The Historical New Testament: Being the Literature of the New Testament Arranged in the Order of Its Literary Growth and According to the Dates of the Documents
T. & T. Clark, 1901 - 724 páginas
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What hast thou that thou didst not receive ? Why exult as if thou hadst 8 not
received, when thou didst receive 1 Have you been sated already ? Grown rich
already ? Come to reign, apart from us ? Ah, would that 9 you had come indeed
2 1 Wherefore thou art without excuse, 0 man, whoever thou art that judgest ; in
judging the other man thou art ... of the stupid, a teacher of children, since in the
law thou hast the embodiment of 194 HISTORICAL NEW TESTAMENT [i»_2*>
children, since in the law thou hast the embodiment of knowledge and 21 truth—
well then, thou teacher of another person, tenchest thou not 22 thyself ? thou
preacher against stealing, dost thou steal ? thou forbidder of adultery, dost thou ...
4 "Who art thou to judge Another's servant ? ... 15 If thy brother is being injured for
a matter of mere food, Thou art no longer walking by love ; Destroy not with thy
food him for whom Christ ... 22 The faith thou hast, keep it to thyself before God.
Also, tell Archippus : "Attend to the ministry thou hast received in the Lord ; see
and fulfil it." 18 The salutation is by the hand of me, Paul. Remember my
imprisonment. Grace be with you. l Beading Ni!/*?«. * Reading *Smt. [61 A.D. ±]
PAUL TO ...
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