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that is circumcised, that he is a Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, debtor to do the whole law. lasciviousness, 4 Christ is become of no effect 20 Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred,

whosoever of you are variance, emulations, wrath, strute, justified by the law ; ye are fallen seditions, heresies, from grace.

t 21 Envyings, murders, drunk. e 5 For we through the Spirit enness, revellings, and such like: wait for the hope of righteousness of the which I tell you before, as I by faith.

bave also told you in time past, t 6 For in Jesus Christ neither that they which do such things, circumcision availeth any thing, shall not inherit the kingdom of nor uncircumcision ; but faith God. which worketh by love.

i 22 But the fruit of the Spirit ¿ 7 Ye did run well; who did hin- is love, joy, peace, long-suffering, der you that ye should not obey gentleness, goodness, faith, the truth?

23 Meekness, temperance: 2 8 This persuasion cometh not of gainst such there is no law. him that calleth you.

i 24 And they that are Christ's i 9 A little leaven leaveneth the have crucified the desh, with the whole lump.

affections and lusts. 10 I have confidence in you d 25 If we live in the Spirit, let us through the Lord, that ye will be also walk in the Spirit.“ none otherwise minded: but he p 26 Let us not be desirous of that troubleth you shall bear his vain-glory, provoking one another, judgment, whosoever he be. envying one another. ii And I, brethren, if I yet

CHAP. VI. preach circumcision, why do I yet I PRETHREN,if a man be orer suffer persecution ? then is the D taken in a fault, ye which offence of the cross ceased. are spiritual, restore such a one

12 I would they were even cut in the spirit of meekness ; consioff which trouble you.

dering thyself, lest thou also be d 13 For, brethren, ye have been tempted. called unto liberty ; only use not d 2 Bear ye one another's burliberty for an occasion to the flesh, dens, and so fulfil the law of but by love serve one another. Christ.

14 For all the law is fulfilled in 3 For if a man think himself to one word, even in this, Thou shalt be something, when he is nothing, love thy neighbour as thyself. he deceiveth himself, p 15 But if ye bite and devour one d 4 But let every man prove his another, take heed that ye be not own work, and then shall he have consumed one of another.

rejoicing in himself alone, and not d 16 This I say then, Walk in the in another. Spirit, and ye shall not fulfil the 5 For every man shall bear his lust of the flesh.

own burden c 17 For the flesh lusteth against t* 6 Let himn that is taught in the the Spirit, and the Spirit against word, communicate unto him that the flesh: and these are contrary teacheth in all good things. the one to the other; so that ye 7 Be not deceived ; God is not cannot do the things that ye would. mocked: for whatsoever a man

18 But if ye be led by the Spirit, soweth, that shall he also reap. ye are not under the law.

t 8 For he that soweth to his flesh, ( 19 Now the works of the flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption: are manifest, which are these, Ibut he that soweth to the Spirit,

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all of the Spirit reap life ever-,d 14 But God forbid that I should isting.

Iglory, save in the cross of our Lord 9 And let us not be weary in Jesus Christ, by whom the world ell-doing: for in due season we is crucified unto me, and I unto hall reap if we faint not

the world. 10 As we have therefore oppor- t 15 For in Christ Jesus neither inity, let us do good unto all men, circumcision availeth any thing, specially unto them who are of nor uncircumcision, but a new le household of faith.

creature. 11 Ye see how large a letter I 6 16 And as many as walk accord. ave written unto you with mine ing to this rule, peace be on them, wn hand.

and mercy, and upon the Israel 12 As many as desire to make a of God. air shew in the flesh, they con- 17 From henceforth, let no man train you to be circumcised; only trouble me: for I bear in my est they should suffer persecution body the marks of the Lord or the cross of Christ.“

Jesus. 13 For neither they themselves t 18 Brethren, the grace of our vho are circumcised keep the law; Lord Jesus Christ be with your ut desire to have you circum- spirit. Amen. ised, that they may glory in your Unto the Galatians, written lesh.

from Rome.

I The Epistle of PAUL, the Apostle, to the EPHESIANS.
CHAP. I.

1 toward us in all wisdom and pru: D AUL, an apostle of Jesus dence ;

[ Christ by the will of God, tot 9 Having made known unto us he saints which are at Ephesus, the mystery of his will, according ind to the faithful in Christ Jesus: to his good pleasure, which he 1 2 Grace be to you, and peace, hath purposed in himself: rom God our Father, and from 10 That in the dispensation of he Lord Jesus Christ.

the fulness of the times he might ga3 Blessed be the God and Father ther together in one all things in of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath Christ, both which are in heaven, blessed us with all spiritual bless- and which are on earth ; even in ngs in heavenly places in Christ: him: ' * 4 According as he hath chosen t 11 In whom also we have ob. is in him, before the foundation of tained an inheritance, being prethe world, that we should be holy destinated according to the purand without blame before him in pose of him who worketh all things love:

after the counsel of his own 15 Having predestinated us unto/ will: the adoption of children by Jesus 12 That we should be to the Christ to himself, according to the praise of his glory, who first good pleasure of his will,

trusted in Christ. 6 To the praise of the glory of t 13 In whom ye also trusted, after his grace, wherein he hath made that ye heard the word of truth, us accepted in the Beloved: the gospel of your salvation: in t7 In whom we have redemption whom also, after that ye believed, through his blood, the forgiveness ye were sealed with that Holy of sins, according to the riches of Spirit of promise, his grace;

1 '14 Which is the earnest of our 8 Wherein he hath abounded inheritance until

saints,

of the purchased possession, unto h 4 But God, who is rich in mercy, the praise of his glory.

for his great love wherewith he • 15 Wherefore I also, after I loved us, heard of your faith in the Lord t 5 Even when we were dead in Jesus, and love unto all the saints, sins, hath quickened us together d 16 Cease not to give thanks for with Christ; (by grace ye are you, making mention of you in my saved :) prayers;

16 6 And hath raised us up toge6 17 That the God of our Lord ther, and made us sit together in Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, heavenly places, in Christ Jesus: may give unto you the spirit of 7 That in the ages to come be wisdom and revelation in the might shew the exceeding riches knowledge of him:

of his grace in his kindness toward b 18 The eyes of your understand- us, through Christ Jesus. ing being enlightened ; that ye t 8 For by grace, are ye sarei may know what is the hope of his through faith ; and that not of calling, and what the riches of the yourselves: it is the gift of God: glory of his inheritance in the 9 Not of works, lest any ma

should boast. 6 19 And what is the exceedingt 10 For we are his workmanship, greatness of his power to us-ward created in Christ Jesus upto good who believe, according to the works, which God hath before e working of his mighty power, dained that we should wali i t 20 Which he wrought in Christ, them. when he raised him from the 11 Wherefore remember, the dead, and set him at his own right ye being in time past Gentiles in hand in the heavenly places, the flesh, who are called Uncir

21 Far above all principality, cumcision by that which is called and power, and might, and do- the Circumcision in the flesh made minion, and every name that is by hands; named, not only in this world, but t 12 That at that time ye were also in that which is to come: without Christ, being aliens from t 22 And hath put all things under the commonwealth of Israel, and his feet, and gave him to be the strangers from the covenants of head over al

all things to the church, I promise, having no hope, and with t 23 Which is his body, the fullout God in the world ness of him that filleth all in all. 16 13 But now, in Christ Jesus, je CHAP. II.

who sometime were far off, are t AND you hath he quickened, made nigh by the blood of Christ.

A who were dead in trespasses! 14 For he is our peace, who and sins ;

hath made both one, and hath 2 Wherein in time past ye walk- broken down the middle wall of ed according to the course of this partition between us; world, according to the prince of 15 Having abolished in his flesh the power of the air, the spirit that the enmity, even the law of comnow worketh in the children of mandments contained in ordi disobedience:

nances: for to make in himself of 1 3 Among whom also we all had twain one new man, so making our conversation in times past in peace; the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling thet 16 And that he might reconcile desires of the flesh and of the mind; both unto God in one body by the and were by nature the children cross, having slain the enmity 'pf wrath, even as others.

thereby:

17 And came and preached world hath been hid in God, who peace to you which were afar off, created all things by. Jesus Christ: and to them that were nigh t 10 To the intent that now unto

18 For through him we both the principalities and powers in have an access by one Spirit unto heavenly places might be knowr. the Father.

by the church the manifold wisb 19 Now therefore ye are no more dom of God, strangers and foreigners, but fel- t 11 According to the eternal purlow-citizens with the saints, and of pose which he purposed in Christ the household of God;

Jesus our Lord: * t 20 And are built upon the foun-6 12 In whom we have boldness dation of the apostles and pro- and access with confidence by the phets, Jesus Christ himself being faith of him. the chief corner-stone;

13 Wherefore I desire that ye i 21 In whom all the building faint not at my tribulations for fitly framed together, groweth unto you, which is your glory. a holy temple in the Lord:

14 For this cause I bow my 22 In whom ye also are builded knees unto the Father of our Lord together, for a habitation of God Jesus Christ, through the Spirit.

I s Of whom the whole family CHAP. III.

in heaven and earth is named, FLOR this cause, I Paul, the pri- b 16 That he would grant you,

T soner of Jesus Christ for you according to the riches of his gloGentiles,

ry, to be strengthened with might 2 If ye have heard of the dis- by his Spirit in the inner man ; pensation of the grace of God d 17 That Christ may dwell in which is given me to you-ward: your hearts by faith ; that ye, be

3 How that by revelation he ing rooted and grounded in love, made known unto me the mystery, c 18 May be able to comprehend as I wrote afore in few words; with all saints what is the breadth,

4 Whereby, when ye read, ye and length, and depth, and height; may understand my knowledge in t 19 And to know the love of the mystery of Christ,

Christ, which passeth knowledge, t 5 Which in other ages was not that ye might be filled with all the made known unto the sons of men, fulness of God. as it is now revealed unto his holy 20 Now unto him that is able to apostles and prophets by the Spirit; do exceeding abundantly above 6'6 That the Gentiles should be all that we ask or think, according fellow-heirs, and of the same body, to the power that worketh in us, and partakers of his promise in 21 Unto him be glory in the Christ by the Gospel:

church by Christ Jesus through¢7 Whereof I was made a minis- out all ages, world without end. ter, according to the gift of the Amen. grace of God given unto me by the

CHAP. IV. effectual working of his power. dT THEREFORE, the prisoner C 8 Unto me, who am less than I of the Lord, beseech you that the least of all saints, is this grace ye walk worthy of the vocation given, that I should preach among wherewith ye are called, the Gentiles the unsearchable e 2 With all lowliness and meekriches of Christ;

ness, with long-suffering, forbear9 And to make all men see what ing ono another in love; is the fellowship of the mystery, 3 Endeavouring to keep the uniwhich from the beginning of the ty of the Spirit in the bond of peace 4 There is one body, and oue tify in the Lord, that ye henceSpirit, even as ye are called in one forth walk dot as other Gentiles hope of your calling;

walk, in the vanity of their mind, 5 One Lord, one faith, one bap- t 18 Having the understanding tism,

darkened, being alienated from 6 One God and Father of all, the life of God through the imowho is above all, and arough all, rance that is in them, because of and in you all.

the blindness of their heart: 7 But unto every one of us is 19 Who, being past feeling, bare given grace according to the mea- given themselves over unto lascisure of the gift of Christ.

viousness, to work all uncleannes t 8 Wherefore he saith, When he with greediness. ascended up on high, he led cap- 20 But ye have not so learned tivity captive, and gave gifts unto Christ; men.

21 If so be that ye have heard 9 Now that he ascended, what is, him, and have been taught by it but that he also descended first him, as the truth is in Jesus: into the lower parts of the earth? d 22 Tbat ye put off concerning

10 He that descended is the the former conversation the old same also that ascended up far man, which is corrupt according above all heavens, that he might to the deceitful lusts ; fill all things.

23 And be renewed in the spirit 11 And he gave some, apostles; of your mind; and some, prophets; and some, d 24 And that ye put on the new evangelists, and some, pastors and man, which after God is created teachers;

in righteousness and true holiness. 12 For the perfecting of the d 25 Wherefore putting away ly. saints, for the work of the minis- ing, speak every man truth with try, for the edifying of the body of his neighbour: for we are mere Christ:

bers one of another. t 13 Till we all come in the unityp 26 Be ye angry, and sin not: let of the faith, and of the knowledge not the sun go down upon your of the Son of God, unto a perfect wrath: man, unto the measure of the sta- 27 Neither give place to the devil. ture of the fulness of Christ: d 28 Let him that stole, steal no p 14 That we henceforth be no more: but rather let him labour, more children, tossed to and fro,and working with his hands the thing carried about with every wind of which is good, that he may have doctrine, by the sleight of men, to give to him that needeth. and cunning craftiness, whereby d 29 Let no corrupt communicathey lie in wait to deceive: tion proceed out of your mouth, d 15 But speaking the truth in but that which is good to the use love, may grow up into him in all of edifying, that it may minister things, which is the head, even grace unto the hearers. Christ:

17 30 And grieve not the Holy Spi. 16 From whom the whole body rit of God, whereby ye are sealed fitly joined together, and compact- unto the day of redemption. ed by that which every joint sup-p 31 Let all bitterness, and wrath, plieth, according to the effectual and anger, and clamour, and evilworkng in the measure of every speaking, be put away from you, part, maketh increase of the body with all malice: unto the edifying of itself in love. d 32 And be ye kind one to anod 17 This I say therefore, and tes- ther, tender-hearted, forgiving one

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