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What faith is.

CHẠP. XI.

The worthy fruits of faith. draw back unto perdition : but, A. D. 64. A. D. 64.1 14 For they that say such things of them that? believe to the sav

* declare plainly that they seek a

1 Ac.16,30, ch.13.14. ing of the soul.

country.

31. 1 Th.5. CHAP. XI.

9.2 Th. 2.

15 And truly, if they had been 1 What faith is, 6 Without faith we 14.

mindful of that country from cannot please God. 7 The worthy

whence they came out, they might fruits thereof in the fathers of old

have had opportunity to have reSime.

turned. NOW faith is the substance ? Or,

16 But now they desire a better of things hoped for, the evi-ground, or,

country, that is, an heavenly: dence a of things not seen:

confidenoe.

wherefore God is not ashamed 2 For b by it the elders obtained a Ro. 8.21, a Ex. 3. 6, 4 to be called their God: for she a good report.

25. 2 Co. 4. 15.Mat.22. hath prepared for them a city. 3 Through faith we understand

| 18. & 5. 7. 32. Ac. 7. 17 By faith Abraham, when he that c the worlds were framed by 5 ver. 39. 32.

was tried, offered up Isaac: and the word of God, so that things c Ge. 1. 1. Ph he that had received the promwhich are seen were not made of Ps. 33, 6,ch. 13, 14.

ises d offered up his only begotten things which do appear.

John 1. 3. c Ge. 22.1, son, 4 By faith d Abel offered unto ch. 1. 2. 29.

18 | of whom it was said, e That God a more excellent sacrifice

in Isaac shall thy seed be called : than Cain, by which he obtained

1. Ge. 4. 4.
ve...

19 Accounting that God I was

Or, To. witness that he was righteous,

1 1 Jo. 3. 12. "

Ge.21.12.

able to raise him up, even from God testifying of his gifts: and by

Ro. 9. 7.

the dead; from whence also he it he being dead el yet speaketh. e Ge. 4.10.

received him in a figure. 5 By faith f Enoch was trans Mat.23.35.

35:

Ro
Ro. 4,17,

20 By faith 6 Isaac blessed Jacob lated, that he should not see

and Esau concerning things to death; and was not found, be- 1 1 Or, is vet Ge.21.21, come. cause God had translated him: spoken of. 39.

21 By faith Jacob, when he was for before his translation he had | Ge. 5.22.1 h Ge. 48.5, a dying, blessed both the sons this testimony, that he pleased

16, 20. of Joseph; and i worshipped, leanGod.

i Ge.47.31. ing upon the top of his stait. 6 But without faith it is impos

A Ge.50.21.

22 By faith Joseph, when he sible to please him for he that. Ge. 6. 13. 25. Ex. 13.

died, I made mention of the decometh to God must believe that 22. 19.

parting of the children of Israel; he is, and that he is a rewarder

1 Or, be- Or, re.

and gave commandment concernof them that diligently seek him.

ing wary.

membered. ing liis bones. 7 By faith & Noah, being warned

hlPe.3.20.1 Ex. 2. 2.

23 By faith Moses, when he was of God of things not seen as yet,

Ac. 7. 20.

born, was hid three months of his moved with fear, a prepared an

i Ro. 3. 22.
Ro.

parents, because they saw he was ark to the saving of his house;

4.13.Phi.

a proper child; and they were not

3.9. by the which he condemned the

m Ex.1.16. afraid of the king's mcommandworld, and became heir of ithe

Ge. 12. 1, 22.

ment. righteousness which is by faith.

24 By faith n Moses, when he 8 By faith * Abraham, when he

11.

was come to years, refused to be was called to go out into a place

I Ge. 12.8.

called the son of Pharaoh's daugh

1 & 13.3, 18. which he should after receive for

ter;

& 18. 1, 9. an inheritance, obeyed; and he

o Ps. 81.10. 25' Choosing rather to suffer afwent out not knowing whither he

in ch.6.17.

fliction with the people of God, went.

nch.12.22.

than to enjoy the pleasures of sin 9 By faith he sojourned in the

& 13. 14.

for a season; land of promise, as in a strange och. 3. 4. p ch.13.13. 26 Esteeming Pthe reproach of country, dwelling in tabernacles Re. 21. 2. Or. Christ greater riches than the with Isaac and Jacob, m the heirs 10.

for Christ. treasures in Egypt: for he had with himn of the same promise: 1 p Ge. 17.19.1

respect unto I the recompense of

q ch.10.35. lo For he looked for n a city &18.11,14.1

the reward. which hath foundations, whose

27 By faith the forsook Egypt, builder and maker is God.

9 See Lu. 29.& 12.37. not fearing the wrath of the king: 11 Through faith also P Sarah | 1. 36. & 13.17,18. for he endured, as s seeing him herself received strength to con- Ro. 4.21. s ver. 13. who is invisible. ceive sced, and I was delivered ch. 10. 23..

28 Through faith the kept the of a child when she was past age, & Ro. 4. 19. de.

passover, and the sprinkling of because she judged him i faithful

Ge.22.17.

blood, lest he that destroyed the who had proinised.

Ro. 4. 18.

first-boru should touch them. 12 Therefore sprang there even

29 By faith uthey passed through of one, and shim as good as dead,

according

22, 29. the Red sea as by dry land : which * so many as the stars of the sky

to faith.

the Egyptians assaying to do in multitude, and as the sand

were drowned.

u ver. 39. which is by the sea-shore innu

- Jos.6.20. 30 By faith the walls of Jerimerable.

ver. 97.

cho fell down, after they were 13 These all died tin faith, u not

John 8.56.

com passed about seven days. having received the proniises, but y Ge. 23. 4. Jos.6.23. 31 By faith y the harlot Rahab

& *having seen them atar ofl, and

47. 9. Ja. 2. 25.

perished not with them that be

Ch. 29. 15. were persuaded of them, and em

Ps. 39. 121 Or, that

Tieved not, when she had receivbraced them, and y confessed that & 11919 were disced the spies with peace. they were strangers and pilgrims | Pe. 1. 17.1 bedient. on the earth.

1 & 2. 11. Ta Jos.l.1. I for the time would fail me to tell

4. Ac. 7. 2,

Ex.2.10,

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Ex. 14

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An exhortation

HEBREWS.

io constant faith, to of a Gedeon, and of b Barek, and, A.D. 64. A. D. 64. idealeth with you as with sons. of Samson, and of d Jephthae, of

for what son is he whom the fae David also, and í Samuel, and

ala Ju.6. 11. m Ps. 73.1.

ther chasteneth not? of the prophets:

b Ju. 4. 6. 1 Pe. 5.9.
c Ju.13.21. n Nu. 16.

8 But if ye be without chastise33 Who through faith subdued

d Ju. 11. 1. 22.& 27.16. ment, m whereof all are partakers, kingdoms, wrought righteous- & 12. 7. Job 12. 10. then are ye bastards, and not sons. ness, & obtained promises, n stop • 18a.16.1, Ec. 12.7.18. 9 Furthermore, we have had taped the mouths of lions,

13.& 17.45. 42.5 & 57. thers of our flesh which corrected 34 i Quenched the violence of

1 f 1Sa.1.20. 16. Zec. 12.

18, and we gave them reverence. fire, escaped the edge of the 12. 20. 1.

shall we not much rather he in

8 28a.7.11, sword, l out of weakness were

Or,

subjection untun the Father of &e.

as seemed made strong, waxed valiant in h Ju. 14. 5, good, or,

spirits, and live? fight, m turned to flight the ar 6. 1 Sa. 17. meet to

20 For they verily for a few days mies of the aliens.

34, 35. Da. then

chastened us after their own 35 » Women received their dead

6. 82. Le.11. 11.

pleasure; but he for our profile raised to life again: and others

i Da. 3. 25. & 19. 2. 11tha te

o that we might be partakers of were tortured, not accepting de

1Sa, 20.1. Pe 1.15,16. his holiness.

1 Ki, 19.8.17 liverance; that they might obtain

2 Ki. 6. 16.

p Jn. 3. 14. 1 Now no chastening for tho a better resurrection:

12 Ki.20.7. Job 1.3,4. present seemeth to be joyous, but 36 And others had trial of cruel

grievous: nevertheless, afterward mockings and scourgings, yea,

10. Ps. 6.8. Pr. 4. 26,

it yieldeth P the peaceable fruit of moreover of bonds and impris

m Ju. 15.9, 27,

righteousness unto thein which onnent :

15. 1Sa. 14. 11 Or, even. are exercised thereby. 37 .They were stoned, they were

13, &c. & 8 Ga 6.1. 12 Wherefore y lift up the hands sawn asunder, were tempted, were

17.51, 52.2 + Ps.34.14.
Sa.8.1,&c. Ro. 12. 18.

which hang down, and the feeble slain with the sword: they wan

nl Ki. 17. & 14. 9. 2

knees; dered about ' in sheep-skins, and 22. 2 Ki. 4. Ti. 2. 22.

13 And make | straight paths goat-skins; being destitute, af 35.

for your feet, lest that which is

u Mat.5.8. Hicted, tormented;

o Ac. 22.25. 2 Co. 7. 1.

lame be turned out of the way; 38 (Or whom the world was not

but let it rather be healed. worthy:) they wandered in des

Je. 20.2.&
2 Co.6.1.

14 Follow peace with all men, erts, and in mountains, and u in

37. 15.

and holiness, without which no dens and caves of the earth.

11 Ki. 21. y Ga, 5. 4.

man shall see the Lord:

13. 2Ch.24. Or, 39 And these all, having ob

21. Ac. 7. fall from. 15 - Looking diligently, y lest tained a good report through 68 & 14.19. De, 29. any man fail of the grace of God; faith, received not the promise s 2Ki. 1.8. 18.ch.3.12, *lest any root of bitterness spring

40 God having provided y some Mat. 3. 4. a Ep. 5. 3. ing up, trouble you, and thereby better thing for us, that they

Zec, 13.4. Col. 3. 5. many be defiled; without us should not be made

1 ul ki. 18. 1 Th. 4. 3. 16 . Lest there be any fornicator,

4. & 19. 9. Ge. 25.33. perfect.

ver. 2,13. Ge. 27.34,

or profane person, as Esau, who CHAP. XII.

for one morsel of meat sold his 1 An exhortation to constant faith, pa

birthright. dience, and godliness. 22 A commenda-lych. 7. 22.1 ch.0.

nd ch. 6. 6. 17 For ye know how that aftertion of the new testament above the old. & 8. 6. Or, way ward, when he would have me WHEREFORE, seeing we al

. ch. 6. 9. to change

herited the blessing, he was reSo are compassed about

& 12. 23. his mind.

jected: d for he found no place with so great a cloud of witness

Re. 6. 11. e Ex. 19.12,

of repentance, though he sought

a Col. 3,8. 18,19.& 20. es, a let us lay aside every weight, I i Pe. 2. 1. 18. De. 4.

it carefully with tears. and the sin which doth so easily | blCo.9.21. 11. & 5.22. 18 For ye are not come unto beset us, and blet us run a with Phi. 3. 13. Ro. 6.14.& e the mount that might be touchpatience the race that is set be 14.

8. 15. 2 Ti. ed, and that burned with fire, nor fore us,

c Ro 12.19.1. 7. unto blackness, and darkuess, and 2 Looking unto Jesus the au

ch. 10. 36. f Ex. 20. 1

tem pest, thor and finisher of our faith;

# Or, 19. De, 5.5,

19 And the sound of a trumpel,

beginner. 25.& 18.16. d who, for the joy that was set be

and the voice of words; which

d Lu.21.26. & Ex. 19. fore him, endured the cross, de

voice they that heard, f entreated

Phi. 2. 8, 13, spising the shame, and e is set

&c. 1 Pe.l. h Ex. 19.

that the word should not be spodown at the right hand of the 11. 16.

ken to them any more: throne of God.

e Ps.110.1. i Ga. 4. 26.

20 (For they could not endure 3 For consider him that ench. 1. 3,13. Re. 3.12.& thai which was commanded, dured such contradiction of sin- & 8.1. 1Pe. 21. 2, 10. 6 And if so much as a beast touch pers against himself, & lest ye be

3. 22. X Phi.3.20. the mountain, it shall be stoned,

f Mat. 10. wearied and faint in your minds.

or thrust through with a dart: 4 h Ye have not yet resisted unto

24,25.John Ps. 68. 17. 21 h And so terrible was the

15. 20. blood, striving against sin.

& Ga. 6. 9.

Jude 14. sight, that Moses said, I exceed5 And ye have forgotten the ex hl Co. 10. Jan. 18.

m Ex.4.22. ingly fear and quake :) hortation which speaketh

Ja. 1. 18. unto

22 But ye are come ? unto mount

13. ch. 10. Re. 14. 4. you as unto children, i My son, 32, 33, 34.1

Sion, and unto the city of the despise not thou the chastening

n Lu.10.20. living God, the heavenly Jerusa

i Job 5. 17. of the Lord, nor faint when thou

Pr. 3. 11. Phi. 4. 3.

lem, and to an innumerat le art rebuked of him:

company of angels,

& 119. 75. 1 Or, 6 For k whom the Lord loveth

23 To the general assembly and

Pr. 3. 22. enrolled. he chasteneth, and scourgeth ev

church of mihe first-born, n which

Ja. 1. 12. o Ge.18.25. church of m the first-b ery sou whom he receiveth.

Re. 3. 19. Ps. 94. 2. are written in heaven, and to 7 If ye endure chastening. God ii De. 8. 5. Phi.3.12.God the Judge of all, and to the 2 Sa. 7. 14. Pr. 13. 24. & 19. 18.& 23. 13. Ich. 11. 40. spirits of just inen pinade perfect.

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Divers godly admonitions.

CHAP. XIII.

Divers godly admonitions. 24 And to Jesus the Mediator A. D. 64. A. D. 64. | with meats, which have not profof the new covenant, and to

ited them that have been occuthe blood of sprinkling, that

7 ch.5.6 & 01Co.9.13.

pied therein.

9. 15. & 10. 18. speaketh better things than that

| Or, p Ex. 29.

10. We have an altar, whereof of Abel.

testament. 14. Le. 4. they have no right to eat which 25 See that ye refuse not him T Ex. 21.8, 111, 12,21.& serve the tabernacle. that speaketh. For ? if they es ch. 10. 22. 6. 30. & 9. 11 For P the bodies of those caped not who refused him that

I Pe. 1. 2. 11.& 16.27. beasts, whose blood is brought apake on earth. much more shalls Ge. 4. 10. Nu 19. 3.

into the sanctuary by the high not we escape, if we turn away

ch. 11. 4. 1 John 19.

priest for sin, are burned without

| tch. 2. 2,3. 17, 18. Ac. from him that speaketh from

& 3. 17. & 17. 68.

ihe camp. heaven:

10. 28, 29. r ch.11.28.

12 Wherefore Jesiis also, that 26 u Whose voice then shook the

he might sanctify the people with earth: but now he hath prom

8 Mi. 2. 10. his own blood, I suffered without ised, saying, - Yet once more I Hag2.8. Phi. 3. 20.

the gate. shake not the earth only, but also y Ps. 102. ch. 11. 10,

13 Let us go forth therefore unto heaven.

26.Mat.24. 16.& 12 22.

him without the camp, bearing 27 And this word, Yet once

35. 2 Pe. 3.1 Ep. 5. 20.
10. Re. 21.1 Pe. 2. 5.

This reproach. more, signifieth y the removing

u Le, 7. 12.

14 For here have we no conof those things that are shaken,

y Or, may Ps. '50. 14, tinuing city, but we seek one to as of things that are made, that is shaken. 23.& 69.30, come. those things which cannot be Or, 31. & 107. 15 By him therefore let us offer shaken may remain.

let us hold 22. & 116.

u the sacrifice of praise to God 28 Wherefore we receiving a fast.

17.

continually, that is, the fruit of kingdom which cannot be moved,

• Ex. 21. 3 Ho. 14.2.

our lips, f giving thanks to his let us have grace, whereby we

17. De. 4. t Gr. con-
24. & 9. 3. fessing to.

name. may serve God acceptably, with Ps. 50.3.& y Ro.12.13.

16 v But to do good, and to coinreverence and yodly tear;

97.3. 19.66. 2C0.9.12. municate, forget not: for swith 29 For our God is a consuming 15.2 Thil. Phi. 4. 18. such sacrifices God is well pleasfire.

8.ch.le.27.ch. 6. 10. ed. CHAP. XII.

a Ro.12.10. a l'hi.2.29.

17 a Obey them that I have the

1 Th. 4. 9.1 Th. 6.12. 1 Divers admonitions, as to charity, 4

rule over you, and submit your

1 Pe. 1. 22. 1 Ti. 5. 17. honest life, 6 to avoid couctousness, 7 & 2.17.&3. ver. 7.

selves: for b they watch for your to regard Guil's preachers, 9 to take 8. & 4.8.2 Or,

souls, as they that must give acreed of strange doctrines, 10 to confess Pe. 1.7.1 Jo.guide.

count, that they may do it with Christ, 16 to give alms, 17 to obey 3.11,&c. & 6 Ez. 3. 17. joy, and not with grief: for that governors, 18 to pray for the apostle.

is un profitable for you. 20 The conclusion.

| 6 Mat. 25. Ac, 20. 26, 18 Pray for us: for we trust we T ET a brotherly love continue. 35. Ro. 12. 28.

have da good conscience, in all U 2 Be not forgetful to enter 13.1 Ti.3.2. Ro. 16.30.

things willing to live honestly. tain strangers : for thereby some

| 1 Pe. 4. 9. Ep. 6. 19.
c Ge. 18.3. Col. 4. 3.

19 But I beseech you e the rather have entertained angels una

& 19. 2. 1 Th. 5.25. to do this, that I may be restored wares.

d Mat. 25.2 Th. 3. 1. to you the sooner. 3 d Remember them that are in 36. Ro. 12. d Ae, 23.1. 20 Now f the God of peace, bonds, as bound with them; and 15. 1Co.12. & 24. 16. 2 that brought again from the them which suffer adversity, as 26. Col. 4. Co. 1. 12.

dead our Lord Jesus, that great being yourselves also in the body,

18.1 Pe.3.8. Philem.

Shepherd of the sheep, i through 4 Marriage is honourable in

1 & 1 Co.6.9. 22.
Ga. 5. 19, SR0.16.33.

the blood of the everlasting | Covall, and the bed undefiled: e but

21. Ep.5.5.1 Th. 6,23,

enant, whoremongers and adulterers

Col. 3. 5, 6. & Ac, 2. 24,

21 * Make you perfect in every God will judge.

Re. 22. 15. 32. Ro. 4. good work, to do his will, work5 Let your conversation be with If Mat. 6. 24. & 8.11. ing in you that which is wellout covetousness; and s be con- 25,34. Phi. 1 Co 6. 14. pleasing in his sight, through Jetent with such things as ye have: 4, 11, 12. 2 & 15. 16.

sus Christ; m to whom be glory for he hath said, I will never

Ti. 6.6,8. 2 Co. 4. 14.

for ever and ever. Amen. leave thee, nor forsake thee.

& Ge. 28. 15. Ga. l. 1.
De. 31.6,8. Col. 2. 12.

22 And I beseech you, brethren, 6 So that we may boldly say,

Jos. 1.5. 1 1 Th. 1.10.

suffer the word of exhortation : The Lord is my helper, and i

Ch. 28. 20. 1 Pe. 1. 21. for n I have written a letter unto will not fear what mau shall do Ps. 37. 25. n Is. 40.11. you in few words. onto me.

h Ps. 27. 1. Ez. 34. 23. 23 Know ye, that o our brother 7 i Remember them which have & 56. 4, 11, & 37. 24.

Timothy Pís set at liberty; with the rule over you, who have spo

12.&118.6. John 10.11,

whom, if he come shortly, I will ken unto you the word of God:

i ver. 17. 14. I Pe. 2.

see you. whose faith follow, considering

Or, are 25 & 5. 4.

24 Salute all them that have the end of their conversation:

Ach, 6. 12. ch. 10. 22.

the rule over you, and all the 8 Jesus Christ the same yes- 1 1 John 8. Or,

saints. They of Italy Balute yoll. terday, and to-day, and for 68.ch.1.12. Testament, 25 T Grace be with you all. ever.

Re. 1. 4. * 2 Th. 2. Amen. 9 m Be not carried about with m Ep.1.14. 17, 1 Pe. 5. I Written to the Hebrews from divers and strange doctrines: for

& 5.6. Col. 10.
2.4,8. 1 Jo.

Italy, by Timothy. it is a good thing that the heart

Or,

4.1. doing. 1 Phi. 2. 13. mn Ga. 1. 5. 2 Ti. 4. 18. Re. be established with grace; not in Ro.14.17. 1. 6. n 1 Pe. 5. 12. 01 Th. 3. 2. p I Ti. 6. 12 Col. 2. 16. 1 Ti. 4. 3. lq ver. 7, 17. Tit. 3. 15.

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Pr. 14.17.

CHAP. I.

A.D. 1 A. D. perfect gift is from above, and 1 We are to rejoice under the cross, 5 to cir. 60.1 cir. 60

cometh down from the Father of ask patience of God, 13 and in our

lights, with whom is no variatrials not to impute our weakness, or AC.12.17.Nu. 23.

bleness, neither shadow of turusins, unto him, 19 but rather to hearken dc 15. 13. 19. 18a. 15.

ing. to the word, to meditate in it, and Ga. 1.19.& 29, Mal. 3. to do thereafter.

18 ~ Of his own will begat he is 26 Otherwise men 2.9.Jude 1.6. Ro. ll. may seem, but never be truly reli 10 Tit. 1. 1. 29.

with the word of truth, y that we Rious.

should be a kind of first-fruits

c Ac. 26.7.- John 1. a JAMES, ba servant of God and

13. & 3. 3.

of his creatures. J of the Lord Jesus Christ, cto d. De. 32. 1 Co. 4. 15. 19 Wherefore, my beloved breth

26. John 7.1 Pe. 1. 23. the twelve tribes d which are scat

rep, a let every man be swift to tered abroad, greeting.

&8.1. 1Pe. y Ep. 1. 12. hear, slow to speak, slow to 2 My brethren, count it all joy 1.1.

Je. 2. 3.

wrath : ś when ye fall into divers temp- e Mat. 5. Re. 14, 4. 20 For the wrath of man worktations;

12. Ac. 5. Ec. 5. 1.

eth not the righteousness of God. 33 Knowing this, that the trying 41. He. 10. in Pr.10.19.

21 Wherefore d lay a part all filthof your faith worketh patience.

& 17. 27.1

iness, and supertiuity of naughti4 But let patience have her per

ness, and receive with meekness fect work, that ye may be perfect

the ingrafted word, e which is and entire, wanting nothing. : Ro. 5. 3.16. 32.

able to save your souls. 5 h If any of you lack wisdom, h i Ki.3.9. Ec. 7. 9.

22 But s be ye doers of the word, i let him ask of God, that giveth

11, 12. Pr.

and not hearers only, deceiving

Col. 3.8. to all men liberally, and upbraid

2.3.

your own selves.

1 Pe. 2.1. eth not; and kit shall be given

i Mat.7.7.le Ac.13.26.

23 For if any be a hearer of him.

the word, and not a doen! & 21. 2. Ro, 1. 16.

the word, and not a doer, he is 6 ? But let him ask in faith,

Ma. 11.21.1 Co. 16. 2.

like unto a man beholding his nothing wavering. For he that

Lu. 11. 9. Ep. 1. 13.

natural face in a glass : wavereth is like a wave of the sea John14.13. Tit. 2. 11. 24 For he beholdeth himself, driver with the wind and tossed.

& 15. 7. & He. 2. 3.1 and goeth his way, and straight

16. 23. 7 For let not that man think

Pe. 1. 9. way forgetteth what manner of that he shall receive any thing

man he was.

1 Jo. 5. 14, of the Lord.

14, 21. Lu. 6. 25 But I whoso looketh into the

15. 8 m A double-minded man is

46.&11.28. perfect ilaw of liberty, and con

I Ma. 11. Ro. 2. 13. unstable in all his ways.

tinueth therein, be being not a

24, 1 Ti. 2. 1 Jo. 3. 7. 9 Let the brother of low degree

forgetful hearer, but a doer of

8. rejoice in that he is exalted :

I: Lu. 6,47, the work, this man shall be

mch. 4. 8. &c. 10 But the rich, in that he is

See blessed in his deed.

Or, ch. 2. 14, made low: because n as the flow

26 If any man among you seem

glory. &c. er of the grass he shall pass a way.

to be religious, and bridleth not For the sun is no sooner risen

n Job 14 2.1 2C0.3.18.

his tongue, but deceiveth his own

Ps. 37.2.& lich. 2. 12. with a burning heat, but it with

heart, this man's religion is vain.

90. 5, 6. & ereth the grass, and the flower 102. 11. &

A John 13. 27 Pure religion and undefiled thereof falleth, and the grace of 103. 15. Is. 17.

before God and the Father is the fashion of it perisheth : so also 40.6. 1 Co. Or,

this, m To visit the fatherless and shall the rich man fade away in

7. 31. ch.4. doing. widows in their affliction, n and his ways.

14.1 Pe. 1. . Ps.34.13. to keep himself unspotted from 12 Biessed is the man that en

21. 1 Jo. 2.
Jo. 2. & 39. 1. 1
39

the world.

17. Jureth temptation : for when he

Pe. 3. 10.

CHAP. II.

Job 5.17. is tried, he shall receive P the

m Is.). 1611 It is not agreeable to Christian pro.

Pr.3.11,12 crown of life, which the Lord

12. 17. & 58, 6,

fession to regard the rich, and to de

spise the poor brethren: 13 rather we hath promised to them that love

are to be loving, and merciful : 14 and him.

piCo.9 25.

not to boast of faith where no deeds 13 Let no man say when he is

n Ro. 12.2. 2 Ti, 4. 8.

are, 17 which is but a dead faith, 19 tempted, I am tempted of God: for ch. 2. 5. 1

ch. 4. 4. 1

the faith of devils, 21 and not of AbraGeu cannot be tempted with evil, Pe.5.4. Re.

Jo. 5. 18.

ham, 25 and Rahal. neither tempteth he any man: 2. 10.

M Y brethren, have not the faith 14 But every man is tempted,

(Mat. 10.a Co.2.8,

M of our Lord Jesus Christ, when he is drawn a way of his 22.&1922,

a the Lord of glory, with respect own lust, and enticed.

of persons, 15 Then, when lust hath con

Or, evils. 16. 19. Pr.

2 For if there come unto your ceived, it bringeth forth sin; and Job 15.24.23. & 28.

tassembly, a man with a gold sin, when it is finished, sbringeth 35. Ps.7.14.21. Mat. 22. ring, in goodiy apparel, and there forth death.

Ro. 6. 21. 16. ver. 9. corne in also a poor man in vile 16 Do not err, my beloved breth

raiment; ren,

John 3. + Gr. syn. 3 And ye have respect to him 17 · Every good gift and every 1 27.2C0.4.7.1 agogue. that weareth the gay clothing,

He. 12. 5. 17. Mat. 25.
Re. 3. 19. 36.

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of faith without worke.

CHAP. III.

Of governing the tongue. and say unto him, Sit thou bere A. D. I A.D. | 23 And the scripture was fulin a good place; and say to the cir. 60. cir. 60.

filled, which saith, y Abraham poor, Stand thou there, or sit

believed God, and it was impu

!! Or, well, y Ge. 15.6. here under my footstool :

or, seemly. Ro.4.3.Ga.

ted unto him for righteousness: 4 Are ye not then partial in

3. 6.

and he was called the Friend yourselves, and are become judges

of God.

+ 2 Ch. 20. of evil thoughts?

7. Is. 41. 8.

24 Ye see then how that by 5 Hearken, my beloved brethren,

works a man is justified, and not c Hath not God chosen the poor John 7.

by faith only. of this world d rich in faith, and

25 Likewise also a was not Raheirs of the kingdom which he 26, 28. He. ll. 31. hab the harlot justified by works, bath promised to them that love | d Lu.12.21.

when she had received the ineshim ?

1 Ti. 6. 18.

sengers, and had sent them out 6 But s ye have despised the Re. 2. 9.

another way? poor. Do not rich men oppress Or, tha!.

26 For as the body without the you, & and draw you before the Ex. 20.6.0 Or, Ispirit is dead, so faith without judgment-seats ?

1 Sa. 2. 30. Toreruh.

works is dead also. 7. Do not they blaspheme that Pr. 8. 17.

CHAP. III. worthy name by the which ye Mat. 5. 3. are called?

1 We are not rashly or arrogantly to Lu.6.20.& 12.32. 1Co.

reprove others : 5 but rather to hridle 8 If ye fulfil the royal law ac

2.9.2 Ti.4.1

the tongue, a little member, but a cording to the scripture, a Thou

8. ch. 1.12.

powerful instrument of much good, shalt love thy neighbour as thy

and great harm. 13 They who be self, ye do well:

truly wise be mild, and peaceable,

22. 9 But iif ve have respect to per

without envying, and strife. sons, ye commit sin, and are con

& Ac.13.50. a Mat. 23. M Y brethren, a be not many

& 17. 6. &|8 14. Ro.. vinced of the lawas transgressors.

I masters, knowing that we

18. 12. ch. 20,21.1 Pe. 10 For whosoever shall keep the

shall receive the greater 5. 6.

coul

5. 3. whole law, and yet offend in one

demnation. point, be is guilty of all.

h Le.19.18.0 Lu. 6.37. 2 Forcin many things we of

Mat.22.39. Il For 1 he that said, ? Do not

Ro. 13.8,9.

fend all. If any man offend not commit adultery; said also, Do

Ga.5.14.&

judgment. in word, e the same is a perfect net kill. Now, if thou commit

clK1.8.46. man, and able also to bridle the no adultery, yet if thou kill, thou i ver. 1.

2 Ch. 6. 36. whole body. art become a transgressor of the

Pr. 20. 9. | 3 Behold, f we put bits in the

A De 27.26. E. 7. 20. law.

horses' mouths, that they may

Mat. 5. 19. 1 Jo. 1.8. 12 So speak ye, and so do, as Ga. 3

obey us; and we turn about their they that shall be judged by m the

whole body.

Or, law of liberty.

ch. 1. 26. 1

14 Behold also the ships, which, 13 For n he shall have judgment which said.. Mat. 12.

that law Pe. 3. 10.

though they be so great, and are without mercy that hath shewed

driven of fierce winds, yet are

1 Ex.20.13, 37. no mercy; and mercy I rejoiceth

they turned about with a very

14. agalust judgment.

If Ps 32.9. small helm, whithersoever the 14 p What doth it profit, my

in ch. 1.25.!

governor listeth. brethren, though a man say he

* Job 22.6, g Pr.12 18. 5 Even so 6 the tongue is a little hath faith, and have not works?

&o. Pr. 21. & 15, 2. meinber, and hboasteth great

13. Mat. 6. can faith save him?

things. Behold, how great la 15 wf a brother or sister be 25.41.12.& 73. 8, 9.

& 73. 8, 9. matter a little fire kindletb! naked, and destitute of daily

6 And i the tongue is a fire, a

01 J0.4.17.!! Or, food,

wood, world of iniquity: so is the 16 And one of you say unto

li Pr.16.27.

tongue among our members, that them, Depart in peace, be ye

kit defileth the whole body, and

glorieth. A Mat. 15. warmed and fiiled; notwithstand

setteth on fire thet course of paing ye give them not those things

Ip Mat. 7.11, 18, 19,

ture; and it is set on fire of hell.

26.ch. 9920. Ma. 7. which are needful to the body;

15, 20, 23.

7 For every t kind of beasts, and what doth it profit?

q See Job

of birds, and of serpents, and of 17 Even so faith, if it hath not

things in the sea, is tamed, and works, is dead, being alone.

hath been tamed, oft mankind: 18 Yea, a man may say, Thou

nature.

8 But the tongue can no man hast faith, and I have works: 1 + Gr.

tame; it is an unruly evil, full

+ Gr. shew me thy faith without thy by itself.

nature of

of deadly poison. works, sand I will shew thee my # Some

9 Therewith bless we God, even

man. faith by my works.

copies
12 Ps.140.3.

the Father; and there with curse 19 Thou believest that there is read, by

we men, m which are made atier

The thy works. m Ge.1.26. one God; thon doest well: ' the thy works.

the similitude of God. devils also believe, and tremble. sch. 3. 13.18

& 5.1. & 9.1

10 Out of the same mouth pro20 But wilt thou know, O vain Mat.8.23.

ceedeth blessing and cursing. man, that faith without works is Ma.1.24.&

My brethren, these things ought dead ?

5. 7. Lu. 4.

not so to be. 21 Was not Abraham our father 31. Ac. 16.

11 Doth a fountain send forth at justified by works, u when he had

17.& 19.15.19 Or, hole. the same place sweet water and offered Isaac his son upon the

u Ge. 22. 9,

bitter? altar?

12 Can ihe fir-tree, my brethren, 22 Seest thou how faith Or,

bear olive-berries ? either a vine, wrought with his works, and by Thou seret.

figs? socin no fountain bott: works was faith made perfect? laHe.11.17.

yield salt water and fresh.

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