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To flee from idolatry.
1 CORINTHIANS, 11.

Rules for dirine sorship Anno "God is faithful, who will not suffer you

CHAPTER 11.

1 DOMINI to be tempted above that ye are able; but

DOMIN! will with the temptation also make a way

1 He reproveth them, because in kol, care Niet I ch. 1.9.

to escape, that ye may be able to bear it. 4 their men prayed with thrir heads covered
14 Wherefore, my dearly beloved, y flee

and 6 women with their heads KnOrred, IT ta Ps 15, 3.

because generally their matings were upp 2 Pet. 2.9. from idolatry.

the better but for the worse, as 2 namely in Jer. 29. 11.

15 I speak as to 'wise men; judge ye profaning with their own fease the Lord stap
what I say.

per. 23 Lastly, he calleth them to the Ars

stitution thereof. 2 Cor. 6.17 16 . The cup of 7 blessing 7 & which we 1 John 5.21

E i cb. 81. blood Christ? which

am of . a Matt. 20. break, is it not the communion of the 2 Now I praise you, brethren, that ye iti 26, 27, 28. body of Christ?

remember ine in all things, and keep Pesa 19 6 Acts 2. 42, 17 For cwe 10 being many

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the ' || ordinances, as I delivered the cur ch. 11. 23,

bread, and one body : for we are all par- to yon. 24. takers of that one bread.

3 But I wonld hare you know, that the Rom. 12. 5. 18 Behold - Israel after the flesh: fare head of every man is Christ; and the

ch. 12. 27 not they which eat of the sacrifices 1 par- head of the woman is the man; and u d kom. 4. 12. takers of 11 the altar?

I the head of Christ is God. Gal. 6. 16.

19 What say I then? 9that the idol is 4 Every man praying or 9 propheering, baru «Rom. 4.1.

any thing, or that which is offered in having his head covered, dishonoureth his & 9. 3,5 2 Cor 11.18. sacrifice to idols is any thing?

head. Lev. 3. 3. 20 But I xay, that the things which the 5 But every woman that prayeth or

& 7. 15. Gentiles sacrifice, they sacrifice to ? prophesieth? with her head upcorered 9 ch. 8. 4.

devil, and not to God: and I would dishonoureth her head: for that is erea A Lev. 17. 7. not that ye should have fellowship with all one as if she were shaven. Deut. 32.17 12 devils 12.

6 For if the woman be not covered, let Ps. 106. 37.

21 Ye cannot drink the cup of the her also be shorn : but if it be ka shame Rev. 9. 20. i 2 Cor. 6.

Lord, and the cup of 12 devils 12: ye for a woman to be shorn or shaven, let 15, 16.

cannot be partakers of the Lord's table, her be covered. * Deut. 32. and of the table of 12 devils 12.

7 For a man indeed ought not to cover 39.

22 13 Do we 'provoke 13 the Lord to his head, foras much as he is the image I Deut. 32. jealousy? mare we stronger than he ? and ry of God: but the woman is the Act 2:

23 * All things are lawful B for me ß; glory of the man. * Ezek. 22. but all things are not expedient: all 8 Form the man is not 3 of 3 the wornan; 14.

things are lawful B for me, but all but the woman 3 of the man. #ch. 6. 12. things edify not.

9 * Neither was the man created for the o Hoin. 15.

24 • Let no man seek his own, but every woman; but the woman for the man. 1, 2. Ver. 33. man another's wealth.

10 For this cause ought the woman to ch. 13. 5. 25 p Whatsoever is sold in the shambles, have 41 power* on her head ? because Phil. 9.4.21.

that eat, 14 asking no question for con- of the angels pl Tim. 4. 4. science sake It:

11 Nevertheless neither is the man with. 9 Ex. 19. 5.

26 For 'the earth is the Lord's, and the out the woinan, neither the woman witb Deut. 10.14. fulness thereof.

out the man, in the Lord. Ps. 24. 1.

50. 12. 27 If any of them that believe not bid 12 For as the woman is 3 of the man.
ver. 23. you to a feast, and ye be disposed to go; even so is the man also by the woman;
Luke 10.7 whatsoever is set before you, eat, asking but all things of God.
cb. 8. 10, no question for conscience sake.

13 Judge in yourselves: is it comely that 12.

28 But if any man say unto you, This is a woman pray unto God uncorered? (Deut. 10. B offered in sacrifice unto idols B, eat not 14 Doth not even nature itself teach you, Ps. 24. 1.

• for his sake that shewed it, and for that, if a man have long hair, it is a

conscience sake : y for the earth is the shame unto him? #Rom. 14. Lord's, and the fulness thereof y:

15 But if a woman have long hair, it is 16.

29 Conscience, I say, not thine own, but a glory to her: for her hair is given ber 10.1 Or, of the other for why is my liberty for a covering. thanks

judged of another man's conscience ? 16 But if any man 5 seems to be cost: 1 giring. 30°For if I 15 by grace 15 be a par- tentious, we have no

6 such Rom. 14.6.

custom, 1 Tim. 4.3, 4.

taker, why am I evil spoken of for that neither the churches of God. y Col. 3. 17 * for which I give thanks :

17 Now ß in this that I declare uxto you 1 Pet. 4. 11. 31 y Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, I praise you not B, that ye come together • Rom.14.13 or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory not for the better, but for the worse. ch. B. 13. of God.

18 For first of all. when ye come to 2 Cor. 6, 3.

32 Give none 16 offence 16, neither to gether in BtheB church, I hear that 1 Gr. Grecks

the Jews, nor to the Gentiles, nor to there be divisions among you; and I e Acts 20. 29. a the church of God:

partly believe it. ch. 11. 29 I Tim. 3. 5.

33 Even ag "I please all men in all 19 For 'there must be also 7) heresies Rom 15.2

things, not seeking mine own profit, but among yon, that they which are ch. 9. 19, 22 the profit of 17 many 17, that they may be proved may be made manifest among c ver. 24. saved.

you.

20 When ye come together therefore into na VAR. REND.-7 V. 16. Lit. the blessing, i.e. the word of blessing, thankspiring Al. De W.; comp. ch. 14. 16. VAR. REXD. – Chap. ll. IF. 2. More u

8 i.e. orer which te pronounce our blessing of margin Al. Da. Ye.; or lessons Be. De . ("the as God Sta. ; 80 Al. De W. 01. who think that the idea of mands as I commanded them to consecration is also implied; 80 .-9&

9 V8. 4. 5. i.e. discoursing in the spirit ai. De WP munion with De W. Me.; a participation of Al. --- 3 V8. 8, 12. out of 41. F. 10 10 v. 17. Lit. the many : see on Rom. 12. 5. v. 18. of power, i.e. of her husband's authority ter partakers with Al., similar word to communion o. 16, Al. De W. Me. Ol. . Sta.; = 8 tošen of bet and have fellowship o. 20. — 12 V8. 20, 21. demons. dignity and power Wo.-IV. 16. So al. De -- 13 V. 22. So (Are we provoking? Do we mean thinks, is minded Me. 01. R.; presumes 1.to provoke?) Al. Be. De w. 01. . Sta. ; We are pro- bi.e. as for women to wear the hair werd voking Me -li V. 25. So Da. De W. Me. Sta. Wo, ; E.; i.e. as to be contentions Ne. De v. ni. for conscience sake eat without asking any question 7 v. 19. = factions Al. Da. Me. 02. (sects Do. Sta Al. Ol. . 15 V. 30. thankfully Al. Da. De W. Me. rather = differences of feeling De W. 01. Wo. — 16 V. 32. i.e. occasion of stumbling Wo.- VAR. READ.--Chap. 11. F. 17. B So (rather in the 17 V. 33. the many.

that I command NC D . Ti. Tr. TH.: thes. VAR. READ. -- V. 23. B. So m*; omit ** A B C* D, command, not praising you for AC. LA. T. * Edd. — V. 28. ß offered in sacrifice simply, or sacri. Al. — v. 18. B Omit X A B C D, Edd. (4.6. com> ficial (meat) RA B, Edd. — y Omit N ABCD, Edd. gether in assembly Al. Me.)

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Of the Lord's supper.
1 CORINTHIANS, 12.

Of spiritual gifts.
Anno
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one place, this is not to eat & the

Anno 3 Wherefore I give you to understand, d that no inan speaking I by the Spirit of DOMINI

59. 21 For in eating every one taketh before God ß calleth Jesus | accursed: and 'thut 1 Or, ye

other his own supper: and one is hungry, no man can say that Jesus is the Lord ß, d Mark 9. 30. cannot eal. and another is drunken.

but by the Holy Ghost.

1 John 1.2,3 1 2 Pet. 2.13. 22 What? have ye not houses to eat and 4 Now there are diversities of gifts, 1 Or, Jude 12 to drink in? or despise ye «the church of but ythe saine Spirit.

@nathema. ech. 10. 32

God, and bshame them that 9 have 5 h And there are 2 differences 2 of 3 | ad. Matt.16.17 b James 2. 6. not?

John 15. 26. What shall I say to you? shall ministrations 3, but the same Lord. 1 Or, then I praise you in this? I praise you not. 6 And there are diversities of operations,

Rom. 12. 23 For I 10 have received 10 of the Lord but it is the same God which worketh peer

4, &c. that which also I delivered unto you, all in all,

Hebr. 2. 4. ech 15. 3 Gai1.l,

& That the Lord Jesus the same night in 7 * But the manifestation of the Spirit 1 Pet. 4.10. 11, 12 which he was betrayed took bread : is given to every man to profit withal. 9 Ephes. 4.4. d Matt. 26. 24 And when he had given thanks, he 8 For to one is given by the Spirit 'the a Rom. 12. brake it, and said. B Take, eat B: this is word of wisdom; to another the word

6, 7, 8. Dark 14.22

Ephes.4.11 Luke 22. 19. my body, which is y broken y for you: of knowledge by the same Spirit;

Or, Or, for this do 1 in remembrance of me.

another faith byl the same 9 - To

ministeries. 25 After the same manner also he took Spirit; to another the gifts of healing i Eph. 1. 23 the cup, when he had supped, saying, 1 by the same Spirit;

k Rom. 12. 1 Or, che 11 This cup is the new

12 testament in 10 p To another the working of miracles; 6, 7, 8. my blood !!: this do ye, as oft as ye to another *, prophecy *; 'to another dis

ch 14. 26. • John 14. 3. drink it, 13 in 13 remembrance of me. cerning of spirits ; to another dirers

Ephes. 4.7. & 21. 22.

1 Pet. 4. 10. Actel. 11. 26 For as often as ye eat this bread, and kinds of tongues ; to another the inter

11. 4.5. drink this cup, lye do shew the Lord's pretation of tongues :

1 ch. 2. 6, 7. & 15. 23. death till he come.

11 But all these worketh that one and mch. 1. 5. 1 Thess. 4.

27 Wherefore whosoever shall eat this the selfsame Spirit, dividing to every & 13. 2. 2 Tbeas. 1. bread, Band 8 drink this cup of the man severally was he will.

2 Cor. 8. 7. Lord, unworthily, shall be guilty of the 12 For *as the body is one, and hath

n Matt. 17. Jade 14.

19, 20. body and blood of the Lord.

many members, and all the members of Rev. 1. 7.

ch. 13. 2. 28 But "let a man examine himself, and that Bone B body, being many, are one 2 Cor. 4.13 Sum 9. 10, 13. so let him eat of that bread, and drink body: y so also is Christ,

. Mark 16. John 6. 31, of that cup. 13 For : by one Spirit 5 ares we all bap

James 5.14 29 For he that eateth and drinketh Bun- tized into one body, ' whether we be Jews over. 28, 29, & 13. 2.

Mark 16.17. worthily B, eateth and drinketh 14 dam- or Gentiles, whether we be bond or free; eb. 10. 27.

Gal. 3. 5. nation is to himself, 15 not discerning 15 and have been all made to drink B into B g 2 Cor. 13.3.

Rom. 12.6 Gal. 6. 4. the y Lord's y body. one Spirit.

ch. 13. . 1 OT,

30 For this' cause many are weak and 14 For the body is not one member, but & 14. 1, &c. jugal, sickly among you, and many sleep.

many.

rch. 14. 29 An. 13. . 31 B For B kif we 16 would judge 16 our. 15 If the foot shall say, Because I am 1 John 4.1. P. 32. 5. selves, we should not be judged.

not the hand, I am not of the body; is . Acts 2. 4. 1 Joha 1.9.

& 10. 46. 39 But when we are judged, we are it therefore not of the body?

eb. 13. 1. i PR. 84. 12, chastened of the Lord, that we should 16 And if the ear shall say, Because I 13

1 Rom. 12.6. not be condemned with the world. Hebr. 12.

am not the eye, I am not of the body;

ch. 7. 7 33 Wherefore, my brethren, when ye is it therefore not of the body?

2 Cor.10.13 ver. 21.

come together to eat, 17 tarry one for 17 If the whole body were an eye, where Ephes. 4.7 & rer. 22 another 17. were the hearing? If the whole were hear # John 3. 8.

Hebr. 2. 4. 1 Or,

84 And if any man khunger, let him eat ing, where were the smelling? ydymrul

* Rom. 12. at 'home; that ye come not together 18 But now hath God set the members

4, 5 = 7.17. unto 13 condeinnation 18. And the rest every one of them in the body, das it

Ephes. 4. 4, Titua 1. . m will I set in order when I come.

hath pleased him.

16. #ch. $. 19. CHAPTER 12. 19 And if they were all one member, y ver. 27.

Gal. 3. 16. 1 Spiritual gifta 4 are divers, 7 yet all to profit where were the body? withal & And to that end are dirersely be 20 But now are they many members, yet

• Rom. 6. 5. stonedi 12 that by the like proportion, as the but one body.

Gal. 3. 28. members of a natural body tend all to the 21 And the eye cannot say unto the

Ephes. 2. 16 mutual deceney, 22 service, and 20 succour hand, I have no need of thee: nor again

13, 14, 16, of the same boului 17 80 we should do one for the head to the feet, I have no need of

Col. 3. 11. eek 14.1.37. another, to make up the mystical body of

+ Gr. Greek bcn. 6. 11. Christ.

you.

John 6 63. Ephes. 2.

Ow.concerning spiritual gifts, breth 22 Nay, much more those members of 11. 12.

& 7, 37, 38, I Thess. 1.9. ren, I would not have you ignorant. the body, which seem to be inore feeble, 39. Titas 3. 3. 2 Ye know that Bye were Gentiles, are necessary :

c ver. 28 1 Pet 4. 3. carried B away unto these dumb idols, 23 And those members of the body, which a Rom. 12.3. e Po. 115. S.

ch. 3. 5. even as ye were led. we think to be less honourable, upon

ver. ll. these we bestow more abundant ho.

Or, put on. VAR. REND.-8 y. 20. So De W. 01. Sta. (. per- nour; and our uncomely parts have more hops); it is not (you do not come to eat Al. Wo.; abundant comeliness. ye cannot eat Be.V. 22. So Al.; have nothing. 24 For our comely parts have no need : are poor Be. De W. Me. 01. Sta. - 10 v. 23. Strictly but God hath tempered the body toreceived -Il V. 25. So Al. De W. 01. . Sta.; By gether, having given more

abundant my blood this cup is the new covenant Me.

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co- honour to that part 6 which lacked 6: venant al. De. De W. Me. Sta. Wo. 13 Strictly for. 25 That there should be no 4 schism in 1 Or, 14 V. 29. As marg. Al. Wo. Da. 15 So (ie. if the body; but that the members should

dirision. he do not appreciate rightly the body) Al. De W. Me. have the same care one for another. Sta.;

if he do not distinguish from common food) 01. 26 And whether one member snffer, all Ra. Wo. 16 V. 31. judged aright of Al. Me.: same the members suffer with it, or one memtoord as discern v. 29. - 17 V. 33. SO A. Da. De W. ber be honoured, all the members rejoice Me. Sta.; entertain one another O. . Wo. — with it. 13 V. 34. Same toord as damnation d. 29. VAR. READ.-V, 24. B So C3 ; omit NABCD, Edd. VAR. REND.-Chap. 12. 1 Vs. 3, 9. Lit. in.

- SO C3 DD (Scr. perhaps) ; omit M* ABC*, ' V. 5. diversities, as re. 4, 6. 3 Rather minisEdd. V. 27. B and NBCD, Edd. V. 29. B So tries, services 41. De W. Ne. 01. Sta. 4V. 10. * O D; omit ** ABC*, Edd. (he that eateth and i.e. speaking in the spirit Al. De W. 5 V. 13. drinketh eateth and drinketh judgment to himself Strictly were. -6v. 24. which is inferior De W. if he do not discern .. Me.) -- y So N C D; omit Me. Ol. . NABC, Edd. — V. 31. B SO A'C; But fe À BD, VAR. READ.--V. 3. B So D; saith, Jesus is acEdd. Chap. 12. 1. 2. B when ye were Gentiles ye cursed, ...... say, Jesus is Lord NAB C, Edd.were carried X ABCD, Edd. (La.); WH. however V. 12. B Omit ni ABC, Edd.—V. 13. B So De; omit suspect corruption.

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The praises of charity.
1 CORINTHIANS, 13, 14.

Prophery is preferred Anno 27 Now ye are 7the body of Christ, 12 + darkly 12; but then 'face to face : DOMINI and members Sin particular 8.

now I know in part; but then shall I DONIN! 28 And God hath set some in the 13 know 13 even ae also I 14 am 14 lá knowns. church, first apostles, secondarily pro

13 And 15 now 15 16 a bideth 16 faith, hope.'. Rom. 12.5. Ephes. 1. 23. phets, thirdly teachers, after that "mi. charity, there three; but the greatest of & 4, 19. racles, then gifts of healings, helps", these charity. & 5 23, 30. 10+ governments 10, i diversities of tongues. Col. 1. 24.

CHAPTER 14. 29 Are all apostles are all prophets are Ephes. 3. all teachers? are all || workers of miracles? 1 Prophecy is commended, 9, 3, 4 and preferred

before speaking with ton pues, 6 by a 80 Have all the gifts of healing p do all g Ephes. 4.

drawn from musical instrumenica 12 À 271.566 speak with tongues? do all interpret? be referred to edilection, as to thrir true and ນ

S1 But 11.covet earnestly 11 the 12 best 12 proper end. 26 The true use of this taught h Ephes. 2. gifts: and yet shew I unto you 13 a more

27 and the abuse tuxed. 34 Womea ar fer 20

bidden to speak in the church. & 3. 5. excellent way 13, i Acts 13. 1. Rom. 12. 6. k ver. 10. I rer. 9. m Num. 11. 17. * Rom.

LOW after charity, and ls desire! I si 12. 8. Tim. 5. 17. Hebr. 13. 17, 24. 1 Or, kinds, ver. 10. 1 Or, spiritual gifts, but rather that ye Powert. ch, 1, 1, 32.

may prophery? CHAPTER 13.

2 For he that speaketh in an ERIC 126 I AU gifts, 2, 3 hou ercellent_soever, are nothing tongue speaketh not unto men, bat unto

toorth without charity. The praises thereof, God for no man I understandeth ;
and 13 prelation before hope and faith. howbeit in the spirit he speakech mys-

men and of angels, and have not 3 But he that prophesieth speaketh
I charity, I am become as sounding unto men to edification, and exhortation,
brass, or a tinkling cymbal.

and comfort. ech. 12. 8, 2 And though I have the gift of pro- He that speaketh in an en zo' 9, 10, 28.

phecy, and understand all mysteries, and tongue edifieth himself; but he 14.1, &c. See Matt. all knowledge ; and though I have all prophesieth edifieth the church,

faith, so that I could remove moun. 5 I would that ye all spake with tongues, b Matt. 17. tains, and have not charity, I am no- but rather that ye prophesied : Blor 3 thing.

greater is he that prophesieth than be Mark 11.23.

3 Ănd though I bestow all my goods that speaketh with tongues, except be Lake 17. 6.

to feed the poor, and though I give my • Matt.6.1,2.

interpret, that the church may rece. Te body B to be burned B, and have not edifying.

1 charity, it profiteth me nothing.

6 Now, brethren, if I come unto yog d Prov. 10. 4 Charity suffereth long, and is kind; speaking with tongues, what shall I 12.

charity envieth not; charity * | vauntethprofit you, except I shall speak to you 1 Pet. 4. 8.

not_itself, is not puffed up, ! Or, is not

either by 3 d revelation, or by 3 knos. d her 5 Doth not behare itself unneemly, 'seek- ledge, or 3 by 3 prophesying, or by ech. 10. 24.

eth not her own, is not easily provoked, doctrine ? Phil. 2. 4. 3 thinketh no evil 3 ;

7 And even things without life giring SPs. 10. 3. 6 / Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but y re- sound, whether pipe or barp, except they Rom. 1. 32. joiceth | in the truth;

give a distinction in the 5 sounds, bow, Or, duwen 9 2 John 4. 7 th Beareth * all things, believeth all shall it be known what is piped or 1 Or, trith things, hopeth all things, endureth all harped ? things.

8 For if the trumpet give an uncertain A Rom. 15.1.

8 Charity never faileth: but whether sound, who shall prepare himself to the

there be 5 prophecies 5, they shall fail 6; battle 6? 2 Tim. 2. 24. whether

be tongues, they shall 9 So likewise ye, except re utter by the cease; whether there be knowledge, it tongue words t easy to be under tood

.. shall vanish away.

how shall it be known what is spoken?: Son ich. 8. 2. 9 For we know in part, and we pro- for ye shall speak into the air. phesy in part.

10 There are, it may be, so many
10 But when that which is perfect is 1 7 kinds of voices 7 in the world, and pode
come, then that which is in part shall be of them is s without signification”.
done away.

11 Therefore if I know not the meaning
11 When I was a 7 child?, I spake as of the voice, I shall be unto him that
a 7 child 7. I 8
& understood as a 7 child 7

speaketh a barbariano, and be that 1 Or,

I thought as reasoned.

a child 7: but when I speaketh shall be a "barbarian unto me.
became a man, I put'
k 2 Cor.3.18.

away
10 childish 12 Even EO ye, forasmuch as

ye are
& 5. 7.
things 10

zealous t of 10 spiritual gifts 10, seek that!: Phil. 3. 12, 12 For know we see through 11 a glass 11, ye may' excel to the edifying of the questa

church. VAR. REND.-7V. 27. So (Christ's body) Al. Da. 13 Wherefore let him that speaketh in De W. Me. Ol. Sta; a body, even Christ's . (a body of, or by, Christ, i.e. a Christian body, Baur). VAR. REND.-12 V. 12. So nearly D.O. * i.e. reverally Al. Da. V. 28. i.e. the functions of margin); (see) by aid of a dark discours se the diaconate Me. &c. - 10 i.e. the functions of the gospel revelation) 17. Me.; (ree things that som presbyterate Me. &c. 1 y. 31. So wo.; seek zeal- vealed), in riddling fashion wo. ou ly Sta. 80 Al. Be. De W. Ye. OI, Ri.

13 fully know Al. Woli Lit, was: No. ¥. greater. — 13 So (lit. an eminently excellent way 15 V. 13. i.e. this being 80 Al. De W. Me. A Al.) Vulg. Chrys., Be. Me. Al. Da.; a way in addition i.e. in this life . Wo.-16.e. confia Exo., Chap. 13. V. l. = love and go throughout. life to come Me. De W. Ex.; i.e. costisses **

-?V. 4. Rather displays Al. Be. Je. Wo. V. 5. present life Chrys., .; remains as ea. imputeth not the evil which it suffers Me. . Wo.) Be. - Chap. 14. . 1. strive after Al. I No 41. Be. De W. Me. . Sta. Wo.; does not dwell up- 01. (covet and cherish Wo.): me mand on the evil suffered 01. — v. 7. So Al. De W. Me. earnestly ch. 12. 31. -- i.e. sprak in the male Sta. W.; Covereth.e. Covers other men's faulty) pound the word W..); stkrouzkout the chart Be. 01. (and . perhaps). 5 V. 8. ie. Speaking in . 6. Lit. in. -* V. 7. So practically or stem the Spirit. 6 be done away; same word as vanish surely De W.; yet, (though they give all your away p. 8, be done away v. 10, put away o. 11, except they give a distinction Al. We. Ri. . 7 V. 11. Rather babe; x0 Sta. --- So 01.; felt Al. Be. 5 Rather notes Li. -6V. S. SO Mei war di. De De W. Me. 9 strictly have become.. have put. 7 v. 10. kinds of languages Al De W.; lang 10 Lit. the things of the babe. il v. 12. i.e. a Me. — * Lit. without the

nature of a language mirror A. Be. Da. De W. Me. Ol. Sta. Wo.; i.e. a distinct meaning) Me., similar srord to yoice windoro .

foreigner Al. Wo. - 10 V. 12. So Al. De . ( VAR. READ.-Chap. 13. V. 3. B So CD, La. Ti. strictly spirits, and so Me. (zealous in behať do Tr. Al. Scr. ; that I may glory X AB, WH. (differ own spirits Wo.) ence of one letter in Greek.)

VaR. READ.--Chap. 14. T. 5. B bat X AB, Bad

the truth.

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2. 11, speak with, tongues, mands there believe in MOREOVER,

to the gift of tongues.
1 CORINTHIANS, 15.

Of the resurrection. Anno an unknown tongue

11

pray that he may 30 If any thing be revealed to another Anno DOMINI interpret 1

that sitteth by, let the first hold his DOMINI 14 For if I pray in an unknown tongue, peace. my spirit prayeth, but my understanding 31 For ye 22 may all prophesy 22 23 one by - 1 Thess. 5. is unfruitful.

one 23, that all may learn, and all may 19, 20. 15 What is it then ? I will pray with be comforted 24.

the spirit, and I will pray with the 32 And the spirits of the prophets are 1 John 4. 1. € Ephes. 5. understanding also : I will sing with subject to the prophets. 19.

the spirit, and I will sing with the 33 For God is not the author of t confu- Gr. tumult, Col. 3. 16.

understanding also. Ps. 17.7.

sion, but of Bpeace, 'as in all churches

or, auquiet16 Else when thou shalt bless with the of the saints. spirit, how shall he that 12 occupieth the

I ch. 11. 16.

34 Let your women keep B silence in room of 12 the 13 unlearned 13 say Amen the 25 churches 25: for it is not permitted

w I Tim. 2.

11, 12 ch. 11. 24.

thy giving of thanks, seeing he unto them to speak ; but they are com Ich 11, 3. understandeth not what thou sayest? manded to be under obedience, as also Ephes. 5. 17 For thou verily givest thanks well, saith the y law.

22.
but the other is not edified.
35 And if they will learn any thing, let

Col. 3. 18. 18 I thank B my B God, I speak with them ask their husbands at home : for

Titue 2. 5.

1 Pet. 3. 1. tongues more than ye all :

it is a shame for Bwomen B to speak in 19 Yet in the church I had rather speak the church.

y Gen. 3. 16. five words with my understanding, that 36 What ? came the word of God out by my voice I might teach others also, from you ? or came it unto 26 you only 267 than ten thousand words in an unknown 37 - If any man think himself to be a 2 Cor. 10.7. tongue. prophet, or spiritual, let him acknowledge

1 Jolun 4.6. I Pe. 131. 2. 20 Brethren, abe not children in under that the things that I write unto you are Matt. ll. standing : how beit in malice i be

ye Bthe commandments B of the Lord. & 19. 3.

14 children 14, but in understanding be S8 But if any man be ignorant, ß let & 19. 14. † men.

him be ignorant ß. Rom. 16.19. 21 k In the law it is written, With men eh. 3.1.

39 Wherefore, brethren, covet to pro

«ch. 12. 31. Ephes. 6. of other tongues Band other lips B will phesy, and forbid not to speak with

1 Thess. 5. I speak unto this people ; and yet for tongues. Hebr. 5. 12, all that will they not hear me, saith 40 B Let B all things be done decently ver. 33. 13. the Lord

and in order. i Matt. 18. 3. 22 Wherefore tongues are for & sign, 1 Pet. 2. 2. not to them that believe, but to them

CHAPTER 15. to the right that believe not but prophesying serveth 3 By Christ's resurrection, 12 he proreth the eze. not for them that believe not, but for

necessity of our resurrection against au such them which believe.

as deny the resurrection of the body. 21 The

fruit, 35 and manner thereof. 51 and of the Joha 10. If therefore the whole church be

changing of them, that shall be found alive at come together into one place, and all

the last day.

brethren, I declare those , ,

unto you the gospel

a which I a Gal. 1. 11. Acta 2, 13 ** will they not say that ye are mad ? preached unto you, which also ye have 6 Rom. 5. 2. 24 But if all prophesy, and there come received, and wherein ye stand;

c Rom. 1. 16. in one that believeth not, or one

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un 2 By which also ye lare saved'ı, if ye ch.1 21. learned 16, he is 17 convinced of all 17, he keep in memory T what I preached un

1 Or, kold is 18 judged of all 18:

to you, unless dye 2 have believed 2 sin fast. 25 B And thus are the secrets of his vain 3

+ Gr. by heart made manifest; and so falling down 3 For I delivered unto yon first of all

ahal speech. on his face he will worship God, and that I which I also received, how that d Gal. 3. 4. alsai, 15. report that God is in you of a truth. Christ died for our sins according to ech. 11. 2, 26 How is it then, brethren ? when ye the scriptures;

23. Zech. 8. 23.

come together, every one of you hath a 4 And that he was buried, and that he Gady 1. 12. e ser. 6. psalm, hath a 19 doctrine 18 hath * rose * again the third day A according to Ps. 22. 15, ch. 12.8%, tongue, hath a revelation, hath an inter- the scriptures :

&c. 10. pretation. Let all things be done unto 5 i And that he was

Issi 53. 5, peh. 12.7.

seen of Cephas,

6, &c. 2 Cor. 12, edifying. then * of the twelve:

Dan. 9. 26. 19.

27 If any man speak in unknoton 6 After that, he was seen of above five Zech. 13. 7. Ephes. 4. tongue, let it be by two, or at the most hundred brethren at once; of whom the

Luke 24. 26, 12. by three, and that by course ; and let one greater part remain untó this present,

Acts S. 18. interpret. but some are fallen asleep.

& 26. 23 28 But if there be no interpreter, let 7 After that, he was seen of James ;

1 Pet 1.11. him keep silence in the church; and let then of all the apostles. him speak to himself, and to God.

A Ps. 2. 7. & 16. 10. Isai. 53. 10. Hosea 6. 2. Luke 94. 26, 46. Acts 2. 25-31. 29 Let the prophets speak two or three, & 13. 33, 34, 35. & 26. 22, 23. 1 Pet. 1. 11. i Luke 24. 34. k Matt 28 17. 9 ch. 12. 10. and alet 20 the other 20 22 judge 21,

Mark 16. 14.

Luke 24. 36. John 20. 19, 26. Acts 10. 41. 1 Luke 14. 50.

Acts 1.3, 1. VAR. REND.-Il v. 13. So Ol. .; pray with intent to interpret De W. Me. Wi.; ask (silently), when he VAR. REND.-22 V. 31. So De W. .; have it in your is praying (aloud), that he may interpret Al. 80 Sta. own power that you all should prophesy Al. Me: Sta. nearly, v. 16. i.e. is in the condition of Al. Be. 23 So Al. Be. Da. Me. Ol. Sta.; every one . De W. Ol, Sta. (. nearly); occupies the place of Me. 24 exhorted, roused Be. Da. Me. Ol. . Al. perhaps.) Wo.- 13 Lit. private man, plain man Al.; layman - 25 V. 34. 1.e. assemblies Be. Me. 01. - 26 v. 36. Ol. (i.e. one who has not the gift of speaking or inter. i.e. only you. Chap. 15. IV. 2. Strictly are being preting Al. De W. Me, Sta. ; one who is not at the saved. --- ? Lit. believed, i.e. became believers ni. time engaged in speaking or interpreting. Ol. :)

De W. Me. SO Al. De W. Me. 01. Sta.;

without ht v. 20. babes Da. Li. 15 v. 23. unlearned i.e. in due reason . (De W. perhap8.) — 47. 4. Strictly the faith De W., but al. Me. Sta. explain the word as has been raised, is risen: 80 Ál. Da. De W. Me. Sta. ia t. 16. - 16 V. 24. i.e. who has not the gift of_' pro- Wo. phecy' Al. Me. Sta. ; ignorant of the faith De W. VAR. READ.-V8. 33, 34. B So Tr. Al. (80 .); $0 17 = convicted by all 4l. Da. - 18 so nearly De W. WH.I toho however connect as in all churches with Me. Ol.; examined, sifted by all Al. Da. Li. 0. 31; of peace. As in all churches of the saints let 13 V. 26. i.e. discourse of doctrine Al. Me. - 20 V. 29. the women keep Ti. WH.(80 Me. De W.); of peace. the others, i.e. other prophets,' De W. Me. 01. As in all churches let the wives of the saints keep si discern Li.: cp. ch. 12. 10.

La. - V. 35. B a woman N* AB, Edd. V. 37. B VAR. READ. - V. 18. B Omit X ABD, Edd. So Do Do ; 80 nearly commandment) X AB, La. Tr. 1. 21. B So D; with the lips of others (i.e. strangers) WH. Al.); omit D*, Ti. - V. 38. B SO H A B D DR, NAB, Edd. - v. 25. BSO D«; omit XA B D*, Tr. A.; he is ignored * A* D* La. Ti. Tr.? wh. Edd. (The secrets of his heart are made manifest.) V. 40. B But let or Only let XABD, Edd.

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9 For I am the least of the apostles, not at all? why are they then baptized

that am not meet m Acts 9. 4,

to be called an for the dead B? 17.

apostle, because I persecuted the church 30 And & why stand we in jeopardy every 2 Cat II & 22. 14, 18. of God.

hour? 10 But p by the grace of God I am 31. I protest by 15 'your rejoicing 158 1 Or, en

what I am: and his grace which was which I have in Christ Jesus Our Lord, abortive.

bestowed upon me was not in vain; but I die daily, * Ephes. 3.8

41 laboured more abundantly than they 32 14 If i after the manner of men IN Acts 8. 3.

all: yet not I, but the grace of God have fought 11 with beasts at Ephesiz, & 9.1. B which was B with me.

what B advantageth it me, if the dead Phil. 3. 6. 11 Therefore whether it were I or they, rise not? let us B eat and drink; for 1 T. 1. 13. 30 we preach, and so ye believed.

to morrow we die. p Ephes. 3.

12 Now if Christ be preached that he 33 Be not deceived: Pevil communica

rose from the dead, how say some among tions corrupt good manners. 92 Cor. 11.

you that there is no resurrection of the 34 15 9 Awake 13 16 to righteousness 14, and & 12. 11. dead?

sin not; -for some have not the knom. Matt. 10. 13 But if there be no resurrection of ledge of God: "I speak this to your

the dead, then is Christ not risen: shame. Hom. 15.

14 And if Christ be not risen, then is 18, 19.

35 But some man will say, 'How are the su 2 Cor. 3. 5. our preaching vain, and your faith is dead raised up ? and with what body do ***** Gal. 2.8. also vain.

they come? Ephes. 3.7. 15 Yea, and we are found false witnesses 36 Thou fool, that which thou Bowest' Phil. 2. 13.

of God; because we have testified 7of7 is not quickened, except it die: . 1 Thess. 4.

God that he raised up Christ: whom he 37 And that which thou sowest, thou 14.

raised not up, & if so be that 8 the dead sowest not that body that shall be, bet to (Acts 2. 24, rise not.

bare grain, it may chance of wheat, or 1 Turma é & 4. 10, 33 16 For if the dead rise not, then is not of some other grain: 13. 30. Christ raised:

38 But God giveth it a body as it hetk och 17 And if Christ be not raised, your pleased him, and to every seed Bhis own * Rom. 4. 25. faith is vain ; “ye are yet in your sins. body B. 18 Then they

also which

are fallen 89 All flesh is not the same flesh: bat asleep in Christ are perished.

there is one kind of flesh of men, an1 2 Tim. 3. 19 * If ' in this life only we have 10 hope 10 other flesh of beasts, another of fishes, 12. in Christ, we

are of

all men most and another of birds. miserable.

40 There are also celestial bodies, and y 1 Pet. 1. 3. 20 But now vis Christ risen from the bodies terrestrial : but the glory of the ce Acts 26. 23

dead, Band become B - the firstfruits of lestial is one, and the glory of the terres
them that slept.

trial is another.
Col. 1. 18.
Hev. 1. 5.

21 For «since by man came death, by 41 There is one glory of the sun, sadi a Rom. 5.

came also the resurrection of the another glory of the moon, and another 12, 17. dead.

glory of the stars : for one star differeth b Joha ul. 22 For as in Adam all die, even so in from another star in glory, Christ shall all be made alive.

42 * So also is the resurrection of the Dan Rom. 6. 23.

23 But every man in his own order: dead. It is sown in corruption 1 Thess. 4.

Christ the firsttruits; afterward they that raised in incorruption : 15, 16, 17. are Christ's at his coming.

43 y It is sown in dishonour; it is raised in 24 Then cometh the end, when he B shall in glory: it is sown in weakness; it is d Dan. 7. 14, have delivered ß up the kingdom to God, raised in power:

even the Father; when he shall have 44 It is sown a 17 natural body 17; it is
put down all rule and all authority and raised a spiritual body. B There is a la
power

tural body 17, and there is B a spiritualEume Ps. 110. 2. 25 For he must reign, till he hath body. Acts 2. 34, put all enemies under his feet.

45 And so it is written, The first man 26 / The last enemy that shall be de- Adam was made a living isson] 15, obe *** Ephes 1.99 Hebr. 1 13 stroyed is death.

last Adam was made é a quickening spirit. & 10. 13. 27 For he 9 hath put all things under 46 Howbeit that toas not first which is / 2 Tim. 1. his feet. But ll when he saith all things spiritual, but that which is natural; and editi Rev. 20. 14.

are put under him, it is manifest that afterward that which is spiritus.

be is excepted, which did put all things 47 The first man 9 Ps. 9.6.

is of the earth. " Matt.29.18. under him 11

dearthy: the second man is Bthe Lord Jeux Hebr. 2.8 28 " And when all things shall be 12 sub- from heaven. 1 Pet. 3. 22. dued 12 unto him, then shall the Son A Phil. 3. 21 also himself be 12 subject 12 unto him VaR. REND.-13 F. 31. So Be.; my glorying ich. 3. 23. that put all things under him, that God Al. Da. De W. Me. Ol. Sta. Wo T. $ IL 3. may be all in all.

it was from ordinary human notices and some

hope of my resurrection that I forplus Al B. Dort VAR. REND.-5 V. 8. Strictly the abortion, the untimely born (1.e. the weakly child of a family Al. Be. . ; If so far as man was concerned I fra

Me. Ol. Sta, ; If I fought as brarely se s sant De W. Je. 01. Wo. - 6 V. 13. not even Christ. I should have had to fight but funger Gat'ı isteyen 7 V. 15. So Al. De W.; aguinst Me. . — if really Wo. --- 15 V. 34. Lit. Awake to subernes. as they say Al. 01. — 9 v. 19. So Be. 01.; we have Al. Sta.; duly De W. Ne. 01. Ra. 21. Pe only hoped in Christ in this life (.e. 'hare only hape animal body 11. (nnspiritual Da) —"T hoped, and have hoped in this life only) Al. De W. Me. soul, natural similar foords. Sta.; If in this life we have hoped in Christ alone, VAR. READ.-V. 29. B (and yet Christ is not risen Ri. 10 Lit. hoped if the dead rise not at all why are the la

baptized for the red IV. 27. So (he saith, i.e. the proph t, or it saith, WH. AL. (80 De W. Me.); shall ther do who are built ie, the scripture) Be. Da. De W. 01. Sta. When God tized ? it is for the dead, if the dead rise not shall have declared that all things have been sub- i.e. if there is no resurrection, baptis ». jected to him, it is evident that they will have been of nothing further than the death of OuT mortal budur subjected save only Him who did Subject them to why are they even baptized for them: him Al. Mo. — 12 V. 28. subdue, subject same word v. 31. B So D; add brethren N AB. Edd. -T.$ ae_put under o. 27.

So Wo.; advantageth it me: If the dead ris. VAR. READ.--Chap. 15. V. 10. B SO HAD W12; let us ta. Ti. Tr. WH. Al. D. M. F.RS omit N* B D*, La. Ti. Tr. Al. (the grace.. laboured Ne; a body of its own, a special body N ABD, with me). - V. 20. B So D; omit RAB D*, Edd. V. 4. B So Do D; If there is (risen ..., as the first-fruits). - V. 4. B delivers NABD*, Edd. -V 47. 8 So N A DD; *** NABD, Edd.

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