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Paul exhorteth to unity.
PHILIPPIANS. He hopeth to send Timothy. ple of Christ's humility and exalta | A. D. 64. A. D. 64. | 18 For the same cause also do tion : 12 to a careful proceeding in the
ye joy, and rejoice with me. way of salvation, that they be as lights a 2 Co. 13. Or
19 (But I trust in the Lord Jeto the wicked world, 16 and comforts
6 Col.3.12 to him their apostle, who is now ready
sus to send * Timotheus shortly to be offered up to God. 19 He hopeth John 8. k Ro.16.21. unto you, that I also may be of to send Timothy to them, whom he 29.
1 Th. 3. 2. good confort, when I know your greatly com mendeth, 25 as Epaphro. d Ro.12.16.
state. ditus also, whom he presently sendeth & 15. 5. 1 ? Ps. 65.13. 20 For I have no man I like- to them.
minded, who will naturally care
Co. 13. 11. JF there be therefore any consola
for your state.
ch.1. 27.& Ition in Christ, if any comfort
21 For all m seek their own, not
3.16.& 4.2.1 of love, a if any fellowship of the 1 Pe. 3. 8. m 1 Co. 10.
the things which are Jesus Spirit, if any obowels and mercies, e Ga. 5.26. 24,33.& 13. Christ's.
ic Fulfil ve my joy, d that ye bé ch.1.15,16.5.2Ti.4.20, 22 But ye know the proof of like-minded, having the same love,
him, n that as a son with the fabeing of one accord, of one mind.
f Ro. 12. n 1Co.4.17.1 ther, be hath served with me in 3 e Let nothing be done through
10. Ep.5.21.1 Ti. 1. 2. the gospel. strife or vain-glory; but f in low
| 23 Him therefore I hope to send
& 1 Co. 10. liness of mind let each esteem 21,33.& 13.
presently, so soon as I shall see other better than themselves.
how it will go with me. 4 & Look not every man on his n Mat. 11.o ch. 1. 25. 24 But o I trust in the Lord that own things, but every man also on
29.John13. Philem.22. I also myself shall come shortly. the things of others.
15, 1 Pe. 2.
25 Yet I supposed it necessary 5 A Let this mind be in you,
21.1J0.2.6. p ch. 4. 18. to send to you p Epaphroditus,
John 1.1, which was also in Christ Jesus:
my brother, and companion in la
2. & 17.5.1 6 Who, i being in the form of
bour, and a fellow-soldier, but 2 Co. 4. 4.
12. God, a thought it not robbery to Col. 1. 15.
your messenger, and he that be equal with God:
He. 1. 3. 2C0.8.33. ministered to my wants. 7 ? But made himself of no rep- k John 5. & 2Co.11.9.
26 . For he longed after you all, utation, and took upon him the 18.& 10.33. ch. 4. 18. and was full of heaviness, beform mof a servant, and n was I Ps. 22. 6...
cause that ye had heard that he made in the likeness of men :
had been sick.
9. 26. Ma. 8 And being found in fashion as
27 For indeed he was sick nigh
9. 12. Ro. a man, he humbled himself, and 15. 3.
unto death: but God had mercy o became obedient unto death, m Is. 42.1.
on him, and not on him only, but even the death of the cross.
on me also, lest I should have sor9 Wherefore God also phath 52.13.&53.
row upon sorrow. highly exalted him, and given
11. Ez, 34.
28 I sent him therefore the more him a name which is above every
carefully, that, when ye see him
3. 8. Mat. name:
again, ye may rejoice, and that I
20. 28. Lu 10 - That at the name of Jesus
may be the less sorrowful. 1
22. 27. every knee should bow, of things
29 Receive him therefore in the
n John 1. in heaven, and things in earth, 14. Ro.1.3.
Lord with all gladness; and and things under the earth; & 8.3. Gall Or, hon- hold such in reputation:
11 And that every tongue should 4.4. He. 2. Our such. 30 Because for the work of Christ confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, 14, 17. u 1 Co. 16. he was nigh unto death, not reto the glory of God the Father.
OT, 18. 1 Th.5. garding his life, to supply your 12 Wherefore, my beloved, as
12. 1 Ti. 5. lack of service toward me.
o Mat. 26. 17. ye have always obeyed, not as in
CHAP. III. my presence only, but now much 10. 18. He.12
#1 Co. 16. 1 He warneth them to beware of the false more in my absence, work out 5.8.& 12.2.
teachers of the circumcision, 4 shenyour own salvation with a fear p John 17.
ing that himself hath greater cause and trembling.
than they to trust in the rights
ousness of the law : 7 which notwith13 For it is God which work- 33. He.2.9. eth in you both to will and to do
19 Ep. 1.20,
standing he counteth as dung and 21. He.1.4.1
loss, to gain Christ and his righteof his good pleasure.
2 Co. 13. Is. 45.23. 1. ch. 4.4.
ousness, 12 therein acknowledging his 14 Do all things y without mur Mat.28.18.
oson imperfection. 15 He exhorteth murings and disputings:
them to be thus minded, 17 and to im15 That ye may be blameless Re, 5. 13. Is. 56. 10. itate him, 18 and to decline the ways and harmless, the sons of God. 1 , John 13. Ga. 5. 15. of carnal Christians. without rebuke, b in the midst of 13. Ac. 2. c 2 Co. 11. TINALLY, my brethren, a reca crooked and perverse nation,
on 36. Ro. 14. 13.
I joice in the Lord. To write
9. 1Co 8.6. among whom ye shine as lights 102 Ro. 2.28.
the same things to you, to me inin the world :
deed is not grievous, but for you
deed is not grievo
I ch. 1. 5. Ga. 5. 2. 16 Holding forth the word of
it is sate.
u Ep. 6. 5. e De.10.16. life; that eI may rejoice in the 2 Co.3.5. & 30.6. Je.
2 . Beware of dogs, beware of day of Christ, thats I have not run | He, 13. 21.|4. 4. Ro. 2.
Cevil-workers, d beware of the in vain, neither laboured in vain. y 1 Co. 10 29. & 4.11, concision.
17 Yea, and if & I be toffered 10.1 Pe.4.9. 12. Col. 2 3 For we are e the circumcision. upon the sacrifice and service : Ro, 14.1. 11.
f which worship God in the Spirof your faith, il joy, and rejoice
Or, John 4. it, and & rejoice in Christ Jesus, with you all.
sincere. 23, 21. Ro. and have no confidence in the Ta Mat. 5. 7. 6.
flesh. 45. Ep.6.1.01 Pe. 2. 12. c De. 32.5. Or, shine ye.. d Mat. 5. 14, 16. Ep. 6. 8. 2 Co. l. 14. ith. 2. 19.1 ..
4 Though I might also have Ga. 2. 2. 1 Th. 3. 6. & 2 Ti. 4. 6. + Gr. poured h 2 Co. 11. confidence in the flesh. If any forth. Ro. 15. 16. 12 Co. 7. 4. Col. 1. 24. 118, 21. I other man thinketh tat be bath
Ro, 14. 11.
X 2 Co. 11.la i Co. 15.
Col. 2. 2. la ch.2.2. &
All things as loss for Christ.
Paul's admonitions. whereof he might trust in the A. D. 64. | A. D. 64. | body, that it may be fashioned flesh, I more:
like unto his glorious body, *acumcised the eighth day, a ichth day i Ge.17.12. Ep. 1.19.
cording to the working whereby of the stock of Israel, lof the
he is able 4 even to subdue all tribe of Benjamin, man Hebrew
things unto himself. of the Hebrews; as touching the m 2 Co. 11.
CHAP. IV. law, na Pharisee;
1 From particular admonitions 4 he pro. 6 Concerning zeal, p persecu n Ac. 23.6.
ceedeth to general exhortations, 10 ting the church; I touching the
& 26. 4, 5.
shewing how he rejoiced at their liber. righteousness which is in the law,
o Ac. 22.3.
ality towards him lying in prison,
Ga. 1. 13, r blameless.
not so much for the supply of his own 14.
wants, as for the grace of God in 7 But s what things were gain to
p Ac. 8. 3.
them. 19 And so he concludeth with me, those I counted loss for Christ. & 9, 1.
prayer and salutations. 8 Yea doubtless, and I count all le Ro. 10.5.
THEREFORE, my brethren things but loss for the excellency * Lu. 1. 6. la ch. 1. 8. I I dearly beloved and a longed of the knowledge of Christ Jesus Mat. 13.
2Co.1.14. | for, bmy joy and crown), so stand n.y Lord: for whom I have suf
1. ch. 2. 16. 1 fast in the Lord, my dearly befered the loss of all things, and
Je. 9.23,24. Th, 2. 19, loved.. do count them but dung, that I John 17.3.20.
2 I beseech Euodias, and bemay win Christ,
1 Co. 2.2. Jach. 1. 27. seech Syntyche, d that they be 9 And be found in him, not hav
of the same mind in the Lord. ing u mine own righteousness,
3 And I entreat thee also, true which is of the law, but that
yoke-fellow, help those women which is through the faith of
Ile Ro. 16. 3. which elaboured with me in the Christ, the righteousness which is
& 9. 30. &
gospel, with Clement also, and of God by faith:
with other my fellow-labourers, 10 That I may know him, and
Ex. 32. whose names are in f the book of the power of his resurrection, and y Ro.6.3,4, 132. Ps. 69. y the fellowship of his sufferings, 5. & 8. 17. 28. Da. 12. 4 6 Rejoice in the Lord always : being made conformable unto his 2 Co, 4. 10, 1. Lu. 10.
and again I say, Rejoice. death :
21.2 Ti. 2. 20. Re.3.5.
5 Let your moderation be known 11 If by any means I might mat
11,12. 1 Pe. & 13. 8. &
unto all men. A The Lord is at
4.13. 20.12.&21. tain unto the resurrection of the
* Ac. 26.7. 27.
I hand. dead.
alTi.6.12 ) Ro. 12.
6 i Be careful for nothing; but 12 Not as though I had already
in every thing by prayer and supa attained, either were already « Ps.45.10.11 Th. 5.16. plication with thauksgiving let
perfect: but I follow after, if | Lu, 9. 62. I Pe. 4. 13. your requests be made known that I may apprehend that for 2 Co. 6. 16.
Uh He. 10. unto God. which also I am apprehended of
25. Ja, 5.8, 7 And k the peace of God, which Christ Jesus.
• 2 Ti. 4.7,
* 19. I Pe. 4.7. passeth all understanding, shall 13 Brethren, I count not myself
2 Pe. 3.8,9. keep your hearts and minds to have apprehended : but this He. 3. 1. See 2 Th.
through Christ Jesus. one thing I do, cforgetting those 1 Co. 2.6."
8 Finally, brethren, whatsoever things which are behind, and I & 14. 20. li Ps, 55.22.
| things are true, whatsoever things d reaching forth unto those things a Ga. 5.10. Pr. 16. 3. are honest, whatsoever things which are before,
T R0.12.16. Mat. 6. 25.
are just, whatsoever things are 14 e I press toward the mark for & 15. 5.
1 Pe. 5. 7.
pure, whatsoever things are lovethe prize of f the high calling of Ga. 6.16.1"
ly, I whatsoever things are of God in Christ Jesus.
I ch. 2. 2.
good report ; if there be any vir
: Lm. Ro.5.1. 15 Let us therefore, as many as m 1 Co. 4.1
. Col. 3. 15. tile, and if there be any praise. be 6 perfect, k be thus minded: 16, 11.1.1
think on these things. and if in any thing ye be other
ch. 4. 9. 1. Or,
9 m Those things which ye have wise minded, God shall reveal
Th. 1. 6. venerable.
both learned, and received, and even this unto you.
m 1 Pe.5.3.21 Th.5.22. heard, and seen in me, do: and 16 Nevertheless, whereto we
n the God of peace shall be with have already attained, i let us
& 2. 21.&
6.12. ch. 1. n Ro. 15. you. walk by the same rule, I let us
33.& 16.20. 110 But I rejoiced in the Lord mind the same thing.
p 2 Co. 11.
greatly, that now at the last 17 Brethren, m be followers to
o your care of me hath flourished gether of me, and mark them
Ro. 16. He. 13. 20.
a gain; wherein ye were also carewhich walk so as a ye have us for is, 1 Ti. 6.
ful, but ye lacked opportunity. an ensample
5. Tit.l.11. Jo 2Co.11.9.
11 Not that I speak in respect of 18 (For many walk, of whom Ir Ho. 4. 7. . Or, want : for I have learned, in have told you often, and now tell 2 Co.11.12. is revived. whatsoever state I am, P thereyou even weeping, that they are | Ga. 6. 13. lp 1 Ti.6.6. with to be content. o the enemies of the cross of Ro. 8. 5. 18.
12 I know both how to be Christ:
t Ep. 2.6, o iCo.4.11.
abased, and I know how to a19 p Whose end is destruction, 19. Col.3.1, 2 Co. 6. 10. bound: every where and in all 9 whose God is their belly, and
& ll. 27. things I am instructed both to be whose glory is in their shame. I u Ac. 1.11.
full and to be hungry, both to & who mind earthly things.)
* 1 Co.1.7.
abound and to sutter need. 20 For
1 Th. 1.10. our conversation is in
John 15.5. 13 I can do all things through heaven; u from whence also we
Tit. 2. 13. 12 Co. 12.9. Christ which strengtheneth me.
yl Co. 15. look for the Saviour, the Lord
43, 48, 49.
14 Notwithstanding, ye have Jesus Christ :
Col. 3. 4. Ils ch. 1. 7. | well done that sye did communi21 y Who shall change our vile 1 Jo. 3. 2.
I cate with my affliction.
Paul thanketh God for their faith. COLOSSIANS. Describeth the true Christ
15 Now ye Philippians, know A. D. 64. A. D. 61.1 19 But my God a shall supply also, that in the beginning of the
Ps. 23. 1.
all your need baccording Lo his gospel, when I departed from
riches in glory by Christ Jesus,
2 Co. 9.8. Macedonia, 'po church commu- 1 2C0.11.8,
20 Now unto God and our Fanicated with me as concerning 9.
Ep.1.7.& 3. 18.
ther be giory for ever and ever. giving and receiving, but ye only.
Amen. 16 For even in Thessalonica ye
21 Salute every saint in Christ sent once and again unto my ne
Ga. 1. 5.
Jesus. The brethreud which are
w Ro. 15. d Ga. 1. 2. cessity.
with me greet you. 17 Not because I desire a gift:
29. Tit. 3.
22 All the samts salute you,
14. but I desire #fruit that inay a
ech. ), 13.
e chietly they that are oi Cesar's bound to your account.
household. 18 But I have all, and abound: I have re- S Ro. 16. 23 The grace of our Lord I am full, having received of
ceived all. 21.
Jesus Christ be with you all. Epaphroditus the things which
Amen. were sent from you, yan odour He. 13.
| It was written to the Philipof a sweet smell, sa sacrifice ac- 16.
pians from Rome, by Epaphie ceptable, well-pleasing to God. 1.200,9.12.
& THE EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE,
4. A. D. 64. , work, and increasing in the 1 After salutation he thanketh God for
knowledge of God; Their fauh, 7 confirmeth the ductrine a Ep.1.1.' Ep. 3.16.
11 Strengthened with all of Epaphras, 9 prayeth further for lo Co.4.17. & 6. 10. their increase in krace, 14 describeth Ep. 6. 21. y Ep. 4. 2. miglit, accordmg to his glorious the true Christ, 21 encourageth them
. Ac. 5.41. 1 power, y unto all patience and to receive Jesus Christ, and conn.
1... Ro. 5. 3. long-suffering * with joyfulness; mendcin his own ministry.
di Co.1.4. a Ep.5.20.1 12 a Giving thanks into the Fa
Ep. 1. 16.ch. 3. 15. PAUL, 4 an apostle of Jesus
ther, which hath made us meet
Phi.1.3.8 6 Ác.26.38. 1 1 Christ, by the will of God,
to be partakers of the inherit
4.6. Ep. 1. ll. and Timotheus our brother,
auce of the saints in light:
ever 9. Ep. c Ep.8.12. 2 To the saints band faithful
13 Who hath delivered us from
1. 15. Phi. He. 2. 14. brethren in Christ which are at
1 c the power of darkness, d and Colosse; cGrace be unto you, and
di Th. 2. hath translated us into the kingpeace, from God our Father and
9. 12. 2 Pe. 1. doin of this dear Son:
1 & 2 Ti. 4.8. 11. the Lord Jesus Christ.
i Pe. 1. 4. + Gr.
14 e In whom we have redemp3. We give thanks to God, and
tion through his blood, even the
h Mat. 24. the Son of the Father of our Lord Jeans
forgiveness of sins:
14. Ma. 16. his love. Christ, praying always for yot),
115 Who is f the image of the
l. Ro. 10. Mat. 3. 17. 4 « Since we heard of your faith 18. ver.23. Ep.1.6.
3. invisible Goul, 5 the first-born of in Christ Jesus, and of f the love Ma l e Ep. l. 7. every creature: which ye have to all the saints, John15.16. f 2 Co.4.4. 16 For by bim were all things
5 For the hope & which is laid | Phi. 1. 11. He. 1. 3. I created, that are in beaven, and up for you in heaven, whereot ye
? Re. 3.11. * 2 Co. 6.1.
that are in earth, visible and in
h John 1.3. heard before in the word of the
visible, whether they be thrones, truth of the gospel :
or i dominions, or principalities, 6 Which is come unto you, has
or powers: all things were creit is in all the world, and i bring- ch. 4. 12. i Ro. 8.38. | ated by him, and for him : eth forth fruit, as it doth also in Pbilem.23. Ep. 1. 21.1 17 1 And he is before all things, you, since the day ye heard of it, m 2 Co.11. ch.2.10,15., and by him all things consist. and knew the race of God in | 126.96.36.199.1 Pe. 3. 22.1 18 And he is the head of the
R 16 Ro.11.36. body. the church who is the be truth: 7 As ye also learned of? Epaph- 30.
ginning, n the first-born from the
1 Joh 1.1, 15 ras our dear fellow-servant, who
1o Ep.1. 15, 3. & 17. 3.
dead; that in all things lie
mice is for you ma faithful minister of 16.ver.3,4. i co.
have the pre-emmence. Christ;
pl Co.1.5. m Ep.1.10,
| 19 For it please the Father that 8 Who also declared unto us
.15. in hin should all fulness dwell; your n love in the Spirit.
Ep.5.10.17. & 5. 23. 1 20 And, iphaving made peace 9. For this cause we also, since Ep. 1. & Co. 11. 3. through the blood of his cross, the day we heard it, do not cease
nac 26.23. by him to reconcile Tall things to pray for you, and to desire
... 1Co 15.20, unto himself; by him, I say, Pthat ye might be filled with the
hi: 1.9.3 Re. 1.5. whether they be things in earth,
| 1 Tb. 2 12 Or, knowledge of his will in all wis
or things in heaven). dom and spiritual understand
an. 21 And you, Sthat were some
#Jona 15. o John 1. ing:
time alienated and enemies in
10.2 Co.9. 16. & 3.31. 1) 's That ye might walk wor- 8. Phi. 1. ch. 2. 9. & 3. 11. Or, maling peace, p Ep. 2.14 thy of the Lord ' unto all pleas- 11. Tit 3.1. 15, 16. & 2 Co.5. 18. r Ep. 1. 20. Ep.2. 1, 2, 12, 19, ing, being fruitful in every good He. 13. 21... 4. 18. Or, by your mind in wicked works,
to be constant in Christ. your mind by wicked works, A. D. 64. A. D. 04. | 71 Rooted and built up in him, yet now hath he reconciled,
and stablished in the faith, as ye 22 - In the body of his flesh
esh Tit. 1.15, 2 Ep. 2. 21,
have been taught, abounding 16.
22. & 3.17. through death, to present you
therein with thanksgiving.
u Ep.2. 15, [ch. 1. 3. holy, and unblamable, and unre
16. m Je. 29.8.
8 m Beware lest any man spoil provable, in his sight:
Lu. 1.75. Ro. 16. 17. | you through philosophy and vain 23 If we continue in the faith Ep. 1.4. & Ep. 5. 6. deceit, after n the tradition of grounded and settled, and be 5.27. 1 Th. ver. 18.He. men, after the rudiments of not moved away from the hope
4.7. Tit. 2. 13. 9. the world, and not after Christ. in
14.Jude21. n Mat. 15. of the gospel, which ye have
9 For p in him dwelleth all the
y Ep. 3.17.2. Ga.l.14. Gulness of the Godhead bodily. heard, and which was preach
ch. 2. 7. ver. 22. ed oto every creature which 16
10.4 And ve are complete in him,
John 15. Or, under heaven; cwhereof I Paul 6.
which is the head of all prin.
elements. am made a minister;
a Ro.10.18.o Gu. 1.3.9. cipality and power: 24 d Who now rejoice in my suf- b ver. 6. ver. 20.
In whom also ye are circumferiners for you, and fill up f that I c Ac. 1. 17. P John 1. cised with the circumcision made which is behind of the afflictions ! 2 Co.3.6.& 11.ch.1.19.
1 without hands, in 4 putting off his
4.1.& 5.18. of Christ in my flesh for
the body of the sins of the flesh by
Ep. 3. 7. Ep. 1. 20, body's sake, which is the church:
the circumcision of Christ :
ver. 25. 121. 1 Pe. 3. 25 Whereot I am made a minis- Ti. 2. 7. 22...
12 * Buried with him in baptism, ter, according to the dispensa d Ro. 5. 3. s ch. 1. 16. wherein also y ye are risen with tion of God which is given to me 2 Co. 7. 4.1 De.10.16. him through the faith of the for you. Il to fulfil the word of e Ep. 3. 1, l& 30.6. Je. I operation of God, a who hath raisGod;
4. 4. Ro. 2. ed him from the dead. 26 Even the mystery which
f2Co. 1.5, 19, Phi.3.3. 13 . And you, being dead in your
6.Phi 3,10. 4 Ro. 6. 6. ] hath been hid from ages, and
2 Ti.1.8. &
sins and the uncircumcision of
Ep. 4. 22. from generations, but now is
2. 10. ch. 3.8, 9.
your flesh, hath he quickened tomade manifest to his saints: & Ep. 1.23. Ro. 6. 4.gether with him, having forgiven
27 " To whom God would make hi Co. 9. ych. 3.1. you all trespasses; known what is m the riches of the 17. Ga.2.7. Ep. 1.19. 14 c Blotting out the hand-wriglory of this mystery among the
Ep. 3. 2. & 3. 7. ting of ordinances that was a Gentiles; which is Christ l in
ver. 23. a Ac. 2.24. gainst us, which was contrary to
Or, 10 Ep.2.1,5, you, nthe hope of glory:
us, and took it out of the way,
fully to 6, 11. i 28 Whom we preach, warning
preach the c Ep. 2. 15,
Dailing it to his cross; every man, and teaching every word of 16.
15 And d having spoiled prinman in all wisdom; pthat we God, d Ge. 3.15. cipalities and powers, he made a may present every man perfect in Ro. 15. 19. Ps, 69 18. shew of them openly, triumphing Christ Jesus:
i Ro.16.25. Is. 53. 12. over them in it. 29 ? Whereunto I also labour, Co. 2. 7. Mat.12.29. 16 Let no man therefore judge
Ep. 3. 9. striving Saccording to his work
Lu. 10. 18. you & in meat, or in drink, or
Mat. 13.& 11. 22. ing, which worketh in me might- 11.2 Ti. 1. John12.31.
in respect of an holy-day, or ily.
of the new-moon, or of the sabe CHAP. II.
1 2Co.2.14. Ep.4.8.He.
bath-days: 1 He still exhorteth them to be constant
m Ro.9.23. 2. 14.
17 i Which are a shadow of a in Christ, 8 to beware of philosophy,
Ep. 1. 7. & e Ep. 6.12. I things to come; but the body is
3. 8. and vain traditions, 18 worshipping
Oi, of Christ. of angels, 20 and legal ceremonies,
# Or, a. in himself. 18 k Let no man | beguile you
mong yêu. Ro. 14.3, which are ended in Christ.
of your reward t in a voluntary
ni Ti.1.1. 10, 13. TOR I would that ye knew Ac. 20.20, Or, for
humility and worshipping of anwhat great la conflict I have 27, 81.S ealing and
gels, intruding into those things for you, and for them at Laodi- p 2 Co. 11. drinking. ? which he hath not seen, vainly cea, and for as many as have not | 2. Ep.6.27.& Ro, 14.2, puffed up by his fleshly mind, seen my face in the Hesh:.. ver. 22. 17, 1 Co.8. * 19 And not holding m the Head, 2 That their hearts might be 91 Co. 15. 8.
from which all the body by joints 10.
u Or, comforted, being knit together
and bands having nourishment
T rch. 2. 1. in part. in love, and unto all riches of the
1 Ep. 1. 19. n Ro. 14.5.
ministered, and knit together, infull assurance of understanding, I & 3. 7, 20. Ga. 4. 10.
creaseth with the increase of God... d to the acknowledgment of the ! Or, fear, i He.8.5.&
20 Wherefore, if ye ben dead mystery of God, and of the Fa- or, cure. 9.9.& 10.1. with Christ from the l rudiments ther, and of Christ;
a ch. 1.29. ver 4. of the world, P why as though 31 e In whom are hid all the
Phi. 1. 30. Or, living in the world, are ye subtreasures of wisdom and know
ject to ordinances,
02 Co. 1.6. gainst you ledge.
21 (4 Touch not; taste not;
c ch. 3. 14. f Gr. 4 And this I say, flest any mand Phi.3. 8. being a vol
handle not; should beguile you with enticing ch. 1. 9. luntary in
22 Which all are to perish with words.
1 l Or, humility,
the using ;) rafter the command5 For & though I be absent in Wherein. ver. 23. ments and doctrines of men ? the flesh, yet am I with you in e 1Co.1.24. Ez. 13. 3. 23 & Which things have indeed the spirit, joying and beholding & 2.6,7. Ep. 1 Ti. 1.7. a shew of wisdom in 'will-worA your order, and the isteadfast
1.8. ch.1.9. m Ep.4.15, ship, and humility, and #neg
I Ro. 16. 16. ness of your faith in Christ.
lecting of the body, not in any
| 18. 2Co.11. n Ro. 6. 3, 6 A As ye have therefore receiv- 13.1
& honour to the satisfying of the
e . 13. Ep. 4. 5.& 7. 4, 6. ed Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk 14. & 5. 6. Ga. 2. 19. hes ye in him:
I ver. 8, 18. Ep. 2. 15. o ver. 8. Or, elements. Ga. 4. 3, 9. 1 Co. 5. 3. 1 Th. 2. 17. 1 1 Co. 14. 40. i I Pe. 6. 9.lq 1 Ti. 4.3. Is. 29. 13. Mat. 15. 9. Tit. 1. 14. s1 Ti. kiTh 4. 1. Jude 3.
14. 8. 1 ver. 8. 1 Or, punishing, or, not sparing
Exhortations to several dutres. COLOSSIANS.
Erhorlation to prayer. CHAP. III.
A. D. 64. A. D. 64. unto your own husbands, as it is 1 Ile sheweth where we should seek
fit in the Lord. Christ, 5 He exhorteth to mortif
19 + Husbands, love your wives, cation, 10 to put off the oli man, and Ep.2.6.ch. It Ep.5. 25, and be not bitter against them. to put on Christ, 12 exhorting to
28,33. 1 Pe. 20 Children, obey your parents charity, humility, and other several
y in all things: for this is well
Ep. 1. 20.1 duties. TF ye then abe risen with Christ. Or, mind. Ep. 4.31.
pleasing unto the Lord. I seek those things which are
c Ro. 6. 2. 2 Ep. 8.1. 21 Fathers, provoke not your above, where b Christ sitteth on
Ga. 2. 20. y Ep. 5. 24. children to anger, lest they be
ch. 2. 20. the right hand of God.
d 2 Co,5.7.1
Tit. 2. 9. 2 Set your affection on things ch. 1.5. 2 Ep. 6. 4.
22 a Servants, obeybin all things above, not on things on the earth. el Jo. 3.2. a Ep. 6. 5,
your masters Caccording to the 3 c For ye are dead, dand your f John 11. &c. 1 Ti.6.
flesh; not with eye-service, as life is hid with Christ in God.
25. & 14.6.1. Tit. 2.9.
men-pleasers; but in singleness 4 e When Christ, who is four
g 1 Co, 15. 1 Pe. 2. 18. of heart, fearing God: life, shall appear, then shall ye
23 d And whatsoever ye do, do
21. also appear with him
it heartily, as to the Lord, and in glory. Ro. 8.13.c Philem. 5 h Mortify therefore, your mein
not unto men;
Ga. 5. 24. 16. bers which are upon the earth; | i Ro. 6. 13. Id Ep.6.6,7.
24 e Knowing that of the Lord kfornication, uncleanness, inor * Ep. 5. 3.
1 ye shall receive the reward of the dinate affection, levil concupis
inheritance: S for ye serve the
in Ep.5. 5 l Co. 7. cence, and covetousness, m which
Lord Christ. is idolatry :
n Ro. 1.18. 22.
25 But he that doeth wrong,
Ep.5.6.Re. 6 n For which things' sake the
shall receive for the wrong which wrath of God cometh on the
he hath done: and & there is no
O Ep. 2. 2. Ep. 6. 9. I respect of persons. children of disobedience :
Ro. 6. 19, Pe. 1. 17. 7 PIn the which ye also walked 20.& 7.5. See De.10.
CHAP. IV. some time, when ye lived in them. | 1 Co. 6.11. 17.
1 He exhorteth them to be fervent in 8. But now ye also put off all Ep. 2. 2.
prayer, 5 to walk wisely toward them these; anger, wrath, malice, blas
Tit. 3. 3.
that are not yet come to the true Anord9 Ep. 4.22.
ledge of Christ. 10 He saluteth them, phemy, filthy communication i Pe. 2. 1.
and wishetk them all prosperity. out of your mouth. 9 Lie not one to another, t sec- Ja. 1.21.19 Er
TMASTERS, & give unto your ing that ye have put off the old Ep. 4.29.
W servants that which is just man with his deeds;
& 5. 4. .
and equal; knowing that ye also 10 And have put on the news Le. 19.11.
have a Master in heaven.
| 2o Continue in prayer, and man, which is renewed in know. Ep. 1. 25. PLU. 18.1. ledge after the image of him
[Ep. 4. 22, Ro. 12. 12. watch in the same with thanks
24. Ep. 6. 18. that y created him:
u Ro. 12.2. 1 Th.5.17, 11 Where there is neither Greek
3d Withal praying also for us,
Ep.4.23, 18. nor Jew, circumcision nor uncir- | 24.
that God would open unto us a
..|c ch,27, cumcision, Barbarian, Scythian, y Ep. 2.10.13. 16."
door of utterance, to speak f the bond nor free: abut Christ is all, • Ro. 10,
mystery of Christ, 5 for which I and in all.
12.1 Co.12.14 Ep.6.19.
am also in bonds: 12 b Put on therefore, c as the
13. Ga: 3.12 Th. 3. 1.'
4 That I may make it manifest,
28. & 5. 6. leito. 16.9. elect of God, holy and beloved, Ep. 6.8.12 Co. 2. 12.
as I ought to speak.
5 Walk in wisdom d bowels of mercies, kindness, a Ep. 1.23.1 Mat. 13. I them that are without, i redeem
toward humbleness of mind, meekness, 6 Ep.4.24.lu loug-suffering;
lug the time. 13 e Forbearing one another, and 1 Pe. 1. 2.
6 Let your speech be always
ch. i. 26.& forgiving one another, if any man
2 Pe. 1. 10.
A with grace, I seasoned with salt,
2. 2. have a
m that ye may know how ye ought quarrel against any :
Id Gu. 5.22.
Phi. 2. 1.: Ep. 6.2, even as Christ forgave you, so
to answer every man.
Ep. 4. 2.32 Phi. 1. 7. 7 n All my state shall Tychicus also do ye.
e Ma. 11. Ep.5.15. 14 fAnd above all these things i 25. Ep.1.2, i Th. 4.12.
declare unic you, who is a belov
ed brother, and a faithful minis& put on charity, which is the '32.
li Ep.5. 16. ter and fellow-servant in the Lord: abond of perfectness.
15 And let ithe peace of God complaint. * Ec. 10.12. 8. Whom I have sent unto you rute in our hearts to the which fi Pe. 4.8. ch. 3. 16. for the same purpose, that he also ye are called in one body;
John 13.1 Ma.9.50. might know
might know your estate, and
31. Ro. 13. in and be ye thankful.
8.1 Co. 13. m 1 Pe. 3. comfort your hearts: 16 Let the word of Christ dwell
9 With p Onesimus, a faithful
En.5.2. ch. 115. in you richly in all wisdom;
and beloved brother, who is one
2.2. i Th.4. n Ep. 6.21. teaching and admonishing one
of you. They shall inake known Another nin psalms, and hymns, 1 Jo. 3. 23.1
unto you all things which are
p Philem. and
& 4. 21.
done here. spiritual songs, singing
h Ep. 4. 3. 10.
10 4 Aristarchus, my fellow-priso with grace in your hearts to the Lord.
i Ro.14.17.q Ac.19.29. oner, saluteth you; and Mar
Phi. 4. 7. 17 And P whatsoever ye do in
& 20. 4. & cus, sister's son to Barnabas,
k ICo.7,15.27. 2. Phi. (touching whom ve received comword or deed, do all in the name 7 Ep. 2. 16, lem. 21. of the Lord Jesus, 1 giving thanks
mandments: if he come unto you,
17. & 4. 4. Ao.l5.37. to God and the Father by him.
receive him ;)
ch. 2. 7.2 Ti. 4. 11. And Jesus, which is called 18 r Wives, submit yourselves ver. 17. 11Co. 14. 26. Ep. 5. 19, ở ch. 4. 6, P1Co. 10. 31.]
Justus, who are of the circum9 Ro. 1.8. Ep. 5. 20. ch. 1. 12. & 2.7. i Th. 5. 18.
cision. These only are my felHo. 13. 15. 1 Ep. 5. 22. Tit. 2. 5. 1 Pe. 3. 1.
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