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ROM. XVI. 18-25.
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Cand by good words and fair speeches the city on an uproar, and assaulted deceive the hearts of the simple.
the house of Jason, and sought to a See on Matt. vi. ver. 24. clause 1. bring them out to the people, Acts
xvii. 5. See on Matt. xxiv. ver. 49. clause 2. cSee on Matt. vii. ver. 15.
d And there accompanied him into
Asia, Sopater of Berea, Acts xx. 4. VER. 19. Η γαρ υμών υπακοή εις πάντας αφίκετο.
VER. 22. Χαίρω ούν το εφ' υμίν θέλω δε υμάς 'Ασπάζομαι υμάς εγώ Τέρτιος, ο γράσοφούς μεν είναι εις το αγαθόν, ακεραίους ψας την επιστολήν εν Κυρίω. δε εις το κακόν.
I Tertius, who wrote this epistle, saa For your obedience is come abroad | lute you in the Lord. unto all men. I am glad therefore on your behalf : but yet b I would have
· VER. 23. you wise unto that which is good, and.
'Ασπάζεται υμάς Γάϊος, ο ξένος μου simple concerning evil.
και της εκκλησίας όλης. 'Ασπάζεται * Or, harmless.
υμάς "Εραστος, και οικονόμος της πόλεως, και
Κούαρτος, ο αδελφός. a See on chap. i. ver. 8. clause 3. b See on Matt. x. ver. 16.clauses 2, 3.
a Gaius mine host, and of the whole
church, saluteth you. b Erastus the VER. 20.
chamberlain of the city saluteth you, and ο δε Θεός της ειρήνης συντρίψει τον | Quartus a brother. Σατανάς υπό τους πόδας υμών εν τάχει.
a And there accompanied him into “Η χάρις του Κυρίου Ιησού Χριστού μεθ' | Asia, Sopater of Berea ; and of the υμών.
Thessalonians, Aristarchus and Se..And a the God of peace b shall *bruise cundus; and Gaius of Derbe, and Tic Satan under your feet shortly. d The motheus; and of Asia, Tychicus and grace of our Lord Jesus Chrisi be with Trophimus, Acts xx. 4.
b See on Acts xix. ver. 22. clause 3. * Or, tread.
VER. 24. a See on chap. xv. ver. S3. b And I will put enmity between I μετά πάντων υμών. Αμήν.
Η χάρις του Κυρίου ημών Ιησού Χριστού thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed : it shall bruise
a The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ
be with thy head, and thou shalt bruise his
you heel, Gen. iii. 15.
a See on chap. i. ver. 7. clause 7. c See on Matt. iv. ver. 1. clause 4. d See on chap. i. ver. 7. clause 7.
Τώ δε δυναμένω υμάς στηρίξαι κατά το VER. 21.
ευαγγέλιόν μου και το κήρυγμα Ιησού Χρι'Ασπάζονται υμάς Τιμόθεος ο συνεργός στού, κατά αποκάλυψιν μυστηρίου χρόνους μου, και Λούκιος και Ιάσων και Σωσίπα- | αιωνίοις σεσιγημένου. τρος, οι συγγενείς μου.
a Now to him that is of power to staa Timotheus my workfellow, band blish you baccording to my Gospel, C and Lucius, C and Jason, dand Sosipater, my the preaching of Jesus Christ, d accordkinsmen, salute you.
ing to the revelation of the mystery, a See on Acts xviii. ver. 5.
which was kept secret since the world. b Now there were in the church that began, was at Antioch, certain prophets and a See on chap. xiv. ver. 4. clause 2. teachers; as Barnabas, and Simeon b See on chap. ii. ver. 16. clause 3. that was called Niger, and Lucius of cAnd straightway he preached Christ Cyrene, Acts xiii. 1.
in the synagogues, that he is the Son c But the Jews which believed not, of God, Acts ix. 20. But we preach moved with envy, took unto them cer- Christ crucified, unto the Jews a tain lewd fellows of the baser sort, stumbling-block, and unto the Greeks and gathered a company, and set all foolishness, 1 Cor. i. 23. For 1.de
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ROM: XVI, 25–27.
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termined not to know any thing among | Scriptures of the prophets, * according to you, save Jesus Christ, and him cru- the commandment of b the everlasting cified, ii. 2. For we preach not our God, emade known to all nations for selves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; d the obedience of fuith: and ourselves your servants for Jesus'
a See on Matt. xxviii. ver. 19. sake, 2 Cor. iv. 5.
clause 1. and 20. clause 1. d But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, a
b See on chap. i. ver. 20. clause 3.
c See on Matt. xii. ver. 18. clause 5. which God ordained before the world
See on chap. i. ver. 5. clause 3. unto our glory, 1 Cor. ii. 7. Even the mystery which hath been hid from
VER. 27. ages and from generations, but now
Μόνο σοφω Θεώ, δια Ιησού Χριστού, και η is made manifest to his saints, Col. δόξα εις τους αιώνας. Αμήν. i. 26.
a To God only wise, be glory through VER. 26.
Jesus Christ for ever.
Amen. Φανερωθέντος δε νύν διά τε γραφών προφητικών, κατ' επιταγήν του αιωνίου Θεού,
a See on chap. xi. ver. 36. clause 2. εις υπακοήν πίστεως, εις πάντα τα έθνη
Written to the Romans from Corin. γνωρισθέντος:
thus, and sent by Phebe servant of But now is made manifest, and by the the church at Cenchrea.
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