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church, not having spot or wrinkle, or any fuch thing; but that it fh ould be holy, and without blemish. 28. So ought men to love their wives, as their own bodies: he that loveth his wife, loveth himself.
29. For no man ever yet hated his own flesh; but nourisheth and cherisheth it, even as the Lord the church : 30. For we are i members of his body, of his flesh, and of his bones. 31. * For this cause ihalla man leave his father and mother, and shall be joined unto his wife, and they two Thall be one flesh. 32. This is a great mystery : but I speak concerning Christ anų the church. 33. Nevertheless
, let every ole of you ini particular, fo love his wife, even as himselfand the wife fec. that the reverence her husband.
Mat. 15. 4.
CH A P. VI.
this is right. 2. ^ Honour thy father and mother, (which is the first commandment with promile) 3 That it may go well with thee, and thou may ít live long on the earth. 4. And ye o fathers, provoke not your children to
wrath: 27 + Cant. 4. 7. Thou art 16. † Deut. 27. 16. † Ecclesia. all fair, my Love, there is n10 Sput fticus 3. 8. 't Mar. 7.10. See on in thee. t Col. 1. :: Eph. 1. 4 See on i Car. 1.8.
4. 1 Sam. 3. 13, 14. I have 30. i ti Cor.6.15. ti Cor. 12. 5 told him, that I will judge his 27. See on Rom. 12. s.
House for ever, for the Iniquity 31. k t Gen. 2. 24. † Mat 19. which he knoweth: because his 5. t 1 Cor. 6. 16. See on Mar. Sons made themselves Vile, and he JO. 7.
restrained them not. And there: 33. ' Efth. 1. 17, 20. This Deed so fore I have sworn unto the House of the Queen shall come abroad of Eli, that the Iniquity of Eli's unto all Women, so that they House shall not be purged with Thall desfile their Husbands in their Sacrifice nor Offering for ever. Eyes, when it shall be reported, of Prov 19. 18Chaften thy som The King Ahasuerus commanded
while there is hope, and let not Vahti the Queen to be brought, thy Soul spare for his crying but the came
When the [Marg. or, to his deftrution). Prov. King's Decree which he shall
22. 15. Foolishness is bound up in make shall be published through, the Heart of a Child, but the Rod out all his Empire, all the Wives of Correction fhall drive it far from Jhall give to their Husi ands honour, him. Prov. 29. 15, 17. The Rod both to great and small.
and Reproof give Wisdom : but a C H A P, VỊ.
Child lift to himself bringeth his Col. 3. 20.
See on Mat. Mother to Thame. Correct thy 15 4
25 Son and he hall give thee rest: * Exod. 20.12. t Deut. s.
wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. s: Servants be obedient to them that P
yea, he shall give delight unto thy bare the loss of it; of my Hand Soul. + Col. 3. 21. Fathers provoke didst thou require it, whether ito-, not your Children to anger, lest len by Day, or stolen by Night, they be discouraged.
ibu Gen. 39. 4, 6. Jofeph found Gen. 18. 19. I know him, that s Grace in his Sight, and he served he will command his Children, and his him : and he made him Overseer Hoúlhold after him, to keep the over his House, and all that he had Way of the Lord:- Deut. 4. 9. he put into his Hand.- He knew -Teach them thy-Sons, and thy Sons not ought he had, save the Bread Sons. + Deut. 6.6, 7, 29. These 10 which he did eat.
Gen. 24. 10, Words which I command thee this 12,33. -All the Goods of his Ma-, Day, shall be in thine Heart. And fter were in his Hand.- O Lord thou shalt teach them diligently un God of my Master Abraham, I pray to thy Children. And when thy thee send me good fpeed this Day, Son asketh thee-in time to come, 15 and thew kindness unto my Master saying, What mean the Testimo Abraham. There was set Meat benies, and the Statutes, and the fore him to eat: but he said, I Judgments which che Lord our will not eat until I have told mine ErGod hath commanded you? Then rand.-Mal. 1. 6. A Son honour. thou shale say unto thy Son.-- Deut. 20 eth his Father, and a Servant his II. 19. Ye shall teach them your Maftcr.- t Col. 3. 22. Servants oChildren, speaking of them when bey in all things your Masters, acthou fittest in thine House, and cording to the Flesh ;, not with when thou walkest by the Way, Eye.service, as Men-pleasers, but when thou lieft down, and when 25 in singleness of Heart, fearing God. thou rifeft up. | Pfal. 78. 4. We ti Tim. 6. 1, 2. Let as many will not hide them from their Chil Servants as are under the Yoke, dren, shewing to the Generation to count their own Masters worthy of all come, the Praises of the Lord, and Honour ; that the Name of God, his Strength, and his wonderful 30 and his Do&trine, be not blafpheWorks that he hath done. Prov. med. And they that have believe 2.2. 6. Train up a child in the l'ay he ing Masters, let them not despise pould go : and when he is old, he them, because they are Brethren: will not depart from it. Ecclesia but rather do them Service, because afticus 7. 23. Haft thou Children, 35 they are faithful and beloved, para infruct them, and bow down their takers of the Benefit.- t Tit. 2. Neck from their Youth. Eccle 9, 10. Exhort Servants to be obedient fiafticus
39. 3. He that teacheth his unto their own Masters, and to son grieveth the Enemy: and be please them well in all things ; noc fore his Friends he thall rejoice of 40 aufwering again, not purloining, him.
but shewing all good Fidelity, that 5. Gen. 31, 38, 39, &c. This they may adorn the Doctrine of twenty Years have I been with God our Saviour in all things. thee; thy Ews and thy She.geats of i Pet. 2. 18. Servants be liaba have not cast their joung, and the 45 jift to your Masters with all fear, Rams of thy Flock have I not eat not only to the good and gentle, en. That which was torn of but also to the froward, Beasts I brought not into thee, I
are your Masters according to the flesh, f with fear and trembling, in a singleness of your heart, as unto Chrift: 6. Not with eye-service, as men-pleasers, but as the servarts of Chrift, doing the will of God from the heart; 7. i With good will doing service, as to the Lord, and not to men. 8. E Knowing that whatsoever good thing any man doth, the same shall he receive of the Lord, whether he be ?bond or free. 9. And ye m masters do the same things unto them, * forbearing [Or, moderating] threatning: know. ing that (1) your master also is in heaven, neither is there n respect of Perfons with him. "10. Finally, my brethren, 9 be strong in the Lord, and in the P power of his might
. u. Put on the whole 9 armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. 12. For we
** 2 Cor. 7.15. See on Phil. or of my Maid feruant, whien they 2. I 2.
contended with me: What then :5 i Chron. 29. 17. I know also, shall I do when God risech up? my God, that thou triest the Heart, and when he visiteth, what fball I and hast pleasure in uprightness. sanswer him? Did not he thar Wifd. 1. i. Think of the Lord made me in the Womb, make him? with a good Heart, and in fimplicity
and did not one fashion us in the of Heart ftek him.
Womb? Ecclefiafticus 7. 20, 21. 1.6.1: Col. 3:- 22: The Words Whereas thy Servant worketh truly, under Ver. 5.
Io intreat him not evil, nor the Hire 7.1. Gen 31. 6. Ye know that ling that bestoweth
himselfwholly with all my Power I have served for thee. Let thy Soul love a good your Father. ; Col. 3.23. What.' Servant, and defraud him not of foever ye do, do it: bcartily, aś to. Liberty. Cól: 4. 1. Mafters, give the Lord, and not unto Men. 15 unto your Servants that which is , 8. + Rom. 2.-6. † 2 Cor. s just and equal, knowing that ye ab : Col 3, 25. See on Mat. to have a Master in Heaven.
n' f Wisd. 6. 7. of Ecclefiafti : Col. 3: II.' See on Acts cus 35. 12. † Rom. 2. II. -: Col
20.3, 25. See on Acts 10.34. 9. Lev. 25. 43. Thou shalt 15.° 2 Tim. 2. 1. My Son, be not rule over him with rigour; but strong in the Grace that is in ihalt fear thy God. Deut. 24. I tio Christ Jesus. 1-5. Thou shalt not oppressan hired: pt Eph. 1. 19. See on Eph. Séruant that is poor and needy, whe-25.3. 16. ther he be of thy Brethren, or of 11. 9.f 2 Cor. 6. 7. $ Thes thy Strangers that are in thy Land
5:8, See on Rom: 13; 12. within thy Gates, At his Day
2 Cor. 2.11. - We are not iga thou shalt give him his hire, neither norant of (Satan) bis Devices. Rev. fall the Sun go down upon it. 3.0 2.74, -As many as have not this
- Job 31. 13, 14, 151 If I did de Doctrine, and which have not Spise the cause of my Man-servant, known the Depths of Satan.
(1) I Some read, both your and their Mafter,
wrestle not against * flesh and blood [Gr. blood and flesha], but against principalities, against powers, against the s rulers of the darkness of this world, against' * spiritual' wickedness. [Or, wicked spirits] in * high [Or, b'avenly] places. ". 13. Wherefore take unto you the whole u armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the a evil day, and * having done all [Or, having overcome all], to stand. 14. Stand therefore, having your & loyns girt about with truth, and have ing on the breast-plate of righteousness; 15: And your
feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace; 16. Above all, taking the e Thield of faith, wherewith ye Shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. 17. And take the f helmet of salvation, and the & sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God: 18. h Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and I watching thereunto with all perseverance, and fupplication for all
19. And for me, that utterance may be given unto me, that I may open my mouth? boldly, to make
known 12. $ + Joh. 14. 30. † Col. s. 13. of God is quick, and powerful, and See on Joh. 12. 31.
jharper than any tw edged Sword, 13. u :: 2 Cor. 10. 4.
piercing even to the dividing aRom. 13. 12°
lunder of Soul and Spirit, and of Eph. 5. 16.
5. the Joints and Marrow, and is a 14. of Isa. 11. 5. t 1 Pet. 1. difcerner of the Thoughts and in13. See on Luk. 12.35.
tents of the Heart. ::: Rev. 1. 16. Ifa. 59. 17. 1 2 Cor. 6. 7. -Out of his Mouth went a sharp two ti Thef. s. 8.
Rom. edged Sword. Rev. 2. 12, 16.13. 12,
Io These things, faith he, which hath 15. di Ifa. 52.7. See on Rom. the Mbarp Sword with two edges,
Repent, or else I will come unto 16. € + 1 Joh. 5. 4. - This is thee quickly, and will fight against the Vi&tory that overcometh the them with the Sword of my Mouth. World, even our Faith.
15 Rev. 19. 15, 21. 010 of his Mouth 17. f † Ifa. 59. 17. i Thef. goeth a sharp Sword, that with it he 5.8. See on Rom. 13. 12.
should ímite the Nations. The 3 Isa. 11.4: -He shall smite Remnant were slain with the Sword the Earth with the Rod of his Mouth, of him that sat upon the Horse, and with the Breath of his Lips shalí 20 which Sword proceeded out of his he slay the Wicked. lsai. 49. 2, MouthHe hath made my Mouth like a
| Rom. 12. 12. Barp Sword. Hof. 6. s. There ti Thef. 5.17. See on Luk. fore have I hewed them by the 18. I. Prophets: I have fain them by 25 i + Mar. 13. 33. See on Mat. the Word's of my Mouth. 2 The
24. 42. 8. Then fhall that wicked 19. k † Col. 4.3. + 2 Thef. 3. be revealed, whom the Lord itall See on Rom. 15. 30. consume with the Spirit of his t . Cor. 3 12.
See on Acts Mouth.- "7 Heb.4. 12, The Tord 30 4. 29.
+ Col. 4.
known the mystery of the gospel: 20. For which I am an m ambassador in n * bonds [Or, a chain]: that* therein EOr, thereof] I may speak boldly, as I ought to speak. 21. But that ye also may know my affairs, and how I do, o Tychicus a beloved brother and faithful minister in the Lord, shall make known to you all things : 22. Whom I have fent une to you for the same purpose, that ye might P know our affairs, and that he might comfort your hearts. 23. Peace be to the brethren, and love with faith from God the Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ. 24. Grace be with all them that love our Lord Jesus Christ * ira 9 sincerity [Org.with incorruption.] Amen.
4 Written from Rome unto the Ephesians by Tychicus.
PHILIP PIANS I.
Year of our Lord 646
all the faints a in Christ Jesus, which are at Philippi, with the bishops and deacons : 2. 6 Grace be unto you, and peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ. 3. I thank my God upon every * remembrance [Or, mention] of you, 4. (Always in every prayer of mine for you. all, making request with joy) 5. For your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until now; 6. Being confident of this very, thing, that. he, which hath begun a good
work i See on 2 Cor. 5. 20.
CHAP. I. n of Acts 28. 20.
f Eph. 3: 1.
T. & f 1 Cor. 1. 2. To them See on Afts
that are fan&tified in Christ Jesus. at Col. 4. 7. + 2 Tim. 4:
2. bf i Pet. 1. 2. See on Rom. f Tit. 3 12. See on Acts 5.1. 7
3 ti Cor. 1, 4. t. Epli. 1.. 72. P. Col. 4.8. Whom (Tychia 16. † Col. 1. 3. ti Thef. 1. 2. cus] I have fent unto you for the See on Rom. 1. 8, fame purpose, that he might know
:: Rom. 12. 13. Distributing your Estate, and comfort your to to the Necessity of Saints. Hearts.
6. et Joh. 6. 29. This is the 241. Tit. 2.7.-In Doctrine
Work of God, that ye believe in him Thewing uncorruptness, gravity, whom he hath fent. t i Thef. 1. fincerity
3. Remembring without cealing, Is your work of Faith, and labour of
I 2 20. 4