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"James iv. 17. Therefore to him every man his censer in his hand, that knoweth to do good, and doeth and a thick cloud of incense went it not, to him it is sin. Luke xii. 47. up. Ver. 12. Then said he unto And that servant which knew his me, Son of man, hast thou seen lord's will, and prepared not himself, what the ancients of the house of neither did according to his will, Israel do in the dark, every man in shall be beaten with many stripes. the chambers of his imagery? for Ver. 48. But he that knew not, and they say, The Lord, seeth us not, did commit things worthy of stripes, The Lord hath forsaken the earth. shall be beaten with few stripes. u Rom. ii. 17. Behold, thou art For unto whomsoever much is called a Jew, and restest in the law, given, of him shall be much re- and makest thy boast of God, Ver. 18. quired : and to whom men have And knowest his will,- Ver. 19. committed much, of him they will And art confident that thou thyself ask the more.
art a guide of the blind, a light of s Jer. v. 4. Therefore I said, Sure. them which are in darkness, Ver. 20. ly these are poor, they are foolish; An instructor of the foolish, a teacher for they know not the way of the of babes,Ver. 21. Thou thereLord, nor the judgment of their fore which teachest another, teachest God. Ver. 5. I will get me unto thou not thyself? thou that preach the great men, and will speak unto est a man should not steal, dost thou them; for they have known the steal ? Ver. 22. Thou that sayest a way of the Lord, and the judgment man should not commit adultery, of their God: but these have altoge- dost thou commit adultery? thou ther broken the yoke, and burst the that abhorrest idols, dost thou combonds.
mit sacrilege ? Ver. 23. Thou that (2 Sam. xii. 7. And Nathan said makest thy boast of the law, through to David, Thou art the man. Thus breaking the law dishonourest thou saith the Lord God of Israel, I God? Ver. 24. For the name of God anointed thee king over Israel, is blasphemed anong the Gentiles Ver. 8. And I gave thee thy master's through you. house, and thy master's wives into w Gal. ii. 11. But when Peter was thy bosom, and gave thee the house come to Antioch, I withstood him to of Israel and of Judah; and if that the face, because he was to be blamed. had been too little, I would more- Ver. 12. For before that certain over have given unto thee such and came from James, he did eat with such things. Ver. 9. Wherefore the Gentiles : but when they were hast thou despised the command- come, he withdrew, and separated ment of the Lord, to do evil in his himself, fearing them which were sight? Ezek. viii. 11. And there of the circumcision. Ver. 13. And stood before
em seventy men of the other Jews dissembled likewise the ancients of the house of Israel, with lim; insomuch that Barnabas and in the niidst of them stood also was carried away with their Jaazaniah the son of Shaphan, with dissimulation. Ver. 14. But when I
2. From the parties offended *: if immediately against Gody, his attributes', and worship’; against Christ, and his grace b; the Holy Spirito, his witness, and workings;
saw that they walked not uprightly, hosts, and my name is dreadful according to the truth of the gospel, among the heathen. I said unto Peter before them all, If b Heb. ii. 2. For if the word spothou, being a Jew, livest after the ken by angels was stedfast, and every manner of Gentiles, and not as đo transgression and disobedience receithe Jews, why compellest thou the ved a just recompence of reward ; Gentiles to live as do the Jews ? Ver. 3. How shall we escape if we
* Mat. xxi. 38. But when the neglect so great salvation ?--Heb. husbandmen saw the son, they said xii. 25. See that ye refuse not him among themselves, This is the heir ; that speaketh; for if they escaped not come, let us kill him, and let us seize who refused him that spake on earth, on his inheritance. Ver. 29. And much more shall not we escape, if they caught him, and cast him out we turn away from him that speakof the vineyard, and slew him. eth from heaven.
y i Sam. ii. 25. If one man sin Heb. x. 29. Of how much sorer against another, the judge shall judge punishment, suppose ye, shall he be him : but if a man sin against the thought worthy, who hath trodden Lord, who shall entreat for him ? under foot the Son of God -Mat. -Acts v. 4.-Thou hast not lied xii. 31. Wherefore I say unto you, unto men, but unto God. Psal. li, d. All manner of sin and blasphemy Against thee, thee only, have I shall be forgiven unto men ; but sinned, and done this evil in thy the blasphemy against the Holy sight : that thou mightest be justified Ghost shall not be forgiven unto when thou speakest, and be clear
Ver. 32. And whosoever when thou judgest.
speaketh a word against the Son of 2 Rom. ii
. 4. Or despisest thou the man, it shall be forgiven him : but riches of his goodness, and forbear- whosoever speaketh against the Holy ance, and long-suffering ; not know- Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, ing that the goodness of God leadeth neither in this world, neither in the thee to repentance ?
world to come. a Mal. i. 8. And if ye offer the d Eph. iv. 30. And grieve not the blind for sacrifice, is it not evil ? and Holy Spirit of God, whereby ye are if ye offer the lane and sick, is it not sealed unto the day of redemption. evil ? offer it now unto thy governor,
e Heb. vi. 4. For it is impossible will he be pleased with thee, or ac- for those who were once enlightcept thy person ? saith the Lord of ened, and have tasted of the heavenhosts. Ver. 14. But cursed be the ly gift, and were made partakers deceiver, which hath in his flock a of the Holy Ghost, Ver. 5. And male, and voweth and sacrificeth un. have tasted the good word of God, to the Lord a corrupt thing : for I and the powers of the world to am a great King, saith the Lord of
,come; Ver. 6. If they shall fall
Against superiors, men of eminency, and such as we stand especially related and engaged unto”; against any of the saints“, particularly weak brethren, the souls of them, or any other “, and the common good of all or many!
away, to renew them again unto re- reproached and magnified themselves pentance :
against the people of the Lord of f Jude, Ver. 8. Likewise also hosts. Ver. 11. The Lord will be these filthy dreamers defile the flesh, terrible unto them:- Mat. xvii. 6. despise dominion, and speak evil of But whoso shall offend one of these dignities. Numb. xii. 8.-Where. little ones which believe in me, it fore then were ye not afraid to speak were better for him that a millstone against my servant Moses ? Ver. 9. were hanged about his neck, and that And the anger of the Lord was he were drowned in the depth of the kindled against them, and he depart- 1 Cor. vi. 8. Nay, ye do wrong, ed. Isa. iii. 5.—The child shall be. and defraud, and that your brethren. have himself proudly against the Rev. xvii. 6. And I saw the woman ancient, and the base against the drunken with the blood of the saints, honourable.
and with the blood of the martyrs of 8 Prov. xxx. 17. The eye that
Jesus: mocketh at his father, and despiseth il Cor. viii. 11. And through to obey his mother, the ravens of thy knowledge shall the weak brothe valley shall pick it out, and the ther perish, for whom Christ died ? young eagles shall eat it.' 2 Cor. Ver. 12. But when ye sin so against xii. 15. And I will very gladly spend the brethren, and wound their weak and be spent for you, though the conscience, ye sin against Christ. more abundantly I love you, the Rom. xiv. 13. Let us not therefore less I be loved. Psal. lv. 12. For it judge one another any more ; but was not an enemy that reproached judge this rather, that no man put me, then I could have borne it; nei- a stumblingblock, or an occasion to ther was it he that hated me that fall, in his brother's way. Ver. 15. did magnify himself against me, then But if thy brother be grieved with I would have hid myself from him : thy meat, now walkest thou not Ver. 13. But it was thou, a man, charitably. Destroy not him with mine equal, my guide, and mine ac- thy meat for whom Christ died. quaintance. Ver. 14. We took sweet Ver. 21. It is good neither to eat counsel together, and walked unto flesh, nor to drink wine, nor any the house of God in company. thing whereby thy brother stumVer. 15. Let death seize upon them, bleth, or is offended, or is made and let them go down quick into weak. hell :
k Ezek. xiii. 19. And will ye h Zeph. ii. 8. I have heard the pollute me among my people for reproach of Moab, and the revilings handfuls of barley, and for pieces of the children of Ammon, whereby of bread, to slay the souls that they have reproached my people. should not die, and to save the
-Ver. 10. This shall they have souls alive that should not live, for their pride, because they have by your lying to my people that 27
3. From the nature and quality of the offence m: if it be against the express letter of the law", break many commandments, contain in it many sins o: if not only conceived
hear your lies? 1. Cor. viii. 12. n Ezra ix. 10. And now, O our But when ye sin so against the God, what shall we say after this? brethren, and . wound their weak for we have forsaken thy commandconsciences, ye sin against Christ. ments, Ver. 11. Which thou hast Rev. xviii. 12. The merchandise of commanded by thy servants the
progold, -Ver. 13. And cinnamon, and phets, saying, The land, unto which odours, and ointments, and frank- ye go to possess it, is an unclean incense, and wine, and oil, and fine land with the filthiness of the four, and wheat, and beasts, and people.- Ver. 12. Now therefore sheep, and horses, and chariots, and give not your daughters unto their slaves, and souls of men. Mat.
1 Kings xi. 9. And the xxiii. i 5. Woe unto you, scribes and Lord was angry with Solomon, Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye com- because his heart was turned from pass sea and land to make one pro- the Lord God of Israel, which had selyte; and, when he is made, ye appeared unto him twice, Ver. 10. make him two-fold more the child And had commanded him concerning of hell than yourselves.
this thing, that he should not go 11 Thes. ii. 15. Who both killed after other gods: but he kept not the Lord Jesus and their own pro- that which the Lord commanded. phets, and have persecuted us; and ° Col. iii. 5. Mortify therefore they please not God, and are con- your members which are upon the trary to all men: Ver. 16. For. earth; fornication, uncleanness, in. bidding us to speak to the Gentiles, ordinate affection, evil concupiscence, that they might be saved,—Josh. and covetousness, which is idolatry. xxii. 20. Did not Achan, the son 1 Tim. vi. 10. For the love of of Zerah, commit a trespass in the money is the root of all evil: which accursed thing, and wrath fell on while some coveted after, they have all the congregation of Israel? and erred from the faith, and pierced that man perished not alone in his themselves through with many soriniquity.
Prov. v. 8. Remove thy m Prov, vi. 30. Men do not de- way far from her, and come not spise a thief, if he steal to satisfy his nigh the door of her house : Ver. 9. soul when he is hungry: Ver. 31. Lest thou give thine honour unto But if he be found, he shall restore others, and thy years
unto the seven-fold; -Ver. 32. But whoso cruel : Ver. 10. Lest strangers be committeth adultery with a woman filled with thy wealth :-Ver. 11. lacketh understanding : he that doeth And thou mourn at the last, when it destroyeth his own soul. Ver. 33. thy flesh and thy body are A wound and dishonour shall he sumed, Ver. 12. And say, How get, and his reproach shall not be have I hated instruction, and my wiped away. And so on to the end heart despised reproof! Prov. of the Chapter.
vi. 32. But whoso commitreth P
in the heart, but breaks forth in words and actions P, scandalize others, and admit of no reparation": if against means",
adultery with a woman lacketh un- woman, and the woman: so shalt derstanding : he that doeth it de- thou put away evil from Israel. stroyerh his own soul. Ver. 33. A Compared with Ver. 28. If a man wound and dishonour shall he get,- find a damsel that is a virgin, which Iosh. vii. 21. When I saw among the is not betrothed, and lay hold on her, spoils a goodly Babylonish garment, and lie with her, and they be found: and two hundred shekels of silver, Ver. 29. Then the man that lay with and a wedge of gold of fifty shekels her shall give unto the damsel's faweight, then I coveted them, and ther fifty shekels of silver, and she took them ;
shall be his wife ; because he hath P James i. 14. But every man is
humbled her, he may not put her tempted when he is drawn away of away all his days. Prov.'vi. 32. But his own lust, and enticed. Ver. 15. whoso committeth adultery with a Then when lust hath conceived, it woman lacketh understanding: he bringeth forth sin; and sin, when it that doeth it destroyeth his own soul. is finished, bringeth forth death. Ver. 33. A wound and dishonour Mat. v. 22. But I say unto you, That shall he get, and his reproach shall whosoever is angry with his brother not be wiped away.
Ver. 34. For without a cause shall be in danger of jealousy is the rage of a man : there. • the judgment: and whosoever shall fore he will not spare in the day of say to his brother, Raca, shall be in
Ver. 35. He will not danger of the council: but whosoever regard any ransom ; neither will he shall say, Thou fool, shall be in dan- rest content, though thou givest ger of hell-fire. Micah ii. 1. Woé
many gifts. to them that devise iniquity, and S Mat. xi. 21. Woe unto thee, work evil upon their beds! when Chorazin! woe unto thee, Beththe morning is light they practise it, saida ! for if the mighty works which because it is in the power of their were done in you had been done in hand.
Tyre and Sidon, they would have 9 Mat. xviii. 7. Woe unto the repented long ago in sackcloth and world because of offences ! for it ashes. Vér. 22. But I say unto you, must needs be that offences come; It shall be more tolerable for Tyre but woe to that man by whom the and Sidon at the day of judgment offence cometh! Rom. ii. 23. Thou than for you. Ver. 23. And thou, that makest thy boast of the law, Capernaum, which art exalted unto through breaking the law dishonour: heaven, shalt be brought down to est thou God? Ver. 24. For the hell : for if the mighty works name of God is blasphemed among
which have been done in thee the Gentiles through you, as it is had been done in Sodom, it would written.
have remained until this day "Deut. xxii. 22. If a man be found Ver. 24. But I say unto you, That lying with a woman married to an it shall be more tolerable for the husband, then they shall both of them · land of Sodom~ John xv. 2. die, both the man that lay with the If I had not come and spoken