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Of covetousness, intemperance, &c. JAMES.

The uncertainty of life. 13 * Who is a wise man and A. D. A. D. Jother, brethren. He that speakendued with knowledge among

cir. 60. cir. 60. leth evil of his brother, and you I let him shew out of a good

judgeth his brother, speaketh

n Ga, 6. 4. Mat.7.1. conversation his works P with

och. 2. 18. Lu. 6. 37. Levil of the law, and judgeth the meekness of wisdom.

peh. 1. 21. Ro. 2. 1. 1 law: but if thou judge the law, 14 But if ye have y bitter envy. Ro.13.13. Co. 4. 5. thou art not a doer of the law, ing and strife in your hearts, Ro. 2. 17,

but a judge. glory not, and lie not against

23.

' Mat. 10. 12 There is one lawgiver, who the truth.

sch, 1. 17. 28.

is able to save, and to destroy: 15 - This wisdom descendeth

I who art thou that judgest an

Or. not from above, but is earthly,

13. natural,

other? #sensual, devilish.

Jude 19. u Pr. 27.1.

113 u Go to now, ye that say, 16 For I where envying and t 1 Co. 3.3. Lu. 12. 18, To-day or to-morrow we will go strife is, there is t confusion and Ga 5. 20.

into such a city, and continue every evil work

+ Gr.

there a year, and buy, and sell, 17 But u the wisdom that is tumult, or,

and get gain : from above is first pure, then

nuret

14 Whereas ye know not what

ness. peaceable, rentle, and easy to be

ul Co.2.6,

shall be on the morrow. For what entreated, full of mercy and good 7.

2.0, Or,

is your life? It is even a vafruits, without partiality, and Or,

For it is. pour, that appeareth for a little Without hypocrisy.

without Job 7.7. time, and then vanisheth away. 18 y And the fruit of righteous-wranglin. Ps. 102. 3. 15 For that ye ought to say. ness is sown in peace of them

Ro. 12.9. ch. 1. 10. 1 the Lord will, we shall live, and that make peace.

1 Pe. 1. 22. Pe. 1. 21.

do this, or that.

& 2.1, 1Jo. 1 Jo. 2. 17. CHAP. IV.

16 But now ye rejoice in your

3. 18. y Ac.18.21. 1 We are to strive against covetous.

boastings: * all such rejoicing is ness, 4 intemperance, 6 pride, 11 de

Ho. 10. 12. & 16.7.He.

evil. traction, and rash judgment of Mat. 6, 9.16.3.

17 Therefore to him that knowothers : 13 and not to be confident Phi. 1. 11.1.

eth to do good, and doeth it not, in the good success of worldly busi. He 12 ujal Co.5.6.

to him it is sin. RESS, but mindful ever of the uncer.

la Lu.12. 17.

CHAP. V. tainty of this life, to commit our.

brawlings. John 9. 41. 1 Wicked rich men are to fear God's selves and all our affairs to God's

1 Or, & 15. 22.

pengeanoe, 7 We ought to be patient providence.

pleasures. Rol 20,21,

in afflictions, after the example of the FROM whence come wars and So ver. 3. 32. & 2. 17,

prophets, and Job : 12 to forbear 1 fightings among you ? come a Ro. 7.23.18, 23.

$wearing, 13 to pray in adversity, to they not hence, even of your Ga. 5. 17.

sing in prosperity: 16 to acknowledge Ilusts that war in your memn i Pe. 2. 11.

mutually our several faults, to pray bers?

| Or, envy.

one for another, 19 and to reduce a

Job 27.9. 2 Ye lust and have not: ye kill,

straying brother to the truth.

& 35. 12.a Pr.11.29. and desire to have, and cannot

No a to now, ye rich men, weep

Ps. 18. 41. Lu. 6. 21. obtain: ye fight and war, yet ye

U and howl for your miseries

Pr.1.2.1s. 1 Ti, 8, 9, that shall come upon you. have not, because ye ask not. 1.15.Je.ll. 3Ye ask, and receive not, cbe 11. Mi.3.4.

2 Your riches are corrupted, and Cause ye ask amiss, that ye may

Zec. 7. 13.15 Job 13.28.o your garments are moth-eaten. consume it upon your llusts.

cPs.66.18. Mat. 6. 20. 13 Your gold and silver is can

1 Jo. 3. 22. ch. 2.2. kered: and the rust of them shall 4d Ye adulterers and adul

& 5. 11.

be a witness against you, and teresses, know ye not that the

| Or, c Ro. 2. 5. friendship of the world is enmity

shall eat your flesh as it were fire. with God ? f whosoever therefore d Ps.73.27. Job 24. 10,

cYc have heaped treasure togethwill be a friend of the world is

6 1J0.2.15. 11. Je. 22.

er for the last days. the enemy of God.

f John 15. 13.Mal.3.5.

14 Behold, d the hire of the la5 Do ye think that the scripture

19.& 17.14.1

bourers who have reaped down saith in vain, 6 The spirit that

Ga. 1. 10. Je De.21.15.

your fields, which is of you kept

& See Ge. dwelleth in us lusteth to envy?

Job 21. back by fraud, crieth; and e the

6.5.& 8.21. 13. Am. 6. 6 But he giveth more grace.

cries of them which have reaped

Nu. 11. 29. 1,4. Lu. 16. Wherefore he saith, God resist

are entered into the ears of the Pr. 21. 10. 19,25, ITi.

Lord of Sabaoth. ett the proud, but giveth grace Or, 5.6. unto the humble.

enviously.

5 Ye have lived in pleasure on 7 Submit yourselves therefore h Job 22.1 on. 2.6. the earth, and been wanton ; ye to God. Resist the devil, and

29. Ps.13-.1 Or, Be have nourished your hearts, as in

6. Pr.3.31. Long pa. he will flee froin you.

la day of slaughter. 8 A Draw nigh to God, and he

& 29. 23. tent, or, 6 Ye have condemned and

Mat.23.12. Suffer with will will draw nigh to you. I Cleanse

killed the just; and he doth not Lu.1.52.& long pa.

resist you. your hands, ye sinners, and mpu 14.11.&18. hence. rify your hearts, yen double- | 14.1 Pe.5.5. h De. u.

7 Be patient therefore, brethminded.

i Ep. 4. 27. 14. Je. 5.

ren, unto the coming of the Lord. 9 Be a ficted, and mourn, and

& 6. 11. 1 24. H0.6.3.

Behold, the husbandman waiteth

Pe. 5. 9. weep: let your laughter be turn

Joel 2. 23. for the precious fruit of the earth,

A 2Ch.15.2. Zee. 10. 1. ed to mourning, and your joy to

and hath long patience for it, heaviness.

1 Is. 1. 16. i Phi. 4.5. until he receive the early and 10 p Humble yourselves in the

in 1 Pe. 1. He. 10. 25, latter rain. sight of the Lord, and he shall

22.1J0.3.3. 37.1 Pe. 1.7, 8 Be ye also patient; stablish

nch, 1.8. litt you up.

o Mat. 5.4.

x ch. 4.11.
en

your hearts : i for the coming of 11 Speak not evil one of an- p Job222). 1 Or,

the Lord dra weth nigh. Mat. 23. 12. Lu. 14. 11. & 13. 14. 1 Pe. 5. 6. y Ep. Groan, or,

9 Grudge not one against 4. 31. I Pe. 2. 1.

Igricve not. another, brethren, lest ye be

Peter blesseth God for his

CHAP. I.

manifold spiritual graces. condemned: behold, the Judge A. D. 1 A. D. 1 15 And the prayer of faith shall I standeth before the door.

cir. 60. cir. 60.

save the sick, and the Lord shall 10 Take, my brethren, the

I Mat. 24. u Is. 33.24.

raise him up; 4 and if he have prophets, who have spoken in the

| 33. 1 Co. 4. Mat. 9. 2.

committed sins, they shall be forname of the Lord, for an exam

Ge.20.17. given him. ple of suffering affliction, and of

im Mat. 5.1

Nu. ll. 2. 16 Confess your faults one to anpatience.

12. He. 11.

* De. 9. 18, other, and pray one for another, 11 Behold, n we count them

35, &c.

19, 20. Jos. that ye may be healed. The happy which endure. Ye bave pe 04 12

10.12. 1Sa. effectual fervent prayer of a right

12.18. Iki. heard of the patience of Job,

Mat. 5. 10, 13.6.2Ki.4.

eous man availeth much. and have seen P the end of the 11.& 10.22. 33.& 19.15,

17 Elias was a man y subject to Lord; that I the Lord is very

o Job 1.21, 20. & 20.2, like passions as we are, and a he pitiful, and of tender mercy. 22. 2.10.14, &c. Ps. I prayed learnestly that it might 12 Bit above all things, my

10.17.&34. not rain : aand it rained not on brethren, I swear not, neither by

10, &c. 18. Pr. 15.

the earth by the space of three heaven, neither by the earth, nei

years and six months.

9 Nu. 14. 29. & 2.9. ther by any other oath: but let

18. Ps. 103. John 9.31.

18 And he prayed again, and your yea, be yea, and your nay, 8.

1 Jo. 3. 22.

the heaven gave rain, and the nay; lest ye fall into condemna

- Mat. 5. y Ac. 14.15.

earth brought forth her fruit. tion.

34, &c. Ki. 17.1.

19 Brethren, cif any of you do 13 Is any among you afflicted ?

1 Or, err from the truth, and one conlet him pray. Is any merry ? s let Ep.5. 19. in prayer. vert him; him sing psalms.

Col. 3. 16. a Lu. 4.25. 20 Let him know, that he which 14 Is any sick among you ? let

0 1 ki. 18.

converteth the sinner from the him call for the elders of the

12, 45.
. Mat. 18.

error of his way d shall save a church; and let them pray over

soul from death, and e shall hide him, anointing him with oil in Ma, 6.13. d Ro. 11. I a multitude of sins. the name of the Lord :

1 & 16. 18. 14. 1 Co, 9. 22. 1 Ti. 4. 16. Pr. 10. 12. 1 Pc. 4. 8.

all things, my

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CHAP. I.

A, D. need be) ye are in heaviness

1 cir. 60. 1 He blesseth God for his manifold

cir. Co. through manifold temptations : spiritual graces: 10 showing that the

7 That "the trial of your faith,

a John 7. ? Ja. 1. 2. salvation in Christ is no news, but 35. Ac. 2.5. Ja.1.3,12.

being much more precious than

Den & thing prophesied of old : 13 and 9, 10. Ja.l. ch. 4. 12.

of gold that perisheth, though sit erhorreth them accurdingly to a godly 1.

s Job 23.10. be tried with fire, I might be conversation, furas much as they are 6 Ep. 1. 4. Ps. 66. 10. found unto praise, and honour,

now burn anew by the word of God. ch. 2. 9. Pr. 17. 3. and glory, at the appearing of PETER, an apostle of Jesus c Ro. 8. 29. Is. 49. 10.

Jesus Christ: 1 Christ, to the strangers scat

& ll. 2 Zec, 13. 9.

8 u Whom having not seen, ye

d2Th.2 13. I Co.3. 13. tered throughout Ponlus, Gala

le He.10.22. * Ro. 2. 7,

love; in whom, though now re tia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bi- & 12. 24. 10. 1 Co. 4.

see him not, yet believing, ye rethynia,

1 Ro. 1. 7. 5. 2 Th. l. joice with joy unspeakable, and 2 0 Elect o according to the 2 Pe. 1. 2. 7.-12. full of glory: foreknowledge of God the Fa Jude 2. u 116.4 20. 9 Receiving y the end of your ther, d through sanctification of 1 & 2 Co. 1.3.John 20.

faith, even the salvation of your the Spirit, unto obedience and Ep. 1. 3. 29. 2 Co.o.

souls.

Tit. 3. 5. 7. He.ll.1, esprinkling of the blood of Jesus

10. Of which salvation the Christ: Grace unto you, and

+ Gr. much. 27.

prophets have inquired and peace, be multiplied.

i John 3.3. y Ro. 6.22.

searched diligently, who prophe36 Blessed be the God and Fa

5. Ja, 1.18.13 Ge. 49.

sied of the grace that should her of our Lord Jesus Christ,

44. Hag.2. come unto you: which, according to his tabun- 14.ch.3.21.

11 Searching what, or what diant mercy, i bath begotten usich. 5. 4.

1. Mat.13.17.

manner of time athe Spirit of

| cl: : 1. Lu. 10. 2. again unto a lively hope * by the

m Col. 1.5. 2 Pe. 1. 19,

Christ which was in them did resurrection of Jesus Christ from 2 Ti. 4. 8. 2

sigufy, when it testified before.

• *. 6. 20, 21. the dead,

1 Or, la ch.3. 19.

hand the sufferings of Christ, 4 To an inheritance incorrupti- for us. OP: 1:01 and the glory that should follow. ble, and undefiled, and that fa- * John 10. PH.22.6. 12 Uuto whom it was revealed, deth not away, m reserved in 2,29.& 17.IN. 53. 3, 1 that d not unto themselves, but heaven I for you,

11, 12, 13. &c. Da. 9. unto us they did minister the 52 Who are kept by the power

| Jude I. 26. Lu. 21. things which are now reported of God through faith unto salva

1o Mat. 5. 25, 2, 44,

unto you by them that have

| 12 Ro. 12 46.Jobu 12. tion, ready to be revealed in the

preached the gospel unto you,

| 12. 2 Co. 6. 41. Ac. 26. last time.

10.ch.4.13. 22, 23,

with the Holy Ghost sent down 6. Wherein ye greatly rejoice, 2C0.4.17. c Da 9. 24. & 12. 9, 13. d He. 11. 13, 39, 40.6 Ac. thongli now for a season (if leb. 6. 10. 2. 4.

Lord

Jesus Christ,

1 Co. 15. 10. DA. 2.

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An exhortation to holiness.

1. PETER.

Christ the corner-stone. from heaven; which things the A. D. A. D. 12 As new-born babes, desiro angels desire to look into.

cir. 60. cir. 00. the sincere milk of the word, 13 Wherefore & gird up the loins

f Ex. 25.) Mat. 18.

that ye may grow thereby: of your mind, be sober, and

20. Da, 8.3. Ma. 10.

3 If so be ye bave d lasted that hope to the end for the grace 13. & 12.5.lis. Ro. 6. the Lord is gracious: that is to be brought unto you6. Ep.3.10. 4. ] Co. 11. 4 To whom coming as unto a i at the revelation of Jesus Christ: & Lu.12.235. 20. ch. 1, living stone, e disallowed indeed 14 As obedient children, knot Ep. 6. 14. 23.

of men, but chosen of God, and fashioning yourselves according

A Lu 21.31.c 1 Co. 3.2.

precious, to the former lusts l in your igno

Ro. 13. 13. He. 5. 12,

5 f Ye also, as lively stones,

1 Th.5.6,8. 13. race:

c. 4. 7. ^ | Ps. 31,8.

I are built up & a spiritual house, 15 m But as he which hath call

5.8. He. 6. 5. han holy priesthood, to offer up ed you is holy, so be ye holy in + Gr. Je Ps. 118. | i spiritual sacrifices, acceptable all manner of conversation ;

perfectly. 22.Mat.21. to God by Jesus Christ. 16 Because it is written, n Be ye i Lu.17.30. 12. Ac. 4. 6 Wherefore also it is containholy; for I am holy.

1 Co. 1.7. 11.

ed in the scripture, ? Behold, I 17 And if ye call on the Father,

2 Th. 1.7.f Ep. 2.21, lay in Sion a chiet corver-stone,

A Ro, 12.2. 22. o who without respect of persons

ch. 4. 2.

elect, precious: and he that be

Or, be judgeth according to every man's Ac.17.30. Ve built

lievetla on hum shall not be conwork, P pass the time of your y so- 1 Th. 4. 5. & He. 3.6. foundled. journing here in fear :

m Lu.1.74, h Is. 61. 6. 7 Unto you therefore which be18 Fortsmuch as ye know that 75. 2 Co. 7.& 66. 21. lieve, he is precious: but unto ve were not redeemed with cor- 1. ITh. 1.3.ver. 9. I them which be disobedient. m the ruptible things, as silver and

4,7. He.12. lo. 14.2. stone which the builders disalgold, from your vain conversation

14. 2 Pe. 3. Mal. l. ll.

lowed, the same is made the Sreceived by tradition from your

11.
Ro. 12, 1.

head of the corner,

n Le.11.44. He. 13. 15, fathers:

& 19. 2. & 16.

8 * And a stone of stumbling, 19 But with the precious blood 20. 7.

Il Phi.4.18. and a rock of offence,
A Phi.4.18. and a rock

even to of Christ, u as of a lamb without | De.10.17. Ich. 4. ll. them which stumble at the word, blemish and without spot :

Ac. 10. 34.1 Is. 28. 16. being disobedient: p whereunto 20 - Who verily was fore-ordain Ro. 2. 11. Ro. 9. 33. also they were appointed. ed before the foundation of the

p 2 Co.7.1. Or,

9 But ye are a chosen genera. world, but was manifest w in these

Phi. 2. 12. an honour.

tion, a royal priesthood, san

He. 12. 28. m Ps. 118. last times for you,

4 2 Co.5.6. 22. Mat.21.

holy nation, la peculiar people; 21 Who by him do believe in He. 11. 13. 42. Ac, 4.

that ye should shew forth the God, that raised him up from ch. 2. ll. 11.

I praises of him who hath called the dead, and I gave him glory;

r Co.6.20. n 19. 8. 14. you out of udarkness into his that your faith and hope might

& 7, 23. Lu. 2. 31. 1 marvellous light: be in God.

$ Ez. 20.18. Ro. 9. 33, 10 Which in time past were 22 Seeing ye have purified your

ch. 4. 3. folCo.1.23.

not a people, but are now the

1 Ac.20.28. p Ex. 9.16. souls in obeying the truth through

people of God: which had not

Ep. 1. 7. Ro. 9. 22. the Spirit unto unteigned clove He, 9. 12, 1 Th. 5. 9.

obtained mercy, but now have of the brethren, see that ye love 14. Re.5.9. Jude 4.

obtained mercy. one another with a pure heart

u Ex 12.5. De.10.15. 11 Dearly beloved, I beseech fervently:

Is. 53. 7.ch. 1. 2. you, yas strangers and pilgrims, 23 d Being born again, not of

John 1. 29, Ex. 19.5, %abstain from tleshly lusts, which corruptible seed, but of incor

36, 1 Co.5. 6. Re. 1. 6.

war against the soul; 7.

& 5. 10. ruptible, by the word of God,

12 b Having your conversation

Ro.3.25, 3 John 17, which liveth and abideth forever. & 16.25,26.19. 1 Co. 3.

honest among the Gentiles: that, 24 For fall flesh is as grass,

whereas they speak against and all the glory of man as the Col. 1. 26.1 De. 4. 20. you as evil-doers, they may by flower of grass. The grass with 2Ti.1.9,10.87.6.& 11. your good works, which they ereth, and the flower thereof fall

Tit. 1.2, 3. 2. & 21. 18, shall behold, glorify God d in the eth a way:

Re. 13. 8. 19. Ac. 20. day of visitation.

y Ga. 4. 4. 28. Ep. 1. 25 & But the word of the Lord

13 e Subinit yourselves to every Lord Ep. 1. 10. 14. Tit. 2. endureth for ever. h And this is He. 1.2. & 14.

ordinance of mau for the Lord's the word which by the gospel is | 9.26. Or, a

sake: whether it be to the king, preached unto you.

2 Ac. 2.24. purchased as supreme;

14 Or unto governors, as unto CHAP. II.

a Mat. 28. people.

them that are sent by hims for 1 He dehorteth them from the breach

33. & 3.13.V UES. of charily: Ashewing that Christ is

the punishment of evil-doers, and the foundation whereupon they are

04 Ac. 26.

Ep. 1. 20. 25. for the praise of them that do built. 11 He beseecheth them

18. Ep.5.0.
Phi. 2. 9,
also

well.

Col. 1. 13. to ahstain from fleshly lusts, 13 to be

15 For so is the will of God, obedient to magistrales, 18 and teach

that h with well-doing ye may elh servants how to obey their mas

6 Ac. 15. 9. * Ho, 1.9. ters, 20 pasiently suffering for well

Ro. 12. 9. 10. & 2.23. put to silence the iguorance of doing, after the example of Christ.

1 10.1 Th.4. Ro. 9. 25. Woolish men: WHEREFORE, a laying a

9. 1 Ti.1.5. y 1 Ch. 29. 16 i As free, and not using

| He. 13. 1. 15. Ps. 89. your liberty for a cloak of maside all malice, and all I ch.2. 17.& 12. & 119. liciousness, but as the servants guile, and hypocrisies, and en- 3.8. & 4.8. 19. He. ll. of God. vies, and all evil-speakinry,

2 Pe. 1.7. 113.ch, 1.17.1 Jo.3. 18.& 4.7,21. i Jonu .13.& 3.5. Ja1. 18. - Ro. 13. 14. Ga. 5. 16. Ja. 4. 1. 6 Ro. 12. 17. 1 Jo. 3. 9. Or, For that. I l'#, 103, 15. Is. 40. 6. 2 Co. 8. 21. Phi. 2. 15. Tit. 2.8. ch. 3. 16. Or, & 51. 12 Ja. l. 10. Ps. 102. 12, 26. ls. 40. 8. Lu. wherein Mat. 5.10. d Lu. 19.44. e Mat. 22. 21. Ro. 10. 17. h John 1.1, 14. 1 Jo. 1.1, 3. a Ep. 4. 22, 13. 1. Tit. S. Ro. 13. 4. & Ro. 13. 3. Tit. 2. 8. 23, 31. Col. 3.8. He. 12. 1, Ja 1.21. & 5. 9. ch.4.2 Iver. 12. i Ga. 6. 1, 13. Gr. having. Al Co. 7. 22

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Duty of wives and husbands. CHAP. III. Exhortation to unity and love. 17 l Honour all men. n Love A.D. A.D. with them according to knowthe brotherhood. n Fear God. cir. 60. cir. 60. ledge, giving honour unto the Honour the king.

wife, ias unto the weaker vessel, 18

I Ro. 12.10. i 1 Co. 12.
Servants, be subject to your

Phi. 2. 3. 123.111.4.

and as being heirs together of masters with y fear; not only

the grace of life; that your to the good and gentle, but also Esteem. * See Job prayers be not hindered. to the froward.

m He.13.1. 42. 8. Mat. 8 Finally, I be ye all of one mind, 19 For this is P thank-worthy, ch. 1. 22. 5.23, 24. & having compassion one of anif a man for conscience toward in Pr. 24.21. 18. 19. other; n love as brethren, nbc God endure grief, suffering

Mat.22.21.2 Ro.12.16.

pitiful, be courteous: Wrongfully.

| Ro. 13. 7. 815.5.Phi.

9 Not rendering evil for evil,

o Ep. 6. 5.3. 16,
20 For
20 for

what glory is it, if,
what sor18 , Col. 3. 22. m Ro. 12.

or railing for railing : but conwhen ye be buffeted for your i Ti. 6. 1.110. He. 15. trariwise, blessing; kuowing that faults, ye shall take it patiently ? Tit. 2.9. 1. ch. 2.17. ye are thereunto called, P that ye but if, when ye do well, and suf- # Or, TH Or, lov should inherit a blessing. fer for it, ye take it patiently, this thank. Jing to the 10 For a he that will love life, is acceptable with God.

Lu. 6. 32. brethren,

and see good days, "let him re21 For even hereunto were ye

ver. 20. in Col.3.12.

frain his tongue from evil, and

p Mat. 5. Ep. 4. 32. called : because s Christ also suf

10. Ro. 13. o Pr.17.13.

his lips that they speak no guile : fered for us, leaving us an ex

5. ch.3.14. & 20. 22.

| 11 Let him Seschew evil, and ample, that ye should follow his

och. 3. 14. Mat. 5. 39. do good: ' let him seek peace, steps:

& 4. 14, 15.| Ro. 13, 14, and ensue it. 22 u Who did no sin, neither # Or, 17. 1 Co. 4. 12 For the eyes of the Lord are was guile found in his mouth: thank.

12. 1 Th.5.

over the righteous, u and his ears 23 Who, when he was reviled. Mat. 16. 15.

are open unto their prayers: but reviled not again; when he suf 24. Ac. 14. P Mat. 25.

the face of the Lord is t against fered, he threatened not; but

22. 1 Th.3. 34.
3. 2 Ti. 3. Ps.34.12

them that do evil. y committed himself to him that | 12.

&c.

13 And who is he that will judgeth righteously :

sch. 3. 18. r Ja. 1. 26. harm you, if ye be followers of 24 % Who his own self bare our Some ch. 2. 1,22. that which is good ? sins in his own boily on the read, for Re. 14. 6. 14 y But and if ye suffer for tree, a that we, being dead to you.

Ps.37.87. righteousness' sake, happy are sins, should live unto righteous.

i John 13. Is. 1.16,17.

ye; and be not afraid of their ness : by whose stripes ye were

15. Phi.2.5.3 Jo. ll.

terror, neither be troubled :

1 Jo. 2. 6. 1 Ro.12.18. healed.

u Is. 53. 9. & 14. 19.

15 Bui sanctity the Lord God 25 For C ye were as sheep going Lu. 23. 41. He. 12. 14.

in your hearts: and a be ready alastray ; but are now returned John 8. 46. u John 9. ways to give an answer to every d unto the Shepherd and Bishop 2 Co. 5. 21. 31. Ja. 5. man that asketh you a reason of of your souls.

He. 4. 15. 16.

the hope that is in you, with CHAP. III.

Is. 53. 7. + Gr. upon.

Ineekness and fear. 1 He teacheth the duty of wives and

Mat.27.39.3 Pr. 26. 7.

16 . Having a good conscience; husbands to each other, 8 exhurting

John 8. 48, Ro, 8. 28. all men to unity and love, 14 and 10

49. He. 12.ly Mat. 6.

cthat, whereas they speak evil of suffer persecution.

you, as of evil-doers, they may

10, 11, 12 19 He declareth also the benefits of Christ toward the

be ashamed that falsely accuse

yLu23.46.1ch. 19. old world.

| Or, 4. 14. Ja.l. your good conversation in Christ. TIKEWISE, a ye wives, be in committed 12.

17 For it is better, if the will of subjection to your own hus

his cause. Is. 8. 12,

God be so, that ye suffer for well

Is. 63. 4, 13. Je. 1.8. bands; that, if any obey not the

doing, than for evil-doing

5, 6, 11. John 14. 1, word, they also may without

18 For Christ also hath d once y 180 may without Mat.8. 17. 27. the word be won by the conver He. 9. 28. a Ps. 119. suffered for sins, the just for the sation of the wives;

| Or, to. 46. Ac.4.8. unjust, that he might bring us 2 d While they behold your a Ro. 6. 2, Col. 4. 6. 2 to God, e being put to death in chaste conversation coupled with

11. & 7. 6. Ti, 2. 25. the flesh, but % quickened by the

Is. 53. 5. Or, Spirit: 3 e Whose adorning let it not be

c Is. 53. 6. reverence. 19 By which also he went and

Ez. 34. 6. He.13.18. that outward adorning of plaiting

I preached unto the spirits i in

d Ez.34.23. Tit. 2. 8. the hair, and of wearing of gold, & 37. 24. ch. 2. 12.

| prison; or of putting on of apparel ; John10.11, d Ro. 5. 6.

*20 Which sometime were dis4 But let it be f the hidden man 14, 16. He He. 9. 26, obedient, when once the longof the heart, in that which is not 19. 20. ch.28.ch.2.21. suffering of God waited in the corruptible, even the ornament of

5. 4. & 4.1. days of Noah, while the ark was a a meek and quiet spirit, which is

al Co. 14.62Co.13.4.

preparing," wherein few, that is,

34. Ep. 6. Col.1.24 in the sight of God of great price.

eight souls, were saved by water.

22. Col. 3. 22. 5 For after this manner in the 18. Tit.2.5. s Ro.1.4.&

21 r The like figure whereunto, old time the holy women also, o Co.7.16.8.11.

even baptism, doth also now save who trusted in God, adorned c Mat. 18.ch.1.12

us, (not the putting a way of the theinselves, being in subjection 15. 1 Co.9. & 4.6. filth of the flesh, p but the answer unto their own husbands :

19.-22. li Is. 42. 7. of a good conscience toward 6 Even as Sarah obeyed Abra

dch. 2. 12. & 19. 9. & God,) by the resurrection of ham, & calling him lord : whose

1 Ti. 2.9.61.1. Jesus Christ : daughters ye are, as long as ye!

Tit. 2. 3, Ge.6.3,5, 22 Who is gone into heaven,

13. do well, and are not afraid with

and ris on the right hand of

f Ps.45.13. 1 He. 11.7. any amazement.

Ro. 2.29.& in Ge. 7.7. 1 God; angels, and authorities, 7h Likewise, ye husbands, dwell 7. 22. 2 Co.& 8. 18. 2 Pe. 2. 5. a Ep. 5. 26. o Tit. 3.5. pRo. 10. 4. 16. Ge. 18. 12. ^ Gr, children. I 1 Co. 7. 3. 10. ch. 1. 3. Ps. 110.1. Ro. 8. 34. Ep. 1. 20. Col. Ep. 8. 25. Col. 3. 19.

13.1. He. 1. 3. RO, 8. 38. I Co. 15. 24. Ep. 1. 21.

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Disers exhortations.

I. PETER

He exhorteth the elders. and powers being made subject 1" A. D. 1 A. D. 1 part he is evil spoken of, but on unto hin.

cir. 60. cir. 60.

your part he is glorified. CHAP. IV.

a ch.3. 18. & ch. 2. 20.

15 But let none of you suffer as 1 He exhortath them to cease from sin b Ro.6 2.7. A Th.4.11.

a murderer, or as a thief, or as an by the erample of Christ, and the Ga. 5. 24. 1 Ti. 5. 13. evil-doer, or as a busy body in consideration of the general end that Col. S. 3,5. i Ac. 5. 41. other men's matters. now approacheth: 12 and comforteth

mfurteth lc Ro. 14.7. * Is. 10. 12. 16 Yet if any man suffer as a then against persecution.

ch. 2. 1. Je.25.29.& Christian, let himn not be asham

Christ KORASMUCH then das Christ

dla. 2.20.49. 12. Ez.

ed; i but let him glorify God on

ch. 1. 14. 9.6. Mal.3. T hath suffered for us in the

this behalf.

e John 1. 5. flesh, arın yourselves likewise

| 13. Ro. 6.1 Lu.23.31.

17 For the time is come that with the same mind: for he that 11.2 Co. 5. m Lu. 10.

judgment must begin at the hath sufiered in the tiesh hath 15.Ja 1.18. 12, 14.

house of God: and lif it first beceased from sin;

J Ez. 44.6. » Pr.11.31. gin at us, m what shall the end be 2 That he no longer d should

& 45.9.Ac. Lu. 23. 31. of them that obey not the gospel

17. 30. live the rest of his time in the

o Ps. 31. 5. of God ?

& Ep.2.2.& Lu. 23. 46. flesh to the lusts of men, but to

18 » And if the righteous scarce

4.17. 1 Th. 2 Ti, 1. 12. the will of God.

ly be saved, where shall the un

4.6. Tit.3. a Philem. 3 For the time past of our life

3. ch.1.14.9.

godly and the sinner appear? may suffice us to have wrought Ac.18.45. Lu.21.48.

119 Wherefore, let them that surthe will of the Gentiles, when we & 16.0. ch. Ac. 1.8,22. fer according to the will of God, walked in lasciviousness, lusts,

3. 16. & 5. 32. & o commit the keeping of their excess of wine, revellings, ban

1 Ac. 10.42. 10. 39. souls to him in well-doing, as nu

& 17. 31. Ro. 8. 17, quetings, and abominable idola

to a faithful Creator.

to a faithful Create

Ro. 14. 10, 18. Re, 1.9. tries:

12. 1Co.15. d John 21.

CHAP. V. 4 Wherein they think it strange 61,62. 2 Ti. 15, 16, 17. 1 Ho exhorteth the elders to feed their that ye run not with them to the 14.1.Ja.5.9. Ac. 20. 28. flochs, 5 the younger to obey, 8 and all same excess of riot, A speaking Ach. 3. 19. 1. Or,

to be sober, watch ful, and constant in evil of you:

I Mat. 24. as much as the faith: 9 to resist the cruel adver5 Who shall give account to

13, 14. Ro. in you is. sary the devil. him that is ready i to judge the

13.12. Phi. e Co.9.17. THE elders which are among

4.5. He.10. Ti.3.3, quick and the dead.

25. Ja. 5.8.'. Tit. 1.7.

1 you I exhort, who am also 6 For, for this cause I was the

2 Pe. 3.9.11. Or, over

dan elder, and ba witness of the gospel preached also to them 1 Jo. 2. 18. ruling. sufferings of Christ, and also e a ihat are dead, that they might be m Mat. 26. Ez. 34. 4. partaker of the glory that shall judged according to men in the 41. Lu. 21. Mat. 20.25, be revealed: Hesh, but live according to God

34.Col.4.2. 26. 1 Co. 3. | 2d Feed the flock of God I which

ch.1.13.& 9.2Co 1.24. in the spirit.

is among you, taking the over

5.8. h Ps.33.12. 7 But Ithe end of all things is at

n He, 13.1. & 74. 2.

sight thereof, not by constraint, hand : m be ye therefore sover, Col. 3. 14. Phi.3.17.

but willingly; f not for filthy and watch unto prayer.

o Pr. 10.12. 2 Th. 3.9. lucre, but of a ready mind: 8 n And above all things have 1 Co 13. 7. 1 Ti. 4. 12.13 Neither as being lords over fervent charity among yourselves:

Ja. 6. 20. Tit. 2. 7. God's heritage, but i being enfor charity shall cover the

Or, will. He.13.20. samples to the flock. multitude of sins.

Ro. 12.13.1 100..25. 4 And when the chief Shep

He. 13. 2. 2 Ti. 4.8. 9 p Use hospitality one to an

herd shall appear, ye shall re

92 Co. 9.7. Ja. 1. 12. other without grudging.

Phi. 2. 14. mch. l. 4.

ceive la crown of glorym that 10 "As every man hath receiv Philemn,14. n Ro.12.10.

fadeth not away. ed the gift, even so minister the Ro. 12.6. Ep. 6. 21.

5 Likewise, ye younger, submit same one to another, as good 1 Co. 4. 7. Phi. 2. 3. yourselves unto the elder. Yea. stewarils of the manifold grace

3 Mat. 24. o Ja. 4.6. n all of you be subject one to anof God.

45.&25.14, p Is. 57.15. other and be clothed with bui. 11 ulf any man speak, let him

21. Lu. 12. & 66. 2.

miiity: for o God resisteth the

42. 1 Co. 4. q Ja. 4. 10. speak as the oracles of God; rif

proud, and pgiveth grace to the

1, 2. Tit.l. r Ps. 37. 5. any man minister, let him do it

7.
&

humble.

55. 22. as of the ability which God giveth: + ICo.12.4. Mat. 6. 25.

6 Humble yourselves therefore that y God in all things may be | Ep. 4. 11. Lu. 12. 11, | under the mighty hand of God, glorified through Jesus Christ: u Je.23.22. 22.Phi.4.6. / that he may exalt you in due s to whom be praise and domin. Ro. 12. 6, He. 13. 5. 1 time: ion for ever and ever. Amen. 7,8. 1 Co.3. s Lu.21.34,

7 - Casting all your care upon 12 Beloved, think it not strange,

10.
36. 1 Th.5.

him; for be careth for you.

y Ep.6.20. 6. ch. 4. 7. conceruing a the fiery trial which

8 . Be sober, be vigilant; be

ch.2.5. t Job 1. 7. is to try you, as though some

•1T1.6.18. & 2. 2. Lu.

cause your adversary the devil, strange thing happened unto ch. 6. 11. 22. 31. Re. as a roaring lion, walketh abont, you:

Re. 1. 6. 12. 12. seeking whom he may devour. 13 . But rejoice, inasmuch as a 1Co.3.13. u Ep. 6.11, 9 u Whom resist steadfast in the ye are partakers of Christ's suf

faith, I knowing that the same af. ferings; d that, when his glory

flictions are accomplished in your shall be revealed, ye may be glad

Ja. 1, 2, 1 Th. 3. 3.

brethren that are in the world. also with exceeding joy.

c Ro.8.17.2 Ti. 3. 12.

110 But the God of all grace,

2 Co.1.7.& ch. 2. 21.. 14. If ye be reproached for the

» who hath called us unto his

4, 19. Phi. 1 Co.1.9. name of Christ, happy are ye; 13.10.Coli Ti. 6. 12. eternal glory by Christ Jesus, for the Spirit of glory and of God 24.2 Ti. 2 . 200.4.17. | after that ye have suffered a resteth upon you. f On their 12. ch.5.1, ch. 1. 6. while, make you perfect, stab10. Re. 1.9. d ch. 1.5.6. e Mat. 5. u. 2 Co, 12. 10. a He. 13. lish, strengthen, settle you. Ja, 1.12. ch. 2. 19, 20, & 3. 14. Sch. 2. 12. & 3, 18.121. Jude 24. 62 Th. 2. 17. & 3. 3.

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