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apostle of the Gentiles, I magnifie mine office: 14. If by any means I may provoke to emulation them which are my flesh, and might P lave some of them. 15. For if the casting away of them be the reconciling of the World; what fall the receiving of them be, but life from the dead ? 16. For if the first-fruit be holy, the lump is also holy: and if the root be holy, so are the branches. 17. And if some of the 9 bran. ches be broken off, and thou being a "wild olive-tree, wert s graffed in * amongst [Or, for] them, and with them partakest of the root and fatness of the olive-tree; 18. u Boast not against the branches: but if thou boast, thou bearest not the root, but the root thee. 19. Thou wilt say then, The branches were broken off, that I might be graffed in. 20. Well; because of unbelief they were broken off, and thou standeft by faith. Be plot high-minded, but a fear. 21. For if God fpared not the natural Branches, take heed left he also spare not thee. 22. Behold therefore the goodness, and severity of God: on them which feil, severity ; but towards thee, goodness, 6 if thou con
tinue 14. P Mat. 18. 15. If he shall with the noise of a greatTumult he hear thee, chou hast gained thy Bro- hath kindled Fire upon it, and the tkér. tı Cor.7.16. For what know. Branches of it are broken. eft thou, O Wife, whether thou Eph. 2. 12. At that time ye shalt Save thy Husband ! Or how s were without Christ, being Aliens knoweft thou, O Man, whether from the Common-wealth of Israel, thou shalt fave thy Wife? tCor. and Strangers from the Covenants 9.19, 22. -I made my self a Ser. of Promise, having no bope, and vant unto all, that I might gain the without God in the World. more. I am made all things 1080 s Eph. 3. 6. That the Gentiles all Men, that I might by all means should be Fellow.beirs, and of the Save Acme. to Tim. 4. 16. Take fame Body, and partakers of his Pro. heed unto thy felf, and unto thy mise in Chrift, by the Gospel. Do&trine; continue in them: for 18.+ 1 Cor. 13 12. The Words in doing this, thou fhalt both fave 15 under Ver. 20. thy self and then that hear thee. 20. a + Prov. 28. 14. Happy is + Jam. 5. 20. He thar converteth a the Man that feareth alway: but he Sinner from the Error of his Way, thar hardneth his Heart Thall fall Shall lave a Soul from Death - into Mischief. + Ifa. 66. 2. To
Pet. 3. 1. Likewise ye Wives, a'o this Man will I took, even to him te in subjection to your own that is poor, and of a contrire Spi. Husbands, that if any obey nor the rit, and trombleths at my Word, Word, they also may without the ti Cor10. 12. Let him that think. Word be ivon by the Conversation of cth he standerh, take heed left he ihe Hives. Jude ver. 23. Others as fall. † Phil. 2. 12. - Work out Jasje wash fear, pulling them out your own Salvation with fear and of the Fire
trembling 19. 4 Jer. 11. 16. The Lord 22. b to Cor. 15. 2. By which filled thy Name, A green Olive. alsoʻye are saved, if ye keep in Me• Tiec, talf and of goodly Fruit : 30
tinue in his goodness: otherwise thou also shalt be cut off, 23. And they also, if they bide not still in unbelief, shall be graffed in: for God is able to d graff them in again. 24. For if thou wert cut out of the olive-tree which is wild by nature, and were graffed contrary to nature into a good olive-tree; how much more shall these which be the natural branches, be graffed into their own olive-tree?, 25. For I would not brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery (left ye should be wife in your own conceits) that * blindness (Or, hardness] in part is happened to Ifrael, e until the fulnefs of the Gentiles be come in. 26. And so all Ifrael shall be saved: as it is written, f There fhall come out of Sion the deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob. 27. For this is my Covenant unto them, when I shall take away their fins. 28. As concerning the gospel, they are enemies for your fake: but as touching the election, they are beloved for the 3 fathers fake. 29.
For mory what I preached unto you, Psal. 14.7. O that the Salvation of unless ye have believed in vain. Israel were come out of Zion. 1 Heb. 3. 6, 14. -Whose House Isa. 27. 9. By this therefore shall are we, if we hold fast the Confi- the iniquity of Jacobbe purged, dence, and the rejoicing of the sand this is all the Fruit to iake aHope firm unto the End, -For we way his Sin.- t Jer. 31. 31, 6, are made Partakers of Christ, if we Behold, the Days comé, faith the hold the beginning, of our Confi- Lord, that I will make a new Cove. denče stedfast unto the End. . nant with the House of Israel, and
Joh. 15. 2. Every Branch in !o with the House of Judab,&c. † Heb, me that bearech noc Fruit, he ta 8.8. For finding Fault with this, keth away; and every Branch that he faith, Behold, the Days come beareth Fruit, he purgeth it, that (faith the Lord) when, bc. as in it may bring forth more Fruit. Jeremiah. † Heb. 10. 16. This is
23. + 2 Cor. 3. 16. Neverthe, 15 the Covenant that I will make with hels, when it shall turn to the Lord, them, after those Days, saith the the Vail shall be taken away.
Lord, I will put my Laws into 25. + Luk. 21. 24. -Jerusa- their Hearts, and in their Minds lem thall be trodden down of the will I wrice chem.. Gentiles, until the Times 'of the 20 28. 8 Gen. 17. 7. I will eftaGentiles be fulfilled. :: Rev. 7.9. blith my Covenant between me,
Eter this, I beheld, and lo, a great and thee, and thy Seed after thee in Multitude, which no Man could their Generations, for an everlasta Number, of all Nations, and Kin- ing Covenant ; to be a God unto wicas, and people, and Tongues, 25 thee, and thy Seed after thee. before the Throne, and be. Lev. 26. 44. When chey, be in the
Land of their Enemies, I will not : Ifa. 59. 20. The Redeema, cast them away, neither will I ab. dall come to Zion, and unto hor them, to deltroy them utterly,
that turn from Tranfgression 30 and to break my Covenant with " Jacob, faith the Lord." I See phein: for I am the Lord cheir God,
fore the Lamb.
For the gifts and calling of God are without repentance, 30. For as ye in times past have not * believed [Or, obeyed] God, yet have now obtained mercy through their unbelief : 31. Even so have these also now not * believed [Or, obeyed], that through your mercy they also may obtain mercy. 32. For i God hath * concluded them all [Or, put them all up together] in unbelief, that he might have mercy upon all. ' 33. O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and know, ledge of God! how & unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out! 34. For who hath' known the mind of the Lord, or who hath been his counseller? 35. Or who hath first mgiven to him, and it shall be recompenTed unto him again? 36. For n of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to *whom [Gr. him] be glory for ever. Amen. '
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unto me, to every man that is among you, i not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think; but to think * soberly (Gr. to fobriety] according as God hath * dealt to every man the measure of faith. 4. For as we have many ! members in one body, and all members have not the same office. S. Som wę being many are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another.
n t Prov. 25.27.--For Men to very Part, maketh the Increafe of Search their own Glory, is not Glory. the Body, unto the edifying of it † Eccl. 7.16. -Neither make thy self in Love.. self over-wise. Prov. 3. 7. Be s. ¡ Cor. 6. 15. Know ye not not wife in thine own Eyes - Prov. S that your Bodies are the Members of 26. 16. The Sluggard is wifer in Chrift.- t Cor, 10. 17. We his own Conceit than seven Men that being many, are one Bread, and one can render a Reason. Ifa. s. 21. Body.-- 1 Cor. 11.3. -The Head Wo unto them that are wife in of every Man is Chrift.-; I Cor. their own Eyes, and prudent in 10 12. 20, 27. But now are they, m4 their own Sight. Rom. 11. 20, ny Members, yet but one Body. 25. Be not high-minded, buc. Now ye are the Body of Chrilt, fcar.- Left ye should be wise in and Members in particular. Eph. your opon Conceits. Rom. 12. 16. 1. 22, 23. <And gave him, to be - Be nor wise in your own Conceits. Is the Head over all things to the
Mat. 25. 15. Unto one he gave Church, which is his Body.-- Eph.2, five Talents, to another two, to ano. 16, 21. That he might reconcile, ther one, to every Man according to both unto God in one Body by the his several Ability... if Cor. 12. Cross, In whom all the Building 7, 11. The Manifestation of the 20 fitly framed together, groweth unSpirit, is given to every Man to do an holy Temple in the Lord. profit withal. All these worketh Eph. 4. 12, 15, 16, 25. -For the that one and the felt-fame Spirit, Edifying of the Body of Chrift. But dividing to every Man ieverally as speaking the Truth in Love, may he will. † Eph. 4. 7. Unto every 2 grow up into him in all things, one of us is given Grace according which is the Head, even Christ : to the Measure of the Gift of Christ. from whom, c. as under Ver. 4.
4. !t i Cor. 12. 12, 13. As the Wherefore putting away Lying, Body is one, and hath many Menze fpeak every Man Truth with his bers, and all the Members of that one , Neighbour: for we are Members Body, being many, are one Body; so one of another. Eph. s. 23, 30. alfo is Christ. For by one Spirit Christ is the Head of the Church, are we all baptized into one Body. We are Members of his Body, of † Eph.4. 4, 16. There is one Body, his Flesh, and of his Bones. Col. and one Spirit, even as ye are cal., 1.18, 24. He is the Head of the led in one hope of your Calling.” Body the Church. Who now re. From whom (Christ] the whole Bou joice in my Sufferings for you, dy fitly joined togecher and come and fill up that which is behind of pacted by that which every joint the Alfictions of Chrilt in my fupplieth, according to the effe&tu-40 Flesh, for his Bodies Cake, which is al Working in the Measure of en the Church. : : ;