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Obstinate sinners 2 COR. XIII.
threatened, speak before A. D. 60. ned, and to all other, God in Christ : i but
that, if I come again, we do all things, 1 ch. 11. 31. I e will not spare :
Ro. 9. 1. dearly beloved, for
3 Since ye seek
i 1 Co.10.33. your edifying.
a proof of Christ 20 For I fear, lest, k ch. 10. %. speaking in
me, & 13. when I come, I shalí
which to you-ward is not find you such as
not weak, but I ch.2.1. 4.
is I would, and that ki
mighty s in you, shall be found unto
mch. 13, 2.
b For though he you such as ye would - 1 Co.6, 1. was crucified through pot: lest there be a ch. 12. 14. weakness, yet i he debates, envyings, b Nu. 35.30. liveth by the power wraths, strifes, back
Do. 17. 6. of God. For kwe bitings, whisperings,
& 19. 15.. also are weak in swellings, tumults : Jno. 8. 17. him, but we shall
21 And lest, when Ho. 10. 29. live with him by the I come again, myle ch. 10. 2. power of God toward God I will humble a ch. 12. 21. you, me among you, and
5 1 Examine your
e cb. 1. 23. that I shall bewail
selves, whether ye be
fch. 2. 10. many m which have
Ma. 10. 20.
in the faith; prove sinned already, and
1 Co. 6.4. your Own selves. have not repented of
8 I Co. 9. 2.
Know ye not your the uncleanness and
own selves, m how fornication and las
i Pe. 3.18. that Jesus Christ is civiousness which
i Ro. 6. 4.
in you, except ye be they have committed.
reprobates n? CHAP. XIII. + Or,
6 But I trust that
with him. ye shall know that 1 This is a the u Co.11.28. we are not reprothird time I am com. ing to you. b In the
Ga. 4. 19,
7 Now I pray to mouth
of two or 1 Co.9,27God that ye do no three witnesses shall
evil; not that we
och. 6. 9. every word be esta
should appear apblished.
proved, but that ye 2 c I told you be
persons dis- should do that which fore, and foretell you, approved. In is honest, though we as if I were present, 1 Cor. ix. 27. be as reprobates. the secoud time; and the same 8 For we can do
Greek word being absent pow I
nothing against the write to them d which cast-away. truth, but for the heretofore have sin.
Ro. 8. 10. bates.
Benediction. 9 For we are glad, A. D. 60. and the God of love when p we are weak,
and * peace shall be and ye are strong p 1 Co. 4. 10. with you. and this also we wish, q 1 Th. 3.10. 12 y Greet one anoeven! your perfec-r 1 Co. 4. 21.ther with
an holy tion.
s Tit. 1. 13. kiss. 10 r Therefore I
It ch. 10. 8.
13 All the saints write these things
a Ro. 12. 16. salute you. being absent, lest be.
& 15.5. 14 z The
grace of ing presents I should 1 Co. 1.10. the Lord Jesus Christ, use sharpness, tac
Ph. 2. 2. and the love of God, cording to the power
& 3. 16.
and a the communion which the Lord hath
1 Pe. 3. 8.
of the Holy Ghost, given me to edifica
all. tion, and not to de- y Ro. 16. 16. Amen. struction.
1Co 16.20. The second epistle 11 Finally, breth
1 Th. 5. 26.
to the Corinthians ren, farewell. Be
was written from perfect, be of good
z Ro. 16. 24.
Philippi, a city of comfort, u be of one a Ph. 2. 1. Macedonia, by Timind, live in peace;
tus and Lucas. St. Paul wrote this Epistle about a year after the preceding one, There are several important particulars introduced by him: but especially-1. His illustration of the superior glory of the Christian dispensation to that of the Mosaic. II. The great sufferings which he and his fellow-labourers endured. JII. His cautious ad vice relating to associating with unbelievers.
ΠΑΥΛΟΥ ΤΟΥ ΑΠΟΣΤΟΛΟΥ
The Epistle of PAUL the Apostle to the
a ver. 11, 12. dead :)
A. D. 59.
raised him from the CHAP. I. 1 PAUL, an apostle, b Tit. 1. 3.
the (not a of men, neither . Ac. 2. 24. brethren dwhich are by man, but b by a Ph. 2. 22. with me, e unto the
el Co. 16.1. Jesus Christ,
churches of Galatia:
f Ro. 1. 7. God the Father, who
3 f Grace be to you 454
not from man. and peace from God A. D. 58. to please men ? for if the Father, and from
I yet pleased men, our Lord Jesus Christ, 8 Ma. 20. 28. I should not be the 4 & Who gave him
Ro. 4. 25. servant of Christ.
Tit. 2. 14. self for our sins, that
11 r But I certify
h Is. 65. 17. he might deliver us from h this presenti ch. 5.8.
Jno. 15. 19. you, brethren, that
the gospel which was evil world, according
preached of me is not to the will of God
k 2 Co. 11.4.
after man. and our Father:
I Ac. 15. 24. 12 For I neither 5 To whom be glory
2 Co. 2. 17.
received it of man, for ever and ever.
m 1C0.16.22. neither was I taught Amen.
n De. 4. 2. it, but t by the reve6 ) marvel that ye
Re. 22. 18.
lation of Jesus Christ, are so soon removed o 1 Th. 2. 4. 13 For
ye have from i him that called p 1 Sa. 24.7. heard of my converyou into the grace of
Ma. 28. 14. sation in time past
1 Jno.3.9. Christ unto another
in the Jews' religion, gospel : q! Th. 2. 4. how that
u beyond Ja. 4. 4. 7 k Which is not
measure I persecuted another; but there
r 1 Co. 15.1. the church of God, be some that trouble s 1 Co.15.3. and swasted it : you, and would per
t Ep. 3. 3. 14 And profited in vert the gospel of u Ao. 9. 1. the Jews' religion Christ.
I Ti. 1.13. above many my te8 But though mwe, * Ac. 8. 3. quals in mine own oran angel from + Gr. equals nation, y being more heaven, preach any in years. exceedingly zealous other gospel unto you y Ac. 22. 3. of z the traditions of than that which we Ph. 3. 6. my fathers. have preached unto z Je. 9. 14. 15 But when it you, let him be ac Ma. 15. 2. pleased God, a who cursed.
separated me from 9 As we said be a Is. 49. 1.5. my mother's womb,
Je. 1. 5. fore, so say I now
and called me by his
Ac. 9. 15.
16 6 To reveal his gospel unto you
Son in me, that I thann that ye have Ao: 11.153. might preach him received, let him be
Ep. 3. 8. among the heathen; accursed.
a Ma. 16.17. immediately I con10 For do I now 1Co.15.50. ferred not with a flesh persuade P men, or Ep. 6. 12. and blood : God? or 9 do I seek
17 Neither went I
GAL. II. up to Jerusalem to A. D.58. 9 And I went up them which were
by revelation, band apostles before me;
. Ac. 9. 26. communicated unto but I went into Ara- + Or, them that gospel bia, and returned returned.
which I preach aagain unto Damascus.
fi Co. 9. 5.
mong the Gentiles, 18 Then after three
but I privately to years el + went up to 6 Ma. 13.55. them which were of Jerusalem to see Pe- Mar. 6. 3. reputation, lest by ter, and abode with b Ro. 9. 1. any means e I should him fifteen days.
run, or had run, in
i Ac. 9. 30. 19 But fother of the
vain. apostles saw I none, £ 1 Th.2.14. 3 But neither Tisave & James the
1 Ro. 16. 7.
tus, who was with Lord's brother. 1 Co.1.30. me, being a Greek,
20 Now the things Ph. 1. 1. was compelled to be which I write unto
i Th. 1. 1. circumcised :
2 Th. 1. 1. you, h behold, before
4 And that because God, I lie not.
a Ac.15. 2. of d false brethren 21'i Afterwards Ib Ac. 15. 12. unawares brought in, came into the regions i Or, who came in privily of Syria and Cilicia; severally. to spy out our eli22 And
was un- c Ac. 15. 24. berty which we have known by face kunto & 16. 3. in Christ Jesus, fthat the cburches of Ju- Ph. 2. 16. they might bring us dæa which I were in
i Th. 3.5. into bondage : Christ:
d Ac. 15. 1.
5 To whom we 23 But they had 24. gave place by subheard only, That he
2 Co. 11. jection, no, not for which persecuted us
an hour; that the in times past now
e ch. 3. 25. truth of the gospel
& 5. 1.13. preacheth the faith
might continue with
1 Pe.2.16. which once he de- 2 Pe.2.19. you. stroyed.
fch. 4. 3. 9.
those 94 And they glo- 2 C0.11.20. who h seemed to be rified God in me.
& ver. 14. CHAP. II.
eb. 3. 1. ever they were, it
& 4. 16. maketh no matter to 1 THEN fourteen h ch. 6. 3. me : i God accepteth years after all went i Ac. 10. 34. no man's person : for up again to Jerusa- Ro. 2.11. they who seemed to lem with Barnabas, I Pe.1.17. be somewhat kin con. and took Titus with k 20.12.11. ference added nothing that Ac. 9. 15.
expostulation. 7 But contrariwise, A. D. 58. with the Gentiles : when they saw that
but when they were the gospel of the un.
1 Ac. 13. 46. come, he withdrew circumcision m was
Ro. l. 5. and separated himcommitted unto me, i ri. 2.7. self, fearing
them as the gospel of the 2ti.1.11. which were of the circumcision was un-m 1 Th.2.4. circumcision. to Peter;
13 And the other 8 (For he
Jews dissembled like
& 13. 2. wrought effectually
& 22. 21.
wise with him ; inin Peter to the apos. & 26.17,18. somuch that Barnabas tleship of the circum- 1 Co.15.10. also was carried away cision, n the same
Col. 1. 29. with their dissimulawas o mighty in me o ch. 3. 6.
tion. toward the
Gen- p Ma. 16. 18. 14 But when I saw
Ep. 2. 20. that they walked not 9 And when James,
Ro. 21, 14. uprightly according Cephas, and John, Ro. 1. 5. to the truth of the who seemed to be & 12. 3. 6. gospel, ! said unto pillars, p
& 15. 15. perceived
Peter x before them
1 Co.15.10. the q grace that was
Ep. 3. 8.
all, If thou, being a given unto me, they
Jew, livest after the gave to me and Bar- 1 Ac. 11, 30. manner of Gentiles, nabas the right hands
Ro. 15. 25. and not as do the of fellowship ; that 1 Co. 16.1. Jews, why compelwe should go unto the 2 Co. 8 & 9. lest thou the Gentiles heathen, and they
s Ac. 15. 35. to live as do the unto the circumci- t Ac. 10. 28. Jews ? sion.
& 11. 3. 15 z We who are 10 Only they would a ver. 5. Jews by nature, and that we should
re- x 1 Ti.5. 20. Wot a sinners of the member the poor;
Gentiles, ther same which i y Ac. 10.28.
16 b Knowing that a
& 11. 3. also was forward to
man is not justified 2 Ac. 15, 10.
by the works of the 11. But when Pe- a Ma. 9. 11. law, but by the faith
Ep.2.3.12. ter was come to An
of Jesus Christ, even tioch, withstood Ac. 13. 38. we have believed in him to the face, be-lo Ro. 1. 17. Jesus Christ, that we cause he was to be & 3.22. 28. might be justified by blamed.
He. 7. 18. the faith of Christ, 12 For before that a Ps. 143. 2. and not by the works certain came
from Ro. 3. 20. of the law: for d by James, the did eat!
the works of the law