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'he First Epistle of PAUL the Apostle to TIMOTHY.

CHAP. I.

A. D. 65. 18 This charge I commit unto thee, son L, an apostle of Jesus Christ,

Timothy, according to the prophecies commandment of God our Sa- a Ac. 9. 15. which went before on thee, that thou by and Lord Jesus Christ, which is b ch. 4. 14. them mightest war a good warfare;

e Col. 27. 19 Ilolding faith, and a good conscience, ito Timothy, d my own sono in the d Ac. 16.1. which some having put a way, concerning Grace. mercy, and peace, trom Tit. 1. 4. faith have made shipwreck: ur Father and Jesus Christ our 1 ch.3. 9. 20 Ot whom is Hymeneus and Alexan.

8 Ga. 1. 3.

der; whom I have delivered unto Satan, I besought thee to abide still at a iCo 5.5.

1 Pe. 1. 2. is, when I went into Macedonia. 1 Ac. 20.1, 3. I BEXHORT therefore, that, first of

that they may learn not to blaspheine.

CILAP. II. ou mightest charge some that they or, desire. other doctrine.

k ch63,4,20,

all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, ither give heedd to fables and end

I Ro.13.1.Se.

and giving of thanks, be made for all Dealogies, which minister que Ro 134,10. men; ather than godly editying which

GA. 6.14

o For kings, and for all that are in th; so do

y or eminent authority that we may lead a quiet *the end of the commandment

place.

and peaceable life in all god liness and n'y out of a pure" heart, and of an Ti. 2. 22. honesty.

science, and of faith unteigned :: or, not 3 For this is good and acceptable in mm which some d having swerved," aiming at the sight of God our Saviour; urned a ide unto vain jangling; • 2 Ti. 4. 10.

Whop will have all men to be saved, siring to be teachers of the law; p Jn 3.15.16, and to come unto the knowledge of the tanding? neither what they say, 21e. 3. 9. truth. ereof they attirm.

* Ro. 1. 2. 5 For there is one God, and one met we know that the law is good, Ro. 3. 30. diator' between God and men, the man ( use it lawfully;

• Ro. 1. Christ Jesus; powing this, that the law is not ? He. 9. 15. 6 Who gave himself a ransom

for all, for a righteous man, but for the Ga. 5 23. to be testined in due time. and disobedient, for the ungodly

Mat
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7 Whereunto I am orrained a preucher, sinners, for unlioly and profane

or, a testi- and an apostle. (I speak the truth in urderers of fathers and murderers , n.4. 21. Christ, and lie pot;) a teacher of the ters, for manslayers,

He. 10.. Gentiles in faith and verity. fer whoremongers, for them that 2 Ti. 4.3.

8 I will therefore that en pray themselves with mankind, for men. Tit. 1.9. everywhere, lifting up holy y hands, 3. for liars, for perjured persons, a ch.6.15.

without wrath and doubting. there be any other thing that is 5 1 Co. 9.17. 9 in like manner also, that women ry to sound' doctrine;

7 or, plaited. adorn themselves in modest apparel. ccording to the glorious gospel

1 Pe. 3. 3. with shamefaceduess and sobriety: not blessed God, which was com.cl Co.15. 10. with mbroidered hair, or gold, or pearls, ito my trust,

di Co. 7. 25. or costly array: od I'thank Christ Jesus our Lord, Col. 1. 25. 10 But (which becometh women pro. bath enablede me, for that he ico. 14, 31. fessing godliness) with good works.

11 Let the woman/ lea in

ilence *d me faithtul, putting' me into Ac. 8,3.

1 Co. 15. 9. Lizistry;

h Ln. 23, 31. with all subjection. Who was before 8 a blasphemer, 7 211... 11.

12 But I suffer not a woman to teach, a persecutor, and injurious but I Tit. 38 nor to usurp authority over the man,

*d mercy, because I did it igno- k Mat 9. 13. but to be in silence. si in unbelief.

L. 19. 10. 13 For Adam was first formed, then And the grace of our Lord was I Phi. I. 1. Eve. ding abundaut with faith and love - Ro. 15. 4. 14 And Adam was not deceived, but 19 in Christ Jesus.

# Tit. 1.6.&c. the woman being deceived, was in the This is a faithfuli saying, and wor. o Ps. 19, 16. transgression. 1 all acceptation, that Christ Jesus p ch.6,16,16.

15 Notwithstanding she shall be saved into the world to save sinners; of a Jo". I. IN

in childbearing, if they continue in faith alam chief.

Ro. 16. 27, and charity and holiness with sobriety. Howbrit for this cause I obtained

CHAP. III. >, that in me first Jesus Chriat

1 1 Ch 29.11. This is a true saying, If a man desire shew forth all long-suffering for ready to

the office of a bishop,? he desiretb a ttern to them which should here

good work. believe on him to life everlasting, and offer

A bishop" then must be blameless, Now unto the hing® eternal, im

the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, tal, invisible, the only wise God,

of good behaviour, giveu to hospitality, onour' and glory for ever and ever.

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greedy of filthy lucre; but patient, not A. D. 65. 11 These things cand am 1. a brawler, not coretous :

19 let po nan ke ti 4 One that ruleth well his own house, a 2 TT. 2. 24. but be thou at etanete having his children in subjection with all . Ps. 101. 2. in word, iu cuarela, gravity;

Tit. 2.7, 15. spirit, in taith, s penty. 5 (For if a man know not how to rule Bor, 02 13 Till I can give them his own house, how shall he take care of

Herly come reading, to escortation. the church of Godt?)

to thcfaith.

14 Neglectrol the paths. ** 6 Not Ba novice, lest being lifted up Ti. 1.6.

which was given thee bs cbn. with pride he fall into the condemna-Pr. 16. 18

the laying on & of the brand to tion of the devil.s

Sch. 1. 19

bytery 7 Moreover he must have a good report Ac. 13. 3.

& Jude 6,

15 Vleditate upon these of themi which are without; lest he tall i Ac:... 12. thyself wholly to thin; TE into reproach, and the shared of the devil.

1 Th. 4. 12. bg may appear y to all! 8 Likewise must the deacons! be grave, Ach, 6. 9. 1o Take heed unto targele not double-tongued, not given to much 9 Ti. 2. $.

the doctrice continue

DE wine, not greedy of filthy lucre;

1 Ac. 6.3. doing this thou shalt bots see 9 Holding the mystery P of the faith, or, in all and them that bear thee. in a pure conscience.

things, 10 And let these also first be proved; m ver,

CHAP, V. then let them use the office of a deacon,

Le. 10.9. REBUKE not an e der, men being found blameless.

Eze. 14. 21. him as a father; eas e 11 Even so must their wives' de grave, not • Ep. 1. 9. as brethren ; slanderers, sober, faithful in all things.

p ver. 16

• The elder women 3 12 Let the deacons be the husbands ? Ja 5. 30.

Tit. 2. 3.

younger is sisters, si apot of one wife, ruling' their children and

ver. 1

3 Honour widos ti u their own houses well. 13 For they that have d used the office or, minis.

1 ver. 5, 16, indeede

+ But if any vides lan of a deacon well," purchase to theviselves

tered nephews, let them let 15 a good degree, and great boldness in the Mat. 5.21. Spitty at bome, and to the faith which is in Christ Jesus.

ror, kindnen rents: for that is 2000 & 1+ These things write I unto thee, 2 Ti. 2. 1. before God. hoping to come unto thee shortly : u 2 Ti. 9. 20. 5 Now sbe that is a won

is 15 But if I tarry long, that thou mayor, deli desolate, trustetb in God, est know how thou oughtest to behave

cately.

in supplications and prayers thyself in the house " of God, which is

Re. 3.1.

das. the church of the living God, the pillarday, o But she that liveth is a and ground of the truth.

y I Co. 2.7. dead while she liveth, 16 And, without controversy, great is fested.

7 And these things 47 the mystery of godliness : God was kma: :Jn 1.14. that they may be blanches nifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, I Jno. 1.2 8 But if any provide b**** seen of angels, preached unto the Gen- a Is. 58 7. and specially for me ules, believed on in the world, received Mat, 3.16. A house, he hath denied . * up/ into glory.

Jn'. 16.8.9. worse than an iosdel.
CHAP. IV

Ro. l. 4.
Now the Spirit speaketh expressly,

9 Let not a widos de atuam ***

I Pe. 3. 19. number under threescore xD that in the latter tiines some shall de

ljno. 5. 6. ing beep the wife of ace as part from the faith, giving heed to se

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10 Well reported of und ducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;

if she have brought up 2 Speaking lies in hypocrisyhaving

c Mat. 4. 11. bare lodgedi stralers

Lu. 2. 13. their conscience seared with a hot iron;

Ep. 3. 10. ed the saints' feet, idet 3 Forbidding to marry, and command. i Pe. 1. 12. the afflicted, if she rave et ing to abstain from meats, which God a Ac.13 46,48 lowed every good work. bath created to be receivedt with thanks. Rọ. 10, 12, 11 But the younger siders met giving of them which believe and know

18 when they have lezer the truth.

e Col. 1. 6. against Christ, they will they 4 For every creature of God is good, Lu. 24.51. 12 Haring damostat. and nothing to be refused, if it be re Ac. 1.9. have cast oft their first tart ceived with thanksgiving :

je or,chosen.

13 And withal they less 5 For it is sanctified by the word of & Da 11, 35. wandering about frosii God and prayer.

Mat. 24.6.. and I not only idle, but tim 6 It thou put the brethren in remem.

1,2 busy-bodies, Speakicg thao **** brance of these things, thou shalt be a

2 Pe. 2.). yood minister of Jesus Christ, nourished

Re. 16. 14.

ought not. i Ac. 16. 15.

14 I will therefore that up in the words of faith and ot good * Ec. 5. 18 women marty, bear chudnya. ***** doctrine, whereunto thou hast attained. i Tha w. house, give node oorzica ta**** 7. But retuse profane and old wives'

en Je. 15. 16. sary to speak reproche ? fables," and exercise thyself rather unto 1 Pe. 2. 2. 15 for some are already in godliness.

fut their

after Satan, # For hodily exercise profiteth Elittle: railing

16 If any man or woman the but godliness o is profitable unto all * Tit. 1. 14. have widow, let them relier things, having promise p of the lite that or, for a let not the church be charen now is, and of that which is to come. Title time. relieve them that are widers

9 This is a faithful saying, and worthy o ch. 6.6. 17 Let the elders that of all acceptation. 10 For therefore we both labour and q 1 Th.5. 12, cially they who labour in the

p Ps. 84. 11. counted worthy of double suffer reproach, because we trust in the

13. doctrine. living God, who is the Saviour of all, De. 25. 4. inen, specially of those that believe.

18 For the scripture sets, Te not muzzle the os tbat tetes

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4. 111.224. Re 1.9.
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CHAP. V.
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Rules to be observed in reproring, 1, 2.
I C. 16.-5.1. 2C 12 7 20. Cr

Ortoidot., 3-16 of elders, 11-72.
4. condemnaties. Is.14.12.. 7 lies. I K1.13.18.-22.22. 1.9.15 Je.

A precept for Timethy's Aralı A, 23.
3. 2 Pe.2.4. Jude 6.
5.31.-23.14,32. Des 23.25. Mat.7.15.

Some men's sins go before unto judge
cb.5.24.25. 1 Sa.2.2. Ae. -24 24 Ac 20.30. Ro. 16.18 Ep.1.14.

ment, and some men's follon after,
2.12 3 no. 12. tl. 2 Ti 3.5 2 Pe.2.1.3. Re. 16.14. Their

24, 25
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CONCLUDING REMARKS ON THE PIRST EPISTLE TO TIMOTHY
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evideace; and its Divide lonpiration is altested by ibe ouet accomplisti moral of the predicti **********
the apostacy in the latter day. This prophecy is similar in the geberal sebject to the to
Thessalonians, though it differs in the particular circumstances and all, esripada
Daniel so tbe sarac ubject. (De si 34.)' This important prediction might be interest réer

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doctrines concerning demons, through the hypocrisy of hans, having their conxineses par =)
to marry, and eym mioding to abstain froen forats, rc Hose applicable these partieslan atte.
of Rome need scarcely be insisted on The worship of waists in that church tartial ther"
demons among the heathen, which has been established in the world by bok forced in t** ********
saints, by lying legends of tbeir lives, by false miracles ascribed to their teis, sed by labem
but the SPIRIT OF GOD could foresee and foretel these triarkable events
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