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64. 12 King.
m Zech 13. 4.
o Vers. 2,
47. 37. f Gen. 50. 24, 25. # Or, yemembred. & Exod. 2. 2.
7. 22. & 8. G.
2. 10, II.
Psal. 84. 10.
13. 13. 1 Or,
m Exod. lin for a feason ;
n Verf. 13.
21, &c. P Exod.
i Or, beginner.
be wea- Phil. 2. 8,
The fruit of faith
IN IWE JAANEPI Oj viu. 19
Accounting that God b was able to raise der, were tempted, were flain with the sword: Anno Dom. bim up, even, from the dead'; from whence also they wandred about min sheepskins, and
goat64. he received him in a figure.
skins, being deftiture, afflicted, tormented 20 By faith o Ifaac blessed Jacob and Efau con 38 ( Of whom the world was not worthy):. 8. 17:19.24. cerning things to come.
they wandred in deserts, and in mountains, and Marcb.3.4. 21 By faith Jacob when he was a dying, a blel- Din dens and caves of the earth. a' Gen. 48. fed both the sons of Joseph; and e worshipped 39. And these all • having obtained a good re
ni King leaning upon the top of his staff.
port through faith, received not the promise: 22 By faith Joseph when he died, |! made
40 God having provided p some better thing 100 mention of the departing of the children of Israel; for us, that they without us should not be made Chap. and gave commandment concerning his bones.
perfect. 23 By faith & Mofes when he was born, was
CH A P. XII. A&ts 7. 20. hid three months of his parents, because they saw
I An exhortation to constant faith, patience, and h Exod. 2. be was a proper child; and they were not afraid
godliness. 22 A commendation of ibe new teftas i Exod. of the kings commandment.
ment above the old.
Herefore, seeing we also are compaffed i Chap. daughter;
about with fo great a cloud of witnesses, 25 * Choosing rather to suffer affliction with a let us lay alide every weight, and the sin which a 1 Pet. Zo for Chrif. the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of doth so easily beset us, and 5 let us run with pa-li cor.
tience the race that is fer before us, 10. 28,29. & 13:17)
26 Efteeming' the reproach (of Christ grea 2 Looking unto Jesus the author and 6-Phil. 3, 131
ter riches than the treasures in Egypt: for he had nilher of our faith; d who for the joy that was set e Rom, 12 • Exod. 12. respect unto the recompense of the reward. before him, endured the cross, defpiling the
27 By faith m he forfook Egypt, not fearing fhame, and e is set down at the right hand of the 36. 14. 22. the wrath of the king: for he endured as n seeing throne of God. a Josh. 6. him who is invisible.
3 For consider him that endured such contra-d Luke Josh. 6. 28 Through faith o he kept the passover, and diction of finners against himfelf, left
ye James 2. the sprinkling of blood, left he that destroyed the ried, and faint in your minds. first-born, should touch them.
4 f Ye have not yet resisted unto blood, ftri-Pet. Io 29 By faith P they passed through the Red sea, ving against sin. disobedient , as by dry land: which the Egyptians assaying to 5. And ye have forgotten the exhortation
Chap. I. * Judges do, were drowned.
which speaketh unto you as unto children, & My 3:13. 30 By faith 9 the walls of Jericho fell down, fon, despise not thou the chaftning of the Lord, Chap.io. modeles after they were compassed about seven days. nor faint when thou art rebuked of him. * Judges 31 By faith the harlot Rahab perished not 6 For h whom the Lord loveth, he chastneth, Lobiso y Judges with them that believed not, when she had re- and scourgeth every son whom he receiveth. ceived the spies with peace.
7 If ye endure chastning, God dealeth with 'R 32 And what shall I more fay? for the time you as with fons : for what fon is he whom the 19.
would fail me tell of Gedeon, and of v Barak, father chaftneth not? 2 1 Sam. and of * Samfon, and of y Jephthae, of z David 8 But if ye be without chastisement, i where-i Pfal. 73. alfo and a Samuel, and of the prophets : of all are partakers, then are ye bastards and not per
. s. g. 6 Judges
33 Who through faith fubdued kingdoms, fons. wrought righteousness,obtained promises, - Itop
Furthermore, we have had fathers of our & 27.16. ped the mouths of lions, flesh, which corrected us, and we gave them re- Eccles
, 34 Quenched the violence of fire, d escaped verence: fhall we not much rather be in fubje-tai. 37.
the edge of the sword, out of weakness were ction unto k the Father of fpirits, and live? 20. Sam. made itrong, waxed valiant in fight, turned to 10 For they verily for a few days chastned us, 101, flight the armies of the aliens.
|| after their own pleasure; but he for our profit, as seemed 35 + Women received their dead raised to life that we might be partakers of his holiness. 2 Kings again : and others were s tortured, not accepting 11 Now no chastning for the present seemeth them.
'I James 3. 42 King, deliverance ;, that they might obtain a better re to be joyous, but grievous: nevertheles, after
ward it yieldeth 'the peaceable fruit of righteous-m Job 4. 36 h And others had trial of cruel mockings, nels, unto them which are exercised thereby. 35. 3. 17.king and scourgings, yea moreover, i of bonds and 12 Wherefore m lift up the hands which hang See 2 Kings imprisonment.
down, and the feeble knees. 37 k They were stoned, they were fawn asun 13. And make || straight paths for your feet, Or,
file Let there be any fornicator, or profane Lec, borbeno forget to the eastertain strangers:
I 2, 10.
& 2. 17:
Col. 3. 3•
CHA P. XIII.
I Divers admonitions, as to charity, 4 to boneft
life, ş to avoid covetoufness, 7 to regard Gods
15 9 Looking diligently, " lest any man fail 10 to confess Christ, 16 to give alms, 17 to obey
of the grace of God; flest any root of bitterness governors, 18 to pray for the apostle. 20 The
Et a brotherly love continue.
for thereby · some have entertained angels una- 22.
d Remember them that are in bonds, as 5 Rom.
. jected: y for he found no place of repentance, versity, as being your selves also in the body.
4 Mariage is honourable in all, and the bed Gen. 18.
6. 25. 34
6 So that we may boldly fay, $ The Lord is Phil. 4
Exod. commanded, 6 And if so much as a beast touch unto nie.
over you, who have spoken unto you the word forh. 1. si
of their conversation.
rusalem, f and to an innumerable company of 9 k Be not carried about with divers and 11 or,
ftrange doctrines : for it is a good thing that the guid
be established with grace, ' not with meats,
which have not profited them that have been oc- Chap. 1.
10 m We have an altar whereof they have no k Ephes.
25 See that ye refuse not him that speaketh : priest for sin, are burnt without the camp.
pake on earth, much more shall not we escape, lanctifie the people with his own blood, ° luf- 3.
- 13 Let us go forth therefore unto him with- » Exnd.
now he hath promised, saying, • Yet once more 14 9 For bere have we no continuing city, 11, 12, 21,
16 But to do good, and to communicate, 8.
forget not: for v with such facrifices God is well , Chap.
pr. 102: cannot be moved, I let us have grace, whereby pleased.
10, 16. , Ephes. 5. 20. 1 Pet. 2. 5. s Lev, 7.12. Pfal. 50.
Askwijdom of God,
22 And I beseech you, brethren, fuffer the doing.
19 But I beseech you a the rather to do this, 23 ye, that our brother Timothy i is :12
20 Now the God of peace that brought will see you.
again from the dead our Lord Jesus, d that great 24. Salute all them that have the rule over you,
25 Grace be with you all. Amen.
Written to the Hebrews from Italy,
33. 2. 7.
i i Tim.
I The general Epistle of
M E S.
2 Tim. foo
C H A P. I.
11 For the sun is no sooner rilen with a burning » Job. si
of God, 13 and in our trials not to imput our thereof falleth, and the grace of the fashion of it
12 'n Blefled is the man that endureth tempta- 1 Cor.
tion: for when he is tried, he shall receive the : 2.0
crown of life, P which the Lord hath promised:
13 Let no man say when he is tempted, I am 1 Pet. 5o4
tempted of God : for God cannot be tempted
drawn away of his own lust, and enticed. Chap: 2.
15 Then when luft hath conceived, it bring-evils.
eth forth sin: and sin when it is finished, bring- 4 Sunday
you lack wisdom, let him ask
17 9 Every good gift, and every perfect gifts Ver
6 * But let him ask in faith, nothing waver- neither shadow of turning.
18 - Of his own will begat he us with the 6.
word of truth, that we should be a kind of John 1.
v first-fruits of his creatures.
19 Wherefore, my beloved brethren, * let!S
z slow to wrath.
i Ephes. 1.
21 Wherefore a lay apart all filthiness, and su- s. 1.
. Col. 3.8.
5 8 IF
d 2 Cor.
No respect of persons.
Chap 135 13.
Faila ana WOTRS,
ii For he that said, 'Do not commit adul-
23 For if any be a hearer of the word, and tery; said also, Do not kill. Now if thou com 60.
come a transgressor of the law.
12 So speak ye, and so do, as they that shall s. 19.
13 For n he shall have judgment without || Or, ibat
a man fay he hath faith, and have not works?m
26 If any man among you seem to be reli can faith fave him?
gious, and & bridleth not his tongue, but decei 15 9 If a brother or Gfter be naked, and desti-6. 15. &
tute of daily food;
18. 35. &
and widows in their affliction, and to keep him- standing ye give them not those things which are glorieth.
needful to the body; what doib it profit?
1 Pet. 3. 10. b Matth. 26. 35. 17 Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead Chap. 1.
being + alone.
18 Yea, a man may fay, Thou hast faith, Luke 3.
by it self.
20 But wilt thou know, O vain man, that by thy
21 Was not Abraham our father justified by 3:13;
works, " when he had offered Ifaac his son upon 1. 24
the altar ?
22 | Seest thout how faith wrought with his for.. 12
works, and by works was faith made perfect ?
called 2 the friend of God.
24 Ye see then how that by works a man is z 2 Chr.
justified, and not by faith only.
Isa. 41. 8.
25 Likewise also, 2 was not Rahab the harlot a Joth.
. God chosen the poor of this world a rich in faith, justified by works, when she had received the bi
and heirs of the kingdom, which he hath pro- messengers, and had sent them out another way? 31.
26 For as the body without the spirit is dead, breaking
fo faith without works is dead also.
1 We are not raskly or arrogantly to reprove others :
s but rather to bridle the tongue, a little mem.
ber, but a powerful inftrument of much good and
great barm. 13 They who be truly wise be mild,
thy ye do well .
2 For “ in many things we offend all dIfany 6. 37.
Dom. circa 60.
15. 2. b Pfal.
Gal. s 17
H. Or, mood, i Matth.
II. Zech. 7.
13. c Pral. 66. 18. 14. | Or,
Of the tongue.
Againji covetoujnejs, &c. man offend not in word, the same is a perfect Rom whence come wars and || fightings a- Anno Dom. man, and able to bridle the whole body.
mong you? come tbey not hence, even of 60.
3 Behold, f we put bits in the horses mouths, your | lufts, a that war in your members e Matth. that they may obey us; and we turn about their 2 Ye lust, and have not: yell kill, and desire, or, whole body.
to have, and cannot obtain: ye fight and war,
brawlings. f Ps. 32.9. 4 Behold also the ships, which though they yet ye have not, because ye ask not.
pleasures. 12. 18.& be so great, and are driven of fierce winds, yet 3 b Ye ask, and receive not, because ye ask So Ver. 3.
are they turned about with a very small helm, amíls, that ye may consume it upon your si lusts. 7. 23. 12. 3. & whithersoever the governor listech.
4 Ye adulterers, and adulteresles, know 73. 8, 9.
ye 5 Even so 8 the tongue is a little member, and not that e the friendship of the world is enmity i Pet. 2.
h boasteth great things. Behold how great || a with God?f whosoever therefore will be a friend". 15.11,18, matter a little fire kindleth!
of the world, is the enemy of God. 6 And the tongue is a fire, a world of iniqui 5 Do ye think that the scripture faith in vain, job 27. Mark 7.
9. & 35. 15,20,23.ty: so is the tongue amongst our members that
& The fpirit that dwelleth in us lufteth || to envy. 12. + Gr.
i it defileth the whole body, and setteth on fire 6 But he giveth more grace: wherefore he pl.18. 41. the + course of nature; and it is set on fire of hell
. faith, God relisteth the proud, but giveth grace jer. 1. 7 For every + kind of bealls, and of birds, unto the humble. rature of and of serpents, and things in the sea, is tamed, 7 Submit your felves therefore to God; i resist and hath been tamed oft mankind :
the devil, and he will flee from you: 8 But the tongue can no man tame; it is an 8 k Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh i John 3. Or, unruly evil, full of deadly poyson.
to you: cleanle your hands, ye linners, and pu- 21. & š. 9 Therewith bless we God, even the Father, rifie your hearts, ye m double-minded.
and therewith curse we men, k which are made 9 Be afflicted, and mourn, and weep: let pleefares. mn Chap. after the similitude of God.
your laughter be turned to mourning, and your 73. 27: 7 Chap 10 Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing joy to heaviness.
1 1 John • Rom. and cursing. My brethren, these things ought 10 Humble your felves in the light of the f Jubin not so to be.
Lord, and he shall lift you up. 1 Doth a fountain send forth at the same
11 Speak not evil one of another, brethren. Gal. 1: 1.1. (place sweet water and bitter?
He that speaketh evil of bis brother, P and 10 12 Can the fig-tree, my brethren, bear olive- judgeth his brother, speaketh evil of the law, and Gen. 6.5. . matter alo. berfies ? either a vine figs ? fo can no fountain judgeth the law: but if thou judge the law, thou 2. * 1 Cor. both yield salt water and fresh.
art not a doer of the law, but a judge. Cal?s.20., 13? Who is a wise man and endued with 12 There is one law-giver, who is able to Prov. 27. knowledge amongst you? let him shew out of a fave, and to destroy: 9 who art thou that judg-1 or,
enviously good conversation his works with meekness est another? quietness. of wisdom.
13 Go to now, ye that fay, To day or to 138. 6. 14. But if ye have o bitter envying and strife in morrow we will go into such a city, and continue to”. 3. your hearts, “p glory not, and lie not against the there a year, and buy, and fell, and get gain: truth.
14 Whercas ye know not what shall be on the Eph. + ling. 15 9 This wisdom descendeth not from above,' morrow: For what is your life? Is It is even a 27. slohn but is earthly, ! sensual, devilish,
vapour that appeareth for a little time, and then • Pet. s. 16 For where envying and strife is, there is vanilheth away. + confusion, and every evil work.
15 For that ye ought to say, "If the Lord 15:?. 17 But the wisdom that is from above is first will, we shall live, and do this, or that.
16 But now ye rejoyce in your boastings : 7. cha 10. 12. pure, then peaceable, gentle, and easie to be intreated, full of mercy and good fruits, I without all such rejoycing is evil
. Phil. 1. partiality, and without hypocrisie.
17 Therefore * to him thar. knoweth to do s: 4, 18 v And the fruit of righteousness is sown in good, and doth it not, to him it is fin. peace of them that make peace.
i Per. 5. 6. P Match. 7. 1, Luke 6. 37. Rom. 2. 1. I Cor. 4. s. CHAP. IV.
Rom. 14. 4. Prov27. 1. Luke 12. 18. || Or, For it is. s Job 7.
1 Cor. 4. 19.vi Cor.
7. Pfal. 102. 3. Chap. 1, 10. , Aas 18. 21. 1 We are to strive against covetousness, 4 intem
5.6. * Luke 12. 47. John. 9. 41. & 15. 22. Rom. 1. 20, 21, 32.
ought to be patient in affli&tions, after the example
inga 13.70 pray in adversity, to sing in prospe
2. 17, 23: