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but ye caimot bear them now. 16 , It,

Pilate nith unto him, What is truth ?

Now Barabbas was a robber. 18, 40.

What I have written I have written.

19, H.

Be not faithless, but believing. tO, f7.
The disciple whom Jesus loved. tl, tO.

Even the world itself could not contain
tlie books that should be written. f i, t5,

[ . . . would not contain tiie books that
should be written.— B.V.]

His bishoprick let another take.

Acts of the Apostles. 1, tO.
[His office let another take.— R.Y.]

Your sons and your daughters shall
prophesy, and your voung men shall see
visions, and your old men shall dream
dreams. t, 17,

My flesh shall rest in hope. f , t6.

[ . . , shall dwell in hope.— R.Y.]

Silver and ffold have I none ; but such as
£ have give I thee. 5, 6,

[ . , . but what I have, that give I thee.

They took knowledge of them, that they
had been with Jesus. ^ H,

If this counsel or this work be of men, it
will come to nought : But if it be of God,
ye cannot overthrow it ; lest haply ye be
found even to fight against God. 5, 38, 39.

[If this counsel or this work be of men,
it will be overthrown : But if it is of G^od,
ye will not be able to overthrow them ; lest
naply ye be found even to be fighting against

Till another king arose, which knew not
Toaeph. {See Exodus, 1, 8.) 7, 18,

[Till there arose another fcinff over Egypt,
which knew not Joseph.— R.Vlj

Who made thee a ruler and a judge over
M? 7,27.

Lay not this sin to their charge. 7, 60.

Thou hast neither part nor lot in this
matter. 8, tl.

Thou art in the gall of bitterness, and in
the bond of iniquity. 8, 23,

It is hard for thee to kick against the
pricks. • o 5.

[Omitted in R.Y.]

What God hath cleansed, that call not
thou conmion. 20, 15.

[What God bath cleansed, make not thou
common.— R.Y.]

• Uf^ KivxfM Mf X«UTtf€.— JBschylui, "A«i-
Eaemnon," line 1686. (" Do not kick aninstUif


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Gh>d is no respecter of persons.

Aets of the Apostles. 10, 5j^,

The unbelieying Jews. LL £

[The Jews that were disobedient— B. v.]

We also are men of like passions with you.

Come oyer into Macedonia, and help ns.

Certain lewd fellows of thd baser sort.

[Certain vile fellows of the rabble.— R.V.]

I perceire that in all things ye are too
suDCTstitioas. 17, H,

[In all things I perceire that ye are some-
what superstitions. — ^B.y.]

To the Unknown God.

[To an unknown God.— B.Y.]

17, tS.

lu him we live, and move, and have our
being. 17, t8.

And GhJlio eared for none of those things.

[ . . . these things.— E.y.]

Mighty in the soqitiizeB. 18, £4*

Great is Diana of the Ephesians. 19, t8.

The law is open. 19, 38.

[The courts are open. — R.V.]

It is more blessed to giye than to receive.

SO, 35.

Brought up in this dty at the feet of

GamalieL SS, 3.

A conscience void of offence toward Qod,
and toward men. t4, 16.

[ . . . toward God and men alway. —

When I have a convenient season, I will
call for thee. £4, £3.

[ . . . I will call thee unto me.— B.Y.]

I appeal unto Gsosar.

£5, 11.

After the most straitest sect of our religion
I lived a Pharisee. i^, 5,

[After the straitest sect . . .— B.y.]

Much learning doth make thee mad.

£6, £4.
[Thy much learning doth turn thee to
madness.— B.V.]

Words of truth and soberness.

£6, £5.

This thing was not done in a comer.

£6, £6.

Almost thou persuadest me to be a
Christian. £6, £8.

[With but little persoasion thou wouldest
fam make mea Christian* - B.Y.]

Without ceamng I make mention of you
always in my prayers.

Bplstle to the Romans. 1, 9.

[Unceasingly I make mention of you,
always in my prayers making request, etc. —

The just shall Uve by faith. {See Hebrews,
10^38.) Iyl7.

[The righteous shall live by faith.— R.V.]

Served the creature more than the

Creator. li £5.

[ . . . the creature rather than the
Creator.— B.Y.]

There is no respect of persons with God.

*^ £, 11.

As some afSrm that we say, Let us do evil,

that good may come. 3, 8,

. There is no fear of God before their eyes.

Who against hope believed in hope. 4* 18-
[Who m hope Delieved against hope.—
Hope maketh not ashamed. 5, 5.

[Hope putteth not to shame. — ^B.Y.]

The wages of sin is death. 6, £3.

For the ^ood that I would I do not : but
the evil wmch I would not, that I do.


[For the good which I would I do not:
but the evu which I would not, that I
practise. — R.Y.]

Who shall deliver me from the body of
this death? 7, £4.

[Who shall deliver me out of the body
, . .-B.Y.]

To be carnally minded is death. 8, 6.

[The mind of the flesh lb death.— B.Y.]

All things work together for good to them
that love God. 8, £8.

[To them that love God all things work
together for good.— B.Y.]

A stumbling-stone and rock of offence.
(5^1 Peter, 2.8.) 9,33.

[A stone of stumbling and a rock of
offence.— B.Y.]

• A zeal of God, but not according to know-
ledge. 10, £.
[A xeal for God . . .— B.Y.]

Abhor that which is evil ; cleave to that
which is good. l£t 9,

Not slothful in. business ; fervent in spirit.

li, 11.
[In diUgenoe not slothful; fervent in
spurit.— B.V.]

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Rejoice with them th&t do rejoice, and
weep with them that weep.

Bplitle to the Romans. It, 15,

[Keioioe with them that rejoice; weep
with them that weep. — B.V.]

Mind not high things, hut condescend to
men of low estate. Be not wise in your
cwn conceits. IS, 16,

[Set not your mind on high things, hut
condescend to things that are lowly. Be
Dot wise in your own conceits.— B.V.]

Live peaceahly with all men. if, 18,

[Be at peace with all men,— E.V.]

Vengeance is mine ; I will repay, saith the
Lord. i5, 19,

[Vengeance helongeth unto me; I will
recompense, saith the Lord. — ^R.V.]

In so doing thou shalt heap coals of fire
on his head. (&* Proverhs, 25, 22.) Ig^tO,

[ . , . upon his head.— R.V.J

Be not overcome of eyil, hut overcome
evil with good. ii, gl.

The powers that he are ordained of God.


Render therefore to all their dues. IS, 7.

[Render to all their dues. — ^R.V.]

Owe no man anything. 13, 8'

Love is the fulfilling of the law. 13, 10,

[Love therefore ia the fulfilment of the
law.— R.V.]

The night is far spent, the day is at hand :
let ua therefore cast off the works of dark-
ness, and let us put on the armour of light.

[The night is far spent, and the day is at
hand . . .— R.V.]
Douhtful disputations. 14, 1.

Let every man he fully persuaded in his
own mind. i^, 5.

[Let each man he fully assured in his own
mind.— R.V.]

That no man put a stumhling-hlock or an
occasion to fall m his brother's way. I4, 13.

[That no man put a stumbling-block in
his brother's way, or an occasion of fall-

The foolishness of preaching.

First Epistle to the Corinthians. 1, fl,

[The foolishness of the preaching.— R.V.]

Enticing words of man's wisdom. t, 4,

[Persuasive words of wisdom.— R.V.]

Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither

have entered into the heart of man, the

thingn which Gtod hatti prepared for them

that love him. t, 9,

[Things which eve saw not, and ear

heard not. And which entered not into

the heart of man. Whatsoever things God

prepared for them that love him.— R.V.]

I have planted, Apollos watered; but
God gave the increase. 3, 6,

[I planted . . .— R.V.]

Every man*B work shall be made mani-
fest. 3, 13,
[Each man's work . . .— R.V.]

Ye are the temple of Gk>d. 3, 16,

[Ye are a temple of God.— R.V.]

The wisdom of this world is fooUshneaa
with God. 3, 19.

Ministers of Christ, and stewards of the
mysteries of God. 4, 1,

That ye might learn in us not to think of
men above that which is written.* ^, 6,

[That in us ye might learn not to go
beyond the things which are written.— R. v.]

A spectacle unto the world, and to angels.

Absent in body, but present in spirit.

5, 3,
A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump.


1 speak this by permission, and not of

commandment. 7, 6.

[ ... by way of permission . . ,— R.V.]

It is better to marry than to bum. 7, 9.

The fashion of this world passeth away.

Knowledgre puffeth up, but charity edi-
fieth. 8, 1,

[ ... but love edifieth.— R.V.]

If meat make my brother to offend, I will
eat no flesh while the world standeth, lest I
make my brother to offend. 8, 13,

[If meat maketh my brother to stumble,
I will eat no fiesh for evermore, that I make
not my brother to stumble.- R.V.]

Thou shalt not muzzle the mouth of the
ox that treadeth out the com. (See Deut.,
25,4;lTim., 6, 18.) 9,9.

[Thou shalt not muzzle the ox when he
treadeth out the com. — R.V.]

I am made all things to all men. 9, H,
[I am become all things to all men.—

They do it to obtain a corruptible crown ;
but we an incorruptible. 9, 25.

[ ... to receive a corruptible crown ;
. . .— R.V.]

So fight I, not as one that beateth the air.

[So fight I, as not beating the air.— R.V.]

* This is often quoted, " not to be wife above
that which is written," and is so translated liy
Prof. Scholefleld in his " Hints for an Improved
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But I keep under my body, and bring it
into Bubiechon: lest that by any means,
when I haye preached to others, I myself
ihould be a castaway.

Flnt EpUtla to the Corlnthlani. 9,f7,

[But I buffet my body, and bring it into
bondage : lest by any means, after that I
haye preached to others, , . .— R.V.]

Let him that thinketh he standeth take
heed lest he fall 10, H,

I speak aa to wise men ; judge ye what I
■*y. 10, 16.

All things are lawful for me, but all
things are not expedient. 10, tS,

[All things are lawful ; but all things are
not expedient. — ^B.Y.]

The earth is the Lord's, and the fulness
thereof. 10, t6 and 28.

Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or
whatsoeyer ye do, do all to the glory of
God. 10, 51.

Now there are diyeraities of gifts, but the
nme Spirit. if, 4.

But coyet earnestly the best gifts : and yet
shew I unto you a more excellent way.

It, 31.

[But desire earnestly the greater g^ifts.
And a still more excellent way shew I unto

Though I speak with the tongues of men
and of angels, and haye not cmtfity. I am
become aa sounding brass, or a HnHin g
cymbal. 13^7.

[If I speak with the tongues of men and
of an^ls, but haye not loye, I am become
soundmg brass, or a clanging cymbal. —

Charity suffereth long, and is kind. 13, 4.

[Loye suffereth long, . . .— R.V,]

Charity neyer faileth. 13, 8.

[Loye neyer faileth.— B.y.]

When I became a man, I put away
diildish things. IS, 11,

[Now that I am become a man, I haye
put away childish things. — ^B.y.]

For now we see through a glass, darkly.

13, It.
\¥oT now we see in a minor, darkly.—

And now abideth faith, hope, charity,
these three; but the greatest of these is
charity. 13, 13.

[But now abideth faith, hope, loye, these
three ; and the greatest of these is love.—

Let your women keep silence in the

churches. i^ 34,

[Let the women keep silence in the
ohurchea.— B.y.]


Let all things be done decently, and in
order. 14^ 40.

I laboured more abundantly than they alL

15, 10.
Fallen asleep in Christ. 15, 18.

Let us eat and drink ; for to-morrow we
die. 15, 3t.

Eyil communications corrupt good man-
ners.* 15^ 53,

[EyQ company doth corrupt good man-
nera.— B.V.]

There are also celestial bodies, and bodies
terrestriaL 15, 4O.

The first man is of the earth, earthy.


In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye.

IB, St.

O death, where is thy sting P O graye,
where is thy yictory P 15, 55.

[O death, where lb thy victory t O death,
where is thy sting ?— B. V.]

Let him be Anathema Maran-atha.

16, tt.
|Xet him be Anathema. Ma^tmi atha.f

The letter killeth, but the spirit maketh

Second Bpistle to the Corlnthiani. 3,6.

[The letter killeth, but the spirit giyeth
life.— B.y.]

But we haye this treasure in earthen
BSseU. J 4^ 7.

For our light affliction, which is but for a
moment, worketh for us a far more exceed-
ingand eternal weight of glory. 4, Tf.

[For our li^t taction, which is for the
moment, wonceth for us more and more
exceedingly an eternal weight of glory.—


For we walk by faith, not by sight. 5, 7.

Old things are passed away ; behold, all
things are become new. 6, 17,

[The old things are passed away ; behold,
they are become new. — B.y.]

Now then we are ambassadors for Christ.

[We are ambassadors therefore on behalf
of Christ.- B.V.]

Behold, now is the accepted time; behold,
now is the day of salvation. 6^ t,

[At an acceptable time I hearkened unto
thee, And in a day of salvation did I succour

* Sf ^tipawnv (Oreek OnotatiotisX

t Manin atha = The Lord cometh.

t Su Browning (p. 80) : *' The earthen Tesael
holding treasure " ; and Herbert (p. 161) :
*' Treasorea from an earthen pol*'


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Bj vrH report and good leport.
■Mond Eptflttt to tht OorlnthiAM. 6, 8.

Am hariog nothing, and yet poeseadng all
things. 6f 10.

Without were flghtingB, within were fears.


Te sorrowed to repentance. 7, 9,

[Te were made sorry unto repentance. ~


God loreth a cheerfol giyer. 9, 7.

For his letters, saj they, are weighty and
powerful ; bnt ms bodil;^ pr e s en ce is weak,
and his speech contemptible. 10^ 10.

(Tor, His letters, they say, are weighty
and strong ; but his bodily presence is weak,
and his speech of no account. — B.Y.]

Forty stripes saye one. I/, t4,

A thorn in the flesh. If, 7.

My sraoe is sufficient for thee: for my
strength is made perfect in weakness, if, 9.

[ ... for my power is made perfect in
weakness.— B.V.]

In the mouth of two or three witnesses
shall eyery word be established. 25, 1.

[At the mouth of two witnesses or tluee
shall eyery word be established.— B.Y.]

The right hands of fellowship.

Epistle to the Galatiana. £,9.

Weak and beggarly elements. i, 9m

[Weak and beggarly rudiments.— B. v.]

I haye bestowed upon you labour in yain.

4, n.

[I haye bestowed labour upon you in
yam.— B.V.]

It is good to be zealously affected always
in a good thing. 4. 18.

[It is good to be zealously sought m a
good mat^ at all times.— B. v.]

Which thin^ are an allegory. 4» ^4*

[Which things contain an allegcny. —

A little leayen leayeneth the whole lump.

Bear ye one another's burdens. 6, f .

For eyery man shall bear his own burden.

[For each man . . .— B.V.]

Whatsoeyer a man soweth, that shall he
also reap. 6, 7.

Let us not be weary in well-doing : for
In due season we shall reap, if we faint not

Middle wall of partition.

Epistle to the Ephesians. f , I4.

The unsearchable riches of Christ, f , 8.

Carried about with eyenr wind of doctrinflL

Be ye angiy, and sin not: let not the sun
go down upon your wrath. 4, f&*

That which is good to the use of edifying.

[Such as is good for edifying as the need
may be.— B.Vj

Let no man deceiye you with yain words.

[ . . . empty words. — B.V.]

Bedeeming the time, because the days are
eril. 5, 16.

Psalms and hymns and spiritual songs.
{See Coloss., 3, 16.) 5, IB.

dbid they two shall be one flesh. .« 5, SI.

[And the twain shall beoome one fledL —

The first commandment with promise.


Bring them im in the nurture and admoni-
tion of the Jjori. 6, 4"

[Nurture them in the chastening and
admonition of Uie Lord. — B.V.]

The shield of faith. 6, 16.

For to me to liye is Christ, and to die is
gain. Epistle to the PhlUppians. i, tl.

Whose Qod is their belly, and whose
' is in their shame. S, 19.

hose god is the belly . . . — B.Y.]

Our yile body. S, tl.

[The body of our humiliation.— B. V.J

True yokefellow. 4j 8,

The peace of Gk>d, which passeth all
understanding. 4, 7.

Whatsoever things are true, whatsoeyer
things are honest whatsoever thiiurs are
just, whatsoeyer things are pure, 'muitso-
eyer things are lovely, whatsoever things
are of good report ; iz there be any virtue,
and if there be any praise, think on these
thinps. 4,8.

[Whatsoever thinss are true, whatsoever
things are honourable . . . — B.y.]

I have learned, in whatsoever state I am,
therewith to be content 4j li»

[ . . . therewith to be content — ^B.Y.]

Thrones, or dominions, or principalities,
or powers : all things were created oy him,
ana for him.

Epistle to the Colosslans. 1, 16.

[ ... all things have been created
through him, and unto him. — KY.]

Touch not ; taste not ; handle not f , tl.
[Handle not, nor taste^ nor touch.— B.Y.]

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: Set your aflectioii on things abore.

Bplstto to tho Ooloulani. 5, t.
(Set your mind on the things that are
above.— B.V.]

Hnibands, lore your wives, and be not
bitter against them. 5, 19.

And whatsoew ye do, do it heartily, as
to the Lord, and not onto men. J, tS,

t whatsoever ye do, work heartily, as
unto the Lord, and not unto men.— B. v.]

Masters, rave mito your servants that
which is just and equaL ^ i.

[Masters, render unto . . . — B.y.]

Let your speech be alway with grace,
seasoned with salt A, 6,

[ . . always with grace . . . — E.V.]

Luke, the beloved physician. ^ 1^

Bememberinff without ceasing your work
of faifli, and labour of love.

First ■plstU to the ThessalonUns. 1, S,

And that ye study to be quiet, and to do
your own business. 4, 11,

Pray without ceasing. 5, IT,

Prove all things ; hold fast that which is
good. 6, tl.

Be not weaxy in well-doing.
lecond Epistle to the Thsssalonli^ni. 5, 15.

Fables and endless genealogies.

First EplsUe to Timothy, i, ^

Hie law is good, if a man use it lawfully.

I did it ignorantly in unbelief. i, 15,

A faithful sayiog, and worthy of all
•ooeptetion. i. 15,

[Fbithful is the saying, and worthy of all
acceptation.— B.y.]

A bishop then must be blameless, (8e$
Titus, 1, 7.) i, f .

[The bishop therefore must be without
reproach.— B. v.]

Not needy of filthy lucre. 5, 5.

[No loTer of money.— B.Y.]

One that ruleth well his own house. 5,4.

Every creature of GK>d Is good. 4, 4,

Let no man despise thy youth. 4> ^»

Tattlers also and busybodies, speakinff
things which they ought not. 5, IS,

Drink no longer water, but use a little

wine for thr stomach's sake. 5, tS,

[Be no longer a drinker of water . . .

— kv.]

For we brought nothing Into this world,
and it is certain we can carry nothing out.


For the love of money is the root of all
evfl. 6, 10.

[For the love d money is a root of all
kinds of eviL— B.V.]

Fight the good fight of faith. 6, It,

[ . . . of 3ie faiUu— B.V.]

Bich in good works. 6, 18,

Laving up in store for themselves a good
foundation against the time to come. 6, 19,

Science falsely so called 6, tO,

[The knowledge which is falsely so called.

Hold fast the form of sound words.

Second Epistte to Timothy, i, IS,
[Hold the pattern of sound words.— B.y.]

Be instant in season, out of season. 4* '•

I have fought a good fight. I have finished
my course, I haye Kept the faith. 4, 7.

[I have fought the good fight, I have
finished the course, I have kept the &ith.«^

A lover of hospitality, a loyer of good
men, sober, just, holy, temperate.

BpUtte to Titus. 1,8,

[Given to hospitality, a loyer of good,
sober-minded, just, holy, temperate. — B.y.j

Unto the pure all things are irure. i, IS.
[To the pure . . . — B.y.]

Your work and labour of love;'

EpUtle to the Hebrews. 6,10.
[Your work and the loye which ye showed
toward his name. — ^B.y.]

Faith is the substance of things hoped f oi^
the evidence of things not seen. 11, 1.

[Faith is the assurance of things hoped
for, the proving of things not seen. — ^B. v.]

\ Strangers and pilgrims on the earth,

U, IS,
Of whom the world was not worthy.

11, S8,

(Compassed about with so great a cloud of

witnesses. It, i.

For whom the Lord loyeth he chasteneth.

It, 6,
The spirits of just men made perfect.

Let brotherly loye continue. -^u^

[Let loye of the brethren continue. —B. v.]

Thereby some have entertained angels
unawares. IS, t.

Marriage is honourable in alL IS, 4.

Blessed is the man that endureth tempta-
tion : for when he is tried, he shall receive
the crown of life. Epistle of James. 1, It.

[ ... for when he hath been approved,
he shall receive the crown of life.— B.y.]


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BreiT good gift and every perfect gift is
from above. BpUUe of Jamei. i, 17.

[Every good gift and every perfect boon
is from above.— B.V.]

Let every man be swift to hear, slow to
speak, slow to wrath. i, 19,

Pure religion and nndefiled. ■"■■ J,t7.
Faith without works is dead. t, tO.

[Faith apart from works is barren.— R.V.]

Behold; how great a matter a little fire
kindleth ! 5, S,

[Behold, how much wood is kindled by
how small a fire !— R. V.]

The tonffue can no man tame ; it is an un-
ruly evil, full of deadly poison. 5, 8.

[ ... it is a restless evil, it is full of
deadly poison,— B.V.]

Out of the same month prooeedeth bless-
ing and cursing. My brethren, these things
ou^t not so to be. 5, iO.

[Out of the same mouth oometh forth
blessing and cursing . . . — B.Y.]

.Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.

For what is your lifbP It is even a
vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and
then vanisheth away. ^, I^.

[What is your life? For ye are a vapour,
that appeareth . . . — R.V.]

Ye have heard of the patience of Job.


Let your yea be yea ; and your nay, my.

5f It.
The prayer of faith shall save the sick.

6, 16.
[ . . . shall save him that is sick.— R.y.]

Be sober, and hope to the end.

First Epistle of Peter, i, 15.
(Be sober and set your hope pofectly.—

All flesh is as grass. i, f^

A peculiar people. t^ 9,

(A people for God's own possession.— R.Y.]

Fear Gk)d. Honour the king, f , 17,

The ornament of a meek and quiet spirit

[Apparel of a meek and quiet spirit —

Giving honour unto the wife, as unto
the weaker vessel 3^ 7.

[Giving honour unto the woman, as unto
the weaker vessel— R.Y.]

Fin^v, be ye all of one mind. S. 8,

[Finally, be ye all likeminded.— R.Y.]

Charity shall cover the multitude of sins.

[Love coweth a multitude of sins.— R. v.]

Be sober, be vijrilant; because vour
adversary the devu, as a roaring lion,
walketh about, seeking whom he may
devour. 5, 8.

[Be sober, be watchful ; your adversary
• • . — ^B.Y.]

No prophecy of the scripture is of any
private interpretation.

Second BpisUe of PeUr. 1, tO.

[No prophecy of scripture is of private
interpretation. — R, Y.]

Not afraid to speak evil of dignities.


tremble not to rail at dignities. —

The dog is turned to his own vomit again.

{See Prov., 26, 11.) f, tt.

{The dog turning to his own vomit again.

Shutteth up his bowels of compassion.

First Epistte of John. 3,17.

[Shutteth up his compassion.- R.Y.]

Perfect love casteth out fear. 4, 18.

A railing accusation. (See 2 Peter, 2, 11.)
Epistte of Jude. 9.
[A raiUng judgement.— R.Y.]

Spots in yuur feasts of chanty. It,

[Hidden rocks in your love-feasts.— R.Y.]

Wandering stars, to whom is reserved the
blackness of darkness for ever. 13,

[Wandering stars, for whom the blackness
of darkness hath been reserved for ever. —

His voice as the sound of many waters.

The ReTelatton. i, IS,
rSia voice as the voice of many waters.

I have somewhat against thee, beoause
thou hast left thy first love. B, 4,

[I have this agamst thee, that thou didst
leave thy first love.— R.Y.]

Be thou faithful unto death, and I will
give thee a crown of life. f , 10.

[ ... the crown of life.— R.V.]

He shall rule them with a rod of iron.

t, t7 and 19, 15.

Thou hast a few names even in Sardis
which have not defiled their garments. 5, 4.

[But thou hast a few names in Sardis
which did not defile their garments. — R.Y.]

I know thy works, that thou art neither
«old nor hot: I would thou wert cold or
hot. 3, 15.

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