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The law of sin

ROMANS, 7, 8.

in our members.

KNOW. ve not brethren, for I speak

me 31


Jates 1.15. law,

Anno 21 What fruit had ye B then in those 12 Wherefore the law is holy, and the Anno DOMINI things whereof ye are now ashamed Bi commandment holy, and just, and good. DOMINI 60. for the end of those things is death. 13 23 Was 23 then that which is good

60. ech. 7.3. 22 But now , being made free from sin, 24 made 24 death unto me! 12 God forbid 12.

* Ps. 19. 8. and become servants to God, ye have 25 But sin, that 25 it might appear sin, sch. I. 39.

& 119. 38, John 8. sz. your fruit unto 21 holiness a), and the end working death 26 in 26 me by that which 137 Gea. 2. 17. everlasting life.

is good ; that sin by the commandment

1 Tim. 1. 8. ch. 5. 12. 23 For the wages of sin is death ; but might become exceeding sinful. James 1.15. the gift of God is eternal life 15 through 15 14 For we know that the law is spi. Ich. 2. 7. Jesus Christ our Lord.

ritual: but I am carnal, sold > under 27 . 1 Kings 21. 3. 17, 2.


20, 25. 1 Pet. 1. . CHAPTER 7. 15 For that which I 28 do 28 I 29+ allow 29

2 Kings 17. 1 Xo law hath power over a man longer than he

17 liveth. But the are dead to the land. 7 yet not: for 30 p what I would, that do I

+ Gr. kaow, is not the law sin, 12 but holy, jus, good, 16 as not 30, but what I hate, that do I.

Ps. 1. 6. I acknowledge, who am grieved because I cannot 16 If then I do that which I would not, p Gal. 5. 17. keep it.

I consent unto the law that it is good.

17 Now then it is no more I that 28 do 28 to them that know the l law,) how it, but sin that dwelleth in me. that the law hath dominion over a man 18 For I know that in me (that is, in Gen. 6. 5. as long as he liveth?

my flesh,) dwelleth no good thing : for & 8.21. al Cor. 7.39. 2 For a the woman which hath an hus- to will is present with me; but hot to

band 9 is 2 bound by the law 3 to her perform that which is good BI find 8
husband so long as he liveth 3; but if not.
the husband be dead, she is loosed from 19 For the good that I would I do not:
the law of her husband.

but the evil which I would not, that I Matt. 5. 82. 3 So then if, while her husband liveth, do.

she be married to another man, she shall 20 Now if I do that I would not, it is
be called an adulteress: but if her hus- no more I that %s do 28 it, but sin that
band be dead, she is free from that dwelleth in me.
law ; 5 so that she is 5 no adulteress, 21 I find then 31 32 a 32 law, that, wher.
6 though she be married to another I would do good, evil is present with

4 Wherefore, my brethren, ye also 7 are 22 For I delight in the law of God r Ps. 1. 2. ecb. 8. 2. become dead to the law by the body after the inward man:

. 9 Cor. 4. Gal. 2. 19. of Christ; that ye should be married to 23 But I see 33 another 33 law in my

Ephes. 3.16. another, even to him who is 8 raised members, warring against the law of my Col 3.9, 10. Ephes 2.15. Col 2. 14.

from the dead, that we should bring mind, and bringing me into captivity 1 Gal. 5. 17. & Gel. 5. 22 forth fruit unto God.

B to B the law of sin which is in my wch. 6. 13, 5 For when we were in the flesh, the members.

19. + Gr. † motions of sins, which were by the law, 24 O wretched man that I am! who passions.

did work in our members to bring shall deliver me from the body of this 1 Or, tkie ceh6. 13. forth fruit unto death. death?

body of ch. 6. 91.

death. 6 But 9 now we are delivered 9 from the 25 B* I thank God through Jesus Christ Gal. 5. 19.

1 Cor. 15. B ll that being dead wherein we our Lord. So then with the mind I my

57. 1 0r, being

were held; 10 that we should 10 serve 9 in self serve the law of God; but with the ceed to that, newness 11 of 11 spirit, and not in the old- flesh the law of sin. CH. 6. 2. ness 11 of ll the letter. ver. 4 7 What shall we say then? Is the law

CHAPTER 8. ch. 2. 29.

sin? 12 God forbid 12, 13 Nay 13, I had 1 They that are in Christ, and live according to 2 Cor. 3. 6. Ich. 8. 20.

a ver. 4. not known 14 sin, but 15 by the law 15 :

the Spirit, are free from condemnation. 5, 13

G21.5.16,25 for I had not known I lust, except the What harm cometh of the flesh, 6, 14 and chat Or, coach law had said, Thou shalt not 16 covet 16. good of the Spirit: 17 and whot of being God's John 8 36.

chill, 19 nohose glorious deliverance all things

ch. 6.18,22. ti Et 20. 17. 8 But "sin, taking occasion by the com

Gal. 2. 19. Deut 3.21. mandment, wrought in ine all manner

long for, 29 was beforehand decreed from God.

& 5. 1. 1

3 What can sever us from his love! Acus 20. 33. of 17 concupiscence 17. For 18l without 18

cl Cor.15.45 ch 13. 9. 19 the 19 law sin 20 was 20 dead.


2 Cor. 3. 6. #ch. 4. US.

9 21 For 21 I was alive 18 without 18 19 the 19 nation to them which are in Christ d ch. 7. 24, * 3. 20

25. II Cor. 15.

law once: but when the commandment Jesus, Bwho a walk not after the flesh,
came, sin 22 revived 22. and I died.
but after the Spirit B.

e Acts 13. 39.

ch. 3. 20. les. 18. 5. 10 And the commandment, which was 2 For the law of the Spirit of life

Hebr. 7. 18, Frek 20.11, ordained to life, I found to be unto death. in Christ Jesus hath made ß me B free 1 13, 21.

& 10. 1, 2, 11 For sin, taking occasion by the com- from the law of sin and death. 2 Cor. 3. 7.

10, 14. mandment, deceived me, and by it slew 3 For what the law could not do, a in

s 2 Cor. 5. 21. me. that 2 it was weak through the flesh,

Gal. 3. 13.

I God sending his own son in the like-1 Or, hy a Vax. REND.--Chap. 7. IV. 1. a. —?V. 2. has ness of 3şinful fleshy, and * || fort sin, merifee for been. * Strictly to her living husband El. Da. condemned sin in the flesh :

sia. Wo. Va,V, 3. the. Ito the end that she be va. 6 if.7V. 4. were made. was.

VAR. REND.--23 V. 13. Did. 24 become.

- 25 It *V. 6. Strictly as it is, we were loosed (same word was sin that became death to me) in order that as in v. 2) (i.e, at the moment of union with Christ Al. De W. Me. VH. Va. - 26 to AI. BI. Jo. Va.). - 10 so that we Al. Me. VH. - 11 belong. 27 v. 14. i.e. into the power of Al. De W. Me. Va. ing to (ie, in a new state, of which the essence is 28 V. 15, 17, 20. perform Al. El. Va. - 29 v. 15. spirit Va.--1% Vs. 7, 13. Lit. Let it not be. know Al. Jo. l'a. Je VH. (realize VH.). 13 V. 7. So virtually (re Om the contrary) Jo. Me. VH.; 30 not what I will, that do I. - 31 V. 21. with : Howheit El. va. . Wo. De W. - I knew not. respect to the law, that to me, who would fain do

is by reason of law. - 16 lust (same word as in good, evil is present Va. - 32 the. ----33 v. 23. a preceding clause). 17 V. 8. lust. - 18 V8. 8, 9. different Al. El. Me. VH. Va. Chap. 8. IV. 2. La. apart from. 19 V8. 8, 9. Omit. 20 V. 8. freed me in Christ Jesus Al. De W. Me, Tho. . is Al. Je VH 21 V. 9. But or And Jo.


2 V. 3. So Al. De W. Me. .; that in ti So Be. Ne. Da. VH. Va. ; came into life Al.

which Va. ; in so far as VH. 3 Lit. flesh of De W. Tho. .

sin. - tieon account of Al. Da. De W. Me. Va. VAR. READ.-V. 21. B. so Me. Be. Tr. WH.; then? (= for a rin offering Va.) Things whereof ye are now ashamed La. Ti. (differ. VAR. READ.--V. 18. B So DE; omit XABC, Edd. one of punctuation) AI. Chap. 7. v. 6. B having V. 23. B So (A) C. La.; by NB, Al. Ti. Tr. died to that XABC, Edd. (with Je. VH. Wo. V. 25. B So 4* A WH"; Thanks be to B, La. Val; (we were loosed), having died, from the law Ti. Al. Tr. WHI- Chap. 8. v. 1. B So A N De; wherein we were beld Ri. Wi. Jo.; the receired text omit * BC, Edd. V. 2. B SO A CD, La." Al. Tr. appears to hare arisen from an error of Beza's. WH.*; thee X B, Ti. WH. (WH. suspect corruption).

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Works of the flesh


and of the Spirit. Anno 4. That the 5 righteousnesss of the law corruption into the glorious liberty ** DOMINI might be fulfilled in us, who walk not of the children of God.

DONISI after the fiech, but after the Spirit. 22 For we know that the whole crea.

5 For they that are after the flesh do tion 'groaneth and travaileth in pain to Top 9 ver. 1. h John 3. 6.

mind the things of the flesh; but they gether until now. 1 Cor. 2. 14. that are after the Spirit the things of 23 And not only they, but ourselves alo, i Gal. 5. 22, the Spirit. which have k the firstfruits of the Spirit,

C) 3 6 For 6kt to be carnally minded is even we ourselves groan within ourselves, k ch. 6. 21. death; but 7† to be spiritually ininded 7 waiting for the adoption, to soil, the

is life and peace Gal. 6. 8.

* redemption of our body. 7 Because 6t'the carnal mind is enGr. the

24 For we 25 are 25 saved by hope: bat minding of mity against God : for it is not subject

hope that is seen is not hope : for what the flesh : So to the law of God, * neither indeed can a man seeth, why doth he yet hope for? Luke 1 be.

25 But if we hope for that we see no, tGr. the 8 8 So then they that are in the flesh then do we with patience wait for it.

Labes 3 minding of

cannot please God. the Spirit

26 26 Likewise 20 the Spirit also helpeth + Gr. the

9 But ye are not in the flesh, but in our B infirmities B: for pwe know 10 | minding of

the Spirit, if so be that "the Spirit of what we should pray for as we ought: the flesh. God dwell in you. Now if any man but 'the Spirit itself maketh interces. į James 4.4. hare not the Spirit of Christ, he is sion for us with groanings which cannot m 1 Cor. 2. none of his.

be uttered.

Ls19 10 9 And if Christ be in you, the body 27 And he that searcheth the hearts PIUP 1 Cor. 3.

is dead because of sin; but the Spirit is knoweth what is the mind of the Spirit, 16.

life because of righteousness, 6. 19.

27 || because 27 he maketh intercession for S. o John S. 34.

11 But if the Spirit of phim that raised the saints according to the will of God Gal 4. 6. up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, 29 28 And 28 we know that Ball things Phil. 1. 19. 9 he that raised up B Christ B from the work together for good to them that lore 1 Pet. 2. 1. dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies God, to them who are the called s so 4ch. 6.4, 5. by his Spirit y that dwelleth in you.

cording to his purpose. 12 Therefore, brethren, we are debtors, I Cor. 6. 14.

29 For whom he did foreknow, he is 2 Cor. 4.14. not to the flesh, 10 to 10 live after the also 29 did predestinate 2 y to be conforteEphes, 2.5. flesh.

ed to the image of his Son, that leach, | Or

13 For if ye live after the flesh, .ye might be the firstborn among many bre because of shall die: but if ye through the Spirit thren. his Spinil. do 11 mortify 11 the deeds of the body,


30 Moreover whom he did prede tinste. rch. 6. 7, 11. ye shall live.

them he also called: and whom he call. 5 ver. 6.

14 For * as many as are led by the ed, them he also justified and whom Gal 6.8.

Spirit of God, they are the sons of he justified, them he also glorified. 1 Ephes. 4. God.

31 What shall we

then say

to these Co!. 3. 5. 15 Forsye 12 have not received 12 the things? dIf God be for us, who oan de

Gal. 5. 18. spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye against us?
rl Cor. 2. L2 13 have received 13 the Spirit of adoption, 32 He that spared not his own Son

Hebr. 2. 15. 14 whereby 4 we cry, Abba, Father. but delivered him up for ns all, bos,
y 2 Tim. 1.7 16 6 The Spirit itself beareth witness shall he not with him also freely gire
1 John 1.18.

15 with 15 our spirit, that we are the chilo us all things? : Isai. 56. 5.

dren of God : Gal. 4. 5, 6.

33 Who shall lay any thing to the charge 17 And if children, then heirs; heirs of of God's elect ? 30 9 it God that just a Mark 14. 36. God, and joint-heirs with Christ; if 80 fieth 30.

Rate 62 Cor. 1. 22. be that we suffer with him, 16 that 16 we 34 A Who is he that B condemneth B? it $ 55 may be also glorified 17 together 17.

is y Christy that died S, yea rather Ephes. 1.13.

18 For I reckon that the sufferings of that is risen again o, who is 5 eren at 30.

this present time are not worthy to be the right hand of God, who also maketh cActs 26 18.

compared with the glory which shall be intercession for us. Gal 4.7 d Acta 14.99 revealed 18 in 18 us.

35 Who shall separate us from 83 the C#5 Phil | 29. 19 For i the learneat expectation 19 of love of B Christ B*3 ; shall tribulation, or 2 Tim. 2. the 20 creature 20 waiteth for the 219 mani- distress,' or persecution, or famine, or 11. 12. festation 21 of the sons of God.

nakedness, or peril, or sword? 2 Cor. 4.17.

20 For the 20 creature 20 was made sub1 P-t. 1.6.7.

36 As it is written, 'For thy sake we & 4.13 ject to vanity, not willingly, but by reason

ech. 5. 6. 20. of him who22 hath 22 subjected the same

ch. 4. 25. 9 Irai 50 & 9 Res. 2 19 Pet. 3. 13.

h Job 34. 29 iMark 16. 19. Col. 3. 1. Het 1.3 XL ! 1 John 3. 2. B 23 in hope 23,

1 Pet. 3 22. k Hebr. 7. 25.

1 Jahr 2. LIPN A ver. 22.

21 Because B the 30 creature 20 itself also i Cor. 15. 30, 31. 2 Cor. 4. 11. Gen. 3. 19. shall be delivered from the bondage of

VAR. REND.-94 V. 21. freedom of the city 4* VAR. REND.-5 V. 4. righteous requirement Al. EI, Me. VH. Va, 25 v. 21. were. De W. El. Me. 01. VH. Va. 6 Vs. 6, 7. the mind like manner. 2 V. 27. SO AI. BI. De P. Ri Fe; (i.e. desire, aim of the flesh Al. Jo. Me. VH. El. that Fri. Jo. Ye. VH-2 V. 28. Moreover 49 Va. -_-7V. 6. the mind (i.e. desire, aim) of the 29 V. 29. foreordained El. A1. Ta. F.SS spirit Al. Jo. Me. VH. El. va. — 8 v. 8. But Tho. VH. Me. . Fa, and Ti. Tr. (Ne. FF. Ir And. - 9 V8. 9. 10. But. 10 V, 12. that we should. El. connect this toith next terre: It is God the

11 v. 18. Lit. make dead. - 12 V, 15. did not justifieth: who .... condemneth :); Shall God receive. 13 did receive. 14 Lit. wherein (i.e. by justifies them? Al. De W. Jo. and La. - T. whose inspiration or communion . and so Va. near. So Tho. VH. Me. . Va. md Ti. Tr. Ye. TE. Ir ly) Da. Je. Al. . VH. Va. 15 V. 16. So De W. connect this with next verse: It is Christ... Me. VH. Va.; to Al. . 16 V. 17. i.e. in order Christ?]; Is it Christ, that died that 17 with him Al. El. 18 v. 18. with regard and La. more. - 33 V. 35. ie. (ris, lerr! to Al.; go as to come upon Va. 19 v. 19. patient us Al. De W. Me. .; God's love shown to expectation AI. De W. Me. .;


VH. Christ VH. 20 Vs. 19, 20, 21. creation (i.e. mankinl VH.; all VAR. READ.-V. 26. B weakness ABCD, A our world ercept mankind Al, De W. Me. . Tho. V. 28. B So XCD, Vulg. Pesh. Neap, Ti. Ir Va.). ---- 21 v. 19. revelation (similar word to revealed God works all things with those who love in last verae). -". 20. Omit. - 23 i.e. 80 that it i.e. co-operates toith their (the creation) has hope.

A B. La. WH. - V. 84. B So Ti. Tr., sbalen VAR. READ.-y. 11. B SO B Dc, Tr.; Christ Jesus demn La. WH. (difference of accent. ** A D*, Lu. Ti. Al. ySO AX, Ti. WH.; be- Al. Tr.; Christ Jesus NAC, la.! To wx. cause of BD, La. Tr. WHI'V8. 20, 21. B So BD E, la Ti. Tr.; add from the dead At ND*, Ti.; in 'hope that (as De W. Me., VH. El. WH. 5 So B D. Lal Tr.; onil NAC, Ti. F? Wo. translate, but Al. Jo. . as E.V.) A B C D, - V. 35. BSO A CD, Vulg. Þesl. Nest, Le. La. Tr. Al.

Tr. WH.; God NB, WH.


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an everest





Paul's sorrow for the Jews.


Calling of the Gentiles foretold. Anno are killed all the day long; we are ac- nor of him that runneth, but of God Anno DOMINI counted as sheep for the slaughter. that sheweth mercy.

DOMINI 37 36 * Nay 34, in all these things we are 17 For the scripture saith unto Pha1 Cor. 15. more than conquerors through him that raoh, "Even for this same purpose have

See Gal. 3. 57. lored us.

I raised thee up, that I might shew my 8. 22 2 Cor. 2. 14. * For I am persuaded, that neither power in thee, and that my name might X... 9. 16.

Joan 4. t. death, nor life, nor angels, nor princi. be declared throughout all the earth.
Bet 12. 11. palities, B nor powers B, nor things pre- 18 Therefore hath he mercy on whom
: Ephes. 1.
sent, nor things to come,

he will have mercy, and whom he will he 21. 39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other hardeneth. $6 L2 35 creature 35, shall be able to separate 19 Thou wilt say then unto me, Why Col. 16. * 2 15. us from the love of God, which is in doth he yet find fault? For who 7 hath 2 Chr. 20.6. resisted 7 his will ?

Job 9. 12. 1 Pet. 3. 20 Christ Jesus our Lord. CHAPTER 9.

20 Nay but, Oman, who art thou that Dan. 4. 35

| repliest against God? | Shall the thing 1 Or, 1 Paul is sorry for the Jers. 7 11 the seed of formed say to him that formed it, Why Abraham were not the chil Iren of the promise. hast thou made me thus ?

again, or, 18 God hith mercy upon whom he will. 21 The

disputest potter may do with his clay what h list.

21 Hath not the potter power over with God The calling of the Gentiles and rejecting of the the clay, of the same Inmp to make a one Job 33. 13 Jeues were foretold. 32 The cause why 80 few vessel unto honour, and another unto Isai. 29. 16. Jeres embraced the righteousness of faith. dishonour?

& 45.9. ich. 1. 9, & SAY the truth in Christ, I lie not, 22 What if God, 8 willing to shew his

& 64.8. 2 Cor 1.23 my conscience also bearing me witness wrath, and to make his power known,

g Prov. 16. 4. 11. 31.

Jer. 16. 6. 12. 19. in the Holy Ghost,

endured with much longsuffering s. the 3

h 2 Tim. 2. 2 That I have great heaviness and vessels of wrath * fitted to destruction : Fail 1. 8. continual sorrow in my heart.

23 And that he might make known 8 1 Tim 2. 7.

i 1 Thess 5.9. 3 For e Il could wish that myself were the riches of his glory on the 3 vessels ch. 10. 1.

1 Or, made j accursed from Chrit ? for? my brethren, of mercy, which he had mafore prepared

ар. my kinsmen according to the flesh: unto 'glory,

kl Pet. 2. 8. 4 Who are Israelites; 'to whom per. 24 Even us, whom he hath called, not Jude 4. taineth the adoption, and the glory, of the Jews only, but also of the Gen. ich. 2. 4,

Ephes. 1. and the covenants, and "the giving of tiles'?

Col. 1. 27. Teut. 14. 1. the law, and the service of God, and 25 As he saith also in Osee, I will call

meh. B. 28, 7 21. 9. the promises ; them my people, which were not my

29, 30, 5. Whose are the fathers, and mof whom people; and her beloved, which was not ach. 3.29. concerning the flesh Christ B came, beloved.

o llosea 2. Kin 8.1

* who is over all, God blessed for ever. 26 p And it shall come to pass, that in

Amen ß. 7.61

1 Pet. 2. 10. the place where it was said unto them, 6. Not as though the word of God hath Ye are not my people; there shall they Hosea 1.

10. Lebr. 8. 8,

taken none effect. For they are not be called the children of the living God. 1.10. all Israel, which are of Israol:

27 Esaias also crieth concerning Israel, 7. Neither, because they are the reed ? Though the number of the children of Isai. 10. treats. of Abraham, are they all children: but, Israel be as the sand of the sea, 107 a 10

22, 23. p. 147. 19 In - Isaac shall thy reed be called. remnant shall be saved :

rch. 11. 5. Lebr. 9. 1.

8 That is, They which are the children 28 For Bhe will finish the work, and 1 Or, che of the flesh, these are not the children cut it short in righteousness: because a aceount. of God: but the children of the pro- short work will the Lord make ß upon

, Isai. 28. 22. phus 9.12. mise are counted for 3 the 3 seed.

the earth. ca. 10.

9 - For this is the word of promise *, 29 And as Esaias 11 snid 11 before, ' Ex-1 Isai. 1. 9. ul. 28 At this time will I come, and Sarah cept the Lord of Sabaoth had left us a

Lan. 3. 22, Lake 3. 23. shall have a son.


had been as Sodoma, and ulcu. 13. 19. 1.3

Jer. 50. 10. 10 And not only this; but when * Re- been made like unto Gomorrha.

becca also had conceived by one, even 30 What shall we say then? That 12 the ch. 4. 11. 1.). by our father Isaac;

Gentiles 12, which followed not after right. & 10. 20. ii (For the children' being not yet born, eousness, 13 have attained 13 to righteousneither having done any good or evil, nezs, y even the righteousness which is y ch. 1. 17. that the purpose of God according to of faith. election might stand, not of works, but 31 But Israel, which followed after the ch. 10. 2. of him that calleth ;) law of righteousness, 1ta hath not at

& 11.7. 19 It was said unto her, y The l elder tained to the law Bof righteousness B. a Gal. 5. 4. L, 16 shall serve the younger.

32 Wherefore ? B Becanse they sought it 1.6 16. 13 As it is written, Jacob have I loved, not by faith, but as it were by

y the but Esan have I hated.

works of the law y: 8 For 8 they B stum- 6 Luke 2.34, 21. 12. 14 What shall we say then ? a le there bled at that stumblingstone;

1 Cor. 1.23 har. 11.18. unrighteousness with God? 5 God forbid 5.

15 For he saith to Moses, "I will have VAR. RexD.--6 V. 17. So (rather did I raise thee a. 13.

mercy on whom I will have mercy, and up) Al. Jo. Me. . Wo. Va.; did I rouse thee ito I will have compassion on whom I will resistance) De W., Fri: ? V.19. resists (i.e. can have compassion,

erer resist VH.) A. Me. Wi. VH. -8 V8. 22, 23. So 4. 17.

16 So then it is not of him that willeth, (strictly purposing) Al. De w. . Wo. [i.e. because 1 25. 23, 1 Or, greater. Or, lereer.

he purposed to shew .....and in order that he might

. Seo Deut. 21. 15. Pror. Mal. 1. 2, 3 Matt 10. 37.

though purLuke 14.20

make known. John 12. 25.

therefore endured) ; Chr. 19. 7. Job 8. 3. & 34. 10. Ps. 92. 15. 6 Ex. 33. 19. posing Me. Tho. [i.e. though he purposed to them...

yet endured...... and this roas also in order that he AB. REND. - 34 V. 37. Yet El. Da. 35 V. 39. might make known). -!Vs. 23, 24. So . VH. od thing. Chap. 9. 'V. 3. could have wished Va.; glory? As such hath he called even us, not Fa. and 80 virtually 41. De W. Me. . Wo. of the Jews only, but also of the Gentiles De W. Hi.; am inclined to wish VH. --> on behalf Me. Jo. 10 v. 27. the (i.e. the remnant only) Va.

3 Vs. 8, 22, 23. Omit. ---* V. 9. So VH.; Al. Wo. Il V. 29. hath said (ie, in an earlier thig word was one of promise Al. Ew. De w. part of his book) Va. - 19 v. 30. So Al. De W. Rx Va.-5V, 14. Lit. Let it not be.

.; Gentiles Me. VI. Va. - 13 Lit. did attain. 2. READ.-V. 33. B NA BC, Edd., place after to '14 V, 31. Lit. did not attain.

--Chan. 9. V. 5. B came. God, who is over VAR. READ.-V. 28. B SoHD; the Lord will make be (or is) blessed for ever. Amen Ti. la. WH.(i.e. accumplish) a word, finishing and cutting it 20 Baur, Beet, Me. VH. Wi. and probably Jo. short X* AB, Edd.----V. 31. B So #F; omit N* AB, cane, who is God over all, blessed for ever. Edd. - V. 32. B So Ti. Tr. WH.; Because, not 41. Tr. WH.! 80 018. Tho. Wo. Va, with most from faith but as from works, they La. A1.

Fathers, and with Luther. (Difference of (Diference of punctuation), -y so X D; works nation).

M* A B, Edd. - So A Do; omit H* A B, Edd.

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BRETURENG my beartisradesires and ple and is by iö a y foolish nation I never

& 22. 3. Gal. 1. 14.

See eh. 9. 31.

& 9. 30.

Gal. 3. 24.

s'deep? What is, to bring up

Luke 12.8.

The righteousness of faith.

ROMANS, 10, 11.

God hath not cast off all Israel Anno

83 As it is written, «Behold, I lay in gospel 19;
DOMINI Sion a stumbling stone and rock of of. hath believed tour

For Esaias saith, Lord, who
report ?

DOMIX fence: and B whosoever B believeth on 17 So then 11 faith correta by hear. Ps. 118. 29. him shall not be 15 ashamed 15.

ings, and 12 hearing 12 by the word of leai 8. 14.

B God & 28. 16 CHAPTER 10.

18 But I say, '3 Have they not heard? GP Tint Matt.21.42. 1 Pet. 2. 6,

5 The scripture shewath the difference betwixt Yes verily, their sound went into all

the righteousness of the lar, and this of faith, the earth, * and their words unto the w* deh. 10. 11.

11 and that all, both Jew and Gentile, that ends of the world,

beliere, shall not be confounded, 18 and that 1 Or, the Gentiles shall receive the word and believe. First Moses saith, I will provoke you

19 But I say, Did not Israel knos?
19 Israel was not ignorant of these things.

to jealousy 1 byla them that are no peo
prayer to God , that .
they might be saved.

20 But Esaias is very bold, and saith. "SELDI & Acts 21. 2 For I bear them record « that they - I was found of them that sought ne

have a zeal 2 of God, but not accord- not; I was made manifest unto them Dernet ing to knowledge.

that asked not after me. & 4.17

3 For they 3 being ignorant of 3 God's
righteousness, and going about to esta- long I have stretched forth my hands 1.8

21 But 15 to 15 Israel he saith, « Al day! 12.!! bli-h their own righteousness, have not unto a disobedient and gain saying people. b ch. 1. 17.

submitted themselves + unto the right-
eousness of God.

CHAPTER 11. c Phil. 3. 9.

4 For Christ is the end of the law for 1 God hath not cast of all Israel. 7 Some were Matt. 5. 17 righteousness to every one that believeth.

elected, though the rest were hardened 16 There

** hope of their conversion. 18 The Gentiles may 5 For Moses B describeth the righteous.

not inpull upon them : 3 for there is a promi Lev. 18. 5. ness which is of the law, That the of their salerution 33 God's judgments are o Neh. 9. 29.

searchable. Ezek. 20.11, by them ß.

man which doeth those things shall live 13, 21. Gal. 3. 12.

& But the righteousness which is of faith I say then, Hath God cast away his 18. s Deut. 30. speaketh on this wise, f Say not in thine am an Israelite, of the seed of Abraham, 12, 13. heart, Who shall ascend into heaven ? of the tribe of Benjamin.

(that is, to bring Christ down from above :) 2 God hath not cast away his people a
Who shall descend into the which he foreknew. Wot ye not what

Christ the scripture saith ' t of Elias ? bos beta again from the dead.).

maketh intercession to God against Is9 Deut. 30. 8 But what saith it ? 9 The word is rael, saying,

nigh thee, wer in thy mouth, and in 3 d'Lord, they have killed thy prophets, 16p3 thy heart : that is, the word of faith, and digged down thine altars, and I an 24, which we preach ;

left alone, and they reek my life. h Matt. 10.

9 That if thou shalt confess with thy 4 But what saith the answer of God anto

inouth 6 the Lord Jesus 6, and shalt be himI have reserved to myself teren 1 Kings 23 Acta 8. 37. lieve in thine heart that God hath raised thousand men, who have not bowed the

him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. knee to the image of Baal.

10 For with the heart man beliereth 5 | Even so then at this present time sek 2.2. unto righteousness; and with the mouth also there is a remnant according to the confession is made unto salvation.

election of grace. ilsai, 28. 16. 11 For the scripture saith, Whosoever 6 And , if by grace, then i et no more

believeth on him shall not be 7 ashamed 7. of works : otherwise grace is no more Jer. 17. 7. ch. 9. 33 12 For * there is no difference between grace. B But if it be of works, then is k Acts 15. 9.

the Jew and the Greek : for 'the same it no more grace : otherwise work is no 1.8

Over mis rich 8 unto all that more work B. call upon him.

7 What then? . Israel hath not obtained I Acte 10. 36.

13 * For whosoever shall call upon the that which he seeketh for ; but the eles I Tim. 2. 5. name of the Lord shall be saved.

tion hath obtained it, and the rest Feren m Ephes. 1.

14 How then shall they call on him in s | blinded 3
whom they have not believed ? and how $ (According as it is written, God hath

shall they believe in him 'of whom given them the spirit of 5 slıun bers, Dee 3* Joel 2. 32.

they have not heard ? and how shall they eyes that they should not see, and ears Acts 2. 21. hear Pwithout a preacher?

that they should not hear ;) unto this • Acts 9. 14.

15 And how shall they preach, except day. p Titus l. 3.

they be sent ? as it is written, How 9 And David saith, Let their table betoane q Isai. 59. 7. beautiful

of Nah. I. 15.

are the feet them that made a snare, and s7 trap 7, and a stone B preach the gospel of peace, and ß bring blingblock, and a recompence unto them : ch. 3. 3. glad tidings of good things!

10 ** Let their eyes be darkened, that Hebr. 4.2. 16 But 107 they have not all obeyed the they may not see, and box down their

back alway. VAR. REND.--15 v. 33. i.e. put to shame.-Chap. 10. 11 I say then, Hare they stumbled that IV. 1. $o De W. 01. . Va.; goodwill Da. Me. VR.; they should fall; God forbid: bat re inclination Al. — 'V. 2. for Al. De W. Jo. Me. ther * through their 'fall salvation is 3 V. 3. So Ye. . VH.; not recognising Al. De W.

* So (lit. did not subject themselves) Da. De w. VAR. REND.-11 v. 17. belief (miwilar cord to be . VH. Je.; were not subjected Al. . 6 V. 7. lieved in o. 16).- 12 report (same rond es is 1 abyss Al. Va. - 6 V. 9. So Ål.; Jesus as Lord (or -13 V. 18. Låt. Did they not heari-HT. 112 to be Lord) De W. Me. . VH. Va, -7V. 11. i.e. Va, and similarly Me. Al.- 15 V, 21. So je put to shame. 8 V. 12. So Al.; Lord is over all, of (1.8. in respect to) Al. Da. De m. ve. 1. F rich Jo.; is Lord over all, rich De W. Me. . VH. Chap, 11. IV. 1, 11. Lit. Let it not be Va. 9 v. 14. So Al. De W. Fri. VH. (. per. 2 v. 2. in the history of Al. De T. L. V haps); whom Jo. Me. Wi. Va. — 10 V. 16. not all . Wo.; by the mouth of . pertaga. did obey the gospel (lit. not all hearkened to the A8 marg. Al. De W. Lk. Me.-T. S. A. glad tidings Al.) De W. AI. Me. Va.; not all did obey faction Al. Be. De W. Fri. Me. FH bear * (God by believing) the gospel VH.

this day Al. De W. Rä.F', 9. net Al, E., taka VAR. READ.-V. 33. B he that X ABD, Edd. for a prey Me. VH. (nearly), . 11. LA, I. Chap. 10, V. 1. B So KL; them NA B, Edd. they stumble in order that lie in Gads V. 5. So nearly A B D , La. Tr. Al.; writes Al. De W. Me. Va. Va. 9 Vs. 11, 12, trespass that the man which doeth the righteousness which De W. Me. . (nearly) FH. Ye. is of the law shall live in it RA, Ti. Tr.2 WH. VAR. READ.-Y. 17. B So AA; Christ B!

v. 15. B So HD, 41. Tr.? ; omit N A B, La. Edd. Chap. 11. V. 6. B So XL; osit XWA. Ti. Tr.1 H.


& 49. 23.


ch. 3. 22. Gal. 3. 28, ch. 3. 29.


4 promise of Israel's salvation.


Divers exhortations.

Gal. 3. 22.

Proy, 28.

1 Cor. 15.

Hebr. 3.6,

. Joha 15. 9. Cor.3.

i but

DOMINI them to jenlousy.
come unto the Gentiles, for to provoke 30 For as ye i in times past 18 have not Anno
I believed 18 God, yet have now obtained DOMINI

19 Now if the fall' of them be the mercy through their 19 unbelief 19:
Ot, decay,
riches of the world, and 10 the diminish- 31 Even so have these also now 18 not

i Ephes. 2.2. or, luu. ing of them 10 the riches of the Gentiles ; believed 18, 20 that through your mercy 20 Col. 3.7 how much more 11 their fulness 11 ? they also may obtain mercy.

! Or, obeyed 13 8 For B I speak to you y Gentiles, in- 32 Fork God hath 21 concluded them i Or, cheyed, Acta 9. 15. asmuch y as I am the apostle of the all a in 19 unbelief 19, that he might have

kch. 3. 9. Gentiles, I magnify mine office :

mercy upon all.
14 If by any means I may provoke to
Ch 13.16

| Or, ut 33 O the depth of the riches 22 both of 22

then all up Gu. 1. 16. emulation them rieh are my flesh, and the wisdom and knowledge of God! how

together $12,7,8, P might save some of them.

unsearchable are his judgments, and his 1 Ps. 36. 6. 15 For if the casting away of them be ways past finding out ! Zpbes. 3.8.

m Job 11. 7. the reconciling of the world, what shall 34 * For who hath known the mind of Ps. 92.5. 2 Tim 1.11 the receiving of them be, but life from the Lord ? or who hath been his coun- * Job 15.8 pl Cor.7.16. the dead?

sellor ?

Isai. 10. 13. 16 12 For 12 if I the firstfruit be holy, the

Jer. 23. 18.

35 Or P who hath first given to him, and I Tim. 4.16.

1 Cor. 2. 16. lump is also koly: and if the root be holy, it shall be recompensed unto him again? Jezea 5.30

o Job 36. 22. Ley, 23.10. so are the branches. 36 For 1 of him, and through him, and

p Job 35. 7. No.15.16,

17 13 And 13 if some of the branches be to him, are all things : "to + whom be & 41.11. 19.2), 21. broken off, and thou, being a wild olive glory for ever. Amen.

q1 Cor. 8 6. Jer

. 11. 16. tree, wert graffed in | among them, and Col. 1. 16. Gal. l. 5. 1 Tim. 1. 17. 2 Tim. 4. 18. Hebr. 13, 91.
Acts 2. 29. with them partakest of the root and fat- 1 Pet. 5. 11. 2 Pet. 3. 18. Jude 25. Rev. 1.6. f Gr, lin,
Eples. 2.

ness of the olive tree;
18 Boast not against the branches. But 1 God's mercies must move is to please God. 3 No


a 2 Cor. 10.1 Or fer if thon boast, thou bearest not the root,

b 1 Pet. 2. 5. man must think too well of himse, 6 but attend

c Ps. 50. 13, 1 Cor.10.12. but the root thee.

every one on that calling wherein ke is placed. 19 Thou wilt say then, The branches 9 Lore, and many other duties, are required of

ch. 6. 13, 16, were broken off, that I might be graffed 19 Revenge is specially forbidden.

19. in.

la BESEECH1 you therefore, breth. 1 Cor. 6. 13,

I 20 Well; because of unbelief they were


ren, by the mercies of God, that ye broken off, and thou standest by faith. present your bodies d a living sacrifice, Heb. 10.20. ch. 12. 16.

el Pet. 114 Be not highminded, but * fear : holy, acceptable unto God, which is your

1 John 2.15. 21 For if God spared not the natural 2 reasonable service: branches, Btake heed lest he also spare 2 And be not s conformed to s this Eph. 1. 18.

& 4. 23 thu 2.12. not thee.

* world * : but í be ye transformed 5 by 5 Col. 1.21,22

& 3. 10. 22 Behold therefore the goodness and the renewing of your mind, that ye may severity of God: on them which fell, prove what is that good, and accept-9 Ephes. 5.

10, 17 severity ; but toward thee, B goodness B, able, and perfect, will of God 6.

1 Thess. 4.3. y if thou continue in his goodness : other- 3 For I say, hthrough the grace given h ch. 1. 5. wise 'thon also shalt be cut off.

unto me, to every man that is among & 15. 15. 23. And they also, if they abide not you, inot to. 7 think of himself more 1 Cor. 3. 10.

& 15. jo. still in unbelief, shall be gräffed in: for highly than? he ought to 8 think 8

Gal. 2.9. God is able to graff them in again. to think 8 97 soberly 9, according as God

Ephes. 3. 2, 24 For if thou wert cut out of the olive hath dealt * to every man the measure 7, 8. tree which is wild by nature, and wert of faith,

i Prov. 25.27 graffed contrary to nature into a good 4 For as we have many members in Eccles.7.16.

ch. 11. 20. olive tree: how much more shall these, one body, and all members have not the

Gr. to which be the natural branches, be graffed same office :

sobriety. into their own olive tree?

5 So *we, 10 being many 10, are one body

kl Cor. 12 25 For I would not, brethren, that ye in Christ, B and every one B members one

7, 11. should be ignorant of this mystery, lest of another.

Ephes. 4.7. ye should be wise in your own conceits; 6 11 * Having then gifts differing accord 1 Cor. 12.

12. Cor . 3. 14. to 16 Israel, d until the 15 fulness 15 of the whether 12 p prophecy 12, let us prophesy that 14 e blindness in part is happened ing to the grace that is given to us,

Ephes. 4.16

1 Cor. 10. Gentiles be come in. according to the proportion of 13 faith 13; ;

17. 26 And so all Israel shall be saved : as

& 12. 20, 27. Eph. 1. 23. & 4. 25. a 1 Cor. 12. 1. 1 Pet 4. 10, 11. it is written, e There shall come out of over, 3. p Acts 11. 27. 1 Cor. 12. 10, 28. & 13. 2. & 14. 1, 6, 29, 31. Sion the Deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob :

VAR. REND.-18 V8. 30, 31. disobeyed Al. De W. Me. Ps.14.7.

27 12 / For 12 this is my covenant unto Jo. . VH. Va. 19 Vs. 30, 32. disobedience Al. them, when I shall 16 take 16 away their De W. Me. —20 V. 31. So (i.e. through mercy shown to sins.

you) Al. De W. Me. Ole. . VH. Va. Jo, perhaps); 28 As concerning the gospel, they are unto (i.e. 80 as to produce) mercy upon you, in order

enemies for your sakes : but as touching that Bu. and 80 Ewald nearly, Jo. perhaps, La Tr. 41. 7. 8. the election, they are o beloved for the 21 v. 39. shut up all men Al. De J. Jo, Me. Va. .; fathers' saken.

shut them all up (i.e. all the disobedient) VH. 15.

29 For the gifts and calling of God 17 are 22 y. 33. So V.; and of Al. Be. De W. Jo. Me. Ol. 21 23.19. A without repentance 17,

Tho. Chap. 12. 1v. 1. exhort Jo. VH. 2i.e.

moral and spiritual worshipping of God De W. Me. B. Rend. - 10 v. 12. So nearly Be. Ole.; their ("a ceremonial of thought and mind" Jo.)

3 V. 2. or impoverishment) Al. Fri.; their harm (or fashioned after Li. Da. - 4 Strictly world-age (timeer) De W. .; their defeat (or humiliation) state Va.).—5 in. 6 So .; the will of God, 7. Va.- Só (or enrichment) Al, Fri.; their that which is good and acceptable and perfect Al. storation .; the making full of their num De W. Me. Tho. VH. — 7 V. 3. Lit. be high minded e. De W. Ols. Jo. (nearly) Me. VH. (nearly). more than. - 8 be minded. --- 9 unto sobriety Jo. l'e. 16, 27. And.-13 . 17. But. — 14 V. 25. Me. and (virtually) Va. — 10 v. 5. the many' (i.e. eing al. De W. Li. Me. VH. ; i.e. is happened "the complex and aggregate body of Christians ") ert of Al. Me. VH. Va. 15 So i.e. full num- Bentley.-il V8. 6-8, So Al. Va. Da. Jo. Me. VH. and I. Ye. Al. Rii. Va. and (nearly) Jo. and Tr.; but we

have gifts

either prophecy illing up (i.e. filling up from among the Gen- or ministry, in our ministering or... in his make up the numbers of the Jetcs Ols. teaching or... in his exhortation De W. . and 80 Rnther have taken De W. Me. Va.-17 V. 29. Bu, La. Ti. apparently. 12 V. 6. i.e. speaking in werer be repented of by Him.

the spirit: cp. 1 Cor. 12. 13. — 13 i.e. the faith which READ.-V. 13. A So DE; But NA B, Edd. each possesses Al. Da. De W. Me. VH. . (or which catiles. Nay rather RABC, Edd. makes a prophet Jo.); the gospel Va. So some later Mss. Al.l; nei shall he


Chap 12. 5. 8 (rathe but E B, Estet. -V. 22. B So Dbe; goodness of every one) D"; but severally (i.e. in respect of our B, Edd.

relations each to each Me.) N ABD*, Edd,


6. 12. 16.

TL 31,

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