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2 Timothy 4:9

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(2Ti 4:21; 2Ti 1:4, 8.) Timothy is asked to come to be a comfort to Paul, and also to be strengthened by Paul, for carrying on the Gospel work after Paul's decease.

1 Corinthians 16:21

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salutation...with mine own hand--He therefore dictated all the rest of the Epistle.

Titus 3:15

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Greet--"Salute them that love us in the faith." All at Crete had not this love rooted in faith, the true bond of fellowship. A salutation peculiar to this Epistle, such as no forger would have...

Hebrews 2:17

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Wherefore--Greek, "Whence." Found in Paul's speech, Ac 26:19. in all things--which are incidental to manhood, the being born, nourished, growing up, suffering. Sin is not, in the original...

Acts 18:11

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continued there a year and six months--the whole period of this stay at Corinth, and not merely up to what is next recorded. During some part of this period he wrote his Second Epistle to the...

Ephesians 6:10

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my brethren--Some of the oldest manuscripts omit these words. Some with Vulgate retain them. The phrase occurs nowhere else in the Epistle (see, however, Eph 6:23); if genuine, it is appropriate...

1 Timothy 1:13

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Who was before--Greek, "Formerly being a blasphemer." "Notwithstanding that I was before a blasphemer," &c. (Ac 26:9, 11). persecutor--(Ga 1:13). injurious--Greek, "insulter"; one who acts...

1 Peter 5:5

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ye younger--The deacons were originally the younger men, the presbyters older; but subsequently as presbyter expressed the office of Church ruler or teacher, so Greek "neoteros" means not (as...

2 Peter 2:22

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But--You need not wonder at the event; for dogs and swine they were before, and dogs and swine they will continue. They "scarcely" (2Pe 2:18) have escaped from their filthy folly, when they again...

Revelation 2:7

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He that hath an ear--This clause precedes the promise in the first three addresses, succeeds it in the last four. Thus the promises are enclosed on both sides with the precept urging the deepest...

Acts 16:36

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the keeper--overjoyed to have such orders to execute. told this...to Paul...now therefore...go in peace--Very differently did Paul receive such orders.

Hebrews 12:24

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new--not the usual term (kaine) applied to the Christian covenant (Heb 9:15), which would mean new as different from, and superseding the old; but Greek, "nea," "recent," "lately established,"...

1 Timothy 6:20 - 21

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Recapitulatory conclusion: the main aim of the whole Epistle being here summarily stated. O Timothy--a personal appeal, marking at once his affection for Timothy, and his prescience of the coming...

2 Thessalonians 2:4

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Da 11:36, 37 is here referred to. The words used there as to Antiochus Epiphanes, Paul implies, shall even be more applicable to the man of sin, who is the New Testament actual Antichrist, as...

Romans 8:33 - 34

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Who shall lay anything to the charge of--or, "bring any charge against." God's elect?--the first place in this Epistle where believers are styled "the elect." In what sense this is meant will...

Romans 16:22

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I, Tertius, who wrote this--"the" epistle--as the apostle's amanuensis, or penman. salute you in the Lord--So usually did the apostle dictate his epistles, that he calls the attention of the...

Acts 25:2

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Then the high priest--a successor of him before whom Paul had appeared (Ac 23:2). and the chief of the Jews--and "the whole multitude of the Jews" (Ac25:24) clamorously. informed him against Paul...

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