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Hebr. 13. 21.



c Ephcs. 4.

31.

d 2 Tim. 2.

24, !?5.

e ^liil. 4. 5.

rEphes.4.2.

Coh 3. 12.

e 1 Cor. 6.

Ephes. 2. 1.
Col. 1. 21.
&3.7.
1 Pet. 4. 3.



h ch. 2. 11.

II Or, pUi/.

i 1 Tim. 2. 3.

k Rom. 3.

20. «L 9. 11.

& n. B.

Gal. 2. 10.

Ephes. 2. 4,

8, 9.

2 Tim. 1. 9.

1 John 3. 3,

5.

Ephes. 5. 26.

1 Pet. 3. 21.

m Ezok. 36.

25.

Joel 2. 28.

John 1. 16.

Acta 2. 33.

&10.45.

Rom. 5. .5.

t Gr. richly.

n Rom. 3.

24.

Gal. 2. 16.

ch.2. 11.

o Rom. 8.

23, 24.

p ch. 1. 2.

3^1 Tim. 1.

ch. 1. 9.
r ver. 1, 14.
ch. 2. 14.



Obstinate heretics to he rejected.

9 But « avoid foolish questions, and genea-
logies, and contentions, and strivings about
the law; *for they are unprofitable and vain.

10 A man that is an heretic, " after the
first and second admonition, "^ reject;

11 Knowing that he that is such, is sub-
verted, and sinneth, y being condemned of
himself.

12 When I shall send Artemas unto thee,
or ^ Tychicus, be diligent to come unto me
to Nicopolis : for I have determined there
to winter.



PHILEMON.



Anno


Anno


DOMINI


DOMINI


65.


65.


8 1 Tim. 1.4.


n Acts 18.


2 Tim. 2. 23.


24.


ch. 1. 14.




1 2 Tim. 2.






II Or,


u 2 Cor. 13.


profess ho-


2.


nest trades.




EphcB. 4. 23.


17.


c Rom. 15.


Rom. 16. 17.


28.


2TheBS.3.6,


Phil. 1. 11.
& 4. 17.


2 Tim. 3. 5.


Col. 1. 10.


2 John 10.


2 Pet. 1. 8.


y Acu 13.




46.




7. Acts 20. 4.




2 Tim. 4. 12.





Paul concludeth with salutations.

13 Bring Zenas the lawyer and * Apollos
on their journey diligently, that nothing be
wanting unto them.

14 And let ours also learn ■'to || maintain
good works for necessary uses, that they be
"not unfruitful.

15 All that are with me salute thee. Greet
them that love us in the faith. Grace be with
you all. Amen.

TI It was written to Titus, ordained the first bishop
of the church of the Cfetians, from Nicopolis of
Macedonia.



THE EPISTLE OF PAUL TO
PHILEIOI;



4 He rejoiceik to hear of the faith and love of Philemon,
9 whom he desireth to forgive his servant Onesimus,
and lovingly to receive him again.

PAUL, "^ a prisoner of Jesus Christ, and
Timothy our brother, unto Philemon
our dearly beloved, *> and fellow-labourer,

2 And to our beloved Apphia, and "^Ar-
chippus ''our fellow-soldier, and to ^the
church in thy house :

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

4 s I thank my God, making mention of
thee always in my prayers,

5 ''Hearing of thy love and faith, which
thou hast toward the Lord Jesus, and toward
all saints ;

.6 That the communication of thy faith
may become effectual 'by the acknowledging
of every good thing which is in you in Christ
Jesus.

7 For we have great joy and consolation
in thy love, because the bowels of the saints
''are refreshed by thee, brother.

8 Wherefore, 'though I might be much
• bold in Christ to enjoin thee that which is

convenient,

9 Yet for love's sake I rather beseech thee,
being such an one as Paul the aged, ""and
now also a prisoner of Jesus Christ.

10 I beseech thee for my son "Onesimus,
"whom I have begotten in my bonds :

11 Which in time past was to thee un-
profitable, but now profitable to thee and to
me :

1 2 Whom I have sent again : thou there-
fore receive him, that is, mine own bowels :

13 Whom I would have retained with me.



Anno

DOMINI

64.



a Ephcs. 3.
1, & 4. 1.
a Tim. 1. 8.
vet. 9.

b Phil. 2. 25.

c Col. 4. 17.

d Phil. 2. 25.

e Rom. 10.

5.

1 Cor. 16. 19.

f Ephcs. 1.2.



e Ephcs. 1.

16.

1 Thess. 1, 2.

2The98. 1.3.

h Ephos. 1.

15.

Col. 1. 4.



i Phil. 1. 9.
11.



k 2 Cor. 7.

13.

2Tim. 1. 16.

ver. 20.

1 1 Thess. 2.



o 1 Cor. 4.

1.5.

Gal. 4. 19.



Anno

DOMINI

64.



p 1 Cor. 16.

17.

Phil. 2. 30.

q 2 Cor. a.



r So Gen. 45.

5, 8.



9 Matt. 23.

8.

1 Tim. 6. 2.

t Col. 3.22.



u 2 Cor. 8.
23.



y 2 Cor. 7.
16.



7. Phil. 1.25.
& 2. 24.
a 2 Cor. 1.
11.

1) Col. 1.7.
& 4. 12.



c Arts 12.
12, 25.
d Arts 19.
29, & 27. 2.
Col. 4. 10.
e Col. 4. 14.
f 2 Tirti. 4.
11.
2 Tim. 4.



u



Pthat in thy stead he might have ministered
unto me in the bonds of the gospel :

14 But without thy mind would I do
nothing; ithat thy benefit should not be
as it were of necessity, but willingly.

15 'For perhaps he therefore departed
for a season, that thou shouldest receive him
for ever ;

16 Not now as a servant, but above a
servant, = a brother beloved, especially to me,
but how much more unto thee, ' both in the
flesh, and in the Lord ?

17 If thou count me therefore "a partner,
receive him as myself.

18 If he hath wronged thee, or oweth thee
aught, put that on mine account ;

19 I Paul have written it with mine own
hand, I will repay it : albeit I do not say to
thee how thou owestunto me even thine owm
self besides.

20 Yea, brother, let me have joy of thee
in the Lord : ^ refresh my bowels in the
Lord.

21 yHaving confidence in thy obedience
I wrote unto thee, knowing that thou wilt
also do more than 1 say.

22 But withal prepare me also a lodging :
for ^I trust that "through your prayers I
shall be given unto you.

23 There salute thee '' Epaphras, my fel-
low-prisoner in Christ Jesus ;

24 "Marcus, ''Aristarchus, ®Demas, ''Lu
cas, my fellow-labourers.

25 8 The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ
be with your spirit. Amen.

T[ Written from Rome to Philemon, by Onp.simus
a servant.

1002



THE EPISTLE OF PAUL, THE APOSTLE, TO THE

HEBEEWS.



CHAP. I.

1 Christ in these last times coming to us from the Father,
4 is preferred above the angels, both in person and
office.

aOD, who at sundry times and ''in divers
manners spake in time past unto the
fathers by the prophets,

2 Hath ""in these last days "spoken unto
us by his Son, ^whom he hath appointed
heir of all things, «by whom also he made
the worlds ;

3 f Who being the brightness of his glory,
and the express image of his person, and
e upholding all things by the word of his
power, hwhen he had by himself purged
our sins, ' sat down on the right hand of the
Majesty on high ;

4 Being made so much better than the
angels, as ''he hath by inheritance obtained
a more excellent name than they.

5 For unto which of the angels said he
at any time, 'Thou art my Son, this day
have I begotten thee? And again, "I will
be to him a Father, and he shall be to me
a Son?

6 II And again, when he bringeth in
" the first-begotten into the world, he saith,
"And let all the angels of God worship
him.

7 And t of the angels he saith, p Who
maketh his angels spirits, and his ministers
a flame of fire.

8 But unto the Son, he saith, ^ Thy
throne, O God, is for ever and ever : a
sceptre of f righteousness is the^ sceptre of
thy kingdom ;

9 Thou hast loved righteousness, and
hated iniquity; therefore God, even thy
God, '^hath anointed thee with the oil of
gladness above thy fellows.

10 And, 'Thou, Lord, in the beginning
hast laid the foundation of the earth ; and
the heavens are the works of thine hands.

11 *They shall perish; but thou remain-
est : and they all shall wax old as doth a
garment ;

12 And as a vesture shalt thou fold them
up, and they shall be changed : but thou art
the same, and thy years shall not fail.

13 But to which of the angels said he at
any time, "Sit on my right hand, until I
make thine enemies thy footstool ?



Anno

DOMINI

64.



a Numb. 12.



b Deut. 4.
30.

Gal. 4. 4.
EphGS. 1.10.
c John 1. 17«
& 15. 15.
ch. 3. 3.
d Pb. 2. 8.
Matt. 21. 38.
& 28. 18.
.lohn 3. 35.
Rem. S. 17.
e John 1. 3.

1 Cor. 8. 6.
Col. 1. 16.

f John 1. 14.
& 14. ».

2 Cor. 4. 4.
Col. 1. 15.

^ John 1. 4.

Col. 1. 17.

Rev. 4. U.

h ch. 7. 27.

& 9. 12, 14,

IB.

i Ps. 110. 1.

Ephcs. 1.20.

ch. 8. 1.

& 10. 12.

& 12. 2.

1 Pet. 3. 22.

k Ephes. 1.

21.

Phil. 2. 9,

10.

1 Ps. 2. 7.

Acts 13. 33.

ch. 5. 5.

m 2 Sam. 7.

14.

1 Chron. 22.

10. & 28. 6.

Ps. 89. 26,

27.

ii Or, Whev.

he bringeth

again.

n Rom. 8.



Col. I. 18.
Rev. 1. 5.
o Dent. 32.
43. LXX.
Ps. 97. 7.
IPet. 3. 22.
t Gr. unto,
p Fb. 104. 4.



g Ps. 45. 6,

t Gr. Tight-
ness, or,
straight-
ness.



r Isai. 61. 1.
Acts 4. 27.
& 10. 38.

5 Ps. 102.25,
&c.



t laai. 34. 4.

& 51. 6.

Matt. 24. 35.

2 Pet. 3. 7,

10.

Rev. 21. 1.



u Pb. 110.

1.

Malt. 22. 44.

Mark 12. 36.

Luke 20. 42.

ch. 10. 12.

ver. 3.



Anno

DOMINI

64.



X Gen. 19.
16. & 32. 1,
2,24.

Ps. 34. 7. &
91. U.tL
103. 20, 21.
Dan. 3. 28.
& 7. 10. &
10. 11.
Matt 18. 10.
Luke 1. 19.
& 2. 9. 13.
Acts 12. 7,
&c. & 27.
23.

y Rom. 8.
17.

TiL 3. 7.
James 2. 5.
1 Pet. 3. 7.



t Gr. rjm
out as leak-
ing vessels.
a Deut. 33.
2.

Ps. 68. 17.
Acts 7. 53.
Gal. 3. 19.
b Numb. 15.
30, 31.
Deut 4. 3.
& 17. 2. 5.
12. & 27. 26.
c ch. 10. 28,
29. & 12. 25.
d Matt 4.
17.

Mark 1. 14.
ch. 1. 2.
e Luke 1. 2.



f Mark 16.

20.

Acts 14. 3.

& 19. 11.

Rom. 15. 18,

19.

1 Cor. 2. 4.
e Acts 2. 22,
43.

II Or, dui-
tribntions.
h 1 Cor. 12.

4, 7, 11.

i Ephes. 1.

5, S

k ch. 6. .5.

2 Pet 3. 13.

I Job 7. 17.
Pb. R4,fcc.
& 144.3.



II Or, a
little while
inferior to.



m Matt. 28.

18.

1 Cor. 15.

27.

Ephes. 1.22.

ch. 1. 13.

n I Cor. 15.
25.



Phil. 2. 7,
8. 9.

II Or, by.
p Acts 2. 33.
a John 3. 16.
& 12. .32.
Rom. .5. 18.
&8. 32.
2 Cor. 5. 15.

1 Tim. 2. 8.
1 John 2. 2.
Rev. 5. 9.

r Luke 24.

46.

8 Rom. 11.

36.

t Acts 3. 15.

& 5. 31.

ch. 12. 2.

u Luke 13.

32.

ch. 5. 9.



14 * Are they not all mmistering spirits,
sent forth to minister for them who shall
be y heirs of salvation?

CHAP. n.

1 We ought to be obedient to Christ Jesus, 5 and that
because he vouchsafed to take our nature upon him,
14 as it was necessary.

THEREFORE we ought to give the
more earnest heed to the things which
we have heard, lest at any time we should
•f- let them slip,

2 For if the word " spoken by angels
was steadfast, and ''every transgression and
disobedience received a just recompense of
reward ;

3 •= How shall we escape, if we ne-
glect so great salvation ; ^ which at the
first began to be spoken by the Lord, and
was « confirmed unto us by them that heard
him ;

4 *■ God also bearing them witness, s both
with signs and wonders, and with divers
miracles, and || '■gifts of the. Holy Ghost,
'according to his own will?

5 For unto the angels hath he not put
in subjection '' the world to come whereof
we speak.

6 But one in a certain place testified,
saying, 'What is man, that thou art mind-
ful of him? or the son of man, that thou
visitest him?

7 Thou madest him || a little lower than
the angels ; thou crownedst him with glory
and honour, and didst set him over the works
of thy hands ;

8 " Thou hast put all things in subjec-
tion under his feet. For in that he put
all in subjection under him, he left nothing
that is not put under him. But now °we
see not yet all things put under him :

9 But we see Jesus, "who was made a lit-
tle lower than the angels || for the suffering
of death, p crowned with glory and honour ;
that he by the grace of God should taste
death ifor every man.

10 'For it became him, "for whom are
all things, and by whom are all things, in
bringing many sons unto glory, to make 'the
Captain of their salvation "perfect through

sufferings.

^ 1003



We ought to be obedient to Christ.

11 For ^both he that sanctifieth, and they
who are sanctified, y are all of one : for
which cause ^he is not ashamed to call
them brethren,

12 Saying, "I will declare thy name unto
my brethren, in the midst of the church
will I sing praise unto thee.

13 And' again, ''I will put my trust in
him. And again, ''Behold, I, and the children
''which God hath given me.'

14 Forasmuch then, as the children are
partakers of flesh and blood, he " also him-
self likewise took part of the same j *"that
through death he might destroy him that
had the power of death, that is, the devil ;

1 5 And deliver them, who, s through fear
of death, were all their life-time subject to
bondage.

16 For verily t he took not on him the
nature of angels ; but he took on him the
seed of Abraham.

17 Wherefore in all things it behooved
him ''to be made like unto his brethren; that
he might be 'a merciful and faithful High
Priest in things pertaining to God, to make
reconciliation for the sins of the people.

18 ''For in that he himself hath suffered,
being tempted, he is able to succour them
that are tempted.

CHAP. HI.

1 Christ is more worthy than Moses, 7 therefore if we
believe not in him, we shall be more worthy punish-
ment than hard-hearted Israel.

WHEREFORE, holy brethren, par-
takers of ^the heavenly calling, con-
sider •> the Apostle and High Priest of our
profession, Christ Jesus ;

2 Who was faithful to him that t ap-
pointed him, as also ''Moses was faithful in
all his house.

3 For this man was counted worthy of
more glory than Moses, inasmuch as '' he
who hath builded the house, hath more
honour than the house.

4 For every house is builded by some
man; but «he that built all things is God.

5 ''And Moses verily was faithful in all his
house, as sa servant, ''for a testimony of those
things which were to be spoken after :

6 But Christ as 'a Son over his own
house: ''whose house are we, 'if we hold
fast the confidence, and the rejoicing of the
hope firm unto thfe end.

7 Wherefore, as "" the Holy Ghost saith,
"To-day if ye will hear his voice,

8 Harden not your hearts, as in the
provocation, in the day of temptation in the
wilderness :

9 When your fathers tempted me, proved
me, and saw my works forty years.



HEBREWS.



Anno


Anno


DOMINI


DOMINI


64.


64.


X ch. 10. 10,




14.




y Acta 17.




z Matt 28.




10.


]OT.Ifthey


John 20. 17.


shaii enter.


Koni.a29.




aP8.22.22,




25.




b Ps. 18. 2.




Isai. 12. 2.




c Isai. 8. 18.


.


d John 20.




29. & 17. 6,




9, 11, 12.




e John 1.14.




Rom. 8. 3.




Phil. 2. 7.




f 1 Cor. 15.




54, 55.




Col. 2. 15.


ver. 6.


2 Tim. 1. 10.




g Luke 1.


p ver. 7.


Rom. 8. 15.




2 Tim. 1. 7.




t Gr. he


g Numb. 14.
2,4,11,24,


taketh not


hold of an-


30.


eds, lint of


Deut. 1. 34,


the seed of


36,38.


Abraham he




taketh liald.




h Phil. 2. 7.




i ch. 4. 15.


r Numb. 14.


& 5. 1, 2.


22, 29, fee.




& 26. 65.




Ps. 106. 26.




1 Cor. 10. 5.




Judo 5.




s Numb. 14.


k ch. 4. 15,


30.


16. & 5. 2.


Deut. 1. 34,


& 7. 25.


35.




t ch. 4. 6.


a Rom. 1. 7.


a ch. 12. 15.


1 Cor. 1. 2.




Ephes. 4. 1.




Phil. 3. 14.




2The8..1.




11.




2 Tim. 1.9.




2 Pet. 1. 10.




b Rom. 15.




8.

ch.2. 17. &


t Gr. the


4. 14. & 5.


word of


5. &, 6. 20.


hearing.


& 8. 1. &: 9.


\\Oi^becn.vse


11. & 10. 21.


theff were


t Gr. maile.
1 Sam. 12. 6.


not vnited
by faith to.


c Numb. 12.


b ch. 3. 14.


7.




ver. 5.


c Ps. 95. 11.


d Zech. 6.


ch. 3. 11.


12.




Matt. 16. 18.




e Eriiea. 2.




10. oc 3. 9.




ch. 1. 2.




f ver. 2.




e Exod. 14.
31.


d Gen. 2. 2.


Exod. 20. 11.


Numb. 12.


a 31. 17.


7.




Deut 3. 24.




Josh. 1. 2.




& 8. 3i.




h Deut. 18.




15, 18, 10.




i ch. 1. 2.




k 1 Cor. 3.




16. & 6. 19.




2 Cor. 6, 16.


e rh. 3. 19.


Ephes. 2. 21,


II Or,


22.


the gospel


1 Tim. 3. 15.


was first


1 Pet. 2. 5.


preached.


1 ver. 14.




Mott 10. 22.




& 24. 13.




Rom. 5. 2.




Col. 1. 23,




ch. 6. 11.




& 10. 35.

m 2 Sam.
23. 2.


fPs. 9.5.7.
ch. 3. 7.


Acts 1. 16.




n ver. 15.
Ps. 95. 7.


11 That is,
Joshua.



Christ is more ivorthi/ than Moses.

10 Wherefore I was grieved with that
generation, and said. They do always err
in their heart; and they have not known
my ways.

11 So I sware in my wrath, 1 They shall
not enter into my rest.

12 Take heed, brethren, lest there be in
any of you an evil heart of unbelief, in de-
parting from the living God.

13 But exhort one another daily, while it
is called To-day; lest any of you be hardened
through the deceitfulness of sin.

14 For we are made partakers of Christ,
" if we hold the beginning of our confidence
steadfast unto the end ;

15 While it is said, p To-day if ye will
hear his voice, harden not your hearts, as in
the provocation.

16 "iFor some, when they had heard, did
provoke : howbeit, not all that came out of
Egypt by Moses.

17 But with whom was he grieved forty
years ? was it not with them that had sinned,
"■ whose carcasses fell in the wilderness ?

18 And 'to whom sware he that they
should not enter into his rest, but to them
that believed not ?

19 'So we see that they could not enter
in-because of unbelief.

CHAP. IV.

1 The rest of ChristiaTis is attained by faith. 12 The
power of God's word. 14 By our High Priest Jesus
the Son of God, subject to infirmities, but not sin,
16 we must and may go boldly to the throne of grace,

LET "^us therefore fear, lest a promise
being left us of entering into his rest,
any of you should seem to come short of it.

2 For unto us was the gospel preached,
as well as unto them : but t the wora
preached did not profit them, ||not being
mixed with faith in them that heard it.

3 '' For we which have believed do enter
into rest, as he said, "As I have sworn in
my wrath, If they shall enter into my rest :
although the works were finished from the
foundation of the world.

4 For he spake in a certain place of the
seventh day on this wise, ^ And God did rest
the seventh day from all his works.

5 And in this place again, If they shall
enter into my rest.

6 Seeing therefore it remaineth that some
must enter therein, ^ and they to whom || it
was first preached entered not in because of
unbehef :

7 (Again, he limiteth a certain day, say-
ing in David, To-day, after so long a time ;
as it is said, ""To-day, if ye will hear his voice,
harden not your hearts.

8 For if II Jesus had given them rest, then

1004



The power of GocPs word.

would he not afterward have spoken of
another day.

9 There remaineth therefore a ||rest to
the people of God.

10 For he that is entered into his rest,
ho also hath ceased from his own works,
as God did from his.)

11 Let us labour therefore to enter into
that rest, lest any man fall e after the same
example of || unbelief.

12 For the word of God is ■> quick, and
powerful, and 'sharper than any "^two-edged
sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder
of soul and spirit, and of the joints and
marrow, and is 'a discerner of the thoughts
and intents of the heart.

13 "Neither is there any creature that is
not manifest in his sight : but all things are
naked "and opened unto the eyes of him
with whom we have to do.

14 Seeing then that we have "a great
High Priest, r that is passed into the heavens,
Jesus the Son of God, ilet us hold fast our
profession.

15 For 'we have not an high priest which
cannot be touched with the feeling of our
infirmities: but 'was in all points tempted
like as we are, ^yet without sin.

16 "Let us therefore come boldly unto
the throne of grace, that we may obtain
mercy, and find grace to help in time of
need.

CHAP. V.

4 The authority and honour of our Saviour's priesthood.
11 Negligence in the knowledge thereof is reproved.

FOR every high priest taken from among
men, ^is ordained for men ''in things
pertaining to God, "that he may offer both
gifts and sacrifices for sins:

2 ^ Who II can have compassion on the
ignorant, and on them that are out of the
way; for that «he himself also is compassed
with infirmity.

3 And *■% reason hereof he ought, as
for the people, so also for himself, to offer
for sins.

4 ?And no man taketh this honour unto
himself, but he that is called of God, as
" was Aaron :

5 ' So also Christ glorified not himself to
be made an high priest ; but he that said
unto him, •= Thou art my Son, to-day have
I begotten thee.

6 As he saith also in another pZace, 'Thou
art a priest for ever after the order of Mel-
chisedec.

7 Who in the days of his flesh, when he
had "" offered up prayers and supplications
"with strong crying and tears unto him "that



CHAP. VI.



Anno

DOMINI

64.



II Or,

keeping of
a aabtiatli.



< ch. 3. 13,
18, 19.
II Or, liw-
obediatce.
h Isai. 4!). 2.
Jer. 23.29.
2 Cot. 10.
4, 5.

1 Pet. 1. 23.
i Prov. 5. 4.
k Eptms. 6.

Ilo'v. 1. 18.
& 2. 16.
1 1 Cor. 14.
24,25.

m Ps. 33. T3,

14. & go. 8.

& 139. 11,
12.

n Job 26. 6.
&34.2I.
I'lov. 15. 11.



p ch. 7. 26.
& 9. 12, 24.

q ch. 10. 23.



r Isai. S3. 3.
ch.2. 18.



B Luke 22.

28.

t 2 Cor. 5.

21.

ch.7.26.

1 Pet. 2. 22.

1 Juhn 3. 5.

u EphcB. 2.

18. & 3. 12.

ch. 10. 19,

21, !S.



Anno

DOMINI

04.



a ch. 8. 3.
b ch. 2. 17.
c ch. 8. 3, 4
&9.9.&ia.
11. & 11. 4.

i ch. 3. 18.
& 4. 15.
II Or, can

reasonabLy
bear with.
e oh. 7. 2a



f Lev. 4. 3.
&».7. &16.
6, 15, 16, 17.
cli. 7. 27. i
9.7.



g 2 Chron.
26, 18.
John 3. 27.



h Exod. 28.

1.

Numb. 16.

5,40.

I Chron. 23.

13.

i John 8. 54.

k Pa. 2. 7.

ch. 1. 5.

1 Pb. 110. 4.

ch. 7. 17. 21.

m Matt. 26.

39, 42, 44.

Mark 14. 36,

39

John 17. 1.

n Ps. 22. 1.

Matt. 27. 48,

50.

Mark 15. 34,

37.

o Matt. 20.

53.

Mark 14. 36.



II. Or,

fortiiapiety,
p Matt. 20.

in.

Mark 14. 33.
Liiko 22. 43.
Julin 12. 37.
q ch. 3. 6.
r Phil. 2. H.
a ch. 2. 10.
&11.40.

t ver. 6.
ch. 6. 20.



u jo!>.n 16.

12.

2 Pet. 3. 16.



X Matt. 13.
IS.



r ch. 6. I.



z 1 Cor. 3.
1, 2, 3.



tGr.

hatk no ex-
perience.

a 1 Cor. 13.
1 1. & 14. 20.
EphcB. 4. 14.

I Pet 2. 2.

II Or,
vcrjcct.

1 Cor. 2. 8.
Ephes. 4. 13.
Phil. 3. 15.
[l Or,o/o
habit, or,

Serfcction.
(sai. 7. 15.
1 Cor. 2. 14.
15.



a Phil. 3. 12,
i:i, 14.
ch.5. 12.
II Or, the
word of the
beginning
of Christ.



c Acta 19.

4, 5.

d Acts 8. 14.

15, 16, 17. &

19.6.

Acts 17,
31, 32.

f Acts 24.
25.

Rom. 2. 18.
g Acts IB.

1 Cor. 4. 19.
h Matt. 12.
31, 33.

ch. 10. 28.

2 Pet. 2. 20,

1 John 5. 16.
i ch. 10. 32.
k John 4. 10.
& 6. 32.
Ephes. 2, 8.
I Gal. 3. 2,
5.

ch. 2. 4.
m ch. 2. 5.
n oh. 10. 29.



11 Or, for.
o Ps. 65. 10
p leai. 5. 6.



q Prov. 14.
31.

Matt. 10. 42.
&25.40.
John 13. 20.
r Rom. 3. 4.
2 Thess. 1.
7



Negligence reproved.

was able to save him from death, and was
heard I Pin that he feared ;

8 1 Though he were a Son, yet learned he
' obedience by the things which he suffered ;

9 And * being made perfect, he became
the author of eternal salvation unto all them
that obey him;

10 Called of God an high priest 'after the
order of Melchisedec.

11 Of whom "we have many things to
say, and hard to be uttered, seeing ye are
* dull of hearing.

12 For when for the time ye ought to be
teachers, ye have need that one teach you
again which be ythe first principles of the
oracles of God ; and are become such as
have need of ^milk, and not of strong
meat. ^

13 For every one that useth milk, f **
unskilful in the word of righteousness : for
he is *a babe.

14 But strong meat belongeth to them
that are || of full age, even those who by ,
reason || of use have their senses exercised
••to discern both good and evil.

CHAP. VL

1 He exhorteth not to fall hack from the faith, 11 but
to be steadfast, 12 diligent, and patient to wait upon
God, 13 because God is most sure in his promise.

THEREFORE "leaving || the principles
of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on
unto perfection ; not laying again the foun-
dation of repentance ''from dead works, and
of faith toward God,

2 « Of the doctrine of baptisms, ^ and of
laying on of hands, « and of resurrection of
the dead, ''and of eternal judgment.

3 And this will we do, eif God permit.

4 For ^it is impossible for those 'who
were once enlightened, and have tasted of
■'the heavenly gift, and 'were made par-
takers of the Holy Ghost,

5 And have tasted the good word of God,
and the powers of ""the world to come,

6 If they shall fall away, to renew them
again unto repentance ; "seeing they crucify
to themselves the Son of God afresh, and put



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