« הקודםהמשך »
The holy scriptures commended. CHAP. IV.
Alerander the smith. came unto me vat Antioch, % at A. D. 66. A. D. 66. 1 8 Henceforth there is laid up for Iconium, at Lystra; what per
me a crown of righteousness,
y Ac.13.45, o 1C0.9.25. secutions I endured: but bout of
Ja. 1. 12.
which the Lord, the righteous them all the Lord delivered me.
Judge, shall give me Pat that 12 Yea, and call that will live 2 Ac. 14. 2,
Re. 2. 10. day and not to me only, but ungodly in Christ Jesus shall suffer
to all them also that love his appersecution.
2 Ac.14.19. p ch. 1. 12.
pearmg. 13 d But evil men and seducers
9 Do thy diligence to come shall wax worse and worse, de
shortly unto me: ceiving, and being deceived.
2 Co, 1. 10. 19 Col. 4.15. 10 For Dernas hath forsakeu 14 But e continue thou in the
ch. 4. 7. - Philem.24. me, phaving loved this present things which thou hast learned
c Ps.34.19. lJo.2.15.
world, and is de parted unto Thess and hast been assure of, know
Ac. 14. 22.
salonica; Crescens to Galatia, ing of whom thou hast learned
Titus unto Dalmatia.
Jos. 17. 14 them;
11 : Onlyt Luke is with me.
1 Co, 15.19. s See ch.l. 1 15 And that from a child thoui Th. 3. 3. 15.
Take Mark, and bring him with hast known f the holy scriptures,
d2 Th.2.11. 1 Col. 4.14.
thee: for he is profitable to me which are able to make thee wise Tan Philem.24. for the ministry. unto salvation through faith ch. 2. 16. Ac. 12.
12 And Tychicus have I sent which is in Christ Jesus.
e ch. 1. 13. 25.& 15.37. to Ephesus. 16 & All scripture is given by in- & 2.2 Col. 4. 10. 13 The cloak that I left at Troas spiration of God, and is profita
I f John 5. Ac. 20.4.
with Carpus, when thou comest, ble for doctrine, for reproof, for
Ep. 6. 12. bring with thee, and the books, correction, for instruction in
but especially the parchments. righteousness:
20, Tit. 3. 12. 14 y Alexander the coppersmith
21. 17. i That the man of God may
did me much evil: * the Lord rebe perfect, ilk thoroughly furnish
Ro. 15.4.11 Ti. 1. 20.
ward him according to his works: ed unto all good works.
15 Of whom be thou ware also; CHAP. IV.
| Or, Ps, 28. 4. for he hath greatly withstood our 1 He exhorteth him to do his duty with perfected. Re. 18. 6. words.
all care and diligence, 6 certifieth himach. 2. 21. li Or, I 16 At my first answer no man of the nearness of his death, 9 willeth
our preach. stood with me, a but all men forhim to come speedily unto him, and to
in 58. sook me: I pray God that it bring Marcus with him, and certain
may not be laid to their charge. other things which he wrote for. 14 & 6.13. ch.2 ch. 1. 15. warneth him to beware of Alexander | 2. 14. 16 Ac. 7.60.
17 Notwithstanding, the Lord the smith, 16 informeth him what | Ac.10.42. la Mat. 10.
stood with me, and strengthened had befallen him at his first answer
el Ti,5.20. 19. Ac. 23.
me; d that by me the preaching ing, 19 and soon after he concludeth.
might be fully known, and that I aCHARGE thee therefore be
2. 15. Ac, 9.15.
all the Gentiles might hear; and fore God, and the Lord Jesus
I was delivered e out of the mouth Christ, who shall judge the quick
of the lion. and the dead at his appearing
18. And the Lord shall deliver
e Ps. 22.21. and his kingdom;
J111.1.10. 2 Pe. 2. 9.
me from every evil work, and will 2 Preach the word; be instant gch. 3. 6.
preserve me unto his heavenly in season, out of season; reprovehiTi.1.4. Ro. 11.36.
kingdom; to whom be glory for c rebuke, dexhort with all long- & 4.7. Tit.
ever and ever. Amen. suffering and doctrine.
Ga. 1. 5. 1. 14.
19 Salute n Prisca and Aquila,
He, 13. 21. 3 . For the time will come,
and i the household of Onesiphowhen they will not endure f sound 2. 3, doctrine; & but after their own
Ro. 16. 8. 20 * Erastus abode at Corinth: Justs shall they heap to themselves
Ep. 4. 11.
but I Trophimus have I left at teachers, having itching ears;.
* Ac, 19.22. Miletum sick.
Or, 4 And they shall turn away their
Ro, 16. 23. 21 m Do thy diligence to come
fulfil, ears from the truth, and shall be
Ro. 15. 19.2 Ac. 20. 4.
before winter. Eubulus greeteth turned unto fables.
Col.1.25.& & 21. 29. thee, and Pudens, and Linus, and 5 But watch thou in all things, 4. 17. m ver. O.
Claudia, and all the brethren. i endure afflictions, do the work I Phi.2 17. In Ga. 6.18.
22 ^ The Lord Jesus Christ be of an evangelist, make full
with thy spirit. Grace be with
Phi. 1. Philem.25. proof of thy ministry.
23. See 2
you. Ainen. 6 For 'I am now ready to be of
Pe. 1. 14.
T The second epistle unto Timofered, and the time of mmy de
1Co.9.24, + Gr. Ce
theus, ordained the first bishparture is at hand.
25. Phi. 3. sar Nero,
op of the church of the Ephe7n I have fought a good fight, 11.1 Ti.6.jor, the en.
síans, was written from Rome, I have finished my course, I have | 12. He. 12. peror
when Paul was brought be. kept the faith:
fore Nero the second tinie.
ch. 3. 1.
THE EPISTLE OF PAUL
A. D. 65. A. D. 65. | fables, and I commandments of 1 For what end Titus was left in Crete.
men that turn from the truth.
a 2T1.2.25. Is. 29. 13. 6 How they that are to be chosen minis
15 m Unto the pure all things
biTi.3.16. Mat. 15. 9. ters ought to be qualified. 11 The
& 6. 3. Col. 2. 22.
are pure: but n unto them that months of evil teachers to be stopped :
| Or, Form Lu. 11.
are defiled and unbelieving is 12 and what manner of men they be.
c 2 Ti. 1.1. 39, 40, 41, nothing pure; but even their
cb. 3. 7. Ro, 14. 14, mind and conscience is defiled. PAUL, a servant of God, and
d Nu. 23. 20. 1 Co. 6. | 16 They profess that they know 1 an apostle of Jesus Christ,
19, 1 Ti. 2. 12.& 10.23, God; but o in works they deny according to the faith of God's 18.
25. 1 Ti. 4.
him, being abominable, and disoelect, and the acknowledgingle Ro.16.25. 3, 4.
bedient, Pand unto every good of the truth which is alter god-12 Ti, 1. 9. In Ro.14.23.
work | reprobate.
1 Pe. 1. 20.0 2 Ti. 3.5. liness; 2 lc In hope of eternal life, f2Ti 1.10. Jude 4.
&1 Th 2.4. p Ro. 1.28. which God, od that cannot lie,
i Ti. 1. 11. 2 Ti. 3.8.
1 Directions given unto Titus both for promised e before the world be
his doctrine and life. 9 of the diety gan;
& 2.3.& 4. void of
of servants, and in general of all °3 f'But hath in due times mani
Christians. fested his word through preach i 2Co.2.13. a ITi.10. PUT speak thou the things ing, & which is committed unto &7.13.&8. & 6.3.2Ti.
which become a sound doceroin mandme, according to the command
6, 16, 23. & 1. 13. ch.l.
trine: ment of God our Saviour;
12. lo. Ga. 9.
2 That the aged men bell sober, 2. 3.
Or, 4 To i Titus, kmine own son af
grave, temperate, sound in faith, ter! the common faith : m Grace,
2 Ro. 1. 12. ch. 1. 13. in charity, in patience; mercy, and peace, from God the
2 Co. 4. 13. c1 Ti. 2.9,
3 c The aged women likewise, Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ 2 Pe. 1. 1. 10.& 3.11. that they be in behaviour as beour Saviour.
m Ep. 1. 2. 1 Pe. 3,3,4. cometh holiness; not false ac5 For this cause left I thee in Col. 1. 2. 1Or, holy cusers, not given to much wine, Crete, that thou shouldest n set
Ti, l. 2. 2 women, teachers of good things;
Ti. 1. 2. in order the things that are want
Or, 4 That they may teach the young
ni Co. 11. makebates, ing, and ordain elders in every
women to be i sober, a to love city, as I had appointed thee:
Or, left. Or, wise.
their husbands, to love their chil6 pIf any be blameless, the undone. 41T7.6.14. dren, husband of one wife, having o Ac.14.23. 1 Co. 14. 15 To be discreet, chaste, keepfaithful children, not accused of 2 Ti. 2. 2. 34. Ep.5.22. ers at home, good, & obedient to riot, or unruly.
pl Ti.3.2, Col. 3, 18. their own husbands, f that the 7 For a bishop must be blame
11 Ti. 2. 11.
word of God be not blasphemed.
q 1 Ti.3.12. 1 Pe. 3.1,5. less, as the steward of God: not
F1 Ti.3.4,1 Ro. 2.24.
6 Young men likewise exhort to self-willed, not soon angry, not
1 Ti. 6.1. given to wine, no striker, unut Is Mat. 24.1 Or,
7 8 In all things shewing thyself given to filthy lucre;
45. 1 Co. 4. discreet. a pattern of good works: in *8 . But a lover of hospitality, a 1, 2. 1 Ti.4.12. doctrine shewing uncorruptness, lover of ll good men, sober, just, t Le. 10. 9. i Pe. 5.3. gravity, a sincerity, holy, temperate;
1 Ti. 3. 3,8. h Ep.6.21. 8 i Sound speech that cannot be 9 v Holding fast the faithful
Ep. 5. 18. il Ti.6.3.
condemned ; that he that is of
u i Ti. 3.3, Ne, 5. 9. word l as he hath been taught,
8. 1 Pe.5.2.1 Ti.6. 14.
the contrary part I may be ashamthat he may be able aby sound
1 Ti, 3.2.1 Pe. 2. 12,
ed, having no evil thing to say of doctrine both to exhort and to | Or, good 15. & 3.16. you. convince the gainsa yers.
things. 1 2Th.9.14. 9 Exhort m servants to be obe10 For there are many unruly y 2 Th. 2. m Ep. 6.5. dient unto their own masters, and and vain talkers and cdeceivers, 15.2 Ti. 1. Col. 3. 22. to please them well n in all things; d especially they of the circum
1 Ti. 6.1,2. noi answering again;
1 Ti.1.15. 1 Pe. 2. 18. cision :
10 Not purloining, but shewing
& 4.9. & 6. n Ep.5.24. 11 Whose mouths must be stop
3. 2 Ti.2.2. Or, gain
all good fidelity; that they may ped, e who subvert whole houses,
| Or, in saying.
adorn the doctrine of God our teaching things which they ought Icaching. o Mat. 5.
Saviour in all things. not, for filthy lucre's sake. 41Ti1.10.16. Phi. 2. Il For P the grace of God that 12' & One of themselves, even a & 6.3.2Ti. 16.
bringeth salvation hath appear prophet of their own, said, The
4.3.ch.2.1. p Ro. 6.15. ed to all men, Cretians are always liars, evil
1 61 Ti. 1.6.ch. 3. 4, 6. 12 Teaching us, that denying beasts, slow bellies.
c Ro.16.18.1 Pe. 5. 12.
ungodliness, sand worldly lusts,
d Ac, 15.1. Or, that 13 This witness is true : " wherenere e Mat. 23. bringeth
we should live soberly, righteousfore rebuke them sharply, that 14.2Ti.3.6. salvation
ly, and godly, in this present they may be i sound in the faith; fi Ti.6.5. Ito all men, world;
14 * Not giving heed to Jewish Ac. 17. nath appeared. Lu. 3. 6. John 1. 9. 1 Ti. 2.4. 28. A 2 Co, 13. 10, 2 Ti. 4.2.1 ch. 32. 31Ti.] Lu. 1. 75, Ro. 6, 19, Ep. 1. 4. Col. . . 1 Th. 1. 4. & 4. 7. 2 Ti. 4. 4.
14. 7. 2 1 Pe. 4. 2. 1 Jo. 2. 16.
Directions given unto Titus
for his doctrine, 8c. 13 Looking for that blessed 1 A. D. 65. A. D. 65.1 6 m Which he shed on us tabunu hope, and the glorious tap
dantly, through Jesus Christ our pearing of the great God and our
tl Co. 1.7. m Ez. 36.
Phi. 3. 20.125, Joel 2. Saviour Jesus Christ;
2 Pe. 3. 12. 28. Johnl.
7 * That being justified by his 14 y Who gave himself for us,
1 Ac. 24. 16. Ac. 2. grace, we should be made heirs that he might redeem us from all 15.Col.1.5, 33.& 10.45. P according to the hope of eteriniquity, , and purify unto him 23. ch. 1.2. Ro. 5. 5. nal lite. self da peculiar people, ozealous
& 3, 7. + Gr.
84 This is a faithful saying, and of good works.
Col. 3. 4. richly. these things I will that thou af. 15 These things speak, and
2 Ti. 4.1,8.
firm constantly, that they which e exhort, and rebuke with all
He. 9. 28.
Ga. 2. 16. have believed in God might be authority. Let no man despise
| 1 Jo. 3. 2. 1°
ch. 2. 11. careful to maintain good works. thee.
y Ga. 1. 4. Jo Ro. 8. 23, | These things are good and profitCHAP. III.
& 2.20. Ep. 24.
able unto men. 1 Titus is yet further directed by Paul, 5.2. 1 Ti.2. ch. 1. 2. 9 But Savoid foolish questions, both concerning the things he should | 6.
y 1 Ti.1.16. and genealogies, and contentions, teach, and not teach. 10 He is wild He. 9,14.1
ch. 1. 9. and strivings about the law; for also to reject obstinate heretics : 12 Ex.15.16. which done, he appointeth him both & 19.5. De. I ver.1,14.
Ir ver.1,14. they are unprofitable and vain. time and place, wherein he should come 7.6.& 14.2. ch. 2. 14. 10 A man that is an heretic, unto him, and so concludeth.
& 28. 18. Ils 1 Ti.1.4. uafter the first and second adDUT them in mind a to be sub- Pe. 2.9. 12 Ti. 2. 23. | monition, "reject; Iject to principalities and pow 6 Ep.2. 10. ch. 1. 14. 11 Knowing that he that is such, ers, to obey magistrates, to be
1 ch. 3. 8. | 2Ti.2.14.
is subverted, and sinneth, y being ready to every good work,
c2 Ti. 4.2
condemned of himself. 2 c To speak evil of no man, a to
41Ti.4.1914 2 Co. 13.
12 When I shall send Artemas be no brawlers, but egentle,
a Ro. 13.1.2.
unto thee, or - Tychicus, be dili
1 Pe. 2. 13. Mat. 18. shewing all f meekness unto all
Col. 1.10. 17. Ro. 16.
gent to come unto me to Nicopomen.
2 Ti. 2. 21. 17.2 Th.3.
21: 17.2 Th.3. lis : for I have deterinined there 3 For & we ourselves also were He. 13. 21. 6.11.2T1.3. to winter. sometimes foolish, disobedient, c Ep. 4.31. 5. 2 Jo. 10. | 13 Bring Zenas the lawyer and deceived, serving divers lusts and
y Ac.13.46. 14 Apollos on their journey dilipleasures, living in malice and
gently, that nothing be wanting envy, hateful, and hating one
Ep. 4. 2 another.
14 And let ours also learn bto
Col. 3. 12. a Ac.18.24. 4 But after that h the kindness
& Co.6.11.b ver. 8.
maintain good works for necesand love of God iour Saviour Ep. 2. 1.
sary uses, that they be cnot untoward man appeared,
fruitful. 5 * Not by works of righteous
3. 7. 1 Pe. profess
15 All that are with me salute
honest ness which we have done, but ac
1 thee. Greet them that love us in
h ch.2. 11. trades. cording to his mercy he saved
the faith. Grace be with you all.
1. Or, pity. Ep. 4. 28. us, by the washing of regenera
il Ti. 2. 3. c Ro.15.28. tion, and renewing of the Holy k Ro.3. 20. Phi. 1. ll.
1 It was written to Titus, or Ghost;
& 9. 11. & &4.17.Col.
dained the first bishop of the 11. 6. Ga. 2. 16. Ep.2. 4, 8, 9. 2 Ti. 1. 9. I John 1. 10. 2 Pe.
church of the Cretians, from 3. 3,5. Ep. 5. 26. 1 Pe. 3. 21.
Nicopolis of Macedonia.
1 THE EPISTLE OF PAUL
He rejoiceth to hear of the faith and A. D. 64. A. D. 64. 1 6 That the communication of love of Philemon, 9 whom he desireth
thy faith may become ellectual to forgive his servant Onesimus, and
| Phi. 1. 9, i by the acknowledging of every lovingly to receive him again.
good thing which is in you in PAUL, a a prisoner of Jesus a Ep. 3. 1.
Christ Jesus. I Christ, and Timothy our bro & 4.1.2 Ti.
i For we have great joy and ther, unto Philemon our dearly
1.8. ver. 9.
consolation in thy love, because beloved, band fellow-labourer, Phi.2.25. R 2C0.7.13. the bowels of the saints k are re2 And to our beloved Apphia,
2 Ti. 1. 16. freshed by thee, brother. and c Arcbippus dour fellow-sol
c Col.4.17. ver. 20. 8 Wherefore, I though I might dier, and to the church in thy d Phi.2.25.11 Th. 2.6. be much boli in Christ to enjcin house:
e Ro. 16.5.
thee that which is convenient, 3 f Grace to you, and peace,
9 Yet for love's sake I rather from God our Father and the
heseech thee, being such an one 15 Lord Jesus Christ.
Paul the areal, in and now also a 48 I thank my God, making men- Ep. 1.16.
1 prisoner of Jesus Christ. tion of thee always in my prayers, 1 Th. 1. 2.
10 I beseech thee for my son 5h Heariur of thay love and faith, 2 Th. 1. 3. n Col. 4. 9. In Onesimis, whom I have bewhich thou hast toward the Lord h Ep. 1.15.o 1Co.4.15. gotten in my bonds: Jesus, and toward all saints; Col. 1. 4. Ga. 4. 19. l Which in time past was to
Ep. 1. 2. m ver. 1.
Christ is preferred
on above the angels. thee um profitable, but now profit- ] A. D. 64. A. D. 64. I 19 I Paul have written it with able to thee and to me:
mine own hand, I will repay it: 12 Whom I have sent again :
albeit I do not say to thee how thou therefore receive him, that
thou owest to me even thine is, mine own bowels :
own self besides. 13 Whom I would have retain
20 Yea, brother, let me have eu with me, P that in thy stead p I Co, 16. lo ver. 7. joy of thee in the Lord : #refresh he might have ministered unto | 17. Phí. 2.
my bowels in the Lord. ine in the bonds of the gospel ::
y2C0.7.16. 21 y Having confidence in thy 14 But without thy mind would
obedience I wrote unto thee, I do nothing; that thy benefit 2 Co.9.7.
knowing that thou wilt also do should not be as it were of neces
more than I say.. sily. but willingly.
22 But withal prepare me also 15 For perbaps he therefore So Ge. Phi 1.25. a lodging: for I trust that departeil for a season, that thou 45. 5, 8. & 2. 21. 1 through your prayers I shall be shouldest receive him for ever;
a 2Co.1.11. given unto you. 16 Not now as a servant, but
23 There salute thee Epaphras, above a servant, sa brother be- Mat. 23. & 4. 12. my fellow-prisoner in Christ Jeloved, especially to ine, but how 8.1 Ti.6.2.
16 Ac. 12.12, much more unto thee, ? both in 1 Col.3.22.
1 24 Marcus, d Aristarchus, Dethe flesh, and in the Lord ?
mas, Lucas, my fetlow-labour
Ac.19.99. 17 If thou count me therefore
&27.2.Col. ua partner, receive hiin as my- u 2 Co. 8. 4. 10.
25 & The grace of our Lord Jeself.
sus Christ be with your spirit. 18 If he hath wronged thee, or
e Col. 4.14.
Amen. . oweth thee anght, put that on
12T1,4.11. TWritten from Rome to Philemine account;
12Ti.4.22. 1 mon, by Onesimus a servant.
T THE EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE,
| A. D. 64. A. D. 64. jp Who maketh his angels spirits, 1 Christ in these last times coming to us
and his ministers a flame of fire.
a Nu. 12.6, p Ps. 101.4. from the Father, 4 is preferred above
8 But unto the Son, he saith, we 8.
Ps. 45. 6, the angels, both in person and office. De. 4. 30.11.
Thy throne, O God, is for ever NOD, who at sundry times and Ga.4.4. Ep. + Gr. and ever: a sceptre of frighteD a in divers manners spake in 1. 10. Tightress, ousness is the sceptre of thy time past umto the fathers by the
John 1. or,
17.& 15.15. straight. prophets,
9 Thou 'hast loved righteous
ch. 2. 3. ness. 2 Hath in these last days C spo
ness, and hated iniquity; there
d Ps. 2. 8. Is. 61. 1. ken unto us by his Son, d whom Mat.21.38. Ac. 4.27.&
fore God, even thy God, Thath he hath appointed heir of all & 25. 18. 10. 38.
anointed thee with the oil of things, by whom also he made | John 3. 35. $ Ps. 102.
gladness above thy fellows. the worlds:
Ro. 8. 17. 25, &c. 10 And, Thou, Lord, in the 3 / Who being the brightuess of Joly 1.3. tis.31.4.& beginning hast laid the foundahis glory, and the express image
1 Co. 8. 6. 51. 6. Mat.
tion of the earth; and the heav
| Col. 1. 16. 24.35. 2Pe. of his person, and upholding all
ens are the works of thine hands.
f John 1. 9.7, 10. Re. things by the word of his power,
11 + They shall perish; but thou
14.& 14.9. 21.1. h when he had by himselt purged I 2 Co. 4. 4. u Ps.110.1.
remainest; and they all shall our sins, i sat down on the right | Col. 1. 15. Mat.22.44.
wax old as doth a garment; hand of the Majesty on high; John 1.4 Ma. 12. 36. 12 And as a vesture shalt thou
4 Being made so much better Col. 1. 17. Lu. 20. 12. fold them up, and they shall be than the angels, as he hath by
Re. 4. 11. ch. 10. 12. changed: but thou art the sams,
h ch. 7. 27. ver. 9. inheritance obtained a more ex
and thy years shall not fail.
& 9. 12, 14, r Ge. 19. cellent namne than they.
13 But to which of the angels
16. & 32.1, 5 For unto which of the angels i Ps. 110.1.2,21.Ps.34.
1 said he at any time, u Sit on my said he at any time, I Thou art Ep. 1. 20.7.& 91.11. right hand, uutil I make thine my Son, this day have I begotten ch. 8. 1. & & 103. 20, euenies thy footstool ? thee? And again, m I will be to 10.12.& 12. 21. Da. 3. 14 - Are they not all ministering him a Father, and he shall be to
2.1 Pe.3... 29.& 7. 10. spirits, sent forth to minister for me a Son ?
Ep. 1.21. 10. 11,
them who shall be y heirs of sal
Phi 2.9,10.|Mat. 18.10. 6 | And again, when he bringeth
I Ps. 2. 7. Lu. 1.19. in n the first-begotten into the
Ac. 19. 33. 2.9, 13. Ac. world, he saith, And let all the ch.5.5. 12. 7, &c.
1 We ought to he obedient to Christ Jesus, angels of God worship him.. m 2 Sa. 7. & 27. 23.
5 and that because he touchsafed to
i 7 And of the angels he saith, 1 14. ICh.22. y Ro, 8.17.
take our nature upon him, 14 as it was Jo. & 28. 6. Ps. 89. 26, 27. Or, When he bringeth Tit.3.7.Ja.
necessary. again, n Ro. 8. 29. Col. 1. 18. Re. 1.5. o De. 32. 2.5.1 Pe.. HEREFORE we ought to 13, LXX. Ps. 97. 7. Pe. 3. 23. + Gr. unto. 17.
give the more earnest heed him ?
Christ took our nature.
CHAP. III. Christ more worthy than Moses. to the things which we have, A. D. 64. A. D. 64. | 16 For verily the took not on heard, lest at any time we should :
him the nature of angels; but he t let them slip.
+ Gr. + Gr. he
took on him the seed of Abra
run out as tareth not 2 For if the word « spoken by
| leaking hold of an. ham. angels was steadfast, and be very vessels, gels, but of 11 where tore in all things transgression and disobedience a De, 33. 2 the seed of behooved him to be made like received a just recompense of re- | Ps. 68. 17. Abraham unto his brethren; that he raight ward;
Ac. 7. 53. The laketa bei a merciful and faithful High 3 cHow shall we escape, if a
Priest in things pertaining to we neglect so great salvation ;
Nu.15.30, h Phi. 2. 7. God, to make reconciliation for & which at the first began to be
the sins of the people. spoken by the Lord, and was | 12.& 27.26. & 5. 1, 2. 18 * Form that he himselt nein e confirmed unto us by them that och.10.2, lk cb. 4. 16. | suffered, being tempted, he is heard him,
29.& 12.25. 16. & 5. 2. able to succour them that are 4 f God also bearing them wit-a Mat. 4.& 7.25. tempted. ness, 5 both with sigus and won- 17. Ma. 1
CHAP. III. ders, and with divers miracles,
14. ch. 1.2.
1 Christ is more worthy than Moses, 7 and hgifts of the Holy Ghost,
& Lu. 1. 2.
therefore if we believe not in him, u.
f Ma. 16. i according to his own will ?
shall be more worthy punishment than
20. Ac. 14. 5 For unto the angels hath he
3. & 19.11. not put in subjection A the world Ro. 15. 18,
WHEREFORE, holy brethlo come whereof we speak.
19, 1 Co. 2. a Ro, 1. 7. V ren), partakers of a the heav6 But one in a certain place tes
1 Co. l. 2. enly calling, consider the Apostified, saying, What 6 Inan,
& Ac. 2.22, Ep. 4. 1. tle and High Priest of our prothat thou art mindful of him? or
Phi. 3. 14. fession, Christ Jesus;
Or, dis. 2 Th. 1.11. the son of man, that thou visitest
2 Who was faithful to him that tributions. 2 Ti. 1. 9. 2
tappointed hiin, as also Moses
Al Co. 12. Pe, 1. 10. 7 Thou madest himla little 4, 7, 11. Jo Ro. 15.8.
was faithful in all his house. lower than the angels; thoui Ep. 1.5,9. ch. 2. 17.&
3 For this man was counted crownedst him with glory and ch. 188.8.131.52.& 5.5. worthy of more glory than Moses, honour, and didst set him over | 2 Pe. 3. 13. &6.20.&8. | inasmuch as d he who hath buildthe works of thy hands;
I Job 7. 17.1.&9.11.&
ed the house, hath more honour 8 m Thou hast put all things in
than the house.
& 144. 3. subjection under his feet. For
4 For every house is builded by + Gr.
Or, a in that he put all in subjection little while made.
some man, but he that built all under him, he left nothing that
things is God. is not put under him. But now
under him. But nowm Mat. 2. c Nu. 12.7. | 5 $ And Moses verily was faithn we see not yet all things put 18. 1Co.15.ver. 5.
ful in all his house, as a servant, under him;
27. Ep. 1. a Zec.6.12.
h for a testimony of those things 9 But we see Jesus, o who was 22.ch.1.13. Mat. 18. 18. which were to be spoken after: made a little lower than the an
nl Co. 15.
e Ep. 2. 10. 25.
| 6 But Christ as i a Son over his gels for the suffering of death, Phi. 2.7. & 3. 9. ch. own house: A whose house are P crowued with glory and hon
1. 2.. we, lif we hold fast the confiour; that he by the grace of God'Or, by. ver. 2.
dence, and the rejoicing of the should taste death for every IP Ac. 2. 33.!
hope firm unto the end. 15 Ex. 14.
© John 3. man.
• 31. Nu. 12.
7 Wherefore, as m the Holy 10 For it became him, s for
Ghost saith, * To-day if yc will whom are all things, and by
| Ro, 5.18.81
Jos. 1. 2.& hear his voice,
8. 32. 2 Co. whom are all things, in bringing
5. 15. 1 Ti."
8. 31. 8 Harden not your hearts, as in Inany sons unto glory, to make 2.6. 1 Jo.2.1 De, 18. the provocation, in the day of
the Captain of their salvation 2. Re. 5. 9. 15, 18, 19. temptation in the wilderness : u perfect through sufferings. rLu.24.46.lich. 1.2.
1 9 When your fathers tempted l For Iboth he that sanctifi | s Ro.11.36.1.
me, proved me, and saw my etb, and they who are sanctified,
works forty years. yrare all of one: for which cause
& 5.31. ch. 6. 19. 2
10 Wherefore I was grieved - he is not ashamed to call them
12. 2. Co. 6. 16.
with that generation, and said, brethren,
They do always err in their 12 Saying, al will declare thy
heart; and they have not known name unto my brethren, in the
1 ver. 14. my ways. inicist of the church will I sing y Ac.17.26. Mat.10.22. 11 So I sware in my wrath, praise unto thee.
= Mat. 28.& 24. 13. + They shall not enter into my 13 And again, I will put my
10.John 20. Ro. 5. 2. rest. trust in him. And again, cBe
17. Ro. 8. Col. 1. 23. 12 Take heed, brethren, lest which
29. hold, I, and the children
ch.6.11.& a Ps.22.22, 10. 35.
there be in any of you an evil God hath given me.
heart of unbelief, in departing 14 Forasmuch then as the chil
6 Ps. 18. 2.
from the living God. dren are partakers of flesh and Ie. 12. 2.
13 But exhort one another daily, blood, he also himself likewise c Is. 8. 18.1 ver. 15.
while it is called To-day; lest any took part of the same. I that I d John 20. Ps. 95. 7. of you be hardened through the through death he might destroy 29.& 17.0,+ Gr. deceitfulness of sin. him that had the power of death,
9, 11, 12. If they 14 For we are made partakers
" John 1. shall enter. that is, the devil;
of Christ, if we hold the begin15 And deliver them, who,
ning of our confidence steadfast ! through fear of death, were all I Co. 15.
1 unto the end; their life time subject to bondage. 54,55. Col. p ver. 7. 15 While it is said, pTo-day if 13. 2 Ti. 1. 10. Lu. 1.74. Ru.8.16. 2 Ti. 1. 2.)
| ye will hear his voice, harden not