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changed. 53. For this corruptible must put on incorrupt!* on, and 11 this mortal must put on immortality. 54. So whe this corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and th' mortal, sliall have put on immortality, then shall be broug to pass the saying that is written, a Death is swallowed" in victory". * 55 b O death, where is thy sting? O * gra [Or, heir^ where is thy victory? 56. The sting ofdea is fin \ ^ad the c strength of sin is the law. 57. But thanki be td; God,:which giveth us the d victory, through 01^ Lord Jesus Christ. 58. Therefore my beloved brethren be ye e stedfast, unmoveable, always f abounding in thj work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your g labo is not in vain in the Lord.- '■
behold thy Face in Righteousness: 1 shall be satisfied, what- I awake with thy Likeness. Pfal, 49- i y. But God will redeem my. Soul [or, Life}, from the Power of the Grave; for he shall receive' me. Isa. ay. 8. He will fast/lew, «/> Death in Victory.— Isa. 16 19. Thy dead Men shall live, together with my dead Body (hall they arise: awake and sing ye that dwell in Dutl: for thy Dew is the Dew of Herbs, and the Earth mail cast out the Dead. Dan. 12. 2. Many of them, that sleep in the DuB of the Earth shall awake, some to everlasting Life, and some to Shame and everlasting Contempt.
53-ut i Cor. 5 .4. We that are In this Tabernacle dp groan,being burdened: not for that we would be unclothed, but clothed upon, that mortality might be swallowed up of Life.
. 54- f t. Isa- 25.8. t Rev. 20 14. See on Ver. 26.
yy. b * Hoi". 13. 14- See on Ver. 26. . *y5. c t Rom. y. 13. f Rom. 7. 5, 13. See on Rom. 4. ty.
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y8.e Col. i- 22, 23.— To prei sent you holy and unblameabla)
and unreproveablc in his Sight S if ye continue in the Faith, groun" ed and fettled, and be not move away fiom the hope of the < Jpel.—
'Col. 1. 10. That ye might 10 walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, being fruitful in ever good Work. Cob 2. 7. Rootd and built up in him, and stablislie in the Faith, as ye have be j /taught, ahounding therein . wiH Thanksgiving. 2 Pet. 1. y, fro: Giving all diligence, add to yon* Faith, Virtue, cW- 2 Pet. 3. ifci Grow in Grace, and in the Know) . ledge of our Lord and Saviour J« sus Christ.— •!
* 1 Cor. 3. 8.— Every Man stall receive his own Reward, according to his own Labour. Heb. 6: syGod is not unrighteous, to forg your Work and labour of Love.i '.' 2 Pet. 3. 14.Wherefbre, belove seeing that ye kokfor such thin be diligent that ye may be s 300s him in Psao*/—«
NOW concerning the * collection for the saints, as I have, given order to the churches of Galatia, b even lo do ye. 2. Upon the e first day of the week, let every aneofyou lay by him in store, as God hath prospered him, there be no gatherings when I come. 3. Andd when I come, whomsoever you shall approve by your letters, them will I fend to bring your liberality unto Jerusalem. 4. And if it be meet that 1 go also, they shall go with me. 5. Now I will come unto you, e when I shall pass through Macedonia: (for I do pass through Macedonia,) 6. And it may be that 1 will abide, yea, and winter with you, that ye may f bring me on my journey, whithersoever I go. 7. For I will not see you now by the way, but 1 trust to tarry a while with you, 1 if the Lord permit. 8. But I will tarry at Ephesus until Pentecost. 9. For a great h door and effectual is opened unto me, and there arei many adversaries. 10. Now ifkTimotheus come, secthat he may be with you without fear: for 'he worketh the work of* the Lord, as I also do. 11. Let no man therefore m despise him: but conduct him forth "in peace, that he may come unto me: for I look for him jith the brethren. 12. As touching our brother 0 Apollos, [greatly desired him to come unto you with the brethren: tut his will was not at all to come at this time, but he will come when lie shall have convenient time. 13. p Watch ye,
.»•* t Acts 44. 17. tRorn.iy. 9."1 t 2 Cor. a. is. + Col. 4. 3, »• 11 Cor. 8. 4. f * Cor. 9. 1, See on Acts 14. 27. Ijj*" V Gal. 2. to. See on Acts 1 t Acts 19. 9. When divert "j'S*- were hardned, and believed nor,
Rom. is. Distributing to the 5 but spake evil of that Way before mceflity of the Saints. the Multitude, he departed from
*ctRev. 1. to. Sec on Acts them.— l0' 1- 10. k •/ Acts 19. aa. f 1 Cor.
tl- T a Cor. 8. 16, 19. Thanks 4. 17. See on Acts 16. 1. « to God, which put the fame 10 1 f Rom. 16. 21. f Ph'l. 2. 20, ««Kft Care into the Heart of Ti- 22. f 1 Thes. 3. 2. See on Acts '"'tor you. —who was also chosen 16.1.
* u £tlurches t0 travel witl» us 11. m t 1 Tim. 4. 12. Let no Wdthis Grace [or,Gift] — Man despise thy Youth— Tit. 2.
$• T Acts 19. ai. f a Cor. 1.1J 15.— Let no Man despise thee.
A f t on 1 Cor- 4-19- » See on Acts 1 f. 3 3.
*• t «e on Acts 1 y 3. 12. 0 See on Acts 18. 24.
7. tiCor. 4. 19. tjam.4. 13. P See on Mat. 24,42,43. »>. ace on Acts it,aj.
'i stand fast in the faith, quit you like stien, be r strong 14. Let all your things be done with * charity. 15.1 beseech you, brethren, (ye know the u house of Stejslumas, that it is the * first-fruits of Achaia, and that they have addicted themselves to the * ministry of the faints) i6. That ye * submit your selves unto such, and to every One that helpeth with a J and d laboureth. 17. I am glad of the coming ofStephanas, and Fortunatus, and Achaicus; for that which was e lacking on your part, they have supplied. 18. Fo/ they have refreslied my spirit and yours: therefore f ac knowledge ye them that are such. 19. The? churches Asia salute you. Aquila and Priscilla salute you much irt the Lord, with the 6 church that is in their house, ftu All the brethren greet you. h Greet ye one another' with au holy kiss. 2t» The 1 salutation of me Paul with mine own hand, ii.lt any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ,1 Jet him be (1) Anathema, Maran-atha. 23. The * grace of our
1 Sec on Phil. 4. 1. minister.
r Eph. 6. 10. Finally, my Bre- 17. et Pftil.sr. 3*0. For the Wi thren, be strong in the Lord, and in of Christ he was nigh unto P the Power of his Might. Col. i. not regarding bis Life, to Ii. Strevphned wish; all Might, ^your lack of Service toward according to his.1g}t>T«lus Power, f Philem. ver, iThat in th) Unto all Patience and Long-suffer- Stead he might have ministrett unW ing with joyfulness. me in the Bonds of the Gospel.
14.5 See on Job. 13.34. i8.ffiTbes. 5; ji. See on
15. u'.' 1 Cor. 1. 16. 1 baptized 10 Phil 2. 29.
also the Houlhold oistephanat.— 19. S See on Rom. 16. 5. Alfl
1 f Rom. 16. y. —Salute my the Note on Acts 1. 46. well-beloved Epenetus, who is the 20. h See on Rom. 16. 16. First fruits of Achaia unto Christ. 21.» t C0I. 4. 18. The Salutes!* See the Note on the Word Achaia, 15 by the Hand of me Paul. + Ztw Rom. 16. 5. 3. 17. The Salutation of Paul with
b See on Acts Mi 29. mine 01m Hand, which is the ToJ
16. c f Heb. 13. 17. See on ken in every Epistle: so I write Rom. 12.8. 12. k V Gal. 1. 8 Though we.01
d '.' Heb. 6. 10. God is- not un- Jt>an Angel From Heaven, preacna" righteous, to forget your work and jvy other Gospel unto you, than labour oftove which ye have shew- that which we have preached Bom ed toward his Name, in that ye you, let him be accursed. have mhtiftred to the Saints, and do 23. 1 Sec on Rom. 16. 70
(») The Word Anathema, properly signifies, a Thing dedicated vtxi.cwi" crated to God, which was separated with a Curse on those who lhould takeand apply itto their own Use. Hence, in ^figurative Sense, it cons' to signisie accursed, or devoted to destruction. Maran-atha is a Syriac Pbr»f> which properly signifies, the Lord onus, W wit, h execute Vengeance. T» •d Jesus Christ fe with you. 24; My love be with you jtii CJifist Jesus. Amen.
Tfle first epistle to the Corinthians was written frorri Philippi, by Stephanas, and Fortunatus, and Achaichus, and Tifflotheusi
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AULan apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of Goc^ and Timtfthy ear brother^ unto the church of God ich is at Corinth, 1 with all the saints which are in all Æaia: 2. * Grace be to you, and peace from God our Mltt^nd srofn the Lord Jesus Christ. 3; c Blessed ^God* >en the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mer:, and the God of all comfort 1 4; Who d comforteth
i-1 Rom. il 7.—s Called to be See on Rom. 15.6*. "its.-— v Eph. 1. 1. —To the 4. d Acts 9. 31. Then had the 5«tof; which are at Epheses, and Churches rest, —and were edified, (• the faithful ill Christ Jesus, and walking ifl. the Fear of the" //Phil. 1. 1.— To all the Saints 5 Lord, arid in the Comfort .of the 3? Christ Jesus, Which sire at Phi- holy Ghost, were multiplied. Acts !ippi, with the Bishops and Dea- 16.25. At Midnight Paui and Si£ HV Col, I. s. To the Sdiilti las frayedi and fang Praises to God: faithful Brethren in Christ.— and the Prisoners heard fhe'm. a b \ Gal. 1. j. See oft Rom. 10 Cor. 6. 4.— I am filled witH comfort,
I am exceeding joyful in all riur Tfii 3-e t ifet.i, j. fEph. i. 3, bulathn..
ews reckoned three forts of Anathema's. 1. When a Person is for a Time »atoutofrhe Church as unclean. 2. When a Persori; refusing to aniend, is cut off froth his People. The %d denotes the_ highest Degree "Imprecation, whereby any Person is accounted Accursed: and this is 'v*b-»th». In this Case, the Person is given over, and left to the JudgintofGod. So that the Sense Of this Place seems to be this: If »ny Mltoi mt theLord Jesus Christ, but is d Malicious and obstinate Enemy to' nisGofpel^ Let him be Excommunicated, and left to the dr efitful ludfc TM'« of/ilmiih't) Gorftillhe repents srid amends. To this St. 7*dt,\'<it. issoppofed (0refer. w
us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we our selves are comforted of God. 5. Fdr as the * luffed ings of Christ abound in us, so our consolation also abound* £th by Christ. 6. And whether we be afflicted, * it is for your consolation and salvation, which * is effectual [Otf it wrought"] in the enduring of the fame sufferings which we also surfer: or whether we be comforted, it is for your consolation and salvation. 7. And our hope of you is stedfasi, * knowing "that as you are partakers of the Sufferings^ so shall ye be also of the consolation. 8. For we would not, brethren, hav^you ignorant of our b trouble which came to us in Asia, that we were pressed out of measure, above strength, insomuch that we despaired even of life: 9. But we had the * sentence \_Q*i answers of death in our selves, that we should ' not trust in our selves, but in God which raiseth the dead. 10. Who k delivered us from so great a death, and doth deliver: in whom we trust that he will yet deliver ufi T 1. You also 1 helping together by prayer for us, that111 fm ■the gift bestowed upon us by the means of many persons,thanks may be given by many on our behalf. 12. For our rejoicing is this, the n testimony of our conscience, that in 0 simplici and godly sincerity, p not with fleshly wisdom, but by t grace of God, we have had our conversation in the wor and more abundantly to you-wards. 13. For we write m other things unto you, than what you read or acknowledge!
r y.e Psal. 34. 19. Many are the 9. 1 f Jer. 17. 5,7. Thus faith
AffliBions of the Righteous: but the the Lord, Cursed be the Man that
Lord delivereth him out of them trusteth in Man, and maketh Flejh bit
all. f Acts 9 4.—Saul, Saul, why Arm, and whose Heart deperteth
persecutes thou me} j 2 Cor. 4. 9, 5 from the Lord. Blessed is the Man
10. Persecuted, but not forsaken; that trufleth in the Lord, and whose
east down, but not destroyed; Al- Hope the Lord is.
ways bearing about in the Body the 10. k See on Acts 7. to.
Dying of the Lord Jesut.— f Col. 11. 1 f Phil. i. 19. f Phisern. 1. 14. Who now rejoice in my Suf-10 Ver. 21. See on Rom. 15. 30.
ferings for you, and fill up that mf2 Cof. 4. ij. The Word's
which is behind of the Affiittions of under ver. 6.
Chili in my Flesh.— 12. n See on Acts 25.1.
6.1 See on 2 Ccr. 4 iy. 0 See on Joh. 1. 47.
7. g See on Acts 14. 22. 15 P f 1 Cor. a. 4, Ij. My Speech,
8. h + Acts 19 23. At the fame and my Preaching; was not with time there arose no small stir about the enticing Words of Marts Wisthat way. t r Cor. 15. 32 If as- dom.— Which 'things also we ter the manner of Men I have speak; not in the Word* which ; uebt with Beasts at Ephesus.— 20 Mans Wisdom teacheth.—