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The earnest care of Titus.

II. CORINTHIANS.

God loveth a cheerful giver.

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ver. 4, 6, 7.

A. D. 60. 14 But by an equality, that now at come with me, and find you unpre- A. D. 60.

this time your abundance may be a pared, we (that we say not, ye)
supply for their want, that their should be ashamed in this same con-
abundance also may be a supply for fident boasting.
your want; that there may be equal- | 5 Therefore I thought it necessary
ity :

to exhort the brethren, that they m Ex. 16. 18. 15 As it is written, mHe that had would go before unto you, and make

gathered much had nothing over; up beforehand your t bounty, ll where- + Gr. blessand he that had gathered little had of ye had notice before, that the same

ing, Gen, 33,

11. 1 Sanı. 25. no lack. might be ready, as a matter of boun 27. 2 Kings

5. 15. 16 But thanks be to God, which put ty, and not as of covetousness.

ll Or, which the same earnest care into the heart 6 But this I say, He which soweth hath been so

much spoken of Titus for you. sparingly shall reap also sparingly;

of before. a ver. 6.

17 For indeed he accepted " the ex- and he which soweth bountifully Prov. 11. 24. hortation, but being more forward, shall reap also bountifully.

& 19. 17. &

22. 9. Gal. 6. of his own accord he went unto 9 Every man according as he pur 7, 9. you.

poseth in his heart, so let him give; och. 12. 18. 18 And we have sent with him the not grudgingly, or of necessity : for & Deut. 15.7. brother, whose praise is in the gospel God loveth a cheerful giver.

h Ex. 25. 2. & throughout all the churches; | 8 i And God is able to make all 31. Brow:

19 And not that only, but who was grace abound toward you; that ye, 12. 8. ch. 8. PI Cor. 16. 3,

12. also P chosen of the churches to travel always having all sufficiency in all

i Prov. 11. 24, ll Or, gift, with us with this Il grace, which is ad things, may abound to every good .25. & 28. 27.

Phil. 4. 19. ministered by us 9 to the glory of the work : ch. 9. 8. 4 ch. 4. 15. same Lord, and declaration of your 9 As it is written, k He hath dispers-! « Ps. 112. 9. ready mind :

ed abroad; he hath given to the poor : 20 Avoiding this, that no man should his righteousness remaineth for ever. blame us in this abundance which is 10 Now he that ministereth seed 1 Is. 55. 10. administered by us:

to the sower both minister bread for * Rom. 12. 17. | 21 * Providing for honest things, not your food, and multiply your seed Phil. 4. 8. 1 Pet. 2. 12. only in the sight of the Lord, but also sown, and increase the fruits of your in the sight of men. m righteousness :

m Hos. 10. 12. 22 And we have sent with them our 11 Being enriched in every thing to

Matt. 6. 1. brother, whom we have oftentimes all Il bountifulness, n which causeth 11. Or, liberali

ty. Gr. sinproved diligent in many things, but through us thanksgiving to God. I

plicity, ch.8. now much more diligent, upon the 12 For the administration of this ! 2..

nch. 1. 11. & 0 Or, he hath. great confidence which !! I have in service not only 'supplieth the want ; 14. 15. you.

of the saints, but is abundant also O ch. 8. 14. 23 Whether any do inquire of Titus, by many thanksgivings unto God; he is my partner and fellow helper 13 While by the experiment of

concerning you: or our brethren be this ministration they p glorify God p Matt. 5. 16. s Phil. 2. 25.

inquired of, they are s the messengers for your professed subjection unto
of the churches, and the glory of the gospel of Christ, and for your
Christ.

liberal 9 distribution unto them, and Heb. 13. 16. 24 Wherefore shew ye to them, and unto all men;

before the churches, the proof of your 14 And by their prayer for you, tch. 7. 14. & love, and of our t boasting on your be- which long after you for the exceed9. 2. half. ing " grace of God in you.

r ch. 8. 1.
15 Thanks be unto God for his 8 James 1. 17.
CHAPTER IX.

unspeakable gift.
The apostle sheweth why, though he knew their for.
wardness, he yet sent Titus and his brethren before.

CHAPTER X.
hand; 6 and exhortcth them to give bountifully. 15

Against those who disparaged his bodily presence and
God's unspeakable gift.

specch, he asserteth his spiritual might and authori. a Acts 11. 29. I LOR as touching a the ministering

ty; 12 and reproveth them for stretching themselves Rom. 15. 26.

beyond their measure, and for boasting themselves 1 Cor. 16. 1.

T to the saints, it is superfluous of other men's labours. ch. 8. 4. Gal. | for me to write to you:

N OW a I Paul myself beseech you a Rom. 12. 1. 2. 10.

| 5 ver. 10. 2 For I know bthe forwardness of bch. 8. 19.

I by the meekness and gentleness

1 ch. 12. 5, 7, 9. c chi. 8. 24. your mind, o for which I boast of you of Christ, who ll in presence am base | Or, in outd ch. 8. 10. to them of Macedonia, that d Achaia among you, but being absent am bold

ward ap

pearance. | was ready a year ago; and your zeal toward you: hath provoked very many.

2 But I beseech you, Cthat I may c 1 Cor. 4. 21. e ch. 8. 6, 17, | 3 Yet have I sent the brethren, not be bold when I am present with

ch. 13. 2, 10. 18, 22.

lest our boasting of you should be that confidence, wherewith I think to
in vain in this behalf; that, as I be bold against some, which I think of 11 Or, reckon.
said, ye may be ready :

us as if we walked according to the
4 Lest haply if they of Macedonia flesh.

Paul's vindication of

II. CORINTHIANS.

his apostolic authority.

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A. D. 60. | 3 For though we walk in the flesh, |

CHAPTER XI.

A. D. 60. we do not war after the flesh :

The apostle's jealousy over them. 5 He is not behind 4 (^ For the weapons e of our warfare

the chiefest of the apostles. 7 His preaching the

gospel freely to them. 13 The false apostles. 16 || Or, to God. are not carnal, but mighty through He asketh to be indulged in boasting himself a litd Eph. 6. 13. God sto the pulling down of strong

tle ; 21 and sheweth that, in respect to birth, he was 1 Thess. 5. 8.

not inferior to those deceitful workers, 23 and, as to | holds :)

sufferings and labours for Christ, far superior. If Or, reason 5 h Casting down ll imaginations, and W OULD to God ye could bear e I Tim. 1. 18.

every high thing that exalteth itself VV with me a little in a my folly : 1 73. 6. ch. 2 Tim. 2. 3. | against the knowledge of God, and and indeed II bear with me.

11 Or, ye do f Acts 7. 22. | bringing into captivity every thought 2 For I am bjealous over you with

bear with 1 Cor. 2. 5. ch. 6. 7. & 13. | to the obedience of Christ;

godly jealousy : for "I have espoused | b Gal. 4. 17, 3, 4.

| 6 And having in a readiness to re- you to one husband, a that I may pre- 18. & Jer. 1. 10.

c Hos. 2. 19, hi Cor: 1.19. venge all disobedience, when k your sent you e as a chaste virgin to Christ. 1 20. i Cor. obedience is fulfilled.

3 But I fear, lest by any means, as 4. 15. 18. 2, 10. l Do ye look on things after the

d Col. 1. 28.

the serpent beguiled Eve through his k chi. 2. 9. &

e Lev. 21. 13. outward appearance ? mIf any man subtilty, so your minds should be i Gen. 3. 4. I Jolin 7. 24. trust to himself that he is Christ's, corrupted from the simplicity that is John 8.44. ch. 5. 12. & let him of himself think this again, in Christ.

& Eph. 6. 24.

Col. 2. 4, 8, mi Cor. 14. that, as he is Christ's, even so are i 4 For if he that cometh preacheth 18. 1 Tim. 37. 1 John

1. 3. & 4. 1. 4. 6. nwe Christ's.

another Jesus, whom we have not | Heb. 13. 9.5 n 1 Cor. 3. 23. | 8 For though I should boast some- | preached, or if ye receive another spir

2 Pet. 3. 17. & 9. 1. ch. 11. 23.

what more o of our authority, which it, which ye have not received, or o ch. 13. 10. the Lord hath given us for edification, , h another gospel, which ye have not h Gal. 1.7, 8. p ch 7. 14. & and not for your destruction, PI should accepted, ye might well bear with || Or, with me. 12. 6. not be ashamed.

him. 9 That I may not seem as if I would 5 For I suppose I was not a whit i 1 Cor. 15. 10.

ch. 12. 11. | terrify you by letters : behind the very chiefest apostles.

Gal. 2. 6. + Gr. saith he. / 10 For his letters, + say they, are 6 But though k I be rude in speech, | K 1 Cor. 1. 17. 91 Cor. 2. 3, weighty and powerful ; but ahis yet not in knowledge ; but m we have 2. n. 18. 4. ver. 1.

ch, 10. 10. ch. 12. 5,7,9.

bodily presence is weak, and his been thoroughly made manifest among 1 Eph. 3. 4. Gal. 4. 13. r speech contemptible :

you in all things.

mch. 4. 2. & r 1 Cor. 1. 17.

5. 11. & 12. & 2. 1, 4.

| 11 Let such a one think this, that, Have I committed an offence n in ch. 11. 6. such as we are in word by letters abasing myself that ye might be ex- n Acts 18. 3. when we are absent, such will we be alted, because I have preached to you

1 Cor. 9. 6,

i2. ch. 10:1. also in deed when we are present. the gospel of God freely? sch. 3. 1. & 5. 12 s For we dare not make ourselves 8 I robbed other churches, taking

of the number, or compare ourselves wages of them, to do you service.
with some that commend themselves : ! 9 And when I was present with
but they, measuring themselves by you, and wanted, 'I was chargeable Acts 20. 33.

themselves, and comparing themselves to no man: for that which was lack- ch.12. 13; a 1 Or, under among themselves, are not wise. ing to me P the brethren which came 2 Thess. 3. stand it not.

13 + But we will not boast of things from Macedonia supplied : and in all t ver. 15.

p Phil. 4. 10, without our measure, but according things I have kept myself ? from be- | *15, 16.*** # Or, line. to the measure of the Il rule which God ing burdensome unto you, and so will 9 ch. 12. 14,

hath distributed to us, a measure to I keep myself.
reach even unto you.

10 r As the truth of Christ is in me, r Rom. 9. 1. 14 For we stretch not ourselves ts no man shall stop me of this boast- , Gr. this

boasting beyond our measure, as though we ing in the regions of Achaia.

shall not a 1 Cor. 3.5, reached not unto you ; " for we are 11 Wherefore ? t because I love you be stopped 10. & 4. 15. &

in me. 9. 1. come as far as to you also in preaching not? God knoweth.

s 1 Cor. 9. 15. the gospel of Christ:

| 12 But what I do, that I will do, tch. 6. 11. & 15 Not boasting of things without that I may cut off occasion from them

7. 3. & 12. 15.

jul Cor. 3. 12. 1 x Rom. 15. 20. our measure, that is, * of other men's which desire occasion ; that wherein labours; but having hope, when your they glory, they may be found even x Acts 15. 24.

Rom. 16. 18. faith is increased, that we shall be as we.

Gal. 1. 7. & 6. in Or, magni- lll enlarged by you according to our 13 For such * are false apostles, y de- | 12. Phil. l. fied in you. rule abundantly,

ceitful workers, transforming them- 1 1 1 John 2: 16 To preach the gospel in the re- selves into the aposcles of Christ. 1. Rev. 2. 2.

gions beyond you, and not to boast in 14 And no marvel ; for Satan him- Phil. 3. 2: 1 Or, rule. another man's ll line of things made self is transforined into 2 an angel of Tit. 1. 10, 11.

z Gal. 1.8. light. ready to our hand.'. y Is. 65. 16. 17 y But he that glorieth, let him 15 Therefore it is no great thing Jer. 9. 24. 1 Cor. 1.31.

if his ministers also be transformed | glory in the Lord. z Prov. 27. 2.

18 For 2 not he that commendeth as the a ministers of righteousness ; a ch. 3. 9. a Rom. 2. 29. himself is approved, but a whom the whose end shall be according to Phil. 3. 19. 1 Cor. 4. 5. Lord commendeth.

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II. CORINTHIANS.

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A. D. 60. 16 I say again, Let no man think

CHAPTER XII.

A. D. 60. | me a fool; if otherwise, yet as a fool

Though he might glory in his wonderful revelations, 9 || Or, suffer. ll receive me, that I may boast myself yet he rather chooseth to glory in his infirmities. 11 c ver. 1. ch. a little.

They had forced him to this vain bousting. 14 He 12. 6, 11.

promiseth to come to them again; but yet in the d 1 Cor. 7.6,

| 17 That which I speak, 4 I speak it affection of a father, 20 although he feareth he shall 12. not after the Lord, but as it were

find many offenders. e ch. 9. 4. foolishly, e in this confidence of boast TT is not expedient for me doubtless

I to glory. + I will come to visions 1 + Gr. For I f Phil. 3. 3, 4. 18 f Seeing that many glory after the and revelations of the Lord.

will come. flesh, I will glory also.

2 I knew a man a in Christ above a Rom. 16.7.

ch. 5. 17. & 1 Cor. 4. 10. 19 For ye suffer fools gladly, seeing fourteen years ago, whether in the

Gal. 1. 22. ye yourselves are wise.

body I cannot tell, or whether out h Gal. 2. 4. & 20 For ye suffer, hif a man bring of the body I cannot tell; God know4. 9.

you into bondage, if a man devour eth: such a one " caught up to the Acts 22. 17. you, if a man take of you, if a man third heaven.

Acts 14. 6. exalt himself, if a man smite you on 3 And I knew such a man, whether the face.

in the body, or out of the body, I can21 I speak as concerning reproach, | not tell; God knoweth : i chi. 10. 10. i as though we had been weak. How- 4 How that he was caught up into k Phil. 3. 4. beit, k whereinsoever any is bold, (Il paradise, and heard unspeakable c Luke 23. 43.

speak foolishly,) I am bold also. words, which it is not Il lawful for a 1 Or, possible. I Acts 22. 3. 22 Are they Hebrews ? so am I. man to utter. Rom. 11. 1

Are they Israelites ? so am I. Are 5 Of such a one will I glory : dyet a ch. 11. 30. they the seed of Abraham ? so am of myself I will not glory, but in

mine infirmities. 23 Are they ministers of Christ? (I 6 For e though I would desire to e ch. 10.8. & m 1 Cor. 15. speak as a fool,) I am more; min la- | glory, I shall not be a fool; for I will | 11. 10.

bours more abundant, nin stripes above say the truth : but now I forbear, lest n Acts 9. 16. & 20. 23. & 21. measure, in prisons more frequent, oin any man should think of me above deaths oft.

that which he seeth me to be, or that 01 Cor. 15.30, °31, 32. ch. T: | 24 Of the Jews five times received I | he heareth of me. 9, 10. & 4. 11, P forty stripes save one.

7 And lest I should be exalted above & 6. 9. p Deut. 25. 3. | 25 Thrice was I 9 beaten with rods, measure through the abundance of 9 Acts 16. 22. ronce was I stoned, thrice I s suffered the revelations, there was given to r Acts 14. 19. shipwreck, a night and a day I have me a fthorn in the flesh, s the mes- See Ez. 28. s Acts 27. 41. been in the deep; senger of Satan to buffet me, lest I 24. Gal. 4.

13, 14. 26 In journeyings often, in perils of should be exalted above measure. 1 $ Job 2. 7. + Acts 9. 23. & waters, in perils of robbers, tin perils 8 1 For this thing I besought the . Luke 13. 16. 13. 50. & 14.

h See Deut. 3. by mine own countrymen, uin perils Lord thrice, that it might depart | 23-27. Mait: 5. & 17.5. & 20. 3. & 21. by the heathen, in perils in the city, from me.

26. 41. 31. & 23. 10, 11. & 25. 3.

in perils in the wilderness, in perils | 9 And he said unto me, My grace u Acts 14. 5. & ) in the sea, in perils among false is sufficient for thee: for my strength 19. 23. brethren;

is made perfect in weakness. Most 27 In weariness and painfulness, gladly therefore i will I rather glory lich. 11. 30. I AC920. 31. * in watchings often, v in hunger and in my infirmities, k that the power of k 1 Pet. 4. 14. | chi. . 5.

thirst, in fastings often, in cold and Christ may rest upon me. y 1 Cor. 4. 11. nakedness.

10 Therefore 'I take pleasure in in- li Rom. 5. 3. 28 Beside those things that are with firmities, in reproaches, in necessi- | ch. 7. 4.

out, that which cometh upon me daily, ties, in persecutions, in distresses for z See Acts 20. 2 the care of all the churches.

Christ's sake : m for when I am weak, mch. 13. 4. 13, &c. Rom. 29 a Who is weak, and I am not then am I strong. 1. 14. a 1 Cor. 8. 13.

weak? who is offended, and I burn 11 I am become na fool in glorying ; In ch. 11. 1. 16. & 9. 22. not?

ye have compelled me : for I ought b ch. 12. 5, 9, 30 If I must needs glory, b I will to have been commended of you : for

glory of the things which concern o in nothing am I behind the very och. 11. 5.
mine infirmities.
chiefest apostles, though "I be noth-

Gal. 2.6, 7, 8.1

P 1 Cor. 3. 7. c Rom. 1. 9.& | 31 The God and Father of our Lord | ing.

& 15, 8, 9. 2.1. ch. n. 23. | Jesus Christ, d which is blessed for 12 9 Truly the signs of an apostle Eph. 3. 8. Gal. 1. 20.

9 Rom. 15. 18, 1 Thess. 2. 5. evermore, knoweth that I lie not. were wrought among you in all pa-19

19. 1 Cor.9. d Rom. 9. 5.

32 e In Damascus the governor under tience, in signs, and wonders, and 2. cl. 4. 2. & e Acts 9. 24,

8. 4. & 11. 6. Aretas the king kept the city of the mighty deeds. Damascenes with a garrison, desirous 13 ' For what is it wherein ye were r1 Cor. 1. 7. to apprehend me :

inferior to other churches, except it | 33 And through a window in a bas- be that s I myself was not burdensome s

s 1 Cor. 9. 12.

ch. 11. 9. ket was I let down by the wall, and to you? forgive me t this wrong. t ch. 11. 6. escaped his hands.

| 14 u Behold, the third time I am ready u ch. 13. .

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Paul's freedom from guile.

II. CORINTHIANS.

Offenders are threatened.

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A. D. 60. to come to you; and I will not be to them d which heretofore have sin- ' A. D. 60.

burdensome to you : for I seek not ned, and to all others, that, if I come * Acts 20. 33. yours, but you: y for the children again, e I will not spare :

d ch. 12, 21. 1 Cor. 10. 33. y 1 Cor. 4. 14,

ought not to lay up for the parents, 3 Since ye seek a proof of Christ e ch. 1. 23.

but the parents for the children. I speaking in me, which to you-ward | f Matt. 10. 20. z Phil. 2. 17.

1 Cor. 5. 4. 15 And ? I will very gladly spend is not weak, but is mighty & in you. 1 Thess. 2. 8.

ch. 2. 10. + Gr. your

and be spent a for + you ; though b the 4 h For though he was crucified & 1 Cor. 9. 2. souls. more abundantly I love you, the less through weakness, yet i he liveth by

h Phil. 2. 7, 8, a John 10. 11.

1 Pet. 3. 18. ch. 1. 6. Col. I be loved.

| the power of God. For bwe also li Rom. 6. 4. 1. 24. 2 Tim. 16 But be it so, I did not burden are weak ll in him, but we shall live || Or, with 2. 10. bch. 6. 12. 13. | you: nevertheless, being crafty, I with him by the power of God to

k See ch. 10.3, cch. 11. 9 | caught you with guile.

ward you.

4. 3 ch, 7, 2. 17 d Did I make a gain of you by 5 ? Examine yourselves, whether ye 11 Cor. 11. 28.

any of them whom I sent unto you? be in the faith; prove your own e ch. 8. 6, 16, | 18 e I desired Titus, and with him I selves. Know ye not your own 22. fch. 8. 18. sent a f brother. Did Titus make a selves, m how that Jesus Christ is m Rom. 8. 10.

Gal. 4. 19. gain of you? walked we not in the in you, except ye be n reprobates ?

ni Cor. 9. 27. same spirit? walked we not in the 6 But I trust that ye shall know same steps?

that we are not reprobates. g ch. 5. 12 19 % Again, think ye that we excuse l q Now I pray to God that ye do h Rom. 9. 1. ourselves unto you? h we speak before no evil; not that we should appear

ch. 11.31. i 1 Cor. 10.

God in Christ: *but we do all things, approved, but that ye should do that
dearly beloved, for your edifying. which is honest, though we be as o ch. 6. 9.

20 For I fear, lest, when I come, reprobates.

I shall not find you such as I would, 8 For we can do nothing against the k 1 Cor. 4. 21.

and that k I shall be found unto you truth, but for the truth. ch. 10. 2. & 13. 2, 10.

such as ye would not: lest there 9 For we are glad, P when we are p 1 Cor. 4. 10. be debates, envyings, wraths, strifes, weak, and ye are strong: and this ch. 11. 30. &

12. 5, 9, 10. backbitings, whisperings, swellings, also we wish, 9 even your perfection. 91 Thess. 3. tumults : | 10 r Therefore I write these things

r1 Cor. 4. 21. 21 And lest, when I come again, my being absent, lest being present si

ch. 2. 3. & 10. 1 ch. 2. 1, 4. God will humble me among you, and should use sharpness, 'according to the 2. & 12. 20.

21. mch. 13. 2. that I shall bewail many m which have power which the Lord hath given mes

$ Tit. 1. 13. sinned already, and have not repented to edification, and not to destruction. ch. 10. 8. n 1 Cor. 5. 1. of the uncleanness and a fornication 11 Finally, brethren, farewell. Be

and lasciviousness which they have perfect, be of good comfort, u be of
committed.

18. & 15. 5. God of love and peace shall be

1 Cor. 1. 10. CHAPTER XIII. with you.

Phil, 2. 2. &

3. 16. 1 Pet. The apostle threateneth obstinate offenders. 5 An ex

3. 8. hortation to self examination, 7 and to a reform

* Rom. 15. 33. tion of life. 11 He concludeth his epistle with a general echortation, and a salutation. 13 All the saints salute you.

y Rom. 16. 16.

1 Cor. 16. 20. a ch. 12. 14. IMHIS is a the third time I am com- | 14 z The grace of the Lord Jesus 1 Thess. 5. b Num. 35. 30.

26. 1 Pet. 5. Deut. 17. 6. 1 ing to you. In the mouth of Christ, and the love of God, and

14. & 19. 15. ,

a the communion of the Holy Ghost, z Rom. 16. 24. Matt. 18. 16. John 8. 17. word be established. be with you all. Amen.

a Phil. 2. 1. 2 c I told you before, and foretell c ch. 10. 2.

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| nation, y being more exceedingly zeal- A. D. 58.

ous ? of the traditions of my fathers. The apostle's salutation, 6 He marvelleth that they are so soon turned to another gospel, 8 and accurseth 15 But when it pleased God, a who 35. those that preach any other gospel than he did. 11 He learned the yospel not of men, but of God. 13 separated me from my mother's womb, y Acts 22. 3. &

26.9. Phil. 3. What he was before his conversion, 15 and what he did immediately after it.

16.b To reveal his Son in me, that? Iz Jer. 9. 14. a ver. 11, 12. DAUL, an apostle, a not of men, I might preach him among the heathen;

Matt. 15. 2

Mark 7.5. b Acts 9. 6. & 1 neither by man, but b by Jesus immediately I conferred not with a flesh a ls. 49. 1, 5. 22.040, 15, 21. | Christ, and God the Father, who and blood:

Jer. 1. 5. & 26.'16.'

Acts 9. 15. & Tit. 1. 3. raised him from the dead;

17 Neither went I up to Jerusalem | 13. 2. & 22. C Acts 2. 24. 2 And all the brethren which are to them which were apostles before

14, 15. Rom. d Phil. 2. 22.

& 4. 21. with me, e unto the churches of Ga- me; but I went into Arabia, and re- b 2 Cor. 4. 6. e 1 Cor. 16. 1. latia:

turned again unto Damascus. f Rom. 1.7. 3* Grace be to you, and peace, from 18 Then after three years I ll went 1 Cor. 1.3. 2 Cor. 1. 2. God the Father and from our Lord up to Jerusalem to see Peter, and 11 Or, return

ed. Eph. 1.2. Jesus Christ,

abode with him fifteen days.

C Acts 9. 15. Col. 1. 2. 4 $ Who gave himself for our sins, 19 But fother of the apostles saw I & 22. 21. &

26. 17, 18. 1 Thess. 1. 1. that he might deliver us h from this none, save $Jarnes the Lord's brother. 2 Thess. 1. 2.

Rom. 11. 13. 2 Jolin 3.

present evil world, according to the 20 Now the things which I write un-| Eph. 3. 8. 8 Matt. 20. 28. will of God and our Father:

to you, h behold, before God, I lie not.

d Matt. 16. 17. Rom. 4. 25.

1 Cor. 15. 50. ch. 2. 20.

5 To whom be glory for ever and 21 i Afterwards I came into the re- Eph. 6. 12. Tit. 2. 14. lever. Amen.

gions of Syria and Cilicia ;

e Acts 9. 26. h See Is. 65.

fi Cor. 9.5. "19. John 15. 6 I marvel that ye are so soon remov- 22 And was unknown by face k unto

& Matt. 13. 55. 19. & 17. 14. ed i from him that called you into the the churches of Judea which were in Mark 6. 3. Heb. 2. 5. &

h Rom. 9. 1. 6.5. i John | grace of Christ unto another gospel : Christ: 5. 19.

i Acts 9. 30. - Ink Which is not another; but there 23 But they had heard only, That ki Thess.. ich. 5. 8.

be somel that trouble you, and would he which persecuted us in times past 14. k 2 Cor. 11. 4.

1 Rom. 16.7. 1 Acts 15. 1, 1 pervert the gospel of Christ.

now preacheth the faith which once 24. 2 Cor. 2. 17. & 11. 13.

8 But though mwe, or an angel from he destroyed. ch. 5. 10, 12. heaven, preach any other gospel unto 24 And they glorified God in me, m 1 Cor. 16.

you than that which we have preached 22.

CHAPTER II. unto you, let him be accursed.

The apostle sheweth when and for what purpose he 9 As we said before, so say I now went up again to Jerusalem ; 3 that Titus was not

compelled to be circumcised; 11 and that he withagain, If any man preach any other stood Peter at Antioch for his dissimulation, 14 ben Deut. 4. 2. gospel unto you n than that ye have

cause, through fear of the Jews, he acted as if justi& 12. 32.

fication came by works of law. 20 His life by the received, let him be accursed. Prov. 30.6.

faith of the Son of God. Rev. 22. 18. | 10 For do I now P persuade men, or THEN fourteen years after a I went 01 Thess. 2.4.

God? or ? do I seek to please men? | 1 up again to Jerusalem with Bar- a Acts 15. 2. * Matt. 28. 14. for if I yet pleased men, I should not nabas, and took Titus with me also. 1 John 3. 19. / be the servant of Christ.

2 And I went up by revelation, band b Acts 15. 12. 41 Thess. 2. 4. James 4.

| 11 *But I certify you, brethren, that communicated unto them that gospel

the gospel which was preached of me which I preach among the Gentiles, r 1 Cor. 15, 1. is not after man.

| but I privately to them which were | || Or, sever. s1 Cor. 15. 1, | 12 For s I neither received it of man, of reputation, lest by any means I.

ally. 3. ver. 1.

c Phil. 2. 16. neither was I taught it, but t by the should run, or had run, in vain. 1°1 Thess. 3.5. t Eph. 3. 3. revelation of Jesus Christ.

3 But neither Titus, who was with 13 For ye have heard of my con- me, being a Greek, was compelled to

versation in time past in the Jews' | be circumcised : u Acts 9. 1. & religion, how that u beyond measure 4 And that because of a false breth- & Acts 15. 1;. 22. 4. & 26. 11.

24. 2 Cor. 11. 1 Tim. 1. 13. 1 :. I persecuted the church of God, and ren unawares brought in, who came

26. * Acts 8. 3. * wasted it:

in privily to spy out our e liberty ech. 3. 25.

& 5. 1, 13. + Gr. equals in years. above many my tequals in mine own they might bring us into bondage : ch. 4. 3, 9.

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