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A. D. 64. that was under them; And the earth | thrown in the wilderness. Now these opened her mouth, and swallowed things were our examples, to the inthem up, and their houses, and all the tent we should not lust after evil things men that appertained unto Korah, and as they also lusted. Neither be ye all their goods. They, and all that idolaters, as were some of them; as it appertained to them, went down alive is written, the people sat down to eat * into the pit, and the earth closed upon and drink, and rose up to play. them: 'and they perished from among Neither let us commit fornication, as the congregation. And all Israel that some of them committed, and fell in were round about them fled at the cry one day three and twenty thousand. of them : for they said, Lest the earth Neither let us tempt Christ, as some swallow us up also. And there came of them also tempted, and were deout a fire from the LORD, and con- stroyed of serpents. Neither murmur sumed the two hundred and fifty men ye, as some of them also murmured, that offered incense, xvi. 31-35. and were destroyed of the destroyer. Now they that died in the plague Now all these things happened into were fourteen thousand and seven them for ensamples; and they are hundred, beside them that died about written for our admonition, upon the matter of Korah, 49. And Moses whom the ends of the world are come. lifted up his hand, and with his rod Wherefore let him that thinketh he he smote the rock twice; and the standeth, take heed lest he fall, water came out abundantly: and the 1 Cor. x. 5—12. I will therefore put congregation drank, and their beasts you in remembrance, though ye once also. And the LORD spake unto Moses knew this, how that the Lord, having and Aaron, Because ye believed me saved the people out of the land of not, to sanctify me in the eyes of the Egypt, afterward destoyed them that children of Israel, therefore ye shall believed not, Jude ž. not bring this congregation into the • Cast not away therefore your land which I have given them, xx. confidence, which hath great recom11, 12. And the LORD sent fiery pence of reward, Heb. x. 35. But serpents among the people, and they without faith it is impossible to please bit the people; and much people of him, for he that cometh to God must Israel died, xxi. And those that believe that he is, and that he is a redied in the plague were twenty and warder of them that diligently seek four thousand, xxv. 9. Your eyes him : xi. 6. Esteeming the reproach have seen what the LORD did because of Christ greater riches than the treaof Baal-peor : for all the men that sures in Egypt: for be had respect followed Baal-peor, the Lord thy unto the recompence of the reward, 26. God hath destroyed them from among you. But ye that did cleare unto the

VER. 3. LORD your God, are alive every one Πώς ήμεϊς εκφευξόμεθα, τηλικαύτης of you this day, Deut. iv. 34. Then åpenheartes turnpias ; ótis, åpzenia na shalt thon bring forth that man or | Goύσα λαλείσθαι δια του Κυρίου, υπό των that woman, which have committed | ακουσάντων εις ημάς έβεβαιώθη, that wicked thing, unto thy gates, even that man or that woman, and

a How shall we escape, if we neglect shalt stone them with stones till they

b so great salvation ? which at the first die, xvii. 5. And the man that will

c began to be spoken by the Lord, d and do presumptuously, and will not

was confirmed unto us by them that hearken unto the priest that standeth

heard him ; to minister there before the LORD thy a Of how much sorer punishment, God, or unto the judge, even that suppose ye, shall be thought worthy, man shall die: and thou shalt put who hath trodden under foot the Son away the evil from Israel, 12. Cursed of God, and hath counted the blood of be he that confirmeth not all the words the covenant, wherewith he was sancof this law to do them. And all the tified, an unholy thing, and hath done people shall say, Amen, xxvii. 26. despite unto the Spirit of grace, Heb. But with many of them God was not 1. 29. See that ye refuse not himn is born well pleased i for they were over- ! speaketh. For if they e

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who refused him that spake on earth, righteousness is near ; my salvation much more shall not we escape, if we is gone forth, and mine arm shall turn away from him that speaketh from judge the people ; the isles shall wait heaven, xii. 25. And the inhabitant upon me, and on mine arm shall they of this isle shall say in that day, Be- trust, li. 5. For the moth shall eat hold, such is our expectation, whither them up like a garment, and the we fee for help to be delivered from worm shall eat them like wool; but the king of Assyria, and how shall we my righteousness shall be fot ever, escape? Isa. xi. 6. But he rebelled and my salvation from generation to against him in sending his ambassa- generation, 8. Behold, the LORD dors into Egypt, that they might give hath proclaimed unto the end of the him horses and much people. shall world, Say ye to the daughter of he prosper! shall he escape that Zion, Behold thy salvation cometh; doeth such things? or shall be break Behold, his reward is with him, and the covenant and be delivered, Ezek. his work before him, lxii. 11. And xvii. 15. Seeing he despised the oath hath raised up an horn of salvation by breaking the covenant, when, lo, for us in the house of his servant Dahe had given his hand, and hath done vid, Luke i. 69. For God so loved the all these things, he shall not escape, world, that he gave his only begotten

Ye serpents, ye generation of Son, that whosoever believeth in him vipers, how can ye escape the damna- should

not perish, but have everlasting tion of hell ? Matt. xxiii. 33. And life. For God sent not bis Son into thinkest thou this, o man, that judgest the world to condemn the world ; but them which do such things, and doest that the world through him might be the same, that thou shalt escape the saved. He that believeth on bim is judgment of God? Rom. ii. 3. For not condemned; but he that believeth when they shall say, Peace and safety, not is condemned already, because then sudden destruction cometh upon he hath not believed in the name of them, as travail upon a woman with the only begotten Son of God, John child; and they shall not escape, iii

. 16–18. Neither is there salva. 1 Thess. v. 3. For the time is come tion in any other, for there is none that judgment must begin at the house other name under heaven given among of God : and if it first begin at us, men, whereby we must be saved, what shall the end be of them that Acts iv, 12. This is a faithful saying, obey not the Gospel of God? And if and worthy of all acceptation, that the righteous scarcely be saved, where Christ Jesus came into the world to sball the ungodly and the sinner ap- save sinners; of whom I am chief, pear, 1 Pet. iv. 17, 18. And said to 1 Tim. i. 15. For the grace of God, the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, that bringeth salvation, hath appeared and hide us from the face of him that to all men, Tit. ii. 11. And cried sitteth on the throne, and from the with a loud voice, saying, Salvation wrath of the Lamb: For the great day to our God, which sitteth upon the of his wrath is come; and who shall throne, and unto the Lamb, Rev. be able to stand, Rev. vi. 16, 17. vii. 10.

b And being made perfect, he be c Hath in these last days spoken came the author of eternal salvation unto us by his son, Heb. i. 2. From unto all them that obey him, Rev. v. 9. that time Jesus began to preach, and Wherefore he is able also to save them to say, Repent: for the kingdom of to the uttermost that come unto God heaven is at hand, Matt. iv. 17. Now by bim, seeing he ever liveth to make after that John was put in prison, intercession for them. For such an Jesus came into Galilee, preaching High Priest became us who is holy, the Gospel of the kingdom of God, harmless, undefiled, separate from Mark i. 14. And he said unto them, sinners, and made higher than the What things? And they said unto heavens, vii. 95, 26. °Behold, God him, Concerning Jesus of Nazareth, is my salvation, I will trust and not which was a prophet mighty in deed be afraid : for the Lord Jehovah is and word before God and all the

** trength and my song, he also is people, Luke xxiv. 19. Ye men of people with

salvation, Isa. xii. 2. My 1 Israel, hear these words ; Jesus of

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Nazareth, a man approved of God a See on Mark xvi. ver. 20. among you by miracles, and wonders, b And all the inhabitants of the and signs, which God did by him in earth are reputed as nothing : and he the midst of you, as ye yourselves also doeth according to his will in the army know, Acts ii. 22.

of heaven, and among the inhabitants d And he said unto him, Go ye into of the earth ; and none can stay his all the world, and preach the Gos- hand, or say unto him, What doest pel to every creature. He that be- thou ? Dan. iv. 35. Having predestilieveth, and is baptized, shall be save nated us unto the adoption of chiled; but he that believeth not shall dren by Jesus Christ to himself, acbe damned. And these things shall cording to the good pleasure of his follow them that believe; In my will, Eph. i.5. Having made known name shall they cast out devils; they unto us the mystery of his will, acshall speak with new tongues ; they cording to his good pleasure which he shall take up serpents; and if they hath purposed in himself, 9. drink any deadly thing, it shall not

VER. 5. hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover. So

Ου γαρ αγγέλοις υπέταξε την οικουμέthen after the Lord had spoken unto

νην την μέλλουσαν, περί ης λαλούμεν. them, he was received up into hea For unto the angels hath he not put ven, and sat on the right hand of God, in subjection a the world to come, whereMark xvi. 15--19. Even as they de- of we speak. livered them unto me, which from a And have tasted the good word of the beginning were eyewitnesses, and God, and the powers of the world to ministers of the word, Luke i. 2. come, Heb. vi. 5. And the seventh And that repentance and remission angel sounded ; and there were great of sins should be preached in bis voices in heaven, saying, The kingname among all nations, beginning doms of this world are become the at Jerusalem. And ye are witnesses kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; of these things, xxiv. 47, 48. And and he shall reign for ever and ever, ye also shall bear witness, because Rev. xi. 9. ye have been with me from the be

VER. 6. ginning, John xv. 27. Beginning from the baptisin of John, unto that

Διεμαρτύρατο δε σου τις, λέγων: Τι Same day that he was taken up from έστιν άνθρωπος, ότι μιμνήσκη αυτού και us, must one be ordained to be a wit-üsis

åv@pásmov, őtt étionéwin aitor ; ness with us of his resurrection, Acts

But one a in a certain place testified, i. 22. Him God raised up the third saying, “What is man, that thou art day, and showed him openly ; Not mindful of him? or the sun of man, to all the people, but unto witnesses that thou d visitest him ? chosen before God; even to us, who a For he spake in a certain place of did eat and drink with him, after he the seventh day on this wise, And rose from the dead. And he com- God did rest the seventh day from all manded us to preach unto the people, his works, Heb. iv. 4. As he saith and to testify that it is he which was in another place, Thou art a priest for ordained of God to be the judge of ever, after the order of Melchisedec, quick and dead, x. 40–42.

v. 6. Searching what, or what man

ner of time the Spirit of Christ which VER. 4.

was in them did signify, when it tesΣυνεπιμαρτυρούντος του Θεού σημείοις tified beforehand the sufferings of τε και τερασι, και ποικίλαις δυνάμεσι, | Christ, and the glory that should folκαι Πνεύματος αγίου μερισμούς, κατά την Iow, 1 Ρet. 1. 11. αυτού θέλησιν;

b What is man, that thou shouldest * God also bearing them witness, both magnify him ? and that thou shouldest

set thine heart upon him? And that thou with signs and wonders, and with divers shouldest visit him every morning, and miracles, and gifts of the Holy Ghost, shouldest try him every moment? Job buccording lo his own will ?

vii. 17, 18. What is man, that he * Or, distributions.

should be clean? and he which is born

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of a woman, that he should be righ-suffering of death, crowned with glory teous ? xv. 14. What is man, that and honour; that he, by the grace of thou art mindful of him ? and the God, should taste death for every son of man, that thou visitest him? man, ver. 9. For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels, and hast crowned

VER. 8. him with glory and honour. Thou Πάντα υπέταξας υποκάτω των ποδών madest him to have dominion over the | αυτού. Εν γάρ τώ υποτάξαι αυτά τα works of thy hands: thou hast put | πάντα, ουδέν αφήκεν αυτώ ανυπότακτον: all things under his feet. All sheep and vür dè cür o ópājasv avto tà máyta imooxen, yea, and the beasts of the field; TETCypéva. the fowl of the air, and the fish of the

Thou a hast put all things in subjection sea, and whatsoever passeth through the under his feet. For in that he put all path of the sea, Psal. viii. 4-8. in subjection under him, he left nothing Lord, what is man, that thou takest that is not put under him. But now we knowledge of him! or the son of man

see not yet all things put under him. that thou makest account of him! cxliv. 3. All nations before him are as no

a For unto the angels hath he not thing; and they are counted to him put in subjection the world to come, less than nothing, and vanity! Isa. xl. whereof we speak, ver. 5. But to 17

which of the angels said he at any cHow much less man, that is a time, Sit on my right hand, until í worm ? and the son of man which is a make thine enemies thy footstool? worm, Job xxv. 6. Put not your trust i. 13. See also on Matt. Ixviii. ver. 18. in princes, nor in the son of man, in

VER, 9. whom there is no help. His breath goeth forth, he returneth to his earth;

Τον δε βραχύ τι παρ' αγγέλους ελατin that very day his thoughts perish, τωμένον βλέπομεν Ιησούν, διά το πάθημα Psal. cxlvi. 3, 4. I, even I, am he to barátou, sien rad ftipem &stepaywuéthat comforteth you; who art thou, vor, wę zápiti @EGŰ ÜT IP HQYTÒs yeuon. that thou shouldest be afraid of a man

ται θανάτου, that shall die, and of the son of man, But we see a Jesits, who was made a which shall be made as grass, Isa. li. little lower than the angels for the 12.

suffering of death, crowned with glory d And God said, Let the earth bring and honour ; that he cby the grace of forth the living creature after his kind, God should d taste death e for every man. cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind : and God saw that it was good, Gen. i. 24. a For every High Priest is ordained Blessed be the Lord God of Israel ; for to offer gifts and sacrifices ; wherehe bath visited and redeemed his fore it is of necessity that this man people, Luke i. 68. Through the ten- have somewhat also to offer, Heb. viii. der mercy of our God; whereby the 3. Wherefore, when he cometh into day.spring from on high bath visited the world, he saith, Sacrifice and offerus, ver. 78.

ing thou wouldest not, but a body hast VER. 7.

thou prepared me, a. 5. And I will Hλάττωσας αυτόν βραχύ τι παρ' άγ- put enimity between thee and the woyfhous" sókn xai Tıpen crepávacas aú- man, and between thy seed, and her tov, xai xarésincas avrò ini tà igya thou shalt bruise his beel, Gen. ii. των χειρών σου

15. Therefore the LORD himself shall Thou amadest him a little lower give you a sign; Behold, a virgin than the angels ; thou crownedst him shall conceive, and bear a son, and with glory and honour, and didst set him shall call his name Immanuel, Isa. vii. over the works of thy hands :

14. And there shall come forth a rod * Or, a little while inferior to.

out of the stem of Jesse, and a Branch

shall grow out of his roots, xi. 1. For • But we see Jesus who was made he shall grow up before him as a tena little lower than the angels for the der plant, and as a root out of a dry

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ground: he bath no form nor comeli. | ever. His glory is great in thy salvaness, and when we shall see him, there tion: honour and majesty hast thou is no beauty that we should desire bim. laid upon him, Fsal. xxi. 3-5. ThereHe is despised and rejected of men, a fore being by the right hand of God man of sorrows, and acquainted with exalted, and having received of the grief ; and we bid as it were our faces Father the promise of the Holy Ghost, from him : he was despised, and we he hath shed forth this, which ye now esteemed' him not. Surely, he hath see and hear, Acts ii. 32. His eyes bome our griefs, and carried our sor were as a flame of fire, and on his head rows : yet we did esteem him strick- were many crowns, and he had a name en, smitten of God, and afflicted. But written, that no man knew but himhe was wounded for our transgressions, self, Rev. xix. 12, he was bruised for our iniquities : the < For God so loved the world, that chastisement of our peace was upon he gave his only begotten Son, that him ; and with his stripes we are whosoever believeth in him should not healed. All we, like sheep, have gone perish, but have everlasting life, John astray; we have turned every one to iii. 16. But God commendeth his his own way; and the Lord hath love towards us, in that, while we laid on him the iniquity of us all. He were yet sinners Christ died for us, was oppressed, and he was afflicted, Rom. v. 8. He that spared not his yet be opened not his mouth; he is his own Son, but delivered him up for brought as a lamb to the slaughter, us all, how shall he not with him also and as a sheep before the shearers is freely give us all things ? viii. 32. dumb, so he openeth not bis mouth. For he hath made him to be sin for us, He was taken from prison and from who knew no sin ; that we might be judgment: and who shall declare his made the righteousness of God in him, generation for he was cutoff out of the 2 Cor. v. 21. We then, as workers land of the living : for the transgres together with him, beseech you also sion of my people was he stricken, that ye receive not the grace of God And he made his grave with the in vain, vi. 1. In this was manifested wicked, and with the rich in his death; the love of God toward us, because because he had done no violence, nei. that God sent his only begotten Son ther was any deceit in his mouth. Yet into the world, that we might live it pleased the LORD to bruise him; through him. Herein is love, not that he hath put him to grief : when thou we loved God, but that he loved us, shalt make his soul an offering for sin, and sent his Son to be the propitiation he shall see his seed, be shall prolong for our sins, 1 John iv. 9, 10. kis days, and the pleasure of the LORD * Verily I say unto you, there be shall prosper in his hand, liii. 2-10. some standing here, which shall not For what the law could not do, in taste of death, till they see the Son of that it was weak through the flesh, man coming in his kingdom, Matt. God sending his own Son in the like- xvi. 26. And he said unto them, Veness of sinful desh, and for sin, con- rily I say unto you, That there be demned sin in the flesh, Rom. viii. S. some of them that stand here, which But when the fulness of the time was shall not taste of death, till they have come, God sent forth bis Son, made of seen the kingdom of God come with a woman, made under the law, Gal. power, Mark ix. 1. But those mine is. 4. But made himself of no repu- enemies which would not that I tation, and took upon him the form of should reign over them, bring hither, a servant, and was made in the like and slay them before my face, Luke ness of men : and being found in fash- ix. 27. Then said the Jews unto ion as a man, he humbled himself, him, Now we know that thou hast a and became obedient unto death, even devil. Abraham is dead and the prothe death of the cross, Phil. ii. 7, 8. phets; and thou sayest, If a man

b For thou preventest him with the keep my saying, he shall never taste blessings of goodness : thou settest a of death, John viii. 52. crown of pure gold on his head. He • The next day John seeth Jesus asked life of thes, and thou gavest it coming unto him, and saith, Bebold bim, even length of days for ever and the Lamb of God which taketh away

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