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to the will of God arid our Father: 5. To whomfoglor| for ever and ever. Amen. 6. I marvel that ye are so soon removed from him that called you into the grace of Christ^ unto another gospel': 7.*' Which is not another': but there be some that k trouble you, and would pervert the gospel of Christ. 8. But though we, or an 'angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you, than that which we have preached unto you, m let him be accursed. 9. As we laid before, so say I now again, If any man preach any 0. ther gospel unto you n than that ye have received, let him be accuried. 1 o. For "do I now perswade men, or God? or do I seek to please men? for if I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant of Christ. 11. But I certifie you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached of me, is not after man. 12. For I neither p received it of man, neither was I taught

World to come. \ Heb. 2. j. For un- off which trouble you,,

to the Angels hath he not put 8. ' 2 Cor. 11. 14. —Satan hiifr

into subjection the World to come, self is transformed into an A>[i

whereof we speak. Have of Light.

tasted the good Word of God, and S m t 1 Cor. i<5. 22. If any Man

the Powers of the World to ceme. love not the Lord Jesus Christ, /rf

2 Pet 3 13. We, according to his him be anathema.—

Promise, look for new Heavens, 9. a t Deut. 4. s. Ye shall not

and a new Earth, wherein dwelleth add untot he Word which I command Righteousness. '.' 1 Joh. 5.19. We i°you, neither shall you ditnini^H^

know that we are of God, and the from it.—• t Deut. J 2. 32. What

whole World lieth in Wickedness. thing soever I command you, ob

7,'| i Cor. ii. 4. If he that serve to do it: thou flialt not«#

cometh preacheth another J esus tierefo,notdmin!Jh£rQxait.itttfli —or another Gospel.— IS30.6. Md thou not unto hisWM

■ ■ k t Acts 15. 1, 24. Certain Men Jest he reprove thee, and tbou be

which came down from Judea, found a Liar, f Rev, 22. 18. —I»

raught the Brethren, and said,Ex- any Mun-Jhall add unto these: things,

cept ye be circumcised after the God stall add unto him the manner of Moses, ye cannot be fa-10 Plagues that are written in this

ved. We have heard that certain Book.

which went cut from us have Jo. °fi Thes.i.4. As we were

troubled you w-ith Words, subvert- allowed of God to be put in Trust

ing your Souls, saying, ye must be with the Gospel, even so we jWk tircumcised and keep the Law.— 25 not as pleafingMe'n, but God which

Acts 17. 6. They drew Jason, and tn'erh the Hearts, f Jam. 4 4-""

certain Brethren unto the Rulers of Whosoever therefore will he a

tfe.Ciy, crying, These that have Friend of the World, is the Enemy0'

rurned the World upside down, are God. J j c&me hither also, f Gal. 5. 10,30. 12, P t1 Cor ry. 3. I deliverTM

Is,—r He'that troubleth you fba]] unto you first of all that which!

bear, his judgment, whosoever he also received.—% t Ver. J.

be. I would they were even cut "*'*•' , . v .

ff, but by the q revelation of Jesus Christ. 13. For ye have heard of my conversation in time past in the Jews religion, Low that beyond measure I r persecuted the church of God, and wasted it: 14. And profited in the Jews religion above many my * equals s_Gr. eeptals in years'] in mine own nation, 'being more exceedingly zealous of the u traditions of my fathers. 15. But when it pleased God, who » separated me from my mothers womb, and called me by his grace,. 16. To b reveal his Son in me, that I might c preach him among the heathen •, immediately I conferred not with d flesh and blood: 17. Neither went 1 up to Jerusalem, to them which were apostles before me; but I went into Arabia, and returned again unto Damascus. 18. Then after three years e I* went up [Or, returned} to Jerusalem, to see Peter, and abode with him fifteeudays. 19. 'Butf other of the apostles I none, save James the Lords brother. 20. Now the things which I write unto you, behold, 8 before God I lie not.. 21. h Afterwards I came into the regions of Syria and Cilicia. 22. And was unknown by face unto the churches of Judea, which * were in Christ: 23. But they had heard ." only,

q f Eph. 3. 3. By Revelation he A t Mat. 16. 17. —Flejh and

made -known unto me the My- Blood hath not revealed it unto

fiery.— thee; but my Father which is in

i3.rtActso.i. tActsaa.4. Heaven. + Eph. 6. 12. We wrestle SeeonActs 8. 3. ynotagainst Flejh and Blood,hut a

if ' 7 Acts 22. 3. —-And was gainst Principalities.—

uilcus towards God, as ye all are * *■ e t Acts 9. 16. When Saul

this Day. ' •, . ' . . was come to Jerusalem, he assayed

"V Jer. 9. 14. But have walked to join himself with the Disci

afterthe Imaginations of their own ioPles,~ ,,

Heart,—which their Fathers taught 19- f t Mar. 6. 3. Is not-this the

thm. "Carpenter, the Son of Mary, the

•' * t Jcr. 1. y. Before I formed Brother of James and Joses.—

thte in the Belly, I knew thee; and *•' 1 Cor. 9. 5.—And as the Brebefore thou earnest forth of the t thren of our Lord and Cephas.

w>mi, I sanctified thee, and I or- • 20. EtR°rn.9 r. See on Rom.

hwi thee a Prophet unto the Na- 1. 9

tions. V Acts 13. 2. fRom. 1. i. si. h '.' Acts 9. 30. They

«e on Acts 9 15. brought him down to Celarea, and

'6 b t 2 Cor. 4. 6. God who sent him forth to Tarsus,

commanded the Light tosliine out 22. i 1 Thes. 1. 1. —Unto the

of p«rlw/},bath jhitied in ourHearts, Church of the Thessalonians, which

togive the Light of the Knowledge is in God the Father, and in the

°fthe Glory of God, in the Face of Lord Jesus Christ. V 1 Thes. 2.

W'Cbriff, 14. Ye, Brethren, became FoJlow

''•' Acts 2t. 21. V Rom. n.^'ers of the Churches of God,

'3 tEph. 3. 8. See on Acts 9- IS- which

only, That he which persecuted us in times past, now preacheth the faith which once he destroyed. 24. And jthey glorified God in me.

C H A P, II.

THEN fourteen years after a I went up again to Jerusalem, with Barnabas, and took Titus with me also, t 'And I went up by b revelation, and communicated unto them that gospel which I preach among the Gentiles, but ^privately r_Or,/ei>er ally} to them which were of reputation,left by any means c I mould run,or had run in vain. 3. But neither Titus, who was with me, being a Greek, was compelled to be circumcised: 4. And that because of d falle 'brethren unawares brought in, who came in privily to spy out out "e liberty ^ which we have in Christ Jesus, * that they might bring us into bondage. 5. To whom we gave place by subjection, 1.0 not for an hour 3 that the «truth of the gospel

- might ^ . - ■

which in Judea are in chriB je of Bondage. Brethren, ye hjV« sus. f Rom. 16. 7. Salute Andro- been called to Liberty; only n* metis, and Junia,—who alsoww* not Liberty for an occasion to t|* in QhriSt -before me. Flesh.-— '"' J

CHAP. H. 5 5. « t Ver. 14. Gal. 3. i«

i. * V Acts ry. s. —They der foolish Galatians, who hath be^ermined^ that Paul and Barnabas, witched you, that you should ^} rjmd certain other of them, should obey the Truth.—' Gal. 4. to". A° •go up Jerusalem unto the Apostles I therefore become your Enemy, and. Elders about this Question. iobecause L tell you the Truth' . 2. B Acts 13.3. The holy Ghost 1 Tim. < Which some profetsaid, Separate me Barnabas and sing, have erred concerning til{ ■Saul" for the Work whereunto I F*itb. a Tim. a. 18. Who,«*<* have called them. Acts 16. 10. ing the Truth, have erred, i»Wh 'After he had seen the £?/?«», imme-iy that tnc Resurrection is pa" * diately we endeavoured to go into ready.— a Tim. 3. 7. Ever le's/1' Macedonia, assuredly gathering, ing, and never able to come tow that the Lord had called m to Preach Knowledge of the Truth. J1* the Gospel unto them. Acts 19. 4. 4 They shall turn awiytw" 2 r. —Paul purposed in the Spiritao Ears from the Truth, and be turns to go to Jerusalem.— ~ unto Fables. Tic. i.i(>4- **?

c t Phjl. 2. 16. V 1 Thes. j. a Servant of God, and an Apt"" y. See on 1 Cor. o. 24. of Jesus Christ, according tow

4- d t a Cor. 11. ad.—In Perils of God's elect, and tbe* among/*//* Brethren. ay knowledging of theTruth.— *>.

'fGal. 3. ay. giving heed to Jewish PjbleS,|"'

f|Gal. 5.1,13. Stand fast there- Commandments of Men;i <\ fore in the Liberty wherewith turn from the Truth. Thew°P Christ hath made us frec.iuid he is called the Truth in divers ow» not entangled again with the Tnke^o Places, See o:\ a John ver. l>

■night continue with youi 6. But of these who h seemed to be somewhat, (whatsoever they were, it maketh no matter to me: God i accepteth no mans person,) for they who seemed to be somewhat, in conference k added nothing to me. 7. But contrariwise, when they saw 1 that the gospel of the imcircumcision was ra committed untb me, as thegoffel of the circumcision was unto Peter -n 8. (For he that wrought effectually in Peter to the apoftlestiip of the circumcision, the 0 fame was p mighty in me towards the1 GentilesJ 9. And when James, Cephas, and John, who seemed to be q pillars, perceived the x grace that was given unto me. they gave to me and Barnabas the right hands of fellowship j that we Qmld go unto the heathen, and they unto the circumcision. 10. Only they would that we mould remember the poor j the 5 fame which I also was forward to do. 11. But when u Peter was come to Antioch, I withstood him to the face, because he was to be blamed. 12. For before that certain c.ime from James, he did a eat with the Gentiles: but when they were come, he withdrew, and separated himself, fearing


<S- ^ V Gal. 5. 3. See on 1 Cor" build my Church: and the Gares of jB.i. Hell shall not prevail against it.

'tRom. 3. 11. See on Acts t Eph. 2.10. And are built upon lo. 54.' the Foundation of the Apostles and

k '.' 1 Cor.ia. 11.—In nothing 5Prophets, Jesus Christ himself bem I b(hind the very chiefest A- ing the chief Corner-Stone, t Rev. postles, though I be nothing. 11. 14. The Wall pf the City had

1- ' f Acts 13. 46. f Rom. 11. twelve Foundations, and in them the JJ> 11 Tim. 3.7. f^Tim. 1. Names of the twelve Apufiles of the n. See on Actso. 15. ioLamb.

m I Cor. 9. 17. — A Difpenfafi- r + Rom. 12.3. f Rom. 15. « of the Gospel iscommitted to me. if. t Eph 3. 8. See on Rom. '• 1 Thes. 2, 4. As we were al- 1. y.

■owed of God to be put in Trust 10. S t Acts 24. 17. t Rom. iy.

W the Gospel, even so we 1525. t » Cor. 16. 1. f 2 Cor. 8. Ipeak.— 1 Tim. 1. 11. Accord- 2,&c. t * Cor. 9. i,&c. See on |ng to the glorious Gospel of the Acts n. 29.

blessed God, which wascommittedto 11. u V Acts iy. 3y. Paul and

MyTntjl. Tit. 1.3. [God] hath in Barnabas continued in Antioch.— «M times manifested his Word 20 12. a t Acts 10. 28. [Peter] said through Preaching which is com- unto them, Ye know how that it is ptttd unto me, according to the an unlawful thing for a Man that is \cmtnandment of God our Sa- a Jew, to keep Company, or come unviour. .>.••. ■ ■_. tQ one 0f another Nation: but

,p'°t Actsi3.i1. f Acts 22. 21.3 $God hath jhemcd me, that I sliould

1 ..'■l6' ^ee on Acts9. iy.; ' not call any Man common or un

V Gal. 3, 5. clean, f Acts n. 3. Thou went

9■, t Mat. 16. 18. —Thou art est in to Men unciwmcised, and

"'""> and upon this stock I will didst eat With them. them which were of the circumcision, i 13. And th.S'53 ther Jews dissembled likewise with him -7 insomuch that? Barnabas also was carried away with their dissimulations 14. But when I saw that they, walked riot uprightly, accords ingto the b truth of the golpel, I said unto Peter c before them all, If thou being a * Jew, livest after the manner of Gentiles, . and not as do the Jews, why compellest thou the Gen^ tiles to live as do ihejews? 15. We who are e Jews by m3 ture, and notf sinners of the Gentiles, 16. E Knowing tha*a a man is h not justified by the1 works of the Jaw, but by the' faith of Jesusj Christ, ,ey.en we have believed in Jesus Christy that we might be justified by the faith of Christy ,'and not by the works of the law: for by the works of the law mall no flesh be justified. 17. But if while we seek to b2 justified by Christ, we pur selves also are found k sinner^is therefore Christ the minister of sin? God forbid, ijy "Tor if 1 Build again the things which I destroyed, I make my self a transgressor. 19. For I 'through the law am £ dead to the law, tha'ts might * live unto God. 20. Iam



14. b See on Ver. J.' . t6. * t Roin. j. v.7, 28. f Roi

I c t 1 Tim. 5. 20. Them that 8. 3. Heb. 7.18, 19. See on A.

sin rehuktbefore all, that others also 13. 38, 30. and on Rom. 1.17. .may sear. .'. . • h. See the Notes on Rom. 1.

] d t Acts 1 c 28. The Words un- 5 and Rom. 3. 28. and Rom. 4.4.

derVer. 12. 't Psal. 143.2. t Rom. 3. *

it. e t Acts 15. 10, 11. Why tGal-3. 11. See on Acts 13. ag.^

tempt ye God, to put ar«£f upon 17. * Rom. 6. 1, t. What shall .the. Heck pf the- Disciples, which we lay then? Shall we continue Hl .neither.our Fathers nor we were 10gin, that Grace may abound? God

able to bear? But we believe that forbid.— t 1 Joh. 3. 8,9. He that . through the Grate of our Lord Jesus committeth Sin is of the ht<vil; for1* . Christ, we fliall be saved even as the Devil sinneth from the Begir :they. . - r ning. For th.ispurpose the Son c

f V Mat. 9.11. —Why esteth15 God was manifested, that he mi gh .' youi Master with Publicans and Sin- destroy the Works of the DeviL

ncrs? t Eph. a. 3, 12. Among Whosoever is born of God, doth'

whom also we all had our Conver- not commit Sin ; for his Seed remain* | fatlsn in times past, in the Lusts eth in him; and he cannot Sit,

of our Flesh, fulfilling the Desires so because he is born of God.

of the Ftejb, and of the Mind; and 19. 1 t Rom. 8. a. The La»

were by Nature the Children of the Spirit of Life' in Chrili Jesus, .Wrath even us others. That at that hath made tat free from the Lave of

time ye were wlthmt Cbrill, being Sin and Death.

jiliens from the Commonwealth of If- 2J m Rom.7 4,6. See on iael, and Strangers from the Cove. n t a Cor. j. 15. t 1 Thes. *.\ tiant of Promise, having no hope, io: j 1 set-.4. 2j Sec Oft Rook and without God in the World. 6. 11.

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