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m 1 Co. 16.
Paul's doctrine not from man. GALATIANS. Paul's erpostulation with Peter.
7 Which is not another: but A. D. 58. A, D, 58. THEN fourteen years after there be some that trouble you,
1 went up again to Jerusalem and would pervert the gospel of
A2C0.11.4 A. D. 52.
with Barnabas, and took Titus Christ.
1 Ac. 15. 1, la Ac. 15. 2.
with me also 8 But though mwe, or an angel
24. 2 Co. 2.
2 And I went up by revelation, from heaven, preach any other
band communicated unto them gospel unto you than that which
that gospel which I preach awe have preached unto you, let
mong the Gentiles, but privately bim be accursed.
sed Tally. to them which were of reputa9 As we said before, so say I
c Phi.2.16. tion, lest by any means c I should now again, If any man preach
1 Th. 3. 5. run, or had run, in vain. any other gospel unto you in thann De. 4. 2.
3 But neither Titus, who was that ye have received, let him be & 12. 32.
with me, being a Greek, was coinaccursed.
Pr. 30. 6.
pelled to be circumcised: 10 Fur odo I now Ppersuade
Re. 22. 18. d Ac. 15. 1,
4 And that because of a false men, or God? or do I seek to
o 1 Th.2.4. 24. 2Co.11. brethren unawares brought i, please men? for it I yet pleased p ISa. 24.7. 26.
who came in privily to spy out imen, I should not be the servant Mat.23.11. . ch. 3. 25. l our liberty which we have in of Christ.
1 Jo. 3. 9. ch.5.1,13. Cbrist Jesus, f that they might 11 But I certify you, brethren, vi Th.2.4. / 2 Co. 11. bring us into bondage: tliat the gospel wbich was preach- Ja. 4. 4. 20. ch. 4.3, 5 To wbom we gave place by ed of me is not alter man: 1,100.15.1. 9.
subjection, no, not for an hour: 12 For s I neither received it of La Co.15.. & ver. 14. that the tri mu, neither was I taught it, but 3. ver. 1. ch.3.1.&4. might continue with you. ? by the revelation of Jesus Christ. En 3.3.16
6 But of those, who seemed to 13 For ye have heard of my con
x ch. 6.3. be somewhat, whatsoever they versation in time past in the Jews' u Ac. 9. 1.
were, it maketh no matter to me: religion, how that u beyond meas
& 22. 4. &
i God accepteth no man's per
26.11. ITI.AC.10.34. ure I persecuted the church of
“| Ro. 2. 11. son: for they who seemed to be God, and I wasted it;
somewhat, in conference added 11 And profited in the Jews' re- * Ac. 8. 3.
nothing to me: ligion above many iny tequals in + Gr.
1 Ac. 13.46.
7 But contrariwise, Iwhen they Inne Own balion, y being more equals in Ro.1.5.2 saw that the gospel of the uncirexccedingly zealous of the tra- years.
11.13. iTi. cumcision m was committed wito ofitions of iny fathers.
I y Ac. 22. 3. 2.7.2 Ti.l.
me, as the gospel of the circum15 But when it pleased God, a who & 26.9. Phi. 11.
cision was unto Peter; separated me from my mother's 3. 6.
in Th.2.4. 8 (For he that wrought effecwomb, and called me by his grace, A. D. 35.
tually in Peter to the apostleship 16 To reveal his Son in me, Je. 9. 14. n Ac. 9.15. of the circumcision, the same that cI might preach him among Mat. 15. 2. & 13. 2. & Was mighty in me toward the the heathen; inmediately I con- Ma. 7. 5. 22.21.& 26. Gentiles: ferred not with d desh and blood;
als.49.1.5 1 17,18. 1Co.
19 And when James, Cephas, and 17 Neither went I up to Jerusa | Je.1.5. Ac.
John, who seemed to be p pillars, lem to them which were apostles
perceived the grace that was Vetore me: but I went into Ara
given unto me, they gave to me bia, and returned a rain unto Da
15. Ro.l.1. och. 3. 6.
and Barnabas the right hands of mascus.
p Mat. 16.
fellowship; that we should go 18 Then after three years eil A. D. 39. 18. Ep. 2.
unto the heather, and they unto
20. Re. 21. I went up to Jerusalem to see Pe-02 Co. 4.6.11.
the circumcision. ter, and abode with bim fifteen
C Ac. 9. 15.
10 Only they would that we days.
should remember the poor; "the 19 But f other of the apostles 26. 17. 18. 15. 1Co.15.
same which I also was forward saw I hone, save & James the Ro. 11. 13. 10. Ep.3.8.
to do. Lord's brother.
U s But when Peter was come to
Ac. 11.30. 20 Now the things which I write I Mat. 16.
1 2 Antioch, I withstood him to tbe unto you. A behold, before God, I 17. 1Co 15 R. 15. 25. face, because he was to be blamed. lie not.
50. Ep. 6. 1 Co. 16.1. 12 For before that certain came 21 i Afterwards I came into the
12. 12 C0.8.& 9, from James," he did ent with the regions of Syria and Cilicia;
Gentiles : but when they were 22 And was unknown by tace Or, Ac.15.35.
coine, he withdrew, and se paraunto the churches of Judea returned. Ac 10.28. ted himseli, lening them which which I were in Christ :
1 I Co.9.5.& 11. 3. were of the circumcis 23 But they had heard only,
13 And the other Jews dissem
& Mat. 13. That he which persecuted us in
bled likewise with him; insotimes past, now preacheth the
much that Barnabas also was
h Ro. 9. 1 farch which once he destroyed.
carried away with their dissiinu4 And they glorified God in me. i Ac. 9.30.
14 But when I saw that they 1 lte shendeth when he went up again to i I Ro. 16.7.
walked not uprightly according to Jerusalem, and for what purpose : 3
u ver. 5. t the truth of the gospel, I said and that Titus was not curcumcised:
unto Peter before them all,
11.5.20. il and that he resistet Peter, and
If told him the reasun, 14 why he and
thou, being a Jew, livest after
y Ac.10 28. other, being Jews, do believe in Christ
& 11. 3.
the manner of Gentiles, and not to be justified by faith, and not by
as do the Jews, why compellest worla: 20 and that they live not in
thou the Gentiles to live as do the sin, who are so justified.
of justification by faith.
All believers are justified. 15 We who are Jews by na- A. D. 58 A. D. 68.1 10 For as many as are of the ture, and not a sinners of the Gen
works of the law, are under the tiles,
| curse: for it is written, * Cursed
11. 16 Knowing that a man is not
26.Je. 11.3. is every one that continueth not justified by the works of the law,
a Mat. 9.
in all things which are written in huic by the faith of Jesus Christ,
the book of the law to do them.
12. Jo ch.2. 16. even we have believed in Jesus
11 But that no man is justified! Christ, that we inight be justified
6 Ac.13.38, p Hab. 2.1. by the law in the sight of God, it
39. by the faith of Christ, and not by
Ro. 1. 17. is evident : for, p The just shall the works of the law: for d by
c Ro. 1.17. lue. 10. 38.
I live by faith. Die works of the law shall no flesh
& 3. 22, 2. La Ro.4.4,5. 12 And the law is not of faith:
& be justified.
.3.ch.3. 10.5,6.& but, "The man that doeth them 11 But it, while we seek to be
21. He. 7. 11. 6.
shall live in them. justified by Christ, we ourselves i
Le. 18.5. 13 Christ hath redeemed us
d Ps.113.2. Ne, 9. 29. also are found esinners, is there
from the curse of the law, being
Ro. 3. 20. Ez. 20. 11. fore Christ the minister of sin ?
made & curse for us: for it is God forbid.
written, i Cursed is every one
el Jo.3.8, s Ro. 8. 3. 18 For if I build again the things
that hangeth on a tree:
2 Co. 5. 21. which I destroyed, I inake in yself
14 u That the blessing of Abraa transgressor.
Ro. 8. 2. ch. 4. 5.
ham might come on the Gentiles 19 For Is through the law lam Ro.6. 14. De.21 23.
through Jesus Christ; that we dead to the law, that I might Alive
& 7. 4, 6. u Ro. 4. 9, might receive the promise of unto God.
- Ro. 6 11.16.
the Spirit through faith. 2) I am crucified with Christ: 2 C0.5.15. 1s. 32.15.1 15 Brethren, I speak after the nevertheless, I live; yet not I,
116.5. 10. & 44.3. Je.
manner of men; y Though it be but Christ liveth iu mne: and the
He. 9. 14. 31.33.&32.
but a man's covenant, yet if it
1 Pe. 4. 2 10. Ez. 11, lite which I now live in the flesh,
be contirmed, nornan disannuileth *I live by the faith of the Son
i Ro, 6.0.19.& 38.27. of God, I who loved me, and gave
eh. 5. 24.& Joel 2. 29, or adeth thereto.
to Abraham and his hinselt for me.
10. John 7. seed were the promises made. 21 I do not frustrate the grace
He saith not, And to seeds, as of of God: for mit righteorsness
many; but as of one, And to thy
1 Pe. 1. 2. come by the law, then Christ is
He.9. 17. seed, which is a Christ. dead in rain.
I ch. 1. 4."
17 And this I say, That the cor
Ep. 5. 2. Or,
enant that was confirmed before
Tit. 2. 11. Lestament, 1 He asketh what moved them to leave
of God in Christ, the law, which
mch.3.21. 2 Ge. 12.3, the faith, and hang upon the law / 6
was four hundred and thirty years
He. 7. 11. 17. & 17. 7. They that believe are justified, 9 and
after, cannot disannul, cthat it
See Ro.li.ver. 8. blessed with Abraham, 10 And this
6. ch. 5. 4. a 1 Co. 12.
should make the promise of none he showeth by many reasons.
12. FOOLISH Galatians, a who
18 For if d the inheritance be of hath bewitched you, that ye
the law, it is no more of proin
11. should not obey b the truth, be-bch. 2. 14."
ise: but God gave it to Abraham fore whose eyes Jesus Christ hath
& 5.7. c Ro. 4. 13,
11. ver. 21. been evidently set forth, crucified | c Ac. 2. 38.
19 Wherefore then serveth the among you?
& 8. 15. 814 Ro. 8.17.
law ? lt was added because of 2 This only would I learn of you, 10.47.& 15. e Ro. 4. 14. transgressions, till & the seed Received ye the Spirit by the
8. ver. 11. John 15.
should come to whom the promEp. 1. 13.
shou works of the law, dor by the hear
9.22. Ro. 4. ise was made; and it was noring of faith?
dained by angels in the hand of
Ro.10.16, & 7.8, 13. 3 Are ye so foolish! ehaving be
17. gim in the Spirit, are ve now inade
1 Ti.1. 9. 20 Now a mediator is not a perfect by the flesh?
e ch. 4. 9. & ver. 16. mediator of one; *but God is 4 & Have ye suffered so many fHe.7.16. h Ac, 7.53. one. things in vain ? if it be yet in & 9. 10. He. 2. 2. 21 Is the law then against the vain.
& He. 10. li Ex.20 19. promises of God! God forbid : 5 He therefore that minister- 35,36.2 Jo. 21, 22. De 2 for if there had been a law given eth to you the Sjurit, and work
5. 5, 22, 23, which could have given lite, vereth miracles anong you, doeth Or, 127,31.Johnily righteousness should have he it by the works of the law, or so great.
been by the law.
38.1 Ti.2.5 by the hearing of faith?
h 2 Co.3.8.
22 But in the scripture hath con6 Even as i Abraham believeil
A Ro. 3. 20, cluded n all under sin, that the
i Ge. 15. 6.30 God, and it was l accounted to Ro. 4.3, 9,
promise by faith of Jesus Christ hiin for righteousness.
21.22.Ja 2.1 ch.2 21. might be given to them that be7 Kuow ye therefore, that they
m ver. 8. lieve. waich are of faith, the same are Or, In Ro. 3. 9.
23 But befor
23 But before faith came, we the children of Abraham. .
imputed. 19,23.& 11. were kept under the law, shut up 8 Ard the scripture, foreseeing John 8. 32.
unto the faith which should althat God would justify the hea - 39. Ro. 4.Ro. 4. 11. terwards be revealed. then through faith, preachell be- 11, 12, 16. 12, 16.
21 Wherefore P the law was our fore the gospel unto Abraham, I See Ro 9. lp Mat. 6. SC
school-naster to bring us unto saying, mln ihee shall all nations
17. ver. 22. 17. Ro. 10. Christ, that we might be justibe blessed.
m Ge. 12.3. 4. Col.2.17. fied by faith. 9 So then they which be of faith
& 18.18. & He. 9.9,10. 25 But after that faith is come, are blessed with faithful Abra- 22. 18. Ac.lo Ac.13.39. we are no longer under a schoolham. 3. 35. Tch. 2. 16. I naster.
He. 2. 11.
Christ freed us from the law. GALATIANS. The allegory of Sarah and Agar.
26 For ye are all the children A. D. 58. A. D. 58. 15 | Where is then the blessedof God by faith in Christ Jesus.
ness ye spake of? for I bear you
John 1. Or, 27 For Sas many of you as have
record, that, if it had been possi
12 Ro.8.14, What was been baptized into Christ, have
ble, ye would have plucked out put on Christ.
5. 1 Jo.3.1,
your own eyes, and have given 28 u There is neither Jew nor 2.
them to me. Greek, there is neither bond nor s Ro. 6.3.
16 Am I therefore become your free, there is neither male nor fe 1 Ro.13.14. y ch.2.5,14. enemy y because I tell yon the male: for ye are all one in Christ
u Ro. 10.1
12. 1Co 12. Jesus.
| 17 They % zealously affect you,
13. ch.5.6.1 Co. 11.2 29 And y if ye be Christ's, then
0.11 Co. 11. 2. | but not well; yea, they would ex
Col. 3. 11.1 are ye Abraham's seed, and - heirs John 10. # Or, us. clude | you, that ye might affect according to the promise.
them. CHAP. IV.
18 But it is good to be zealously 1 We were under the law til Christ 15, 16. & 4.
affected always in a good thing, came, as the heir is under his kuar. 4, 15.
and not only when I am present dian till he be of age. 5 But Christ
with you. freed us from the law : 7 therefore 12. Ro. 9.7. a ICo.4.15. 19 a My little children, of whom we are servants no longer to it. 14
He. 11. 8.11
Philem 10. I travail in birth again, until He remembereth their good will to him, and his to them, 22 and shewcth ch.4.7, 28.
| Christ be formed in you, that we are the Sons of Abraham by
Ep. 3. 6.
20 I desire to be present with the free-woman.
you now, and to change my voice; NOW I say, That the heir, as
2.23.& 5.1.1 Or, I am for I stand in doubt of you. I
Col.2.8,20. perplered long as he is a child, dil-He. 9. 10. 'fur you.
21 Tell me, ye that desire to be fereth nothing from a servant,
under the law, do ye not hear the
Or, though he be lord of all;
rudiments. ? But is under intors and goy Ge.49.10.
22 For it is written, that Abraemors until the time appointed Da, 9. 21.5 Ge.16.15. ham had two sous: bthe one by of the father.
Ma. 1. 15. Ge. 21. 2. a bond-maid, cthe other by a 3 Even so we, when we were
Ep. 1. 10.1
o John 1. children, a were in bondage under
23 But he who was of the bond
14. Ro.1.3.Ro.9.7,8, the elements of the world:
Phi. 2. 7.
woman, d was born after the + But bwhen the fulness of the
flesh; e but he of the free-woman time was come, God sent forth d G4, 3.10.1
13. 14. & 21.1,was by promise. Iris Son, made d of a woman,
24 Which things are an allee made under the law,
gory : for these are the two ll Cov5. To redeem them that were
23. Lu. 1.! Or,
enants; the one from the mount
31. & 2. 7. testaments. under the law, 6 that we might
t f Sinai, which gendereth to
Mat.5.17.1+ Gr. receive the adoption of sons.
bondage, which is Agar. 6 And because ye ale sons, God Mat. 20.
25 For this Agar is mount Sinai hath sent forth the Spirit of his 23.ch.3.13. f De, 33.2.
3.13: 1 f De, 33.2. in Arabia, and answereth to JeSon into your hearts, crying, Ab- Tit. 2. 14.. Or, is in rusalem which now is, and is in ba, Father.
He. 9. 12. the same bondage with her children, 7 Wherefore thou art no more a
Ep. 1. 7. I rank with. 26 But & Jerusalem which is servant, but a son ; ' and if a
Pe.1.18,19.1. Is. 2. 2. above is free, which is the mother
& John 1. He. 12. 2.1 of us all. son, then an heir of God through
2.Re. 3.12. & 27 For it is written, Rejoice,
Ep. 1.5. 8 Howbeit then, when ye knewn Ro. 5.5.
21. 2, 10. thor barren that bearest not; not God, I ye did service unto
B. 15. This. 54. 1. break forth and cry, thou that them which by nature are no iRo. 8. 16,
travailest not: for the desolate gods.
hath many more children than 9 But now, m after that ye have
she which hath an husband.
1 Th. 4. 5. known God, or rather are known
28 Now we, brethren, as Isaac of God, n how turn ye lagam to
1 Ro. 1. 25. i A. 3. 25.was, are ithe children of prom
1 Co. 12. 2. Ro.9.8. ch. ise the weak and bergarly ele- Ep.2.11,12. 3. 29. ments, whereunto ye desire again to ve desire acaini Th. 1. 9.
29 But as then he that was to be in bondage ?
m 1C0.8.3. Ge. 21.9. born after the flesh persecuted 10 PYe observe days, and months, & 13. 12. 2
him that 1008 born after the Spirit, and tires, and years.
Ti. 2. 19. Ich. 5. 11. leven so it is now'. 11 I am afraid of you, lest 1
nch. 3. 3. & 6. 12. 30 Nevertheless, what saith the have bestowed upon you labour in
; mch. 3.8, scripture ? n Cast out the bond
Or, bact. 09 valli.
o Ro. 8.3."
woman and her son : for the son 12 Brethren, I beseech yoni, be He. 7. 8. n Ge.21.10, of the bond-woman shall not be as I am ; for I am as ye are: rye. Or, 12.
heir with the son of the free-wohave not injured me at all.
radiments,lo John 8. man.
.in 13 Ye know how sthrough in- ver.3,
v er. 3. 35.
31 So then, brethren, we are no: firinity of the flesh I preached the
p Ro. 14,5.
children of the bond-woman,
Col. 2. 16. John 8. gospel unto your at the first.
p but of the free.
h och. 2.2.& 36.ch. 5.1, 14 And my temptation which 5.2, 4. ITh. 13.
CHAP. V. was in my flesh ye despiseil noi, 3. 5.
1 lle moveth them to stand in their hb. nor rejected; but receives me las r 2 Co, 2.5.
erly, 3 and not to observe circuman angel of God, even as Christ 1 Co.2.3.
cision: 13 but rather love, which is Jesus.
1 2 Co.11.30.
the sum of the law. 19 HC reckuilcih & 12. 7, 9. 1 ch. 1. 6. u 2 Sa. 19. 27. Mal. 2. 7.
up the works of the flesh, 22 and the See Zec, 22.8. Mat. 10. 40. Lu. 10. 16. Jolin 13.
fruits of the Spirit, 25 and error eth 20. 1 Th. 2. 13.
to wait in the Spirit, 184
Lu. 2. 27.
The liberty of the gospel.
The fruit of the Spirit. CUTAND fast therefore in a the A, D. 58. | A. D. 58. | shall not inherit the kingdom of liberty wherewith Christ hath
a John 8. i John 15. made us free, and be not entan
99 But i the fruit of the Spirit is oled again
| 32. Ro. 6. 2. Ep.5.9. with the yoke of 18. 1 Pe. 2. * Col.3.12.
love, joy, peace, long-suffering, boudage.
A gentleness, goodness, mfaith, 2 Behold, I Paul say unto you, b Ac. 15.10.17 Ro.15. 11.
23 Meekness, temperance: *athat cif ye be circumcised, Christ ch. 2. 4. & m 1 Co. 13. l gainst such there is no law. shall profit you nothing
24 And they that are Christ's 3 For I testify again to every c Ac. 15.1."
A 15 n 1 Ti.1.9.
o have crucified the flesh, with inau that is circumcised, dihat See Ac. 16.
the li afections and lusts. he is a debtor to do the whole
| 25 p If we live in the Spirit, let
20. 1 Pe. 2. law.
4 ch. 3. 10.
us also walk in the Spirit. 4. Christ is become of no effect
Ro. 9.91, Or,
26. Let us not be desirous of unto you, whosoever of you are 32.ch.2.21. passions. van-glory, provoking one alljustified by the law; ye are f He. 12. p Ro.8.4,5. other, envying one another. fallen from grace.
| CHAP. VI.
25.2T1.48. a Ro, 14.1. 1 He moveth them to deal mildly with a
brother that hath slippel, 2 and to ness by faith.
12. 13. Ja. 6 For A in Jesus Christ neither
bear one another's burden: 6 to be 6. 15. Col.
5. 19. circumcision availeth any thing,
liberal to their teachers, 9 and not 3. 11. 1 Or,
weary of well-doine, 12 He sheweti nor uncircumcision; but I faith
although. what they intend that preach circumwhich worketh by love.
61Co.2.15. cision. 11 He glorieth in nothing 7 Ye * did run well: 'I who did
save in the cross of Christ.
22. hinder you that ye should not
c Co.4.21. k Co.9.24. 2 Th. 3.15.
PRETHREN, al if a man be obey the truth?
Ich. 3. 1. 2 Ti. 2. 25.
overtaken in a fault, ye 8 Tbis persuasion cometh not of
# Or, who al Co.7.5.
which are spiritual, restore sich him mthat calleth you.
did drive & 10. 12. an one Cin the spirit of meekness; On A little leaven leaveneth the you back ? le Ro. 15. 1. considering tliysell, "lest thou whole lump.
mch. 1. 6.ch. 5. 13. 1 also be tempted. 10 0 I have confidence in you ni Co.5.6. Th. 5. 14. 2 e Bear ye one another's burthrough the Lord, that ye will be & 15. 33. John 13. dens, and so fulfil f the law of none otherwise minded: but p he
Christ. that troubleth you shall bear
3 For if a man think himself to his judgment, whosoever he be. p ch. 1. 7. 21.
be something, when he is nothD'Aid l. brethren, if I yet q2C0.10.6. Ro. 12.3. | ing, he deceiveth himseil. preach circumcision), why do I ch. 6. 12. 1 Co. 8. 2.
4 But I let every man prove his yet sufler persecution ? then is s 1 Co. 15. ch. 2. 6. own work, and then shall he have I the offence of the cross ceased. 30.ch.4.29. IA 2 Co.3.6.
rejoicing in himself alone, and 12 w I would they were even cut & 6. 17. & 12. 11.
Anot in another. off which trouble you.
i 1Co.1.23. 11 I Co. 11.
5 For levery man shall bear his 13 For, brethren, ye have been u Jos.7.25.)
own burden. called unto liberty; only y use
11Co.5. 13 | See L.
6 m Let him that is taught in the not liberty for an occasion to the
ch. 1. 8, 9. 19. 11.
word, communicate unto him flesh, but * by love serve one an
Ac, 15.1,2 Ro. 2. 6. that teacheth in all good things. other.
2, 21. 1 Co. 3. 8.
79 Be not deceived ; God is 14 For all the law is fulfilled
y 1 Co.8.9. m Ro. 15.
not mocked: for p whatsoever at in one word, even in this, . Thou
í Pe. 2. 16. 27. 1 Co.9.
man soweth, that shall he also shalt love thy neighbour as thy
Jude 4. n 1 Co.6.9. reap.
8 For he that soweth to his 15 But if ye bite and devour one
flesh, shall of the flesh reap coranother, take heed that ye be not la Mat, 7. p Lu.16.25. ruption : but he that soweth to consumed one of another.
12. & 22.40. Ro. 2. 6. 2. the Spirit, shall of the Spirit reap 16 This I say then, c Walk in Ja. 2. 8. Co. 9. 6.
life everlasting. the Spirit, and I ye shall not ful
Le.19.16.19 Job 4. 8.
9 And let us not be weary in fil the lust of the flesh.
Mat.22.39. Pr. 11. 18.
well-doing : for in due season we 17 For the flesh lusteth against
Ro. 13.8.9. 1 & 22.8.Ho.
8.7.& 10. shall reap sit we faint not. the Spirit, and the Spirit against
c Ro. 6. 12.
. 12. Ro. 8. 10. As we have therefore opporthe flesh: and these are contrary
& 13. 14.
13.Ja.3.18. tunity, u let us do good unto all the one to the other; so that ye ver. 95.0 ir 2 Th. 3. men, especially unto them who cannot do the things that ye Pe. 2. 11.
are of ihe household of faith. would.
Il Ye see how large a letter I 18 But Sif ye be led by the Spirit, fulfil not. 13. He.3.6, have written unto you with mine ye are not under the law.
d Ro. 7.23. 1.& 10.36. own hand. 19 Now 8 the works of the flesh & 8. 6, 7. & 12.3, 6. 12 As many as desire to make a are manifest, which are these, A- Ro. 7. 15, Re. 2. 10. fair shew in the flesh, v they condultery, fornication, uncleanuess,
1 John 9.4.
strain you to be circumcised; lasciviousness,
s Ro. 6.14. & 12. 35.
* only lest they should suffer 20 Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred,
persecution for the cross of Christ. variance, emulations, wrath,
13 For neither they themselves strife, seditions, heresies,
Ep. 5. 3. 18. Tit.3.8.
who are circuincised keep the
Col.3.5.Ja. 21 Envyings, murders, drunken
Ep. 2.19. 3. 14, 15, He. 3. 6.
law; but desire to have you cirness, revellings, and such like : 1
al Co.6.9. ych. 2. 3,
cumcised, that they may glory in of the which I tell you before, as | Ep. 5. 5. 14.
your flesh. I have also told you in tine past, I col. 3. 6. Phi.3.18. 146 But God forbid that I should that they which do such things Re. 22. 16. la ch. 5. 11. Phi. 3. 3, 7, 8.
Paul blesseth God.
The exaltation of Christ. glory, save in the cross of our A. D. 58. J A. D. 58. | them, and mercy, and upon the Lord Jesus Christ, flywhoin the
Israel of God. 1 Or,
Ro. 2.29. world is crucified unto me, and
17 From henceforth let no man
whereby. &4.12.&3. I unto the world.
c Ro. 6. 6.6,7,.ch.3.
trouble me: for il bear in my 15 Ford in Christ Jesus neither
ch.2 20. :,9,25 Phi. body the marks of the Lord Jesus. circumcision availeth any thing,
dICo.7.19. 3. 3.
18 Brethren, the grace of our nor uncireuincision, but a new ch.5.6.Colli 2 Co. 1.5.
Lord Jesus Christ be with your creature.
4. 10. &
spirit. Amen. 16 / And as many as walk 6 ac-le2C0.5.17. 11.23.ch.5. Unto the Galatians, written cording to this rule, peace be on Ps.125.5. 11. Col. 1.! from Rome.
: Phi. 3. 16. 12. 13 Ti. 4 . Phien. 5.
THE EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE,
A. D. 64. A. D. 61. en, and which are on earth; eren 1 After the salutation, 3 and thanks.
a 2 Co.1.1. Ac,20.32. giving for the Ephesians, the treat.
11 * In whom also we have ob
21. 18. eth of our election, 6 and adoption by
2 Co. l. 1. Ro, s. 17.
tained an inheritance, y being grace, 11 which is the true and pro
ciCo.4.17. Col. 1. 12. predestinated according to the por fountain of man's salvation, 13
ch. 6. 21. &3.2 1. Tit. purpose of him who worketh all And because the A15hl of this myste.
Col. 1. 2. 3.7.Ja.2.5. ry cannot easily be attained unto, 16
things after the counsel of his he prayeth that trey may come 18 to
d Ga. 1. 3. 1 Pe. 1. 4. own will:
| Tit. 1. 4. the full knowledge and 20 possession
ver. 5. 112 . That we should be to the thereof in Christ.
€ 2Co. 1.3. - Is.46.10,
praise of his glory, o who first
1 Pe. 1. 3. 11. PAUL, an apostle of Jesus
trusted in Christ.
9 Or, la ver.6,11. I Christ aby the will of God, things, 2 Th. 2.13.
13 In whom ye also trusted, afo to the saints which are at Ephe ch. 6. 12. ) Ja, . 18. ter that ye hearil the word of sus, cand to the faithful in Christ Ro.8.23.Or, truth, the gospel of your salvaJesus;
2 Th. 2.13. hoped. tion: in whom also, after that ye 2. Grace be to you, and peace,
2 Ti. 1. 90 John 1. believed, dye were sealed with from God our Father, and from
Ja. 2. 5. 1 17.2 Co. 6.
that Holy Spirit of promise,
Pe. 1. 2. & 7. the Lord Jesus Christ.
14 Which is the earnest of our
2.9. 12C0.1.22. 3 e Blessed be the God and Fa
g1 Pe. 1,2,ch. 3. 34). |
inheritance f until the redempther of our Lord Jesus Christ, 20.
tion of the purchased possession, who hath blessed us with all h Lu. 1,75. & 5.5. h unto the praise of his glory. spiritual blessings in heavenly ch. 2. 10.&| Lu. 21. 15 Wheretore I also, i after I places in Christ :
heard of your faith in the Lord 4 According as f he hath chosen
22. 1 Th. 4. 23. ch.430.
Jesus, and love to all the saints,
7. Tit.2. 12. & Ac.20 2. us in him, 6 before the founda
16 Cease not to give thanks for
i Ro. 8. 29, 1 ver.6.12. tion of the world, that we should
30. ver. 11. 1 Pe. 2. y.
you, making mention of you in be holy and without blame be k John l. i Col. 1. 4.
my prayers; tore him in love :
12. Ro. 8. Philem. 5.
| 17 That 'the God of our Lord 5 i Having predestinated us unto 16. 2 Co.6. Ro. 1.9. Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, * the adoption of children by Je- 18. Ga. 4.5. Phi, 1, 3, 4. mmny give unto vou the spirit of sus Christ to himself, according
1 Jo. 3. 1. Col. 1. 3. 1 wisdom and revelation in the to the good pleasure of his will,
Mat. 1.20. Th. 1. 2. 2 knowledge of him:
Lu. 12. 32. Thi. . 3. 6 To the praise of the glory of
18 * The eyes of your under
1 Co. 1.21.1 John 20. his grace, m wherein he hath
standing being enlightened; that
ver. 9. 17. made us accepted in " the Be m Ro 3.24. m Col. 1.9.
ye may know what is the hope loved :
& 5. 15. Or, of his calling, and what the riches 7 in whom we have redemp n Mat. 3. for the of the glory of his Pinheritance tion through his blood, the for
17. & 17.5. acknw in the saints, giveness of sins, according to
John 3. 35 led ginen!. 19 And what is the exceeding
& 10. 17. Col. 2. 2. Pihe riches of his grace;
greatness of his power to us-ward
o Ac.20.29.n Ac. 26. 8 W erein he hath abounded
who believe, according to the
Ro. 3. 21. Is. toward us in all wisdom and pru- Col. 1. 11 och 2. 12.
working tot his mighty power, depre;
He. 9. 12. & 4. 4.
2) Which he wrought in Christ, 9 Having marle known imto us 1 Pe. 1, 18, p ver. 11. when the raised hin from the the mystery of his will, according 19. Re.5.9. ch. 3. 7. dead, and set him at his own to his good pleasure, which he
p Ro. 2. 4. Col. 1. 29. right hand in the heavenly places, hath purposed in himselt:
&3.21.&9 & 2. 12.
21 Far above all u principality, 10 That in the dispensation of
23. ch. 2.7. 7 Gr. of W
and power, and might, and doM in the dispensation & 3. 8, 16. the might the fulness of times he might Phi. 4 19. of his
minion, and every name that is gather together in one u all things Ro.16.2). power.
named, not only in this world, in Christ, both which are in theav.ch. 3. 4, 9.Ac. 2. 21. but also in that which is to come: Col. 1. 20. ch.9. 11. 2 TL 1. 9. & Ga. 4. 4. He. 33.
122 And hath put all things un1.2. & 9. 10. I Pe. 1. 20. 11 Co. 3. 22, 23. & 11. 3. S Ps. 110. 1. Ac. 7. 55, 56. Col.3.). He. 1.3. & 10. 12 ch. 2. 15, 3, 16, 4 Phí, 2, 9, 10. Col. 1. 20. Phi. 2. 9, 10, Col. 2. 10. Hà.1.4. Ro. 8. 38. Col.116. 1 Or. the heavens
& 2. 15. Ps. 8. 6. Mat. 28. 18. & Co. 15. n. He.2.8. 186