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Christ is dead in vain.

CHAP. III.

1 He asketh what moved them to leave the faith, and hang
upon the law ? 6 They that believe are justified, 9 and
blessed with Abraham. 10 And this he sheweth by



many reasons.



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They that believe are justified.

FOOLISH Galatians, ^who hath be-
witched you, that ye should not obey
"the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ
hath been evidently set forth, crucified among
you ? '

2 This only would I learn of you, Re-
ceived ye <=the Spirit by the works of the
law, ^ or by the hearing of faith ?

■8 Are ye so foolish ? « having begun in the
Spirit, are ye now made perfect by the fflesh ?

4 eHave ye suffered || so many things in
vain ? if it he yet in vain.

5 He therefore ^ that ministereth to you
the Spirit, and worketh miracles among you,
doeth he it by the works of the law, or by the
hearing of faith ?

6 Even as 'Abraham believed God, and it
was II accounted to him for righteousness.

7 Know ye therefore, that •'they which
are of faith, the same are the children of
Abraham.

8 And 'the scripture, foreseeing that God
would justify the heathen through faith,
preached before the gospel unto Abraham,
saying, "In thee shall all nations be blessed.

9 So then they which be of faith are
blessed with faithful Abraham.

10 For as many as are of the works of the
law, are under the curse : for it is written,
° Cursed is every one that continueth not in
all things which are written in the book of
the law to do them.

11 But °that no man is justified by the
law in the sight of God, iP is evident : for,
PThe just shall live by faith.

12 And ithe law is not of faith: but,
'The man that doeth them sha;ll live in
them.

13 = Christ hath redeemed us from the
curse of the law, being made a curse for us :
for it is written, ' Cursed is every one that
hangeth on a tree :

14 " That the blessing of Abraham might
come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ;
that we might receive ^ the promise of the
Spirit through faith.

15 Brethren, I speak after the manner of
men ; y Though it he but a man's || covenant,
yet if it he confirmed, no man disannulleth
or addeth thereto.

16 Now ^to Abraham and his seed were
the promises made. He saith not, And to
seeds, as of many; but as of one. And to thy
seed, which is ^Christ.

17 And this I say. That the covenant that
was confirmed before of God in Christ, the
law, ''which was four hundred and thirty
years after, cannot disannul, <= that it should
make the promise of none eflfect.

18 For if ""the inheritance he of the law.



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a ch. 5. 7.
b ch. 2. 14.
&5.7.



c Acts 2. 38.
& 8. 15. &
10. 47. & 15.
8.

ver. 14.
Ephes. 1. 13.
Ilnbr. 6. 4.
(1 Eom. 10.
16, 17. .
ech. 4. a;
r Hebr. 7.
16. Iz. 9. 10.
e Ilebr. 10.
35. 36.
2 John 8.
II Or,
so e^cat.
h 2 Cor. 3.
8.



i Gen. 15. 6.
Rom. 4. 3,
9,21,22.
James 2. 23.
I! Or,
ivinutcd.
k John 8. 39.
Rom. 4. 11,
12, 16.



I See

Rom. 9. 17.
ver. 22.



m Gen. 12.
3. & 18.18.

fcaa.ia.

Acts 3. 35.



n Deut. 27.

S6.

Jer. 11. 3.



V Hub. 2. 4.
Rom. 1. 17.
Hol.r. ]0.:i8.

§Rom. 4. 4,
.&; 10.5,
a. J!t 11.6.
r Lev. 18. 5.
Neb. 9. 29.
Ezek.20. n.
Rom. 10, .5.
B Rom. 8. 3.
2 Cor. 5. 21.
ch. 4. 5.

t Dout. 21.
23.



u Rom. 4.
9,10.



X Isai. 32.
15. & 44. 3.
Jer. 31.33.
& 32, 40.
Ezek. 11.19.
& 36. 27.
Joel 2. 28,
29.

Zech. 12.10.
John 7. 39.
Act,i 2. K3.
y Hebr. 9.
17.
II Or,
tcstamcvt.
z Gen. 12. 3,
7. & 17. 7.
ver. 8.



a 1 Cor. 12.
12.



b E.voa. 12.
40. 41.
c Rom. 4.
13, 14.

ver. 21.



d Rom. 8.

17,



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e Horn. 4.

14.

f John 15.

22.

Rom. 4. 15.

& 5. 20. &

7. 8, 13.

1 Tira. 1. 9.

{! ver. 16.
1 Acts 7. 53.
Hehr. 2. 2.
i Exod. 20.
19, 21, 22.
Deut. 5. .5,
22, 23, 27,
31.

John 1. 17.
Acts 7. -B.
1 Tim. 2. 5.
k Rom. 3.
29, 30.
1 ch. 2. 21.



m ver. 8.

n Rom. 3. 9,

19, 23. & 11.

32.

o Rom. 4.

11, 12, 16.



p Matt. 5.

I7.

Rom. 10. 4.

Col. 2. 17.

Hcbr. 9. 9,

10.

Q Acts 13.

39.

ch.2. 16.



r John 1. 12.
Rom. e. 14,.

15, 16.
ch. 4. 5.

1 John 3. 1,

2.

B Rom. 6. 3.

t Rom. 13.

14.

u Rom. 10.

12.

1 Cor. 12. 13

ch. 5. 6.

Col. 3. 11.

X John 10.

16. Si. 17. 20,
21.

Ejihes. 2. 14,
15, 16. & 4.
4, 15.

y Geo. 21.
10, 12.
Rom. 9.7.
Hebr. 11. IS,
zRom.8. 17,
rh. 4. 7, 28.
Epiies. 3. 6.



a ver. 9.
ch. 2 23. &
5.1.

Col. 2. 8, SO.
Hcbr. 9. 10.
II Or,

ruflimmtts.
h Gen. 49.
10.

Pan. 9. 24.
Mark 1. 1.5.
Ephos. 1. 10.
c Jolm 1. 14.
Rom. 1. 3.
Phil. 2. 7.
lli'lir. 2. 14.
(1 Gen. 3. 15.
Isa. 7, 14.
Mic. 5. 3.
Matt. 1. 23.
Luke 1. 31.
&2. 7.
e Matt. 5.
17.

Luke 2. 27.
f Matt. 20:
28.

ch.3. 13.
Tit. 2. 14.
Hebr. 9. 12.
Ephes. 1. 7.
1 Pet. 1. 18,
19.

5 John 1. 12.
rh. 3. 25.
Ephos. 1. 5.
h Rom. 5. 5.

6 8. 15.



The law only a temporary jirovision,

it is no more of promise : but God gave it
to Abraham by promise.

19 Wherefore then serveth the law? '"It
was added because of transgressions, till ^the
seed should come to whom the promise was
made.; and it was i^ ordained by angels in the
hand 'of a mediator.

20 Now, a mediator is not a mediator of
one ; ''but God is one.

21 Is the law theii against the promises of
God? God forbid: 'for if there had been a
law given which could have given life, verily
righteousness should have been by the law.

22 But ■" the scripture hath concluded ° all
under sin, "that the promise by faith of Jesus
Christ might be given to them that believe.

23 But before faith came, we were kept
under the law, shut up unto the faith which
should afterwards be revealed,

24 Wherefore Pthe law was our school-
master to hring us unto Christ, "Jthat we
might be justified bji faith.

25 But after that faith is come, we are no
longer under a school-master.

26 For ye ■'are all the children of God by
faith in Christ Jesus.

27 For ' as many of you as have been bap-
tized into Christ, *have put on Christ.

28 "There is neither Jew nor Greek,
there is neither bond nor free, there is nei-
ther male nor female: for ye are all ^one in
Christ Jesus.

29 And yif ye he Christ's, then are ye
Abraham's seed, and ^ heirs according to the
promise.

CHAP. IV. -^

1 We were under the law till Christ came, as the heir is
U7ider his guardian till he be of age. 5 But Christ
freed us from the law : 7 therefore we are servants no
longer to it. 14 He remembereth their good loill to
him, and his to them, 22 and sheweth that we are the
sons of Abraham by the free-woman.

NOW I say. That the heir, as long as he
is a child, difiereth nothing from a
servant, though he be lord of all;

2 But is under tutors and governors until
the time appointed of the father.

3 Even so we, when we were children,
^were in bondage under the || elements of the
world :

4 But I'when the fulness of the time was
come, God sent forth his Son, "^made ''of a
woman, '=made under the law,

5 ^To redeem them that were under the
law, sthat we might receive the adoption of
sons.

6 And becau'se ye are sons, God hath sent
forth ""the Spirit of his Son into your hearts,
crying, Abba, Father.

7 Wherefore thou art no more a servant,

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till Christ freed us from it.

but a son ; 'and if a son, then an heir of God
through Christ.

8 Howbeit then, ''when ye knew not God,
'ye did service unto them which by nature
are no gods.

9 But now, ■» after that ye have known
God, or rather are known of God, "how turn
ye II again to "the weak and beggarly || ele-
ments, whereunto ye desire again to be in
bondage ?

10 pYe observe days, and months, and
times, and years.

11 I am afraid of you, ilest i have be-
stowed upon you labour in vain.

12 Brethren, I beseech you, be as I am;
for I am as ye are: ■'ye have not injured me
at all.

13 Ye know how through infirmity of the
flesh I preached the gospel unto you ' at the
first.

14 And my temptation which was in my
flesh ye despised not, nor rejected ; but re-
ceived me "as an angel of God, ""even as
Christ Jesus.

15 II Where is then the blessedness ye
spake of? for I bear you record, that, if it had
been possible, ye would have plucked out
your own eyes, and have given them to me.

16 Am I therefore become your enemy
y because I tell you the truth ?

17 They ^zealously affect you, hut not
well; yea, they would exclude || you, that ye
might aflfect them.

18 But it is good to be zealously affected
always in a good thing, and not only when I
am present with you.

-f- 19 '^My little children, of whom I travail
in birth again, until Christ be formed in you,

20 I desire to be present with you now,
and to change my voice; for || I stand in
doubt of you.

21 Tell me, ye that desire to be under the
law, do ye not hear the law ?

22 For it is written, that Abraham had
two sons; ''the one by a bond-maid, "the
other by a free-woman.

23 But he who was of the bond-woman,
* was born after the flesh ; ® but he of the
free-woman was by promise.

^4 Which things are an allegory : for
these are the two || covenants ; the one from
the mount t'^Sinai, which gendereth to bond-
age, which is Agar.

25 For this Agar is mount Sinai in Ara-
bia,and || answereth to Jerusalem which now
is, and is in bondage with her children.

26 But g Jerusalem which is above is free,
which is the mother of us all.

27 For it is written, ''Rejoice, fAow barren
that bearest not ; break forth and cry, thou

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I Rom. B.

16, 17.

ch. 3. 29.

k Ephos. 2.

12.

1 Thess. 4.

3.

I Rom. 1.25.

1 Cor. 12. 2.

l|)hos. 2. 11,

I Thess. 1.

y.

m 1 Cor. 8.
3. tc 13. 12.
SThn.a. 19.
n ch. 3. 3.
Col. 2. 20.

II Or,
back.

Rom. 8. 3.
Hebr. 7. 18.
II Or,

rudiments,
vor. 3.

p Rom. 14.

Col. 2. 16.
g ch. 2. 2.
i 5. 2, 4.

1 Thess. 3.
5.

r 2 Cor. 3. S.



s 1 Cor. 2. 3.
2 Cor. 11.
30. & 12. 7,



u 2 Sam.

IB. 27.

Mai. 2. 7.

Soo

Zech. 12. 8.

X Matt. 10.

40.

Luke 10. lli.

Jolm 13. 20.

1 Thess. 2.

13.

li Or, What

was then!



y ch. 2. 5,

14.

7. Rom. 10.

2.

I Cor. 11. 2.

II Or, us.



a 1 Cor. 4.
l.'i.

Philcm. 10.
James 1. 18.



II Or, Tam
perplexed
for you.



b Gen. 16.

15.

Gen. 21.2.



i Rom. 9.

7,8.

e Gen. 18.

10, 14. & 21.

1,2.

Hobr. 11.11.

II Or,

testaments.

t.Gr.

Sma.

r Dent. 33.

2.



II Or, is in
the same
rank with.



g Isai. 2. 2.
Hobr. 12.22.
Rev. 3. 12.
& 21. 2, 10.

h Isai. 54. 1.



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i Acts 3. 35.
Rom. 9. 8.
ch. 3. 29.
k Gen. 21.
9.



1 ch. .■). 11.
& 0. 12.
m ch. 3. 8,
22.

n Gen. 21.
10, 12.
o Johh 8.
35.



p John 8.

55.

ch. 5. 1, 13.



a John 8.

32.

Rom. 0. 18.

1 Pet. 2. 16.

b Acts 15.

10.

ch. 2. 4. & 4.



c Acts 15. 1
Sec
Acts 16. 3



Rnm. 9.
31. 3'>.
ch. 2. 21.

f Hobr. 12.
15.

fRom. 8.
4,25.
2 Tim. 4. a



h ICor. 7.

19.

ch. 3. 28. &

6.15.

Col. 3. 11.

i 1 Thess. 1.

3.

.lames 2. 18,

20, 22.

k ICor.g.

24.

1 ch. 3. 1.

H Or, who

aid drive

you back 7

m ch. 1. 6.

n 1 Cor. 5.

6. & IS. 33.



o 2 Cor. 2.
3. & 8. 22.



■p ch. 1. 7.
q 2 Cor. 10.



r ch. 6. 12.

s 1 Cor. 15.

30. .

ch. 4. -29. &

0.17.

t 1 Cor. 1.

23.

u Josh. 7.

2.5.

1 Cor. 5. 13.
ch. I. 8, 9.
X Acts 15.
1. 2, 24.

y 1 Cor. 8,

IPet. 2. 16.

2 Pet. 2. 19.
Jude4.

z 1 Cor. 9.

19.

ch.6.2.

a Malt 7.

12. & 22. 40.

J ames 2. 8.

b Lev. 19.

18.

Ma« 22. 39.

Rom. 13. 8

9.



The liberty of the gospel.

that travailest not: for the desolate hath
many more children than she which hath an
husband.

28 Now we, brethren, as Isaac was, are
' the children of promise.

29 But as then ''he that was born after the
flesh persecuted him that was horn after the
Spirit, 'even so it is now.

30 Nevertheless, what saith ""the scrip-
ture? "Cast out the bond-woman and her
son : for ° the son of the bond-woman shall
not be heir with the son of the free-woman.

31 So then, brethren, we are not children
of the bond- woman, Pbut of the free. -

CHAP. V.

1 He moveth them to stand in their liberty, 3 and not to
observe circumcision : 13 but rather love, which is the
sum of the law. 19 He recJconeth up the works of the
flesh, 22 and the fruits of the Spirit, 25 and exhorteth
to walk in the Spirit.

STAND fast therefore in Hhe liberty
wherewith Christ hath made us free, and
be not entangled again ''with the yoke of
bondage.

2 Behold, I Paul say unto you, that "if
ye be circumcised, Christ shall profit you
nothing.

3 For I testify again to every man that is
circumcised, ^ that he is a debtor to do the
whole law.

4 " Christ is become of no effect unto you,
whosoever of you are justified by the law;
•"ye are fallen from grace.

5 For we through the Spirit ^wait for the
hope of righteousness by faith.

6 For ''in Jesus Christ neither circumci-
sion availeth any thing, nor uncircumcision ;
but 'faith which worketh by love,

7 Ye '' did run well ; ' || who did hinder
you that ye should not obey the truth ?

8 This persuasion cometh not of him •" that
calleth you.

9 "A little leaven leaveneth the whole
lump.

10 ° I have confidence in you through the
Lord, that ye will be none otherwise minded :
but Pile that troubleth you ^ shall bear his
judgment, whosoever he be.

11 ■'And I, brethren, if I yet preach cir-
cumcision, ^ why do I yet suffer persecution?
then is ' the offence of the cross ceased.

12 "I would they were even cut off" "which
trouble you.

13 For, brethren, ye have been called unto
liberty ; only 'use not liberty for an occasion
to the flesh, but ^ by love serve one another.

14 For ^all the law is fulfilled in one word,
even in this, '■Thou shalt love thy neigh-
bour as thyself.

15 But if ye bite and devour one another,
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t



The works of the flesh, Sfc.

take heed that ye be not consumed one of
another.

16 This I say then, <=Walk in the Spirit,
and II ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh.

17 For "^ the flesh lusteth against the
Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh : and
these are contrary the one to the other; "so
that ye cannot do the things that ye would.

18 But ^if ye be led by the Spirit, ye are
not under the law.

19 Now sthe works of the flesh are mani-
fest, which are these, Adultery, fornication,
uncleanness, lasciviousness,

20 Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance,
emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies,

21 Envyings, murders, drunkenness, re-
veflings, and such like : of the which I .tell
you before, as I have also told you in time
past, that ''they which do such things shall
not inherit the kingdom of God.

22 But 'the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy,
peace, long-sufiering, ''gentleness, 'goodness,
"■faith,

23 Meekness, temperance : ° against such
there is no law.

24 And they that are Christ's "have cru-
cified the flesh, with the || affections and lusjs.

25 pjf we live in the Spirit, let us also
walk in the Spirit.

26 1 Let us not be desirous of vain-glory,
provoking one another, envying one another.

)(^ CHAP. VI.

1 He moveth them to deal mildly with a Irother that hath
slipped, 2 aTid to bear one another^ burden : 6 to be
liberal to their teachers, 9 and not weary of well-doing.
12 He sheweth what they intend that preach circumci-
sion. 14 He glorieth in nothing, save in the cross of
Christ.

BRETHREN, "Ijif a man be overtaken
in a fault, ye ''which are spiritual, re-
store such an one "in the spirit of meek-
ness ; considering thyself, ^ lest thou also be
tempted.

2 " Bear ye one another's burdens, and so
fulfil fthe law of Christ.,

3 For gif a man think himself to be some-
thing, when '•he is nothing, he deceiveth
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c Rom. 6.
12. & 8.1,
4, 12. & 13.
14.

ver. 25.
1 Pot. 2. 11.



II Or,
A Kom



. not.

om. 7.

23. & 8. 6, 7.
e Rom. 7.
15, 19.



f Rom. 6.
14. & 8. 2.



c 1 Cor. 3.

Ephes. 5. 3.
Col. 3. 5.
James 3. 14,
15.



h 1 Cor. 6.

9.

Ephea. 5. 5.

Col. 3. 6.

Rev. 22. 15.

i John 15.

2.

Ephes. 5. 9.

k Col. 3. 12.

James 3. 17.

I Rom. 15.

14.

m 1 Cor.

13.7.

n ITim.

1.9.

Rom. 6. 6.
& 13. 14.
ch. 2. 20.

1 Pet 2. 11.
II Or,
passtons.

p Rom. 8.
4.5.
ver. 16,

q Phil. 2. 3.



a Rom. 14.

1. & 15. 1.

Hebr. 12. 13.

James 5. 19.

II, Or,

alikough.

b 1 Cor. 2.

15. & 3.1.

c 1 Cor. 4.

21.

2Thess.3.

15.

2 Tim. 2. 25.

d 1 Cor. 7.

5. & 10. 12.

e Rom. 15.

1.

ch. 5. 13.

1 Thess. 5.

14.

f John 13.

14, 15, 34.

& 15. 12.

James 2. 8.

lJohn4.2I.

g Rom. 13.

I'Cor. 8. i
eh. 2. 0.
h 2 C«- ''

^ 4t 12 u.



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i 1 Cor. 11.

28.

2 Cor. 13. 5.

k See

Luke 18. 11.

I Rom. 2.6.

1 Cor. 3. 8.

m Rom. 15.

27.

1 Cor. 9. 11,

14.



n 1 Cor. 6.

9. & 15. 33.
o Job 13. 9.
p Luke 16.

Rom. 2. 6.
2 Cor. 9. 6.
a Job 4. 8.
Prov. IL 18.
& 22. 8.
Hob. 8. 7. &

10. 12.
Rom. 8. 13.
James 3. 18.



r 2 ThesD. 3.

13.

1 Cor. 15.

58.

s Matt. 24.

13.

Hebr. 3. 6.

14. & 10. 36.

& 12. 3, 5.

Rev. 2. 10.

t John 9. 4.

& 12. 35.

u 1 Thesl.

5.15.

ITim. 6. 18.

Tit. 3. 8.

X Ephea. 2.

19.

Hebr. 3. 6.



y ch. 2. 3,
J 4.

z Phil. 3. 18.
a ch. 5. 11.



b Phil. 3. 3,
7,8.



II Or,
lahereby.
c Rom. 6. 6.
ch.2.20.

d 1 Cor. 7.
19.

ch. 5. 6.
Col. 3. 11.

e 2 Cor. 5.

17.

f Pa. 125. 5.

g Phil. 3. 16.



h Rom. 2.
29. & 4. 12.
& 9. 6, 7, 8.
ch. 3. 7, 9,
29.

Phil. 3. 3.
i 2 Cor. 1.
5. &4.10.
& 11. 23.
ch.5. IL
Col. 1. 24.
k 2 Tim. 4.
22.
Philem. 25.



Well-doing recommended.

4 But ' let every man prove his own work,
and then shall he have rejoicing in himself
alone, and ^not in another.

5 'For every man shall bear his own
burden.

6 "" Let him that is taught in the word,
communicate unto him that teacheth in all
good things.

7 "Be not deceived; "God is not mocked:
forpwhatsoever a man soweth, that shall he
also reap,

8 1 For he that soweth to his flesh, shall of
the flesh re&p corruption : but he that soweth
to the Spirit, shall of the Spirit reap life ever-
lasting.

9 And ''let us not be weary in well-doing :
for in due season we shall reap ' if we faint
not.

10 *As wehave therefore opportunity, "let
us do good unto all men, especially unto them
who are of *the household of faith.

1 1 Ye see how large a letter I have written
unto you with mine own hand.

12 As many as desife to make a fair shew
in the flesh, ythey constrain you to be cir-
cumcised; ^only lest they should * suffer per-
secution for the cross of Christ.

13 For neither they themselves who are
circumcised keep the law; but desire to have
you circumcised, that they may glory in your
flesh.

14 '' But God forbid that I should glory,
save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ,
[|by whom the world is <= crucified unto me,
and I unto the world.

15 For ^ in Christ Jesus neither circumci-
sion availeth any thing, nor uncircumcision,
but " a new creature.

16 ''And as many as walk ^according to
this rule, peace he on them, and mercy, and
upon ^ the Israel of God.

17 From henceforth let no man trouble
me: for *I bear in my body the marks of the
Lord Jesus.

18 Brethren, ^the grace of our Lord Jesus
Christ he with your spirit. Amen.

H Unto the Galatians, written from Rome.
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THE EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE, TO THE

EPHESIANS.



CHAP. I.

I Afier tAe salutation, 3 and thanksgiving for the
Ephesians, 4 he treateth of our election, 6 and adoption
by grace, 11 which is the true and proper fountain of
man's salvation, 13 And because the height of this
mystery cajinot easily be attained unto, 16 he prayeth
that they may come 18 to the full knowledge and
20 possession thereof in Christ.

PAUL, an apostle of Jesus Christ "by
the will of God, ""to the saints which
are at Ephesus, "and to the faithful in Christ
Jesus :

2 ''Grace be to you, and peace, from
God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus
Christ.

3 * Blessed be the God and Father of our
Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with
all spiritual blessings in heavenly || places in
Christ :

4 According as ''he hath chosen us in him,
e before the foundation of the world, that we
should '■ be holy and without blame before
him in love :

5 'Having predestinated us unto ''the
adoption of children by Jesus Christ to him.
self, ' according to the good pleasure of his
will,

6 To the praise of the glory of his grace,
"'wherein he hath made us accepted in "the
Beloved :

7 "In whom we have redemption through
his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according
to Pthe riches of his grace;

8 Wherein he hath abounded toward us
in all wisdom and prtlflence ;

9 1 Having made known unto us the mys-
tery of his will, according to his good pleasure,
'which he hath purposed in himself :

10 That in the dispensation of * the ful-
ness of times 'he might gather together in
one "all things in Christ, both which are
in t heaven, and which are on earth; even
in him:

1 1 ^ In whom al^o we have obtained an
inheritance, y being predestinated according
to nhe purpose of him who worketh all
things after the counsel of his own will :

12 "^That we should be to the praise of his
glory, ""who first |[ trusted in Christ.

13 In whom ye also trusted, after that ye
heard "the word of truth, the gospel of
your salvation : in whom also, after that ye



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a a Cor. 1.1.
b Rom. 1. 7.
2 Cor. 1. 1.
c 1 Cor. 4.
17.

ch. 6. 21.
Col. 1. 2.
d Gal. 1. 3.
Tit. 1. 4.
e 2 Cor. 1.3.

1 Pet. 1. 3.
11 .Or,
things,
ch. 6. 12.
r Rom. 8.
28.

2Thess. 2.
13.

2 Tim. 1. 9.
James 2. 5.
1 Pet. 1. 2.

62. 9.

1^1 Pet. 1.2,

h Luke 1.
75.

ch. 2. 10.
& 5. 27.
Col. 1. 23.
1 Thess. 4.
7.

Tit 2. .12.
i Rom. 8.
29, 30.
ver. 11.
kJohn 1.12.
Rom. 8. 15.
2Cor. B. 18.
Gal. 4. 5.
l.lolin3. 1.
1 Matt. l.Sfi.
Luke 13. 32.
1 Cor. 1. 21.
ver. 9.
m Rom. 3.
24. & 5. IS.
n Matt. 3.
17. & 17. 5.
John 3. 35.
& 10. 17.

Acts 20.
28.

Rom. 3. 24.
Col. 1. 14.
Hebr.g.l3.

1 Pet. 1. la
19.
Rev.S.9.

p Rom. 3. 4.
&». 84.
& 9. 23.
ch. 2. 7. Ic
3.8.16.
Phil. 4. 19.
q Rom. 16.
25.

ch. 3. 4, 9.
Col. 1. 26.
r ch. 3. 11.
2Tim. 1. 9.
B Gal. 4. 4.
Hebr. 1. 2.
& ». 10.
1 Pet. I. 20.
t 1 Cor. 3.
K, 23. &
11.3.
oh. 2. 15.
& 3. 15.
u Phil. 2. 9,
10.

Col. 1. 20.
t Gr. the
keavene.
x Acta 20.
32. & 20. 18.
Rom. 8. 17.
Col. 1. 12.

63. 24.
Tit. 3. 7.
James 2. 5.

1 Pet 1.4.
y ver. 5.

7. Isai. 46.

10, 11.

a ver. 6, 14.

2 Thesa, 2.
13.

b James 1.

18.

11 Or, hoped.

c John 1. 17.

aCor.6.7.



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d 2 Cor. 1.

22

eta'. 4. 30.

e 2 Cop. I.

22. & 5. 5.

r Luke 21.

28.

Rom. 8. 23.

ch. 4. 30.

|gAcU20.

h ver. 6, 12.
1 Pet 2. 9.
i Col. 1. 4.
Philem. 5.
k Rom. 1. 9.
Phil. 1. 3, 4.
CoL 1. 3.

1 Thess. 1.2.

2 Thess. 1. 3.

I John 20.
17.

m Col. 1. 9.

II Or, /oT-
the acknovi-
ledgvieut.
Cot 2. 2.

n Acta 26.
18.



o ch. 2. 12.
&.4. 4.

p ver. 11.



ch. 3. 7.
Col. 1. 29.
&2. 12.

t Gr. of the
might of his
power,

r Acts 2. 24,

33.

B Ps. 110. 1.

Acts 7, 5.5,

56.

Col. 3. 1.

Hebr. 1. 3.

tc 10. 12.

t Phil. 2. a,

10.

Col. 2. 10.

Hebr. 1. 4.

u Rom. 8.

Col. 1. 16.
& 2. 15:

1 Ps. 8. 6.
Matt. 28. 18.
1 Cor. 15.27.
Hebr. 2. 8.

y cii. 4. 15,

16.

Col. 1. 18.

Hebr. 2. 7.

z Rom. 12.

5.

1 Cor. 12. 12,

27.

cb. 4. 12. &

5. 23, 30.

Col. 1. 18,

24.

a Col. 2. 10.

b 1 Cor. 12.

6.

ch. 4. 10.

Col. 3. 11.



a John 5. 24.
Col. 2. 13.
b ver. 5.
ch. 4. 18.

1 Cor. 6.
11.

ch. 4. 22.
Col. 1. 21.
&3.7.

1 John 5. 19.
d ch. 6. 12.

e ch. 3. 6.
Col. 3. 6.



r Tit 3. 3.
1 Pet 4. 3.
g Gal. 5. le.
tGr.
the viillt.



beReved, ^ye were sealed with that Holy
Spirit of promise,

14 « Which is the earnest of our inherit-
ance ''until the redemption of ^the purchased
possession, ^ unto the praise of his glory.

15 Wherefore I also, 'after I heard of
your faith in the Lord Jesus, and love unto
all the saints,

16 ''Cease not to give thanks for you,
making mention of you in my prayers ;

17 That ' the God of our Lord Jesus
Christ, the Father of glory, ""may give unto
you the spirit of wisdom and revelation || in
the knowledge of him :

18 "The eyes of your understanding be-
ing enlightened ; that ye may know what is



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