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2 Corinthians 3:1–6

Do we begin again to acommend ourselves? or need we, as bsome others, cepistles of commendation to you, or letters of commendation from you? dYe are our epistle written in our hearts, eknown and read of all men: Forasmuch as ye are manifestly declared to be the epistle of Christ fministered by us, written not with ink, but with the Spirit of gthe living God; not in htables of stone, but iin fleshy tables of the heart. And such jtrust have we through Christ to God-ward: kNot that we are sufficient of ourselves to think any thing as of ourselves; but lour sufficiency is of God; Who also hath made us able dmministers of nthe new nntestament; not of othe letter, but of the spirit: for pthe letter killeth, but qthe spirit ||giveth life.

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a

ch. 5:12. & 10:12, 18. & 12:11. See Rom. 16:1.

b

Comp. ch. 11:4.

c

Comp. Acts 18:27.

d

1 Cor. 9:2. So ver. 6.

e

Acts 8:30 (Gk.).

f
g

See Ps. 42:2.

h
i
j

Eph. 3:12 (Gk.).

k

ch. 2:16.

l
d

1 Cor. 9:2. So ver. 6.

m

ch. 6:4. & 11:23. Eph. 3:7. Col. 1:23, 25. So ch. 4:1. & 5:18. 1 Tim. 1:12.

n

See Jer. 31:31. Comp. ver. 14.

nn

See Gal. 3:15.

o

See Rom. 2:27.

p

See Rom. 4:15.

q

John 6:63. So Rom. 8:2. 1 Pet. 3:18. Comp. ver. 17.

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