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The earnest care of Titus.


God loveth a cheerful giver.

m Ex. 16. 18.

ing, Ge 11. ISID.

no lack.


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D ver. 6.

& 19. 17.

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Phil 4. 19.

Ver. 4, 6, 7.

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E Hog. 10. 12,
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A. D. 60. 14 But by an equality, that now at come with me, and find you unpre- A. D. 60.

this time your abundance may be a pared, we (that we say not, ye)
supply for their want, that their should be ashamed in this same con-
abundance also may be a supply for fident boasting.
your want; that there may be equal.: 5 Therefore I thought it necessary
ity :

to exhort the brethren, that they
15 As it is written, mHe that had would go before unto you, and make
gathered much had nothing over; up beforehand your bounty, where- + Gr. bloss.
and he that had gathered little had of ye had notice before, that the same

might be ready, as a matter of boun- 27. 2 King 16 But thanks be to God, which put ty, and not as of covetousness. the same earnest care into the heart 6' But this I say, He which soweth of Titus for you.

much we sparingly shall reap also sparingly ;

ci before 17 For indeed he accepted the ex- and he which soweth bountifully Pror, 11.2 hortation ; but being more forward, shall reap also bountifully. of his own accord he went unto 7 Every man according as he pur

7, 9. you.

poseth in his heart, so let him gire; och. 12. 18. 18 And we have sent with him ° the not grudgingly, or of necessity : for s Degt 15.7. brother, whose praise is in the gospel God loveth a cheerful giver.

H Ex. 25,95 throughout all the churches;

8 i And God is able to make all 19 And not that only, but who was grace abound toward you ; that ye, p1 Cor. 16. 3, also P chosen of the churches to travel always having all sufficiency in all

i Prov. 11.21 I. Or, gift, with us with this grace, which is ad- things, may abound to erery good

ministered by us 9 to the glory of the work :
same Lord, and declaration of your 9 As it is written, "He hath dispers- EPs. 1129.
ready inind:

ed abroad; he hath given to the poor:
20 Avoiding this, that no man should his righteousness remaineth for ever.
blame us in this abundance which is 10 Now he that 'ministereth seed l Is. 53. 10.
administered by us :

to the sower both minister bread for 21 ' Providing for honest things, not your food, and multiply your seed only in the sight of the Lord, but also sown, and increase the fruits of your in the sight of men.

m righteousness : 22 And we have sent with them our 11 Being enriched in every thing to brother, whom we have oftentimes all bountifulness, which causeth 1 Or, liberali proved diligent in many things, but through us thanksgiving to God. juicity, che

now much more diligent, upon the 12 For the administration of this 1 Or, he hath. great confidence which I have in service not only supplieth the want you.

of the saints, but is abundant also o eh. & 14. 23 Whether any do inquire of Titus, by many thanksgivings unto God; 1 he is my partner and fellow helper 13 While by the experiment of concerning you: or our brethren be this ministration they glorify God P Matt 5. 16. inquired of, they are the messengers for your professed subjection unto of the churches, and the glory of the gospel of

rist, and for your

liberal a distribution unto them, and
24 Wherefore shew ye to them, and , unto all men;
before the churches, the proof of your

14 And by their prayer for you,
love, and of our + boasting on your be- which long after you for the exceed-

ing 'grace of God in you.

15 Thanks be unto God for his

unspeakable gift.
The apostle sheweth why, though he knew their for.
wardness, he yet xent litus and his brethren before-

hand; fi and erhorteth them to give bountifully. 15

Against those who disparaged his bodily presence and
God's unspeakuble git.

speech, he asserteth his spiritul might and Utara
LOR as touching a the ministering

ty; 12 and reproveth them for stretching themselres

beyond their measure, and for bursting themselves to the saints, it is superfluous of other men's labours. ch. 8. 4. Gal. | for me to write to you:

I Paul myself beseech you

your mind, for which I boast of you of Christ, wholl in presence am base
to them of Macedonia, that d Achaia among you, but being absent am bold
was ready a year ago; and your zeal toward you :
hath provoked very many.

2 But I beseech you, that I may ech. 8. 6, 17, 3 « Yet have I sent the brethren, 'not be bold when I am present with

lest our boasting of you should be that confidence, wherewith I think to
in vain in this behalf; that, as I be bold against some, which I think of , 1 Or, reskon.
said, ye may be ready :

us as if we walked according to the
4 Lest haply if they of Macedonia flesh.

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2 Tim. 2. 3. (Acts 7. 22. I Cor. 2.5, ch. 6. 7. & 13. 3, 4. 6 Jer. 1. 10. hi Cor. 1. 19.

& 3. 19. ich. 13. 2, 10. * ch.2, 3, 4

7. 15. I Juli 7. 24. ch. 5. 12. & 11. 18. m I Cor. 14. 37. 1 John 4. 6. Al Cor. 3. 23. & 9. I. chi, 11. 23. och. 13. 10. p ch 7. 14. & 12. 6..

Lev, 21. 13.
Gen. 3. 4.
John 8. 4

Col. 2. 4, 8,

1. 3. & 4. 1.
Heb. 13. 9.
2 Pet. 3. 17.


ch. 12. 11.
Gal. 2. 6.

+ Gr. saith he. 41 Cor. 2. 3,

1 ver. 1.

& 2. I, 13.
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Gul. 1. 13. III Cor. 1. 17.

2. I, 4. ci. 11. 6.


nch. 4. 2. &
5. 11. & 12
n Acts 18. 3.
I Cor. 9. 6.
12. ch. 10.1.


against the knowledge of God, and and indeed I bear with me.
bringing into captivity every thought 2 For I am "jealous over you with
to the obedience of Christ;

godly jealousy: for I have espoused Gal. 4. 17,
6 i And having in a readiness to re- you to one husband, d that I may pre-
venge all disobedience, when your sent you as a chaste virgin to Christ.
obedience is fulfilled.

3 But I fear, lest by any means, as
7 Do ye look on things after the 'the serpent beguiled Eve through his . Col 1, 20.
outward appearance ? mif any man subtilty, so your minds b should be
trust to himself that he is Christ's, corrupted from the simplicity that is
let him of himself think this again, in Christ.

& Eph. 6. 24.
that, as he is Christ's, even so are 4 For if he that cometh preacheth 18. I Tim.
"we Christ's.

| another Jesus, whom we have not
8 For though I should boast some- ' preached, or if ye receive another spir-
what more of our authority, which it, which ye have not received, or
the Lord hath given us for edification, hanother gospel, which ye have not h Gal. 1. 7,8.
and not for your destruction, 'I should accepted, ye might well bear | with | Or, with me.
not be ashamed.

9 That I may not seem as if I would 5 For I suppose I was not a whit i 1 Cor. 15. 10.
terrify you by letters :

behind the very chiefest apostles.
10 For his letters, + say they, are 6 But though * I be rude in speech, k1 Cor. 1. 17.

weighty and powerful; but his yet not 'in knowledge; but " we have
Ch. 12.5,7,9. bodily presence is weak, and his been thoroughly made manifest among 1 Eph. 3. 4.
speech contemptible :

you in all things.
11 Let such a one think this, that, 7 Have I committed an offence "in
such as we are in word by letters abasing myself that ye might be ex-
when we are absent, such will we be alted, because I have preached to you

also in deed when we are present. the gospel of God freely ?
.ch. 3. 1. & 5. 12 · For we dare not make ourselves 8 i robbed other churches, taking

of the number, or compare ourselves wages of them, to do you service.
with some that commend themselves : 1 9 And when I was present with
but they, measuring themselves by you, and wanted, 'I was chargeable 0 Acts 20. ss.
themselves, and comparing themselves to no man: for that which was lack-
among themselves, Hare not wise. ing to me P the brethren which came
13! But we will not boast of things from Macedonia supplied : and in all

p Phil. 4. 10,
without our measure, but according things I have kept myself from be-
to the measure of the il rule which God ing burdensome unto you, and so will ch. 12. 14,
hath distributed to us, a measure to I keep myself.
reach even unto you.

| 10 -As the truth of Christ is in me,
14 For we stretch not ourselves' ts no man shall stop me of this boast- Gr. this
beyond our measure, as though we ing in the regions of Achaia.
reached not unto you ; " for we are 11 Wherefore ? ' because I love you

be stopped
come as far as to you also in preaching not? God knoweth.
the gospel of Christ :

12 But what I do, that I will do, tch. 6. 11. &
15 Not boasting of things without ' "that I may cut off occasion from them
our measure, that is, 'of other men's which desire occasion ; that wherein
labours; but having hope, when your they glory, they may be found even

faith is increased, that we shall be as we.
Or, magni. I enlarged by you according to our 13 For such *are false apostles, y de-
fied in you.
rule abundantly,

ceitful workers, transforming them-
16 To preach the gospel in the re- selves into the apostles of Christ.
gions beyond you, and not to boast in 11 And no marvel; for Satan him. Ych: 2: 17,
another man's line of things made self is transformed into ? an angel of

Tit. 1. 10, 11
ready to our hand.

light. y Is 65. 16. 17 y But he that glorieth, let him 15. Therefore it is no great thing glory in the Lord.

if his ministers also be transforined 1 Prov. 27. 2.

18 For not he that commendeth as the dininisters of righteousness; a ch. 3. 9.
himself is approved, but a whom the whose end shall be according to
Lord commendeth.

1 Or, under

stand it not. t ver. 15.

ch. 12. 13.
1 Thess. 2. 3.
2 Thess. 3.
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their works.

b Phil. 3. 19.

a Rom. 2. 29. I Cor. 4. 5.

Paul's vindication of


his apostolic authority.


a little.

a Rom. 16. 7. ch. 5, 17. Gäl 1.22

h Gal. 2. 4. & 4. 9.

Acte 16.6

i ch. 10. 10. k Phil. 3. 4.

1 Acts 22. 3. Rom. 11. 1 Phil. 3. 5.

11. 16.

m 1 Cor. 15.

10. n Acts 9. 16. & 20. 23. & 21.

01 Cor. 15. 30, 31, 32. ch. 1.

& 6. 9. p Deut. 25. 3. 9 Acts 16, 22. r Acts 14. 19. $ Acts 27. 41.

A. D. 60. 16 I say again, Let no man think


A. D. F. me a fool; if otherwise, yet as a fool

Though he might glory in his iponderful rerelations, 9 | Or, suffer ll receive that I may boast myself yet he rather chooscih to glory in his infirmities.

11 c ver. 1. ch.

They had forced him to this main boasting. 14 He 12, 6, 11.

promiseth to come to them amin; but ye! in the d 1 Cor. 7. 6,

17 That which I speak, " I speak it affection of a father, 20 although he feareik he shall 12.

not after the Lord, but as it were find many offenders. e ch. 9. 4.

T is ing. f Phil. 3.3, 4. 18'Seeing that many glory after the and revelations of the Lord. flesh, I will glory also.

I knew a man 4 in Christ above $1 Cor. 4. 10. 19 For ye suffer fools gladly, % seeing fourteen years ago, whether in the ye yourselves are wise.

body I cannot tell, or whether out 20 For ye suffer, "if a man bring of the body I cannot tell; God knowyou into bondage, if a man devour eth: such a one caught up to the Acts 22.17. you, if a man take of you, if a man third heaven. exalt himself, if a man smite you on 3 And I knew such a man, whether the face.

in the body, or out of the body, I can-
21 I speak as concerning reproach, not tell; God knoweth:
as though we had been weak. How- 4 How that he was caught up into
beit, * whereinsoever any is bold, (1 paradise, and heard unspeakable e Luke 2. a
speak foolishly,) I am bold also. words, which it is not ! lawful for a 10!, por

22 Are they Hebrews ? ! so am I. man to utter.
Are they Israelites ? so am I. Are

5 Of such a one will I glory: 4yet a cb. 11. 56.
they the seed of Abraham ? so am of myself I will not glory, but in

mine infirmities. 23 Are they ministers of Christ? (I 6 For e though I would desire to ech. 10.8. & speak as a fool,) I am more; min la- glory, I shall not be a fool ; for I will bours more abundant, "in stripes above say the truth : but now I forbear, lest

measure, in prisons more frequent, o in any man should think of me above 11. ch.6.4,5. deaths oft.

that which he seeth me to be, or that 24 Of the Jews five times received I he heareth of me. 9, 10. & 4.11, forty stripes save one.

7 And lest I should be exalted above 25 Thrice was I 9 beaten with rods, measure through the abundance of ' once was I stoned, thrice I suffered the revelations, there was given to shipwreck, a night and a day I have me a 'thorn in the flesh, s the mesbeen in the deep;

senger of Satan to buffet me, lest I 26 In journeyings often, in perils of should be exalted above measure. 1 Acts 9. 23. & waters, in perils of robbers, ' in perils 8 "For this thing I besought the

by mine own countrymen, " in perils Lord thrice, that it might depart 2-H. Matz: by the heathen, in perils in the city, from me.

in perils in the wilderness, in perils 9 And he said unto me, My grace u Acts 14.5.& in the sea, in perils among false is sufficient for thee: for my strength brethren ;

is made perfect in weakness. Most 27 In weariness and painfulness, gladly therefore i will I rather glory i ch. 11. 52. * in watchings often, y in hunger and in my infirmities, k that the power of k 1 Pet 4. 14.

thirst, in fastings often, in cold and Christ may rest upon me. y I Cor. 4. 11. nakedness.

10 Therefore 'I take pleasure in in- 1 Rom 5. s. 28 Beside those things that are with firmities, in reproaches, in necessiout, that which cometh upon me daily, ties, in persecutions, in distresses for z the care of all the churches.

Christ's sake: m for when I am weak, nch. 13. 4. 29 · Who is weak, and I am not then am I strong. weak? who is offended, and I burn 11 I am become na fool in glorying; not?

ye have compelled me: for I ought b ch. 12. 5, 9, 30 If I must needs glory, "I will to have been commended of you : for

glory of the things which concern oin nothing am I behind the very loch. 11. á.
mine infirmities.
chiefest apostles, though PI be noth- : Gal

. 2.6, 7,2

PI Cor. 3.2 c Rom. 1. 9. & 31 • The God and Father of our Lord ing.

13.2.2 1 ch. 1. 2. Jesus Christ, d which is blessed for 12 ? Truly the signs of an apostle Ep. 3. 2

knoweth that I lie not. were wrought among you in all pa-
32 € In Damascus the governor under tience, in signs, and wonders, and
Aretas the king kept the city of the mighty deeds.
Damascenes with a garrison, desirous 13 "For what is it wherein ye were

I to apprehend me :

inferior to other churches, except it 33 And through a window in a bas- be that I myself was not burdensome , Cat. 12. ket was I let down by the wall, and to you? forgive me this wrong.

1 escaped his hands.

14 Behold, the third time I am ready

(See Ez. 2 24. Gal t.

13. 14. & Job 2 7. Lake 13. 16 See

13. 50, 14 5. 17. 5. & 20. 3. & 21. 31. & 28. 10, 11. & 25, 3.

19. 23.

x Acts 20. 31. ch, 0. 5.

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Paul's freedom from guile.


Offenders are threatened.

I Acts 20. 33.

d c. 12. 21.


15. 2 Phil. 2. 17. | 1 To(88, 2. 8. It Or your

1 Cor. 5. 4.
ch. 2. 10.

a John 10. 11. ch. 1. 6. Col.

1 Pet. 3. 18. i Rom. 6. 4.

2. 10.


ward you.


c ch. 11. 9. d ch.1.2

(ch. 8. 18.

Gal. 4. 19.
al Cor. 9. 27.

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b Rom. 9. 1.

ch. 11. 31. il Cor. 10.

A. D. 60. to come to you; and I will not be to them d which heretofore have sin- A. D. 60.

burdensome to you : for * I seek not ned, and to all others, that, if I come

yours, but you : y for the children again, “I will not spare : 1 Cor. 10.33. yl Cor. 4. 14, ought not to lay up for the parents, 3 Since ye seek a proof of Christ . ch. 1. 23.

but the parents for the children. speaking in me, which to you-ward Matt. 10.20.

15 And ? I will very gladly spend is not weak, but is mighty 5 in you.
and be spent for you; though the 4 h For though he was crucified 8 1 Cor. 9. 2
more abundantly I love you, the less through weakness, yet 'he liveth by h Phil. 2. 7, 8.
I be loved.

the power of God. For we also
1 1. 24. 2 Tiin. 16 But be it so, I did not burden are weak ll in him, but we shall live | Or, with 6. 12, 13. you: nevertheless, being crafty, I with him by the power of God to-

See ch. 10.3, caught you with guile.

17 « Did I make a gain of you by 5 'Examine yourselves, whether ye 11 Cor. 11. 28.

any of them whom I sent unto you? be in the faith; prove your own .ch. 8. 6, 16,

18 • I desired Titus, and with him I selves. Know ye not your own
sent a ' brother. Did Titus make a selves, mhow that Jesus Christ is m Rom. 8. 10.
gain of you? walked we not in the in you, except ye be " reprobates ?
same spirit? walked we not in the 6. But I trust that ye shall know
same steps ?

that we are not reprobates.
19 € Again, think ye that we excuse 7 Now I pray to God that ye do
ourselves unto you? " we speak before no evil; not that we should appear
God in Christ : ' but we do all things, approved, but that ye should do that
dearly beloved, for your edifying. which is honest, though we be as o cb. 6. 9.

20 For I fear, lest, when I come, reprobates.

I shall not find you such as I would, 8 For we can do nothing against the 1 Cor. 4. 21. and that k I shall be found unto you truth, but for the truth.

such as ye would not: lest there | 9 For we are glad, p when we are
be debates, envyings, wraths, strifes, weak, and ye are strong : and this
backbitings, whisperings, swellings, also we wishi

, 9 even your perfection.

10 "Therefore I write these things 10.
21 And lest, when I come again, my being absent, lest being present •I
1 ch. 2 1, 1. God will humble me among you, and should use sharpness, 'according to the

that I shall bewail many m which have power which the Lord hath given me
sinned already, and have not repented to edification, and not to destruction.

Ich, 10.8.
of the uncleanness and fornication 11 Finally, brethren, farewell. Be
and lasciviousness which they have perfect, be of good comfort, be of

one mind, live in peace; and the

God of love sand peace shall be
The apostle thrcateneth obstinate nffendere. 5 An ex- 12 y Greet one another with a holy
hortation to sell erumination, 7 and to a reform 1.
tion of life. 11 He concludeth his cpistle with a gen-

eral exhortatim, and a saluistion.

13 All the saints salute you.
THIS is a the third time I am com- 14 ? The grace of the Lord Jesus

ing to you. In the mouth of Christ, and the love of God, and
two or three witnesses shall every a the communion of the Holy Ghost, 2 Rom. 16. 24.
word be established.

be with you all. Amen.
2 ° I told you before, and foretell
you, as if I were present, the second 11 The second opistle to the Corinthinng was writ-

ten from Philippi, a cily of Macedonia, by Titus
time; and being absent now I write

ch. 10. 2. & 13. 2, 10.

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d Phil. 2. 22.
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r Rom. 1. 7.

1 Cor. 1. 3. 2 Cor. 1. 2.

Phil. 1. 2.
Col. 1. 2.

ed. C Acts 9. 15 & 22. 21. & 25. 17. 18. Rum. ll.

2 2. 2 John 3.

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nation, y being more exceedingly zeal- A. D. 58 The apostle's salutation. 6 He marrelleth that they

ous ? of the traditions of my fathers. are 80 son turned to another gospel, 8 and accurseth 15 But when it pleased God, a who 35. He learned the gospel not of men, but of God 13 separated me from my mother's womb, , Ace 2211

25. 9. PLIS What he was bejure his courersion, 15 and what he and called me by his grace, did immediately after it.

16 To reveal his Son in me, that I z Jer. 9. 14 a ver. 11, 12 DAUL, an apostle, a not of men, might preach him among the heathen; i Markt

neither by man, but by Jesus immediately I conferred not with "flesh a Is. 49, 1, Christ, and God the Father, who and blood :

Jer. 1. 5. raised him from the dead;

17 Neither went I up to Jerusalem 2 And all the brethren · which are to them which were apostles before

14, 12 Rua. with me, e unto the churches of Ga- me; but I went into Arabia, and re- 2 Cor. 4. & e 1 Cor. 16. 1. latia :

turned again unto Damascus. 3'Grace be to you, and peace, from 18 Then after three years e [ I went

God the Father and from our Lord up to Jerusalem to see Peter, and 1 Or, retersEph. 1. 2. Jesus Christ,

abode with him fifteen days. 4 5 Who gave himself for our sins, 19 But 'other of the apostles saw I ? Thess. 1. 1. that he might deliver us from this none, save kJames the Lord's brother. present evil world, according to the 20 Now the things which I write un

Eph. S & & Matt. 20. 28. will of God and our Father :

to you, "behold, before God, I lie not.

d Mart :6.17 5 To whom be glory for ever and 21 i Afterwards I came into the re- Eph. 6. 12. Amen.

gions of Syria and Cilicia ;
6 I marvel that ye are so soon remov- 22 And was unknown by face k unto

1 I Cor 9.5.

Matt. 13. 55 ed from him that called you into the the churches of Judea which were in Heb. 2. 5. & 6.5. 1 John | grace of Christ unto another gospel : Christ:

I Rom 21. 7 * Which is not another, but there 23 But they had heard only, That 1 Tiess 2 be some that trouble you, and would he which persecuted us in times past pervert the gospel of Christ.

now preacheth the faith which once 8 But though" we, or an angel from he destroyed. ch. 5. 10, 12. heaven, preach any other gospel unto 24 And they glorified God in me. you than that which we have preached

CHAPTER II. unto you, let him be accursed.

The apostle sherocth when and for what purpose he 9 As we said before, so say I now went up again to Jerusalem; 3 that Titus icas sot

compelled to be circumcised: 11 and that he toith. again, If any man preach any other stood Peter at Antioch for his dissimulation, 14 begospel unto you " than that ye have cause, through fear of the Jeres, he acted ar if justireceived, let him be accursed.

ficution came by works of law. 20 His life by the

faith of the Son of God. 10 Foro do I now ' persuade men, or MHEN fourteen years after a I went o 1 Thess. 2 4. God? or 4 do I seek to please men ? up again to Jerusalem with Bar- 2 Acis 15 PM Nam22.14. for if I yet pleased men, I should not nabas, and took Titus with me also. 1 John 3. 19. be the servant of Christ.

2 And I went up by revelation, and Acts 15. 12 11 'But I certify you, brethren, that communicated unto them that gospel r1 Cor. 15. 1. ) is not after man. the gospel which was preached of me which I preach among the Gentiles,

but privately to them which were I Or, derer • 1 Cor. 15. 1, 12 For • I neither received it of man, of reputation, lest by any means “I

e Phil. 2 16 neither was I taught it, but 'by the should run, or had run, in vain. Eph. 3. 3.

1 Tbess 1 revelation of Jesus Christ.

3 But neither Titus, who was with 13 For ye have heard of my con me, being a Greek, was compelled to

versation in time past in the Jews' be circumcised : • Acts 9. 1.& religion, how that u beyond measure 4 And that because of " false breth

1 Tim. 1:13. I persecuted the church of God, and ren unawares brought in, who came * Acts 8. 3. * wasted it:

in privily to spy out our e liberty ch2. 25

. + Gr. equals 14 And profited in the Jews' religion which we have in Christ Jesus, 'that!

(2 Cor. 11.31 above many my tequals in mine own , they might bring us into bondage :

5. 19. ich. 5. 8. k 2 Cor. 11. 4. I Acts 15. 1, 24. 2 Cor. 2 17. & Il. 13.

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