. ritual wickedness in service, as men-s Ro. 8. 38. hight places. pleasers; but as the t Lu. 22. 53. i3 v Wherefore take servants
of Christ, tt Or, wick- unto you the whole doing the will of ed spirits. armour of God, that God from the heart. 11 Or.
ye may be
able to 7 With good will heavenly:
withstand in the doing service, as to 2.ch.5. 16. lavil day, and Shaving the Lord, and not to 0Or, done all, to stand. men:
14 Stand therefore, 8 i knowing
having y your loins whatsoever good Is. 69. 17. girt about with truth,
y . thing any man doeth,
and 2 having on the
that come all
The Christian EPHES. VI.
arinour. breastplate of righte- A. D. 64. am an ambassador ousness;
in it bonds : that 15 ~ And your feet a ls. 52. 7. therein i m I may shod with the pre- b 1 Jno. 5. 4. speak boldly, as I paration of the gospel o Is. 59. 17. ought to speak. of peace;
d Re. 1. 16.
ye 16 Above all, tak- & 2. 16,
also may know my ing b the shield of & 19. 15.
affairs, and how I do, faith, wherewith ye. Lu. 18. 1. Tychicus, a beloved shall be able to f Ma. 26. 41. brother and faithful quench all the fiery Mar.13. 33. minister in the Lord, darts of the wicked. 8 Ph. 1.4. shall make known to
17 And take the i Ti. 2. 1. you all things : helmet of salvation, b Ac. 4. 29. 22 p Whom I have and the sword of i 2 Co. 3. 12. sent unto you for the the Spirit, which is k 2 Co.5.20. same purpose, that the word of God :
1 Ac. 26. 29.
ye might know our 18 e Praying always 2 Ti. 1. 16. affairs, and that he with all prayer and Phm, 10. might comfort your supplication in the + Or, in a
hearts. Spirit, and fwatch-chain. 23 9 Peace be to ing thereunto with tor, thereof. the brethren, and love all perseverance and m Ac. 28. 31. with faith, from God supplications for all 1 Th. 2. 2. the Father and the saints ;
o Col. 4.7. Lord Jesus Christ, 19 h And for me,
o Ac. 20. 4.
24 Grace be with that utterance may
Tit. 3. 12. all them that love be given unto me, Jp Col. 4. 8. our Lord Jesus Christ that I may open my
q 1 Pe. 5. 14.
A mouth boldly, to
r Tit. 2. 7. make known the
Written from Rome mystery of the gos- Or, with
unto the Ephesians pel,
by Tychicus. 20 For which kl
Although it is admitted that St. Paul was the author of this Epistle, some doubts have arisen whether it was first directed to the Ephesians. Marcion, quoted by Tertullian, calls it the "Epistle to the Laodiceans." Paley, however, has observed" that the external evidence preponderates, with manifest excess, on the side of the received reading.'
St. Paul bad been very successful in his ministry at Epbesus, and be wrote this Epistle during his imprisonment at Rome; there is a striking resemblance between this and the Epistle to the Colossians, from which it is justly concluded they were both written about the samo time.
The Epistle of PAUL the Apostle to the
A. D. 64. this of you all, heCHAP. I.
a I Cor. 1.2.
cause I have you 1 PAUL and Timo
bi Pe. 1. 2.
in 6 my heart; intheus, the servants of
asmuch as both in Jesus Christ, to all : Ro. 1.8, 9. my b bonds, and in the saints a in Christ
thei defence and conJesus which are at a 2 C0. 8.1. firmation of the gosPhilippi, with the
pel, k ye all
are e Jno. 6. 29. bishops and deacons :
partakers +t of my 2 b Grace be unto
1 Or, will
grace. you, and peace, from finish it.
8 For God is my God our father, and i ver. 10.
record, m how greatly from the Lord Jesus Or, ye have I long after yon ail
me in your Christ.
in the bowels of Jesus 3 c I thank my God
& 2 Co. 3. 2 Christ. upon every t remem- Ep. 3. 1.
9 And this I pray, brance of you,
i ver. 17.
that a your love may 4 Always in every
k ch.. 14.
abound yet more and prayer of mine for
more in knowledge you all making re
tt Or, parland in all i judg
takers cith quest with joy,
me of grace.
ment; 5 d for your fellow
10 That ye may
1 Ga. 1. 20. ship in the gospel m cb. 2. 26. approve 55 things that from the first dayTh. 3.12. arettt excellent; Pthat until now;
11 Or, sense.
ye may be sincere 6 Being confident
and without offence of this very thing, o Ro. 2. 18. till 9
the day of that he which hath 69 Or, try. Christ; begun e a good work itt Or,differ 11 Being filled with in you I will perform p Ac. 24. 16. the fruits of righte. it í until the day of q 1 Co. 1. 8. Sousness, which are Jesus Christ :
Jno. 15. 4. by Jesus Christ, un7 Even as it is
Jno. 15. 8. to the glory and meet for me to think