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erhorlations, 21 y Who shall A. D. 64. [thing by prayer and change our vile body,
with that it may be fa- y Co 15.43. thanksgiving let your
Col. 3. 4 shioned like unto his
requests be 1 Jno. 3. 2.
made glorious body, z ac-z Ep. 1. 19."|known unto God. cording to the work
a 1 Co.15.26.
7 And k the peace ing whereby he is
of God, which passeth
a cb. 1.8. able a even to subdue
b 2 Co.1.14. all things unto him- 1 Th. 2. 19. shall keep your hearts self.
ech. 1. 27, and minds through
d ch. 2. 2.
8 Finally, brethren, 1 THEREFORE, myle Ro. 16. 3. whatsoever things brethren dearly be. f Ex. 32. 32. are true, whatsoever loved and longed Ps. 69. 28. things are honest, for, b my joy and
Da. 12. 1. whatsoever things
Lu. 10. 20. crown, 80 ° stand fast
Re. 3. 5.
are just, whatsoever in the Lord, my dearly & 21. 27. things are pure, what. beloved.
g Ro. 12. 12. 2 I beseech Euo- 1 Th.5. 16. lovely, whatsoever dias, and beseech 1 Po. 4.13. things are of good Syniyche, d that they b He. 10.25. report; if there be be of the same mind Ja. 5. 8, 9. any virtue, and if in the Lord.
1 Pe. 4.7. there be any praise, 3 And I intreat
2 Pe.3.5, 9. think on these things.
2 Th. 2. 2 thee also, true yoke
9 m ) hose things,
i Ps. 55. 22. fellow, help those Pr. 16. 3.
which ye have both women which la- Ma. 6. 25.
learned, and received, boured with me in Lu. 12. 22. and heard, and seen the gospel, with Cle- I Pe. 5.7. in me, doi and the meni also, and with no 14.27. God of peace shall be other my fellowla
Col. 3. 15.
with you. bourers, whose names + Or. 10 But I rejoiced are in the book of venerable. in the Lord greatly, life.
11 Th.5. 22. that now at the last 4 5 Rejoice in the m ch. 3. 17. your care Lord alway: and n Ro. 15. 33. hath I flourished a gain I say, Rejoice. 100.14.33. gain ; wherein
ye 5 Let your modera- 2 (0.13.11. were also careful, but
1 Th.5.23. tion be known unto
ye lacked opportu
He. 13. 20. all med. b The Lord is at hand.
11 Not that I speak
1 Or, 6 1 Be careful for
in respect of want: nothing; but in every
for I have learned, in
o 2 Co. 11.9. nity.
myl & 3. 16.
PHIL. IV. the Philippians. whatsoever state 1 A. D. 64. desire a gift : but I am, P therewith to be
desire u fruit that content.
p 1 Ti. 6. 6. may abound to your 12 9 I know both q 1 Co. 4. 11. account.
2 Co. 6. 10. how to be abased, and
18 But + I have all,
& 11. 27. I know how to a
and abound: I am bound : every where
rJno. 15. 5.
full, having received
2 Co. 12.9. and in all things I
of x Epaphroditus the
sch. 1. 7. am instructed both to
things which were sent be full and to bet 2 Co. 11. 8. from you, y an odour hungry, both to a- u Ro. 15. 28. of a sweet smell, za bound and to suffer
Tit. 3. 14.
sacrifice acceptable, need.
+ Or, I have wellpleasing to God.
received all. 13 I can do * all
19 But my God things rthrough Christ
I ch. 2. 25. shall a supply all which strengtheneth y He. 13. 16. your need baccording me.
z 2 Co. 9.12. to his riches in glory 14 Notwithstanding a Ps. 23. 1. by Christ Jesus. ye have well done, 2 Co. 9. 8. 20 Now unto God that sye did com-b Ep. 1.7. and our Father be municate with
glory for ever and affliction.
c Ro. 16. 27. ever. Amen. 15 Now, ye Philip
Ga. 1.5. 21 Salute every saint pians, know also, a Ga. 1. 2. in Christ Jesus. The that in the beginning. ch. 1. 13. brethren d which are of the gospel, when I Ro. 16. 24. with me greet you. departed from Ma
02 All the saints cedonia, i no church ver. 13–
chiefly communicated with * All things they that are of Cæme as concerning
with his dagiving and receiving, ty: not by
23 The grace of our but ye only.
natural abi. Lord Jesus Christ be 16 for even
in lity, but by with you all. Amen. Thessalonica ye sent strength It was written to once and again unto ceived from
the Philippians my necessity.
from Rome by 17 Not because
Epaphroditus. The author of this Epistle had been driven by persecution from Philippi, but afterwards visited this city, Acts xvi. & xs. It is evident from the manner of the Apostle's writing, that the church of Philippi were very exemplary in their conduct for, while he cautions then against deceivers, not one censure is passed on them. It was written about 12 years after the foundation of their church, and during the latter part of the Apostle's imprisonment at Rome, A. D. 64.
The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the
A. D. 64. jbringeth i forth fruit,
as it doth also in you, 1 PAUL, & an apos
a Ep. 1. 1.
since the day ye heard tle of Jesus Christ by
b 1Co. 4. 17.
of it, and knew kthe the will of God, and Ga. 1. 3. grace of God in truth: Timotheus our bro- d 1 Co. 1.4. 7 As ye also learnther,
Ph. 1. 3. sed of 1 Epaphras our 2 To the saints - Phm. 5. dear fellowservant, and b faithful breth- f Ho. 6. 10. who is for you wa ren in Christ which s 2 Ti. 4. 8. faithful minister of are at Colosse : i Pe. 1. 4. Christ; Graceo be unto you, b Ma. 24.14.
8 Who also declarand peace, from God Mar.16.15. ed unto us your n love our Father and the i Mar. 4. 8. in the Spirit. Lord Jesus Christ. Jno. 15.16. 9. For this cause
3 d We give thanks k 2 Co. 6. 1. we also, since the to God and the Fa. Tit. 2. 11. day we heard it, do ther of our Lord 1 Phm. 23. not cease to pray for Jesus Christ, praying m 2 Co. 11. you, and to desire always for you,
23. that p
ye might 4 Since we heard
1 Ti. 4. 6. be filled with a the of your faith in Christ n Ro. 15. 30. knowledge of his will Jesus, and of ftheo Ep. 1. 15. in r all wisdom and love which ye have to p 1 Co. 1. 5. spiritual understandall the saints,
q Ro. 12. 2. ing; 5 For the hope r Ep. 1. 8.
10 - That ye might which is laid up for
walk worthy of the
Ep. 4.1. you in heaven, where- iti.2. 12. Lord tunto all pleasof ye heard before in t i Th. 4.1. ing, u being fruitful the word of the truth
in every good work, of the gospel; 6 Which is come
2 Cor. 9.8. and increasing in the
He. 13.21. knowledge of God; upto you, has it is in
* Ep. 3. 16. 11 * Strengthened all the world; and
with all might, achath de- love
eralted nature. cording to his glori-| A. D.64. head of the body, the ous power, y unto all
Church : who is the
y Ep. 4. 2. patience and long
beginning, the firstsuffering with joy-12 Ac. 5. 41. born from the dead; fulness;
a Ep. 5. 20. that Iin all things he 12 a Giving thanks b Ac. 26. 18. might have the preunto the Father, c) Pe. 2. 9. eminence. which hath made us
He, 2. 14. 19 For it pleased meet to be partakers a 1Tb.2. 12. the Father that in of b the inheritance + Gr. the him should all ful. of the saints in light : Son of his ness dwell; 13 Who
20 And, p having livered us from c the
e Ep. 1. 7.
made peace through power of darkness,
f He. 1. 3. the blood of his cross, and d hath transla- 8 Re. 3. 14. by q him to reconcile ted us into the king-h Joo. 1. 3. all things unto himdom of this dear i Ro. 8. 38 self; by him, I say,
k Ro. 11. 36 whether they be things 14 In whom we i Jno.1.1.3. in earth, or things in have redemption
ml Co. 11.3.
heaven. through his blood,
21 And you, that
D Ac. 26. 23. even the forgiveness
were sometime alien. of sins :
ated and enemies in 15 Who is f the image of the invisible
o Joo. 1, 16. ed works, yet now
your mind t by wickGod, & the firstborn Or, making hath he reconciled of every creature:
peace. 22 - In the body of 16 For b by him p Ep. 2. 14. his
flesh through were all things cre- 92C0.5. 18. death,
to present ated, that are in r Ep. 1. 10. you holy and un. heaven, and that are s Ep. 2. 1,2. blameable and unrein earth, visible and tt Or, by proveable in his invisible,
whether your mind in sight : they be thrones, or wicked
23 If ye continne dominions, i or prin
in the faith ygrounded cipalities, or powers:
t Tit. 1. 15. and settled, and be all things were crea u Ep. 2. 15. not z moved away ted by him, and < Lu. 1. 75. from the hope of the for him :
y Ep. 3.17. gospel, which ye 17 1 And he is be-lz Jno. 15.6. have heard, a and fore all things, and by him all things con-b ver. 6.
which was preached a Ro. 10. 18.
c Ac. 1. 17, which is under hes18 And m he is the
ven ; o whereof I
COL. II. to stedfastness. Paul am made a, A. D. 64. minister;
d Ro. 5. 3. 24 d Who now re
1 For I would that joice in my sufferings • Ep.3.1.. ye koew what great for you, and fille 2 Co.1. 5, conflict sa I have for up fthat which is
2 Ti. 1. 8. you, and for them at behind of the afflic
Laodicea, and for as tions of Christ in my
s Ep. 1. 23.
as have not flesh for his body's
b 1 Co. 9.17.
seen my face in the sake, which is the Or, fully flesh; church :
to preach the
2 b That their hearts 25 Whereof I am Ro. 15.19. might be comforted, made a minister, ac- i Ro. 16. 25. being . knit togecording to h the dis
ther Ma. 13.11.
in love, and pensation of God
unto all riches of the which is given to me
1 2 Co. 2. 14. full assurance of unfor you, fto fulfil the m Ro. 9. 23. derstanding, d to the word of God;
1 Or, acknowledgment of 26 Even i the mys- among you. the mystery of God, tery which hath been 1 Ti. 1. 1. and of the
Father, hid from ages and o Ac. 20. 20. and of Christ; from
generations, p 2 Co. 11. 2. 3 tte In whom are butk, now is made a I Co. 15. hid all the treasures manifest to his saints:
1o. of wisdom and know27 "To whom God'r ch. 2. 1. ledge would make known's Ep. 1. 19.
4 And this I say, what is nithe riches
lest f any man should
$ Or, fear, of the glory of this
beguile you with enmystery among the Gentiles; which is
5 For 8 though I be
b 2 Co. 1. 6. Christ Iin you, the
absent in the flesh,
c ch. 3.14. hope of glory :
yet am I wish you in 28 Whom we preach, a Ph.3. 8. the spirit, joying and warning every man, ++ Or, beholding hyour orand teaching every wherein. der, and the istedman in all wisdom; • 1 Co. 1. 24. fastness of your faith that p we may pre- f Ro. 16. 18. in Christ. sent every man per- 8 1 Co. 5.3. 6 k As ye have fect in (hrist Jesus: 6 I Co. 14. therefore received 29 q Whereunto 1
40. Christ Jesus the Lord, also labour, "striving i 1 Pe. 5. 9. so walk ye in him: according to his k 1 Th. 4.1.
7 1 Rooted and built working, which work- 1 Ep. 2. 21. up in him, and staeth in me mightily.
blished in the faith,
a Ph. 1. 30. ticing words.