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" that thou stir up the gift of God, which is
in thee by the putting on of my hands.

7 For ' God hath not given us the spirit
of fear ; "• but of power, and of love, and of
a sound mind.

8 " Be not thou therefore ashamed of ° the
testimony of our Lord, nor of me p his pri-
soner : 1 but be thou partaker of the afflic-
tions of the gospel according to the power of
God ;

9 'Who hath saved us, and ' called ms with
an holy calling, ' not according to our works,
but ^according to his own purpose and grace,
which was given us in Christ Jesus ^before
the world began ;

10 But yis now made manifest by the
appearing of our Saviour Jesus Christ, ^who
hath abolished death, and hath brought life
and immortality to light through the gospel :

1 1 "^ Whereunto I am appointed a preacher,
and an apostle, and a teacher of the Gen-
tiles.

12 ''For the which cause I also suffer
these things : nevertheless I am not asham-
ed : 'for I know whom I have || believed, and



Anno


Anno


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DOMINI


66.


60.




d 1 Tim. 0.




20.




e ver. 18.




ch. 4. 8.




f ch. 3. 14.




Tit. 1. 9.




Hebr. 10.23.




Rev. 2. 25.




g Bom. 2.
20. & H. 17.






b 1 Tim. 1.




-10. & 6. 3.




i ch. 2. 2.




k 1 Tim. 1.




14.


a 2 Cor. 1. 1.


1 1 Tim. 6.

20.

m Bom. 8.

11.

n Acts 19.


b Ephes. 3.

6.

Tit. 1. S.


Hebr. 9. 15.


10.




ch. 4. ID,


cl Tim. 1.2.


16.




p Matt. 5. 7.




Q cb. 4. 19.




t Philem. 7.


d Bom. 1. 8.


s ver. 8.


Ephes. 1.16.


t Acts 28.


e Acts 22. 3.


20


& 23. 1. &
24. 14. & 27.


Epbes. 6. 20.


23.




Bom. 1. 9.




Gal. 1. 14.


u Matt. 25.


f 1 Tbess. 1.
2. &. 3. 10.
e ch. 4. 9,


34,-40.

X 2 Thess. 1.

10.




ver. 12.




r Hebi. 6.




10.


h 1 Tim. 1.




5. & 4. 6.




i Acts 16. 1.




k 1 Thess.




5.19.




1 Tim. 4. 14.




1 Rom. 8. 15.




m Luke 24.
49.


a 1 Tim. 1.

2.

ch. 1. 2.


Acts 1. 8.




b Ephtis. 6.


n Bom. 1.


10.


IC.


cch.l. 13.


o i Tim. 2.


& 3. 10, 14.


6.


i 1 Tim. 1.


Bev. 1. 2.


p Epbes. 3.


18.


Phil. 1. 7.
q Col. 1. 24.


a 1 Tim. 3.

Tit. 1. 9.
f ch. 1. 8. &


cb. 4. 5.
rl Tim. 1.1.
Tit. 3. 4.


B 1 Theas.


|/Tim.l.

h 1 Cor. 9.
25.


liebV. 3. 1.
I Bom. 3. 20.


& 9. 11.


Til. 3. 5.




u Bom. 8.




28.




X Bom. 16.




25.




Ephes. 1. 4.




&; 3. 11.




Tit. 1.2.


i 1 Cor. 9.


1 Pet. 1. 20.


25, 26.


y Bom. 16.




Ephes. J. 9.




Col. 1. 26.




Tit. 1. 3.


k 1 Cor. 9.


1 Pet. 1. 20.


10.


7. 1 Cor. 15.


II Or,


M, 55.


Tlie hus-


Hebr. 2. 14.


bandman.


a Acta 9. 15.


labouring


Ephes. 3. 7,


first, miist


8.


be parta/cer


1 Tim. 2. 7.


of tlm fruits.


ch. 4. 17.


1 Rom. 1. 3,


b Epbes. 3.


4.


1.


Acta 2. 30.


ch. 2. 9.


& 3.23.


c 1 Pot. 4.


m Cor. 15.


19.


1, 4. 20.


II Or,


n Rom. 3.


trusted.


16.



am persuaded that he is able to ^ keep that
which I have committed unto him ^ against
that day.

13 ^Hold fast 8 the form of •■ sound words,
'which thou hast heard of me, ''in faith and
love which is in Christ Jesus.

14 'That good thing which was committed
unto thee keep by the Holy Ghost "■ which
dwelleth in us.

15 This thou knowest, that "all they which
are in Asia be ° turned away from me ; of
whom are Phygellus and Hermogenes.

16 The Lord Pgive mercy unto "ithe house
of Onesiphorus; ■'for he oft refreshed me, and
'was not ashamed of ' my chain :

17 But, when he was in Rome, he sought
me out very diligently, and found me.

18 The Lord grant unto him " that he may
find mercy of the Lord ^ in that day : and in
how many things he y ministered unto me at
Ephesus, thou knowest very well.

CHAP. n.

1 He is exhorted again to constancy and perseverayice
and to do the duty of a faithful servant of the Lord in
dividing the word aright, and staying profane and
vain babblings. 17 Of Hymeneus and Philetus.
19 The foundation of the Lord is sure. 22 He is
taught whereof to beware, and what to follow after,
and in what sort the servant of the Lord ought to
behave himself.

THOU therefore, "my son, •'be strong in
the grace that is in Christ Jesus. .

2 "= And the things that thou hast heard
of me II among many witnesses, '' the same
commit thou to faithful men, who shall be
" able to teach others- also.

3 ''Thou therefore endure hardness, ^as
a good soldier of Jesus Christ.

4 ^ No man that warreth entangleth him-
self with the affairs of this life ; that he may
please him who hath chosen him to be a
soldier.

5 And 'if a man also strive for masteries,
yet is he not crowned, except he strive law-
fully.

6 i' II The husbandman that laboureth must
be first partaker of the fruits.

7 Consider what I say; and the Lord give
thee understanding in all things.

8 Remember that Jesus Christ, ' of tho
seed of David, ■" was raised from the dead,
■' according to my gospel :

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Timothy is exhorted to perseverance.

9 "Wherein I suffer trquble, as an evil
doer, Peuera unto bonds; <ibut the word of
God is not bound.

10 Therefore '^I endure all things for the
elect's sake, nhat they may also obtain the
salvation which is in Christ Jesus with
eternal glory.

11 ^■It is a faithful saying: For "if we
be dead with him, we shall also live with
him :

12 ^ If we suffer, we shall also reign with
him: ^if we deny him, he also will deny
us:

13 ^If we believe not, yet he abideth
faithful : °- he cannot deny himself.

14 Of these things put them in remem-
brance, ''charging them before the Lord " that
they strive not about words to no profit, but
to the subverting of the hearers.

15 Study to shew thyself approved unto
God, a workman that needeth not to be
ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

16 But "^shun profane and vain babblings:
for they will increase unto more ungodli-
ness.

17 And their word will eat as doth a
11 canker: of whom is •'Hymeneus and Phi-
ietus ;

18 Who ^concerning the truth have erred,
B saying that the' resurrection is past already ;
and overthrow the faith of some.

19 Nevertheless ^ the foundation of God
standeth || sure, having this seal, The Lord
' knoweth them that are his. And, Let every
one that nameth the name of Christ depart
from iniquity.

20 ■'But in a great- house there are not
only vessels of gold and of silver, but also
of wood and of earth ; ^ and some to honour,
and some to dishonour.

21 "If a man therefore purge himself
from these, he shall be a vessel unto honour,
sanctified, and meet for the master's use, and
" prepared unto every good work.

22 Flee also youthful lusts : but ° follow
righteousness, faith, charity, peace, with
them that Pcall on the Lord ^out of a
pure heart.

23 But 'foolish and unlearned questions
avoid, knowing that they do gender strifes.

24 And nh^ servant of the Lord must
not strive ; but be gentle unto all men, ' apt
to teach, || patient;

25 "In meekness instructing those that
oppose themselves; ^if God peradventure
will give them repentance yto the acknow-
ledging of the truth ;

26 And that they may t recover them-
selves ' out of the snare of the devil, who
are t taken captive by him at his will.



CHAP, III.



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66.

o Acta 9. 16
oh. 1.12.
P Epliea. 3.



Phil. 1. 7.
Col. 4. 3, 18.
a Acte 28.

Enhos. a. 19,

Phil. 1. 13,

14.

r Ephcs. 3.

1.1.

Ciil. 1. 24.

B 2 Cor. 1.6.

t 1 Tim. I.

15.

u Rom. 6.

5, 8.

2 Cor. 4.10.

X Kom. 8.

17.

1 Pot. 4. 13.

y Matt. 10.

:«.

Mark 8. 38.
Luke 12. 9.
T. Rom. 3. 3.
&!). 6.
a Numb. 23.
19.

b 1 Tim. 5.
21. & 6. 13.
oh. 4. 1.
c 1 Tim. 1.
4. & (i. 4.
Tit. 3. 9, II.



d 1 Tim. 4.
7. & 6. 20.
Tit 1. 14.



II Or,
eanet
e ITi



f 1 Tim. 6.

21.

B 1 Cor. 15.

12.



h Matt. 34.

24.

Rom. 8. a5.

I John 2. 19.

II Or.
stfiadj/.

i Nah. I. 7.

John 10. 14,

27.

See Numb.

16.5.

k 1 Tim. 3.
IS.



m See Isai.
52. 11.



n Oh. 3. 17.
Tit. 3. 1.
o 1 Tim. 6.
11.



?Act8. 9.
4.

I Cor. 1. 2.
g 1 Tim. 1.
5. & 4. 12.
r 1 Tim. 1.
4. & 4. 7.
&6. 4.
Tcr. 16.
Tit. 3. 9.

B Tit. 3. 2.

I I Tim. 3.
2, 3.

Tit. 1. 9.
II O,, for-
bearing.
a Gal. 6. 1.
1 Tim. 8.11.
1 Pet. 3. 1.5.
\ Acta 8. 22.
y 1 Tim. 2.

ch. 3. 7.
Tit. 1. 1.
tGr.-.
awake.

z 1 Tim. 3.

7.

TGr.

taken alive.



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a 1 Tim 4.

1.

ch. 4. 3.

2 Pol. 3. 3.

1 John 3. 18.
Judo 18.

b Phil ^.21.
2 Pel. 2. 3.
(1 J linn in.

1 Tim. 8. 4.
fITim. 1.
20.

2 Pot. 2. 12.
Juda 10.

e Rom. 1.
30.

h Rom. 1.
31.

iRom. 1.31.
[I Or, make-
hates.
Tit. 2. 3.
k 2 Pet. 3.3.

1 2 Pot. 2.
10.

m Phil. 3.
19.

2 Pot. 2. 13,
&c.

Judo 4, 19.

n ITim. .5.

8.

Tit. 1. 16.

2Tliess.3.
6.

1 Tim. 6. 5.
p Matt. 23.
14.

Tit. 1. 11.

q 1 Tim. 3.



r Exod. 7.
11.



a 1 Tim. 6.

5.

t Rom. 1.

28.

2 Cor. 13. 5.

Til. 1. 16.

tj Or, of no

jvdgvumL

u Exod. 7.
12. & 8. 18.
& 9. 11.

X Phil. 2. 22.

I Tim. 4. 6.

II Or, tlum
hast been
a diligent
follower of.



7 Acts 13.
45, SO.
z Acta 14.
2. 5.

a Acts 14.
19, &c.
b Ps. 34. 19.
2 Cor. 1. 10.
ch. 4. 7.
c Ps. 34. 19.
Acts 14. 22.
Matt 16. 24.
Josh. 17. 14.
1 Cor. 15. 19.
lThossi3.3.
d 2 Thes. 2.
11.

1 Tim. 4. 1.
ch.2. 16.
e ch. 1. 13.
&2. 2.



f.Iohn5.
39.



g 2 Pet. 1.
20, 21.
n Rom. 15.
4.



i 1 Tim. 6.

II.

II Or, ^

perfected.

£ ch. 2. 21.



The enemies of the truth described.
CHAP. m.

1 He advertiseth him of the times to come, 6 describeth
the enemies of the truth, 10 propov.ndeth unto him his
own example, 16 and commendeth the holy scriptures.

THIS know also, that "in the last days
perilous times shall come.

2 For men shall be ^ lovers of their own
selves, "covetous, •'boasters, « proud, ''blas-
phemers, s disobedient to parents, unthank-
ful, unholy,

3 ''Without natural affection, 'truce-break-
ers, II false accusers, ''incontinent, fierce,
despisers of those that are good,

4 ' Traitors, heady, high-minded, ■" lovers
of pleasures more than lovers of God;

5 Having a form of godliness, but ° de-
nying the power thereof : " from such turn
away.

6 For P of this sort are they which creep
into houses, and lead captive silly women
laden with sins, led away with divers lusts;

7 Ever learning and never able ^to come
to the knowledge of the truth.

8 ■■ Now as Jannes and Jambres withstood
Moses, so do these also resist the truth :
» men of corrupt minds, * || reprobate con-
cerning the faith.

9 But they shall proceed no further : for
their folly shall be manifest unto all men,
" as theirs also was.

10 ^ But II thou hast fully known my doc-
trine, manner of life, purpose, faith, long-
suffering, charity, patience,

11 Persecutions, afflictions, which came
unto me y at Antioch, ^ at Iconium, "at Ly-
stra ; what persecutions I endured : but '' out
of them all the Lord delivered me.

12 Yea, and "all that will live godly in
Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution.

13 ''But evil men and seducers shall wax
worse and worse, deceiving, and being de-
ceived.

14 But * continue fhou in the things
which thou hast learned and hast been
assured of, knowing of whom thou hast
learned them;

15 And that from a child thou hast
known ""the holy scriptures, which are able
to make thee wise unto salvation through
faith which is in Christ Jesus.

16 sAll scripture is given by inspiration
of God, ^ and is profitable for doctrine, for
reproof, for correction, for instruction in
righteousness :

17 'That the man of God may be per-
fect, II ^ thoroughly furnished unto all good
works.

CHAP. IV.

1 He exhorteth him to do his duty with all eare and
diligence, 6 certifieth him of the nearness of his death,
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Timothy is exhorted to do his duty.

9 wiUeth him to come speedily unto him, and to bring
Marcus with him, and certain other thiiigs which he
wrote for, 14 warneth him to beware of Alexander the
smith, 16 iiiformeth him what had befallen him at his
first answering, 19 and soon after he concludeth.

I ^CHARGE thee therefore before God,
and the Lord Jesus Christ, ''who shall
iudge the quick and the dead at his appearing
and his kingdom ;

2 Preach the word; be instant in season,
out of season ; reprove, "rebuke, ^ exhort with
all long-suffering and doctrine.

3 ^ For the time will come, when they
will not endure '"sound doctrine; shut after
their own lusts shall they heap to themselves
teachers, having itching ears ;

4 And they shall turn away their ears
from the truth, and •'shall be turned unto
fables.

5 But watch thou in all
afflictions, do the work of
II make full proof of thy ministry.

6 For ' I am now ready to be offered, and
the time of •" my departure is at hand.

7 " I have fought a good fight, I have
finished my course, I have kept the faith :

8 Henceforth there is laid up for me ° a
crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the
righteous Judge, shall give me p at that day :
and not to me only, but unto all them also
that love his appearing.

9 Do thy diligence to come shortly unto
me :

10 For 1 Demas hath forsaken me, ■'having
loved this present world, and is departed unto
Thessalonica ; Crescens to Galatia, Titus
unto Dalmatia.



TITUS.



things, 'endure
''an evangelist,



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n 1 Tim. 5.
21. & 6. 13.

ch. '2. 14.
b Acta 10.
42.



c 1 Tim. 5.

20.

Tit. 1. 13.

& 2. 15.

(1 1 Tira. 4.

13.

ch. 3. 1.

r 1 Tim. 1.

10.

g ch. 3. 6.



h 1 Tim. 1.
4. &4. 7.
Tit..l. 14.

i ch. 1.8.

& 2. 3.

It Acts 21.

8.

Ephes. 4.11.

nOr. JiUJU.

Rom. 15. 19.

Col. 1. 25.

& 4. 17.

1 Phil. S. 17.

m FhiLl.

23.

See 2 Pet 1.

14.

n 1 Cor. 9.

24, 25.

Phil. 3. 14.

I Tim. 6. 12.

Hebt. 12. 1.

1 Cor. 9.
25.

James 1. 12.

1 Pet. .5. 4.
Kev. 2. 10.
p ch. 1. 12.



g Col. 4. 15.
Phil.'m. 24.
r 1 .lohn 2.
15.



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8 Sec ch. 1.
15.

1 Col. 4. 14.
Philem. 24.
u Acts 12.
25. & 15. 37.
Col. 4. 10.
X Acts 20. 4.
Ephes. 6. 12.
Col. 4. 7.
tTit.3.12.

7 Acta 19.

33.

1 Tim. 1. 20.

z 2 Sam. 3.

39.

Ps. 28. 4.

Rev. 18. 6.



II Or, our
preachings.



a ch. 1. 15.
b Acts 7.60.



c Matt; 10.

19.

Acts 23. 11.

& 27. 23.

(1 Acts 9. 1.5.

& 26. 17, 18.

Ephes. 3. 8.



e Ps. 22. 21.
2 Pet. 2. 9.



g Rom. 11.

Gal. 1. .5.
Hebr.13.21.

h Acts 18. 2.
Rom. IB. 3.
i 2 Tim. 1.
16.

k Acts 19.

22.

Rom. 16. 23.
1 Acts 20. 4.
& 21. 29.
m ver. 9.



n Gal. 6. 18.
Philem. 25.



t Gr. Cesar
J^cro. or, tkc



Paul concludeth with salutations, Si'c.

11 =0nly 'Lukeiswithme. Take "Mark,
and bring him with thee : for he is profitable
to me for the ministry.

12 And ^Tychicus have I sent to Ephesus,

13 The cloak that I left at Troas with
Carpus, when thou comest, bring with thee.
and the books, but especially the parchments.

14 y Alexander the coppersmith did me
much evil: ^the Lord reward him according
to his works:

15 Of whom be thou ware also ; for he
hath greatly withstood || our words.

16 At my first answer no man stood with
me, *but all men forsook me: '•/ pray God
that it may not be laid to their charge.

17 "Notwithstanding, the Lord stood with
me, and strengthened me ; ^ that by me the
preaching might be fully known, and that all
the Gentiles might hear : and I was delivered
" out of the mouth of the lion.

18 f And the Lord shall deliver me from
every evil work, and will preserve me unto
his heavenly kingdom; sto whom be glory
for ever and ever. Amen.

19 Salute "iPrisca and Aquila, and 'the
household of Onesiphorus.

20 ''Erastus abode at Corinth: but 'Tro-
phimus have I left at Miletum sick.

21 '"Do thy dihgence to come before win-
ter. Eubulus greeteth thee, and Pudens,
and Linus, and Claudia, and all the brethren.

22 "The Lord Jesus Christ be with thy
spirit. Grace be with you. Amen.

Tf The second epistle unto Timotheus, ordained tlie
first bishop ofthe church of the Ephesians, was
written from Rome, when Paul was brought
before f Nero the second time.



THE EPISTLE OF PAUL TO
TITUS.



CHAP. L

I For what end Titus was left in Crete. 6 How they
that are to be chosen ministers ought to be qualified.
11 The mouths of evil teachers to be stopped : 12 and
what manner of men they be.

PAUL, a servant of God, and an apostle
of Jesus Christ, according to the faith
of God's elect, and "the acknowledging of
the truth ''which is after godliness;

2 II " In hope of eternal life, which God,
"'that cannot lie, promised "before the world
began ;



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a 2 Tim. 2. .

25.

b 1 Tim. 3.

16. & 6. 3.

II Or. For.

c 2 Tim. 1.

1.

ch. 3. 7.

d Numb. 23.

19.

1 Tim. 2. 13.

Rom. 16.
25.

2 Tim. 1.9.

1 Pet. 1. 20.



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f2 Tim. 1.10.
slThes.2.4.
I Tim. 1. 11.
h 1 Tim. 1.
1.&2. 3.
& 4. 10.
i 2 Cor. 2.
13. & 7. 13.
&, 8. 6, 16,
23. & 12. 18.
Gal. 2. a
k 1 Tim. 1.2.

1 Rom. 1. 12.

2 Cor. 4. 13.
2 Pet. 1. 1.
m Eph. 1. 2.
Col. 1. 2.

1 Tim. 1.2.

2 Tim. 1.2.
n 1 Cor. 11.
34

II Or, left
undone.
o Acts 14.23.
2 Tim. 2. 2.
p ITim. 3.
2, &c. q 1 Tim. 3. 12.



3 ""But hath in due times manifested hia
word through preaching, s which is commit-
ted unto me, '' according to the command-
ment of God our Saviour ;

4 To 'Titus, ^mine own*son after Uhe
common faith : "" Grace, mercy, and peace,
from God the Father, and .the Lord Jesus
Christ our Saviour.

5 For this cause left I thee in Crete, that
thou shouldest " set in order the things that

wanting, and "ordain elders in every



are



city, as I had appointed thee :

6 Pif any be blameless, <ithe husband ol
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How ministers ought to be qualified.

one wife, "'having faithful children, not ac-
cused of riot, or unruly.

7 For a bishop must be blameless, as 'the
steward of God : not self-willed, not soon
angry, 'not given to wine, no striker, "not
given to filthy lucre ;

8 - But a lover of hospitality, a lover of
II good men, sober, just, holy, temperate ;

9 y Holding fast nhe faithful word || as
he hath been taught, that he may be able
»by sound doctrine both to exhort and to
convince the gainsayers.

10 For ''there are many unruly and vain
talkers and = deceivers, ■■ especially they of
the circumcision :

11 Whose mouths must be stopped, '^who
subvert whole houses, teaching things which
they ought not, ''for filthy lucre's sake.

12 eOne of themselves, even a prophet -of
their own, said. The Cretians are always liars,
evil beasts, slow bellies.

13 This witness is true: '■wherefore re-
buke them sharply, that they may be ' sound
in the faith ;

14 ■' Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and
' commandments of men that turn from the
truth.

15 "Unto the pure all things are pure:
but " unto them that are defiled and unbe-
lieving is nothing pure ; but even their mind
and conscience is defiled.

16 They profess that they know God; but
" in works they deny him, being abominable,
and disobedient, Pand unto every good work
II reprobate.

CHAP. n.

I Directions given unto Titus both for his doctrine and
life. 9 Of the duty of servants, and in general of all
Christians.

BUT speak thou the things which become
''sound doctrine :

2 That the aged men be || sober, grave,
temperate, ''sound in faith, in charity, in
patience;

3 "^The aged women likewise, that they
be in behaviour as becometh || holiness ; not

II false accusers, not given to much wine,
teachers of good things ;

4 That they may teach the young women
to be II sober, ''to love their husbands, to love
their children,

5 To he discreet, chaste, keepers at home,
good, « obedient to their own husbands, ''that
the word of God be not blasphemed.

6 Young men likewise exhort to be
(I sober-minded.

7 s In all things shewing thyself a pat-
tern of good works : in doctrine shewing
uncorruptness, gravity, ''sincerity,

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r 1 Tim. 3.

4, 12.

E Malt. 24.

45.

1 Cor. 4. 1,

2.

t Lov. 10. 9.

1 Tim. 3. 3,

8.

EphGS.S. IB.

u 1 Tim. 3.

J, 8.

1 Pet. 5. 2.
X 1 Tim. 3.
n

if Or,

good things.
y 2 Tlicss. 2.
15.

2 Tim. 1.13.
2 1 Tim. 1.
15. & 4. g.
& fi. 3.
2 Tim. 2. 2.
II Or,

m teaching.
a 1 Tim. 1.
10. & 6. 3.
2 Tim. 4. 3.
ch. 2. 1.
1) 1 Tim. 1.
6.

c Kom. 16.
18.

d Acta 15. 1.
Matt. 23.
14.

2 Tim. 3. a
flTim.6.
5.

Acts 17.



is:



h 2 Cor. 13.

10.

2 Tim. 4. 2.

i ch. 2. 2.



k 1 Tim. 1.
4. & 4. 7.
2 Tim. 4. 4.
1 Isai. 2!l. 13.
Mntt. 15.9.
Col. 2. 22.

m Luke 11.

39, 40, 41.

Rom. 14. 14,

20.

1 Cor. R. 12.

& 10. 23. 25.

1 Tim. 4. 3,
4.

n Rom. 14.
23.

o 2 Tim. 3.
5.

Jude 4.
p Rom. 1.

2 Tim. 3. 8.
11 P',
voitt of
judgment.



a 1 Tim. 1.
10. & 6. 3.
2 Tim. 1.13.
cli. 1. 9.
II Or,
vigilant.
b ch. 1. 13.



c 1 Tim. 2.
9, 10. & 3.
11.

1 Pot. 3. 3,
4.

II Or,

kolv women.
II Or,
makf^uatos.

2 Tim. 3. 3.



II Or,

wise.

A 1 Tim. 5.

14.



e 1 Cor. 14.
34.

Ephcs. 5. 22.
Col. 3. 18.
ITim.2. 11.
1 Pet. 3.1, 5.
f Rom. 2.
24,

I Tim. 6. 1.

II Or, .
discreet.
e 1 Tim. 4.
12.

1 Pet. 5. 3.
h Ephcs. 6.
24.



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DOMINI

65.



CHAP. III. Titus is directed what things he should teach.

8 'Sound speech that cannot be con-
demned ; ^ that he that is of the contrary
part 'may be ashamed, having no evil thing
to say of you.

9 Exhort ""servants to be obedient unto
their own masters, and to please them well
"in all things ; not || answering again ;

10 Not purloining, but shewing all good
fidelity; "that they may adorn the doctrine
of God our Saviour in all things.

11 For Pthe grace of God || that bringeth
salvation ihath appeared to all men,

12 Teaching us, 'that denying ungodli-
ness, ^and worldly lusts, we should live
soberly, righteously, and godly, in this pre-
sent world ;

13 * Looking for that blessed " hope, and
the glorious " appearing of the great God
and our Saviour Jesus Christ ;

14 yWho gave himself for us, that he
might redeem us from all iniquity, ^and
purify unto himself "a peculiar people,
■•zealous of good works.

l£i These things speak, and "exhort, and
rebuke with all authority. ''Let no man
despise thee.

CHAP. III.

1 Titus is yet further directed by Paul, both concerning
the things he should teach, and not teach. 10 He is
willed also to reject obstinate heretics : 12 which done,
he appointeth him both time and place, wherein he
should come unto him, and so concludeth.

PUT them in mind »to be subject to
principalities and powers, to obey
magistrates, ''to be ready to every good
work, ■

2 "^To speak evil of no man, ^to be no
brawlers, hut " gentle, shewing all '"meekness
unto all men.

3 For g we ourselves also were sometimes
foolish, disobedient, deceived, serving divers
lusts and pleasures, living in mahce and
envy, hateful, and hating one another.

4 But after that '' the kindness and j| love
of ' God our Saviour toward man appeared,

5 '' Not by works of righteousness which
we have done, but according to his mercy
he saved us, by 'the washing of regeneration, .
and renewing of the Holy Ghost ;

6 ■" Which he shed on us f abundantly,
through Jesus Christ our Saviour ;

7 "That being justified by his grace, "we
should be made heirs p according to the hope
of eternal life.

8 1 This is a faithful saying, and these
things I will that thou affirm constantly,
that they which have believed in God
might be careful 'to maintain good works.
These things are good and profitable unto
men.

1001



1 1 Tim. 8. 3.
k Neh. 5. 9.
1 Tim. 5. 14.
1 Pel. 2. 12,

13. & 3. 16.

I 2 Thesa. 3.

14

m Ephes. G.

Ool. 3. 22.
1 Tim. B. I,
2.

I Pot. 2. 18.
n Ephes. 5.
24.

II Or, gain-
saving.

Matt. 5. 16.
Phil. 2. 15.

p Rom. 5.

15.

ch. 3. 4, 5.

1 Pet. 5. 12.
II Or, that
hrivgethsal-
vation to all
men, kath
appeared,

a Luke 3. 6.
John 1.9.
1 Tim. 2. 4.
r Luke 1.75.
Rom. 0. 19.
EpheB. 1.4.
Col. 1. 22.
1 Thcss. 4. 7.
8 1 Pet. 4. 2.

1 John 2. IB.
t 1 Cor. 1. 7.
Phil. 3. 20.

2 Pot. 3. 12.
u Acts 24.
15.

Col. 1.5, 23.
ch. 1. 2. &
3. 7.

X Col. 3. 4.
2Tim.4.1,8.
Hebr. 9. 28.
1 Pet. 1. 7.
1 John 3. 2.
y Gal. 1. 4.
fc2. 20.
Ephcs. S. 2.
1 Tim. 2. 6.
z Hebr. 9. 14.
a Exod. 15.
10. & 19. 5.
Dout. 7. 6. &

14. 2. & 26.
18.

1 Pet. 2. 9.

b Ephes. 2.

10.

ch. 3. 8.

c2Tim.4.2.

d 1 Tim. 4.

13.



a Rom. 13. L
1 Pet. 2. 13.



h Col. 1. 10.
2 Tim. 2.21.



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