« הקודםהמשך »
of Saint Paul's calling
Of bishops and deacons. 9 Knowing this, that the law is | A. D. 65. A. D. 65. 4. Who will have all men to be not made for a righteous man, but for the lawless and disobedi
q Ga. 3.19. e Ez.18.23.
saved, and to come unto the & 5. 23. John 3. 16,
knowledge of the truth. ent, for the ungodly and for sin
7 ch.6.3. 2 17. Tit. 2. 1.5 & For there is one God, and ners, for unholy and profane, for
protane, for Ti.4.3. Tit. 11.2Pe.8.9. one mediator between God and murderers of fathers, and mur- 1.9. & 2. 1.1f Johr. 17. men, the man Christ Jesus; derers of mothers, for manslayers,
13.2Ti.2.25. 6 i Who gave himself a rensom 10 For whoremonyers, for them
t 1Co.9.17. Ro. 3. 29.
for all, Alto be testified l in due that defile themselves with man
S0.&10.12. time. kind, for men-stealers, for liars, Col. 1. 25. Ga. 3. 20. | 7 m Whereunto I am ordained a for perjured persons, and if there
1 Th! 2. 4. h He. 8.6.
preacher and an apostle, (nl be any other thing that is con- ch.2.7.2Ti.& 9. 15..
speak the truth in Christ, and lie trary to sound doctrine,
1.11. Tit 1. i Mat. 20.
not,) a teacher of the Geutiles 11 According to the glorious
in faith and verity. 45. Ep.1.7.
u 2 Co. 12. gospel of the blessed God which
Tit. 2. 14. 1 8 I will therefore that men prav was committed to my trust.
* 1 Co.1.6. Pevery where,
lifting up holy 12 And I thank Christ Jesuis our
y 2 Co.3.5,
2 Th. 1.10. hands, without wrath and doub: Lord, u who hath enabled me,
6. & 4. 1.1
• 2 Ti. 1. 8. ing. for that he counted me faithful, toli 25.18 Or, a 9 In like manner also, that "woy putting me into the ministry; + Ac. 8.3.11
testimony. men adorn themselves in modest 13 - Who was before a blas
&91. IC..12 Ro. 5. 6.
apparel, with shamefacedness and phemer, and a persecutor, and in- | 15. 9. Phi.
sobriety; not with I lroidered
1.9.& 3.5. jurious: but I obtained mercy, 3.6.
Tit. 1. 3.
hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly because al did it ignorantly in a Lu 23.34.
John 9. 39. m Ep. 3, 7,
10 But (which becometh wo. 14 b And the grace of our Lord
41. Ac. 3. 22.214.171.124.
men professing godliness) with wits exceeding abundant c with
17. & 26.9. n Ro. 9. 1.
good works. taith dand love which is in Christ
Ro. 5. 20. o Ro.11.13.
1Co. 15.10.& 15. 16. Let the woman learn in si. Jesus.
c 2Ti.1.13. Ga. 1. 16. lence with all subjection. 15 e This is a faithful saying,
a 7471p Mal. 1. 12 But I suffer not a woman to and worthy of all acceptation,
11. John 4.teach, unor to usurp authority that I Christ Jesus came into the
21. | 4.9.2 Ti.2.11
over the man, but to be in siworld to save sinners; of whom Tit 3. Ps.131.2.
lence. I am chief.
Ts. 1. 15. 13 For Adam was first formed, 16 Howbeit, for this cause I 13. Ma. 2. r 1 Pe. 3.3. then Eve. obtained inercy, that in me first 17. Lu. 5.1 Or, 14 And y Adam was not deceivJesus Christ might shew forth all 32. & 19.10. plaited.
ed, but the woman being deceivJong-suflering, for a pattern to Ro. 5. 8. 1 s 1 Pe. 3.4.
Ied was in the transgression. them which should bereafter be- Jo.3. 3. ! 1 Co. 14. 15 Notwithstandiner she shall lieve on him to life everlasting. & 2 Co.4.1.31.
be saved in child-bearing, if they 17 Now unto ithe King eternal, Ac. 13. u Ep.5,24.
continue in faith, and charity, and * immortal, 'invisible, ṁ the only
holiness, with sobriety. wise God, o be honour and glory
i Ps.10.16. & 2, 18, 22.
CHAP. III. for ever and ever. Amen.
Da. 7. 14. y Ge. 3. 6. 2 How bishops, and deacons, and their 18 This charge o I commit unto
ch.6.15, 16. 2 Co. 11. 3.
wires should be qualified, 14 and to thee, son Timothy, Paccording to
& Ro. 1. 23. a ch. 1. 15.
what end Saint Paul wrote to Timo. the prophecies which went before 1.John1.18 Ac. 20.29.
thy of these things. 15 of the church, on thee, that thou by them inight He. 11. 27. Phi. 1. 1.
and the blessed truth therein laughs est ! war a good warfare;
1 Jo. 4. 12. c Ep. 4.12.
and professed. 19 Holding faith and a good
m Ro. 16. Tit. 1. 6,
THIS a is a true saying, If a conscience, which some having 27.Jude 25. &c.
1 man desire the office of a put a way, concerning faith shave
n1Ch.2. e ch. 6. 9.
o bishop, he desireth a good made shipwreck:
c work. 20 Of whom is Hymenens and och. 6. 13, modest. 24 A bishop then must be blame. u Alexander; whom I have de 14,20.2 Ti 127.2.21. less, ethe husband of one wife, livered unto Satan, that they may
2. 2. ever. 8.1
vigilant, sober, I of good behavlearn not to y blaspheme.
pch. 4. 14 Tit. 1. 7.
iour, given to hospitality, fapt to CHAP. II.
q ch. 6. 12. # Or, 1 That it is meet to pray and give
2 Ti. 2.3.& Not ready
teach; 4. 7. to quarrel,
| 38 || Not given to wine, a no thanks for all men, and the reason
striker, inot greedy of filthy luwhy. 9 How women should be at
sch. 6. 9. 1070ng, as cre; but patient; not a brawler, lined. 12 They are not permitted to
1 2 Pi.2.17.
one in 15 They shall be saved, not
wine. withstanding the testimonies of God's
u 2Ti.2.14. 12T1.2.21.
4 One that ruleth well his own wrath, in child-birth, if they continue 1 Co.5.5.1
house, Thaving his children in
Pe.5.2. mn farth.
y Ac.13.45. 2Ti.2.4.
subjection with all gravity; EXHORT therefore, that,
!! Or, 1 Tit. 1. 6.
5 (For if a man know not how to I first of all, supplications, pray
rule his own house, how shall be ers, intercessions, and giving of
take care of the church of God ?) thanks be made for all men : 10. Je.29.7. come to the 6 Not la novice, lest being 2 a For kings, and for all that
o Ro. 13. 1.
lifted up with pride m he fall into are in l authority; that we may
m ls. 11.12. IN Or, emin Ac. 22.12.
the condemnation of the devil. lend a quiet and peaceable life in
nent place. 1 Co. 5. 12.
7 Moreover, he must have a good all godliness and honesty.
c Ro. 12. 2. ITh. 4. 12.
report n of them which are with3 For this is good and accept
ch. 5. 4. ch. 6. 9.
out; lest he fall into reproach able in the sight d of God our Saviour;
2 Ti. 1. 9. IP Ac. 6.3. | 8 Likewise must Pthe deacons
of departure from the faith. CHAP. IV, V. Sundry rules to be observed be grave, not double-tongued, i A. D. 65. A. D. 65. A little : I but godliness is profit. 9 not given to much wine, not
able unto all things, Thaving greedy of filthy lucre;
ver. 3. Or,
promise of the life that now is,
Le. 10. 9. for a little 9 Holding the mystery of the
Ez. 44. 21. time.
and of that which is to come. faith in a pure conscience.
reh. 1. 19. ch. 6. 6.
9 This is a faithful saying, and 10 And let these also first be l'it. 2. 3.
worthy of all acceptation. proved; then let them
Ps. 37. 4. use the 1 See Mat.
& 84.11. &
10 For therefore we both laoffice of a deacon, being found
112. 2, 3.
bour and sutier reproach, because blameless.
|| Or, min
& 145. 19. We trust in the living God who 11 $ Even so must their wives
is the Saviour of all men, espeMat. 6. 33.
u Ep. 2.21, be grave, not slanderers, sober,
cially of those that believe. faithful in all things.
2. Ma. 10.30. 20.
11 y These things command ani !2 Let the deacons be the hus #Or, stay.
Ro. 8. 23. teach. bands of one wife, ruling their * John i.sch. 1. 15.1 12 - Let no man despise thy children and their owu honses 14.1J0 1.2.1 ICo.4.11, youth; but a be thou an example well.
+ Gr. ma-12.
of the believers, in word, in con13 For they that have used nifcsted. Juch. 6. 17. versation, in charity, in spirit, in the office of a deacon well, pur
y Mat. 8.1
faith, in purity. chase to themselves a good de- 10:37 & 107. 2, 6, 13 Till I coine, give attendance gree, and great boldness in the 26. & 16.8.&c.
to reading to exhortation, to faith which is in Christ Jesus. 9. Ro. 1.4. y ch. 6. 2. doctrine.
14 These things write I unto | 1 Pe. 3. 18. & 1 Co. 16. 14 Neglect not the gift that is thee, hoping to come unto thee 1 Jo. 5. 6, 11. Tit. 2. in thee, which was given thee shortly :
chy prophecy, d with the laying 15 But if I tarry long, that thou
> Mat. 28. la Tit. 2. 7.
on of the hands of the presbytery. ma yest know how thou oughtest
1 Pe, 5.3. Lu. 2.13.& 1.
15 Meditate upon these things; to behave thyself u in the house 24. 4. Joh 16 2 Ti. 1.6. give thyself wholly to them; that of God, which is the church of 20. 12. Ep. e. 1. 18. thy profiting may appear to all. the living God, the pillar and 3.10.1 Ped Ac. 6. 6. 16 ? Take heed unto thyself, and 1 ground of the truth.
1. 12. & 8. 17. &
unto the doctrine; continue in 16 And without controversy. a Ac. 10. 13.3. & 19.
them: for in doing this thou shalt great is the mystery of godli
34.& 13.46, 6. ch.5.22.
both s save thyself, and 6 them ness: * God was t manifest in the
48. Ga.2.8. 2 Ti. 1. 6.
that hear thee. flesh, y justified in the Spirit,
Ro. 10. 18. all things.
CHAP. V. > seen of angels, preached unto Col. 1. 27, e Ac. 20.28.
1 Rules to be observed in reproving. 3 the Gentiles, o believed on in the 24. ch. 2.7.f Ez. 33.9.
Of toidows. 17 Of elders. 23 A preworld, creceived up into glory.
cept for Timothy's health. 24 Some CHAP. IV. 23.
men's sins go before unto judgment, 1 Co. 9. 22.
and some men's do follow after. 1 He foretelleth that in the latter times Ac. 1. 19.
REBUKE a not an elder, but there shall be a departure from the faith. 6 And to the end that Timo.
1 entreat him as a father; and thy might not fail in doing his duty,
the younger men as brethren; he furnisheth him with divers pre
2 The elder women as mothers;
3. 2 Ti.3.1. kindness. cepts belonging thereto.
&c. 2Pe.3. c See Ge. the younger as sisters, with all N OW the Spirit a speaketh ex- 126.96.36.199. 45. 10, 11. purity. pressly, that bin the latter Jude 4, 18. Mat. 15. 4.
3 Honour widows that are times some shall depart from the
61 Pe.1.20. Ep.6.1, 2.
widows in faith, giving heed cto seducing
c 2T1.3.13. d ch. 2. 3. 4 But if any widow have chilspirits, dand doctrines of devils;
2 Pe. 2. 2. 1Co.7.32.
dren or nephews, let them learn 2 & Speaking lies in hypocrisy: d Da. 11 35. & 18.1.
first to sbew piety at home, and Shaving their conscience seared
cto requite their parents : d for with a hot iron;
that is good and acceptable be36 Forbidding to marry, hande Mat.7.15."
5 h Ja. 5. 5.
fore God. commanding to abstain from | Ro. 16. 18. Or, 5 e Now she that is a widow inmeats, which God hath created 2 Pe. 2. 3. delicately.
deed, and desolate, trusteth in ito be received with thanksgiv
IS Ep.4.19. i ch. 1.3.&
God, and f continueth in suppli
& Co.7.28, 4. 11. & 6. ing of them which believe and
30, 38. Col. 17.
cations and prayers 8 night and know the truth.
2. 20, 21. Is. 58. 7.
dav. 4 For levery creature of God is He. 13. 4. Ga. 6. 10.
6 h But she that liveth in pleasgood, and nothing to be refused, h Ro. 14.3, Or, ure, is dead while she liveth. if it be received with thanksgiv
17. 1 Co. 8. Kindred,
7 i And these things give in ing:
1 2 Ti. 3.5.1 charge, that they may be blame5 For it is sanctified by the word
& 9. 3. of God, and prayer
8 But if any provide not for his 6 If thou put the brethren in re- i Co.10.30.17.
own, and especially for those of inembrance of these things, thou m
his own | house, ? he hath denied s , thon 7 Ro.14.14. # Or, shalt be a good minister of Jesus 20. 1Co.10. chosen. the faith, mand is worse than an Christ, mnourished up in the 25. Tit. 1. n Lu. 2.36. inficlel. words of faith and of good doc
9 Let not a widow be taken trine, whereunto thou hast at
m 2 Ti, 3.0 Ac.16.15. into the number under threescore
| 14, 15. He. 13. 2. tained.
years old, n having been the wife 7 But refuse profane and old
n ch.1.4.4 1 Pe 4. 9.
of one man, wives' fables, and exercise thy- | 2. 16, 23.& & 19 2.Lu.
10 Well reported of for good self rather unto godliness,
4.4. Tit. 1. 7. 38, 44.
works; if she have brought up S For phodily exercise profiteth 14.
John 13. 5. children, if she have lodged o He. 5. 14. p I Co. 8. 8. Col. 2. 23. 14.
strangers, if she have pwashed
Ro. 14. 6. m Mat. 18.
of the duty of servants. the saints' feet, if she have re- A. D. 65. A. D. 65. 1 own masters worthy of all honlieved the afflicted, if she have
our, that the name of God and diligently followed every good
5 Is. 52. 5.
his doctrine be not blasphemed.
Ro. 2. 24. Work.
2 And they that have believing
Tit. 2. 5,8. 11 But the younger widows re
c Col. 4. 1.
masters, let them not despise fuse : for when they have been
them, cbecause they are brethto wax wanton against Christ,
believing. ren; but rather do the service, they will marry;
d ch. 4. 11. because they are l faithful and 12 Having damnation, because
ech. 1. 3. beloved, partakers of the benefit. they have cast off their first faith.
d These things teach and exhort. 13 7 And withal they learn to be 2T
188.8.131.52 Ti. l. 13.
3 If any man teach otherwise,
& 4.3. Tit. idle, wandering about from house
and consent f not to wholesome
1. 9. to house; and not only ille, but
6 Tit. 1. 1.
words, even the words of our tattlers alsoand busybodies,
A Or, Lord Jesus Christ, and to the speaking things which they ought
a fool. doctrine which is according to noi.
h 1 Co.6.2. godliness, 14 "I will therefore that the ri Co. 7.9. ch. 1. 7.
4 He is i proud, h knowing nothyounger women marry, bear chil
u Or, sick. I ing, but doting about i questions dren, guide the house, sgive none
sch. 6. 1. ich. I, 4.
and strifes of words, whereof occasion to the adversary I to Tit. 2. 8.
Tit. 3. 9.
cometh envy, strife, railings, evil speak reproachfully.
+ Gr. 1 Co, 11. surmisings, 15 For some are already turned for their 16. ch. 1.6. 5 Perverse disputings of !men aside after Satan.
railing. Or, of corrupt minds, and destitute 10 If any man or woman that
Gallings of the truth, I supposing that believeth have widlows, let them
gain is godliness: * from such
another. relieve them, and let not the
12 Ti.3.8. church be charged; that it may
16 But o godliness with content
m Tit.l.11. relieve them that are widows tver. 3,5.12 Pe. 2.3. | ment is great gain. indeed.
n Ro. 16. 7 For p we brought nothing into 17 u Let the elders that ruleu Ro. 184.108.40.206Ti.3.5. this work, and it is certain we Well, I be counted worthy of 1 Co. 9, 10, o Ps.37.16. can carry nothing out. double honour, especially they
14. Ga.6.6. Pr. 15. 16. 8 And having food and raiwho labour iu the word and doc
Phi. 2. 29.& 16.8.He. ment, let us be there with con
1Th. 5. 12, 13. 5. trine.
13. He. 13. p Job 1.21.
tent. 18 For the scripture saith, Thou 7, 17. Ps. 49. 17.
:12:19 But they that will be rich, shalt no muzzle the ox that tread
fall into temptation, sand a snare, eth out the corn. And, 2 The
Ec. 5. 15. and into many foolish and hurtlabourer is worthy of his reward. y De. 25.4.1 Ge.28.20. ful lusts, I which drown meu in 19 Against an elder receive not
1 Co. 9. 9. He, 13. 5. destruction and perdition au accusation, but a before two
Le. 19.13.1r Pr.15.27. 10 u For the love of inoney 19 or three witnesses.
De. 24. 14, & 20.21.&
the root of all evil: which while 20 Them that sin rebuke before
15. Mat.10.28.20. Mat.
some coveted after, they have all, that others also may fear.
10. Lu. 10. 13. 22. Ja.
erred from the faith, and pierced 21 dl charge thee betore God,
sch. 3. 7. themselves through with many and the Lord Jesus Christ, and
under. the elect angels, that thou observe
u Ex. 23.8. 11 But thou, yo man of God, these things I without preferring
a De. 19.15. De. 16. 19. flee these things; and follow after one before another, doing nothing
6 Ga.2. 11.Ju Or, beer
righteousness, godliness, faith, by partiality.
14. Tit. 1. seduced,
love, patience, meekness.
* 2Ti.2.22. 22 e Lay bands suddenly on no
y De. 33.1.
12 - Fight the good fight of faith, man, f neither be partaker ofc De. 13.11.2 Ti. 3. 17. a lay hold on eternal life, whereother men's sis: keep thyself ld ch. 6. 13.121C0.9.2), unto thou art also called, band pure.
2 Ti. 2. 14.26.ch.1.18. hast professed a good profession 23 Drink no longer water, but & 4. 1. 2 Ti. 4. 7. before many witnesses. use a little wine & for thy ston
Ja Phi.3.12, ! Or,
13 cl give thee charge in the
14. ver.19. ach's sake, and thine often in
sight of God, d who quickeneth
b He.13.23. firmities.
prejudice. c ch. 5. 21.
all things, and before Christ Je24 Some men's sins are open
sus, e who before Pontius Pilate beforchand, gong before to juus & 13.3. ch. 1 Sa. 2. 6. witnessed a good il confession; ment: and some men they follow 4. 11. 2 Ti. John 5.21. 14 That thou keep this coinafter.
e Mat. 27. mandinent without spot, unre25 Likewise also the good works 12 Jo. 11. 11. Johnle.bukable, f until the appearing of of some are manifest beforehand; & Ps. 101. & 3. 14.
37. Rе.1.5. our Lord Jesus Christ : and they that are otherwise can- 15.
15 Wbich in his times he shall
Or, to be hid.
h Ga. 5.19. profession.
shew, who is the blessed and CHAP. VI.
If Phi 1.6,
only Potentate, the King of 1 of the duty of servants. 3 Not to
io. 1 Th.3. kings, and Lord of lords; have felluleship with nerd-fangled
13. & 5. 23. 16 i Who only hath iminortality, teachers. 6 Godliness is great gain,
E ch. 1. 11, dwelling in the light which no 10 and love of money the root of all
may can approach unto: kwhom euil, 11 What Timothy is to fly, and
a Re. 17.14. what to follow, 17 and whereof tu
no man hath seen, nor can see;
& 19. 16. admonish the rich. 20 To keep the
Ito whom be honour and power
i ch. 1. 17. purity of true doctrine, and lu avoid Ep. 6. 5. Ex.33.20.
everlasting. Amen. prafan janghnt's.
Col. 3. 22. John 6. 40.
40: 17 Charge them that are rich T ET as many a servants as are Tit. 2. 9. II En. 3. 21. in this world, that they be not under tbe yoke count their l Pe. 2. 18. Phi. 4. 20. Jude 25. Re. 1. 6. & 4. 11. & 7. 12.
Paul's love to Timothy.
CHAP. 1. II. high-minded, m nor trust in A, D, 65. A. D. 66. t nuncertain riches, but in the living God, P who giveth us rich
m Job 31. u ver. 12.
21. Ps. 52. ly all things to enjoy;
7. & 62.10. Tit. 1. 9. 18 That they do good, that
they be rich in good works, Lu. 12. 21. ready to distribute, I willing + Gr y ch, 1.4,6. to communicate;
the uncer &4.7. 2Ti. 19. Laying up in store for them tainty of 2. 14,16,23.
Tit.1.14.& selves a good loundation against
n Pr. 23.5. 3. 9. ol Th. 1.9. ch.3. 15. & 4. 10. p Ac. 14. 17. & 17. 25. . ch. 1. 6.
Lu. 12. 21. ch.5. 10. Tit. 3.8. Ja.2.5. Ro. 12. 13. 19. 2 Ti. 2. i Or, sociable. Ga. 6. 6. He. 13. 16. & Mat. 6. 20. 18. & 19. 21, Lu. 12. 33. & 16.9.
of sicadfastness. the time to come, that they may ulay hold on eternal life.
20 Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, y avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called; 21 Which some professing,
have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen. I The first to Timothy was writ
ten from Laodicea, which is the chiefest city of Phrygia Pacatiana.
I THE SECOND EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE,
A. D. 66. A. D. 66. in Christ Jesus #before the world Paul's love to Timothy, and the un.
Ro. 16. feigned faith which was in Timothy
10 But yis now made manifest
18 Bit vis now mode
25. Ep.1.4. himself, his mother, and grandmother.
by the appearing of our Saviour
Dy 6 He is exhorted to stir up the gift of
1.2. 1 Pe.l.
Jesus Christ, who hath abolishGod which was in him, 8 to be stead.
ed death, and hath brought life fast, and patient in persecution, 13 and
y Ro.16.26. and immortality to light through to persist in the form and truth of Chat doctrine which he had learned of
Ep. 1. 9. the gospel :
Col. 1. 26. 11 & Whereunto I am appointed him. 15 Phygel!ks and Hermogenes,
Tit. 1. 3. il a preacher, and an apostle, and and such like, are noted, and Onesiph. orus is highly commended.
Pe. 1. 20. I a teacher of the Gentiles. PAUL, &an a postle of Jesus a 2 Co.1.1.
1 Co. 15. 12 For the which cause I also Christ by the will of God, ac
suffer these things: neverthe
Ep. 3. 6. 2. 14. cording to the promise of life
less I am not ashamed: c for I
Tit. 1. 2. & Ac. 9.15. which is in Christ Jesus,
know whom I have I believed,
He. 9. 25. Ep. 9. 7, 8. 2 c To Timothy, my dearly be
and am persuaded that he is able citi, 1.2.1 Ti. 2. 7.
to d keep that which I have comloved son: Grace, mercy, and peace, from God the Father and
mitted unto him 6 Ep. 3. 1.
e against that Ep. 1. 26. 19 Christ Jesus our Lord.
. ch. 2. 9. 3 d I thank God, e whom I serve
& Ac. 22. 3.1. Pe 4.19. 13 f Hold fast the form of
& 23. 1. & from my forefathers with pure
A sound words, i which thou hast
24.14.&27. conscience, that s without ceas
heard of me, in faith and love 3. Ro.1.9.'
which is in Christ Jesus. ing I have remembrance of thee in my prayers night and day;
le ver. 18.
14 ? That good thing which was 4 6 Greatly desiring to see thee,
ch. 4. 8. committed unto thee keep by the being mindful of thy tears, that I
Holy Ghost m which dwelleih in may be filled with joy;
gch.4.9,21. Tit. 1. 9. us. 5 When I call to remembrance
hl Ti. 1.6. He. 10. 23. 15 This thou knowest, that all # the unfeigned faith that is in
& 4. 6. Re. 2. 25. they which are in Asia be turnthee, which dwelt first in thy
ed away from me; of whom are
& 6. 17. Phygellus and Hermogenes. grandmother Lois, and i thy mo X1Th.5.19.
'In 1 Ti.1.10. ther Eunice; and I am persuaded 1 Ti. 4. 14.
16 The Lord P give mercy unto that in thee also.
? the house of Onesiphorus; for 6 Wherefore I put thee in re- l m Lu. 21.12 1T1.1.14. I not ashamed of my chain:
he oft refreshed me, and was membrance, that thou stir up 49. Ac. 1.8.11 Ti.6.20. the gift of God, which is in thee
17 But, when he was in Rome,
n Ro. 1.16. m Ro.8.11. by the putting on of my hands.
he sought me out very diligently, 1 For I God hath not given us
o1T1.2. 6. In Ac.19.10.
and found me.
Re. 1. 2. och. 4. 10, the spirit of fear; " but of power,
18 The Lord grant unto him and of love, and of a sound mind.
u that he may find mercy of the Phi. 1, 7. p Mat. 5.7.
Lord # in that day: and in how 8 » Be not thou therefore a. shamed of the testimony of our
many things he v ministered unto Lord, nor of me p his prisoner:
ch. 4. 5. r Philem.
me at Ephesus, thou knowest very
well. 9 but be thou partaker of the af- r 1 Ti, 1.1. flictions of the gospel according
1 Ac.28. 20. to the power of God;
1 He is exhorted arair to constancy and 9 Who hath saved us, and He. 3. 1.
perseverance, and to do the duty of a
u Mat. 25. scalled us with an holy calling, 1 Ro. 3. 20. 34,-40.
faithful servant of the Lord in dininot according to our works, but
ding the word aright, and staying pro. &9.11. Tit. 2 Th. 1.
fane and vgin babblings. 17 of Hyaccording to his own purpose 3. 6. 10. ver. 12.
meneus and Philotus. 19 The founand grace, which was given us I u Ro. 8.28.ly He. 6.10. dation of the Lord is sur. 22 He is
first, mustu Ga. 6.1.
Exhortations to constancy, &c. II. TIMOTHY. Enemies of the truth described.
taught thereof to beware, and what i A. D. 66. A. D. 60. I 20 But in a great house there to follow after, and in what sort the
are not only vessels of gold and Servant of the Lord ought to behave a l Ti, 1.2. Ti.3.15.
of silver, but also of wood and ef himself.
I ch. 1.2. 1 Ro. 9. 21.
earth; land some to honour, and THOU therefore, a my son, 6 be
c ch.1. 13.52. 11.
some to dishonour. 1 strong in the grace that is in & 3. 10. 14. n ch.3. 17. 121 m If a man therefore purge Christ Jesus.
#Or, by. Tit. 3. 1. himself from these, he shall be a 2 And the things that thou 11Ti.1.18.o 1T1.6.11. vessel unto honour, sanctified, hast heard of me i among many el Ti.3.2. p Ae. 9.14. and meet for the master's use, witnesses, d the same commit Tit. 1.9.. 11 Co. l. 2. and n prepared unto every good thou to faithful men, who shall
4.5. be e able to teach others also.
& 4. 12.
| 22 Flee also youthful lusts: but 31 Thou therefore endure har l
In Co.9.25. & 4.7.& 6. follow righteousness, faith, char. ness, as a good soldier of Jesus Co.9.25.4. ver. 18. ity, peace, with them that P call Christ,
Tit. 3. 9. on the Lord 4 out of a pure heart. 4 h No man that warreth en- C0.9.10. Tit. 3. 2. 23 But foolish and unlearned tangleth himself with the affairs
1T1.3.2,3. questions avoid, knowing that of this life; that he may please The hus.
they do gender strifes. him who hath chosen bim to be a bandman
1 Or, for
| 24 And the servant of the Lord soldier.
must not strive; but be gentle 5 And i if a man also strive for
11 Ti. 6. 11. unto all mnen, apt to teach, 1 pamasteries, yet is he not crowned,
of the 1 except he strive lawfully.
1 Ac.8.22. 25 2 In meekness instructing 6 * The husbandman that la
I Ro. 1.3,4.
yl Ti. 2. 1. those that oppose themselves; it boureth must be first partaker of
ch.3.7. Tit. God peradventure will give them the fruits.
1.1. 13. 23.
repentance y to the acknowledg7 Consider what I say; and the mi Co. 16.1 GT: ing of the truth;
awake. Lord give thee understanding in 1, 4, 20.
26 And that they may t recover * 1 Ti. 3.7.
* Ro.2.16.+ Gr. ta themselves ? out of the share of 8 Remember that Jesus Christ, 16 Ac. 9. 16. ken alive. the devil, who are taken captive of the seed or David, m was rais- ch. 1. 12. lal Ti. 4.1. | by himn at his will. ed from the dead, according to p Ep. 3. 1. ch. 4. 3. 2
CHAP. III. my gospel:
Phi. 1. 7. e. 3. 3. 1
| 1 He advertiseth him of the times to 9 Wherein I suffer trouble, as Col.4.3,18. Jo. 2. 18.
come, 6 describeth the enemies of the an evil-doer, Peven unto bonds;
1 Ac. 25.31. Jude 18.
truth, 10 propoundeth unto hinn hos 9 but the word of God is not
Ep. 6. 19, b l'hi.2.21.
own example, 16 and commendeck the Lond.
2. Phi. 1c 221.2.3.
holy scriptures. 10
d Jude 16. Therefore I endure
13, 14. all
THIS know also, that in the things for the elect's sake, s that
Ep. 3.13. el Ti.6.4.
Col. 1. 21. STTi.1.20. last days perilous times shall they may also obtain the salva
$ 2 Co. 1.6.2 Pe. 2. 12 come. tion which is in Christ Jesus with
Ti15. Jude 10. 2 For men shall be lovers of eternal glory.
Ro. 6.6.8. & Ro. 1.30. their own selves, cccvetous. 11. Il is a faithful saying: For
2 Co. 4. 10. h Ro. 1.31. boasters, proud, blasphemers. # if we be dead with him, we shall
Ro.8.17. i Ro. 1. 31. disobedient to parents, unthankalso live with him
1 Pe. 4. 13. # Or, 12 If we suffer, we shall also Mar 10 malebates. 3 ^ Without natural affection, reign with him: vif we deny 33. Ma. 8. Tit. 2. 3. 2 truce-breakers, & false accusers, him, be also will deny us:
38. Lu. 12. 2 Pe. 3.3. * incontinent, fierce, despisers of 13 If we believe not, yet he 9.
12 Pe:2.10. / those that are good, abideth faithful: a he cannot deny + Ro. 3. 3. m Phi. 3.14 Traitors, heady, high-mindbimself.
1 & 9. 6. 119.2 Pe. 2. eu, m lovers of pleasures more 14 of these things put them in
than lovers of God; remembrance, charging them
| 5 Having a form of godliness, before the Lord that they strive
biTi.5.21. n 1 Ti.5.8.
. but n denying the power thereof.
but n Jensiner not about words to no profit, but
& 6.13. ch. Tit. 1. 16.
o from such turn away.
4. 1. to the subverting of the hearers.
6 For Pof this sort are they 15 Sludy to sbew thyself ap
¢1 Ti.1.4.1 Ti. 6. 5.
& 6.4. Tit. p Mat. 23. proved unto God, a workman
which creep into houses, and lead 3. 9. 11. 14. Tit. 1.
captive silly women laden with ihat needeth not to be ashamed, di Ti. 4.7. 11.
sins, led away with divers lusts; rightly dividing the word oftruth.26.20. Tit. 1 Ti. 2.4.17 Ever learning and never able
16 But d sinun profane and vain 1. 14. * Ex.7. 11. to come to the knowledge of the babblings: for they will increase Or, * I Ti. 6.5. truth. vito more ungodliness.
Fangrene. It Ro. 1.29.18 "Now as Jannes and Jambres 17 And their word will eat as 1T1.1.20. 2 Co. 13.5. | withstood Moses, so do these also doth a canker: of whom is € lly- | iTi.6.21. Tit. 1. 16. resist the truth; men of corrupt neneug and Pliiletus;
1 Co. 15. # Or, of no munds, reprobate concerning 18 Who concerning the truth 12.
judgment, | the faith. have erred, saying that the res A Mat. 21. u Ex. 7.12. i 9 But they shall proceed no fururrection is past already; and
24. Ro. 8.8.18.*9.
ther: for their folly shall be mancverthrow the faith of somne.
35. 1 Jo. 2. 11.
ifest unto all men, as theirs also 19 Nevertheless n the foundation
was. of God standeth sure, having
# Or, 1 Ti, 4, 6.
10 - But I thou hast fully known this seal, The Lord i knoweth
steady. Or, thou
i Na. 1. 7. hast been Lhem that are his. And, Let ev
doctrine, manner of life, pur
pose, faith, loug-suffering, charter, one that nameth the name of | 27. See Nu. follower
Johu10.14, a diligent
ty, patience, Christ depart froin iniquity. 16. 5.
li Persecutions, afflictions, which