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Α. D. cir. 60. 1 ΡΕΤ. 111. 21, 22.-ΙV. 1-8. Α. D. c. 60. tism doth also now save us (not the put- | civiousness, lusts, excess of wine, revel. ting away of the filth of the flesh, b but lings, banquetings, and abominable idothe answer of a good conscience toward letries : God,) c by the resurrection of Jesus

2 See On Rom. i. ver. 91-31. Christ: a See on Matt. iij. ver. 6. clause 1.

VER. 4. b See on 2 Cor.i. ver. 12. clause 1. Ενώ ξενίζονται, μη συντρεχόντων υμών c See on Rom. iv, ver. 25. clause 2. εις την αυτήν της ασωτίας ανάχυσιν, VER. 22.

βλασφημούντες “ος έστιν εν δεξιά του Θεού, πορευθείς

Wherein they think it strange that ye εις ουρανόν, υποταγέντων αυτών αγγέλων και

run not with them to the same excess of εξουσιών και δυνάμεων.

riot, speaking evil of you: a Who is gone into heaven, and is on

VER. 5. the right hand of God; bangels and οι αποδώσουσι λόγον το ετοίμως έχονται αιthorities and powers • being made sub- κρίναι ζώντας και νεκρούς. ject unto him.

a Who shall give account to him that a See on Mark xvi. ver. 19. clauses is ready to judge the quick and the dead. b See on Rom. viii. ver. 38. clause 2.

a See on Matt. xviii. ver. 23. clause 2. cSee on Matt. xxvüi. ver 18.

VER. 6.

Εις τούτο γάρ και νεκρούς ευαγγελίσθη, Χριστού ούν παθόντος υπέρ ημών σαρκι, ένα κριθώσι μεν κατά ανθρώπους σαρκι, και υμείς την αυτήν έννοιαν οπλίσασθε, ζώσι δε κατά Θεόν ανεύματι. ότι ο παθών έν σαρκι, πέπαυται αμαρ For for thi cause was the Gospel τίας:

preached also to them that are dead, that Forasmuch then 8 as Christ hath suf- they might be judged according to men fered for us b in the flesh, e arm your in the flesh, but live according to God selves likewise with the same mind : a for in the spirit. he that hath suffered in the flesh hath

VER. 7. ceased from sin ;

Πάντων δε το τελος ήγγικε. Σωφρονή. a Seo on Matt. XX. ver. 28. clauses

σατε ούν και νήψατε εις τας προσευχάς. 3, 4.

a But the end of all things is at b See on chap. iii. ver. 18. clause 4. hand: b be ye therefore sober, cand c See on Rom. xiii. ver. 12. clause 3. watch unto prayer. See on Matt. x. ver. 38, 39.

a See on 1 Cor. vii. ver. 29. VER. 2.

b See on 1 Thess. v. ver. 6. clause S. Εις το μηκέτι ανθρώπων επιθυμίαις,

c See on Matt. xxiv. ver.42. clause 1. αλλά θελήματι Θεού τον επίλοιπον εν

VER. 8. σαρκι βιώσαι χρόνον. 2 That he no longer should live the rest εκτενή έχοντες ότι η αγάπη καλύψει

προ πάντων δε την εις εαυτούς αγάπης of his time in the flesh to the lusts of | πλήθος αμαρτιών. men, bbut to the will of God.

& And above all things have fervent a See on Rom. vi. ver. 13. b See on Matt. vii. ver. 21. clause 3.

charity among yourselves: bfor charity

shall cover the multitude of sins. VER. 3.

Or, will. 'Αρκετός γαρ ημϊν ο παρεληλυθώς χρόνος

a See on Mark ix. ver. 50. clause 3. του βίου το θέλημα των εθνών κατεργάσασθαι, σεπορευμένους εν ασελγείαις, επι- | love covereth all sins, Ρτον. 1. 12.

b Hatred stirreth up strifes : bat θυμίαις, οινοφλυγίαις, κώμους, πότοις, και A fool's wrath is presently known; αθεμίτους ειδωλολατρείαις

but a prudent man covereth shame, a. For the time past of our life may xii. 16. He that covereth a transsuffice us to have wrought the will of gression seeketh love: but he that the Gentiles, when we walked in las- repeateth a matter separateth very

A. D. cir. 60.
1 PET. IV. 8–14.

A. D. cir. 60. friends, xvii. 9. Charity suffereth the vine, ye are the branches : he long, and is kind; charity envieth that abideth in me, and I in him, the not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not same bringeth forth much fruit; for puffed up. Doth not behave itself without me ye can do nothing, John unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not xv. 4, 5. Being filled with the fruits easily provoked, thinketh no evil; of righteousness, which are by Jesus Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth Christ, unto the glory and praise of in the truth; Beareth all things, be- God, Phil. i. 11. lieveth all things, hopeth all things,

See on Rom. xi. ver. 36. clause 2. endureth all things, 1 Cor. xiii. 4—7. 8 See on Matt. xxvii. ver. 18. VER. 9.

VER, 12. Φιλόξενοι εις αλλήλους, άνευ γογγυσ 'Αγαπητοί, μη ξενίζεσθε τη εν υμίν Mar.

πυρώσει προς πειρασμόν υμίν γινομένη, , • Use hospitality one to another with- ως ξένου ύμϊν συμβαίνοντος out grudging.

a Beloved, think it not strange cona See on Rom. xii. ver. 13. clause 2. cerning the fiery trial b which is to try VER. 10.

you, as though some strange thing hap

pened unto you: "Εκαστος καθώς έλαβε χάρισμα, εις εαυτούς αυτό διακονούντες, ως καλοί οικο

2 See on Jobn xvi. ver. 33. clause 2. νόμοι ποικίλης χάριτος Θεού. .

b Every man's work shall be made

manifest: for the day shall declare a As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same one to another, fire, and the fire shall try every man's

it, because it shall be revealed by bas good stewards of the manifold grace work of what sort it is, 1 Cor. iii. 13. of God. See on Matt. XXV. ver. 14.

VER. 13. b See on Matt. xxiv, ver. 45.

'Αλλά καθό κοινωνείτε τοϊς του Χριστού VER. 11.

παθήμασι, χαίρετε, ίνα και εν τη αποκα

λύψει της δόξης αυτού χαρήτε άγαλλιώΕί τις λαλεί, ώς λόγια Θεού· ει τις

fukYOL διακονεϊ, ως εξ ισχύος ής χορηγεί ο Θεός ένα εν πάσι δοξάζηται ο Θεός δια 'ησού a But rejoice, binasmuch as ye are Xgtc to, a lotiv 'n sóta xai tò xpéros els partakers of Christ's sufferings; c that, τους αιώνας των αιώνων. Αμήν.

when his glory shall be revealed, " ye may

be glad also with exceeding joy. a If any man speak, let him speak as o the oracles of God; cif any man

a See on Matt. v. ver. 12. clause 1. minister, let him do it as of the ability

See on 2 Cor. i. ver. 7. clause 2. which God giveth: d that God in all

c See on Matt. xxiv. ver. 30.clause 3. things may be glorified e through Jesus

d See on Matt. XIV. ver. 21. Christ, 'to whom be pruise 8 and do

VER, 14. minion for ever and ever. Amen.

Ει ονειδίζεσθε εν ονόματι Χριστού, μα«To the law and to the testimony: κάριοι ότι το της δόξης και το του Θεού if they speak not according to this πνεύμα εφ' υμάς αναπαύεται κατά μέν word, it is because there is no light in αυτούς βλασφημείται, κατά δε υμάς them, Isa. viii. 20. But if they had dobáletas. stood in my counsel, and had caused my people to hear my words, then

a If ye be reproached for the name of they should have turned them from Christ, happy are ye; 5 for the Spirit their evil way, and from the evil of of glory and of God resteth upon you : their doings, Jer. xxiii. 22.

on their part he is evil spoken of, but b See on Acts vii. ver. 38. clause 3. on your purt he is glorified. cSee on Matt. xxiv. ver. 45.

a See on Matt. v. ver. 11. See on Matt. v. ver. 16. clause 2. b And the Lord came down in a • Abide in me, and I in you. As cloud, and spake unto him, and took the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, of the spirit that was upon him, and except it abide in the vine; no more gave it unto the seventy elders : and can ye, except ye abide in me. I am it came to pass, that, when the spirit

A. D. cir. 60.
1 PET. IV. 14–19.

A. D. cir. 60, rested upon them, they prophesied, | the Lord of hosts, Jer. xxv. 29. Slay and did not cease. But there re- utterly old and young, both maids, mained two of the men in the camp, and little children, and women ; but the name of the one was Eldad, and come not near any man upon whom the name of the other Medad : and is the mark; and begin at my sancthe spirit rested upon them, (and they tuary. Then they began at the ancient were of them that were written, but men which were before the house, went not out unto the tabernacle,) and Ezek. ix. 6. And think not to say they prophesied in the camp, Numb. within yourselves, We have Abraham xi. 25, 26. And, the Spirit of the to our father: for I say unto you, that LORD shall rest upon him, the spirit God is able of these stones to raise of wisdom and understanding, the up children unto Abraham. And now spirit of counsel and might, the spirit also the axe is laid unto the root of of knowledge and of the fear of the the trees; therefore every tree which LORD, Isa. xi. 2.

bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn c See on Matt. v. ver. 16. clause 2. down, and cast into the fire, Matt. iii.

9, 10. But he that knew not, and VER. 15.

did commit things worthy of stripes, Mà rág teg üvão marxéto às poveùs, shall be beaten with few stripes. For hi xabains, MAKOTOIOS, Ads áadotfioe- unto whomsoever much is given, of πίσκοπος. .

him shall be much required; and to But let none of you suffer as a mur whom men have committed much, of derer, or as a thief, or as an evildoer, him they will ask the more, Luke or as a busybody in other men's matters. xii. 48.

b For if the word spoken by angels VER. 16.

was stedfast, and every transgression ei de ás Xprotiavàs, men aloxuvéobw, and disobedience received a just reδοξαζέτω δε τον Θεόν εν τώ μέρει τούτω,

compence of reward; How shall we a Yet if any man suffer as a Christian, escape, if we neglect so great salvalet him not be ashamed; b but let him tion; which at the first began to be glorify God on this behalf.

spoken by the Lord, and was cona For the which cause I suffer these firmed unto us by them that heard things : nevertheless I am not asham- him, Heb. ii. 2, 3.

c See on 2 Thess. i. ver. 8.
ed, 2 Tim. i. 12.
b See on Matt. V. ver. 12. clause 1.

VER. 18.
VER. 17.

Και ει και δίκαιος μόλις σώζεται, ο ασεβές "οτι ο καιρός του άρξασθαι το κρίμα και αμαρτωλός που φανείται και από του οίκου του Θεού· ει δε πρώτον αφ' a And if the righteous scarcely be ημών, τί το τέλος των απειθούντων των saved, b where shall the ungedly and του Θεού ευαγγελία και ;

the sinner appeur ? a For the time is come that judgment

A See on Matt. x. ver. 38. must begin at the house of God: and if

bo See on Rom. i. ver. 18. clause 1. it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that cobey not the Gospel of

VER. 19. God?

"Ωστε και οι πάσχοντες κατά το θέλη

μα του Θεού, ως πιστώ κτιστη παρατιa Wherefore it shall come to pass, θέσθωσαν τας ψυχάς εαυτών έν άγαθοthat, when the Lord hath performed fortą. his whole work upon mount Zion and on Jerusalem, I will punish the fruit

a Wherefore let them that suffer acof the stout heart of the king of As-cording to the will of God bcommit the syria, and the glory of his high looks, keeping of their souls to him in well Isa. 2. 12. For, lo, I begin to bring doing, as unto a faithful Creator. evil on the city which is called by my a See on John xvi. ver. 33. clause 2. name, and should ye be utterly un b Into thine hand I commit my spipunished? Ye shall not be unpunish- rit: thou hast redeemed me, O LORD ed: for I will call for a sword upon God of truth, Psal. xxxi. 5. And they all the inhabitants of the earth, saith stoned Stephen, calling upon Gol,


Α. D. cir. 60. 1 ΡΕΤ. 1ν. 19-V. 1-8. Α. D. cir. 60. and saying, Lord Jesus, receive my herd of the sheep, through the blood spirit, Acts vii. 59.

of the everlasting covenant, Heb. xiii. CHAP. V.VER. 1.

b See on John x. ver. 2. clause 2. Πρεσβυτέρους τους εν υμίν παρακαλώ ο • See on Matt. xxiv.ver. 30.clause 3. συμπρεσβύτερος και μάρτυς των του Χρισ See on 1 Cor. ix. ver. 25. του παθημάτων, ο και της μελλούσης

VER. 5. αποκαλύπτεσθαι δόξης κοινωνός:

Ομοίως νεώτεροι υποτάγητε πρεσβυ2 The elders which are among you I τέροις πάντες δε αλλήλους υποτασσόμεexhort, who am also an elder, and ba

νου, την ταπεινοφροσύνην έγκομβώσασθε» witness of the sufferings of Christ, and | ότι ο Θεός υπερηφάνοις αντιτάσσεται, ταalso a partaker of the glory that shall be πεινούς δε δίδωσι χάριν. revealed :

a Likewise, ye younger, submit your. * See on Acts xi. ver. 30.

selves unto the elder : yea, all of you be b. See on Luke xxiv. ver 48.

subject one to another, band be clothed «See on Matt. xxv. ver. 21. clauses with humility: for God resisteth the 2, 3.

proud, and giveth grace to the humble. VER. 2.

a See on Matt. xx. ver. 26. clause 1. Ποιμένατε το εν υμίν ποίμνιον του b See on Matt. xxiii. ver. 12. Θεού, επισκοπούντες μη αναγκαστώς,

VER. 6. αλλ' εκουσίως: μηδε αισχροκερδώς, αλλά προθύμως:

Ταπεινώθητε ούν υπό την κραταιάν

χείρα του Θεού, ίνα υμάς υψώση εν καιρώ, » Feed the flock of God which is among you, taking the oversight thereof, Humble yourselves therefore under the not by constraint, but willingly ; b not mighty hand of God, that he may exalt for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind;

you in due time: * Or, as much as in you is.

VER. 7.

Πάσαν την μέριμναν υμών επιρρίψανSee on Acts xx. ver. 28. clause 4.

τες επ' αυτόν, ότι αυτώ μέλει περί υμών. b See on 1 Tim. ii. ver. 3. clauses 3, 4.

a Casting all your care upon bhim;

for he careth for you. VER. 3. Μηδ' ώς κατακυριεύοντες των κλήρων, and he shall sustain thee : he shall

a Cast thy burden upon the LORD, αλλά τύποι γινόμενοι του ποιμνίου.

never suffer the righteous to be moved, a Neither as being lords over God's Psal. lv. 22. heritage, b but being ensamples to the b See on Matt. vi. ver. 33. clause 4. flock.

VER. 8. * Or, over-ruling.

Νήψατε, γρηγορήσατε ότι ο αντίδικος a See on Matt. xx. ver. 26.

υμών διάβολος, ώς λέων ωρυόμενος, περιb See on 1 Cor. iv, ver. 16.

πατεί, ζητών τίνα καταπίης VER. 4.

a Be sober, bbe vigilant ; c because

your adversary d the devil, e as a roarΚαι φανερωθέντος του αρχιποίμενος, κομιείσθε τον απαράντινον της δόξης στέ-lion, walketh about f seeking whom

he may devour : φανον..

a See on 1 Thess. v. ver. 6. clause 3. And when a the chief Shepherd e shall

b See on Matt. xxv. ver. 5. clause 2. appear, ye shall receive a crown of cSee on Matt. iv. ver. 3. clause 1. glory that fadeth not away.

d See on Μatt. iv. ver. 1. clause 4. a And he is the head of the body, e Therefore rejoice, ye heavens, and the church; who is the beginning, the ye that dwell in them. Woe to the first-born from the dead ; that in all inhabitants of the earth and of the things he might have the pre-emi- sea! for the devil is come down unto nence, Col. i. 18. Now the God of you, having great wrath, because he peace, that brought again from the knoweth that he hath but a short time, dead our Lord Jesus, that great Shep- Rev. xii. 12.

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lret. v. 8–14.

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There is a conspiracy of her pro

VER. 11. phets in the midst thereof, like a roaring lion ravening the prey: they have Αυτώ ή δόξα, και το κράτος εις τους devoured souls ; they have taken the aiāras tão alémy. 'Apsv. treasure and precious things; they a To him be glory band dominion för have made her many widows in the

ever and ever. Amen. midst thereof, Ezek. xxi. 25. There

a See on Rom. xi. ver. 36. clause 2. fore I will be unto them as a lion; as b See on Matt. vi. ver. 13. clause S. a leopard by the way will I observe them. I will meet them as a bear

VER. 12. that is bereaved of her whelps, and will Διά Σιλουανού ύμϊν του πιστού αδελ. rend the caul of their heart, and there poll, is noglouai, di' óníyor iyparte, will I devour them like a lion: the παρακαλών και επιμαρτυρών ταύτην είναι wild beast shall tear them, Hos. xiii. Η αληθή χάριν του Θεού, εις ήν έστήκατε. 7,8.

By - Silvanus, a faithful brother unto VER. 9.

you, as I suppose, I have written briefly, * árticTnTE oTEp£o the wlotu, ci86-erhorting, and testifying that this is the τες τα αυτά των παθημάτων τη εν κόσμω | true grace of God wherein ye stand. . υμών αδελφότητι επιτελείσθαι.

a See on Acts xvii. ver. 5. a Whom resist, stedfast in the faith, b See on Rom. v. ver. 2. clause 2. bknowing that the same afflictions are accomplished in your brethren that are

VER. 13. in the world.

'Ασπάζεται υμάς ή εν Βαβυλώνα συνει

λεκτή, και Μάρκος ο υιός μου. a See on Eph. iv. ver. 27. See on John xvi. ver. 33. clause 2. The church that is at Babylon, a elect

ed together with you, VER. 10.

and so doth c Marcus my son. ο δε Θεός πάσης χάριτος, και καλέσας a See on Rom. viii. ver. 29. clauses ημάς εις την αιώνιον αυτού δόξαν εν Χριστώ 1, 2. Ιησού, ολίγον παθόντας, αυτός καταρτίσαι b See on 1 Cor xvi.ver. 20. clause 1. υμάς, στηρίξαι, σθενώσαι, θεμελιώσαι. c And when he had considered the

But a the God of all grace, b who thing, he came to the house of Mary hath called us unto his ceternal glory by the mother of John, whose surname Christ Jesus, d after that ye have suf was Mark; where many were gafered a while, e make you perfect, 'sta- thered together praying, Acts xii. 12. blish, strengthen, settle you.

And Bamabas and Saul returned from

Jerusalem, when they had fulfilled & See on Rom v. ver. 20.

their ministry, and took with them b See on Rom. i. ver. 6. clause 2.

John, whose surname was Mark, 25. cSee on Matt. xxv. ver. 21. clause 3. a Wherein ye greatly rejoice, though

VER. 14. now for a season, if need be, ye are 'Ασπάσασθε αλλήλους έν φιλήματι in heaviness through manifold temp- αγάπης. Ειρήνη υμίν πάσι τοις εν Χριστο tations : That the trial of your faith, 'inoci. 'Ajár. being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried

a Greet ye one another with a kiss of with fire, might be found unto praise charity. b Peace be with you all that and honour and glory at the appear

are Cin Christ Jesus. Amen. ing of Jesus Christ, 1 Pet. i. 6, 7. a See on Rom. xvi. ver. 16. clause 1.

e See on Matt. P. ver. 48. clause 1. b See on Rom. i. ver. 7. clause 5. See on Rom. i. ver. 11. clause 3. c See on John vi. ver. 56.

b saluteth you ;


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