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Titus 3:2–5

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dTo speak evil of no man, to be eno brawlers, but fgentle, shewing all gmeekness unto all men. For hwe ourselves also were isometimes kfoolish, ldisobedient, mdeceived, serving divers lusts and pleasures, living in nomalice and nenvy, hateful, and hating one another. But after that pthe kindness and ||love of qGod our Saviour toward man rappeared, sNot by works of righteousness which we have done, but taccording to his mercy he saved us, by uvthe washing of wregeneration, and xrenewing of vthe Holy Ghost;

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d

See Eph. 4:31.

e
f

1 Tim. 3:3 (Gk.). See Phil. 4:5.

g
h
i

See Eph. 2:2. Comp. 1 Pet. 4:3.

k
l

ch. 1:16.

m
n

See Rom. 1:29.

o

So James 1:21 (Gk.).

n

See Rom. 1:29.

p

Rom. 2:4 (Gk.). & 11:22 (Gk.). Eph. 2:7.

||

Or, pity.

q

See ch. 1:3.

r

ch. 2:11.

s
t
u
v

See John 3:5.

w
x

See Rom. 12:2.

v

See John 3:5.