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him to an open shame.

7 For the earth which drinketh in the
rain that cometh oft upon it, and bringeth
forth herbs meet for them || by whom it is
dressed, "receiveth blessing from God:

8 PBut that which beareth thorns and
briers is rejected, and is nigh unto cursing;
whose end is to be burned.

9 But, beloved, we are persuaded better
things of you, and things that accompany
salvation, though we thus speak.

10 ^For 'God is not unrighteous to forget

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Christ Jesus is a priest

■your work and labour of love, which ye
have shewed toward his name, in that ye have
'ministered to the saints, and do minister.

11 And we desire that "every one of you
do shew the same diligence "^to the full
assurance of hope unto the end :

12 That ye be not slothful, but followers of
them who through faith and patience y in-
herit the promises,

13 For when God made promise to Abra-
ham, because he could swear by no greater,
' he sware by himself,

14 Saying, Surely blessing I will bless
thee, and multiplying I will multiply thee.

15 And so, after he had patiently endured,
he obtained the promise.

16 For men verily swear by the greater :
and "an oath for confirmation is to them an
end of all strife.

17 Wherein God, willing more abun-
dantly to shew unto ''the heirs of promise
"theimmutabihty of his counsel, f confirmed
it by an oath :

18 That by two immutable things, in
which it was impossible for God to lie, we
might have a strong consolation, who have
fled for refuge to lay hold upon the hope
^ set before us :

19 Which hope we have as an anchor of
the soul, both sure and steadfast, ^and which
cntereth into that within the vail ;

20 *" Whither the forerunner is for us
entered, even Jesus, ^ made an high priest for
ever after the order of Melchisedec.

CHAP. VII.

1 Christ Jesus is a •priest after the order of Melchisedec.
1 1 mid so, far more excellent than the priests of Aaron's
order.

FOR this '^ Melchisedec, king of Salem,
priest of the most high God, who met
Abraham returning from the slaughter of the
kings, and blessed him;

2 To whom also Abraham gave a tenth
part of all; first being by interpretation
King of righteousness, and after that also
King of Salem, which is, King of peace;

3 Without father, without mother, t with-
out descent, having neither beginning of days,
nor end of life; but made like unto the Son
of God ; abideth a priest continually.

4 Now consider how great this man was,
■"unto whom even the patriarch Abraham
gave the tenth of the spoils.

5 And verily nhey that are of the sons
of Levi, who receive the office of the priest-
hood, have a commandment to take tithes
of the people according to the law, that is,
of their brethren, though they come out of
the loins of Abraham:



HEBREWS.



Anno


Anno


DOMINI


DOM 1 NI


64.


64.


B 1 Thess. 1.


II Or,


3.


pcdisree.


t Rom. 15.


A Gen. 14.


25.


19.


2 Cor. R. 4.


e Rom. 4.


& 0. 1, 12.


13.


2 Tim. 1. 18.


Gal. 3. 16.


uch.3.6. 14.




X Col. 2. 2.






f ch. 5. 6. &




6.20.


J ch. 13. 36.




z Gen. 22.




16, 17.




Ps. 105. 9.




Luke 1. 73.


S Oal. 2. 21.




ver. 18, 19.




ch. 8. 7.


a Exod. 22.




11.




b ch. 11. 9.




c Rom. 11.




29.




tGr. ,

interposed






himself by




an oath.


h Isai. 11. 1.




Matt. 1.3.




Luke 3. 33.




Rom. 1. 3.




Rev. 5. 5.


A ch. 12. 1.




e Lev. 16. 15.




cJi. 9. 7.




fch.4. 14.&




8. 1. &. 9. 24.




ech. 3. 1.&
5. 6, 10. & 7.


i Pa. 110. 4.
ch. 5. 6, 10.


& 6. 20.




k Rom. 8. 3.




Gal. 4. 9.




1 Acts 13.




39.




Rom. 3. 20,




21,28. iS.i




Gal. 2. 16.


a Gen. 14.


ch. y. 9.


18, &c.


II Or, but




u was tite




bringing in.
Gal. 3. 54.




m ch. 6. 18.




t8. 6.




n Rom. 5. 2.




Ephes. 2. IB.




& 3. 12.




ch.4. 16. St




10. 19.




II Or,




Without




swearing




of an oath.




o Ps. 110. 4.


t Gr. Kith-


p ch. 8. 6. &
9. 15. & 12.


putpcdigree.




24.


b Gen. 14.




20.






II Or,




which pass-


c Numb. 18.


eth not from


21, 26.


one to ano-




ther.




II Or,




evnnnore.




q Rom. 8.




34.




1 Tim. 2. 5.




ch.9. 24.




1 John 2. 1.




r ch. 4. 15.



after the order of Melchisedec.

6 But he whose || descent is not counted
from them received tithes of Abraham, •'and
blessed ^him that had the promises.

7 And without all contradiction the less
is blessed of the better.

8 And here men that die receive tithes ;
but there he receiveth them, '"of whom it is
witnessed that he liveth.

9 And as I may so say, Levi also, who
receiveth tithes, payed tithes in Abraham.

10 For he was yet in the loins of his
father, when Melchisedec met him.

11 el[ therefore perfection were by the
Levitical priesthood, (for under it the people
received the law,) what further need was
there that another priest should rise after
the order of Melchisedec, and not be called
after the order of Aaron?

12 For the priesthood being changed, there
is made of necessity a change also of the law.

13 For he of whom these things are
spoken pertaineth to another tribe, of which
no man gave attendance at the altar.

14 For it is evident that ''our Lord sprang
out of Juda; of which tribe Moses spake
nothing concerning priesthood.

15 And it is yet far more evident: for
that after the similitude of Melchisedec there
ariseth another priest,

16 Who is made, not after the law of a
carnal commandment, but after the power of
an endless life.

17 For he testifieth, 'Thou art a priest
for ever after the order of Melchisedec,

18 For there is verily a disannulling of
the commandment going before, for ''the
weakness and unprofitableness thereof,

19 For 'the law made nothing perfect,
II but the bringing in of ™a better hope did;
by the which we "draw nigh unto God,

20 And inasmuch as not without an oath
he was made priest :

21 (For those priests were made || with-
out an oath; but this with an oath, by him
that said unto him, "The Lord sware, and
will not repent. Thou art a priest for ever
after the order of Melchisedec :)

22 By so much p was Jesus made a surety
of a better testament.

23 And they truly were many priests,
because they were not suffered to continue
by reason of death :

24 But this man, because he continueth
ever, hath || an unchangeable priesthood,

25 Wherefore he is able also to save them
II to the uttermost that come unto God by
him, seeing he ever liveth "ito make inter-
cession for them.

26 For such an high priest became us,
'who is holy, harmless, undefiled. separate

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Christ's priesthood unchangeable.

from sinners, 'and made higher than the
heavens ;

27 Who needeih not daily, as those high
priests, to offer up sacrifice, 'first for his own
sins, "and then for the people's : for ^ this he
did onc!3, when he offered up himself.

28 For the lawmakethymen high priests
which have infirmity ; but the word of the
oath, which was since the law, maketh the
Son, ^ who is t consecrated for evermore.

* CHAP. VIII.

1 By the eternal priesthood of Christ the Levitical priest-
hood of Aaron is abolished : 7 and the temporal
coveiiant with the fathers, by the eternal covenant of
the gospel.

NOW of the things which we have spo-
ken this is the sum : We have such an
high priest, "who is set on the right hand of
the throne of the Majesty- in the heavens ;

2 A minister ||of ''the sanctuary, and of
'the true tabernacle, which the Lord pitched,
and not man.

3 For ^ every high priest is or3ained to
offer gifts and sacrifices : wherefore ^it is of
necessity that this man have somewhat also
to offer.

4 For if he were on earth, he should not
be a priest, seeing that {| there are priests
that offer gifts according to the law :

5 Who serve unto the example and
shadow of heavenly things, as Moses was

admonished of God when he was about to
make the tabernacle : efor. See (saith he)
that thou make all things according to the
pattern shewed to thee in the mount.

6 But now ''hath he obtained a more
excellent ministry, by how much also he is
the mediator of a better || covenant, which
was established upon better promises.

7 ' For if that first covenant had been
faultless, then should no place have been
sought for the second.

8 For finding fault with them, he saith,
''Behold, the days come, saith the Lord,
when I will make a new covenant with
the house of Israel and with the house of
Judah :

9 Not according to the covenant that I
made with^their fathers, in the day when I
took them by the hand to lead them out of
the land of Egypt; because they continued
not in my covenant, and I regarded them
not, saith the Lord.

10 For ' this is the covenant that I will
make with the house of Israel, after those
days, saith the Lord; I will fput my laws
into their mind, and write them || in their
hearts: and "I will be to them a God, and
they shall be to me a people :

11 And "they shall not teach every man



Anno

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04.



i EnheB. 1.
20. & 4. 10.

ch. e. 1.

I l.(iv. 9. 7.

i. 18.6, 11.

ch. 5. 3. &

i), 7.

u Lev. 16.

15.

X Rom. 6.

10.

ch. fl. 12, 28.

&. 10. 12.

y ch. 5. 1, 2.



z ch. 2. 10.
&5. ».
t Gr.
perfected.



a Ephea. 1.

20.

Col. 3. 1.

ch. 1.3. &

10. 12. & 12.

2.

II Or, 0/

holt/ thinga,

b ch. 9. 8.

12, 24.

c ch. 9. 11.

d ch. 5. 1.

e Ephes. 5.

2.

ch.0. 14.



II Or. they
are prieals.



r Col. 2. 17.
ch. 9. 23.
& 10. 1.



e Exod. 25.
Id. & 26. 30.
& 27. 8.
Numb. 8. 4.
Act^ 7. 44.



h 2 Cor. 3. 6,

8,9.

cli.7.22.

II Or,

testament.



i ch. 7. 11,

18.



It Jer.31.31,
32, 33, 34.



I ch. 10. 16.

t Gr. give.

II Or, upon.
m Zech. 8.



n Isai. 54.

13.

John 6. 45.

1 John 2. 27.



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64.



o Horn. 11.

27.

ch. 10. 17.



CHAP. IX. Sacrijices of the law inferior to Christ's,

his neighbour, and every man his brother,
saying. Know the Lord : for all shall know
me, from the least to the greatest,

12 For I will be merciful to their un-
righteousness, "and their sins and their
iniquities will I remember no more.

13 Pin that he saith, A new covenant, he
hath made the first old. Now that which
decayeth and waxeth old, is ready to vanish
away.

CHAP. IX.

I The description of the rites and bloody sacrifices of the
law, Wfar inferior to the dignity and perfection of the
blood and sacrifice of Christ,

THEN verily the first covenant had also
II ordinances of divine service, and "^ a
worldly sanctuary.

2 '' For there tvas a tabernacle made ; the
first "wherein was ''the candlestick, and " the
table, and the shew-bread ; which is called

II the sanctuary.

3 '"And after the second vail, the taberna-
cle which is called the Hohest of all ;

4 Which had the golden censer, and e the
ark of the covenant overlaid round about
with gold, wherein was ''the golden pot that
had manna, and 'Aaron's rod that budded,
and ^ the tables of the covenant ;

5 And ' over it the cherubims of glory
shadowing the mercy-seat; of which we can-
not now speak particularly.

6 Now when these things were thus or-
dained, ""the priests went always into the
first tabernacle, accomplishing the service
of God:

7 But into the second went the high
priest alone " once every year, not without
blood, ° which he offered for himself, and
for the errors of the people :

8 P The Holy Ghost this signifying, that "i the
way into the holiest of all was not yet made
manifest, while as the first tabernacle was
yet standing :

9 Which was a figure for the time then
present, in which were offered both gifts
and sacrifices, Hhat could not make him that
did the service perfect, as pertaining to the
conscience ;

10 Which stood only in ^ meats and drinks,
and ' divers washings, " and carnal || ordi-
nances, imposed on them until the time of
reformation.

11 But Christ being come '^ an high priest
yof good things to come, ^by a greater and
more perfect tabernacle, not made with hands,
that is to say, not of this building ;

12 Neither " by the blood of goats and
calves, but •> by his own blood, he entered
in >= once into the holy place, ^ having ob-
tained eternal redemption /or us.

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II Or.

cercmomcs,
a Exod. 25.
8.

b Exod. 26.

1.

c Exod. 26.

35. & 40. 4.

d Exod. 25.

31.

c Exod. 25.

23, 30.

Lev. 24. 5, 6.

holy.

t Exod. 26.

31, 33. & 40.

3, 21.

ch.6. 19.

g Exod. 25.

To. & 28. 33.

& 40. 3, 21.

h Exod. 16.

33, 34.

i Nnmb. 17.

10.

fc Exod. 25.

16, 21. & 34.

29. & 40. 20.

Deut. 10. 2,

5.

1 Kincs 8. 9,
21.

2 Chron. 5.
10.

] Exod. 25.
18, 22.
Lev. 16. 2.
1 Kings 8. 6,
7.

m Numb.
28.3.
Dan. 8. II.



n Exod. 3D.

10.

Lev. 16. 2,

11, 12, If,,

34.

ver. 25.

o ch. 5. 3. &

7. 27.

p ch. 10. 19,

qJohnl4. 6.



r Gal. 3. 21.
ch. 7. 18, 19.
& 10. 1, II.



9 Lev. 11. 2.
Col. 2. 16.
t Numb. 19.
7, &c.
u Epbo9. 2.
15.

Col. 2. 20.
ch. 7. 16.
II. Or,
rites, or,
eeremanies.
X ch. 3. 1.
y ch. 10. 1.
z ch. 8. 3.



a ch. 10. 4.
b Acu 20.
28.

EphcB. 1. 7.
Col. 1. 14.
1 Pet. I. 19.
fiev. 1. 5. &
5. 9.

c Zech. 3. 9.
ver. 26, 2a
ch. 10. 10.
d Dan. 9 24



The necessity of Christ's death.

13 For if * the blood of bulls and of goats,
and ''the ashes ofan heifer sprinkling the un-
clean, sanctifieth to the purifying of the
flesh:

14 How much more s shall the blood of
Christ, ''who through the eternal Spirit 'of-
fered himself without Ijspot to God, ■'purge
your conscience from ' dead works ""to serve
the living God ?

15 "And for this cause "he is the mediator
of the new testament, Pthat by means of
death, for the redemption of the transgres-
sions that were under the first testament,
^ they which are called might receive the
promise of eternal inheritance.

16 For where a lestament is, there must
also of necessity ||bethe death of the testator.

17 For "^a testament is of" force after men
are dead: otherwise it is of no strength at
all while the testator liveth.

18 'Whereupon neither the first testament
was II dedicated without blood.

19 For when Moses had spoken every
precept to all the people according to the
law, ' he took the blood of calves and of

'goats, " with water, and || scarlet wool, and
^ssop, and sprinkled both the book and all
the people,

20 Saying, ^ This is the blood of the
testament which God hath enjoined unto
you.

21 Moreover, ^ he sprinkled with blood
both the tabernacle, and all the vessels
of the ministry.

22 And almost all things are by the law
purged with blood; and Mvithout shedding
of blood is no remission.

23 It was therefore necessary that ^ the
patterns of things in the heavens should be
purified with these ; but the heavenly things
themselves with better sacrifices than these.

24 For ''Christ is not entered into the
holy places made with hands, which are the
figures of " the true ; but into heaven itself,
now ^ to appear in the presence of God for
us :

25 Nor yet that he should offer himself
often, as "the high priest entereth into the
holy place every year with blood of others ;

26 For then must he often have suffered
since the foundation of the world : but
now *■ once e in the end of the world hath
he appeared to put away sin by the sacrifice
of himself.

27 ''And as it is appointed unto men once
to die, 'but after this the judgment :

28 So ''Christ was once 'offered to bear
the sins "> of many ; and unto them that
" look for him shall he appear the second
time without sin unto salvation.



HEBREWS.



Anno

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C4.



e Lev. l(i.

14, 16.
fNumh. 19.
2, 17, &c.

B 1 Pet. 1.

l!).

1 John 1. 7.

Rev. 1. 1).

h Rom. 1. 4.

1 Pet. 3. 18.

i Ephcs. 'Z. 5.

Til. 2. 14.

cli. 7. 27.

liOr,

faidt.

k ch. 1. 3. &

10. 22.

1 ch. n. 1.

m Luke 1.

74.

Rom. 8. 13,

22.

1 Pet. 4. 2.

n 1 Tim. 2.

5.

eh. 7. 22.
& 8. 6. & 12.
24.

gRom. 3.
„5. & 5. 6.

1 Pet. 3. la.
q ch.3. 1.

II Or, be ,
brought in.

r Gal. 3. 15.



s Exod. 24.
6, &c.

purified.



I Exoil. 24.
.1, 0. 8.
Lev. 16. 14,
l.'j 18.

n I.ov. 14. 4,
«, 7, 49, 51,
.'i2.

II Or
jnirple.

X Exod. 24.

H.

JIalt. 26. 28.



y Exod. 29.
12, 36.
I.ov. 8. 15,
19. & 10. 1
LI. 16, 18,
19.



7. Lev. 17.
11.



bch.6.2D.



c ch. 8. 2.

d Rom. 8.
34.

ch.7.2.5.
1 John 2. 1.



e ver. 7.



fver. 12.
oh. 7. 27. &
10. 10.
1 Pet. 3. 18.
1 Cor. 10.



II.

Oal. 4. 4.

Ephes. 1.10.

h Gen. 3. 19.

Eeeles. 3. 20.

i 2 Cor. .5. 10.

Rev. -20. 12,

13.

k Rom. 6.

10.

I Pet. 3. 18.

II Pet. 2. 24.
1 John 3. 5.
m Matt. 26.
28.

Rom. 5. 1.5.
n TiL 2. 13.
S Pel. 5. 12.



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64.



a Col. 2. 17.
ch.8.5. &.
9.23.
bch.9. IL

c ch. 9. 9.



d ver. 14.

II Or,

t/iay would
hfLvc erased
tit be offered,
because, ^c.



e Lev. 16.
21.
ch. 9. 7.

f Mio, 6. 6,

eh. 9. 13.
ver. 11.



s Pb. 40. 6,

&c. & 50. 8,

&c.

laai. 1. 11.

Jer. 6. 20.

Amos 5. 21,

22.

II Or,

than hast

fitted me.



h John 17.

1!).

ch. 13. 12.

i ch. 9. 12.



k Numb. 28.

3.

ch.7. 37.



m ch. 1.3.
Col. 3. I.



n Pa. 1 10. 1.
Acts 2. 35.
1 Cor. 1.5.25.
ch. 1. 13.

o ver. 1.



p Jer. 31. 33,

34.

ch. 8. 10, 12.



t Some co-
pies have,
T/ien he
said, Aad
titeir.



o Rom. 5. 2.
Ephes. 2. 18.
& 3. 12.
II Or,
liberty.
r ch. 9. 8, 12.



The weakness of the law sacrifices.
CHAP. X.

1 The weakness of the law sacrifices. 10 The sacrifice
of Christ's body once offered, 14/or ever hath taken
away siiis. \9 An exhortation to holdfast the faith,
with patience and thanksgiving.

FOR the law having "a shadow ''of good
things to come, and not the very image
of the things, "can never with those sacrifices
which they offered year by year continually,
make the comers thereunto ■■ perfect.

2 For then || would they not have ceased
to be offered? because that the worshippers
once purged should have had no more con-
science of sins.

3 "But in those sacrifices there is a remem-
brance again made of sins every year.

4 For Ht is not possible that the blood of
bulls and of goats should take away sins.

5 Wherefore, when he cometh into the
world, he saith, e Sacrifice and offering thou
wouldest not, but a body || hast thou prepared
me :

6 In burnt-offerings and sacrifices for sin
thou hast had no pleasure.

7 Then said I, IsO, I come (in the volume
of the book it is written of me) to do thy
will, O God.

8 Above, when he said, Sacrifice and offer-
ing and burnt-offerings and offering for sin
thou wouldest not, neither hadst pleasure
therein ; which are offered by the law ;

9 Then said he, Lo, I come to do thy will,

God. He taketh away the first, that he
may establish the second.

10 '' By the which will we are sanctified
' through the offering of the body of Jesus
Christ once ybr all.

11 And every priest standeth ''daily min-
istering and offering oftentimes the same
sacrifices, 'which can never take away sins:

12 "' But this man, after he had offered
one sacrifice for sins, for ever sat down on
the right hand of God ;

13 From henceforth expecting " till his
enemies be made his footstool.

14 For by one offering °he hath perfected
for ever them that are sanctified.

15 Whereof the Holy Ghost also is a wit-
ness to us : for after that he had said before,

16 pThis is the covenant that I will make
with them after those dayis, saith the Lord ;

1 will put my laws into their hearts, and in
their minds will I write them ;

17 t And their sins and iniquities will I
remember no more.

18 Now where remission of these is, there
is no more offering for sin.

19 Having therefore, brethren, i \\ boldness
to enter ■'into the holiest by the blood of
Jesus,

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Exhortation to steadfastness in the faith. CHAP, XL

20 By 'a new and living way, which he
hath II consecrated for us, 'through the vail,
that is to say, his flesh;

21 And having " an high priest over " the
house of God ;

22 y Let us draw near with a true heart,
'in full assurance of faith, having our hearts
sprinkled =^frdra an evil conscience, and ''our
bodies washed with pure water.

23 ''Let us hold fast the profession of our
faith without wavering ; for ^ he is faithful
that promised :

24 And let us consider one another, to
provoke unto love, and to good works :

25 ^ Not forsaking the tissenibling of our-
selves together, as the manner of some is ;
but exhorting one another ; and '"so much the
more, as ye see sthe day approaching.

26 For ''if we sin wilfully 'after that we
have received the knowledge" of the truth,
there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins,

27 But a certain fearful looking for of
judgment and ''fiery indignation, which shall

, devour the adversaries.

28 'He that despised Moses' law, died
without mercy "^ under two nx three wit-
nesses :

29 "Of how much sorer punishment, sup-
pose ye, shall he be thought worthy, who
hath trodden under foot the Son of God,
and °hath counted the blood of the cove-
nant, wherewith he was sanctified, an unho-
ly thing, P and hath done despite unto the
Spirit of grace?

30 For we know him that hath said,
•Vengeance belongeth unto me, I will re-
compense, saith the Lord. And again, "^ The
Lord shall judge his people.

31 'It is a fearful thing to fall into the
hands of the living God.

32 But ' call to remembrance the former
days, in which, " after ye were illuminated,
ye endured ^a great fight of afllictions ;

33 Partly, while ye were made y a gaz-
mg-stock both by reproaches and afflictions ;
and partly, while ^ ye became companions
of them that were so used.

34 For ye had compassion of me *in my
bonds, and >> took joyfully the spoiling of
your goods, knowing || in yourselves that
"ye have in heaven a better and an enduring
substance.

35 Cast not away therefore your confi-
dence, "^ which hath great recompense of re-
ward.

36 « For ye have need of patience, that,
after ye have done the will of God, ''ye
might receive the promise.

37 For fyet a little while, and ''he that
shall come will come, and will not tarry.

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Anno


Anno


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DOMINI


04.


64.


B John 10. 9,


i Kom. 1. 17.


& 14. 6.


Gal. 3. 11.


ch. 9. 8.




II Or,


k 2 Pot. 2.


new wade.


20 21


t ch. 9. W.


1 Acts 16.


u ch. 4. 14.


30 31.


X 1 Tim. 3.


itheas.S.D.


IS.


2 Theaa. 2.


y ch. 4. Ifl.


14.


V, Ephei. 3.




Mnee I. 6.




IJohnS.Sl.




n ch. 9. 14.




b Ezek. 36.




25.




2 Cor. 7.1.




c ch. 4. 14.




Ill Cor. 1.9.




b, 10. 13.




1 Thoaa. 5.


11 Or, .
ground, or,


2fheas.3.3.


ch. 11. 11.


conjidence.
a Roln. 8.




24. 25.




2 Cor. 4. 18.




&.5.7.


e Acts 3. 42.


b ver. 39.


Jude 19.




f Rom. 13.
11.


c Gen. 1. 1.


Pa. 33. 8.


g Phil. 4. 5.
2 Pet. 3. 9,


Jolml.3.


ch. 1. 2.


11, 14.
htjumb.15.


2 Pet. 3. 5.




30.




ch. 6. 4.




i 2 Pet. 2.




20,21.


d Gen. 4. 4.




1 John 3. 12.


LEzck.36.

Zeph. 1. 18.
&3. 8.






2Theas.l.a




ch. 12. 29.


e Gen. 4. 10.


1 oh. 2. 2.


Matt. 23. 35.


m Deut. 17.


ch. IS. 24.


2^6.*. 19,


II Or, is yet


spoken of.


Matt. 18. 16.


f Gen. 5. 22,


John 8. 17.


24.


2 Cor. 13. 1.




n ch. 2. 3.




it 12. 25.




o 1 Cor. 11.




29.




ch. 13. 20.




p Matt. 12.
.11, 33.




Ephes. 4.30.






e Gen. 6. 13,

II Or,
bsing wary.


3 Deut. 32.


Rom. \i. 19.
r Deut. 32.


Ift PeL 3.


36.


20.


Ps. 50. 4. &




1.15. 14.




s Luke 12.


i Rom. 3.


5.


22. & 4. 13.




Phil. 3. 9.


t Gul. 3. 4.


k Gen. 12.


2 John 8.


), 4.


u ch. 6. 4.


Acta 7. 2, 3,
4.


x Phil. 1.




29, 3H.




Col. 2. 1.




ylCor.4.9.'-




z Phil. 1.7.


1 Gpn. 12. 8.


& 4. 14.


& 13, 3, 18.


1 Thesa. 2.


& 18. 1, 9.


14.


m ch. 6. 17.


a Phil. 1. 7.




2 Tim. 1.16.




b Matt. 5.


n oh. 12. 22.


12.


& 13. 14.


Acts 5. 41.
Jamea 1. 2.
II Or, that


o oh. 3, 4.
Rev. 21. 2,
10.


ye have in


j/ourselves.




or, for


p Gen. 17.
19. & 18. 11,


yourselves.


c Matt. 6.


14. & 21. 2.


20,& 19.21.


g See
Luke 1. 36.


Luke 12. 33.


1 Tim. 6. 19.




d Matt. 5.




12. & 10. 32.


r Rom. 4.


e Luke 21.


21.


19.


ch. ID. 'ja.


Gal. 6. 9.




ch. 12. 1.




f Col. 3. 24,




ch. 9. 15.




1 Pet. 1. 9.


a Rom. 4.



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