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307. xxiii. 10 Because of swEARING, the Land MOURNETN. Huib. v. 33 Ye bave heard that it hach been said by them of old Time, Thou shalt not FORSWEAR thyself, but thalt perform unto the LORD thine Onas.

34 But I say unto you, SWEAR not at all ; neither by Heaven, for it is GOD's Throne :

35 Nor by the Earth, for it is his Footstool : neither by Jerusalem, for it is the City of the great King

36 Neither shalt thou swear by thy Head, because thou canst not make One Hair white or black.

3? But let your Communication be YEA, YEA; NAY, NAY : for whatros cier is inore than there, cometh of Evil.

IV. 8 9 Remember the Sib: 9 Marth. xii. 8 The Son of Man is bath-day, to keep it holy.

LORD even of the SABBATH-DAY.

John xx. 19 The same Day at E9 SIE Dars thalt thou la:

vening, being the First Day of the bour, and do all thy Tork. Week, when the Doors were shut,

10 But the scornth Day is where the Disciples were assembled the Schoath of the Lontbu for fear of the Jews, came Jesus, Cod: in it thou (1)..!( not do

and stood in the midst, and faith un

to them, Peace be unto you. any quo.b, toou, nor thy DIN, Axs xx. 7 Upon the FIRST Day of 110: thy Daughter, thy s19.111: the Week, when the Disciples came ler bant, nor thy M id-ser: together to break Bread, Paul preachbant, 1107 thy Cattle, nor thy

ed unto them.

Isa. Iviii. 13 If thou turn thy Foot Stranger that is within the from the SABBATH, from doing thy Cites.

Pleasure on my holy Day, and call I for in air Days the Lord the SABBATH a DELIGHT, the Holy of una de Heaven and Eartb), the the LORD, honourable, and thalt no$ia, and all that iil them is,

NOUR him, not doing thine own

", Ways, nor finding thine own PLEAand tcücd the seventh Day: SURE, nor speaking thine own Words. bocrefore the Lord blefled the .14 Then thalt thou DELIGHT thyDabbach-day, and ballowed self in the LORD.

V. 12 r Houour thy father Eph. vi. 1 Children over your and thy mother : that thy PARENTS in the LORD : for this is Days may be long upon the right..

2 Honour thy Father and thy MoLand which the Loud thy God i

R OZD 2 OU THER, (which is the first Command gibeth chce,

ment with Promise.)

3 That it may be well with thee, and thou mayst live long in the Earth.

i Tim. v. 4 If any Widow have Children or Nephews, let them learn to hex Piery at Home, and to REQUITE their PARENTS : for that is good and ACCEPTABLE before God.

Marth. xv. 4 GOD COMMANDED, saying, HONOUR thy FATHER and MOTHER: and, He that curseth Father or Mother, let him die the Death.

1 Pet. ii. 13 Submit yourselves to every ORDINANCE of Man for the Load's Sake : whether it be to the KING, as SUPREME;

14 Or unto GOVERNORS, as unto them that are sent by him for the Punilhment of EVIL·DOERS, and for the Praise of them that do well.

Heb. xiii. 17. OBEY them that have the Rule over you, and SUBMIT yourlelves : for they watch for your Souls, as they that must give Account ; that they may do it with Joy, and not with Grief : for that is unprofitable for you,

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Ephes. vi. 3 SERVANTS be OBEDIENT unto them that are your MASTERS according to the Flesh, with Fear and Trembling, in Singleness of Heart, as unto CHRIST :

6 Not with Eye-Service, as Men-pleasers, but as the Servants of CHRIST, doing the Will of God from the Heart.

Pet, v. s Ye Youn er SUBMIT yourselves unto the Elder. Epher. v. 21 SUBMITTING yourselves one to another in the FEAR of God.

Rom xiii. I Let every Soul be SUBJECT unto the HIGHER POWERS. For there is no Power but ot God : the Powers that be, are ordained of GOD.

2 Whosoever therefore refifteth the Power, resifteth the ORDINANCE of God: and they that regist, Thall receive to themselves Damnation.

3 For Rulers are not a TERROR TO GOOD WORKS, but to the EV IL.

VI. 13 s Chou shalt not Matth. v. 21 Ye have heard tha: kill,

it was sai? by them of old Iche,

Thou shalt noi KIIL 22 But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his Brother with out a Cause, shall be in Danger of the Judgment : and who oever hall 3 v to his Brocher, Rica, shall be in Danger of the Council : but whciceius shall say, Thou Fool, shall be in Danger of Hell fire.

43 Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy N g ugur. and hate thine Enemy:

44. But I say unto you. Love your ENEMIES, ELESS then chat (URSE you DO COOd to them that hate you and PRAY for them which defpicetuiy uie you, and PERSECUTE you.

45 That ye may be the Children of your Father which is in Heaven, for he maketh his Sun to rise on the Evil, and on the Good, and lead ch Rain on the Juft, and on the Uniust.

Matin. vii. iz Whatsoever ye would that Men should do 10 YOU, DO ye even so to THEM : for this is the Law and the PROPHETS.

John xiii. 34 A NEW COMMANDMENT I give unto you, thar ye love one another; as i have loved you that ye also love one another.

35 By this shall all Men know that ye are my Disciples, if ye have Love one to another

Ephe. iv. 31 Let all BITTERNESS, and WRATH, and Anger, and CLAMOUR, and Evil-SPEAKING be put away from you, with all MALICE.

32 And he ye KIND one to another, tender-hearted, FORGIVING one another, even as God for CHRIST'S SAKE hath FORGIVEN YOU

i John iii Is Whosoever HatETH his Brother is a MURDERER : and ye know that no Murderer hath eternal Life abiding in him.

VU. 14 hou thalt not Marth. v. 27 Ye have heard that commit adultery.

it was said by them of old Time,

Thou thalt not commit ADULTERY. 28 But I say unto you, That whosoever LOOKETH on a Woman to LUST after her, hath committed ADUITHRY with her already in his Heart.

I Cor. vi. 18 Flee FORNICATION : He that committech Fornication, finaeth against his own body,

i Theff. iv. 3 This is the WILL of God, even your SANCTIFICATION, that ye should ABSTAIN from FORNICATION: . 4. That every one of you should know how to possess his Vessel in SancTIFICATION and HONOUR ;

s Not in the Lust of CONCUPISCENCE, as the Gentiles which Know not GOD.

7 God hath not called us unto UNCLEANNESS, but unto HOLINESS.

Ephes. v. 3 But FORNICATION, and all UNCLEANNESS, or COVETOUSNESS, let it oot be once named among you, as becomerk Saints.

4 Neither FILTHINESS, nor FOOLISH TALKING, nor JESTING, which are not convenient : but rather GIVING of THANKS,

s For

Ş For this ye know, that no WHOREMONGER, nor UNCLFAN PERSON, nor COTTOUS Man who is an IDOLATEB, hath any INHERITANCE in the KINGDOM of CHRIST and of God.

6 Lei no Maa DECEIVE YOU with VAIN WORDS : for because of these Throes cometn the WRATH of God upon the CHILDREN of DISOBEDIENCE. EPD 111, 4 WHORE MONGERS and ADULTERERS God will JUDGE. (iii s Put FILTHY COMMUNICATION out of your Mouth. Rr. xxij. Is Without are Dogs, and Sorcerers, and WHOR EMONGERS, and MURDERŁBS, and IDOLATERS, and whosoever loveth and maketh a Lie *.

VIII. 15 a Thou shalt not - Ephef. iv. 28 Ler him that stole, ical.

STEAL no more; but rather let him

WORK, labouring with his own Hands, 1 Tiel. iv. 6 That no Man go beyond, and DEFRAUD his Brother in any Matter : because that the LORD is the AVENGER of all such.

2 Theft 111. 12 We command and exhort by our LORD JESUS CHRIST, that with QUIETNESS they work, and eat their own BREAD.

IX. 16 w Thou halt not bear w Luke iii. 14 Neither accuse any faire Witness againt thy FAT

FAISELY. beghbour.

you seem to be religious, and bridle not his TONGUE, this Man's Religion is vain.

TH. lil 2 SPEAK EVIL of no Man.
Ma' by vii i JUDGE not, that ye be not JUDGED.

Ephef iv. 25 Putting äway Lying, speak every Man TRUTH with his Neighbour : for we are Members one of another.

1 Cor. xiii. s CHARITY chinketh no Evil. X. 17 - Thou shalt not cobrt

of cohet Luke xii. IS Take heed and be

ware of COVETOUSNESS. thy Peighbour's House, thou

Heb. xiii. 6 Let your Conversation halt not covet thy Reigh- be without CoyETOUSNESS. bout's Wife, no his Wan- Phil. iv. 11 I have learned in whatfer bant, no: his Maid-Cer: soever STATE I am, therewith to be bant, nor his Dr, nor his com

CONTENT,

1 Tim. vi. S Having Food and RarZís, 1102 any Ching that is MENT, let us be therewith CONTENT. thy Peighbour's.

Heb. xiii. s Be CONTENT with such

Things as ye have. 1 Tim. vi. 6 GODLINESS with CONTENTMENT is great GAIN. 7 For we brought NOTHING into this WORLD, and it is certain we can carNOTHING out. & And having Food and RAIMENT, let us be therewith CONTENT.

9 But they that will be RICH, fall into TEMPTATION and a SNARE, and into many foolish and hurtful Lusts, which DROWN Men in Destruction and PERDITION.

10 For the Love of MONEY is the Root of all Evil: which while some COVETED after, they have erred from the FAITH, and PIERCED themselves through with many SORROWS.

Marib. vi. 20 Lay up for yourselves TREASURES in HEAVEN, where neither Moth nor Rust doth corrupt, and where THIEVES do not break through DOI ftcal,

21 For where your TREASURE is, there will your Heart be also. 24 No Man can serve two MASTERS : for either he will hate the one,

* See the Slery of Joseph's being sempted by his Miftress, Gen. xxxix. 7. and the Referenss thereto.

and and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other Ye cannot SERVE God and MAMMON.

25 Therefore I say unto you, Take no Thought for your Life, what ye Mall Eat, or what ye fliall DRINK ; nor yet for your BODY, whar ye mall put on : Is not the Life more than Meat, and the Body than Raiment:

26 Behold the Fowls of the Air: for they fow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into Barns ; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye not much BETTER than they?

27 Which of you by TAKING THOUGHT can add one Cubit unto his Sta. ture.

Maith. xvi. 26 for what is a Man PROFITED, if he Mall GAIN the WHOLE WORLD, and lose his own SOUL? or what Thall a Man give in EXCHANGE for his Soul?

Löske xii. is And he said unto themi, Take heed, and .beware of CoveTOUSNESS : for a Man's LIfe conGfteth not in the A BUNDANCE of the Things which he POSSESSETH

16 And he 1; ake a Parable unto them, saying, The Ground of a certain rich Man brought forth plentituly

17 And he thought within himself, saying, What shall I do, because I have no Room where to bestow my Fruits ?

18. And he faid, This will I do: I will pull down my Barns and build greater; and there will I bestow all my Fruits, and my Goods.

19 And I will say to my Soul, Soul, thou hast much Good laid up for many Years ; take ihine Eare, eat, drink, and be merry

20 But Gop laid unto him, Thou Fool, this Night shall thy Soul be REQUIRED of thee : then whose thall those Things be which thou hast provided :

21 So is he that LAYETH UP TREASURE for himself, and is not rich to. wards Gop.

i John iį. Is Love not the WORLD, neither the Things that are in the World. If any Man Love the WORLD, the Love of the Father is not in him.

16 For all that is in the World, the Lust of the Flesh, and the LUSI of the Eyes, and the Pride of Life, is not of the Father, but is of the World,

17 And the WORLD parfeth away, and the Luft thereof : but he that doth the Will of God abideth for ever.

Cil. iii. 2 Set your AFFECTIONS on Things ABOVE, not on Things on the Earth.

3 For ye are dead, and your Life is hid with Christ in God.

4. When CHRIST who is OUR LIFE shall APPEAR, then shall ye also appear with him in GLORY.

5 MORTlfy therefore your Members, which are upon the Earth ; FORNICATION, UNCLEANNESS, INORDINATE AFFECTION, EVIL CONCUPISCENCE, and COVETOUSNESS, which is IDOLATRY :

6 For which things Sake, the Wrath of God cometh on the Children of DisoBFDIENCE.

7 In the which ye also walked some time, when ye lived in them.

8 But now you also put off all these ; ANGER, WRATH, MALICE, BLASPHEMY, FILTHY COMMUNICATION out of your Mouth.

9 Lie not one to another, seeing that ye have put off the old Man with his DEEDS :

10 And have put on the NEw Man, which is renewed in KNOWLEDGE, after the IMAGE of him that CREATED HIM.

Rom. ii. 13 Not the Hearers of the Law are just before God, but the DOERS of the Law shall be JUSTIFIED.

2! Thou therefore which' TEACHEST another, teachest thou not thyself? throu that preashcft a Man should not steal, dost thou STEAL?

22 Thou

22 Thon that sayeft a Man should not commit Adultery, dost thou COMMIT ADULTERY thou that abhorreft Idols, dost thou commit SacriLEDGE?

23 Thou that makest thy Boast of the Law, through breaking the Law DIS HOYOLREST thou God?

Ga!. v. 16 This I say unto you, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfil the Luft of the Flesh.

17 For the FLESH Justeth against the SPIRIT, and the SPIRIT against the FLESH : and these are contrary the one to the other ; so that ye cannot do the Things that ye would. 1x But if ye be led by the SPIRIT, ye are not under the Law.

19 Now the Works of the FLESH a E MANIFEST, which are these, ADULTERY, FORNICATION, UNCLEANNESS, LASCIVIOUSNESS,

20 IDOLATRY, WITCHCRAFT, HATRED, VARIANCE, EMULATION, WRATH, STRIFE, SEDITIONS. HERESIES,

21 ENVYINGS, MURDERS, DRUNKENNESS REVELLINGS, and such like : of the which I.cell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such Things, Ihall NOT INHERIT the KINGDOM of God.

22 Bur the FRUIT of the SPIRIT is LOVE, JOY, PEACE, LONG-SUFFERING, GENILENESS, GOODNESS, FAITH,

23 MEEKNESS, TEMPERANCE : against such there is no Law.

John i. 16 And, of his FULNESS have all we received, and GRACE for Gracc.

19 For the Law was given by Moses, but Grace and TRUTH came by JESUS CHRIST.

Marib. v. 18 Verily I say unto you, Till Heaven and EARTH pass, one Jot or one Tittle Gall in no wife pass from the Law, till all be FULFILLED

19 Whosoever therefore shall BREAK one of these least COMMANDMENTS, and ihall TEACH Men so, he shall be called the least in in the KINGDOM of HEAVIN : but whosoever shall do, and TEACH them, the same shall be called GREAT in the KINGDOM of HEAVEN.

Ecclef. xii, 13 Let us hear the Conclusion of the whole Matrer, Fear God, 2nd AEE? his COMMANDMENTS ; for this is the wHOLE Duty of Man.

14 For God shall bring EVERY WORK into JUDGMENT, with every SECRET THING, whether it be good, or whether it be evil. 18 , And all the People Habak. iii. 2 O Lord, I have

heard thy Speech, and was AFRAID : saw the THUNDERINGS, and 0

O LORD. revive thy Work in the the LIGHTNING3, and the midst of the Years, in the midst of Noise of the TRUMPET, and the Years make known ; in Wrath

remember MERCY. the Mountain SMOKING :

3 God came from Teman, and the and when the People saw it, HOLY One from Mount Paran. Selah. they removed, and stood a

His GLORY covered the Heavens, and

the Earth was full of his Praile. far off.

4 And his BRIGHTNESS was as the '19 And they said unto Light, he had Horns coming out of Moses, Speak thou with us,

his Hand, and there was the hiding

of his Pow(R. and we will hear ; but let

s Before him went the PESTILENCE, not God speak with us, left and BURNING Coals went forth at his

Feet. we die.

6 He ftood and MEASURED the 20 And Moses said unto EARTH : he beheld, and drove alunthe People, Fear not: for der the Nations, and the everlasting God is come to prove you,

Mountains were scattered, the per

and

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