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CHAP. III.

are justified. t 8 And the scripture, fore-law, which was four hundred seeing that God would justify and thirty years after, can. the heathen through faith, not disannul, that it should preached before the gospelun- make the promise of none to Abraham, saying, In thee effect. shall all nations be blessed. 18 For if the inheritance be

9 So then they which be of of the law, it is no more of faith are blessed with faith- promise: but God gave it to ful Abraham.

Abraham by promise. w10 For as many as are oft 19 Wherefore then serveth the works of the law are un- the law? It was added beder the curse: for it is writ-cause of transgressions, till ten, Cursed is every one that the seed should come to whom continueth not in all things the promise was made; and it which are written in the book was ordained by angels in of the law to do them.

the hand of a mediator. t 11 But that no man is jus- t 20 Now a mediator is not a tified by the law in the sight mediator of one, but God is of God, it is evident: for, The one. just shall live by faith. 21 Is the law then against

12 And the law is not of the promises of God? God forfaith:but,The man that doeth bid: for if there had been a them shall live in them. law given which could have t 13 Christ hath redeemed us given life, verily righteousfrom the curse of the law, ness should have been by being made a curse for us: for the law. it is written, Cursed is every t 22 But the scripture hath one that hangeth on a tree: concluded all under sin, that b 14 That the blessing of the promise by faith of Jesus Abraham might come on Christ might be given to them the Gentiles through Jesus that believe, Christ; that we might re 23 But before faith came, ceive the promise of the Spi- we were kept under the law, rit through faith.

shut up unto the faith which 15 Brethren, I speak after shouldafterwards berevealed. the manner of men; Thought 24 Wherefore the law was it be but a man's covenant, our schoolmaster to bring us - yet if it be confirmed, no man unto Christ, that we might disanulleth,or addeth thereto. be justified by faith. t 16 Now to Abraham and his 25 But after that faith is seed were the promises made. come, we are no longer unHe saith not, And to seeds as der a schoolmaster. of many; but as of one, Andt 26 For ye are all the chilto thy seed, which is Christ. dren of God by faith in

17 And this I say, that the Christ Jesus. covenant, that was confirmed 27 For as many of you as before of God in Christ, the have been baptized into

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Christ freeth us GALATIANS. from the law. Christ have put on Christ. unto ye desire again to be in

28 There is neither Jew nor bondage? Greek, there is neither bond 10 Ye observe days, and nor free, there is neither months, and times, and years. male nor female: for ye are 11 I am afraid of you, lest I all one in Christ Jesus. have bestowed upon you lab 29 And if ye be Christ's, bour in vain. then are ye Abraham's seed, 12 Brethren, I beseech you and heirs according to the be as I am; for I am as ye promise.

are: ye have not injured me CHAP. IV.

at all. OW I say, That the heir, 13 Ye know how through in

as long as he is a child, firmity of the flesh I preachdiffereth nothing from a ser- ed the gospel unto you at vant, though he be lord of all; the first.

2 But is under tutors and d 14 And my temptation governors until the time ap- which was in my flesh ye de. pointed of the father. spised not, nor rejected; but

3 Even so we, when we received me as an angel of were children, were in bon- God, even as Christ Jesus. dage under the elements of 15 Where is then the blessthe world:

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ye spake of? for I bear t 4 But when the fulness of you record, that, if it had the time was come, God sent been possible, ye would have forth his Son, made of a wo- plucked out your own eyes, man, made under the law, and have given them to me.

To redeem them that c 16 Am I therefore become were under the law, that we your enemy, because I tell might receive the adoption you the truth? of sons.

17 Thiey zealously affect t 6 And because ye are sons, you, but not well; yea, they God hath sent forth the Spi- would exclude you, that ye rit of his Son into your hearts, might;affect them. crying, Abba, Father, d 18 But it is good to be zealbi Wherefore thou art no ously affected always in a more a servant, but a son; good thing, and not only when and if a son, then an heir of I am present with you. God through Christ. t 19 My little children, of C 8 Howbeit then, when ye whom I travail in birth again knew not God, ye did service until Christ be formed in you, unto them which by nature 20 I desire to be present with are no gods.

you now, and to change my t 9 But now, after that ye voice; for I stand in doubt have known God, or rather of you. are known of God, how turn 21 Tell me, ye that desire ye again to the weak and to be under the law, do ye beggarly elements, where I not hear the law?

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To deal mildly

GALATIANS. with offenders. 14 For all the law is fulfill-p 26 Let us not be desirous ed in one word, even in this; of vain glory, provoking one Thou shalt love thy neigh- another, envyingoneanother. bour as thyself,

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RETHREN, if a man be vour one another, take heed overtaken in a fault, ye that ye be not consumed one which are spiritual, restore of another.

such an one in the spirit of d 16 This I say then, Walk in meekness; considering thythe Spirit, and ye shall not self, lest thou also be tempted. fulfil the lust of the flesh. d2 Bear ye one another's c 17 For the flesh lusteth burdens, and so fulfil the against the Spirit, and the law of Christ. Spirit against the flesh: and 3 For if a man think himare contrary the one to the self to be something, when other: so that ye cannot do he is nothing, he deceiveth the things that ye would. himself.

18 But if ye be led of the d 4 Bat let every man prove $pirit, ye are not under the his own work, and then shall law.

he have rejoicing in himself t 19 Now the works of the alone, and not in another. flesh are manifest, which are 5 For every man shall bear these; Adultery, fornication, his own burden. uncleanness, lasciviousness, t*6 Let him that is taught in

20 Idolatry, witchcraft, ha- the word communicate unto tred, variance, emulations, bim that teacheth in all good wrath, strife, seditions, here-things. sies,

7 Be not deceived; God is t 21 Envyings, murders, not mocked: for whatsoever drunkenness, revellings, and a man soweth, that shall he such like: of the which I tell also reap. you before, as I have also i 8 For he that soweth to his told you in time past, that flesh shall of the flesh reap they which do such things corruption; but he that sowo shall not inherit the king- eth to the Spirit shall of the dom of God.

Spirit reap life everlasting: t 22 But the fruit of the Spi. d 9 And let us not be weary in rit

is love, joy, peace, long- well doing: for in due season suffering, gentleness, good. we shall reap, if we faint not, ness, faith,

1 10 As we have therefore 23. Meekness, temperance: opportunity, let us do good against such there is no law. unto all men, especially unto t 24 And they that are Christ's them who are of the househave crucified the flesh with hold of faith, the affections and lusts. 11 Ye see how large a letter d 25 If we live in the Spirit, I have written unto you with let us also

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