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Sincerity of the Thessaloniane. CHAP. I, II. Manner of Paul's preaching. of God, which have been a com- | A. D. 64. | A. D. 64. ! 16 And when this epistle is fort unto me.
read among you, cause that it be
ch. 1. 7. a 1 Th. 6, 1 12 3 Epaphras, who is one of
read also in the church of the you, a servant of Christ, saluteth
Laodiceans; and that ye likeyou, always labouring fervent striving.
wise read the epistle from Laodily for you in prayers, that ye may Ro.15.30.
cea. stand u perfect and complete in 4 Mat. 6. 5 Philem.
17 And say to - Archippus, Take all the will of God.
48. 1 Co. 2. 2.
heed to che ministry which thou 13 For I bear him record, that
6. & 11.20
hast received in the Lord, thai cl Ti, 4.6.1
Phi, 3, 15. ^ ! he liath a great zeal for you, and
thou fulfil it.
He. 5. 14. them that are in Laodicea, and
Id 1 Co. 16. 18 dTbe salutation by the hand them in Hierapolis.
21.2 Th.3. of me Paul. Remember my 14 Luke, the beloved physician,
bonds. f Grace be with you. and y Demas, greet you.
y2T1.4.10 e Re. 13. 3. Amen. 15 Salute the brethren which are Philem 21. f He. 13. 11 Written from Rome to the in Laodicea, and Nymphas, and : Ro. 16.5.25.
Colossians by Tychicus and the church which is in his house. I 1 Co.16.19.
I THE FIRST EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE,
54. A. D. 54. 10 And to wait for his Son I The Thessalonians are given to un
from heaven, u whom he raised derstand both how mindful of them
• Ro. 2. 7. Saint Paul was at all times in
from the dead, even Jesus, which Phi. 3. 20.
Tit. 2. 13, thanksgiving, and prayer : 5 and
from the wrath tu also how well he was persuaded of the la 2Co.1.19.
2 Pe. 3. 12. come. truth and sincerity of their faith, and
.Re. 1. 7.
2 Th. 1. 1. Ac. 1. 11. conversion to God.
1 In what manner the gospel was brought 1 Pe. 5. 12
ch. 4. 16. 2 and preached to the Thessalonians, PAUL, and a Silvanus, and
6 Ep. 1.2. Th. 1. 7. and in what sort also they received it. 1 Timotheus, unto the church of the Thessalonians which is in
o Ro. 1.8. u Ac. 2.21.
18 A reason is rendered both why
Saint Paul 100s so long absent front God the Father, and in the Lord Philem. 4.Ro.5.9.ch. them, and also why he was so desirous Jesus Christ: Grace be unto you,
to see them.
d ch. 2. 13. a ch 1.5,9. and peace, from God our Father
TOR a yourselves, brethren, and the Lord Jesus Christ.
& John 6.6 Ac. 16.22.
know our entrance in unto 2 c We give thanks to God al
29. Ga.5.6. c ch. 1. 5.
you, that it was not in vain :
ch. 3. 6. 2 d Ac. 17.2. ways for you all, making mention
Th. 1.3.1. Phi.1.30.
2 But even after that we had sufof you in our prayers;
Ja. 2. 17. Col. 2.1. 1
fered before, and were shame3. Remembering without ceas
f Ro. 16.6.
18 2 Co.7.2. fully entreated, as ye know, at ing your work of faith, fand la
He. 6. 10.
ver.5. 2Pe. o Philippi, cwe were bold in our bour of love, and patience of hope
God to speak into you the gos
1 Or, in our Lord Jesus Christ, in the
100.7.25. beloved of
pel of God e with much conten
1 Ti, l. 11, sight of God and our Father;
God, your 12.
tion. 4 Knowing, brethren beloved, clection. n Co.9.17.
3 $ For our exhortation was not I your election of God.
Col.3.19. Ga. 2. 7. of deceit, nor of uncleanness, nor 5 For n our gospel came not un
2 Th. 2.13. Tit. 1. 3. in guile; to you in word only, but also in
li Ga. 1. 10. 4 But as we were allowed of power, and in the Holy Ghost,
God h to be put in trust with the kand in much assurance; asye 4. & 4. 20. I Ac.20.33.
4. & 4. 20.
gospel, even so we speak; Inot as know what manner of men we
i 2 Co.6.6. 2 Co. 2. 17.
pleasing men, but God, A wbich were among you for your sake.
trieth our hearts. 6 And mye became followers of
5 For I neither at any time used us, and of the Lord, having re
m Ro. 1.9. we tlattering words, as ye know, ceived the word in much alic. I ch. 2. 1,5, 'n John 5. nor a cloak of covetousness; n God tion, n with joy of the Holy Ghost:
10,11.2Th. 41,44.& 12. 1 is witness:
3. 7. 7 So that ye were ensamples to
43. I Ti. 5.
| 6 n Nor of men sought we glory, all that believe in Macedonia and
m 1 Co. 4. 17.
neither of you, nor yet of others, Achaia.
16. & 11.1.o 1 Co. 9.4,
when owe might have been 8 For from you sounded out
Phi. 3. 17. 8, 12, 18. 2
p burdensome, as the apostles the word of the Lord not only in
Th. 3. 9,
0 520.11.& 13.
10,11. & 13. of Christ. Macedonia and Achaia, but also
7 But we were gentle among pin every place your faith to God
He. 10. 34.
* 9. Philem. you, even as a nurse cherishetla ward is spread abroad; so that
her children: we need not to speak any thing.
o Ro.10.18. u Or, used 8 So being affectionately desir9 For they themselves shew of p Ro. 1. 8. authority.
ous of you, we were willing sto us 9 what manner of entering in
2 Th. 1. 4. P2C0.11.9.
& 12.13,14. have imparted unto you, not the we had unto you, and how ye
9 ch. 2. 1. 2 Th. 3.8. gospel of God only, but also four turned to God from idols, to serve + 1Co.12.2.q 1 Co.9. 1, 2, 5. 1 Co. 2. 3. & 9. 22. 2 Co. 13. 4. the living and true God; Ga. 4. 8. 2 Ti. 2. 24. Ro.l. 11. & 15. 29. 1 2 Co. 12. 16.
in the Holy Ghost,
a Ep. 4. 1. 2. 16.
Faul'e care for .
. THESSALONIANS. 'n the Thessaloniant. own souls, because ye were dear A. D. 54. A. D. 54., 3 d That no man should be movunto us.
ed by these afflictions: for your9 For ye remember, brethren,
selves know that we are appointour labour and travail: for ula- Ac. 20.30. Ac. 9.16.
ed thereunto. Louring night and day, because | 1 Co. 4. 12
& 14.22. &
4 f For verily, when we were we would not be chargeable unto 2 Co. 11. 9.
111. 1 Co. 4.
with you, we told you before that any of you, we preached unto you 2 Th. 3. 8.
19.2T1.3.12. we should suffer tribulation; even the gospel of God.
$2 Co. 12. 1 Pe. 2. 21.
as it came to pass, and ye know. 10 v Ye are witnesses, and God 13, 14.
1 Ac. 20.
5 For this cause, & when I could also, - how holily, and justly, and y ch. 1. 5. 124.
no longer forbear, I sent to know unblamably we behaved ourselves
2 C0.7.2. & ver. 1.
your faith, lest by some means among you that believe:
the tempter bave tempted you, 11 As ye know how we exhort
h 1 Co.7.5. and i our labour be in vain. ed, and comforted, and charged
2 Co. 11.3. 6 A But now, when Timotheus every one of you, as a father doth
i Ga.2.2.& came from you unto us, and his children,
14. 11. Phi.
brought us good tidings of your 12 a That ye would walk worthy | Phi. 1. 27.
faith and charity, and that ye of God, who hath called you Col. 1. 10. Ac. 18.1, have good remembrance of us alunto his kingdom and glory. ch. 4. 1. 5.
ways, desiring greatly lo see us, 13 For this cause also thank we | o 1 Co. 1.9.11 Phi. 1.8. las we also to see you: God c without ceasing, because, ch. 5. 24.1m 2C0.1.4. 7 Therefore, brethren, m we were when ye received the word of God 2 Th. 2.14.& 7.6,7,13. comforted over you in all our afwhich ye heard of us, ye received 2 Ti. 1. 9. In Phi. 4.1. fliction and distress by your faith: it d not as the word of men, but c ch. 1. 3. lo ch. 1. 2.
8 For now we live, if ye n stand (as it is in truth) the word of God,
d Mat. 10. Ac. 26.7.
fast in the Lord. which eftectually worketh also in 40. Ga. 4.2 Ti.1. 3.
9 For what thanks can we renyou that believe.
der to God again for you, for all 14 For ye, brethren, became fol
la Ro. 1. 10, & Ga. 1.22. ii.& 15.32.
the joy where with we joy for your lowers of the churches of God
S Ac.17.5, r ch.2. 17.
sakes before our God; which in Judea are in Christ Je
10 p Night and day I praying sus: for fye also have suffered
s 2 Co. 13. & He. 10. 9,11.col.4.
exceedingly that we might see like things of your own country
your face, sand might perfect that
12. men, 6 even as they have of the
which is lacking in your faith? h Ac, 2.23. Or, & 3.15.&5. guide.
11 Now God himself and our 15 'Who both killed the Lord
30. & 7.52.
Father, and our Lord Jesus Christ, Jesus, and i their own prophets,
Ma. 1. 3.
1 Jirect our way unto you.
i Mat.5.12 uch. 4. 10. and have persecuted us; and
112 And the Lord u make you to they please not God, kaud are
Lu. 13. 33,
increase and abound in love * one contrary to all men:
34. Ac. 7.1
& 5. 15. 2 toward another, and toward all 16 / Forbidding us to speak to 52.
men, even as we do toward you: the Gentiles that they might be Orcholy 1 Co. 1.8.
13 To the end he may y stablish saved, m to fill up their sins al
Phi. 1, 10. ed us out,
your hearts unblamable in holiways: n for the wrath is come up
ch. 5. 23. 2 Es. 3.8. Th. 2.17. 1
ness before God, even our Father, on them to the uttermost..
I Lu.11.52. Jo.3.20,21.
at the coming of our Lord Jesus 17 But we, brethren, being taken
Christ with all his saints.
Ac. 13. 50. Zec, 14. from you for a short time in
& 14.5, 19.5, Jude 14.
CHAP. IV. presence, not in heart, endeavour
1 He echorteth them to go or forward in ed the more abundantly P to see & 19.12.&
all manner of godliness, 6 to live ho. your face with great desire. 19.9. & 22.
lily and justly, 9 to love one another, 18 Wherefore we would have 21, 22.
11 and quietly to follow their own busi.
beseech. ness : 13 and last of all to sorrow come unto you, eveu I Paul, once m Ge. 15.
moderately for the dead. 17 And ur.
a Phi.17. and again, but i Satan hindered
Col. 2. 6. to this last exhortation is annexed a US.
brief description of the resurrection, 19 For " what is our hope, or joy, In Mat. 24.0 ch.
and second coming of Christ to judg. or Scrown of rejoicing ? Are 6, 14. c Col 1.10. ment. not even ye in the presence of our 01 C0.5.3.d Ro. 12.2. TURTHERMORE then we Lord Jesus Christ at his coming ? Col. 2. 5. Ep. 5. 17.
I l beseech you, brethren, and 20 For ye are our glory and joy.p ch.3. 10. e Ep. 5. 27.
Il exhort you by the Lord Jesus,
a that as ye have received of us CHAP. III.
Ro. 1.13. 1 1 Co. 6.
o how ye ought to walk cand to 1 Saint Paul testifieth his great love to & 15. 22. 15, 18. Ep.
please God, so ye would abound the Thessalonians, partly by sending Timothy unto them to strengthen and
more and more.
Phi. 2. 16.1 comfort them : partly by rejoicing in
& 4. 1. |
2 For ye know what command
Ro, 6.19. their well-doing: 10 and partly by
li Co. 6. 15, ments we gave you by the Lord praying for them, and desiring a safe s Fr.16.31. 18.
Jesus. coming unto them.
Or, Col. 3.5.1 3 For this is d the will of God, W HEREFORE, a when we glorying. Ro. 1. 24, even your sanctification, f that could no longer forbear, we
tl Co. 15. 26.
ye should abstain from fornicathought it good to be left at Alh 23.ch.3.13.1 Ep.4. 17,
tion: ens alone;
Re. 1. 7.& 18,
4 3 That every one of you should 2 Aud sent Timotheus, our
22. 12. * I Co. 15.
know how to possess his vessel in brother, and minister of God, and
4 Ver. 5. 34. Ga.4.8.
sanctification and honour; our fellow-labourer in the gospel Ac.184.108.40.206. 2 Th.
5 Not in the lust of concupisof Christ, to establish you, and c Ro.18.21. 1. 8.
cence, i even as the Gentiles to comfort you concerning your 1 Co.16.10.11 Le. 19.11. 1 which know not God: faith :
2 Co. l. 19.113.1C0.6.8 6. That no man go beyond and
Of Christ's coming to judgment. CHAP. V.
Divers virtuous precepts. #defraud his brother | in any A. D. 54. A. D. 54. ! 4 But ye, brethren, are not in matter: because that the Lord.
darkness, that that day should is the avenger of all such, as
Or, op. Ro. 12.
overtake you as a thief.
press, or, 12,13. 1 Jo. we also have fore warned you and
5 Ye are all the children of light, testified.
| Or, in 8 Ep. 5.8.
and the children of the day: we are 7 For God hath not called us unto
the matter. h Mat. 25. not of the night, nor of darkness. uncleanness, n but unto holiness. m 2Th.1.8.5.
61 Therefore let us not sleep, as 8 o He therefore that I despiseth, In Le. 11.! M
do others; but i let us watch and despiseth not man, but God pwho 44. & 19.2.
be sober. hath also given unto us his Holy
I Co. 1. 2. Ro. 13. 11,
7 For they that sleep, sleep in Spirit.
He. 12. 14. 12,13.1 Pe.
the night; and they that he drunkBut as touching brotherly love
1 Pe. 1. 14,19
en, I are drunken in the night.
15. 9 ye need not that I write unto you:
i 8 But let us, who are of the day,
o Lu.10.16, 134, 36. Ro. for rye yourselves are taught of Or,
13.13. 1Co. be sober, m putting on the breastGod sto love one another. .
cleth. 15. 34. Ep. 1 plate of faich and love; and for 10 I And indeed ye do it toward piCo.2.10.
5. 14. an helmet, the hope of salvation. all the brethren which are in all &7.40.1Jo.
1 Ac. 2. 15.
9 For n God hath not appointed
im Is.59.17. Macedonia: but we beseech you, | . 24.
Ep. 6. 14,
us to wrath, but to obtain salvabrethren, u that ye increase more l geh. 5.1.
tion by our Lord Jesus Christ, 16, 17,
Je.31.34. and more ;
10 P Who died for us, that,
n Ro. 9.22. tl And that ye study to be quiet,
Jolin 6. 45.
whether we wake or sleep, we & 14.
.ch. 1. 10.1
26. and #to do your own busmess, He.8.11.1
1 Pe. 2. 8. should live together with him. * and y to work with your own Jo.2.20,27.
Jude 4. 11 o Wherefore, il comfort your. hands, as we commanded you;
102Th.2.13, s Mat. 22. 14.
selves together, and edify one an12 • That ve may walk honestly 39.John13. Ro. 14.8.
other, even as also ye do. toward them that are without, | 34. & 15 12.16
12 And we beseech you, brethand that ye may have lack of Ep. 5. 2. 1 15.
ren, " to know them which labour nothing.
Pe. 4. 8. 12
qch. 4. 18. among you, and are over you in 13 But I would not have you to owl mat hove You to Jo.3.11.23. 1
the Lord, and admonish you;
1 & 4. 21. be ignorant, brethren, concern
13 And to esteem them very
lich. 1. 7. 1 1 Co, 16. ing them which are asleep, that
uch. 3. 12. 18. Phi. 2.
highly in love for their work's ve sorrow not, even as others 2 Th. 3. 29. 1 Ti. 5.
sake. And be at peace among 5 which have no hope.
11. 1 Pe. 4. 17. He. 13.
yourselves. 14 For C if we believe that Jesus 15.
14 Now we l exhort you, brethdied and rose again, even S0y Ac. 20.35.. Ma. 9.50. ren, warn them that are und them also which sleep in Jesus Ep. 4. 28. Or, ruly, a comfort the feeble-mindwill God bring with him.
2 Th. 3. 7, Descech. ed, support the weak, y be pa15 For this we say unto you by 18. 12. - 11 2Th.3.11. tient toward all men. the word of the Lord, that f we 13.200.8.
15 See that none render evil which are alive and remain unto 21.Co].4.5. disorderly.
for evil unto any man; but ever the coming of the Lord shall not 1 Pe. 2. 12. He 12
a follow that which is good, both prevent them which are asleep. Or,
among yourselves, and to all men. 16 For the Lord himself shall of no man. Ro. 14.1.
16 Rejoice evermore. descend from heaven with a la See Le.& 15.1.Ga. 17 c Pray without ceasing. shout, with the voice of the arch- 19. 28. De. 6.1, 2. 18 d In every thing give thanks: angel, and with a the trump of 220.127.116.112. y Ga.5.22. for this is the will of God in
12. 20. God: i and the dead in Christ
Ep. 4. 2. Christ Jesus concerning you.
10 Ep. 2. 12. Col. 3. 12. shall rise first:
Tol Co. 15.2 Ti. 4. 2.
19 e Quench not the Spirit. - 17 * Then we which are alive 13.
20 Despise not prophesyings.
- Le.19.18. and remain shall be caught up dl Co. 15. Pr. 20. 22.
216 Prove all things; hold together with them in the 18,23.ch.3. & 24. 20. fast that which is good.' clouds, to meet the Lord in the 13. Mat. 5, 39,
22 i Abstain from all appearance air: and som shall we ever be Kl. 13. 44, Ro. 12. of evil. with the Lord.
17,18.& 20. 17. 1 Co. 6. 23 And I the very God of peace 18 n Wherefore, comfort one
sanctify you wholly; and I pray another with these words.
ch. 3. 12.
¡ God your whole spirit, and soul, CHAP. V.
g Mat. 24. 2C0.6.10.
and body, m be preserved blame1 Ile proceedeth in the former descrip. 30, 31. Ac. Phi. 4. 4. | less unto the coming of our Lord
Jesus Christ. tion of Christ's coming to judgment, 11.11.2 Th.c Lu. 18. 1. 16 and giveth divers precepts, 23 and 1.7. & 21. 36. 24 n Faithful is he that calleth so concludeth the epistle.
h 1 Co. 15. Ro. 12. 12. you, who also will do it. RUT of a the times and the sea
Ep. 6. 18, 125 Brethren, pray for us.
il Co. 15. Col. 4.2.1 D sons, brethren, bye have no
26 p Greet all the brethren with
23, 62 Pe. 4.7. need that I write unto you.
ki Co. 15. d Ep.5, 20.
an holy kiss. 2 For yourselves know perfectly, 51. Col. 3. 17.
27 Icharge you by the Lord that cthe day of the Lord so I Ac. 1. 9. e Ep.4.30. that this epistle be read unto cometh as a thief in the night. Re. 11. 12. 1 Ti. 4. 14. all the holy brethren.
3 For when they shall say, m John 12. 2 Ti. 1. 6. 28 - The grace of our Lord JePeace and safety; then d sudden 26. & 14.3. See 1 Co. destruction cometh upon them,
& 17. 24. 14. 30. T The first epistle unto the as travail non a woman with n ch.5.11. Si Co. 14.
Thessalonians was written
1. Or, i, 39. child; and they shall not escape. I exhort. I 1C0.2.11,
from Athens. Mat. 24. 3, 36. Ac. 1.7. och. 4. 9. C Mat. 24. 43, 15.1 Jo.4. 1. h Phi. 4.8. ich. 4. 12. Phi. 4.9. Ich. A. & 25. 13, Lu. 12. 39, 40, 2 Pe. 3. 10. Re, 3, , 8 |8. 18. m 1Co. 1. 8. 11Co. 1. 9. x 10.13.2Th. 3. 3. 16. 16. d Is. 13. 6,-9. Lu. 17. 27, 28, 29. & 21. 34, 35. Jo Col. 4.3.2 Th. 3. 1. p Ro. 16. 16. Or, adjure. Col. . Tb. 1. 9. Je. 13. 21. Ho. 13. 19,
14. 16. QTB. 8, 14. Ro. 10, 20, 24, .3. 8. "
- Ro. 13. 12.
I THE SECOND EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE,
D. 54. A. D. 54. before the day of the Lord come. 15 1 Saint Paul certificth them of the good
And thereupon repertoth his former opinion which he hal of their faith,
exhortation, and prayeth fur them. love, and patience : 11 and therewithal
al Th. 4. Now we beseech you, bret:useth divers Frusons for the comfort.
W ren, aby the coming of our ing of them in persecution, whereof the chiefest is taken from the righteous
) Mat. 21. Lord Jesus Christ, band by our judgment of God.
31. Ma. 13.
gathering together unto him, PAUL, a and Silvanus, and Ti.
2 c That ye be not soon shaken
17. motheus, unto the church of
in mind, or be troubleil, neither
c Mat. 24. the Thessalonians bin God our 6 1 Th.1.1.
by spirit, nor by word, nor by
4. Ep.5.6. Father and the Lord Jesus Christ:
letter as trom us, as that the day
1 Jo. 4. 1. 2 c Grace unto you, and peace, cl Co.1.3.
of Christ is at hand.
IdMat. 21. from Go«l our Father and the
3 d Let no man deceive you by
4. Ep. 5. 6. Lord Jesus Christ.
any means: for that day shall not 3d We are bound to thank God di Th.1.2,
1 Ti. 4.1.
come, & except there come a fallalways for you, brethren, as it is 3.& 3. 6, 9. f Da 7.25.
| ing away first, and f that man of meet, because that your faith
ch. 2. 13. 1 Jo. 2. 18.
sin be revealed, the son of per
Re. 13. 11, groweth exceedingly, and the
dition; charity of every one of you all to
4 Who opposeth and hexalteth
& John 17. ward each other abrundeth;
himself i above all that is called
12. 4 So that we ourselves glory in 2Co.7.14.
God, or that is worshipped ; so
h Is.14.13. you in the churches of God, for &9.2.1 Th.
that he, as God, sittelh in the
Ez. 23. 2.6, your patience and faith
2. 19, 20. in all
temple of God, shewing himself your persecutions and tribula
If ITh.1.3. & 11. 36. that he is God. tions that ye endure:
&1 Th. 2. Re. 13. 6.
5 Remember ye not, that when 5 Which is ha manifest token
li 1 Co.8.6. I was yet with you, I told you of the righteous judginent of God,
these things? that ye may be counted worthy
6 And now ye know what I withof the kingdom of God, i for lilTh.2.14. holdeth. holdeth that he might be revealwhich ye also suffer:
ed in his time. 6 Seeing it is a righteous thing
7 For the mystery of iniquity
10. & 1.3. with God to recompense tribula
doth already work: only he who tion to them that trouble you;
now letteth will let, until he be 7 And to you, who are troubled,
taken out of the way. I rest with us, when m the Lord l I Re.14.13. m Job 4.9.18 And then shall that Wicked Jesus shall be revealed from m 1 Th. 4.
Is. 11. 4. be revealed, I whom the Lord
m 1 Th. 4. Ho.6.5.Re. ! heaven with this mighty angels, 16.Jude14. 2.16. & 19.
shall consume m with the spirit of 8 n In flaming fire taking ven- + Gr. the 15, 20, 21.
his mouth, and shall destroy nwith geance on the othat know not angels of Inch. 1.8.9.
the brightness of his coming: God, and Pthat obey not the gos- his power. He. 10. 27.
9 Even him, whose coming is pel of our Lord Jesus Christ:
O after the working of Satan, with
n He. 10. John 8. 94 Who shall be punished with 27.& 12.29. 41. Ep.2.2.
all power, and p signs, and lying everlasting destruction from the 2 Pe. 3. 7. Re. 18. 23.
wonders, presence of the Lord, and r from Re. 21. 8. See De.
10 And with all deceivableness the glory of his power;
? Or, 13. 1. Mat.
1 of unrighteousness in them that 10 . When he shall come to be yieldin?. 121. 21. Re. I perish; because they received not glorified in his saints, and to be o Ps. 29. 6. 13.13.& 19.
the love of the truth, that they alinired in all them that believe 11 Th. 4. 6.121.
might be saved. (because our testimony among
192C0.2.15. 11 Aud for this cause God
p Ro. 2. 8. & 4.3. you was believed) in that day.
shall send them strong delusion, 11 Wherefore also we pray al
Sthat they should believe a lie: ways for you, that our God would
2 Pe. 3. 7. &c. See 1
12 That they all might be damn14 count you worthy of this call De. 33.2. Ki. 22. 22. ed who believed not the truth, ing, and fulfil all the good pleas
19.2.19.ch. Ez. 14. 9. but I had pleasure in unrighteure of his goodness, and the 2.8.
Mat.21.5, work of faith with power:
• Ps, 89. 7.
11.1 Ti.4.1. 13 But u we are bound to give 12 y That the name of our Lord
t Ro. 1. 32. thanks always to God for you, Jesus Christ may be glorified in
39. uch. 1. 3. I brethren beloved of the Lord, beyou, and ye in him, according to
11 Th.1.4. cause God hath y from the bethe grace of our God, and the
ginning chosen you to salvation, Lord Jesus Christ.
u ver. 5.
z through sanctification of the CHAP. II.
11Th.1.3.1 Pe. 1. 2.
Spirit, and belief of the truth:
14 Whereunto he called you by 1 He willcth them to continua steadfas! yi Pe. 1.7. a John 17. in the truth received, 3 shereta thu!! & 4. 14. 1 Th.2,
our gospel, to the obtaining of there shall be a departure from the
12.1 Pe. 5. the glory of our Lord Jesus faith, 9 and a discovery of antichrist,
The apostle desireth their prayers. CHAP. I. The idle and disorderly censured.
15 Therefore, brethren, Ostand | A. D. 54. A. D. 54. , 7 For yourselves know mliow ye fast, and hold the traditions
cught to follow us: for n we bewhich ye have been taught, whe
101 Co. 16. m 1 Co. 4.
haved not ourselves disorderly ther by word, or our epistle.
among you; "Now our Lord Jesus Christ cl Co. 11. I Th.1.6,7.
8 Neither did we eat any man's himself, and God, even our Fa
2. ch, 3. 6.11 TA. 2.1
bread for nought; but o wrought ther, which hath loved us, and Idch. 18.104.22.168.
with labour and travail night and hair given us everlasting conso-elJo.4.10. O Ac. 18.3.
day, that we might not be chargelation and f good hope through
Re. 1. 5. & 20. 84. 2
able to any of you:
si Pe. 1.3. Co. ll. 9. prace,
9 p Not because we have not
1 Th. 2. 9. 17 Comfort your hearts, & and & 1 Co.1.8.
power, but to make yourselves an stablish yoil in every rood word I Th. 3.13. p 1 Co.3.6.
ensample unto you to follow us. and work.
1 Pe. 5. 10.1 Th. 2. 6.
10 For even when we were with CHAP. III.
a Ep. 6 19. & ver. 7. you, this we commanded you, 1 He craveth their prayers for himself,
Col. 4.3 11 Ge 3. 19.
that if any would not work, nei3 testifieth what confidence he hath in
Th. 5, 25. 1 Th. 4.11. ther should he eat. them, 5 maketh request to God in their + Gr. l.
U For we hear that there are behalf, 6 give them divers precepts, may run. tspecially to shun idlences, and ill com
121 Th.4.11. | some s which walk among you pany, 16 and last of all concludesh
disorderly, working not at all, urith prayer and suction,
+ Gr. 1 Pe. 4. 15. but are busy-bodies. FINALLY, brethren, a pray for
« 1 Th. 4. | 12 u Now them that are such we Tus, that the word of the Lord c Ac.28.24. 11.
command and exhort by our Lord + may have free course, and be Ro. 10. 16. Ep. 4.28. Jesus Christ, that with quietglorified, even as it is with you; di Co.1.9.
ness they work, and eat their own 2 And that we may be deliver 1 Th.5.24. y Ga. 6. 9. / bread. ed from tunreasonable and wick-le John 17. Or,
13 But ye, brethren, y he not ed inen: c for all men have not 15.2Pe.2 9. faint not. weary in well-doing. faith.
f 2 Co. 7.1 Or, sig.
14 And if any mau obey not our 3 Bzt a the Lord is faithful, who 16. Ga. 5. nify that
word by this epistle, note that sha!! stablish you, and e keep 10. man by an man, and I have no company with you from evil.
him, that he may be ashamed. 4 Aud f we have confidence in 18.
' Mat. 18. 15 a Yet count him not as an enthe Lord touching you, that ye
! Or, the
emy, b but admonish him as a both do and will do the things
19,11. ver.o. brother.
patience which we command vou.
of Christ, a Le.19.17. 16 NowCthe Lord of peace him5 And & the Lord direct your 1 Th. 1. 3. 1 Th. 5.14. self give you peace always by all hearts into the love of God, and l Ro. 16.15 Tit. 3.10. meaus. The Lord be with you into the patient waiting for 17. ver.14. Ro. 15.33.
| all. Christ.
1 Ti. 6.5.& 16. 20.
17 d The salutation of Paul with 6 Now we command you, breth 2 Jo. 10. 1 Co.14.33.
mine own hand, which is the toren, in the name of our Lord Je
i 1Co.5.11, 2 Co.13.11.
ken in every epistle : so I write.
13. sus Christ, h that ye withdraw
1 Th. 5.23. 18 & The grace of our Lord Je
K1 Th. 4. yourselves i from every brother
1. & 5.11.101 Co. 16. sus Christ be with you all. Amen. that walketh k disorderly, and not
ver. 11, 12, 21. Col. 4. T The second epistle to the Thesafter I the tradition which he re- 14.
salonians, was written from ceived of us.
| ich. 2. 15. le Ro.16.24. ! Athens.
9 THE FIRST EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE,
A. D. 63. A. D. 65. 1 est charge some that they teach
no other doctrine, 1 Timothy 1$ put in mind of the charac a Ac. 9.15.1 Ca.1.6,7. which was given unto hin by Paul
4 i Neither give heed to fables
Ga. 1.1,11. ch. 6.3,10, et his going to Macedonia, 5 of the
and endless genealogies, which
| 1 ch. 2.3.6 li ch. 4.7. right use and end of the la:. ll 01 ch.
minister questions, rather than Saint Paul's calling to be an apostle,
4.10. Tit.1. 6.4,20.2Ti.
3.&2.10. 2. 11,16,23. godly edifying which is in faith 20 and of Hymeneus and Alexander.
3. 1. Jude Tit.1 11. so do. PAUL, an apostle of Jesus
5 Now? the end of the command. 1 Christ aby the commandmente coll. ch. 6. 4. ment is charity mout of a pure bof God our Saviour, and Lord!
Ro, 13. 8, heart, and of a good conscience, Jesus Christ, which is our
d Ac. 16.1. 10. Ga. 5. and of faith inligned:
1 Co. 4.17.11 hope;
Phi. 2. 19.
6. Frem which some having 2 Unto Timothy, my own son 1 Th. 3. 2.
m 2 Ti. 2.
swerved, have turned aside uuto
22. in the faith; í Grace, mercy, and
6 Tit. 1. 4.
n vain jangling;
Or, not peace, from God our Father and
f Ga. 1. 3. aiming at.
| 7 Desiring to be teachers of the Jesus Christ our Lord.
2 Ti. 1. 2. a ch. B. 4,
law; understandinheither what 3 As I besought thee to abide i Pe. 1. 2. 20.
they say, nor whereofthey affirm. still at Ephesus, 6 when I went Ac. 20.1.ach. 6. 4. 18 Bit We know that P the law is into Macedonia, that thou might- i 3.Phi.2.24.1p Ro. 7.12. good, if a man ise it lawfully;