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733. 1 Tim. i, 2. Grace; Mercy and Peace

from Jesus Christ our Lord. 734. 12. And I thank Christ Jefus our Lord,

who hath enabled me &c.

The Disposition of the Words in the original [και χάριν έχω τα δυναμώσαντί με Χe σώ Ιησάτω xveico rucâv,] makes it seem probable, that the truer Reading may be That which is found in several MSS, [*χάριν έχω τα αδυναμώσανλί με EN Xe με Ιησε TW xuelqo nuôv,] I thank Him who bath enabled me in Christ Jefus our Lord. Especially if in the 14th verse, instead of [Kue's npoten] be read, as some MSS have it, [Oēš nhill ,] And the grace of our Lord [or, of our God,] was exceeding abundant with Faith and

Love which is in Christ Jesus. 735. ii, 7. I speak the Truth † in Chrift,

and lie not.
+ Christ being by Witness ;
See No 167, 697, 707.

736. 2 Tim. i, 2. Grace, Mercy, and Peace,

from - our Lord Jesus Christ.


ii, 22.

With them that call on the Lord out of a pure Mind.

See N° 691.


iv ; 17, 18. The Lord stood with me, and strengthned me,

And the Lord fhall deliver me from every evil work, and will preserve me unto his


heavenly Kingdom : To whom be glory for ever and ever, Amen.

It is somewhat ambiguous whether this be spoken So of Christ or of God the Father : Bur it seems rather

to be meant of Chrift.

739 2 Tim.iv, 22. The Lord Jesus Christ be sous with thy Spirit.

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740. Tit. i, 4. Grace, Mercy and Peacefrom3. the Lord Jesus Christ.

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745. Philem. 3. Grace to you and Peace

from the Lord Jesus Christ.


25. The Grace of our Lord Jesus Chrift, be with your Spirit, Amen.

743. Heb. i, 6. When he bringeth in the first

begotten into the World, he faith ; And let all the Angels of God worship bim.


xiii, 21. To whom be glory for ever and ever, Amen.

It is ambiguous in the Construction, whether This refers to Christ or to the Father.

745. 1 Pet. ii ; 3, 4. The Lord is gracious :

To whom coming as unto a living Stone;-chosen of God, and pretious. 21' 11

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746. 1 Pet. iv, 11. To whom be Praise and

Dominion for ever and ever, Amen.

It is ambiguous by the Construction ofthe Words,

whether This refers to Chrift or to God the Father. 747.2 Pet. iii, 18. In the Knowledge of our

Lord and Saviour Jesus Chrift: To whom be

gborg both now and for ever, Amen. 748. 2 Joh. 3. Grace be with you; Mercy and

Peace from the Lord Jesus Chrift, the
Son of the Father.

749. Rev. i; 4, 5. Grace be unto you and

Peace from Jefus Chrift, who is the
Faithful Witness.


5, 6. Unto him that loved us, and washed us from our Sins in his own


And hath made us Kings and Priests unto God and his Father; to him be glory and Dominion for ever and ever, Amen.

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says Justin Martyr,) 're gorurgief i åretäpeler, we adore and love him

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751. Rev. V ; 8, 9, 10, fell down before

the Lamb, having every one of them Harps and golden Vials full of Odoars, which are the Prayers of Saints :

And they fung a new Song, faying ; Thore art worthy ; for thou watt Main, and haft redeemed us to God by thy Blood,

And haft made us anto our God, Kings and Priests; and we shall reign on the Earth. 752. V ; 12, 13. Saying with a loud Voice,

Worthy is the Lamb that was flain, to re-
ceive Power, and Riches, and Wisdom, and
Strength, and Honour, and Glory, and Bles-

And every Creature which is in Heaven, and on the Earth, andunder the Earth, and such as are in the Sea, and all that are in them, heard I, saying; Blessing, and Honour, and Glory, and Power, be unto him that fitteth upon the Throne, and unto the

Lamb for ever and ever. 753.

vii, io.

Salvation to our God which Fitteth upon the Throne, and unto the Lamb.


xxii, 20. Even fo, come, Lord Jon fius. 755.

21. The Grace of our Lord Jefus Chris, be with you all, Amen.


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The Pasages, wherein He is declared to be Sub

ordinate to the Father ; deriving his Being (in an incomprehensible manner) from him; receiving from him his divine Power, Authority and other Attributes; and acting in all things wholly according to the Will of the Father.

756. AT. vii, 21. Not every one that faith

unto Me, Lord, Lord; but He that doth the Will of my

Will of my Father which is in Heaven.

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757.' X, 40. He that receiveth Me, re

ceiveth him that fent Me.


xi; 25,26. I thank thee, O Father ;

Even so, Father, for so it seemed good in thy fight.

759. 27. All things are delivered unto me

of my Father.

760. xii, 50. Whosoeyer shall do the Will

of my Father which is in Heaven, the same is my Brother, c.

î 761. xvi, 27. The Son of man shall come, in the Glory of his Father.


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