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I TIM. V. 10-17.
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men, and of the truth itself : yea, and goverv, olxodeo TOTETY, undsular å poppeng we also bear record; and ye know | διδόναι το αντικειμένω λοιδορίας χάριν. that our record is true, 3 John 12. b See on Matt. v. ver. 16. clause 1.
I will therefore that the younger woSee on Rom. xii. ver. 13. clause 2. house, give none occasion to the adversary
men marry, bear children, a guide the d See on John xiii. ver. 14. e See on Matt. v. ver. 42.
to speak reproachfully. See on Matt. xiii. ver. 23. clause 3.
Gr. for their railing.
a Every wise woman buildeth her Newtépas dè xengas mapaitoữ ēras yang down with her hands, Prov. xiv. 1.
house : but the foolish plucketh it καταστρινιάσωσι του Χριστού, γαμεϊν θέλουσιν,
She looketh well to the ways of her
household, and eateth not the bread a But the younger widows refuse: for of idleness, xxxi. 27. To be discreet, when they have begun to war wanton chaste, keepers at home, good, obeagainst Christ, they will marry; dient to their own husbands, that the
a See ver. 9. But Jeshurun waxed word of God be not blasphemed, fat, and kicked : thou art waxen fat, Tit. ii. 5. thou art grown thick, thou art covered
VER. 15. with fatness: then he forsook God which made him, and lightly esteemed "Ηδη γάρ τινες εξετράπησαν οπίσω του the Rock of his salvation, Deut. xxxii. Eatavã. 15. According to their pasture, so a For some are already turned aside were they filled; and their heart was after b Satan. exalted; therefore have they forgotten me, Hos. xii. 6.
a See on chap. i. ver. 6.
b See on Matt. iv. ver. 1. clause 4. VER. 12. "Εχουσαι κρίμα ότι την πρώτην πίστιν
VER. 16. ήθέτησαν. .
Εί τις πιστός και πιστή έχει χήρας, Having damnation, because they have επαρκείτω αυταίς, και μη βαρείσθω και cast off their first faith.
εκκλησία, ίνα ταϊς όντως χήραις επαρκέση. a I marvel that ye are so soon re a If any man or woman that believeth moved from him that called you into have widows, let them relieve them, and the grace of Christ unto another let not the Church be charged ; that it Gospel, Gal. i. 6. Nevertheless I may relieve them that are c widows irhave somewhat against thee, because deed. thou hast left thy first love. Remem
a See on ver. 8. ber therefore from whence thou art
b See on ver. 9. fallen, and repent, and do the first
c See on ver. 5. works; or else I will come unto thee quickly, and will remove thy candle
VER. 17. stick out of his place, except thou re
Οι καλώς προεστώτες πρεσβύτερος διπpent, Rev. č. 4, 5.
λής τιμής άξιούσθησαν, μάλιστα οι κοVER. 13.
πιώντες εν λόγω και διδασκαλία: "Αμα δε και αργαι μανθάνουσι περιερ Let a the elders bthat rule well cbe xójeevas tas vixías ou póros de apyal, counted worthy of double honour, espeαλλά και φλύαροι και περίεργοι, λαλού- | cially they 1 oho
labour in the word and σαι τα μη δέοντα.
doctrine. And withal they learn to be idle, wun a See on Acts xi. ver. SO. dering about from house to house; and
b See on Matt. xxiv.ver. 45. clause 1. not only idle, but tattlers also and busy
c Render therefore to all their dues : bodies, speaking things which they ought tribute to whom tribute is due ; custom not.
to whom custom ; fear to whom fear; VER. 14.
honour to whom honour, Rom. xiii.7. Bούλομαι ούν νεωτέρας γαμεϊν, τεκνο See on Matt. ix. ver. 37. clause 2.
I Tim. V. 18–21.
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when they were come, he withdrew, VER. 18.
and separated himself, fearing them Aiyu yap is ypapá. Boữr dacãrta où which were of the circumcision. And φιμώσεις, και "Αξιος ο εργάτης του μισ- the other Jews dissembled likewise θού αυτού.
with him; insomuch that Barnabas For the Scripture saith, Thou shalt also was carried away with their discorn. And, 6 The labourer is worthy truth of the Gospel, I said unto Peter not mussle the or that treadeth out the simulation. But when I saw that they
walked.not uprightly, according to the of his reward.
before then all, If thou, being a Jew, a Thou shalt not muzzle the ox when livest after the manner of Gentiles, he treadeth out the corn, Deut. xxv. 4. and not as do the Jews, why compelFor it is written in the law of Moses, lest thou the Gentiles to live as do Thou shalt not muzzle the mouth of the Jews? Gal. ï. 11–14. the ox that treadeth out the corn. b But a certain man named Ananias, Doth God take care for oxen? Or with Sapphira his wife, sold a possaith he it altogether for our sakes? session, And kept back part of the For our sakes, no doubt, this is written : price, his wife also being privy to it, that he that ploweth should plow in and brought a certain part, and laid hope ; and that he that thrasheth in it at the apostles' feet. But Peter hope seould be partaker of his hope, said, Ananias, why hath Satan filled 1 Cor. ix. 9, 10.
thine heart to lie to the Holy Ghost, b'Thou shalt not defraud thy neigh- and to keep back part of the price of bour, neither rob him: the wages of the land ? “Whiles it remained, was him that is hired shall not abide with it not thine own? and after it was sold, thee all night until the morning, Lev. was it not in thine own power ? why xix. 13. Thou shalt not oppress an hast thou conceived this thing in thine hired servant that is poor and needy, heart? thou hast not lied unto men, whether he be of thy brethren, or of thy but unto God. And Ananias, hearing strangers that are in thy land within these words, fell down, and gave up thy gates : At his day thou shalt give the ghost : and great fear came on all him his hire, neither shall the sun go them that heard these things, Acts v. down upon it; for he is poor, and set- 1–5. Then Peter said unto her, How teth his heart upon it: lest he cry is it that ye have agreed together to against thee unto the Lord, and it be tempt the Spirit of the Lord ? Behold, sin unto thee, Deut. xxiv. 14, 15. See the feet of them which have buried also on Matt. X. ver. 10. clause 3. thy husband are at the door, and shall
carry thee out. Then fell she down VER. 19.
straightway at his feet, and yielded Κατά πρεσβυτέρου κατηγορίαν μη πα- up the ghost: and the young men came padexov, extès el fin dai dúo & Topsão papo in, and found her dead, and, carrying τύρων.
her forth, buried her by her husband. Against an elder receive not an accu
And great fear came upon all the sation, but before two or three witnesses. church, and upon as many as heard
these things, 9-11. Or, under. a See on Acts xi. ver. 30.
Διαμαρτύρομαι ενώπιον του Θεού, και VER. 20.
Κυρίου Ιησού Χριστού, και των εκλεκτών Τους αμαρτάνοντας, ενώπιον πάντων αγγέλων, ίνα ταύτα φυλάξης χωρίς προκρίέλεγχι, ένα και οι λοιποί φοβον έχωσι. ματος, μηδέν ποιών κατά πρόσκλισιν.
a Thein that sin rehuke before all, b that others also muy fear.
a I charge thee before God, and the
Lord Jesus Christ, and the elect angels, a But when Peter was come to An- b that thou observe these things without tioch,' I withstood' him to the face, preferring one before another, doing because he was to be blamed. For nothing by partiulity. before that certain came from James, he did eat with the Gentiles: but • Or, without prejudice.
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VER. 23. That thou keep this commandment Μηκέτι υδροπότει, αλλ' οίνω ολίν» χρώ without spot, unrebukeable, until the Plà Tò otóvaxór sou, sai tas purvas appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ,
σου ασθενείας. 1 Tim. vi. 13, 14. Of these things put them in remembrance, charging
Drink no longer water, but use a little them before the Lord that they strive wine for thy stomach's sake and thine not about words to no profit, but to
often infirmities the subverting of the hearers, 2 Tim.
VER. 24. ii. 1.4. I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, who
Τινών ανθρώπων αι αμαρτίαι πρόδηλοί shall judge the quick and the dead είσι, προάγουσαι εις κρίσιν· τισι δε και at his appearing and his kingdom ;
επακολουθούσιν Preach the word; be instant in sea Some men's sins are open beforehand, son, out of season; reprove, rebuke, going before tê judgment ; and some exhort, with all long-suffering and men they follow after. doctrine, iv. 1, 2. b See on Matt. xxvii.ver. 20. clause 1.
VER. 25. c Wherefore, henceforth know we no man after the flesh; yea, though isti nai tá anams ixorta, nşubñvai ci
Ωσαύτως και τα καλά έργα πρόδηλά we have known Christ after the flesh,
δύναται. yet now henceforth know we him no more, 2 Cor. v. 16.
Likewise also the good works of some
are manifest beforelund; and they that VER. 22.
are otherwise cannot be hid. Χείρας ταχέως μηδενί επιτίθει, μηδε κοινώνει αμαρτίαις αλλοτρίαις. Σε αυτόν CHAP. VI.-VER. 1. αγνόν τηρει. .
“Οσοι εισίν υπό ζυγόν δούλοι, τους ιδίους Lay hands • suddenly on no man,
δεσπότας πάσης τιμής αξίους ηγείσθωσαν, , neither be partaker of other men's sins:
ίνα μη το όνομα του Θεού και η διδασκαkeep thyself pure.
λία βλασφημήται: a See on Acts vi. ver. 6.
a Let as many servants as ure under b And let these also first be proved; the yoke count their own masters worthy then let them use the office of a deacon, of all honour, b that the name of God being found blameless, 1 Tim. . 10. and his doctrine be not blasphemed. And the thing that thou hast heard of
a See on Matt. viii. ver. 9. clause 2. me among many witnesses, the same
b See on Rom. ii. ver. 24. commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also, 2 Tim.
VER. 2. ii. 2. For this cause left I thee in Οι δε πιστούς έχοντες δεσπότας, μη Crete, that thou shouldest set in order καταφρονείτωσαν, ότι αδελφοί εισιν· αλλά the things that are wanting, and Or- μάλλον δουλευέτασαν, ότι πιστοί είσι και dain elders in every city, as I had αγαπητοί, οι της ευεργεσίας αντιλαμβαappointed thee : If any be blameless, | νόμενοι. Ταύτα δίδασκε, και παρακάλει. the husband of one wife, having faithful children, not accused of riot, or
And they that have believing masters, unruly. For a bishop must be blame- let them not despise them, a because they less, as the steward of God; not self
ure brethren ; but rather do them service, willed, not soon angry, not given to
because they are * faithful and b beloved, wine, no striker, not given to filthy partakers of the benefit. These things
teach and exhort. lucre; But a lover of hospitality, a lover of good men, sober, just, holy,
* Or, believing temperate; Holding fast the faithful word as he hath been taught, that he a See on Matt. xxiii. ver. 8. clause 3. may be able by sound doctrine both to b See on Rom. i. ver. 7. clause 2. VOL. III.
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1 TIM. VỊ.3–9.
VER. 6. "Εί τις ετεροδιδασκαλεί, και μη προσέρχε "Έστι πορισμός μέγας ή ευσέβεια μετά ται υγιαίνουσι λόγους τους του Κυρίου ημών αυταρκείας. . Ιησού Χριστού, και τη κατ' ευσέβειαν δι
a But godliness bwith contentment is δασκαλία,
great gain. a If any man teach otherwise, and con
a See on chap. iv. ver. 8. sent not to wholesome words, beven the
b See on Luke üi. ver. 14. clause 2. words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine which is according to godli
Ουδέν γάρ εισηνέγκαμεν εις τον κόσμον, , a See on Matt. v. ver. 19. clause 3.
δήλον ότι ουδε εξενεγκεϊν τι δυνάμεθα. . b See on Matt. xxviii. ver. 20. clause 1.
a For we brought nothing into this VER. 4.
world, b and it is certain we can carry Τετύφωται, μηδέν επιστάμενος, αλλά | nothing out. νοσών περί ζητήσεις και λογομαχίας εξ a And said, Naked camel out of my Sv glverai doóvos, épos, fracpmpsias, imó- mother's womb, and naked shall í νοιαι πονηραι, ,
return thither : the LORD gave, and a He is proud, knowing nothing, the LORD hath taken away ; blessed b but + doting about questions and strifes be the name of the Lord, Job i. 21. of words, whereof cometh envy, strife, As he came forth of his mother's railings, evil surmisings,
womb, naked shall he return to go as * Or, a fool.
he came, and shall take nothing of his + Or, sick.
labour, which he may carry away in a Let no man deceive bimself. If his hand. And this also is a sore evil, any man among you seemeth to be that in all points as he came, so shall wise in this world, let him become a he go: and what profit hath he that fool, that he may be wise, 1 Cor. iii. hath laboured for the wind? Eccles. F. 18. Now as touching things offered | 15, 16." unto idols, we know that we all have b For when he dieth he shall carry knowledge. Knowledge puffeth up, nothing away; his glory shall not but charity edifieth. And if
descend after him, Psal. xlix. 17. think that he knoweth any thing, he and I will say to my soul, Soul, thou knoweth nothing yet as he ought to hast much goods laid up for many know, viii. 1,%. For if a man think ) years ; take thine ease, eat, drink, himself to be something, when he is and be merry. But God said unto nothing, he deceiveth himself, Gal. him, Thou fool, this night thy soul vi. 3. Let no man beguile you of your shall be required of thee : then whose reward in a voluntary humility, and shall those things be which thou hast worshipping of angels, intruding into provided ? So is he that layeth up those things which he hath not seen, treasure for himself, and is not rich vainly puffed up by his fleshly mind, toward God, Luke xii. 19–21. Col. ii. 18. b See on chap. i. ver. 4. clauses 1, 2.
"Εχοντες δε διατροφής και σκεπάσ.
ματα, τούτας αρκεσθησόμεθα. Παραδιατριβαι διεφθαρμένων ανθρώπων τον νούν, και απεστερημένων της αληθείας,
a And having food and ruiment let us νομιζόντων πορισμός είναι την ευσέβειαν | be therewith content. αφίσταση από των τοιούτων. .
a See on Matt. vi. ver. 25. clauses • Perverse disputings of a men of cor
2. 4.; ver. 28, and 31. rupt minds, and destitule of the truth,
VER, 9. supposing that gain is godliness : 5 from such withdraw thyself.
οι δε βουλόμενοι πλουτεΐν, εμπίπτου
σιν εις πειρασμών και παγίδα, και επι• Or, gallings one of another.
θυμίας πολλάς ανοήτους και βλαβεράς, , a See on Matt. vii. ver. 17. clause 2. al tives fullzovoi tous årépámeus els odeSee on Matt. xviii. ver. 17. clause 2. pov xal átáslav,
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I TIM. VI. 9-14.
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. But they that will be rieh fall into things are of good report; if there be temptation and a snare, and into many any virtue, and if there be any praise, foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown think on these things. Those things, men in destruction and perdition.
which ye have both learned, and rea See on Matt. riü. ver. 22. clauses ceived, and heard, and seen in me, 1, 2.
do: and the God of peace shall be
with you, Phil. iv. 8, 9. Flee also VER. 10.
youthful lusts : but follow righteous'piga gap távtar tãy nanwy loti in ness, faith, charity, peace, with them φιλαργυρία: ης τινες ορεγόμενοι απεπλανή- that call on the Lord out of a pure Onc av årò rñs Tio TENS, nai lautOÙS TE- heart, 2 Tim. ij. 22. And besides ριέπειραν οδύναις πολλαίς. .
this, giving all diligence, add to your - For the love of money is the root of faith virtue ; and to virtue knowledge; all evil: bwhich while some coceted after, And to knowledge temperance; and they have erred from the faith, and to temperance patience; and to papierced themselves through with many
tience godliness ; And to godliness
brotherly kindness; and to brotherly * Or, been seduced.
kindness charity, 2 Pet. i. 5-7. a See on Matt. xix. ver. 22. and 23.
VER. 12. clause 1.
'Αγωνίζου τον καλόν αγώνα της πίσo For Demas bath forsaken me,
τεως, επιλαβού της αιωνίου ζωής, εις ήν having loved this present world, and | και εκλήθης, και ώμολόγησας την καλήν is departed unto Thessalonica ; Cres- ομολογίαν ενώπιον πολλών μαρτύρων. cens to Galatia, Titus unto Dalmatia, 2 Tim. iv. 10. Woe unto them! for
a Fight the good fight of faith, blay they have gone in the way of Cain, hold on eternal life, a whereunto thou and ran greedily after the error of art also called, eand hast professed a Balaam for reward, and perished in good profession before many witnesses. the gainsaying of Core, Jude 11. a See on 1 Cor. ix. ver. 26. clause 2.
b See on Matt. ii. ver. 12. VER. 11.
c See on Matt. xix. ver. 16. clause 3. Συ δε, ω άνθρωπε του Θεού, ταύτα See on Rom. i. ver. 6. clause 2. φεύγε: δίωκε δε δικαιοσύνην, ευσέβειαν, e See on Matt. x. ver. 32. clause 1. πίστιν, αγάπην, υπομονήν, πραότητα. But thou, a 0 man of God, b flee these
VER, 13. things; and follow after righteousness, Παραγγέλλω σοι ενώπιον του Θεού του godliness, faith, love, patience, meekness. CTCONTVTOS rà právaa,, xal Xpsoto 2 That the man of God may be per- λάτου την καλήν ομολογίαν,
Ιησού του μαρτυρήσαντος επί Ποντίου Πιfect, throughly furnished unto all good works, 2 Tim. ii. 17.
a I give thee charge in the sight of b Well reported of for good works; God, 6 who quickeneth all things, and if she have brought up children, if she before Christ Jesus, who before Ponhave lodged strangers, if she have tius Pilate witnessed a good * confession ; washed the saints' feet, if she have
• Or, profession. relieved the afflicted, if she have diligently followed every good work,
a See on chap. v. ver. 21. clause 1. i Tim. v. 10. Let us therefore follow
b See on John v. ver. 21. after the things which make for peace,
c And Jesus stood before the goand things wherewith one may edify veroor: and the governor asked him, another, Rom. xiv. 19. Follow after saying, Art thou the King of the Jews? charity, and desire spiritual gifts, but And Jesus said unto him, Thou sayest, rather that ye may prophesy, 1 Cor. Matt. xxvii. 11. xiv. 1. Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, wbatsoever things are
VER. 14. honest, whatsoever things are just, Τηρήσαι σε την εντολήν άσπιλον, ανεπί. whatsoever things are pure, whatso- ληπτον, μέχρι της επιφανείας του Κυρίου eyer things are lovely, whatsoever Impôr 'Inc oũ XPLOTO.