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ROM: XVI. 25–27.
A. D. 60.
termined not to know any thing among Scriptures of the prophets, * according to you, save Jesus Christ, and him cru the commandment of b the everlasting cified, ii. 2. For we preach not our God, C made known to all nations for selves, but Christ Jesus the Lord ; a
d the obedience of fuith: and ourselves your servants for Jesus'
a See on Matt. xxviii. ver. 19. sake, 2 Cor. iv. 5.
clause 1. and 20. clause 1. a But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom,
b See on chap. i. ver. 20. clause 3.
c See on Matt. xii. ver. 18.clause 5. which God ordained before the world
d See on chap. i. ver. 5. clause 3. unto our glory, 1 Cor. ii. 7. Even the mystery which hath been hid from
VER. 27. ages and from generations, but now
Μόνω σοφω Θεώ, διά Ιησού Χριστού, και η is made manifest to bis saints, Col. 36ta eis tous aicīvas. 'Auñv. i. 26.
a To God only wise, be glory through VER. 26.
Jesus Christ for ever. Amen. Φανερωθέντος δε νύν διά τε γραφών προφητικών, κατ' επιταγήν του αιωνίου Θεού,
a See on chap. xi. ver. 36. clause 2. εις υπακοήν πίστεως, εις πάντα τα έθνη Written to the Romans from Corin. γνωρισθέντος: :
thus, and sent by Phebe servant of But now is made manifest, and by the the church at Cenchrea.,
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