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wuld ask who it should be of whom he spake. 25. He hen lying on Jesus breast, faith unto him, Lord, who is it?

6. Jesus answered, He it is to whom 1 shall give a * fop, Or, Morsels when 1 have dipped it. And when he had dip>ed the fop, he gave it to Judas Iscariot, the son of Simon.

7. And after the fop, m Satan entred into him. Then said esus unto him, n that thou dost, do quickly. 28. Now no nan at the table knew for what intent he spake this unto n'm. 29. For some of them thought, because Judas had he0 bag, that Jesus had said unto him, Buy those things that re have need of against the feast: or that he should give omething to the poor. 30. He then having received the op, went immediately out: and it was night. 31. Therefore when he was gone out, Jesus said, Now is the Son of man 'glorified, and q God is glorified in him. 32. r If God be glorified in him, God shall also S glorifie him in himself, and shall straightway glorifie him. 33. Little children, yet a little while 1 am with you. Ye shall u seek me: and as I said unto the Jews, Whither I go, ye cannot come } so now I say unto you. 34. A • new commandment I give unto you,


a'.' Joh. 6. 70. Have not T nour me, I will honour.— f Joh. tkosen you Twelve, and one of 12 23.

)ou is a Devil? See on Ver. 1. "* Joh. 7. 34. Ye (hall seek me,

* Seethe Note on Joh. i. 19. and shall not find me: and where 01 Joh. 12. 6. j I am, thither ye cannot come.

p Joh. 11. jj, 28. Heb. 1. j. t Joh. 8. 21 I go my Way, and ye Who being the Brightness of his &,i\]fiek mt, and shall die in your and the express Image of his Sins: Whither I go, ye cannot '"son, and upholding all things come. '.' Joh. 16. 16. A little j>y the Word cf his Power, when j o whije and ye shall not fee me : and « had by himself purged our again, a little while and ye shall »», sat down on the right Hand see me, because I go to the Fa. "the Majesty on high- 'ther.

qJoh. »i. jo. This spake he, a 11 Joh. 2. 7, 8. Brethren, I "Smfying by what Death he should 15 write no nen> Commandment unto i!"ifit God.— '•: you, but an old Commandment

'tjoh 17. 1, 5, 6.—Father, which ye had from the Beginning: wt Hour is come, glorifie thy Son, the old Commandment is the thy Son also may glorifie thee. Word which ye have heard from An<l now, O Father, glorifie thou a 0 the Beginning. Again, a nevo ComTMe with thine own self, with the mandment I write unto you, which Glory which I had with thee before thing is true in him, and in you.— T World was. I have manifest- 1 Joh. 3. 11. This is the Message TMwy Name unto the Men which that ye have heard from the Beginu gayest me out of the *S ning, that we should /owoneano

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That ye * love one another i as I have loved you, that ye


T wrote a new Commandment unto one another. For all the Lw 5%' thee, but that which we had fulfilled in one Word, even in thi»» from the Beginning, that we love Thou /halt love thy Neighbour utk}. me another.' self. The Fruit of the Spirit s

'* * Lev. 19 18. Thou shalt love 5 love.— Gal. 6. 2. Bear ye one a* thy Neighbour as thy self. Mat. nothers Burdens, and so fulfil the a';. 39. 40. The second is like unto law of Christ. + Eph. 5. 2. Wjflc it, Thou (half love thy Neighbour in love, as Christ also hath Itod as thy self. On these two Com- MS.— Phil. 1. 9. This I pray, that mandments hang all the Law and10 your love may abound yet mtretai the Prophets. Mar. 11. 31. The more in Knowledge, and in all second is like unto it, Thou flialt Judgment. Col. 2. 2. That their* love thy Neighbour as thy self. Hearts may be comforted, being Prov. 15. 17. Better is a Dinner knit together in Love.— CoL }. «4« of Herbs where love if, than a stal- 1J Above all these things, put mCbf Jed Ox, and hatred therewith. rity, which is the Bond of PerfeeV f Joh. 15. 12, 17. This is my ness. 1 Thes. 3. 12 The Lord Commandmenr,That ye love oneano- make you to increase and abound!* thir, as 1 have loved you. These love one towards another, and ttvfit Things I command you, thatyeloall Men, even as we do toward! hveone another. Rom. X2. 9, Jo. you. 1 Thes. 4. 9. As touching Let Love be without Difsimulati- brotherly love, ye need not that 1 on.— Be kindly Affect" ioned one to write unto you: for ye yourselves another; with brotherly low are taught of God to love one another.' Horn. 13. 8, 9, 10, Owe no Man a- ijf 1 Tim! 1. %. The End of the Cmny thing, but to love one another: manctment is Charity, out of a pure fs>r he that loveth another, hath ful- Heart, and of a good Conscience* filled the Law. For this, thou and of Faith unfeigned. 1 Tim. 6, shalt not commit Adultery, Thou 11. - Follow after Righteoufre/ii shalt not kill, Thou shalt not steal, 3° Godliness, Faith, Love, Patience^ Thou seals not bear false witness, Meekness. 2 Tim. 2. 22 —Folio* Thtm ihjlt nor covet; and if Righteousness.Faifh Charity.-"rfrti there be any /kher Commandment, 13,1. Let broth r/y love conrnue* it is briefly Comprehended in this Jam. 2.8. If ye fulfil the royal lam Saying, namely, Thou shalt love thy 3 5 according to the Scripture, ThoJ Neighbour Is thy self. Love worketh shalt love thy Neighbour tsrbrftfi po ill to his Neighbour: therefore ye do well. 1 Per. i. 22. Seeingf* love is the fulfilling of the Law. 1 have purified your S'mls in obey' Cor. 13. 3, 13. Though I bestow in g the Truth through the Spiri'i "all my Goods to feed the Poor, 40 unto unfeigned Love of the 9* and though I give my Body to be thren ; see that ye love one on*^"' burned, and have not Charity, it with a pure Heart fervently. 1 Per> profiteth me nothing Now abi- 2. 17. —Love the Brotherhood — deth Faith, Hope, Charity, these 1 Pet. 3.8.— Love as Brethren,^ three, but the greatest of these is 45 pitiful, be courteous. 1 Pet.4 Charity. Seethe whole Chapter. 1 Above all things have fervent Ci* Cor. 14. I. Follow after Charity.rity among your selves: for Cafty 1 Cor. i(5. 14. Let all your things shall cover the multitude of Sinsbe done with Charity. a Cor. 6. 6. 2 Pet. J. 7. [Add] to godliness, By purenefs,— by love unfeigned.%Qbmhtrlyldndness, to brotherlj-Uni<SaJ. 5. 13,14, 22. —»3y love serve " tip,

one another. 35. b By this shall all men know are my disciples, if ye have love one to another, non Peter said unto him, Lord, whither goest thou? werecl him, Whither I go, thou canst not follow me it thou c shalt follow me afterwards. 37. Peter .0 him, Lord, why cannot I follow thee now? lay down my life for thy fake. 38. Jesus antiim, Wilt thou lay down thy life for my fake? erily I fay unto thee, The cock shall not crow, till ft denied me thrice.


its. 1 Toh. J. 9, 10, 11. if God so loved us, we ought also

aith he is in the Light, to love one another. If a Man fay I

tb bis Brother, is in Dark- love God, and hateth his Brother, he

n. until now. He that is a Liar: for he that loveth not hit

is Brother abideth in the 5 Brother whom he hath seen, how

id there is none occasion can he love God whom he hath not

ling in him. But he that seen? And this Commandment

bis Brother is in Dark- have we from him, that he who

i Joh. 3. 10, ii, 14,16, loveth God, love his Bro:her also. Whosoever doth not10 ,bti Joh. 2. y. Whoso ieepetb

usnese, is not of God, net- his Word, in him verily is the Love

that loveth mt his Brother, of God perfected: hereby know

! is the Message that ye we that we are in him. f 1 Joh.

rrnthe Beginning, that we 4- 20. The Pf'e^i und-.t Ver. 34. ve one another. —He that 15 c Joh. 21. 18. — When thou

wt his Brother abideth in shalt be old, thou {h'lt stretch forth

"s Hereby perceive we thy Hai ds, and another {hall gird

e of God, because he laid thee, and can y thee whither thou

is Life for us: and we wouldib nor. t 1 Pet. 1. 14. 0 lay down uur Lives for the 2° Knowing thar shortly I muHput

Mv 'ittle Children, let off this my Tabernacle, even as

vein Word, neither in Tongue, our Lord Jesus Christ hath ftew

Oeed and in Truth. ) his is ed me t Aits 12. 7, 4. He [He

nmandmenr, thar wesliould rodj procei-ded farther to take Pern rhe Nan;e of his Son 25'<" a|s°- And when he had appre

-hvist, at d love one another, bended him, he put him in Prh

gave us Commandment. 1 fen.—

7, 8,n, 2c, 21. Beloved, a Mar. 14. 31. He spake the more

ove one another: for Love Js vehemently, If I should die with i and every one thar loveth 3° thee, I will not deny thee in

of ti'od, and knoweth God. anywise. See on Mat. 16. 33,

ir loveth not, knoweth not 34> for God is love. Beloved,


LE T not your heart be » troubled: ye believe in God, believe also b in me. 2. In my Fathers house are many r mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you: CI; to prepare a place for you. 3. And if I go and d prepare, place tor you, I will e come again and receive you unto 1 lelf, that f where I am, there ye may be also. 4. And wr ther 1 go ye know, and the 8 way ye know. 5. Them laith unto him, Lord, we know not whither thou goest,an how can we know the way? 6. Jesus sa-ith unto him, I ant? the h way, and the 1 truth, and the k life: 1 no man comets unto the Father but by me. 7. If ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also: and from henceforth ye know him, and have seen him. 8. Philip laith unto him, Lord, sliew us the Father, and it sufficeth us. 9. Jesus laiti unto him, Have I been so long t'me with you, and yet ha4 thou not known me, Philip? m he that hath seen me, hat'

* Ver. 27, 28. '.'Joh.-16. 22. p. 8. The Holy Ghost this signifS —I Will see you again, and your ing that the Way into the Holio Heart shall rejoice, and your Joy no of all, was not yet made ma JVlan taketh from you. fest.—

b Act. 8.37. I believe that Je-S 't Joh. 1. 17. Graoe and TrinjA fits Chritt is the Son of God. came by Jesus Christ. Joh. 8.31.

c Joh. 16 16. \go to the Fa. Ye shall know the Truth, and the ther. '. Joh. 13. }j, %6. Truth shall make you free. H

d Heb.6.10. Whither [viz. with- kf Joh. 1.4. In him was Lifu in the Vail] the Fore-runner is for10 and the Life was the Light OE us entred, even Jesus.—i Men. Joh. 6.33. The Bread of

c t Ver. 18, 28. See on Acts God is he which cometh do** I. II. from Heaven, and giveth Life unto

f + See. on Joh. f2. 26. the World. Joh. 10.28. I 4

■ * t Acts 14. 22. We must thro' 1J give unto them Eternal Lift.-*, much Tribulation enter into the T Joh. 11. 2 j I am the Refurresti: Kingdom of God, on and the Lift: he that believeA

h Isa. 3 5. 8. An high Way shall in me, though he were dead, yet be there, and a Way, and it shall shall he live. be called the Way of Holiness 52° 1 fjoh. 10. 9. See on 1 Timthe Unclean shall not pass over a. 5.

it.— Joh. 3. 16. God so loved the mfJoh. 12. 45*. He that fitti World, that he gave his only be- me,seethhim that sent me. sCor gotten Son, that whosoever he- 4. 4. Christ, who is the hn*lt of lieveth in h;m should not perish, but 25 God. — '.' Col. 1. 1 j. Who is the have everlasting Life. Acts 4. 12. Image of the invisible God, the first Neither is there Salvation in any born of every Creature. Heb. >■ other: for there is none ether Name 3. Who being the Brightmsi of tinder Heaven given among Men his Glory, and the express Int'i'- ■ whereby we must be saved. \ Heb. 30 his Penan.—

i Father j and how sayft thou then, sliew us the Fa

I o. Believest thou not that n 1 am ° in the Father, and her in me? the words that p I speak unto you, I >t of my self: but the Father that dwelleth in me, he he works. 11. Believe me that I am in the Father,

Father in me: or r else believe me for the very

ake. 12. Verily verily I say unto you, He that * be

ori rae, the works that I do, mail lie do also, and

r works than thele shall he do •, because I go unto my

13. And whatsoever ye shall a ask in my name,

II I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. e shall ask any thing in my name, I will do it. 15. ; b love me, (l) keep my Commandments. 16. And

I will

ir. 20. "See on Mar. 16.17, 18.

1. 10. 38. Though ye be- * t Mat. 21.22. + Mar. ti. 54. me, believe the Works: fjoh. 15. 7. t Joh. 16. 23. ti *ay know and believe that Joh. 3. 22. f 1 Joh. 5. J4. See on ler // in me, and Yin him.% Mat 7.7.

7. 21, 23. That they all bt Ver. 21,23. t Joh. iy. 10, one, as thou, Father, art in 14. If ye keep my Commandments, I in thee.— I in them,and ye shall abide in my Love —Yc me, that they may be are my Friends if ye do whatsorfectin one.— 10 ever I command you. f 1 Joh. y«

oh. 5.19. The Son can do 3. This is the Love of God, that of himself, but what he we keep his Commandments: and s Father do. t Joh. 8. 38. his Commandments are not grie. See on Joh. 7. 16. vous. 1 Joh. 3. 24. He that keep

.3. a. —No Man can </»j.ethhis Commandments dwelleth in iracles that thou dost except him— 1 ]oh. 2. 3, 5. Hereby with him. do we know that we know him,

. j. 36. I have a greater if we keep his Commandments. s than that of John: for the Whoso keepeth his Word, in him hich the Father hath given J0 verily is the Love of God perfectirristi, the fame Worts which ed. 2 Joh. ver. 6. This is Love, ;ar witness of me, that the that we walk in his Command' hath sent me. mentt.—

Aar. 2i. 21. See on Mat.


TMe may hence learn, that all Pretensions to love God, if we refuse him, are vain and of no Account. We may farther learn, that itive which should influence us to obey God, and to perform every id Part of Religion lhould be Love. The first Beginnings ofConver»y probably arise from fear of Punishment, but we must not stop forthegreat Principle we should be governed by, and which will our Obedience easie and delightful, is Love, not a slavish Fear. A >t performs the fame Action; and Comn.ands which a Child does, ey are not so acceptable and pleasing; because the former acts

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