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The fruit 1 CORINTHIANS,
thereof: g 32 If after the manner of 43 It is sown in dishonour; men I have fought with beasts it is raised in glory: it is sown at Ephesus, what advantag- in weakness; it is raised in eth it me, if the dead rise not? power: let us eat and drink; for to 44 It is sown a natural morrow we die.
body; it is raised a spiritual p 33 Be not deceived:evil com- body. There is a natural body, munications corrupt good and there is a spiritual body. manners.
45 And so it is written, d 34 Awake to righteousness, The first man Adam was and sin not; for some have made a living soul; the last not the knowledge of God: 1 Adam was made a quickenspeak this to your shame. ing spirit. t 35 But some man will say, t 46 Howbeit that was not How are the dead raised up? first which is spiritual, but and with what body do they that which is natural; and come?
afterward that which is spi36 Thou fool, that which ritual. thou sowest is not quickened, t 47 The first man is of the except it die:
earth, earthy: the second man 37 And that which thou is the Lord from heaven. sowest, thou sowest not that t 48 As is the earthy, such body that shall be, but bare are they also that are earthy: grain, it may chanceof wheat, and as is the heavenly, such or of some other grain: are they also that are heat 38 But God giveth it a body venly. as it hath pleased him, and to b 49. And as we have borne every seed his own body. the image of the earthy, we
39 All flesh is not the same shall also bear the image of flesh: but there is one kind the heavenly. of flesh of men, another flesh 50 Now this I say, brethren, of beasts, another of fishes, that flesh and blood cannot and another of birds. inherit the kingdom of God;
40 There are also celestial neither doth corruption inbodies, and bodies terrestrial: herit incorruption. but the glory of the celestialt 51 Behold, I shew you a is one, and the glory of the mystery; We shall not all terrestrial is another. sleep, but we shall all be
41 There is one glory of the changed, sun, and another glory of the 52 In a moment, in the moon, and another glory of twinkling of an eye, at the the stars: for one star differ- last trump: for the trumpet eth from another staringlory. shall sound, and the dead t 42 So also is the resurrec- shall be raised incorruptible, tion of the dead. It is sown and we shall be changed. in corruption; it is raised in 6 53 For this corruptible must in corruption:
put on incorruption, and this
Encouragement 2 CORINTHIANS. against troubles. 'd 16 That ye submit your
20 All the brethren greet selves unto such, and
Greet ye one another every one that helpeth with with an holy kiss. us, and laboureth.
21 The salutation of me 17 I am glad of the coming Paul with mine own hand. of Stephanas and Fortuna- w*22 If any man love not tus and Achaicus: for that the Lord Jesus Christ, let him which was lacking on your be Anathema Maran-atha. part they have supplied. 23 The grace of our Lord e 18 For they have refreshed Jesus Christ be with you. my spirit and yours; there-le 24 My love be with you all fore acknowledge ye them in Christ Jesus. Amen. that are such.
1 The first epistle to the 19 The churches of Asia sa Corinthians was written lute you. Aquila and Pris from Philippi by Stecilla salute you much in the phanas, and Fortunatus, Lord, with the church that and Achaicus, and Tiis in their house.
The Second Epistle of PAUL the Apostle to
the CORINTHIANS. C CHAP. I.
ed, it is for your consolation Christ by the will of God, fectual in the enduring of the and Timothy our brother, same sufferings which we also unto the church of God which suffer: or whether we be comis at Corinth with all the saints forted, it is for your consolawhich are in all Achaia: tion and salvation. 6 2 Grace be to you and peace 67 And our hope of you is from God our Father, and steadfast, knowing, that as from the Lord Jesus Christ. ye are partakers of the suf† 3 Blessed be God, even the ferings, so shall ye be also of Father of our Lord Jesus the consolation. Christ, the Father of mercies, 8 For we would not, breand the God of all comfort; thren, have you ignorant of 6 4 Who comforteth us in all our trouble which came to us our tribulation, that we may in Asia, that we were pressbe able to comfort them which ed out of measure, above are in any trouble by the com- strength, insomuch that we fort, where with we ourselves despaired even of life: are comforted of God.
9 But we had the sentence 65 For as the sufferings of of death in ourselves, that we Christ abound in us, so our should not trust in ourselves, consolation also aboundeth but in God which raiseth the by Christ.
dead: 6 And whether we be alliet 10 Who delivered us from