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We must files from idolatry.

CHAP. X1.

Rules for divine worship. be tempted above that ye are 1 a. D. 59. A. D. 59.

CHAP. XI. able; but will with the tempta

1 He reproveth them, because in holy as. tion also #make a way to escape, * Je.29.11.

semblies 4 their men prayed with their that ye may be able to bear it.

heads covered, and 6 women with their

heads uncovered, 17 and because gen14 Wherefore, my dearly beloved, y flee from idolatry.

erally their meetings were not for the y ver. 7. 2

better but for the worse, as 21 namely 15 I speak as to wise men; Co. 6. 17.

in profaning with their own fcasts the indge yo what I say.

1 Jo. 5. 21.

Lord's supper. 25 Lastly, he callett 16 4 The cup of blessing which s ch.8. 1.

them to the first institution thereof. We bless, is it not the communion La Mat. 26. a ch. 4. 16. RE a ye followers of me, even as of the blood of Christ? The

Ep. 5. 1. D I also am of Christ. bread which we break, is it not the

1 Ac. 2. 42,1 Th. 1. 6.

2 Now I praise you, brethren, communion of the body of Christ? 46. ch. 11. 2 Th. 3. 9.

b that ye reinerober me in all 11 For cwe being many are one 23, 31.

things, and c keep the loch. 4. 17.

ordinanBreail, and one body: for we are

ces, as I delivered them to you. all partakers of that one bread.

3 But I would have you know, 18 Behold d Israel after the

that d the head of every man is flesh: Sare not they which eat of

Ga. 6. 16.

traditions. Cbrist; and the head of the the sacrifices, partakers of the

vd: 0: 20 2 Th. 2.16. woman is the man; and f the

TeRo.4.1.& & 3. 6. allar?

9.3,5.2 Co.

head of Christ is God. 19 What say I then that the

11. 18.

Od Ep.5.23. 4 Every man praying or & proidol is any thing, or that which

s Le. 3. 3.11

..le Ge 3.16. phesying, having his head coveris offered in sacrifice to idols is

1 Ti. 2. 11, i eu, dishonoureth his head. any thing ?

1. 10. 12.1 Pe 3.1, 5 But hevery woman that pray. 20 But I say, that the things 8 ch. 8. 4. 6,6.

eth or prophesieth with her head which the Gentiles sacritice, Le. 17.7. John 14. uncovered, dishonoureth her head: they sacrifice to devils, and not De. 32. 17. 28.ch.3 23.

for that is even all one as if she to God: and I would not that ye P8, 106.37.& 15.27,2.

were i shaven. should have fellowship with devils. Re. 9. 20. Phi. 2. 7, 8,

6 For if the woman be not cor

9. 21 i Ye cannot driuk the cup of

ered, let her also be shorn: but if the Lord, and the cup of devils: 2C0.6.15, ch. 12 10, it be ka shame for a woman to be ye cannot be partakers of the 26. 125. & 14.1,

shorn or shaven, let her be coy

&c. Lord's table, and of the table of De.32.38.

ered. clevils.

h Ao. 21.9. 7 For a man indeed ought not 22 Do we l provoke the Lord to

i De.21.12. to cover his head, forasmuch as jealousy? mare we stronger than 1 De.82.21. * Nu.5.18. "he is the image and glory of God: he?

Ez. 99. De. 22. 5. but the woman is the glory of the 23 n All things are lawful for

12 Ge. 1. 20, man. me, but all things are not expe ch. 6. 1

a ch. 6. 12.

8 Form the man is not of the

27.& 5.1.& dient : all things are lawful for

19. 6. | woman, but the woman of the

o Ro. 15.1, me, but all things edify not. 24 • Let no man seek his own,

9 n Neither was the man created

ch. 13. 5.122. but every man another's wealth.

Phi.2.4,21.Ge.2.18,

for the woman, but the woman 25 p Whatsoever is sold in the

for the man. shainbles, that eat, asking no

10 For this cause ought the woquestion for conscience' sake:

Ex. 19.5. o Ge.21.61. man to have ll power on her head, 26 For the earth is the Lord's,

De. 10. 14.

P because of the angels,

Ps. 21.1.&" and the fulness thereof..

50.12. ver.

a covering, 11 Nevertheless, I neither is the 27 If any of them that believe

in sign man without the woman, neither not bid you to a feast, and ye be

that she is the woman without the man, in

Lu. 10. 7. under the disposed to go; whatsoever is

the Lord. set before you, eat, asking no

sch. 8. 10, power of

12 For as the woman is of the

Ther hus. question for conscience' sake.

man, even so is the man also by 28 But if any man say unto you,

De.10.14.and.

the woman; but all things of This is offered in sacrifice unto

Ps. 24. 1. p Ec. 5. 6.

God. jols, eat not s for his sake that

ver. 26. lq Ga. 3.28. | 13 Judge in yourselves : Is it shewed it, and for conscience'

u Ro. 14. Ro.11.36. comely that a woman pray unto sake: for the earth is the Lord's,

16.

God uncovered ? and the fulness thereof:

Or,

14 Doth not even nature itself 29 Conscience, I say, not thine

thanksgiv

teach you, that if a man have own, but of the other: for u why

ing.

long hair, it is a shame unto him? is my liberty judged of another

Ro. 14.6.

15 But if a woman have long man's conscience?

1 Ti. 4.3,4.

hair, it is a glory to her: for her 30 For if I by grace be a par- y Col.3.17.1 Or, veil. hair is given her for a covering taker, why am I evil spokei of

16 But Sif any man seem to be for that for which I give thanks ? 1 Ro. 14.

contentious, we have no such cus?l y Whether therefore ye eat or

13.ch.8.13.ch. 7. 17. i tom, i neither the churches of drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all

2 Co. 6. 3. & 14. 33.

God. to the glory of God:

+ Gr.

17 Now in this that I declare 32 - Give none offence, neither Greeks.

unto you, I praise you not, that to the Jews, nor to the Gentiles, a Ac.20.28

ye come together not for the betnor to the church of God.

ch. 11. 22. ch. 1, 10,

ter, but for the worse. 33 Even as I please all men in 1 Ti. 3. 5. 11. 12. & 3. 118 For first of all, when ye come all things, C not seeking inine own Ro. 15. 2. 3.

together in the church, u I hear profit, but the profit of many, ch.9.19, 22. Or. that there be divisions among that they may be saved.

Te ver. 24. Ischisms. you; and I partly believe it.

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Of the Lord's supper.

I. CORINTHIANS. Spiritual gins are divers. 19 For there must be also A. D. 59. A. D. 59. N ow a concerning spiritual heresies among you, y that they

gifls, brethren, I would not

Mat. 18. a ch. 14, 1, which are approved may be made

7. Lu. 17.1. 37.

have you ignorant. manifest among you.

Ac. 20. 30.

2 Ye know that ye were Gen20 When ye come together

ch. 6. 11. I Ti. 4. 1. 2 Ep.2.11,12.

tiles, carried a way unto these therefore into one place, I this is Pe. 2. 1, 2. i Th. 1.9.

cdumb idols, even as ye were led. not to eat he Lord's supper. Or. seces. Tit. 3. 3. i 3 Wherefore I give you to un21 For in eating every one tak

y Lu. 2. 35.

Pe. 4. 3. derstand, a that no man speaking cth before other his own supper: 1 Jo. 2. 19. c Ps.115.6.

by the Spirit of God, calleth Jeand one is hungry, and sanother

See De. 13. d Ma.9.39.

sus accursed: and e that no man is drunken.

3.
1 Jo. 4.2,3.

can say that Jesus is the Lord, 22 What! have ye not houses to Or. ve a Or,

but by the Holy Ghost. eat and to drink in? or despise

cannot eat, anathema. 4 Now f there are diversities of ye a the church of God, and

& 2Pe.2.13. le Mat. 16.gifts, but the same Spirit. shame then that have not ?

Jude 1217.John 15. 5 And there are differences of What shall I say to you ? shall I

26. 2 Co. 3. | administrations, but the same

a ch.10.32. 5. praise you in this? I praise you

Lord. not.

Ja. 2. 6. Ro. 12.4, 6 And there are diversities of 23 For e I have received of the Or, &c. lle. 2. operations, but it is the same God Lord, that which also I delivered them that 1.1Pe.4.10. which worketh all in all, unto you, That the Lord Jesus,

are poor. & Ep. 4. 4. 7 But the manifestation of the the same night in which he was ech. 15. 3. Ro. 12.6, Spirit is given to every man to betrayed, took bread:

Ga, 1.1, 11, 7, 8. Ep. 4.

profit witbal. 24 And when he had given

12.
11.

8 For to one is given by the thanks, he brake it, and said,

d Mat. 26. Or, min

Spirit the word of wisdom; to Take, eat: this is my body, which

26. Ma. 14. steries.

another, m the word of knowledge is broken for you: this do in re

22. Lu. 22. i Ep. 1. 23.

by the same Spirit; membrance of me.

19.

k Ro,12.6, 1 ģn To another, faith by the 25 After the same manner also Or, for 17,8. oli. 14. same Spirit; to another, the gifts he tool the cup, when he had a remem

26. Ep.4.7.1

of healing by the same Spirit; brance.

1 Pe. 4. 20, supped, saying, This cup is the

11.

10 p To another, the working of new testament in my blood : this

1 ch.2.6.7.

miracles; to another, I prophecy; ilo ye, as oft as ye drink it, in re

to another, discerning of spir

in ch. 1. 6. membrance of me.

& 13. 2. 21

its; to another, divers kinds of 26 For as often as ye eat this

Co. 8. 7. tongues; to another, the interpreFread, and driuk this cup, #ye do Or,

in Mat. 17.

tation of tongues : shew the Lord's death e till he shew ye.

19, 20. ch.

11 But all these worketh that Corne,

e John 14. 13. 2. 2 Co. one and the sell-same Spirit, di27 ; Wherefore, whosoever shall 3. & 21.22. 4. 13. viding to every man severally u as eat this bread, and drink this cup Ac. 1. ll.. Ma. 16. he will. of the Lord, unworthily, shall be ch. 4. 5. 18.Ja.5.14. 12 For I as the body is one, and

of 15.23. 1 Th.. guilty of the body and blood of

4.16. 2 Th. P ver. 25,

Th: p ver. 29, hath many members, and all the the Lord.

1. 10. Jude 29. Ma. 16, members of the

members of that one body, being 28 But 6 let a man examine him

14. Re. 1.7. 117. Ga.3.5.

inauy, are one body: y so also is

inauy. self, and so let him eat of that

S Nu.9.10.19 Ro. 12. 6. Christ. bread, and drink of that cup.

13. John 6.

ch.13. 2. & 13 For z by one Spirit are we 29 For he that eateth and drink-151.63.64 14. 1, &c. I ali baptized into one body, wheeth unworthily, eateth and drink 13. 2. ch.t ch.14.29.1

ther we be Jews or t Gentiles, eth | damnation to himself, not 10. 21. 1 Jo. 4. 1.1

whether we be bond or free; and discerning the Lord's body.

& Co.13.5. S Ac.2.4.&

bhave been all made to drink in30 For this cause many are weak

Ga. 6. 4. 10. 46. ch.

to one Spirit. and sickly among you, and many

13. 1. Or,

14 For the body is not one memsleep.

It Ro. 12.6. ber, but many.

judgment, 31 For R if we would judge our Ro. 13. 2.

ch. 7. 7. 2 15 If the foot shall say, Because

0.10. * Co. 10. 13. selves, we should not be judged.

h Ps. 32. 5. Ep. 4. 7.

I am not the hand, I am not of 32 But when we are judged, ? we 1 Jo. 1. 9. John 3.

the body; is it therefore not of are chastened of the Lord, that

the body?

i Ps. 91.12, 8. He. 2. 4. we should not be condemned with

13. He. 12.

16 And if the ear shall say, Bethe world.

Ro. 12.4, 5-11.

cause I am not the eye, I am not

6. Ep. 4. 4, 33 Wherefore, my brethren,

of the body; is it therefore not of when ye come together to eat,

the body ?

y ver. 27. Larry one for another.

17 If the whole body rere an

Ga. 3. 16. 34 And if any man k hunger, let k ver. 21. Ro. 6.5

eye, where were the hearing? If luim eat at home: that ye come I ver. 22.

the whole were hearing, where

Ja Ga.3.28. not together unto I condemna

were the smelling?

Or, Ep.2.13,14, tion. And the rest n will I set in

18 But now hath God set the

judgment. 16. Col. 3. order when nl come.

members every one of them in CHAP. XII.

the body, d as it hath pleased him. 1 Spiritual gifts 4 are divers, 7 yet all

Greeks.

19 And if they were all one to profit withal. 8 And to that end n ch. 4. 19.

6 John 6.

member, where were the body? are diversely bestowed : 12 that by the

63. & 7.37,1 20 But now are they many memlike proportion, as the members of a

38, 39,

bers, yet but one body. natural body lend all to the 16 mutual decency, 22 service, and 26 succour of

21 And the eye cannot say unto

c ver. 28. the same holy; 27 so we should do one

d Ro. 12.3.

the hand, I have no need of thee: for another, to make up the mystical!

ch.3.5.ver.

| nor again the head to the feet, I buy of Christ,

112.

I have no need of you.

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The natural and mystical body. CHAP. XIII, XIV. Prophecy is commended. 22 Nay, much more those mem- A. D. 59. A. D. 59. whether there be prophecies, they bers of the body, which seem to

shall fail; whether there be be more feeble, are necessary :

tongues, they shall cease; wheth23 And those members of the

er there be knowledge, it shall body, which we think to be less

vanish away. honourable, upon these we be- Or, ich. 8. 8. 9 i For we know in part, and stow more abundant honour: and put on.

we prophesy in part. our uncomely parts have more

10 But when that which is perabundant comeliness.

fect is come, then that which is 24 For our comely parts have

in part shall be done away. " no need: but God hath tempered

11 When I was a child, I spake the body together, having given

as a child, I understood as a more abundant honour to that

? Or,

child, I thought as a child: but part which lacked :

reasoned. when I became a man, I put a. 25 That there should be no

way childish things. schism in the body, but that Or, 2Co.3.18. 12 For know we see through a the members should have the

division. < 5,7. Phi.

glass, darkly; but then I face same care one for another.

3. 12.

to face: now I know iu part; but 26 And whether one member

+ Gr. then shall I know even as also I suffer, all the members sufler with

in a riddle.

am known. 1t; or one member be honoured,

1 Mat. 18. 13 And now abideth faith, hope, all the members rejoice with it.

10.1J0.3.2. charity, these three; but the 27 Nowe ye are the body of e Ro. 12.5.

greatest of these is charity. Christ, audf members in particu- Ep. 1.23.&

CHAP. XIV. Jar.

4. 12. & 5.

1 Prophecy is commended, 2, 3, 4 and - 28 And God hath set some m

23, 30. Col.

preferred before speaking with tongues,

1. 21. the church, first k apostles, sec

6 by a comparison drawn from musiondarily i prophets, thirdly teach

Ep.5.80.

cal instruments. 12 Both must be 18

ferred to edification, 22 as to their ers, after that a miracles, thenE p. 4.11.

true and proper end. 26 The true use I gifts of healings, m helps, n goy-a Ep.2.20.

of each is taught, 27 and the abuse ernments, Il diversities of tongues. & 3. 5.

taxed. 34 Women are forbidden to 29 Are all apostles? are all pro- i Ac. 13. 1.

speak in the Church. phets ? are all teachers are all Ro. 12. 6.

FOLLOW after charity, and 1 workers of miracles?

ver. 10. e ch.12.31. I a desire spiritual gifts, but 30 Have all the gifts of healing? ver. 9. 1o Nu.11.25,

rather that ye may prophesy. do all speak with tongues? do all

2 For he that cspeaketh in an

m Nu. 11. 29. interpret ?

17.
c Ac. 2. 4.

unknown tongue, speaketh not 31 But o covet earnestly the best

unto men, but unto God: for no gifts. And yet shew I unto you

| 7 Ro. 12.8.1% 10. 46.
1 Ti. 5. 17.1+ Gr.

man understandeth him, howa more excellent way.

He. 13. 17, heareth,

beit in the spirit he speaketh CHAP. XIII.

Ac. 22. 9. mysteries. 1 All gifts, 2, 3 hou ercellent soever, Or,

3 But he that prophesieth, speakare nothing worth without charity. 4 kinds,

eth unto men to edification, and t. The praises thereof, and 13 prelation ver. 10.

exhortation, and cornfort. before hope and jaith.

Or,

4 He that speaketh in an unTHOUGH I speak with the powers.

known tongue edifieth himself; 1 tongues of men and of angels, loch. 14. 1.1

but he that prophesieth edifieth and have not charity, I am be- 39,

the church. come as sounding brass, or a tiuk

5 I would that ye all spake with ling cymbal.

tongues, but rather that ye proAnd though I have the gift of

phesied: for greater is he that a prophecy, and understand all a ch.12.8,

prophesieth than he that speakmysteries, and all knowledge: 9, 10, 24. &

eth with tongues, except he inand though I have all faith, so

14. 1, &c.

terpret, that the church may rethat I could remove mountains,

See Mat.7.

ceive edifying.

22. and have not charity, I am noth

6 Now, brethren, if I come unto ing

b Mat. 17.

you speaking with tongues, what 3 And cthough I bestow all my

20. Ma. 11.

shall I profit you, except I shall

23. Lu, 17. soods to feed the poor, and

d ver. 20. speak to you either by d revela. though I give my body to be

tion, or by knowledge, or by pro

c Mat. 6.1, burned, and have not charity, it

phesying, or by doctrine ? profiteth me nothing.

7 And even things without life 4 d Charity suffereth long, and

d Pr. 10.12.

giving sound, whether pipe or

1 Pe. 4. 8. is kind; charity envieth not;

barp, except they give a distinccharity 1 vaunteth not itsell, is

u Or, tion in the sounds, bow shall it not pufied up,

not rash.

tunes. be known what is piped or harp5 Doth not behave itself un e ch.10.21. seemly, seeketh not her own, is

Phi. 2. 4.

8 For if the trumpet give an not easily provoked, thinketh no

uncertain sound, who shall preevil;

Ro. 1. 32.

pare himself to the battle? 6 Rejoiceth not in iniquity, & 2 Jo. 4.

9 So likewise ye, except ye utbut 5 rejoiceth ll in the truth; Or, with + Gr. sig. ter by the tongue words t easy to 7 h Beareth all things, believeth the truth. nificant.

be understood, how shall it be all things, hopeth all things, en- n Ro.?5.1.

kuown what is spokea? for ye Cureth all things.

| Ga. 6. 2. 2

shall speak into the air. 8 Charity never faileth: but | Ti, 2. 31. I

10 There are, it may be, so

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Rules for the exercise
I. CORINTHIANS.

of spiritual giro. inany kinds of voices in the world, 1 A. D. 59. A. D. 50., tion. Plet all things be done and none of them is without sig

unto edifying.

pch, 12 7. nification.

127 If any man speak in an un

2 Cc. 12.19. 11 Therefore, if I know not the

Ep. 4. 12.

known tongue, let it be by two, or meaning of the voice, I shall be

at the most by three, and that by unto him that speaketh a barba

course and let one interpret. rian, and he that speaketh shall

28 But if there be no interprebe a barbarian unto me.

ter, let him keep silence in the 12 Even so ye, forasinuch as ye

church; and let him speak to are zealous of spiritual gifts, + Gr.

himselt, and to God. seek that ye may excel to the of spirits.

29 Let the prophets speak two edifying of the church.

q ch.12.10. or three, and ile the other judge. 13 Wherefore, let him that speak.

30 If any thing be revealed to eth in an unknoron tongue, pray

T1T5.5.19, another that sitteth by, let the that he may interpret.

first hold his peace. 14 For if I pray in an unknown

31 For ye may all prophesy one tongue, my spirit prayeth, but

by one, that all may learn, and my understanding is unfruitful.

s 1 Jo. 4.1.

all may be comforted. 15 What is it then? I will pray

32 And sthe spirits of the pro

+ Gr. with the spirit, and I will pray

phets are subject to the prophets.

tumull, or, with the understanding also: . . Ep. 5. 19.

33 For Goulis not the author of wili sing with the spirit, and I Col. 8. 10.

RESS.

confusion, but of peace, as in will sing with the understand. Ps. 47.7.

I ch.11.16.

all churches of the saints. ing also.

34 u Let your Women keep si

u IT1.2.11, 16 Else, when thou shalt bless

lence in the churches; for it is

12. with the spirit, how shall he that

Dot permitted unto thein to spcak: occupieth the room of the un

Ich. 11.3.

but they are commanded to be learned say Amen at thy giving ch.11.24.

Ep. 5. 22.
Col. 3. lo.

under obedience, as also saith the of thanks, seeing he understand

Tit. 2. 5. 1

y law. eth not what thou sa yest?

Pe. 3. 1.

35 And if they will learn any 17 For thou verily givest thanks

y Ge. 3. 16.

thing, let them ask their huswell, but the other is not edified.

bands at home ; for it is a shame 18 I thank my God, I speak with

• 2C0.10.7.

for women to speak in the church. tangues more than ye all:

1 Jo. 4. 6.

36 What! came the word of 19 Yet in the church I had ra

ach.12.31.

God out from you ? or came it ther speak five words with my

1 Th. 5.20.

into you only ? understanding, that by my voice

ver. 33. 37 'If any man think himself to I might teach others also, than

a Ga. 1.11. be a prophet, or spiritual, let hiin ten ihousand words in an un

b Ro. 6. 2.

acknowledge that the things that known tongue.

I write unto you are the com20 Brethren, A be not children in n Ps.131.2.

c Ro. 1. 16.
ch. 1. 21.

mandments of the Lord. understanding: howbeit, in mal- Mat.11.25.

38 But if any man be ignorant, ice i be ye children, but in under- & 18. 3. & Or,

let him be ignorant. standling bet men.

| 19. 14. Rohuld fast. 39 Wherefore, brethren, & covet 21 A In the law it is I written,

16.19,ch.3.1 G..
1. Ep.4.14. by what

to prophesy, and fortid not to With men of other tongues and He. 5. 12, speech.

speak with tongues. other lips will I speak unto this

13.

40 Let all things be done depeople, and yet for all that will

2 Ga. 3. 4. i Mat.18.3.)

cently, and in order. they not hear me, saith the

CHAP. XV. Lord.

+ Gr.

3 By Christ's resurrection, 12 he prou. 22 Wherefore tongues are for a

perfect, or, Ga. 1.12.

eth the necessity of our resurrection, sign, not to them that believe,

of a ripe & Ps. 22.15, against all such as deny the resurT26but to them that believe not : but

&c. Is. 53. tion of the body. 21 The fruit, 36 prophesying serveth not for them ch. 2. 6. 5, 6, &e. and manner thereof, 51 and of the thai believe not, but for them

Da. 9. 26. changing of them, that shall be found which believe.

34.

alive as the last day. 23 If therefore the whole church

Lu. 24. 26, 1 Is. 28. 11,46. Ac. 3.

MOREOVER, brethren, I debe come together into one place,

12.
18.&26.23.

111 clare unto you the gospel and all speak with tongues, and

1 Pe. 1. 11.

a which I prenched unto you, there come in those that are un

& 2.21.

which also ye have received, and learned, or unbelievers, will mAc.2.18

h Ps. 2.7.&

wherein ye stand; they not say that yc are mad ?

16. 10. Is.

2 c By which also ye are saved, 24 But if all prophesy, and there

53. 10. Ho. if ye | keep in memory what I come in one that believeth not, or

6.2. Lu.24. preached unto you, unless dye one unlearned, he is convinced of

26, 46. Ac. all, he is judged of all:

2. 25,-31. 3 For I delivered unto you first

& 13.33,34, 25 And thus are the secrets of

of all, that which I also receiv

35.& 26.22, his heart made manifest; and so

23. 1 Pe.l.

ed, how that Christ died for our falling down on his face, he will

sins & according to the scriptures; worship God, and report r that n Is. 45.14.

Hi Lu.21.34.

4 And that he was buried, and God is in you of a truth.

Zec. 8. 23.

that he rose again the third day 26 How is it then, brethren?

Mat. 28.

A according to the scriptures:

17. Ma. 16. when ye come together, every one

14. Lu, 21.

5 1 And that he was seen of Ceof you hath a psalm, hach a o ver.6.ch. 36.John20.

phas, then of the twelve: doctrine, hath a tongue, hath a 12. 8, 9, 10. 19. 28. Ac. 6 After that, he was seen of revelation, hath an interpreta

1 10. 41, above five hundred brethren at

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of the resurrection.

CHAP. XV.

The manner of it. once; of whom the greater part A. D. 69. A.D. 59. | him, it is manifest that he is exremain unto this present, but some

cepted which did put all things are fallen asleep.

under him. 7 After that, he was seen of

| Phi.3.21. 28 h And when all things shall James; then of all the apostles,

ch. 3. 3.

be subdued unto him, then ishall 8 m And last of all he was seen

Ac. 1. 3, 4. & 11. S.

the Son also himself be subject of me also, as of lone born out of m Ac. 9. 4,

unto him that put all things undue time.

17.& 22.14,

der him, that God may be all in 9 For I am n the least of the 18. ch.9.1.

all. a postles, that am not meet to be Or, an

29 Else what shall they do, called an apostle, because I per- abortive.

which are baptized for the dead, secuted the church of God. . n Ep. 3. 8.

if the dead rise not at all? why are 10 But p by the grace of God I O Ac. 8. 3.

they then baptized for the dead 1 am what I am: and his grace & 9. 1. Ga. 2 Co. 11. 30 And a why stand we in jeopwhich was bestowed upon me, 1. 13. Phi. 26. Ga.5.11. ardy every hour! Wusuot in vain; but al laboured 3.6. 1 Ti.l.,

31 'I protest by your rejoicing more abundantly than they all :

13.
read, our

which I have in Christ Jesus our r yet not l, but the grace of God P Ep.2.7,8

Th.2.19.

Lord, ml die daily.. which was with me.

92 Co. 11..

32 If after the manner of men Il Therefore whether it roere I 23.& 12.11.

m Ro.9.36. och. 4. 9. 2

*l have fought with beasts at or they, so we preach, and so ye - Mat. 10.Co.4.10,11.

Ephesus, what advantageth it believed.

20. Ro. 16.4 11. 3.

me, if the lead rise not? Olet us 12 Now if Christ be preached 18,19. 2Co..

eat and drink for to-morrow we that he rose from the dead, how

die.

B. En to speak say some among you that there 8. Ep.3. 7.

33 Be not deceived: pEvil comPhi. 2. 13.

after the is no resurrection of the dead?

manner munications corrupt good man13 But if there be no resurrec

of men. ners. tion of the dead, then is Christ slTh.4.14.

n 2 Co.1.8. 34 4 Awake to righteousness, not risen:

o Is. 22.13. and sin not; r for some have not 14 And if Christ be not risen,

& 56. 12. ihe knowledge of God. I speak then is our preaching vain, and

Ec. 2. 24. this to your shame. your faith is also vain.

Lu. 12. 19. 35 But some man will say, How 15 Yea, and we are found false

p ch. 5. 6. are the dead raised up ? and with witnesses of God; because i we t Ac. 2. 21,

what body do they come? lesed of God that he rais- 32. & 4. 10. Ro.13.11.

36 Thou fool, u that which thou ed up Christ : whom he raised

39. & 13.30 Ep. 5. 14.

Bowest is not quickeneil except it not up, if so be that the dead rise

rl Th.4.5.

die : hot.

sch. 6. 5.

37. And that wbich thou sowest, 16 For if the dead rise not, then

Ez. 37. 3. thou sowest not that body that is not Christ raised:

u John 12. shall be, but bare grain; it may 17 And if Christ be not raised,

21.

chance of wheat, or of some other your faith is vain ; * ye are yet in

grain: your sins.

38 But God giveth it a body as 18 Then they also which are

it hath pleased him, and to every fallen asleep in Christ are per

seed his own body. ished.

39 All flesh is not the same 19 *If in this life only, we have 2T1.3.12.

flesh; but there is one kind of hope in Christ, we are of all men

flesh of men, another flesh of most miserable.

beasts, another of fishes, and an20 But now yis Christ risen from yl Pe.1.3.

other of birds. the dead, and becoide the first

• Ac. 26.

40 There are also celestial bodfruits of them that slept.

23. ver.23.

ies, and bodies terrestrial : but 21 For e since by man came Col. 1. 18.

the glory of the celestial is one, death, by man came also the Re. 1. 5.

and the glory of the terrestrial is resurrection of the dead.

a Ro. 5. 12,

another. 22 For as in Adam all die, even

41 There is one glory of the sun, so in Christ shall all be made

b John 11.

and another glory of the moon, alive.

25. Ro. 6.

and another glory of the stars, 23 But cevery man in his own 23.

for one star diflereth from another order: Christ the first-fruits; al c ver. 20.

star in glory. terward they that are Christ's at | 1 Th. 4. 16, Da. 12.3. 42 * So also is the resurrection nis coming

16, 17. Mat.13.43. of the dead. It is sown in cor24 Then cometh the end, when

ruption, it is raised in incorruphe shall have delivered up d thed Da.7. 14,

tion: kingdom to God, even the Fa- n.

y Phi.3.21. 43 » It is sown in dishonour, it is ther; when he shall have put

raised in glory: it is sown down all rule, and all authority,

e Ps.110.1.
Ac.2.31,35.

weakness, It is raised m power: and power.

Ep. 1. 22.

44 It is sown a natural body, it 25 For he must reign, e till he Sto ne mos e 11, Line He. 1. 13.1

is raised a spiritual body. There hath put all enemies under his & 10. 13. 13 Ge. 2. 7. is a natural body, and there is a feet.

f2Ti.1.10 a Ro. 5.14.

spiritual body. 26 / The last enemy that shall Re. 20. 11.10 John 5.

45 And so it is written, The first be destroyed is death.

& Ps. 8. 6. 21. & 6.33,

man Adam - was made a living 27 For he hath put all things Mat.28.18. 39, 40, 54,

soul, a the last Adam was made under his feet. But when he He. 2. 8. 1 57. Phi. 3.

ba quickening spirit. saith all things are put under I Pe. 3. 22. 191. Col.3.4.1 46 How beit, that was not first

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