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The preference 1 COR. XII. of charity.

22 Nay, much more A. D. 59. prophets, thirdly those members of the + Or, cut on. te

teachers, after that body, which seem to

miracles, then I gifts be more feeble, are division

of healings, m helps, necessary.

e Ro. 12. 5. 15

governments, n di23 And those mem- Ep. 1. 23.

23:versities of tongues. bers of the body, &* 4. 12.129 Are all apostles? which we think to be & 5. 23. are all prophets? are less honourable, upon! Col. 1. 24. all teachers are all these we + bestow f Ep. 5. 30. workers It of mira. more abundant ho-'g Ep. 4. 11. cles? nour; and our un h Ep. 2. 20. 30 Have all the comely parts have & 3.5. gifts of healing? more abundant come-i Ac. 13. 1. do all speak with liness.

Ro. 12. 6. tongues? do all in24 For our comely k ver. 10. terpret? paris have no need : 1 ver. 9. 31 But o covet earbut God hath tem. m Nu. 11.17. nestly the best gifts : pered the body to- Ro. 12. 8. and yet si

and yet shew I unto gether, having given He. 13. 17. you a more excellent more abundant ho-, Or, kinds. way. nour to that part ver. 10. which lacked:

tt Or,

. CHAP. XIII. 25 That there should powers. 1 THOUGH I speak be no t schism in theo ch. 14. 1. with the tongnes of body; but that the a ch.12.8,9. men and of angels, members should have! Ma. 7. 22. and have not charithe same care one for b Ma. 17. 20. ty*, I am become as another.

Mar.11 23. sounding brass, or 26 And whether Lu. 17.6. tinkling cymbal. one member suffer, Ma. 6. 1,2 2 And though I all the members suf

have the gift of a profer with it; or one

ver. I-
* The Greek Pucu

phecy, and under member be honoured. Word avstand all mysteries, all the menibers re- Love. And and all knowledge; joice with it.

this was for- and though I have 27 Now eye are merly Noweve are merly the all faith. b so that I

sense of the the body of Christ, sens

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could remove moun

Co. and members in charity. So tains, and have not particular,

Milton - charity, I am 1028 And & God hath Dwells in thing! set some in the a

the all heaven 3 And though I

o charity sol church, first badeari bestow all my goods postles, secondarily =

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1 COR. XIV. comnended though I give my A. D. 59. (as a child, I thought body to be burned,

as a child: but when pitv'd Pr. 10. 12. I became a man, I and have not charity,

I Pe. 4.8. it profiteth me now

put away childish thing.

rash. 4 d Charity suffer

| 12 Fork now we

le ch. 10. 24. ses through a gla eth long, and is kind;

see through a glass,

Ph. 2. 4. charity envieth not ;

f Ps. 10.3.

darkly ; it but then charity + vaunteth not

Ro. I. 32.

facel to face: now I itself, is not puffed

know in part ; but

8 2 Jao. 4. up,

then shall I know 5 Doth not behave

1 Or, with

even as also I am

the truth. itself unseemly, seek

h Ro. 15. 1.

known. eth not her own, is"

| 13 And now abidnot easily provoked, 2 Ti. 2. 24. eth faith, hope, chathinketh no evil;

ich. 8. 2. rity, these three ; but of Rejoiceth not in


the greatest of these. ipiguity, but & rejoic


is charity. eth in the truth; k 2 C0.3.18. CHAP. XIV.

7h Beareth all & 5.7. things, believeth all Ph. 3. 12. 1 FOLLOW after things, hopeth all tt Gr. charity, and a desire things, endureth all in a riddle. spiritual gifis, b but things.

1 Ma. 18. 10. rather that ye may 8 Charity dever i Jno. 3. 2. prophesy. faileth: but whether a ch. 12. 31. | 2 For he that cspeak. there be prophecies, b Nu. 11. 25. eth in an unknown they shall fail ; whe

29. tongue speaketh not ther there be tongues, Ac. 2. 4. unto men, but unto they shall cease ; & 10. 46. God: for no man whether there be

it Gr.

a nnderstandethfi him; knowledge, it shall heareth. howbeit in the spirit vanish away.*

Ac. 22. 9. he speaketh myste9 i For we know in

ries. part, and we prophe- ver. 8

3 But he that prosy in part.

*As the star-phesieth speaketh 10 But when that light is lost unto men to edifica

in that of the which is perfect is!


"tion, and exhortation,

1 come, then that which sun, so will and comfort. is in part shall be our present 4 He that speaketh done away.

kuowledge in an unknown tongue 11 When I was a

be lost in the edifieth himself; but

a light of eter- he that prophesieth child, I spake as a nit chila, I understood

ledifieth the church.

Of the gift

of tongues. 5 I would that A. D. 59. may be, 80 many ye all spake with

kinds of voices in the

Id ver. 26. tongues, but rather Ep. 1.:12. world, and none of that ye prophesied : Phil.3.15. (them is without sigfor greater is he that!+ Or, tunes. nification. prophesieth than hel

11 Therefore if I that speaketh with bignificant.

know not the meantongues, except hele ing of the voice, I interpret, that the of spirits.

shall be unto him church may receive e Ep.5. 19. that spea

that speaketh a bar. edifying.*

Col. 3. 16. barian, and he that 6 Now, brethren, Ps. 47. 7. speaketh shall be a if I come unto ch. 11. 24. Dari

barbarian unto me. you speaking with

12 Even so ye, fortongues, what shall ver. 5– asmuch as ye are I profit you, except The apostle zealous of spiritual I shall speak to you here teaches gifts, seek that ye either bu drevelation us to esti

0,mate the va

may excel to the edi. or by knowledge, or lue of gifts

fying of the church. by prophesying, or and talents, 13 Wherefore let by doctrine?

not by their him that speaketh in 7 And even things brilliancy, an unknown tongue without life giving

but useful

pray that he may insound, whether pipe line with

pipe ing with terpret. or harp, except they tongues was 14 For if I pray in give a distinction in serviceable an unknown tongue, the sounds, how for spreading my spirit prayeth, shall it be known but other

but my understand. what is piped or wise it was sing is unfruitful. harped?

more desira- 15 What is it then ? 8 For if the trum- ble to dis I will pray with the pet give an uncertain course well

spirit, and I will pray sound, who shall pre

on useful pre subjects in

with the understandpare himself to the their own

ing also: el will sing battle?

language, with the spirit, and I 9 So likewise ye, which would will sing with the except ye utter by have a ten understanding also.

dency to conthe tongue words wind

16 Else when thou easy 1 to be under-who, ont of shalt bless with the stood, how shall it curiosity, spirit, how shall he be known what is might be

that occupieth tho 8poken? for ye shall present in

room of the unlearned

their assemspeak into the air.


say Amen 8 at thy 10 There are, it!

giving of thanks, seeOf spiritual 1 COR. XIV.

gifts. ing he understandeth A. D. 59. one place, and all not what thou sayest?

speak with tongues, 17 For thou verily h ch. 3. 1.

and there come in

Ps. 131.2.12 givest thanks well,

Ma. 11. 25.

those that are unlearnbut the other is not & 18. 3. ed, or unbelievers. edified.

& 19. 14. will m they not say 18 I thank my God, Ro. 16.19. that ye are mad? I speak with tongues

Ep. 4. 14. 24 But if all pro

He. 5, 12, more than ye all :

13 phesy, and there 19 Yet in the church

i Ma. 18, 3.

come in one that I had rather speak I Pe. 2. 2.

believeth not, or one five words with my

unlearned, he is conunderstanding, that Gr. perfect, vinced of all, he is by my voice I might

or, of a ripe judged of all:

age. teach others also, ch. 2. 6. 25 And thus are than ten thousand

the secrets of his

k Jno.10.34. words in an unknown

heart made manifest; tongue.

1 De. 28. 49. and so falling down 20 Brethren, b be Is. 28. II, on his face he will not children in un

Jo. 5. 15.

- worship God, and derstanding: howbelt

report in that God is in malice i be ye chil-m

him Ac, 2. 13.11

in you of a truth. dren, but in under- s. 45. 14. 26 How is it then, standing be +men.

Ze. 8. 23. brethren? when ye 21 k In the law it over is I written, With men

come together, every ch. 12.8,9,1)

one of you hath & of other tongues and p ch. 12. 7. psalm, hath a docother lips will I speak | 2 Co. 12. trine, hath a tongue, unto this people, and

19. hatha revelation, yet for all that will

Ep. 4. 12.

hath an interpretathey not hear me,

tion. P Let all things saith the Lord.

be done unto edi22 # Wherefore i tongues are for a ment appears. 27 If any man speak sign, not to them that to be " Since in an unknown tongue, believe, but to them God threat- let it be by two, or at that believe not : but

ens this as a the most by three,

curse, do not prophesying serveth


and that by course; pot for them that bring it upon and let one inter believe not, but for the charch, pret. them which believe. merely to £8 But if there be 23 If therefore the

make osten- I po interpreter, let him

tation of your nole church belown sitte keep silence in the some together into

church; and let him

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1 COR. XV. resurrection. speak to himself, and A. D. 59. | 37 - If any man to God.

=think himself to be a 29 Let the prophets 19 ch. 12. 10. prophet, or spiritual. speak two or three, Ir 1 Th. 5. 19, let him acknowledge and 9 let the other

20. that the things that judge.

1 Jno. 4. 1. 1 write unto you are 30 If any thing beltGr. tumult. Ithe commandments revealed to another or, unquiet- of the Lord. that sitteth by, let the ness. | 38 But if any man first hold his peace.lt ch. 11. 16. be ignorant, let him

31 For ye may all ul Ti. 2. 11, be ignorant. prophesy one by one,

12. 39 Wherefore, brethat all may learn, s ch. 11. 3. thren, 4 covet to proand all may be com- Ep; 5. 22. phesy, and forbid

Col. 3. 19. forted.

Tit. 2. 5.

not to speak with 32 And the spirits Pe. 3. 1. tongues. of the prophets are y Ge. 3.16. ), 40 b Let all things subject to the pro-1 z 2 Co. 10.7.1:

be done decently and phets.

1 Jno. 4.6."

4:6 in order. 33 For God is not a ch. 12. 31. CHAP. XV. the author of confu 1 Th.5. 20. sion, but of peace, lb ver. 3311 MOREOVER, breast in all churches of

a Ga. 1. 11.

thren, I declare unto the saints.

you the Gospel 34 Let your wo

b Ro. 6. 2.

which • I preached men keep silence in

in loch. 1. 21.

Junto you, which also

| Ro. 1. 16. the churches : for it

iye have received, and is not permitted upto fast."

1 Or, hold

wherein b ye stand; them to speak ; but

2e By which also they are commanded

"ye are saved, if ye to be under obedi-la Gu. 3. 4.


keep in memory ence, as also saith

1 . ch. 11. 2.

what I preached the y law.

unto you, unless d ye

23. 35 And if they will Ga. 1. 12.

have believed in learn any thing, let

vain, them ask their hus. Ps. 22. 15. 3 For I delivered bands at home: for Is. 53, 5, 6. un it is a shame for wo

that f which I also

Ze. 13. 7. men to speak in the Lu. 24. 26. received, how that church.

46. Christ died for our 36 What? came the Ac. 3. 18. sins according to word of God out from

& 26. 23. the Scriptures;

1 Pe.1.11 you? or came it unto

& 2, 24.14 And that he was you only ?

buried, and that he

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