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9. 1.

Godly sorrow described.

* CHAP. VIII.

Exhortation to liberalily. no man, we have corrupted no A. D. 60. A. D. 60. I 16 I rejoice therefore that I have man, we have defrauded no man.

confidence in you in all things. 3 I speak not this to condemn

b Ac. 20.33. s 2 Th.3.4.
ch. 12. 17 Philem. 6,

CHAP. VIII.
you: for c I have said before, that
ye are in our hearts to die and

1 He stirreth them up to a liberal cm. c ch, 6, 1121,

tribution for the poor saints at Jeri

12. live with you.

salem, by the example of the Macedo. 4 d Great is my boldness of d ch.3. 12.

nians, 7 by commendation of their speech toward you, e great is my el Co. 1.4.

former forwardness, 9 by the exam glorying of you:Slam filled with ch. 1. 14.

ple of Christ, 14 and by the spiritual comfort, I am exceeding joyful in

profit that shall redound to themselves

fch. 1. 4. all our tribulation.

thereby : 16 commending to them the Phi. 2. 17.

integrity and willingness of Titus, 5 For & when we were come Col. 1. 24.

and those other brethren, who unon into Macedonia, our flesh had no ch.2.13.

his request, exhorintion, and cum. rest, but hwe were troubled on

h ch. 4. 8.

mendation, were purposely come to every side; without were fight

them for this business, ings, within were lears.

i De.32.25.

MOREOVER, brethren, we do 6 Nevertheless God, that com-ach. 1. 4.

you to wit of the grace of forteth those that are cast down,

God bestowed on the churches of comforted us by bthe coming of he coming of I Sec ch.2.

Macedonia; Titus;

13.

2 How that in a great trial of ar7 And not by his coming only,

fliction, the abundance of their joy, but by the consolation where with

a Ma. 12. and a their deep poverty,abounded he was comforted in you, when

unto the riches of their t liberality. he told us your earnest desire,

t Gr. 3 For to their power, I bear reyour mourning, your fervent mind

simplicity, cord, yea, and beyond their powtoward me; so that I rejoiced the

ch. 9. 11. er, they were willing of themmore.

selves; 8 For though I made you sorry

4 Praying us with much entrea with a letter, I do not repent,

ty, that we would receive the gift, mthough I did repent: for I per-mch. 2. 4. 6 Ac.11.29. and take upon us the fellowship ceive that the same epistle hath

& 24. 17.1 of the ministering to the saints. made you sorry, though it were

Ro. 15. 25, 5 And this they did, not as we but for a season.

26.1 Co.16.

hoped, but first gave their own 9 Now I rejoice, not that ye

1, 3, 4. ch.

selves to the Lord, and unto us by were made sorry, but that ye sor

the will of God: rowed to repentance: for ye were

c ver. 17. 6 Insomuch that we desired made sorry after a godly man- Or, ch. 12. 18. Titus, that as he had begun, so ner, that ye might receive dam- according

he would also finish in you the

to God, age by us in nothing.

Rod. u Or, gift, same grace also. 10 For n godly sorrow worketh * 2 Sa, 12. ver. 4, 19. 7 Therefore, as d ye abound in repentance to salvation not to be

not to be 13.Mat.26.21 Co.1.5. every thing, in faith, and utterrepented of: but the sorrow of

& 12. 8. ance, and knowledge, and in all the world worketh death.

o Pr.17.22.

diligence, and in your love to us, 11 Forbehold this self-same

ech, 9.8.

see e that ye abound in this grace thing, that ye sorrowed after a

also. godiy sort, what carefulness it

r1 Co.7.6. 8 f I speak not by commandwrought in you, yea, what clear

ment, but by occasion of the foring of yourselves, yea, that in

wardness of others, and to prove dignation, yea, what fear, yea,

the sincerity of your love. what vehement desire, yea, what

9 For ye know the grace of our zeal, yea, what revenge! In all

& Mat. 8. Lord Jesus Christ, that though things ye have approved your

20. Lu. 9. he was rich, yet for your sakes he selves to be clear in this matter.

68, Phi, 2,

became poor, that ye through his

6, 7. 12 Wherefore, though I wrote

poverty might be rich. unto you, I did it not for his

h Co.7.25. 10 And herein * I give my adcause that had done the wrong,

i Pr.19.17. vice : for i this is expedient for nor for his cause that suffered

Mat.10.42. you, who have begun before, not wrong, p but that our care for Ip ch. 2. 4. 1 Ti. 6. 18, only to do, but also to be tk foryou in the sight of God might

19. He, 19. ward a year ago

16. appear unto you.

11 Now therefore perform the 13 Therefore we were comforted

+ Gr. doing of it ; that as there as a in your comfort: yea, and ex

willing.

readiness to will, so there may be ceedingly the more joyed we for

k ch. 9. 2. a performance also out of that the joy of Titus, because his spirit

which ye have. was refreshed by you all.

Ro.15.32. 7 Ma.12.43, 12 Forlif there be first a willing 14 For if I have boasted any

44. Lu. 21. mind, it is accepted according to thing to him of you, I am not

that a man hath, and not accordashamed; but as we spake all

ing to that he hath not. things to you in truth, even so

13 For I mean not that other our boasting, which I made be

men he eased, and you burdened: fore Titus, is found a truth,

14 But by an equality, that now 15 And his tinward affection + Gr.

at this time your abundance may is more abundant toward you, bowels.

be a supply for their want, that whilst he remembereth the obe

ch. 6. 12.

their abundance also may be dience of you all, how with fearrch. 2. 9.

supply for your want: that there and trembling ye received him. Phi. 2. 12.1

I may be equality:

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Why Paul sent Titus.

11. CORINTHIANS. The apostle's spiritual power. 15 As it is written, m He that had A. D. 60. A. D. 60. ready, as a matter of bounty, and gathered much had nothing over;

not as of covetousness. and he that had gathered little

16 f But this I say, He which had no lack

& 19.17. & soweth sparingly, shall reap also 16 But thanks be to God, which

122.9. Ga.6.

sparingly; and he which soweth put the same earnest care into the

7, 9,

bountifully, shall reap also bounheart of Titus for you.

tifully. 17 For indeed he accepted n then ver. 8.

7 Every man according as lie exhortation, but being more for

purposeth in his heart, so le: kur ward, of his own accord he went

& De. 16.7. give ; & not grudgingly, or of neUnto you.

h Ex25.2. cessity: for l God loveth a cheer18 And we have sent with him

& 36.5. Pr. ful giver. o the brother, whose praise is in och 12.18. 11. 25. Ro. 8 And God is able to make all the gospel throughout all the

12.8. ch.8. I grace abound toward you, that

12. churches;

ye, always having all sufficiency 19 And not that only, but who

li Pr. 11.24, in all things, may abound to every was also p chosen of the churches lpi Co. 16./25..228.37, good work: to travel with us with this grace,

Phi. 4. 19.

9 (As it is written, k He hath diswhich is administered by us to Or, gift, Ps.112.9. persed abroad; he hath given to the glory of the same Lord, and ver. 4, 6,7.

the poor : his righteousness redeclaration of your ready mind: ch. 9. 8.

maiveth for ever. 20 Avoiding this, that no man ch. 4. 16. 1 Is. 55. 10. 10 Now he that I ministereth should blame us in this abun

seed to the sower, both mimster dance which is administered by us:

bread for your food, and multiply 21 r Providing for honest things,

t Ro. 12.

your seed sown, and increase ihe not only in the sight of the Lord, 17.Phi.4 8. Im Ho. 10. | fruits of your m righteousness;) but also in the sight of men.

1 Pe. 2. 12. 12. Mat. 6. 11 Beig enriched in every thing - 22 And we have sent with them

to all a bountifulness, a which our brother, whom we have of

u Or, causeth through us thanksgiving tentimes proved diligent in many

Liberality. to God. things, but now much more dili

+ Gr. 12 For the administration of this gent, upon the great confidence

simplicity, service not only supplieth the which I have in you.

T! Or, ch. 8. 2. want of the saints, but is abu23 Whether any do inquire of

re of he hath. n ch.1. 11. ] dant also by many thanksgivings Titus, he is my partner and fel

& 4. 15. unto God: low-helper concerning you or

ch. 8. 14. )

13 While by the experiment of our brethren be inquired of, they

this ministration they p glorify

p Mat. 5. are the messengers of the church

Phi.2.5. 16.

1 God for your professed subjection es, and the glory of Christ.

unto the gospel of Christ, and for 24 Wherefore shew ye to them,

& He.13.16. your liberal e distribution unto and before the churches, the

them, and unto all men ; proof of your love, and of our

14 And by their prayer for you, boasting on your behalf.

tch. 7. 14.

which long after you, for the ex. CHAP. IX.

& 9.2. Arch. 8. 1. ceeding grace of God in you. I He yieldeth the reason why, though he

Ja.l. 17.

15 Thanks be unto God for his knew their fur wardness, yet he sent

unspeakable gift. Titus and his brethren beforehand.

CHAP. X. 6 And he proceedeth in stirring them up to a bountiful alms, as being out

Against the false apostles, who dies a kind of sowing of seed, 10 which

graced the weakness of his person and shall return a great increase to them,

bodily presence, he setteth out the spir. 13 and occasion & great sacrifice of

itual might and authority, with which thanksgivings unto God.

he is armed against all adversary FOR as touching a the minis 16 Ac. 11.

powers, 7 assuring them that at his I

coming he will be found as mighty in tering to the saints, it is su 29. Ro. 15. a Ro. 12.1.

word, as he is now in writins being

26. 1Co.16.0 ver. 10. perfluous for me to write to you:

absent, 12 and withal taring their 2 For I know

1. ch. 8. 4. ch. 12.5, 7, the forwardness

for reaching out themselves beyond of your mind, c for which I boast

Ga. 2. 10. 9.

their compass, and vaunting them. of you to them of Macedonia,

och. 8. 19. Or,

selves into other men's labouts. that d Achaia was ready a year c ch. 8. 24. in outward OWal Paul myself beseech ago; and your zeal hath provok

you, by the meekness and ed very many.

gentleness of Christ, bwho lin 3 e Yet have I sent the brethren, le ch. 8. 6, c1Co.4.21,

presence am base among you, Jest our boasting of you should be 17, 18, 22. ch.13.2,10.

but being absent am bold toward in vain in this beliall; tbat, as I

# Or,

you: said, ye may be ready:

reckon.

2 But I beseech you, that I may 4 Lest haply if they of Macedo

d Ep.6.13. not be bold when I am present nia come with me, and find you

1 Th. 5.8.

with that confidence, where with unprepared, we (that we say not, blessing, le 1 Ti.1.18. | I think to be bold against some, ye) should be ashamed in this Ge. 33. 11.2 Ti. 2. 3.

which think of us as if we walksaine confident boasting.

1 Sa. 25.27.1

ed according to the flesh. 5 Therefore I thought it neces

i Co. 2. 5. 3 For though we walk in the Bary to exhort the brethren, that

. Or, ch. 6. 7. & flesh, we do not war after the flesh: they would go before unto you,

which hath 13. 9, 4. 4 (d For the weapons of our

been so and make up beforehand your

much spo

luor, warfare are not carnal, but + bounty, I whereof ye had notice len of beco

e to God. f mighty li through God I to the before, that the same might before. lo Je. 1. 10. pulling down of strong Lolds ;)

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The apostles' spiritual power. CHAP. XI. Paul excuseth his self-boasting 5A Casting down imaginations, l A. D. 60. A. D. 60.1 and in the service of Christ, and in and every high thing that exalt

all kind of sufferings for his minis. eth itselt against the kuowledge

IhlCo.1.19.14 ver. 16.

try, far superior,

1 & 3. 19. ch. 5. 13. of God, and bringing into cap

W OULD to God ye could bear tivity every thought to the obedi

Or, reg. Or,

with me a little in a my fol

ye do bear ence of Christ;

sunings,
with me.

ly: and indeed bear with me. 6 i And having in a readiness to ich. 13. 2.1

A. 13. 210 Ga. 4.17,

2 For I am bjealous over you revenge all disobedience, when 10.

with godly jealousy: for cl have your obedience is fulfilled. opce is fulfilled.

ch. 2.9.&c Ho. 2. 19,

espoused you to one husband i ? Do ye look on things after the 7. 15.

20. 1 Co. 4.

d that I may present you e as outward appearance ? m If any i John7.24. 15.

a chaste virgin to Christ. man trust to himself that he is

ch. 5, 12.&d Col.1.28.

3 But I fear, lest by any means, Christ's, let him of himself think 11. 18. Je le 21.13.

as f the serpent beguiled Five this again, that, as he is Christ's,

m 1 Co. 14.

through his subtilty, 80 your

Ge. 3. 4. even so are r we Christ's.

minds should be corrupted from 8 For though I should boast

n IC0.3.23.

the simplicity that is in Christ.

Ep. 6.24. somewhat more o of our authori

& 9. 1. ch. Col. 2. 4,8,

4 For if he that cometh preachty, which the Lord hath given us 11. 23. 18.1 Ti.13.

eth another Jesus, whom we have for edification, and not for your

o ch.13.10. & 4. 1. He. not preached, or if ye receive destruction, I should not be

another spirit, which ye have not ashamed:

received, or another gospel, 9 That I may not seem as if I

The Ga.1.7,8. which ye have not accepted, ye would terrify you by letters.

Tu Or,

might well bear with him. 10 For his letters say they) are + Gr. with me. 5 For I suppose is was not a weighty and powerful; but his saith he, l a

whit behind the very chiefest bodily presence is weak, and his g1 Co. 2.9, 10. ch. 12.

apostles. speech contemptible.

4. ver. 1.1. Ga.2.6. 6 But though I be rude in If Let such an one think this,

ch. la. 6,7, 1Co 1.17.

speech, yet not in knowledge; that such as we are in word by 9. Ga.4.13:1& 2. 1. 13. but we have been thoroughly letters when we are absent, such | iCo.1.17. Ich. 10. 10. made manifest among you in all will we be also in deed when we &2.1,4.ch. Ena

ch. Ep. 3. 4.

things.

11.6. are present.

mch. 4. 2.

7 Have I committed an offence 12 . For we dare not make our-sch. 3.1.& & 6. u. & nin abasing myself that ye might selves of the number, or compare | 6. 12. 112. 12.

be exalted, because I have preachourselves with some that com

In Ac. 18.3.

ed to you the gospel of God mend themselves: but they, meas

1Co 9.6,12. freely ? uring themselves by themselves,

ch. 10. 1. 81 robbed other churches, taking and comparing themselves among

o Ac. 20.33.

wages of them, to do you service. themselves, I are not wise

Or, un. ch. 12. 13.

9 And when I was present with 13 . But we will not boast of derstand 1 Th. 2. 9. you, and wanted, I was chargethings without our measure, but it not. 2 Th.3.8,9. able to no man: for that which according to the measure of the li ver. 15.

was lacking to me P the brethren Irule which God hath distributed Or. line. 115, 16. which came from Macedonia to us, a measure to reach even

q ch.12.14, supplied: and in all things I unto you.

16.

have kept myself from being 14 For we stretch not ourselves

It Ro. 9. 1. burdensome unto you, and so beyond our measure, as though

t Gr.

will I keep myself. we reached not unto you; u for ul Co, 3.5, this boast. 10 "As the truth of Christ is in we are come as far as to you also

10. & 4.15. ing shall me, ts no man shall stop me of in preaching the gospel of Christ :

& 9.1. not be slop this boasting in the regions of 15 Not boasting of things with

ped in me. Achaia. out our measure, that is, of Ro.15.20. s 1 Co.9.15. 11 Wherefore ? t because I love other men's labours; but having

1 ch. 6. 11. you not? God knoweth. hope, when your faith is increas

& 7.3.&12. 12 But what I do, that I will do, ed, that we shall be enlarged Or,

u that I may cut ott'occasion from by you, according to our rule magnified u 1Co.9.12. them which desire occasion; that abundantly,

in you.
* Ac. 15.

wherein they glory, they may be 16 To preach the gospel in the

24. Ro. 16. found even as we. regions beyond you, and not to

18. Ga.1.7. 13 For such tre false apostles, boast in another man's line of Or, rule.&6.12. Phi. y deceitful workers, transforming things made ready to our hand.

1. 15. 2 Pe. themselves into the apostles of 17 y But he that glorieth, let y Is. 65.16.

5.18 2.1, 1 Jo.4.

Christ. him glory in the Lord.

14 And no marvel; for Satan 18 For not he that commend

himself is transformed into * 40 eh himself is approved, but • Pr. 27.2.1)

P, 9 9 | Phi. 3, 2.

angel of light. 4 whom the Lord commendeth. a Ro. 2.29. 11.

15 Therefore it is no great thing CHAP. XI.

1 Co. 4. 6.

if his ministers also be transform

• Ga. 1. 8. 1 Out of his jealousy over the Corinthi

ed as the a ministers of righteans, who seemed to make more ac

a ch. 3. 9.

ousness; b whose end shall be account of the false a postles than of him,

9 Phi.3.19. cording to their works. he entereth into a forced commenda

Ic ver.1.ch. lô cI say again, Let no man tion of himself. 5 of his equality with

12. 6, 11. think me a fool; if otherwise, yet the chief apostles, 7 of his preaching the gospel to them freely, and without

la Or,

as a fool receive me, that I may any their charge, 13 shewing that he

suffer. boast myself a little. was not inferior to those deceitful

Id 1 Co. 7.6. 17 That which I speak, I speak workers in any legal prerogative, 23

I it not after the Lord, but as it

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Paul's sufferings
II. CORINTHIANS. .

and revelations. were foolishly, in this confidence | A. D. 60. A. D. 60. IT is not expedient for me doubtof boasting

less to glory. I will come to 18 Seems that many plory af- . ch. 9. 4. t Gr.

visions and revelations of the ter the flesh, I will glory also.

Phi. 3.3.! For I will
come.

Lord. 19 For ye sutter tools gladly,

2 I knew a man a in Christ above

a Ro. 16.7. s seeing ye yourselves are wise.

1:1Co.4.10. ch. 6, 17.

fourteen years ago, (whether in 20 For ye sutter, if a man bring a Ga. 2. 4. Ga. 1. 22.

the body, I cannot tell; or whethyou into bondage, if a man de- & 4. 9.

er out of the body, I cannot tell : vour you, if a inan take of you,

God knoweth :) such an one if a man exalt himself, if a man

Ac.22.17. caught up to the third heaven. smite you on the face.

| A. D. 46. 3 And I knew such a mall, 21 I speak as concerning re

at Lystra, (whether in the body, or out of proach, as though we had been lich. 10.10. Ac. 14. 6.

the body, I cannot tell: God weak. How beit, whereinsoever Pbi. 3. 4.

knoweth ;) any is bold, (I speak foolishly) I

4 How that he was caught up am bold also.

c Lu.23.43. into paradise, and heard un22 Are they Hebrews ? ! so am I. 1 Ac. 22. 3.

speakable words, which it is not Are they Israelies? so am 1. Ro. 11. 1. . Or, I lawful for a man to utter. Are they the seed of Abraham ? Phi. 3. 5. possible,

5 Of such an one will I glory: 30 am 1.

d ch.11.30. d yet of myself I will not glory, 23 Are they ministers of Christ?

but in mine infirmities. (1 speak as a fool) I am more ;

ech. 10.8. 6 For e though I would desire to min labours more abundant, nin m 1 Co. 15. & 11. 16. glory, I shall not be a fool; for I stripes above measure, in prisons 10.

will say the truth: but now I formore frequent, in deaths oft. n Ac. 9. 16.

bear, lest any man should think 24 Of the Jews five times re- & 20 23. &

of me above that which he seeth ceived IP forty stripes save one. 21.11.ch.6.

me to be, or that he heareth of me. 25 Thrice was I v beaten with

4, 5.

7 And lest I should be exalted rods, once was I stoned, thrice Jol Co. 15.

above measure through the abun$ suffered shipwreck, a night and 30, 31, 32.

dance of the revelations, there

ch. 1.9.10. a day I have been in the deep i..

f See Ez.

was given to me as thorn in the

& 4. 11. & 28. 21. Ga. 26 in journeyings often, in perils

flesh, 6 the messenger of Satan to of waters, in perils of robbers,

14. 13, 14. buffet me, lest I should be exalii in perils by mine own country

p De. 25.3. & Job 2. 7. ed above measure. men, in perils by the heathen, Ac.16.22. Lu. 13. 16. 8 h For this thing I besought the in perils in the city, in perils in Ac.14.19. See De. Lord thrice, that it might depart the wilderness, in perils in the

SA0.27.41. 3. 23, -- 27.

from ine. sea, in perils among false breth

Mat.26.44. 9 And he said unto me, My

t Ac. 9. 23. ren;

& 13.50. <li ch.11.30.

grace is sufficient for thee: for 27 In weariness and painfulness,

14.5. & 17.

my strength is made perfect in # in watchings often, y in hunger 5.& 20.3.& * 1Pe.4.14. weakness. Most gladly there. and thirst, in fastings often, in 21.31. & 28.12 Ro. 5. 3. fore will I rather glory in my cold and nakedness.

10,11. & 25. ch. 7. 4.

infirmities, that the power of 28 Besides those things that are 3.

mch, 13.4.

Christ may rest upon me. without, that which cometh upon

u Ac. 14.5. n ch. 11. l,

10 Therefore II take pleasure in me daily, the care of all the & 19. 23. 16. 17.

infirmities, in reproaches, in nechurches,

cessities, in persecutions, in dis29 - Who is weak, and I am not 31. ch. 6.5.

tresses for Christ's sake: m for weak? who is offended, and I y Co.4.11.

when I am weak, then ain I

1 Co.3.7. burn not?

strong.

* Soe Ac.& 15. 8, 9. 30 If I must needs glory, bl will

20. 18, &c. Ep. 3. &.

all am become na fool in gloglory of the things which con- Ro. 1. 14. loRo.15.18,

rying; ye have compelled me: cern mine infirmities.

for I ought to have been com

a 1 Co.8.13. 19. 1 Co. 9. 31 c The God and Father of our & 9. 22. 2.ch.4.2.&

mended of you: for o in nothing Lord Jesus Christ, d which is

am I behind the very chiefest

bch.12 5.9.6.4.& 11.6. blessed for evermore, knoweth

apostles, though pl be nothing.

ri Co. 1.7. that I lie not.

12 « Truly the signs of an apos32. In Damascus the governor

c Ro.1.9.4 1Co.9.12, 1.

tle were wrought among you in under Aretas the king kept the

9. 1. ch. 1. ch. 11. 9.
23. Ga.1.2.

all patience, in signs, and won

ch. 11. 7.1 city of the Damascenes with all Th. 2. 6."

ders, and mighty deeds. garrison, desirous to apprehend a uch, 13, 1.1 13 For what is it wherein ye nie :

# Ac. 20. were inferior to other churches, 33 And through a window in a

Hindamine Ac. 9. 21, 33. 1Co.10. except it be that I myself was basket was I let down by the

25.
33.

not burdensome to you forgive wall, and escaped his lands.

y 1Co.4.14,

me this wrong. CHAP. XII.

14 u Behold, the third time I am 1 For commending of his apostleship,

1Th.2.8. ready to come to you; and I will though he might glory of his wonder.

Phi. 2. 17.

not be burdensome to you for ful revelations, 9 yet he rather choos

a John 10.

*I seek not yours, but you. For eth to glory of his infirmities, 11

11. ch. 1.6. the children ought not to lay up blaming them for forcing him to this

Col. 1. 24. for the parents, but the parents dain boasting. 14 He promiseth to

2 Ti. 2. 10. for the children. come to them arair : but yet alto

+ Gr. 15 And gether in the afection of a father,

I will very gladly 20 although he feareth he shall to his

your souls. spend and be spent 4 for you; fries find many offenders, and pub.

Io ch. 6. 12 though the more abundantly I lic disorders there.

I love you, the less I be loved.

118.

2 Ac. 20. lo ch. 11.5.

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Paul threateneth

CHAP. I.

unreclaimed offenders, 16 But be it so, I did not A. D. 60. | A. D. 60. 3 Since ye seek a proof of Christ burden you: nevertheless, being

f speaking in me, which to youcch. 11. 9. f Mat. 10.1

. crafty, I caught you with guile.

20. 1 Co.5.

ward is not weak, but is mighty 17 d Did I make a gain of you i d ch, 7. 2. 4. ch.2 10.

15 in you. by any of them whom I sent unto

4 For though he was crucified

81 Co.9.2. you?

through weakness, yet i he liveth 18 I desired Titus, and with le ch. 8. 6, Phi.2.7, by the power of God. For kwe him I sent a brother. Did Titus 16, 22.

8.1 Pe.3.18.

also are weak lin him, but we make a gain ot youwalked welf ch.8. 18. Ro. 6. 4. 1 shall live with him by the power not in the same spirit ? walked

See ch. of God toward you. we not in the same steps?

10. 3, 4. 51 Examine yourselves, whether 19 6 Again, think ye that we ex- & ch. 6. 22. Or. ye be in the faith; prove your owIX cuse ourselves unto you? hweh Ro. 9. 1. with him. selves. Know ye not your own speak before God in Christ: i butch. 11. 31. 2 1 Co. ll. selves, how that Jesus Christ is 10e do all things, dearly beloved, il Co. 10. 28.

in you, except ye ben reprobates ? for your edifying.

m Ro.8.10.

6 But I trust that ye shall know 20 For I fear, lest, when I come,

Ga, 4. 19. that we are not reprobates. I shall not find you such as I

In 1Co.9 27.

7 Now I pray to God that ye do would, and that * I shall be found 1 Co.4.21.

no evil; vot that we should apunto vou ench as ve would not :ch. 10. 2.&

pear approved, but that ye should lest there be debates, envyings,

13, 2, 10.

do that which is honest, though wraths, strifes, backbitings, whis

Joch. 6. 9. 1 o we be as reprobates. perings, swellings, tumults:

8 For we can do nothing against 21 And lest, when I come again,

the truth, but for the truth. my God I will huinble me ainong I ch. 2. 1,4. 1Co.4.10.19 For we are glad, p when we you, and that I shall be wail many

ch. 11, 30. are weak, and ye are strong and m which have simned already, and mch.13.2.& 12. 5, 9, this also we wish, I even your perhave not re perted of the unclean

10.

fection. ness, and fornication, and las- > Co.5.1.11 Th. 3. 10 Therefore I write these civiousness, which they have

things being absent, lest being committed.

T1C0.4.21. present I should use sharpness, CHAP. XIII.

ch. 2. 3. & taccording to the power which 1 He threateneth severity, and the power

10.2. & 12. the Lord hath given me to editiof his apostleship against obstinate

20, 21. cation, and not to destruction, sinners. 5 And advising them to a

, Tit. 1. 13. Il Finally, brethren, farewell. trial of their faith, 7 and to a re.

Be perfect, be of good comfort, formation of their sins before his

1 ch. 10.8. coming, 11 he concludeth his epistle

u be of one mind, live in peace;

te Ro.12.16, with & general exhortation and a

18. & 15.5.

and the God of love and peace prayer.

1 Co. 1. 10. shall be with you. HIS is a the third time I am a ch.12.14. Phi. 2. 2.& 12 y Greet one another with an I coming to you: 6 In the mouth 1. Nu. 35. 3. 16. 1 Pe. holy kiss. of two or three witnesses shall | 30. De. 17.3. 8.

13 All the saints salute you. every word be established.

6. & 19.15. Ro. 15.1 14 The grace of the Lord Je2 c I told you before, and foretell Mat.18.16. 33.

sus Christ, and the love of God, you, as if I were present, the sec

John 8. 17. y Ro.16.16.

and a the communion of the Holy ond time; and being absent now

He. 10. 28. 1 Co.16.20.

Ghost, be with you all. Amen. I write to them d which heretofore Icch. 10. 21 Th.5.26.

T The second epistle to the Cohave sinned, and to all other. I d ch.12.21.11 Pe. 5. 14.

rinthians was written from that, if I come again, I will not le ch. 1. 23. Ro 16.24. Philippi, a city of Macedonia, spare :

Phị2 1.1 by Titus and Lucas.

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I THE EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE,

TO

THE GAL A TIANS.

CHAP. I.

1 A. D. 58. A. D. 58. | 3 Grace be to you, and peace 6 He wondercth that they have so soon

from God the Father, and from left him and the Ruepel, 8 and ac

s Ro. 1.7. curseth those that preach any other

our Lord Jesus Christ,

1Co.1.3.2 gospel tian he did. 11 He learned

4 & Who gave himself for our Co.1.2. Ep.

sins, that he might deliver us

1.2. Phi. 1. the gospel not of men, but of God: 14 and shelveth what he was before ins10

a ver. 11, 2. col. 1.2.1 from this present evil world, ac

12. callink, 17 and what he did presently

cording to the will of God and

O Ac.9.6.& 21h. 1. 2. after it.

our Father: PAUL, an apostle, (a not of 22. 10. 13,2 Jo. 3.

| 5 To whomn be glory for ever and Imen, neither by man, but bby

21.& 28.16. & Mat. 20. ever. Amen.
Tit. 1. 3. 2-. Ro, 4.

* Jesus Christ, and God the Father,

6 l
6 1 mervel that ye are so soon

arval that we are so soon o who raised him from the denic Ac. 21.23.ch.2.20.

Tit. 2. 14.

| removed i from him that called 2 And all the brethrend which d Phi.2.22. Sale you into the grace of Christ, unto are with me, e unto the churches & 1. 21. 166.17.John another gospel: of Galatia. TelCo.16..1 15. 19. & 17. 14. He.2.5.& 6.5. 1 Jo.5. 19, ich.5.8.

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