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Paul's joy that PHIL. 1. Christ is preached.

12 But I would yel A. D.64. salvation y through should understand,

your prayer, and the brethren, that thé ! or,

supply of z the Spirit things which happened for Christ. of Jesus Christ, unto me have fallen t ch. 4. 22.

20 According to my out rather unto the t Or, ce- earnest a expectation furtherance of the sar's court. and my hope, that gospel ;

Or, to all in b nothing I shall 13 So that my bonds others.

be ashamed, but that int Christ are mani. u ch. 2. 3. with c all boldness, fest tin all I the x ver. 7.

as always,

So now palace, and ģ in all y 2 Co.1, 11. also Christ shall be other places ;

z Ro. 8. 9. magnified in my 14 And many of the

Ga. 4.6.

body, whether it be brethren in the Lord,

1 Pe. 1.11.

by life, or by death. waxing confident by a Ro. 8. 19. 21 For to me to my bonds, are much b Ro. 5.5. live is Christ, and to more bold to speak c Ep. 6. 19. die is gain. the word without

20. 22 But if I live in fear,

d 2 Co. 5. 8. the flesh, this is the 15 Some indeed . La. 2. 29. fruit of my labour : preach Christ even

2 Ti. 4.6. yet what I shall of envy and u strife : f ch. 2. 24. choose I wot not. and some

also
of g 2 Co. 1.14.

23 For d I am in a good will :

& 5. 12. strait betwixt two, 16 The one preach

having a desire to Christ of contention, ver. 23not sincerely, sup- renders

depart, and to be

* Doddridge with Christ; which posing to add affic tone man is far better tion to my bonds:

λον κρείσσον,

24 Nevertheless to 17 But the other of better be- abide in the flesh is love, knowing that i yond all *- more needful for you. am set for the de pression;

and observes,

25 Andfhaving this fence of the gospel. that the a

confidence, I know 18 What then? not. postle seems that I shall abide withstanding, every to labour for and continue

with way, whether in pre- using the

you all for your fur. tence, or in truth, highest sa

therance and joy of Christ is preached, perlative and I therein do re which it is 26 That 5 your rejoice, yea, and will perhaps pos- joicing may be more rejoice.

abundant in Jesus 19 For I know that

in any lan

Christ for me by my

guage. this shall turn to my

coming to you again.

faith ;,

2 Ti. 2.11. selves.

Christ equal
PHIL. II.

with God. 27 Only b let your A. D.64. same love, being of conversation be as it

one b Ep.4.1.

accord, of one becometh the gospel Col. 1. 10.

mind. of Christ : that whe- 1 Th.2. 12. 3 Let nothing be ther I come and seeli ch. 4. 1. done through strife or you, or else be ab.lk 100.1.10. Vainglory; but fin sent, I may hear of

I Jude 3.

lowliness of mind let your affairs, i that ye

each esteem other

m 2 Th. 1.5. stand fast in one spi

better than themrit, with one mind n Ro. 8. 17. striving together for

4 5 Look not every the faith of the gos

o Ac. 5. 4).

man on his own pel;

p Ep. 2.8.

things, but every man 28 And in nothing 4 Col. 2. 1.

also on the things of terrified by your ad-fr Ac. 16. 19. others. versaries : m which is a 2 Co.13.14.

5 h Let this mind to them an evident b Col. 3. 12. be in you, which was Loken of perdition, c Jno. 3. 29. also in Christ Jesus : but n to you of salva-a i Pe. 3. 8. 6 Who, i being in tion, and that of

e Ja. 3. 14.

the form of God, God.

f Pe. 5. 5. thought k it not rob 29 For unto you oit

g 1 Co.10.24.

bery to be equal with is given in the behalf

God:

b Ma. 11. 29. of Christ, P not only

71 But made himto believe on him,

i He. 1. 3.

self of no reputation,

k Jno. 5. 18. bat also to suffer for

and took upon him his sake;

I Ps. 22. 6.
Is. 53. 3.

the form mof a ser30 4 Having the

m Is. 42. 1. vant, and was made game conflict r which

Ze. 3. S. in the likeness of ye saw in me, and Ma. 20.29.men: now hear to be in n Jno. 1. 14.

8 And being found me,

Ro. 1. 3. in fashion as a man, CHAP. II.

+ Or, habit. he humbled himself, o Ma. 26. 39. and

• became obe1 If there be there- Jpo. 10.18. dient unto

death, fore any consolation p Juo. 17. 1. even the death of the in Christ, if any com- Ac. 2. 33. cross. fort of love, a if any

He. 2.9.
9 Wherefore

God fellowship of the Spi- 9 Ep. 1. 20. also p hath highly

He. 1. 4. rit, if any b bowels

exalted him, and and mercies,

Is. 45. 23. given him a name ge Fulfil my

Ro: 14:01. which is above every joy, that ye be like

Re. 5. 13. name: minded, having the

10 - That at the

ye

Paul commendeth PHIL. 11.

Timothy. name of Jesus every A. D. 64. 17 Yea, and if 5 I knee should bow, of

s Jno, 13. 13.

be s offered upon the things in heaven, and Ac. 2. 36. sacrifice hand service things in earth, and Ro. 14. 9. of your faith, il joy, things. under the

1 Co. 8. 6. and rejoice with you earth;

tch. 1. 5. all.
11 And that every u Ep. 6. 5. 18 For the

same tongue should con- . 2 Co. 3.6. cause also do ye joy, fess that Jesus Christ He. 13.21. and rejoice with me. is Lord, to the glory , 1 Co.10.10. 19 # But I trust in of God the Father. 1 Pe. 4. 9. the Lord Jesus to

12 Wherefore, my z Ro. 14. 1. send k Timothens beloved, t as ye have + Or,sincere. shortly unto you, always obeyed, not

that I also may be of

a Ma. 5. 45. as in my presence Ep. 5. 1. good comfort, when only, but now much b 1 Pe. 2. 12. I know your state. more in my absence,l. De. 32. 5.

20 For I have no work out your own

man 11 likeminded,

for,shine ye. salvation with fear

who will naturally

a Ma. 5. 14. care for your state. and trembling: 13 For r it is God

Ep. 5. 8.

91 For all m seek which worketh in you

.2 Co. 1.14.

their own, 1 Th. 2. 19.

dot the both to will and to

Ga. 2. 2.

things which are Je do of his good plea

1 Th. 3. 5. sus Christ's. sure.

22 But

know 14 Do all

82 Ti. 4. 6. things

the proof of him, without y

Gr. poured that, as a son with ings and a disputings: Ro. 15. 16. the father,, he hath

15 That ye may be i 2 Co.7: 4. served with me in blameless and tharm- Col. 1. 24. the gospel. less, the sons of tt Or, 23 Him therefore I God, without rebuke, moreover. hope to send present, in b the midst of cat Ro. 16. 21. ly, so soon as I shall crooked and perverse

I Th 3.2. see how it will go

1 Ps. 55. 13. nation, among whom

with me. yetd shine as lights

11 Or,so dear

24 But I trust in

unto me, in the world;

the Lord that I also 16 Holding 2 Ti. 4.10: myself shall

come the word of life; that n 1 Co. 4.17. shortly. I may rejoice in the I Ti. 1.2. 25 Yet I suppose it day of Christ, that I 2 Ti. 1.2 Decessary to send to have not run in vain,

och. 1. 25.

you Phm. 2.

p Epaphroditus, neither laboured in

pch. 4. 18. my brother, and comvain.

panion in labour, and 480

ye

murmur-forth.

forthm 1C0.10.24.

The true
PIL. IIl.

circumcision, fellowsoldier 9, but A. D. 64. not grievous, but for your messenger, and

you it is safe. hes that ministered q Phm. 2. 2 b Beware of dogs, to my wants. r 2 Co. 8. 23. beware of

e evil 26 ' For he longed s 2 Co. 11. 9. workers, a beware of after you all, and was t ch. 1. 3. the concision. full of heaviness, be- + Or, honour

3 For we are the cause that

ye had such. circumcision, which heard that he had 1 Co.16,18. worship God in the been sick.

1 Th.5.12. spirit, and 6 rejoice 27 For indeed he i Ti.5.17. in Christ Jesus, and was sick nigh unto 1 Co.16.17. have no confidence in death: but God had a 2Co.13.11. the flesh. mercy on him; and 1 Th.5. 16. 4 Though h I might pot on him only, but b Is. 56. 10. also have confidence on me also, lest I Ga. 5. 15. in the flesh. If any should have sorrow c 2 Co.11.13. other man thinketh upon sorrow.

d Ro. 2. 28.

that he hath whereof 28 I sent him there. Ga. 5. 2. he might trust in the fore the more care-l. De. 10.16. flesh, I more : fully, that, when ye Jer. 4. 4. 5 i Circumcised the see him again, ye

Ro. 2. 29. eighth day, k of the

Col. 2. 11. stock of Israel, lof may rejoice, and that 1 may be the less fJno. 4. 23. the tribe of Benja

6 sorrowful.

g Ga. 6.14.

min, man Hebrew of 29 Receive him

the Hebrews; as therefore in the Lord . 2 Co.11.18. touching the law, na with all gladness;

i Ge. 17. 12. Pharisee ; and to hold such in k 20.11.22. 6

'Concerning reputation :

1 Ro. 11. 1. zeal, p persecuting 30 Because for the m 2C0.Jl.22. the church ; I touch work of Christ hen Ac. 23. 6. ing the righteousness was nigh unto death, o Ac. 22. 3.

which is in the law, not regarding his

Ga. 1. 13. blameless. life, to supply your p Ac. 8. 3.

7 But s what things lack of service toward

q Ro. 10. 5.

were gain to me, me.

those I counted loss r Lu. 1. 6.

for Christ. CHAP. III.

Ma. 13. 44. 8 Yea doubtless, 1 FINALLY, my t Is. 53. 11. and I count all things prethren, a rejoice in

Jer. 9. 23. but loss t for the ex

Jno. 17. 3. he Lord. To write

1 Co. 2.2.

cellency of the knowhe same things to Col. 2. 2. ledge of Christ Jesus you, to me indeed is

my Lord : for whom

Ga. 2. 16. sus.

Paul's desire

PHIL. III. to win Christ. I have suffered the A. D. 64. 14 I press toward loss of all things, and

the mark for the prize do count them but u Ro.10.3.5. of fthe high calling dung, that I may Ro. 1. 17. of God in Christ Jewin Christ,

9 And be found y Ro. 6.3, 4. 15 Let us therefore, in him, not having

2 Co. 4. 10. as many as be 5 perminen own righte- i Pe.4.13: fect, h be thus mindousness, which is of z Ac. 26.7.

ed : and if in any the law, but that a 1 Ti. 6. 12. thing ye be otherwise which is through the

b He. 12. 23.

minded, God shall faith of Christ, the

reveal even this auto

c Ps. 45. 10. righteousness which

Lu. 9. 62. you. is of God by faith : 2 Co. 5.16. 16 Nevertheless,

10 That I may a 1 Co.9.24 whereto we have al know him, and the He. 6. I. ready attained, i let power of his resur- 2 Ti.4.7, 5. us walk k by the same rection, and y the fel

He. 12.1. rule, I let us mind the lowship of his suffer- f He. 3. 1. same thing. ings, being made g 1 Co. 2. 6. 17 Brethren, n be conformable unto his Ga. 5. 10. followers together of death ;

i Ro. 12. 16. me, and mark them 11 If by any means k Ga. 6. 16. have us for an en

which walk so as "ye I might z attain unto

1 ch. 2. 2. the resurrection of

sample. the dead.

m I Co.4. 16.

18 (For many walk,

1 TI.1. 6. 19 Not as though I

nl Pe. 5. 3.

of whom I have told had already a attain

you often, and now

o Ga. 1. 7. ed, either were al.

tell you even weep. ready b perfect: but

p 2 Co:11.15.
2 Pe. 2. 1.

ing, that they are the I follow after, if that

enemies of the cross I may apprehend that 9 Ro: 16. 18. of Christ : for which also I am Tit. 1. 11.

19 p Whose end is apprehended of Christ r Ho. 4. 7.

destruction, 9 whose Jesus.

2C0.11.12. God is their belly, 13 Brethren, I count Ga. 6. 13. and r whose glory is not myself to have's Ro. 8. 5. in their shame, s who apprehended: but this t Ep.2.6.19. mind earthly things.) one thing I do, for- Col.3. 1.3.

20 For four congetting those things . Ac. 1. 11. versation is in heawhich are

behind, and d reaching forth

* 1 Co. 1. 7. ven ; u from whence

i Tb. 1. 10. also we I look for the unto those

things

Tit. 2. 13. Saviour, the Lord Jewhich are before,

sus Christ :

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