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VER. 5. ΠΑΥΛΟΣ δέσμιος Χριστού Ιησου, και 'Ακούων σου την αγάπην, και την πίσ. Τιμόθεος ο αδελφός, Φιλήμονι το αγαπητώ τιν ήν έχεις προς τον Κύριον Ιησούν και εις και συνέργων ημών,
πάντας τους αγίους, * Paul, a prisoner of Jesus Christ, Hearing of thy love and faith, a which and b Timothy our brother, unto Phile. thou hast towurd the Lord Jesus, band mon our dearly beloved, cand fellow- toward all saints; labourer.
a See on John v. ver. 93. See on Εph. iii. ver. 1.
b See on Mark ix. ver. 50, clause S. b See on 1 Cor. xvi. ver. 10. See on Matt. ix. ver. 37. clause 2.
"Οπως η κοινωνία της πίστεώς σου ενερVER. 2.
γης γένηται εν επιγνώσει παντός αγαθού Και 'Απφία της αγαπητή, και 'Αρχίππα του εν υμίν εις Χριστόν Ιησούν. το συστρατιώτη ημών, και τη κατ' οίκον
a Thut the communication of thy faith σου εκκλησία
may become effectual by the uckuowledgAnd to our belorèd Apphia, * and ing of every good thing which is in you Archippus bour fellowsoldier, e und to in Christ Jesus the church in thy honse :
a Let your light so shine before a Say unto Archippus, Take heed men, that they may see your good unto the ministry which thou hast works, and glorify your Father which received in the Lord, that thou fulfil is in heaven, Matt. v. 16. it, Col iv. 17. See on Phil. ii. ver. 25. clause 2.
VER. 7. cSee on Matt. xviii. ver, 20. clause 1.
Χάριν γάρ έχομεν πολλών και παράλλη
σιν επί τη αγάπη σου, ότι τα σπλάγχε VER. 3.
των αγίων αναπίπαυται διά σου, αδελφέ. Χάρις υμίν και ειρήνη από Θεού πατρός
* For we have great jou and consolaημών, και Κυρίου Ιησού Χριστού.
tion in thy love, becanse the bowels of a Gruce to you, and peace, from the saints are refreshed by thee, broGod our Faiher and the Lord Jesus ther. Christ. .
a See on 1 Thess. i. ver. 3. clause 1. See on Rom. i. ver. 7. clauses 4-7.
Διό πολλήν εν Χριστώ παρρησίαν ίχων Ευχαριστώ τω Θεώ μου, πάντοτε μνείαν επιτάσσειν σοι το ανήκον, σου ποιούμενος επί των προσευχών μου,
a Wherefore, though I might be much . I thank my God, muking mention bold in Christ blo enjoin thee that which of thee always in my prayers,
is convenient, * See on Rom. i. ver. 8. clause 1. a Seeing then that we have such and ver. 9. clauses 4, 5,
hope, we use great plainness of speech,
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2 Cor. ii. 12. Now I Paul myself
VER. 11. beseech you by the meekness and gentleness of Chrisst, who in pie
Τον ποτέ σοι άχρηστον, νυν δέ σοι και sence am base among you, but being ipo téxPNOTOV, 6v avtworten absent am bold toward you : But I
Which in time past was to thee un. beseech you, that I may not be bold profitable, a but now profitable to thee when I am present with that conf. and to me. dence, wherewith I think to be bold a See on ver. 10. clause 1. against some, which think of us as if
VER. 19. we walked according to the flesh, x. 1, 2. I speak as concerning reproach,
Συ δε αυτόν, τουτέστι, τα έμα σπλίν as though we had been weak. "How? xve, aporlaboữ. beit whereinsoever any is bold, (I
Whom I have sent again: thou speak foolishly) I am bold also, xi. therefore receive him, thut is, mine own 21.
bowels. b For though I should boast some a See on Matt. vi. ver. 12. clause 3. what more of our authority, which the Lord hath given us for edifica
VER. 13. tion, and not for your destruction, I
“Ον εγώ έβουλόμην προς εμαυτόν κατί. should not be ashamed, 2 Cor. x. 8. Xey, iva inip to Isaros por ky toms deo.
μούς του ευαγγελίου VER. 9.
Whom I would have retained with Δια την αγάπην μάλλον παρακαλώ, , me, thut in thy stead he might have min. TOIOŪTOS Y es Navnog upis BÜTng, vuri de istered unto me in the bonds of the Gos. και δέσμιος Ιησού Χριστού.
VER. 14. a Yet for love's suke I rather beseech thee, being such an one as Paul the Χωρίς δε της σής γνώμης ούδέν ήθέλησα aged, Dund now also a prisoner of Jesus
ποιήσαι· ίνα μη ως κατά ανάγκην το άγαChrist.
θόν σου ή, αλλά κατά εκούσιον.
But without thy mind woald I do al therefore the prisoner of the
nothing ; that thy beneft should not be Lord.) beseech you that ye walk wor
were of necessity, but willingly. thy of the vocation wherewith ye are called, Eph. iv. 1. Dearly beloved,
VER. 15. I beseech you as strangers and pil. Τάχα γάρ δια τούτο έχωρίσθη προς grims, abstain from fleshly lusts, ώραν, ίνα αιώνιον αυτόν απέχης, which war against the soul, 1 Pet. For perhaps he therefore departed for ii. 11.
a season, that thou shouldest receive him b See on Eph. iii. ver. 1. clanse 1. for ever ;
Ουκέτι ως δούλον, αλλ' υπέρ δούλον, Παρακαλώ σε περί του έμου τέκνου, ον αδελφόν αγαπητόν, μάλιστα έμοι, πόσα έγέννησα εν τούς δεσμούς μου, 'Ονήσιμον, δε μάλλόν σοι και εν σαρκί και εν Κυρίω ; ;
a I beseech thee for my son Onesimus, a Not now as a servant, but above a b whom I have begotten in
me, but how much more unto thee, both a With Onesimus, a faithful and beloved brother, who is one of you.
in the flesh, and in the Lord ?
a See on Matt. xxiii. ver. 8. clause 3. They shall make known unto you all things which are done here, Col.
VER. 17. iv. 9.
Ει ούν εμέ έχεις κοινωνών, προσλαβού b For though ye bave ten thousand aútor ás iné. instructors in Christ, yet have ye not If thuni count me therefore a partner, many fathers : for in Christ Jesus I
3 receive him as myself. have begotten you through the Gos
a See on Rom. xiv. ver. 1. clause 2. pel, 1 Cor. iv. 15. My little children, of whom I travail in birth again
VER. 18. until Christ be formed in you, Gal. Ει δέ τι ήδίκησί σε, και οφείλει, τούτο iv, 19.
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If he hath wronged thee, or oweth | ing: for I trust that. a through your thee ought, put that on mine account; prayers I shall be given unto you.
a See on Rom. xv. ver. 30. VER. 19. Εγώ Παύλος έγραψα τη εμή χειρί,
VER. 25. εγώ αποτίσω» ίνα μη λέγω σοι ότι και 'Ασπάζονται σε, 'Επαφράς, ο συναικσεαυτόν μοι προσοφείλεις.
μάλωτός μου εν Χριστώ Ιησού, I Paul have written it with mine own There salute thee · Epaphras, my hand, I will repay it: * albeit I do not • fellowprisoner in Christ Jesus; say to thee how thou owest unlo me even thine own self besides.
a See on Col. i. ver. 7. clause 1. a Let him know, that he which con
b See on Εph. iii. ver. 1. clause 1. verteth a singer from the error of
VER. 24. his way shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins,
Μάρκος, 'Αρίσταρχος, Δημάς, Λουκάς,
οι συνεργοί μου. Εph. 1. 90.
a Marcus, b Aristarchus, « Demas, VER. 20.
d Lucas, e my fellorulabourers. Ναι, αδελφέ, εγώ σου αναίμην εν Κυρίως ανάπαυσόν τα σπλάγχνα εν Κυρίω.
. See on 2 Tim. iv. ver. 11. clause 2. μου
b See on Acts xix. ver. 29. clause 2. Yea, brother, let me have joy of thee c Luke, the beloved physician, and in the Lord : refresh my bowels in the Demas greet you, Col. iv. 14. Lord.
a See on Tim. iv. ver. 11. clause 1. VER. 91.
e See on Matt. ix. ver. 37. clause 2. Πεποιθώς τη υπακοή σου έγραψα σου, ειδώς ότι και υπέρ δ λέγω σοιήσεις.
“Η χάρις του Κυρίου ημών Ιησού ΧρισHaving confidence in thy obedience του μετά του Πνεύματος υμών. 'Αμήν. wrote unto thee, knowing that thou wilt also do more than I say.
a The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ
be with your spirit. Amen. VER. 29.
a See on Rom. i. ver. 7. clause 7. "Αμα δε και ετοίμαζέ μοι ξενίαν» έλ. πίζω γαρ ότι δια των προσευχών υμών
Προς Φιλήμονα εγράφη από Ρώμης διά χαρισθάνομαι υμίν.
'Ονήσιμου οίκέτου. But withal prepare me also a lodg
Written from Rome to Philemon, by
Onesimus a servant.
END OF THE EPISTLE TO PHILEMON.
CHAP. I.–VER. 1.
“ον έθηκε κληρονόμος πάντων, δι' ου και φήταις, επ' εσχάτων των ημερών τούτων ελάλησεν υμίν εν υιώ,
Hath in a these last days spoken God, who a at sundry times, and in
unto us by his Son, whom he hath capb divers manners, spake in time past unto pointed heir of all things, by whom also Cthe fathers by the prophets,
he made the worlds; * See on Matt. xi. ver. 3. and Luke a And Jacob called unto his sons, i. ver. 54.
and said, Gather yourselves together, b And he said, Hear now my words: that I may tell you that which shall if there be a prophet among you, I befall you in the last days, Gen. xlix. 1. the LORD will make myself known And now, behold, I go unto my people: unto him in a vision, and will speak come therefore, and I will advertise thee unto him in a dream. My servant what this people shall do to thy people Moses is not so, who is faithful in all in the latter days, Numb. xxiv. 14. mine house. With him will I speak When thou art in tribulation, and all mouth to mouth, even apparently, and these things are come upon thee, even not in dark speeches; and the simili- in the latter days, if thou turn to the tude of the LORD shall he behold : LORD thy God, and shalt be obedient wherefore then were ye not afraid to unto his voice, Deut. iv. 30. For I speak against my servant Moses? know that after my death ye will utNumb. xii. 6–8. And it shall come terly corrupt yourselves, and turn aside to pass afterward, that I will pour out from the way which I have commandmy spirit upon all filesh; and your ed you; and evil will befall you in sons and your daugbters shall pro- the latter days; because ye will do pbesy, your old men shall dream evil in the sight of the LORD, to prodreams, your young men shall see voke him to anger through the work visions, Joel ii. 28.
of your hands, xxxi. 29. And it shall c As he spake to our fathers, to come to pass in the last days that the Abraham and to his seed for ever, mountain of the Lord's house sball Luke i. 55. To perform the mercy pro he established in the top of the moun. mised to our fathers, and to remember tains, and shall be exalted above the his holy covenant, 72. Moses there- hills; and all nations shall flow unto fore gave unto you circumcision ; (not it, Isa. ii. 2. The fierce anger of the because it is of Moses, but of the fa- LORD shall not return, until he have thers ;) and ye on the sabbath day | done it, and until he have performed circumcise a man, John vii. 22. And the intents of his heart: in the latter we declare unto you glad tidings, days ye shall consider it, Jer. Ixx.24. how that the promise which was made Yet will I bring again the captivity unto the fathers, Acts xiii. 32. of Moab in the latter days, saith the
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LORD. Thus far is the judgment of ή των αμαρτιών ημών, εκάθισεν εν δεξια της Moab, xlviii. 47. And thou shalt disya hasirns iy infrinois. come up against my people of Israel, as a cloud to cover the land; it shall glory, and the espress bimuge on his
Who, being the a brightness of his be in the latter days, and I will bring thee against my land, that the head the word of his power, e when he had by
person, und upholding oll things by then may know me, when I shall be himself purged our sins, sat down on sanctified in thee. O Gog, before their the right hund « the Mujesly on high; eyes, Ezek. xxxviii. 16. But there is a God in heaven that revealeth secrets,
a And the Word was made flesh, and maketh known to the king Ne- and dwelt among us, (and we beheld buchadnezzar what shall be in the his glory, the glory as of the only belatter days. Thy dream, and the vi. gotten of the Father,) full of grace sions of thy head upon thy bed, are and truth,
John i. 14. Jesus saith these, Dan. ii. 28. Now I am come unto him, Have I been so long time to make thee understand what shall with you, and yet bast thou not known befall thy people in the latter days; me, Philip? be that hath seen me for yet the vision is for many days, hath seen the Father; and how say
Afterward shall the children 'est thou then, Shew us the Father? of Israel return, and seek the Loru | Believest thou dot that I am in the their God, and David their king; and Father, and the Father in me? the shall fear the Lord and his goodness words that I speak unto you, I speak in the latter days. Hos. iii. 3. But not of myself : but the Father, that in the last days it shall come to pass, dwelleth in me, he doeth the works, that the mountain of the house of the , xiv. 9, 10. For God, who commandLord shall be established in the top ed the light to shine out of darkness, of the piountains, and it shall be ex hath shined in our hearts, to give the alted above the hills; and people light of the knowledge of the glory of shall flow unto it, Mic iv. 1. And it God in the face of Jesus Christ, shall come to pass in the last days, 2 Cor. iv. 6. saith God, I will pour out my of Spirit
b See on 2 Cor. iv, vet. 4. clause 4. upon all flesh : and your sons and c The earth and all the inhabitants your daughters shall prophesy, and thereof are dissolved : 1 bear up the your young men shall see visions, and pillars of it. Selab. Psal. Ixxv. 3. Add your old men shall dream dreams, he is before all things, and by him all Acts ii. 17. But when the fulness of things consist, Col. i. 17. Thou art the time was come, God sent forth worthy, () Lord, to receive glory and his Son, made of a woman, made honour and power : for thou hast creunder the law, Gal. iv. 4. That in ated all things, and for thy pleasure the dispensation of the fulness of they are and were created, Rev. iv. times he might gather together in one 11. all things in Christ, both which are d Where the word of a king is, in heaven, and which are on earth ; there is power: and who inay say unto even in bim, Eph. i. 10. Knowing bim, What doest thou ? Eccl. viii. 4. this first, that there shall come in the For I am not ashamed of the Gospel last days scoffers, walking after their of Christ: for it is the power of God own lusts, 2 Pet. iii. 3. How that unto salvation to every one that bethey told you there should be mockers lieveth ; to the Jew first, and also to in the last time, who should walk the Greek. Rom. i 16. But we have after their own ungodly lusts, Jude this treasure in earthen vessels, that 18.
the excellency of the power may be b See on Matt. iii. ver. 17.
of God, and not of us, 7 Cor. iv. 7. . See on Matt. xxviii. ver. 18.
e Who needeth dot daily, as those
High Priests, to offer up sacrifice, VER. 3.
first for his own sins, and then for the * Os av å natyarha rñs diens, nai x4. people's : for this he did once, when ρακτήρα της υποστάσεως αυτού, φέρων τι he offered up himself, Heb. vii. 47. τα πάντα το δήματι της δυνάμεως αυ- | Neither by the blood of goats and Tou, si' javtoū nadapio por moinrápisvos calves, but by his own blood be en