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ye are " complete in him, which is the s head of all principality and power. 11. In whom also ye are circumcised with the circumcision made without hands, in a putting off the body of the fins of the flesh, by the circumcision of Chrift: 12. • Buried with him in baptism, wherein also ye are risen with him through the faith of the operation of God, who hath d raised him from the dead. 13 And you being dead in your fins, and the uncircumcision of your fleth, hath he quickned together with him, having forgiven you all trespaises, 14. f Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his cross
. 15. And having a spoiled principalities and powers, he made a fhew of them openly, triumphing over them in *.it [Or, himself]. 16. Let no man therefore judge you * in 5 meat or in drink [Or, for eating and drinking.], or
10.". Joh. 1. 16. Of his Fulness make in himself of twain, one new have all we received, and Grace for Man, fo making Peace; and that Grace. Eph. 3. 19. That ye he might reconcile both unto might be filled with all the Fulnefs God in one Body by the cross, hav, of God.
sing fiain the Enmity thereby. Heb. siť Col. 1. 16. † Eph. 1. 20. 7. 18. There is verily a disanula See on Rom. 8. 38.
ling of the commandment going before, 11. "+ Deut. 30. 6.
+ Jer. 4. for the weakness and unprofitable4. + Rom. 2; 29. + Phil. 3. 3. ness' thereof. Heb. 9. 10. Which See on Acts 7.51.
10 stood only in Meats and Drinks, * † Rom. 6. 6. Col. 3. 8, 9.
and divers Waihings and carnal See on Eph. 4. 22.
Ordinances imposed on them until 12. 67 Rom. 6. 4. Therefore the time of Reformation.
Heb. 10. We are buried with him by Baptism 9. -He taketh away the first, that into Death: that like as Christ 15 he may establish the second. was raised up from the Dead by
15. 6 Gen. 3. 15. + Pfal.68. the Glory of the Father, even so 18. + Ifa. 53. 12.
+ Mat. 12. 29. we also thould walk in newness of t Luk.'11. 22. t Joh. 16. 11. Life.
† Eph. 4.8. Eph. 6. 12. See on See on Eph. 20:Joh. 12. 31.
16, h Lev. 11. 2. Speak unto See on A&ts 2. 24.
the Children of Israel, saying, 13. † Eph. 2. 1, 5,6. See on These are the Beasts which ye fall
eat among all the Beasts that are 14. € Rom 6. 14..
Ye are not 2.5 on the Earth. † Rom. 14. 2, 3, under the Low, but under Grace. 10. One believeth that he may, Rom. 7. 4. My Brethren, ye also
eat all things: another who is are become dead to the Law by the
Weak eatech Herbs. Let not him Body of Christ. † Eph. 2. 15, 16.
that eateth, despise him that eatHaving abolished in his Flesh the En-30 eth not ; and let not him which mity, even the Law of commandments,
eateth not, judge him that.eateth : contained in Ordinances, for to
© $ Eph. 3: 7.
respect [Or, part] of an i holy-day, or of the newmoon, or of the fabbath-days: 17. Which are at thadow of things to come; but the body is of Christ. 18. 1 Let no man * beguile [Or, judge against] you of your reward, * in a volun ary [Or, being a voluntary in] humility, and worshipping of angels, intruding into those things in which he hath not leen, vainly puft up by his fleshly mind; 19. And not holding the n'head, from which all the body by joints and bands having nourishment miniftred, and knit together, increaseth with the increafe of God. 20. Wherefore if ye be dead with Christ p from the * rudiments [Or, elements] of the world; 9 why as though living in the world, are ye
ye subject to ordinances, (Touch rot, taste not, handle not: 22. Which all are to perish with the using) I after the commandments and do&trines of men? 23. Which things have indeed a fhew of wisdom in " will-worship, and humility, and * neglecting [Or, parishing, or, not sparing ] of the body, not in any honour to the fatisfying of the flesh.
CHAP for God hath received him. Why foolish Prophets; that follow thei doit thou judge thy Brother? or own Spirit, and have seen notbing. why dost thou set at nought thy :: Tim. 1. 7. Desiring to be Brother ? for we shall all stand be. Teachers of the Law, understand fore the Judgment-seat of Christ. sing neither what they say, nor whereRom. 14. 17. The Kingdom of of they affirm. God is not Meat and Drink, but 19. 1 t Eph. 4. 15, 16. See on Righteousness, and Peace, and joy Rom. 12. s: in the holy Ghost:
20.0 + Rom 7.4, 6. Gal. 2. :i Lev. 23. 2,60.--Concerning 10 19. See on Rom. 6.2. the Feafts of the Lord which ye 'p See on Ver. 8. Shall proclaim to be holy Convoca q; Gal. 4. 3. Even fo we , when tions, even these are my Feafts, we were Children, were in bondag: &c.
+ Gal. 4. 10. Ye obferve under the Elements of the World. Days, and Months, and Times, and 15
Ifa. 29. 13. - This PeoYars.
ple draw near me with their !7. k. t Heb 8. 5. Who serve un Mouth, and with their Lips do to the Example and Shadow of here honour me, but have removed their ivenly things, as Mofes was admo. Heart far from me, and their fear nilhed of God, when he was about 20 toward iné is taught by the Precept of to make the Tabernacle. Heb; Men. † Mat. 1s 9. In vain do they 9. 23. It was therefore neceffary worship me, teaching for Dofrinis that the patterns of things in the the cominandments of Men. Feavens hould be purified with 1. 14 Not giving heed to Jewith there.- 7 Heb. 10. 1. The Law 25 Fables, and conmmandments of Mir having a Skedow of good things to that turn from the Truth. come...d
23. st i Tim
8. Bodily Exera 18.! See on Rom, 16. 18. cife profiteth little
+ Ezék, 13. 3. Wo into the Ver. 18.1.
С Н А A P. III. F ye then be a risen with Christ, seek those things
which are above, where Christ fitteth on the right hand of God. 2. Set your * affection [Or, mind] on things above, not on things on the earth. 3. For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God. 4. When Christ who is d our life shall appear, then thalle
ye also appear with him in glory. 5. * Mortifie therefore 8 your members which are upon the earth; " fornication, uncleannels, , inordinate affection, i evil concupiscence, and covetoufiefs, k which is idolatry : 6. For which things fake the 'wrath of God cometh on the children of disobedience. 7. m In the which ye also walked sometime when ye lived in them. 8. But now you alson put off all these; anger, wrath, malice, blafphemy, ° filthy communication out of your mouth.
P Lie not one to another, seeing that ye have 9 put off the old man with his deeds; 10. And have put on the new man, which is ' renewed in knowledge, s after the image of him that created him. II. Where there is neither a Greek nor Jew, circumcision nor uncircumcision, barbarian, Scythian, bond nar free: but Chrift
+ Rom. 6. s. If we have Luft of Concupiscence, even as the been planted together in the Like Gentiles which know nor God. ness of his Death: We shall be
k See on Eph. 5.5; also in the Likeness of his Refurre&ti. 6. ' 7 Eph. 2. 2. † Eph. 5. 6. on. † Eph. 2. 6. And hath raised st Rev. 22. 15. See on Rom. s up together, and made us sit together in heavenly Places in 7.1 † Rom. 7.5. :: Tit. 3. 3. Christ Jesus.
+ Col. 2. 12. Buried See on i Cor. 6. II. with him in Baptism, wherein al. 8. n t 1 Pet. 2. 1. See on Eph. fo you are risen with him through 10 4. 22. the Faith of the Operation of
0.; Eph. 5. 4.
See on Eph. God.
4. 29. | Eph. 1. 20. See on Mat. 9.
P See on Eph. 4. 25.
I See on Eph. 4. 22. 3. | Gal. 2. 20. f Col. 2. 20.15 10. ' † Rom. 12. 2. See on Eph. See on Rom. 6.2.
4.23, 24 4: d. See on Joh. 14.6.
Gen. 1. 26. And God said, ti Cor. i 5. 43. + 1 Joh. 3: Let us make Man in our Image, af2. See on Phil. 3.21.
ter our Likeness. 5. See on Rom 8. 13.
u See on Eph. 2. 10.
t i Cor. h † Eph. s. 3. See on
12. 13. | Gal. 3. 28.
Gal. 5. 6.
Şię on Acts 10.35. Hii Thel, 4. s. No in th>
14. And fa.
is all and in all. 12. Put on therefore (as the elect of God, holy and beloved) d bowels of mercies, kindness, humbleness of mind, meekness, long-suffering ; 13. Forbearing one another, and 'e forgiving one another, if any man have a * quarrel [Or, complaint] against any: even as Chrift forgave you, so also da ye, bove all these things put on charity, which is the 3 bond of perfetness. 15. And let the h
peace of God rule in your hearts, to the which also ye are called in one body ; and be ye thankful. 16. Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom;, teaching and admonishing one another in k psalms, and hymns, and spiritual longs, singing with
your hearts to the Lord. 17. And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, de all in the name of the Lord Jesus, n giving thanks to God and the Father • by him.
by him. 18. P Wives, submit your selves unto your own husbands, as it is a fit in the Lord. 19. Husbands love your wives, and be not s bitter against them. Children, obey your parents a in all things: for this is well-pleasing unto the Lord.
See on Eph. 4. 24.
4.7. See on Joh. 16.33. !! Thef.
4. Knowing, † Eph. 4.-4. See on Rom. 19. Brethren, beloved, your Eleétion
4,5. of God. See the Note on Mat. 16. tio Cor. 14. 26. See on 24, 24
5 Eph., s. 19; Gal. 5. 22. The Fruit of the
1 Col. 4.6.
See on Eph. Spirit is Love, Jay, Peace, Long 4. 29. fuffering, gentlene's, goodness.
m See on I Cor. 10. 31. Eph. 4. 2, 32. With all Lowli. n See on Rom. 1. 8. nefs and Meekness, with Long-Suffer- 10 + Ephi 5. 20. † Heb. 13. 15: ing, forbearing one another in See on Rom. 1. 8. Love. Be ye kind one to another, 18.P 4 Eph. 5. 22. † Tit 2. 5. tender hearted, forgiving one ano t i Pet. 3. 'I. ther, even as God for Christs fake
II. 3. harha forgiven you. Phil. 2 1. If 15 9.: Eph5.3. Fornication, and there be therefore any Consolation all Uncleanness, or Covetousness, in Christ, if any comfort of Love, let it not be once named amongst if any fellowship of the Spirit, if you, as becometh Saints. any Bowels and Mercies.
19.57 Eph. 5. 25. ti Pet, j. 13: :: Eph. 4. 32. See on Mat. 207. See on 1 Cor. 7.-3.
$: Eph.4.31. Let all Bitternes, 34. Pet. 4.8. : Eph. 5. 2. and Wrath, and Anger, -be put . Col. 2. 2. See on Joh. 13.34. away from you.
8 Iph. 4. 3. Endeavouring to 20." ti Éph. 6.1. See on Mat. keep the Unity of the Spirit in the 25
55.4: Bond, of Peace.
+ Tit. 2. 9. See on Eik 15. Rom. 14.17. † Phil. 5. 24.
h ferve į shall re
b Fathers, provoke not your children to anger, left they
CH A P. IV.
juft and equal, knowing that ye also have a Mafter in heaven, 2. Continue in prayer, and watch in the same with thanksgiving. 3. Withal, praying also for us, that God would d open unto us a door of utterance, to speak the e mystery of Christ, for which I am also in bonds: 4. That I may make it manifest, as I ought to
f Walk in wisdom toward them that are withOut, redeeming the time. 6. Let your speech be
alway See on Eph. 6.4.
ti Pec. 1. 17. : Deut. 10. 17. 22. + 1 Tim. 6.
See on A&ts 10.34. 2. 9. to Pet. 2. 18.
CH A P. IV. Eph, 6.5.
1. a See on Eph. 6. 9. d See on Eph. s: 24.
b † Rom. 12. 12. + Eph. 6. eli Philem. Ver. 16. Not now 18. ti Thef. 5. 17. See on Luk. as a Servant, but above a Servant, a Brother beloved, both in the
cf Eph. 6. 19: f 2 Thef. 3. Flch, and in the Lord.
1. See on Rony. 15.30. 23. See on Eph. 6.6,7.
ti Cor. 16. 9. T 2 Cor. 2. 12. 24. 5. Eph. 6. 8. Knowing that See on Afts 14, 27. whatsoever good thing any Man et Mat. 13. IL.
+ 1 Cor. 4. I. doth, the same shall he receive of the + Eph. 6. 19. + Col. 1. 26. Col. Lord, whether he be Bond or
See on Eph. 3.4. 15
5.' + Eph. 5. 15. See then that I Cor. 7. 22. He that is cal.
ye walk circumspectly, not as Fools, led in the Lord, being a servant, but as wife. is the Lord's free.man : Likewise 3.7 : Thes. 4. 52. See on Mar. alto he that is called being free, is Chrilts Servant. Eph. 6. 6. Not 20 ' n t Eph. 5. 16 Redeeming the with Eye-service, as Men-pleasers, Time, because the Days are Evil. but as the Servants of Christ, doing Dan. 2.8. The King answered and the Will of God from the Heart.. faid, I know of certainty that ye 25. See on Mat. 16.27.
would gain the Time + Rom. 2.' il.
; Eph. 6.9.25