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The effects of grace.

CHAP. II, m.

Salvation of the Gentiles. der his feet, and gave him v to be A. D. 61. A. D. 64.1 14 Forf he is our peace, & who the head over all things to the

hath made both one, and liath church,

y ch. 4. 15,1 / Mi, 5. 5.

broken down the middle wall of 23. Which is his body, a the

16. Col. 1. John 16.33. fulness of him

18. He.2.7. Ac. 10. 36.

partition between us, that filleth all in Ro. 12.5.Ro. 5. 1.

15 A Having abolished in his all. I.

| 1 Co.12.12. Col. 1. 20. fesh the enmity, even the law of . CHAP. II.

a.ch.4.12. & John 10. commandments contained in or1 By comparing what we were bu 3 na- & 5. 23, 30. 16. Ga. 3.

dinances: for to make in himself ture, with what we are 5 by grace : 10

of twain one knew man, so mak. he declareth, that we are made for 24.

Th Col.2.14,

a Col.2.10. 20. good works; and 13 being brought

ng peace; near by Christ, should not live as 11 biCo.12.6. i Col. 1.22.

16 And that he might I reconGentiles, and 12 fureigners in time ch. 4. 10.A2C0.5.17.

cile both unto God in one body by past, but as 19 citizens with the saints, i Col. 3. u. Ga. 6. 15. the cross,m having slain the enand the family of God.

a John 5 ch. 4. 24. mity thereby: ANI) you hath he quickened,

24. Col. 2. 1 Col. 1.20, 17 And came n and preached 13.

21, 22.' 1 o who were dead in trespass-over. 5.ch. Im Ro. 6.6.

peace to you which were atar off, es and sins;

and to them that were nigh.

4. 18. & 8.3. Col. 2 c Wherein in time past ye c 1Co.6.11.2 14,

18 For P through him we both walked according to the course ch. 4. 22. Or,

have access by one Spirit 11of this world, according to d the Col.1.21.& in hims to the Father. prince of the power of the air. 3.7.1 Jo.5. in 16. 67.19. 1 19 Now therefore ye are no more The spirit that now worketh in

19.
Zec. 9. 10.

strangers and foreigners, but fel

d ch. 6. 12. Ac. 2.39.& the children of disobedience :

low-citizens with the saints, and

ech. 5. 6. 10. 36. Ro. 3 f Among whom also we all

of sthe household of God:

Col. 3. 6. 5.1. ver.13, bad our conversation in times past f Tit. 3. 3. 14.

20 And are built u upon the in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling 1 Pe. 4. 3. o Ps. 148.

foundation of the apostles and t the desires of the flesh and of & Ga. 5.16. 14.

prophets, Jesus Christ himself bethe mind; and I were by nature

+ Gr. p John 10. ing y the chief corner-stone: the children of wrath, even as

the wills. 9. & 11. 6. 21 In whom all the building

h Ps. 51. 5. Ro.5.2. ch. others.

fitly framed together, groweth

Ro. 5. 12, 3.12. He, 4. 4 But God, i who is rich in mer

unto dan holy temple in the Lord: 14.

16.&10.19, cy, for his great love wherewith i Ro. 10.12.20. 1 Pe. 3.

22 6 In whom ye also are buildhe loved us,

ch.1.7.ver. 18.

ed together, for an habitation of 5 Even when we were dead in

1q 1 Co. 12. God through the Spirit, sins, hath I quickened us together A Ro.5.6,8, 13, ch. 4.4.

CHAP. III. with Christ; (I by grace ye are

10. ver. 1.1r Phi.3.2.

5 The kidden mystery, 6 that the Gensaved :)

I Ro. 6.4,5. He. 12. 22

tiles should be saved, 3 was marle 6 And hath raised us up togeth

Col. 2. 12, 23.

known to Paul by revelation : 8 and

13.& 3.1,3,3 Ga. 6.10. er, and made us sit together min

to him was that grace given, that 9 ho Or,

ch. 3. 15. heavenly places, in Christ Jesus:

should preach it. 13 He desireth them | by whoset 1 Co. 3.9,

not to faint for his tribulation, 14 and 7. That in the ages to come he grace:

10 ch.4.12.

prayeth 19 that they may perceive the night shew the exceeding riches See Ac.15.1 Pe.2.1,6.

sreal love of Christ toward them. of his grace in n his kindness to 11. ver. 8. u Mat. 16. ward us, through Christ Jesus..

Tit. 3. 5.

FOR this cause, I Paul, a the 18. Ga.2.9.

m ch. 1.20. Re, 21. 14. I 8 o For by grace are ye saved,

prisoner of Jesus Christ bfor

n Tit. 3. 4. 1 Co. 12. you Gentiles, P through faith ; and that not

0 ver.5.Ro.125.ch.411. 2 If ye have heard of cthe disof yourselves : 4 it is the gift of

3. 24. 2 Ti. y Ps. 118.

pensation of the grace of God God:

1.9.
22. Is. S.

which is given me to you-ward: 9 Not of works, lest any man pR9.4.16. 16. Mat.21.

3. How that f by revelation & he should boast.

9 Mat. 16. 42. 10 For we are his workman

made known unto me the myste17. John 6. z ch. 4. 15,

ry, | 44, B5, Ro.1 16.

as I wrote ship, created in Christ Jesus unto

afore in few good works,

words;
10, 14, 15. a 1Co.3.17.
which God hath

17.ch.i.10.

1 6. 19. 2 4 Whereby, when ye read, ye before ordained that we should

Phi. 1. 29.JCo. 6. 16. 1

may understand my knowledge walk in them.

r Ro. 3. 20.51 Pe. 2.5.

i in the mystery of Christ, 11 Where tore u remember, that

27, 28. & 4.2 Ac.21.33.

5. Which in other ages was not ye being in time past Gentiles in 2.& 9.11.& & 28.17,20.

11.6.1 Co. ch.4.1. &6. the flesh who are called Uncir

made known unto the sons of cumcision by that which is called 1 29,30,31. 20. Phil. men, las it is now revealed unto

his holy a postles and prophets by #the Circumcision in

2 Ti. 1. 9. 7, 13, 14, 16. the fiesh

Tit. 3. 5. Col.4.3,18, the Spirit; made by hands;

s De. 32.6.2 Ti, 1.8.&

6 That the Gentiles m should be 12 y That at that time ye were

Ps. 100. 3. 2. 9. Phi: 1

fellow-heirs, and nof the same without Christ, being aliens Is 19.26.& lem. 1. 9.

body, and partakers of his proinfrom the commonwealth of Is 29.23.&44. Ga. 5, II.

ise in Christ by the gospel : rael, and strangers from a the 21. John 3. Col. 1. 24. covenants of promise, b having

7 p Whereof I was made a min

3,5. 1Co.3. 2 Ti. 2. 10. no hope, and without God in the

ister, according to the gift of the 9.2 C0.5.5, c Ro.1.5.&

17.ch.21 world:

grace of God given unto me by

1.13, 1Co. 18 13 d But now, in Christ Jesus,

Tit. 2. 14. 4.1.ch.4.1. * the effectual working of his

I ch. 1. 4. Col. 1. 25. power. ye, who sometimes were e far off,

Or, la Ac. 9. 15. & 13.2. Ro. 12. 3. Ga. 1. 16. ver. 8. are made nigh by the blood of prepared. le Ac. 22. 17, 21. & 26. 17. 18. Ga. 1. 12. & Ro. 16. 25. Christ.

u 1 Co. 12. Col. 1. 26, 27. h ch. 1. 9, 10. Or, a little de fure. 2. ch. 5. 8. Col. 1. 21. & 2. 13. Ro. 2. 29, 29. Col.2. i 1 Co. 4. 1. ch. 6. 19. k Ac. 10. 28. Ro. 16. 25. ver. 11. ych. 4. 18. Col. 1. 31. See Ez. 13. 9. John 9. I ch. 2. 20. m Ga. 3. 28, 29. ch. 2. 14. n ch. 2. 16, 13. 10. a Ro. 9. 4, 8. 1 Th. 4. 18. c Ga. 4. 8. 16. Ga. 3. 14. p Ro. 15. 16. Col. 1. 29, 25. RJ. 1 Th. 4. 6. Ga. 3. 28. 6 Ac. 2. 30. ver. 17. li. 5. Ro. 16. 18. ch. 1. 19. Col. 1. 29.

Exhortations to

EPHESIANS.

unity, holiness, and 8 Unto me, who am less than A. D. 64. A. D. 4. ! 5 One Lord, i one faith, hone the least of all saints, is this grace

baptisin,

s1Co.15.9. 1Co 1.13. given, that I should preach

| 67 One God and Father of all,

1 Ti. 1. 13, & 8.6.& 12. among the Gentiles uthe un-15.

who is above all, and through searchable riches of Christ; 1 Ga. l. 16. i Jude 9. all, and in you all. 9 And to make all men see what

7 But nunto every one of us is is the fellowship of the mystery, 1 2.7.2 Ti.l. k Ga. 3.27, 1 given grace according to the ywhich from the beginning of the 11.

23. He.6.8. measure ot' the gift of Christ. world hath been hidin Gud, 2 wliouch. 1. 7. Mal.2.10. 8 Wherefore he saith,. When he created all things by Jesus Christ. Col. 1. 27. 1 Co.8.6.&

ascended up on high, Phe leu 10 . To the intent that now bun

ver.3.ch. 12. 6.
1. 9.
m Ro. 11.

i captivity captive, and gave gifts to the principalities and powers

y Ro.16.25. 36.

unto men. in heavenly places might be ver.5, Co. n Ro. 12.3, 91 Now that he ascended, what Known by the church the mani- | 2. 7. Col. 1. 6. 1 Co. 12. is it but that he also descended foli wisdom of God,

26.
11.

first into the lower parts of the 11 d According to the eternal

- Ps. 33.6. Ps.08.16. earth? purpose which he purposed in

John 1.3 p Ju.5. 12. 10 He that descended is the same

Col. 1. 16. Col. 2. 15. Christ Jesus our Lord :

He. 1. 2

also that ascended up far above

1 Or, a 12 In whom we have boldness

al Pe. 1. 12. inultitude

all heavens, Sthat he might fill and e accessf with confidence by b Ro. 8.58, of captives.

all things. the faith of him.

ch. 1. 21. 9 John 3. 11 And he gave some, apostles; 13 3 Wherefore I desire that ye Col. 1. 16. 13. & 6.33, and some, prophets; and some, faint not at my tribulations for 1 Pe. 3. 22. 62.

Uevangelists; and some, *postors you, iwhich is your glory.

cl Co. 2.7. Ac. 1.9, and yieachers; 14 For this cause I bow my knees

i Ti, 3. 16. 11. 1 Ti.3.

12 : For the perfecting of the

deh. 1. 9. 16. He. 4. unto the Father of our Lord Je

• eh. 2. 18. 14.& 7.26.

saints, for the work of the minissus Christ,

He 4.16. & 8.1. & 9.

try, for the editying of the 15 Of whom the whole family & Ac. 14.22. 24.

body of Christ : in heaven and earth is named, Phi. 1. 14.5 Ac... .

13 Till we all come in the unity 16 That he would grant you, Th. 3. 3. ) Or, of the faith, cand of the knowI according to the riches of his ver. 1. fulfil.

ledge of the Son of God, nnto da

ih i 2 Co. 1.6.1 i Co. 12. alory, m to be strengthened with

perfect mari, unto the measure of

ach. 1. 10. 28.ch.2.20. might by his Spirit in n the inner Phi.2.9,10, Ac. 21.8.

ihe stature of the fulness of man;

Il.
2 Ti. 4. 5.

Christ: 17 . That Christ may dwell in Ro. 9. 2. 1 Ac. 20.

14 That we henceforth be no your hearts by faith; that ye, ch.1.7.Phi. 28.

more echildren, ftossed to and p being rooted and grounded in 4.19.Col.l. y Ro. 12. 7. fro, and carried about with every love,

27.

Co.12.7. 6 wind of doctrine, by the sleight 18 May be able to comprehend

of men, and cunning craftiness,

Col. 1. 11. 26. with all saints I what is the

1o whereby tbey lie in wait to de

* Ro.7. 22. ch. 1. 23. breadth, and length, and depth,

ceive:

2 Co. 4. 16. Col. 1. 21. and height;

115 But if speaking the truth in

Or, into

o John 14. 19 And to know the love of

23.ch.2.22. the unity love, *may grow up into him in Christ, which passeth knowledge, Col.j.93.1Co). 2. 3. all things, which is the head. that ye might be filled with all & 2. 7. d 1 Co. 14.

even Christ : the fulness of God.

16 m From whom the whole body 20 Now unto him that is able

Ro. 10.3,

fitly joined together and com

Or, age. to do exceeding abundantly a- 11, 12. Is. 28. 9.

pacted by that which every joint bove all that we ask or think, s John 11 Co.14.20.

supplieth, according to the efaccording to the power that16.ch.1.23. He 13.9. fectual working in the measure worketh in us,

Col. 2,9,10. Mat. ll. of every part, maketh increase of 21 y Uuto him be glory in the Ro.36.25. 7.

the body unto the edifying of itchurch by Christ Jesus through Jude 24. A Ro.16 18. self in love. out all ages, world without end. I u 1 Co. 2.9. 2 Co. 2. 17. 17 This I say therefore, and tesAmen.

* Ver. 7 i Zec.8.16.

tify in the Lord, that n ye henceCHAP. IV.

Col. ). 29 ? Co. 4. 2.

forth walk not as other Gentiles 1 He exhorteth to unity, 7 and declarela Ro.11.36.

Jo. 3. 18.

walk, jn tbe vanity of their thal God therefore giveth divers 11 & 16. 27.

mind, gifts unto men, that his church might

being sin. 18 pHaving the understanding de 13 edified, and 36 grown up in lach. 3. 1.

darkened, being alienated from Christ. 18 He calleth them from the Philem. I,

Philem. 1, A eh. 1. 22. impurity of the Gentiles, 24 to put on

the life of God through the igno

& 2. 21. the new man, %5 to cast off lying,

rance that is in them, because of and 23 corrupt communication. the Lurd.

ther blindness of their heart:

m Col. 2 T THEREFORE, 4 the prison- Phi,1.27. 19.

| 19 s Who, being past feeling, er of the Lord, beseech you Col. 1. 10. In ch.2.1.2. have given themselves over unto that ye o walk worthy of the vo- | 1 Th.2. 12. 3. ver. 22. lasciviousness, to work all uncation where with ye are called, c Ac. 20.19. Col. 3. 7.1 cleanness with greediness.

2 c With all lowliness and meek- Ga. 5. 22, Pe. 4. 3. 20 But ye have not so learned ness, with long-suffering, forbear

23. Col. 3. Ro. 1.21. Christ; ing one another in love;

| 12, 13. p Ac.26.18. 21 ulf so be that ye have beard 3 Endeavouring to keep the

d Col.3.14.19 ch. 2. 12. bim, and have been taught by unity of the Spirit d in the bond

e Ro. 12. 5. Ga. 4.8.1 him, as the truth is in Jesus:

Co.12.12, Th. 4. 5. 22 That ye put off concerning of peace.

13.ch.2.16. Ro. 1.21.1 4.There is one body, and fone Co. 12. Or, hardness. iTi. 4.2. Ro. 1. 34, 20. "re. Spirit, even as ye are called in 4, 11, 14. 3. ch. 1. 13. & Col. 2. 11. & 3, 8, 9. He. 12. onte & hope of your calling;

ch. 1. 18.li. Pe, 2.1.

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mutual kindness.

CHAP. V. Duties of husbands, wives, 8c. y tbe former conversation #the old A. D. 64. | A. D. 64. I vain words: for because of these man, which is corrupt according

things n cometh the wrath of God to the deceitful lusts;

y ch. 2. 2, R Ro. 1.18.
3. ver. 17. o ch. 2. 2.

• upon the children of disobedi23 And a be renewed in the

Col. 3. 7. 1 u Or,

ence. spirit of your mind;

Pe. 4. 3. unbelief, 7 Be not ye therefore partakers 24 And that ye bput on the new * Ro. 6. 6. Col. 3. 6. with them. man, which after God cis created a Ro. 12.2. p Is. 9. 2. 8 p For ye were sometime darkin righteousness and true holi Col. 3. 10. Mat. 4, 16. ness, but now are ye light in the ness.

b Ro. 6. 4. Ac. 26. 18. Lord : walk as a children of light; 25 Wherefore putting away ly

2 Co.5. 17. Ro, 1, 21.

9 (For sthe fruit of the Spirit is ing, dspeak every man truth with

Ga, 6. 16. ch.2.11,12.
ch. 6. 11. &4.18. Tit.

in all goodness, and righteous. his neighbour: for & we are mem

Col. 3, 10. 3.3. 1Pe.2.

ness, and truth ;) bers one of another.

ceh. 2. 10. 9.

10 i Proving what is acceptable 26 Be ye angry, and sin not: # Or, John 8. unto the Lord. let not the sun go down upon holiness i2. & 12.4, 11 And u have no fellowship your wrath:

of truth. 6. 2 Co. 3. with the unfruitful works of 27 & Neither give place to the

d Zec. 8. 18. & 4. 6.

darkness, but rather y reprove

darkness but rather devil.

16. ver. 15. 1 Th. 5. 5.

them. 28 Let him that stole, steal no

Col. 3. 9. 1 Jo. 2. 9.
e Ro, 12.5. r Lu. 16.8.

12 For it is a shame even to more: but rather he let him labour,

f Ps. 4. 4. John12 36.

speak of those things which are working with his hands the thing & 37.8. Ga. 5.22.

done of them in secret. which is good, that he may have 82C0.2.10, t Ro, 12.2. 13 But a all things that are re

to give i to him that needeth. 11. Ja. 4.7. Phil. 10 proved, are made manifest by the 29 Let no corrupt communica 1 Pe. 5. 9. 1 Th. 5.21, light: for whatsoever doth make tion proceed out of your mouth,

h Ac.20.35. 1 Ti. 2. 3.

manifest is light. but that which is good li to the

1Th. 4.11, u 1Co. 5,9,

14 Wherefore he saith, A

2 Th. 3, 8, 11.&10.20. use of edifying, mi that it may

11, 122 Co. 6.14.

wake, thou that sleepest, and minister grace unto the hearers.

1. Or, to 12 Th. 3. 6, Carise from the dead, and Christ 30 And n grieve not the Holy

| distribute. 14.

shall give thee light. Spirit of God, whereby ye are i Lu.3. 11. * Ro. 6.21. 15 d See then that ye walk cirsealed unto the day of Precleinp * Mat. 12. & 13. 12.

cumspectly, not as fools, but as tion.

36. ch, 5.4. Ga, 6.8.

wise, 31 I Let all bitterness, and

Col. 3, 8. y Le.19.17.

16 e Redeeming the time, bewrath, and anger, and clamour,

I Col. 4, 6.1 Ti. 6. 20.

cause the days are evil.

1 Th.5.11. Ro. 1. 24, and revil-speaking, be put away

# Or, 26. ver. 3.

17 & Wherefore be ye not unfrom you, s with all malice:

to edify a John 3.

wise, but understanding i what 32 Anal + be ye kind one to an profitably. 20, 21. He. the will of the Lord is. other, tender-hearted, u forgiving m Col. 3. 4. 13.

18 And Abe not drunk with one another, even as God for 16.

Or, wine, wherein is excess; but be Christ's sake hath forgiven you.

n Is. 7. 13. discovered.

filled with the Spirit;" :

& 63. 10. Or, it..
CHAP. V.
Ez. 16. 43. Is. 60. 1.

19 Speaking to yourselves lin 9 After general exhortations, to love, 3 to 1 i Th. 5.19. Ro. 13. 11,

psalms, and hymns, and spiritual fiy fornication, 4 and all uncleanness, lo ch.. 13. 12. 1Co.15.

songs, singing and making melo. 7 not to converse with the wicked, 15 top Lu.21.28. 34. 1 Th.5. dy in your heart to the Lord, walk warily, and to be 18 filled with Ro. 8. 23.6.

20 m Giving thanks always for the Spirit, 22 he descendeth to the ch. 1. 14. c John 6. I all things unto God and the Faparticular duties, how wives ought to Col. 3, 8, 25. Ro.6.4,

ther, nin the name of our Lord obey their husbands, 25 and husbands 19.

5. ch. 2. 5.

Jesus Christ; ought to love their wives, 32 even as r Tit. 3. 2. Col. 3, 1, Christ doth his church.

21 Submitting yourselves one

Ja. 4. 11. 1 d Col. 4. 5. PE a ye therefore followers of

Pe. 2. 1.

to another in the fear of God.

Col. 4. 5. D God as dear children;

3 Tit. 3. 3. Ga. 6. 10. 22 P Wives, submit yourselves

200.2.10.15 Ec. 11.2. unto your own husbands, I as 2 And walk in love, cas Christ

Col. 3. 12. & 12.1.

unto the Lord. also hath loved us, and hath given

13.
*** John12.35.

23 For the husband is the head himself for us an offering and a

u Mat. 6.ch. 6. 15.

of the wife, even as Christ is the sacrifice to God d for a sweet 14 Ma. 11. & Col. 4.5.

head of the church: and he is the smelling savour.

25.
h Ro. 12. 2.

Saviour of the body. 3 But e fornication, and all un

& Mat. 5. Il Th.4.3.

24 Therefore as the church is cleanness, or covetousness, flet it

45, 48. Lu.& 5. 18. not be once named among you, as

subject unto Christ, so let the 6.36. ch. 4./k Pr. 20.).

"& 23.29,30. wives be to their own husbands becometh saints;

u in every thing. 4. Neither filthiness, nor foolish

34. 15.12. Lu. 21. 34.

25 Husbands, love your wives, talking, nor jesting, h which are 1 Th. 4. 9. 1 Ac.16.23.

even as Christ also loved the not convenient: but rather giv 1 Jo.3. 11, 1 Co.14.26.

church, and y gave himself for it; ing of thanks.

23. & 4.21. Col. 3. 16.

26 That he might sanctify and 5 For this ye know, that ino c Ga. 1. 4. Ja, 5. 13.

cleanse it with the washing of

& 2.20.He. m Ps. 34.1. whoremonger, nor unclean person, nor covetons man, who is

7. 27. & 9. Is. 63. 1. water s by the word, an idolater, I hath any inherit

14,20.& 10. Col. 3. 17.1 27 6 That he might present it to

10,12, 1 Jo. 1 Th. 5.18. himself a glorious church, cnot ance in the kingdoin of Christ and

3, 16. 12 Th. 1. 3. n He 13. 15. TP. 2, 5, & 4. 11. 6 Phi, of God.

1 d Ge. 8.21. 2. 3. 1 Pe. 5.5. Gu. 3. 16. 1 Co. 11.31. Col. 3. 18. 6 m Let no man deceive you with Le. 1. 9. 9 Tit. 2. 5. 1 Pe. 3. 1. q ch. 6. 5. r 1 Co. 11, 3.sch. Co. 2. 15. & Ro, 6.13. 1 Co. 6. 18. 2 Co. 12. 21. ch. 4. 1. 22. & 4. 15. Col. 1. 18. I ch. 1. 23. u Col.3.20, 22. 19, 20. Col. 3. 5. 1 Th. 4.3, &c. f I Co. 5.1. & Mat. Tit. 2. 9. Col. 3. 19. 1 Pe. 3. 7. y Ac. 20. 28. Ga, 12. 35. ch. 4. 23. h Ro. 1.28, il Co.6. 9. Ga. 5. 19, 21. 1.4. 2. 20. ver. 2. * John 3. 5. Tit. 3. 5. He. 20. A Col. 3. 6. 1 Ti.6. 17. / Ga.6.21. Re, 22. 15. m Je. 22. 1 Jo. 5. 6. a John 15. 3. & 17. 17. 6 2 Co. 11.2 20. 8. Mat. 24. 4. Col. 2. 4, 8, 18. 2 Th. 2. 3. I Col. 1. 22. o Cant. 4. 7.

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Duties of parents, children, &c. EPHESIANS.

The Christian warfare. having spot or wrinkle, or any A. D. 64. | A. D. 64. 1° neither is there respect of per. such thing; dbut that it should

sons with him.

d ch, 1. 4. Ro.2 11. be holy and without blemish.

| 10 Finally, my brethren, be

Col. 3. 25. 28 So ought men to love their

pch. 1. 19.

strong in the Lord, and pin the wives, as their own bodies. He

&3.16.Col.

power of his might. that loveth his wife loveth him

1. 11.

11. Put on the whole armour of self.

Ro.13.12. God, that ye may be able to stand 29 For no man ever yet hated

2 Co. 6, 7. against the wiles of the devil. his own flesh; but nourisheth and

ver. 13. 11 12 For we wrestle not against

Ge, 2 23. Th. 5.8. cherisheth it, even as the Lord

Ro. 12. 5. + Gr.

ir flesh and blood, but against the church :

1 Co. 6. 16. blood and

| principalities, against powers, 30 For we are members of his & 12. 27. flesh,

against the rulers of the dark body, of his flesh, and of his Ge. 2.24. Mat. 16. ness of this world, against spir. bones.

Mat. 19. 5. 17. 1Co.16. itual wickedness in high planos. 31 S For this cause shall a man Ma. 10.7,8.50.

13 u Wherefore take into you leave his father and mother, and

g1C0.6.16.ch. 1. 21.

s Ro. 8. 38. the whole armour of God, that ye shall be joined unto his wife, and

may be able to withstand in the

h ver. 25. Col. 2. 15. they two shall be one flesh.

Col. 3 19.

evil day, and having done all, to

Lu.22.53. 32 This is a great mystery: but

stand. I speak concerning Christ and the

& 14. 30.

14 Stand therefore, y having church.

a Pr.23.22. ch.2.2. Col.

your loins girt about with truth, 33 Nevertheless, "let every one

Col. 3. 20. 1. 13. and having on the breast-plate of you in particular so love his Ex. 20.12. Or, wick of righteousness; wile even as himself: and the

De. 5.16.& ed spirits 15 And your 'feet shod with

27. 16. Je, 1 Or, wite see that she i reverence her

the preparation of the gospel of

35. 18. Ez. heavenly, husband.

peace;

22. 7. Mal. as ch.1 3. CHAP. VÌ.

1. 6. Mat. t 2 Co. 10.

116 Above all, taking the shield 1 The duty of children towards their 15.4.Ma.7. 4. ver. 11. of faith, where with ye shall be

parents, 5 of servants towards their 10. I ch.5. 16. | able to quench all the tiery darts masters. 10 Our life is a toarfare, 12 Col.3.21. Or, har of the wicked. not only against flesh and blood, but

*ing over 17 And ctake the helmet of salalso spiritual enemies, 13 The com

d Ge.18.19. come all. 1

vation, and

De. 4.9. &'y Is. 11. 5. plete armour of a Christian, 18 and

the sword of the

Spirit, which is the word of Goul: how it ought to be used.

6. 7, 20. & Lu 12. 35.

21 Tychicus is commended.

11. 19. Ps. 1 Pe. 1. 13.

18 e Praying always with all 78.4.Pr.19. - Is.59.17.

prayer and supplication in the CHILDREN, a obey your pa- 18.& 22.6.2 Co. 6. 7. Spirit, and switching thereunto

rents in the Lord : for this is & 29. 17. || Th. 5. 8, with all perseverance and 6 supright.

e Col.3.22. a Is. 52. 7. plication for all saints;

plication for all sain 2 Honour thy father and mo

1 Ti. 6. 1. Ro. 10. 15.

19 h And for me, that utterance ther, (which is the first command Tit. 2. 9. 101 Jo, 6.4.

may be given unto me, that Inay ment with promise, )

Pe. 2. 18. c Is. 59.17.

open my mouth i boldly, to make 3 That it may be well with thee,

known the mystery of the gospel,

* d He. 4.12. and thou mayest live long on the 15, Phi. 2.

Re. 1.16.&

20 For which I am an ainbasearth.

2. 16. & 19. sador / lin bonis: that therein 4 And, ye fathers, provokel Ch29. 13.

m I may speak boldly, as lought not your children to wrath: but 17. Col. 3. e Lu. 18. 1. to speak. d bring them up in the nurture 22.

Ro. 12. 12.

21 But n that ye also may know and admonition of the Lord. n Col.3.22. Col. 4. 2. 1

my atlairs, and how I do, o Tv5 Servants, be obedient to them

Th. 5. 17.

chicus, a beloved brother and that are your masters according

41. Ma. 13.

faithful minister in the Lord, shall to the Hesh, f with fear and trem 2 Co, 5. 10.

make known to you all things : bling, in singleness of your Col. 3. 21.

| 22 p Whom I have sent unto heart, as unto Christ;

}(a. 3,23. Phi. 1.4.1 you for the same purpose, that ye 6 Not with eye-service, as Col. 3. 11. Ti. 2. 1. might know our ailairs, and that inen-pleasers; but as the ser I Col. 4. 1. h Ac. 4.29.

he night comfort your hearts. vants of Christ, doing the will of Or. med. Col. 4. 3. 2

| 23 Peace be to the brethren, God from the heart;

erating.
Th, 31.

and love with faith from God the 7 With good will doing service,

112 C0.3.12. m Le. 25.

Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. as to the Lord, and not to men:

A2C0.5.20. 43.

24 Grace be with all them that 8 i Knowing that whatsoever

1 Ac 26.29. | Some

love our Lord Jesus Christ in good thing any man doeth, the

A 25. 20. read, both ch.3.1. Phi.

sincerity. Amen. rame shall be receive of the Lord,

your and 1.7. 13. 14. Written from Rome into the kwhether he be bond or free.

their Mas. 2 Ti. 1. 16. Ephesians, by Tychicus. 9 And, yel masters, do the same ter. & 2.9. Philem. 10. Or, in a chain. Or, ther cof lungs unto them, in forbear-I n John 13. m Ac. 28. 31. Phi. 1. 20. 1 Th. 2. 2. col. 4. 7 ing threatening: knowing that 13. 1 Co.7. O Ac. 20. 4. 2 Ti. 4. 12. Tit. 3. 12. p Col. 4.6. 71 Pe. Iyour Master also is in heaven; 1 22. 15. 14. Tit. 2. 7. Or, with incorruption.

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Mat. 26.

i Ro. 2. 6.

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9 THE EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE,

то

THE PHILIPPIANS.

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CHAP. I.

| A. D. 64. / A.D. 64.1 15 Some indeed preach Christ 9 BA testifieth his thankfulness to God, al Co.1.2. lu ch. 2. 3.

even of envy and ustrife; am and his love toward them, for the Ro. 1.7.

some also of good will. Jruits of their faith, and fellowship

2 Co. 1. 2.

16 The one preach Christ of in his sufferings, 9 daily praying to I Pe. 1. 2.

contention, not sincerely, suproshim for their increase in grace: 12

| a Ro.1.8,9.|.

ing to add a fiction to my bonds: he sheweth what goud the faith of

17 But the other of love, knowChrist had received by his troubles at

Ep.1.15, 16. ver. 1. ing that I am set for the defence Rome, 21 and how ready he is to glo.

Col. 1. 3. 1 ruty Christ either by his life or death, Th. 1 2. 2

of the gospel. 27 eshorting them to unity, 28 and Th. 1.3.

18 What then ? notwithstandto fortitute in persecution.

Or,

ing, every way, whether in prePAUL and Timotheus, the ser- mention.

tence or in truth, Christ is preach1

ed; and I thereiu do rejoice, yea, vants of Jesus Christ, to all

d Ro.12.13. the saints in Christ Jesus which

& 15. 26.

and will rejoice.

| 2 Co. 8. 1. are al Philippi, with the bishops

19 For 1'know that this shall ch.4.14,15. y2Co.111.

turn to my salvation y through and deacons :

6 John 6.1 2 Grace be unto you, and peace,

your prayer, and the supply of

29. 1 Th.l. Ro . 9. from God our Father, and from 3.

the Spirit of Jesus Christ, the Lord Jesus Christ.

Or, will a Ro.8.19. 20 According to iny a earnest 3 cl thank my God upon every finish it.

expectation, and my hope, that I remembrance of you,

ver. 10. 6 Ro. 5. 5. bir nothing I shall be ashamed, 4 Always in every prayer of mine

Or, ye lc Ep.6. 19,

but that c with all boldness, as

I have me in 20. for you all making request with

always, 80 now also, Christ shall your heart.

be magnified in my body, wheth

& 2 Co.3.2. 5 d For your fellowship in the & 7. 3.

er it be by lite, or by death. gospel from the first day until Ep. 3. 1. .

21 For io me to live is Christ, Dow;

26.20. Col.

and to die is gain.. 6 Being confident of this very

4.3,18.2Ti.

22 But if I live in the flesh, this 1.8.

is the fruit of iny labour : yet thing, that he which hath begun

!i ver. 17.

what I shall choose I wot not. e a good work in you, will per

ch. 4. 14. d 2 Co.5.8. 23 For dI am in a strait betwixt form it f until the day of Jesus

1. Or, Christ:

e 2 Ti. 4.6. two, having a desire to e depart, partakers

and to be with Christ; which is 7 Even as it is meet for me to

with me of think this of you all, because I

far better:

grace. have you in my heart; inas-Ro.1.9.&

24 Nevertheless, to abide in the

flesh is more needful for you. much as both in my bonds, and 9.1. Ga. 1.

2.21.

sch

1 20.1 Th. 2.JC in i the defence and confirmation

25 And Shaving this confidence, of the gospel, ye all are il parta

5.

I know that I shall abide and kers of my grace.

mch. 2.26.

continue with you all for your 8 For God is my record, mhow

& 4. 1.

furtherance and joy of faith;

ni Th. 3. 2Co.1.14. 26 That & your rejoicing may be greatly I long after you all in the

12. Phibowels of Jesus Christ.

5. 12. more abundant in Jesus Christ for

lem. 6. 9 And this I pray, n that your

me by my coming to you again.

Or, love may abound yet more and

A Ep. 4. 1. 27 Only h let your conversation

sense. more in knowledge and in all

Col. 1. 10. be as it becometh the gospel of

Ro. 2.18. 1 Th. 2.12. Christ : that whether I come and judgment;

& 12.2. Ep. & 4. 1. 10 That o ye may approve 6. 10.

see you, or else be absent, I may things that are excellent; P that

hear of your affairs, 2 that ye stand

Or, try. ich. 4. 1. ye may be sincere and without

x 1Co.1.10.

fast in one spirit, with one mind offence 9 till the day of Christ;

I striving together for the faith of

differ. i Jude 3. I Being filled with the fruits of

the gospel;

Ac.24.16. righteousness, which are by Je 1 Th. 3.13.

28 And in nothing terrified by sus Christ, sunto the glory and & 5. 23. m 2Th.1.5.

your adversaries: m which is to praise of God.

91 Co.1.8.

them an evident token of perdi12 But I would ye should un John 15. n Ro. 8.17. tion, n but to you of salvation, derstand, brethren, that the things 4, 5. Ep. 2. 2 Ti. 2. 11. and that of God. which happened unto me have

29 For unto you oit is given in fallen out rather unto the further

• John 15. Ro. 5. 3.

the behalf of Christ, P not only to ance of the gospel;

believe on him, but also to suffer

14. 13 So that my bonds in Christ

for his sake; are manifest in all

Or, for lo Col. 2. 1. the palace,

30 4 Having the same conflict

Christ. and in all other places ;

which ye sa w in me, and cow 14 And many of the brethren in 10r.c &c.l Th.2. hear to be in me. the Lord, waxing confident by my sar's court.

CHAP. II. bonds, are much more bold to 'Or, to

1 He exhorteth them to unity, and to speak the word without fear. all others.

all humskeness of mind, by tho

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