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New Testament Revision 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
Page 143 (second numbering)
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when he had offered offered Isaac his <​Son​> upon the alter? seest thou how works wraughtest with his faith, and by works was faith made perfect, and the schipture was fulfilled which saith, Abraham beleived God, and it was imputed to <​unto​> him for righteousness, and he was called the friend of God. Ye see then how that by works a man is justified, and not by faith only. Likwise also, Rehab <​Rahab​> the harlot was justified by works when she had received the messengers and sent them out another way. For, as the body without the spirit <​is dead,​> so faith without works is dead.
James, Chapter 3
Chapter -[3rd]-
V[e]rse 1st My breatheren, strive not for the mastery; knowing that in so doing we shall receive the greater condemnation
James, Chapter 4
Chapter -[4th]- correct
James, Chapter 5
Chapter -[5th]- correct
1 Peter, Chapter 1
The first Epistle
of Peter
Chapter -[1st]-
Verse 9th object
" 10 Concerning which salvation the Prophets who prophecied of the grace bestowed upon you, inquired and searched dilegently;
" 11th Searching what time, and what manner of salvation the spirit of christ which was in them did signefy, when it testified before hand the sufferings of christ, and the glory which should follow.
1 Peter, Chapter 2
Chapter -[2nd]-
Verse 5th an
" 7th unto you therefore who beleive, he is precious; but unto them who are disobedient, who stumble at the the word through disobedience whereunto they were appointed, a stone of stumbling and a rock of offence. For the stone which the builders rejected disallowed is become the head of the corner.
" 12th behaviour conduct [p. 143 (second numbering)]
when he had offered Isaac his Son upon the alter? seest thou how works wraught with his faith, and by works was faith made perfect, and the schipture was fulfilled which saith, Abraham beleived God, and it was imputed to unto him for righteousness, and he was called the friend of God. Ye see then how that by works a man is justified, and not by faith only. Likwise also, Rahab the harlot was justified by works when she had received the messengers and sent them out another way. For, as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead.
James, Chapter 3
Chapter -[3rd]-
Verse 1st My breatheren, strive not for the mastery; knowing that in so doing we shall receive the greater condemnation
James, Chapter 4
Chapter -[4th]- correct
James, Chapter 5
Chapter -[5th]- correct
1 Peter, Chapter 1
The first Epistle
of Peter
Chapter -[1st]-
Verse 9th object
" 10 Concerning which salvation the Prophets who prophecied of the grace bestowed upon you, inquired and searched dilegently;
" 11th Searching what time, and what manner of salvation the spirit of christ which was in them did signefy, when it testified before hand the sufferings of christ, and the glory which should follow.
1 Peter, Chapter 2
Chapter -[2nd]-
Verse 5th an
" 7th unto you therefore who beleive, he is precious; but unto them who are disobedient, who stumble at the the word through disobedience whereunto they were appointed, a stone of stumbling and a rock of offence. For the stone which the builders disallowed is become the head of the corner.
" 12th conduct [p. 143 (second numbering)]
Page 143 (second numbering)