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Paul's desire to see the Romans.
years in his own hired house, and
received all that came in unto
31 * Preaching the kingdom of


The sins of the Gentiles, A. D. 65. A. D. 65. , God, and teaching those things

which concern the Lord Jesus *ch. 4. 31.

Christ, with all confidence, no Ep. 6. 19. 1

| man forbidding him.




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| A. D. 60. A. D. 60. | you also, even as among other I Paul commendoth his calling to the

Gentiles. Romans, 9 and his desire to come to Ac.22.21.1 100.9.16.

14 cI am debtor both to the them. 16 What his gospel is, and the 1 Co. l. 1. ld Ps. 40. 9, righteousness which it sheweth, 18 Ga. 1.1.1/10. Ma. 8.

Greeks, and to the Barbarians; God is angry with all manner of sin. Ti. 1.11. 138.2Ti.1.8. both to the wise, and to the un21 What were the sins of the Gentiles. 2.7. 2 Ti.l.

Le 1Co.1.18.

wise. PAUL, a servant of Jesus 11.

15 &

15 So, as much as in me is, I am 0 Ac. 9. 15.

15. 2. 1 Christ, a called to be an apos


ready to preach the gospel to you de, o separated unto the gospel 1. 15.

&13.2. Ga. I slu, 2.30.

that are at Rome also. it of God,

16 For I am not ashamed of

c See on 47. Ac, 3. 2 (c Which he had promised Ac. 26. 6. 26. & 13.26,

the gospel of Christ : fore it is a fored by his prophets in the holy | Tit. 1. 2. 46. ch. 2.9. the power of God unto salvation scriptures,)

d ch. 3. 21. ch. 3. 21. to every one that believeth ; fto 3 Concerning his Son Jesus & 16. 26. 'n Hah.24. the Jew first, and also to the Christ our Lord, which was GAS... John 3. 36.

| Greek. I made of the seed of David ac

e Mat. 1.6,1
0. Ga. 3. 11.

17 For therein is the righte

16. Lu. 1.) cording to the flesh:

32. Ac. 2.

6. Phi. 3. 9. ousness of God revealed from 4 And + 6 declared to be the Son

He, 10. 38. faith to faith: as it is written,

30.2Ti.2.8. of God with power, according

I John 1. i Ac.17.30.

A The just shall live by faith. A to the spirit of holiness, by the 14. Ga.4.4.1 Ep. 5. 6. 18 i For the wrath of God is reresurrection from the dead: 1 Gr. de. Col. 3, 6.

vealed from heaven against all 5 By whom i we have received

termined, * Ac.14.17. ungodliness, and unrighteousgrace and a postleship, I for kobe

ness of men, who hold the truth aience to the faith among all na

in unrighteousness.

ich. 12. 3.. tions,' for his name:

19 Because that which may be 6 Among whom are ye also the Co. 15. 10. m Ps. 19.1,

known of God, is manifest in called of Jesus Christ :

Ga.1.15.& &c. Ac.14. them; for (God hath she wed it 7 To all that be in Rome, be- 2.9. Ep.3.8. |17.&17.27. unto them. loved of God, mcalled to be saints:

Or, to the Or,

20 Form the invisible things of n Grace to you, and peace from obedience that they him from the creation of the

of faith. God our Father, and the Lord

may be.

world are clearly seen, being un

+ Ác. 6. 7.|. Jesus Christ.

derstood by the things that are 8 First, I thank my God

made, even bis eternal power and

od 1 Ac. 9. 15. 15. Je, 2.5. through Jesus Christ for you all, mch. 9.24. Ep. 4. 17, Godhead; so that they are that P your faith is spoken of 1 Co. 1. 2. 18.

without excuse : throughout the whole world. 1 Th. 4. 7. o Je.10.14. 21 Because that when they knew 9 For God is my witness,

n 1 Co.1.3. De. 4. 16,

God, they glorified him not as I whom I serve with my spirit

2 Co. 1.21

God, neither were thankful, but

| Ga. 1. 3. in the gospel of his son, that

20. Is. 40.

n became vain in their imaginawithout ceasing I make men-Phi. 1. 3.11

tions, and their foolish heart was

Phi. 13. 11. Ez.8.10. tion of you always in my prayers.


* Ac. 17. 29. 10 Making request (if by any 1 Th. 1. 2.

22 • Professing themselves to be means now at length I might Philem. 4. 7 Ps.81.12.

wise, they became fools; bave a prosperous journey ubvp ch.16,19. Ac. 7. 42. 23 And changed the glory of the will of God) to come unto

1 Th. 1. 8 | Ep.4,18,19.

the uncorruptible pGod into an you.

och. 9. 1.2 Th.2.11,

image made like to corruptible

2 Co. 1. 23.12. 11 For 1 long to see you, that I

man, and to birds, and four-foot

Phi. 1. 8, 10, 1Co.6.18. may iinpart unto you some spir Th. 2. 5. 1 Th. 4. 4.

ed beasts, and creeping things. itual gift, to the end ye may be r Ac.27.23.1 Pe. 4. 3.

24 Wherefore God also gave established;

3 Ti. 1. 3. s Le.18.22.

them up to uncleanness, through 12 That is, that I may be com- Or, in ti Th.1.0.

the lusts of their own bccrts, to forted together with you, by

dishonour their own bodies.be3 the mutual faith both of you

John 4. 23,

tween themselves : u Is. 44.20.

24,Phi.3.3.1 and me.

Je. 10. 14.

25 Who changed the truth of 13 Now I would not have you

DITO..10 & 13. 25.

God u into a lie, and worshipped

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Jo. 5. 20.

tch. 15.23, Am. 2. 4. ignorant, brethren, that I often

and served the creature more

921 Th.3. times I purposed to come unto 10. 1 Or,

than the Creator, who is blessed you (but a was let hitherto) that Ja. 4. 15. rather.

for ever. Amen. I might have some ofruit l among 1 ch.15.29. * Le.18.22,

26 For this cause God gave Or, in you. y Tit, 1. 4. 2 Pe. 1. 1. ch. lö. 23. 23. Ep. 5. 1 them up unto & vile affections. a See Ac, 10.7. 1 Th. 1. 28. 6 Pht. 4.17. Or, in you. 112.Jude 10.1 For even their women did change


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judgment. Col. 3. 25. I have sinned in the las

Sin cannot go unpunished.


The Jews cannot escape. the natural use into that which A.D. 60. A. D. 60. I truth, but obey unrighteousness: is agair st nature:

indignation and wrath, 27 And like wise also the men,

Am. 3. 2. 19 Tribulation and anguish, up

La, 12. 47, Heavin the natural use of the

48.1 Pe. 4. 1

on every soul of man that doeth woman, burned in their lust one


evil; of the Jew first, and also toward another; men with men

of the Gentile ; working that which is unseemly,

Greek. 10 ? But glory, honour, and and receiving in themselves that

121 Pe. 1. 7. / peace, to every man that worketh recompense of their error which

I + Gr. good; to the Jew first, and also was meet.


to the + Gentile : 23 And even as they did not like

m De. 10. 11 Form there is no respect of to retain God in their knowledge, Or, to ac- 17. 2Ch.19. persons with God. God gave then over to la repro krowledge. 7. Joh 34. 12 Por as many as have sinned bate mind, to do those things Or. 119. Ac. 10. without law, shall also perish 3 which are not convenient:

a mind
34. Ga.2.6.

without law: and as many as 29 Being filled with all unright- Dord of 15

Ep. 6. 9.

I have sinned in the law, shall be pousness, fornication, wickedness,

11 Pe. 1. 17. ! judged by the law, covetousness, toaliciousness: full Ep. 5. 4.

13 (For n not the hearers of the of envy, murder, debate, deceit,

n Mat. 7.
21. Ja.1 22,

law are just before God, but the malignity; whisperers,

23, 25. 1 Jo.

doers of the law shall be justified. 30 Backbiters, haters of God, de

9. 7.

| 14 For when the Gentiles, which spiteful, proud, boasters, invent

Or, the

have not the law, do by nature ors of evil things, disobedient to


the things contained in the law parents,

witnessing these having not the law, are a 31 Without understanding, cor

with them. law into theinselves. enant-breakers, without natural # Or, # Or,

15 Which shew the work of the affection, implacable, unmercitul: unsociadlo. between law written in their hearts, their 32 Who, knowing the judga

Lach. 2. 2. themselves. Conscience also bearing witness,

ch.2.2. themser ment of Gol, that they which

o Ec.12.14. and their thoughts the mean commit such things are worthy och.

while accusing, or else excusing of death; not ouly do the same,

John 12.48.

one another ;)

.. ch. . 6. 1 but I have pleasure in them that

16 on the day when God shall

Co.4.5. Re. do them.


judge the secrets of men P by Je20. 12.

with them. CHAP. II.

sus Christ, I according to iny c Ho. 7.3.

IP John 5. 1 They that sin, though they condemn

22. Ac. 10.


Ps. 50. 18. il in others, cannot excuse themselves,

42.& 17.31.

17 Behold, thou art called a 6 and much less escape the judgment

2 Ti. 4.1,8. Jew, and srestest in the law, tand of God, 9 whether they be Jeus ut

1 Pe. 4. 5. makest thy boast of God, Gentiles. 14 The Gentiles cannut es.

Le ch.18.25. 18 And u knowest his will, and Cape, 17 nor yet the Jaws, 25 whom

1 * approvest the things that are their circumcision shall not profit, if

2 1'. 2.8. more excellent, being instructed they keep not the law.

Mat.3.9. out of the law, THEREFORE thou art a in- a ch. 1. 20.

John 8. 33. 19 And y art confident that thou excusable, Oinan, whosoever

ch. 9. 6, 7. thyself art a guide of the blind, thou art, that judgest: b for 02 Sa, 12.12

a light of theni which are in darkwherein thou judgest another, 1 5,6,7. Mat. Mi.3.11. ness, thou condemnesí tl;yself; for thou / 7.1.2. John ch. 9. 4. 20 An instructor of the foolish, that judgest, doest the same

8. 9,
Is. 45.25.

a teacher of babes, which hast things.

& 48. 2. the form of knowledge, and of 2 But we are sure that the judg

John 8. 41.

the truth in the law: ment of God is according to truth,

u De. 4.8.

21 a Thou therefore which teach

Ps. 147. 19, against them which commit such

est another, teachest thou not thy

20. things.

self? thou that preachest, a man 3 And thinkest thou this. O cch. 9. 23. 11 Or, lriest

should not steal, dost thou steal? man, that judgest them which do

Ep. 1.7.& the things

22 Thou that sayest, a man

2. 4, 7. that differ. such things, and doest the saine,

should not commit adultery, dost that thou shalt escape the judg-1

4 ch. 3. 25. Phi.1.10.

thou commit adultery ? thou that ment of God ?

abhorrest idols, dost thou com4 Or despisest thou c the riches

14.& 23.16, fis, 30.18. 17, 19, 24.

mit sacrilege ? of his goodness, and d forbear | 2Pe.3.9,15. John 9. 84,

23 Thou that makest thy boast arce, and e long-suffering ; f not

De 32.31. 40, 41. of the law, through breaking the kuowing that the goodness of God Ja. 5.3. z ch.6.17.

law dishonourest thou God leadeth thee to repentauce ?

In Job 34.2 Ti.l. 13. 24 For the name of God is blas5 But after thy hardness and im

11. Ps. 62. & 3. 5.

u. Ps. 62 & 3, 5. phemed among the Gentiles, penitent heart, & treasurest up un 12. Pr. 21. a P9.50.16. through you, as it is d written. to thyself wrath against the day 12. Je. 17. &c. Mat. 25 & For circumcision verily profof wrath, and revelation of the 10.& 32.19. 23. 3, &c. iteth, if thou keep the law; but righteous judgment of God;

Mat.16 27.1. Mal. 3.8.

if thou be a breaker of the law,

11 hou 6 h Who will render to every

ch, 14. 12.

1 Co. 3. 8.c ver. 17. thy circumcision is made uucirman according to his deeds.

2 Co. 5. 10. a 2 Sa. 12.

cumcision. 7 To them who by patient con

Re. 2. 23. 14. Is.52.6.

26 Therefore, f if the uncircumtinuance in well-doing, seek for & 20.12. & Ez. 36. 20, cision keep the righteousness of glory, and honour, and immor 22. 12. 23.

the law, shall not his uncircumtality, eternal life:

Job 24.13.le Ga. 5. 3. cision be counted for circumcis8 But unto them that are con- ch. 1. 18. 2 f Ac.10.34,

ion ? tentious, and I do not obey the Th. 1. 8. 136. | 27 And shall not uncircumcision

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The Jews' prerogative.

CHAP. HI, IV. No flesh justified by the law. which is by nature, if it fulfil the A. D. 60. A. D. 00.1 17 And the way of peace have law, & judge thee, who by the let

they not knowo. ter and circumcision dost trans

& Mat. 12. Ps. 36.1.

18 - There is no fear of God be

41, 42 s John 10. gress the law ?

fore their eyes. 28 For h he is not a Jew, which

h Mat. 3.9. 34.& 15.25

19 Now we know that what is one outwardly; neither is that

John 8. 39. Job 5. 16.

things soever the law saith, it

ch. 9, 6, 7, P8, 107.42. circumcision, which is outward

Ga. 6. 15.

Ez. 16. 63. saith to them who are under the in the flesh:

Re. 2.9.

ch. 1. 20.& law: that every mouth may be 29 But he is a Jewi which is one

il Pe. 3.4. u ver.9,23.

stopped, and u all the world may inwardly: and circumcision is

become il guilty before God.. that of the heart, ' in the spirit,

A Col. 2.11. ch. 2. 2.

20 Therefore Or,

by the deeds of Phi. 3. 3. and not in the letter; m whose

the law, there shall no flesh he praise is not of men, but of God.

I ch. 7.6. 2 subject to

justified in his sight: for y by the CHAP. III.

ment of law is the knowledge of sin.

m 1 The Jews' prerogative : 3 which they

Co.4.5. God.

21 But now the righteousness

2 Co.10.18. have not lost : 9 howbeit the law con

Ps.113.2. of God without the law is mani

1 Th.2. 4. Ac. 13. 99. pinceth them also of sin : 20 there.

fested. a being witnessed by the

Ga, 2.16.& 1 fore no fesh is justified by tho law,

la w band the prophets;

3.11. Ep.2. 28 but all, without difference, by faith

8,9. Tit.3.

22 Even the righteousness of 'only : 31 and yet the law is not abol.


God, which is by faith of Jesus ished.

y ch. 7. 7. Christ unto all, and upon all them THAT advantage then hath

* Ac, 15. that believe: for d there is no difthe Jew? or what profit is

11.ch.1.17. ference: there of circumcision ?

Phi. 3. 9. 23 For e all have sinned, and 2 Much every way: chiefly, be

He. 11. 4,

come short of the glory of God; cause that d unto them were com a De.4.7,8.

la John 5.

24 Being justified freely s by his mitted the oracles of God.

grace, through the redemption 3 For what if some did not be


that is in Christ Jesus: lieve ? C shall their unbelief make

och, 1.2 1 25 Whom God hath 1 set forth the faith of God without effect?

6 ch.10.10. Pe. 1. 10. A to be a propitiation, through 4 d God forbid: yea, let God be

He. 4. 2. ch. 4. faith i in his blood, to declare his true, but I every man a liar; as it

c No. 23. through

righteousness for the remission is written, & That thou mightest

19. ch. 9.6. Jout.

of sins that are past, through be justified in thy sayings, and

& 11.23.24 ch.10.12.
Ti. 2. 13. Ga. 3. 28.

the forbearance of God; mightest overcome when thou art

26 To declare, I say, at this judged.

0.ever.9.ch. time his righteousness: that he 5 But if our unrighteousness

our unrighteousness e John 3. 11. 32. Ga. might be just, and the justifier of commend the righteousness of

3. 22. him which believeth in Jesus. God, what shall we say? Is God Ps. 62.9./ ch. 4.16.1

| 27 m Where is boasting theu ? It unrighteous who taketh ven- & 116. 11. Ep.2.8.Tit.

**: 3.5, 7.

is excluded. By what law of geance ? ( I speak as a man,) & Ps. 51.4. Mat, 20.

works? Nay; but by the law of 96 God forbid : for then i how

h ch. 6. 19. A. Ep.1.7.

faith. shall God judge the world?

Ga. 3. 15. Col. 1. 14. 28 Therefore we conclude, n that 7 For if the truth of God hath

i Ge.18.25. 1 Ti. 2. 6.

a man is justified by faith withmore abounded through my lie

Job 8,3. He, 9. 12.

out the deeds of the law. unto his glory; why yet am I also 34. 17,

1 Pe. 1. 18, 29 Is he the God of the Jews judged as a sinner


only? is he not also of the Gen8 And not rather (as we be slan

In Or, fore

tiles? Yes, of the Gentiles also :

ordained. derously reported, and as somne

h Le.18.15.

30 Seeing it is one God which atfirm that we say) . Let us do Ach. 5. 20.

shall justify the circumcision by evil, that good may come? whose & 6. 1, 15. 4. 10. faith, and uncircumcision through damnation is just.

i Col. 1.20. faith. 9 What then ? are we better

Ac.13.38, 31 Do we then make void the than they? No, in no wise : for

39. 1 Ti. l. law through faith? God forbid : we have before proved both + Gr.


yea, we establish the law. Jews and Gentiles, that they are

charged, Or,
ch. l. 29, passing

all under sin,
10 As it is written, m There is

&c. & 2. 1. over.

1 Abraham's faith was imputed to him &c. 11 Ac.17.20.

for righteousness, 10 before he was none righteous, no, not one:

He. 9. 15.

1 ver. Il There is none that under


circumcised. 13 By faith only ha Ga. 3. 22. mch.2.17,

and his seed received the promise. 18 standeth, there is none that seek

23. & 4. 2.

Abraham is the father of all that beeth after God.

m Ps. 14.1, 1 Co. 1. 29, lieve. 21 Our faith also shall be im. 12 They are all gone out of the

2,3. & 53.1 31. Ep.2.9. puted to us for righteousness. way, they are together become

n Ac. 13.

W HAT shall we then say that un profitable: there is none that

38, 39, ver.
20, 21, 22.

Y a Abraham, our father as dueth good, no, not one.

ch.8.3. Ga.

pertaining to the flesh, hatua 13 Their throat is an open sep n Ps. 5. 9.

2. 16. found? ulchre; with their tongues they Je. 5. 16.

och. 10.12, 2 For if Abraham were justifihave used deceit; the poison of o Ps.140.3. 13. Ga.s., ed by works, he hath whereof to asps is inder their lips:

20, 28.

glory, but not before God. 14 p Whose mouth is full of p Ps. 10. 7. a Is. 51. 2.

3 For what saith the scripture ? cursing and bitterness.

Mat. 3. 9.

c Abraham believed God, and it 15 Their feet are swift to shed Pr. 1. 16.

John 8. 33,
39. 2Co.ll.

was counted unto him for right

1s, 59.7,8. blood.

eousness. 16 Destruction and misery are

14 Now d to him that worketh, is

4 NOW in their ways:

och. 3. 20,

127, 25. c Ge. 15. 6. Ga. 3. 6. Ja. 2. 29. ch. 11. 6.

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Abraham justified by faith.


Reconciliation by Christ the reward not reckoned of grace, A. D. 60. A. D. 80. | hundred years old, neither yet but of debt.

the deadness of Sarah's womb.

• Ps.115.3, 1 5 But to him that worketh not,

20 He staggered not at the

Lu. 1. 87, but believeth on him that justifi

45, He. 11.

promise of God through unbelief; ethethe ungodly, his faith is

but was strong in faith, giving counted for righteousness.

ch. 15. 4. glory to God; 6 Even as David also describeth

1 Co. 10. 6, 21 And being fully persuaded, the blessedness of the man unto


that what he had proinised, he whom God imputeth righteous

y Ac. 2.24.

was able also to perform.

& 13. 30. ness without works,

22 And therefore it was imputed 7 Saying, f Blessed are they

s Is.53.5,6. to him for righteousness.

1) ch.3. 25.& whose iniquities are forgiven, and

23 Now it was not written for

5.6.& 8.32 whose sins are covered.

2 Co. 5. 21.

his sake alone, that it was impu8 Blessed is the man to whom

Ga. 1. 4. 1 ted to him: the Lord will not impute sin.

Pe. 2.24.& 24 But for us also, to whom it 9 Cometh this blessedness then

3.18. He.. shall be imputed, if we believe upon the circumcision only, or

y on him that raised up Jesus our upon the uncircumcision also ?

al Co. 15. Lord from the dead, For we say that faith was reck

17. 1 Pe.. 25 Who was delivered for our oned to Abraham for righteous

offences, and a was raised again

a Is. 32 17. ness.

for our justification.

John16.33. 10 How was it then reckoned ?

ch.3.28, 30.

CHAP. V. when he was in circumcision,

5 Ep.2.14. 1 Being justified by faith, we kane or in uncircumcision ? Not in

Col. 1. 20.1 peace with God, and joy in our circumcision, but in uncircum

c John 10.

hope, 8 that since we were reconciled eision.

9. & 14.6.

by his blood, when we were enemies, Il And 6 he received the sign

10 we shall much more be saved being 17.10. Ep.2.18.& 3. 12. He,

reconciled. of circumcision, a seal of the

12 As sin and death

came by Adam, 17 so much more righteousness of the faith which

10. 19.

righteousness and life by Jesus he had yet being uncircumcised:

d Co.15.1.

Christ. 20 Where sin abounded, that he might be the father of Lu. 19.9. Je He. 3. 6.

grace did superabound. all them that believe, though they ver. 12, 18. Mat. 5. THEREFORE a being justifibe not circumcised, that right

Ga. 3. 7. (11,12. Ac.5. 1 ed by faith, we have peace

41. 2Co.12. eousness might be imputed unto

with God, through our Lord Je

10. Phi. 2. them also;

17. Ja, 1.2,

sus Christ : 12 And the father of circumcis

12. 1 Pe. 3.

2 By whom also we have accesa jou to them who are not of the


by faith into this grace d wherecircumcision only, but who also

& JR. 1. 3. in we stand, and erejoice in hope walk in the steps of that faith

h Ja, 1.12. of the glory of God.' of our father Abraham, which he

i Phi.1.20. 3 And not only so, but f we glohad being yet uncircumcised.

x 2Co.1.22. ry in tribulations also : 6 know13 For the promise that he

Ga.4.6.Ep. ing that tribulation worketh pashould be the heir of the world i Ge. 17. 4. 1. 13, 14. tience ; was not to Abraham, or to his &c. Ga. 3. ls Or. 4 And patience, experience; seed, through the law, but 29. according and experience, hope : through the righteousness of

to the time,

5 i And hope maketh not a.

Oa. 4. 4. faith.

shamed : because the love of 14 For if they which are of thek Ga. 3.18.13

12 ver.8. ch.

God is shed abroad in our hearts

4. 25, law be heirs, faith is made void,

by the Holy Ghost which is given

m John 15 and the promise made of none

13. 1 Pe. 3.

unto us. eflect.

18.1 Jo. 3.

6 For when we were yet with15 Because I the law worketh 7 ch. 3. 20. 16. & 4. 9, out strength, in due timeChrist wrath: for where no law is, there & 5. 13, 20.10.

died for the ungodly. is no transgression.

& 7.8, 10, In ch.3. 25. 7 For scarcely for a righteous 16 Therefore it is of faith, that

11, 1Co.15. Ep. 2. 13. man will one die: yet peradvenit might be m by grace; n to the

58.2 Co. 3. He. 9. 14.
7,9. Ga. 9.1 Jo. 1. 7.

ture for a good man some would end the promise might be sure to

10,19.1 Jo. lo ch, 1. 18.

even dare to die. all the seed: not to that only

3. 4.

8 But in God commendeth his

1 Th. 1.10. which is of the law, but to that

m ch.3.24. p ch.8. 32

love toward us, in that while we also which is of the faith of Abra

were yet sinners, Christ died for ham, who is the father of us all,

n Ga, 3.22. 2C0.5.18,

us. 17 (As it is written, pI have

Tel. 5)
Is. 51. 2.
19. Ep.2.16.

9 Much more then, being now

Col. 1, 20, made thee a father of many na- ch. 9. 8. I


justified rby his blood, we shall tions) before him whom he be- p Ge. 17.5. John 5. be saved from wrath through lieved, even God, who quicken- Or, like 26.& 14.19. him. eth the dead, and calleth those unto him. 12 Co. 4. 10, 10 For Pif when we were enethings which be not, as though, ch. 8. 11. 1.

mies, we were reconciled to God they were

Ep. 2.1, 5. S ch. 2. 17.

by the death of his Son; much 18 Who against hope believed

more, being reconciled, we shall in hope, that he might become

0. Ga. 4. 9. | 1 Co. 1. 28.

be saved by his life. the father of many nations; ac- 1 Pe. 2. 10.

10:11 Or,

11 And not only so, but we also cording to that which was spo

reconciliaGe. 15. 6. ltion

Sjoy in God, through our Lord ken, - So shall thy seed be.

Jesus Christ, by whom we have 19 And being not weak in faith,

t Ge.17.17. ver. 20. 2
& 18. 11. Co.5.18,19.

lco.5.18.19. now received the latonement. be considered not his own body He. 11. uile Ge. 3. 6. 12 Wherefore as ? by one man now dead, when he was about an 12. h Co.16.21. sin entered into the world, and

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We are dead unto sin.


Death the wages of sin, u death by sin; and to death | A. D. 60. A. D. 60. | 6 Knowing this, that four old passed upon all men, for that

man is crucified with him, that all have sinned :

u Ge. 2.17. Ga. 2.20.
ch. 6. 23. 1&5.24.&6.

! the body of sin might be de13 (For until the law, sin was in

Co. 15. 21. 14. Ep.4.22

stroyed, that henceforth we the world: but #sin is not impu

Col. 3. 6,9. should not serve sin. ted when there is no law.

in whom. 1 Col. 2.11.

7 For in he that is dead is 14 Nevertheless, death reigned

+ freed from sin. from Adam to Moses, even over

#ch. 4. 15. m 1Pe.4.1.

8 Now if we be dead with them that had not sinned after

| 1 Jo. 3. 4. + Gr. Christ, we believe that we shall the similitude of Adam's trans

justified. also live with him: gression, y who is the figure of y1 co. 15. In 2Ti.2.11. 9 Knowing that Christ, being him that was to come.

raised from the dead, dieth no 15 But not as the offence, so also

more; death hath no more dois the free gift. For if through

minion over him. the offence of one many be dead,

Ip He. 9.27.

10 For in that he died, he died much more the grace of God, and

unto sin once: but in that he the gift by grace, which is by one

e Lu. 20. I liveth, q he liveth unto God. man, Jesus Christ, hath abound

11 Likewise reckon ye also youred unto many.

Ts.53.11. r ver. 2. selves to be dead indeed unto 16 And not as it was by one that Mat.20.28. Is Ga. 2. 19. sin, but Salive unto God through sinned, so is the gift. For the 1 & 26. 28.

Jesus Christ our Lord. judgment was by one to condem

1 Ps. 19.13.

12. Let not sin therefore reign nation, but the free gift is of

& 119. 133.

in your mortal body, that ye many offences unto justification.

should obey it in the lusts thereof. 17 For if by one man's offence ! Or,

uch. 7. 5.

13 Neither yield ye your u memdeath reigned by one; much by one


bers as I instruments of unrightmore they which receive abun offence.


eousness unto sin: but yield dance of grace, and of the gift

yourselves unto God, as those of righteousness, shall reign in

arms, or,

that are alive from the dead, and

weapons, life by one, Jesus Christ.)

your members as instruments of 18 Therefore, as by the offence Or,

a ch.12. 1.

righteousness unto God:

1 Pe. 2. 24. of one judgment came upon all by ons

14 For y sin shall not have domen to condemnation, even so

& 4.2. offence.

minion over you: for ye are not | by the righteousness of one the Or, by ch.7.4,6. | under the law, but under grace.

&8.2.Ga.5. free gift came & upon all men unto one righi.

15 What then ? shall we sin, eousness,

18. justification of life.

because we are not under the 19 For as by one man's disobe

- 1Co.9.21.

law, but under grace? God fordience many were made sinners, 32. He.2.9

a Mat. 6.

bid. so by the obedience of one shall

24. John 8.

16 Know ye not, that a to whom many be made righteous.

34. 2 Pe. 2.

ye yield yourselves servants to 20 Moreover the law entered, John 15. 19.

obey, his servants ye are to whora that the offence might abound. 22.ch.3.20.

ye obey; whether of sin unto But where sin abounded, grace &4.15.&7.

death, or of obedience unto rightdid much more abound:

8. Ga.3.19,

eousness? 21 Tbat as sin hath reigned unto


17 But God be thanked, that ye death, even so might grace reign

La. 7.47.

were the servants of sin; but ye through righteousness unto eter

| 1 Ti. l. 14.16 2Ti.1.13. have obeyed from the heart bthat bal life, by Jesus Christ our Lord.

+ Gr.

form of doctrine which was de

whereto CHAP. VI.

livered you.

ye were 18 Being then made free from 1 We may not live in sin, 2 for we are


sin, ye became the servants of dead unto it, 3 as appeareth by out baptism. 12 Let not sin rcign any


32. 1 Co.7. more, 18 because we have yielded our.

19 I speak after the manner of

Tach. 3. 8. 22. Ga.5.1. selves to the service of righteousness,

men, because of the infirmity of

ver. 15. 1 Pe.2 16. 23 and for that death is the wages of

your flesh: for as ye have yielded ver, 11.

your members servants to unW HAT shall we say then ?


cleanness and to iniquity, unto

2. 19. & 6. a Shall we continue in sin,

iniquity; even so now yield your that grace may abound?

members servants to righteous2 God forbid: how shall we,

c Col. 3. 3.

ness, unto holiness. that are odead to sin, live any

20 For when ye were d the serlonger therein ?

1 Or, are. 34. vants of sin, ye were free t from 3 know ye not that so many d 1 Co. 15. + Gr. righteousness. of us as I were baptized into Je

to right 21 e What fruit had ye then in sus Christ, d were baptized into l. Col. 2.12. eousness. those things whereof ye are now his death?

f ch.8.11. Je ch. 7. 6. ashamed 7 for f the end of those Therefore we are e buried with í Co. 6.14.1 ch. 1. 32.

things is death. him by baptism into death: that 2 Co, 13.4.1.

22 But now & being made free like as Christ was raised up

from sin, and become servants to from the dead by the glory of 11.&11.40.

God, ye have your fruit unto hothe Father, even so we also h Ga. 6.15. Ge. 2.17.

liness, and the end everlasting should walk in newness of life. Ep.4.22.923. Ich. 6. 12. life.

5 * For if we have been planted 24. Col. 3. Ja. 1. 15. 23 For the wages of sin is together in the likeness of his 10.

death: but i the gift of God is death, we shall be also in thai Phi. 3.10. . 17, 21, 1 eternal life, through Jesus Christ likeness of his resurrection : 111. Pe. I. 4. our Lord.

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