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should ask who it should be of whom he 1pake. 25. He then lying on Jesus breast, faith unto him, Lord, who is it? 26. Jesus answered, He it is to whom I shall give a * sop, [Or, Morsel] when I have dipped it. And when he had dipped the lop, he gave it to Judas Iscariot, the son of Simon. 27. And after the fop, m Satan entred into him. Then said Jesus unto him, " that thou doft, do quickly. 28. Now no man at the table knew for what intent he spake this unto him. 29. For some of them thought, because Judas had the ° bag, that Jesus had said unto him, Buy those things that we have need of against the feaft: or that he should give something to the poor. 30. He then having received the lop, went immediately out: and it was night. 31. Therefore when he was gone out, Jesus said, Now is the Son of man

glorified, and God is glorified in him. 32. "If God be glorified in him, God shall also s glorifie him in himself, and thall straightway glorife him. 33. Little children, yet a little while I am with you. Ye shall.u seek me: and as I said unto the Jews, Whither I go, ye cannot come ;, so now I say unto you. 34. A a new commandment I give unto you,

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ye Joh. 12. 23, 28. Heb. 1. 3. + Joh. 8. 21. I go my Way, and ye Who being the Brightness of his Thall seek me, and shall die in your Glory, and the express Image of his Sins: Whither I go, ye cannot Person, and upholding all things come. :: Joh. 16. 16. A little by the Word of his Power, when 10 while and ye shall not see me : and he had by himself purged our again, a little while and ye shall Sins, sat down on the right Hand fee me, because I go to the Fa. of the Majesty on high

ther. 21. 19. This spake he, a t 1 Joh. 2. 7, 8. Brethren, I fignifying by what Death he should

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you, but an old Commandment t Joh 17. 1, 5, 6. ---Father, which ye had from the Beginning: the Hour is come, glorifie thy Son,

the old Commandment is the that thy Son also may glorifié thee. Word which ye have heard from And now, O Father, glorifie thou 20 the Beginning. Again, a new Come me with thine own félf, with the mandment I write unto you, which Glory which I had with thee before thing is true in him, and in you. the World was. I have manifest. 1 Joh. 3. 11. This is the Message ed thy Name unto the Men which that ye have heard from the Begina out of the 25 ning, that we should love one ano

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fulfilled in one Word, even in this; from the Beginning, that we love Thou shalt love thy Neighbour as thy one another.

Self. The Fruit of the Spirit is Lev. 19 18. Thou shalt love s love. Gal. 6. 2. Bear ye one athy Neighbour as thy self. Mat. nothers Burdens, and so fulfil the 22. 39, 40. The second is like unto Law of Christ. + Eph. 5. 2. Walk it, Thou shalt love thy Neighbour in love, as Christ also hath loved as thy self. On these two Com

Phil. 1. 9. This I pray, that mandments hang all the Law and to your love may abound yet more and the Prophers. Mar. 12. 31. The more in Knowledge, and in all second is like unto it, Thou shalt Judgment. Col. 2. 2. That their love thy Neighbour as thy self. Hearts may be comforted, being Prov. 15. 17. Better is a Dinner knit together in Love. Col. 3. 14. of Herbs where love is, than a stal. 15 Above all these things, put on ChaJed Ox, and hatred therewith. rity, which is the Bond of Perfed+ Joh. 15. 12, 17. This is my ness. 1 Thes. 3. 12. The Lord Commandment, That ye love one ano make you to increase and abound ir ther, as I have loved you. These love one towards another, and towards Things I command you, that ye 20 all Men, even as we do towards love one another. Rom. 12. 9, 10. you.

Thef. Let Love be without Diffimulati. brotherly love, ye need not that I on. Be kindly Affectioned one to write unto you: for ye your felves another ; with brotherly love. are taught of God to love one another. Rom. 13. 8, 9, 10. Owe no Man a. 25 1 Tim. 1.5. The End of the Come ny thing, but to love one another : mandment is Charity, out of a pure for he that loveth another, hath ful. Heart, and of a good Conscience

, filled the Law. For this, thou and of Faith unfeigned. Tim. 6, shalt not commit Adultery, Thou 11. - Follow after Righteousness, thalt not kill, Thou shalt not steal, 30 Godliness, Faith, Love, Patience, Thou shall not bear false witness, Meekness: 2 Tim. 2. 22.--Follow Tlmu thalt nøt covet ; and if Righteousness, Faith Charity.--H-b. there be any other Commandment,

13. 1. Let brotherly love continue. it is briefly comprehended in this Jam. 2. 8. If ye fulfil the royal La Saying, namely, Thou shalt love thy 35 according to the Scripture. Thou Neighbour as thy Self Love worketh Malt love thy Neighbour as the fil, no ill to his Neighbour: therefore ye do well. 1 Pet. 1. 22. Seeing ye love is the fulfilling of the Law. have purified your Souls in obey Cor. 13. 3, 13. Though I bestow ing the Truth through the Spirit, all my Goods to feed the Poor, 40 unto unfeigned Love of the Brito and though I give my Body to be burned, and have not Charity, it with a pure Heart fervently. Pet profiteth me nothing Now abideth Faith, Hope, Charity, these three, but the greatest of these is 45 pitiful, be courteous. Charity. See the whole Chapter. I Above all things have fervent Chao Cor. 14. 1. Follow after Charity.

rity among your felves: for Charity ! 1 Cor. 16. 14. Let all your things fhall cover the multitude of Sins. be done with Charity. 2 Cor. 6. 6. 2 Pet. 1. 7. [Add] By purenels, – bý love unfeigned.so brotherly-kindness, to brotherly-kind

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1 Joh. 3: 10, 11, 14, 16, loveth God, love his Bro:her also,

Whosoever doth nor lo b.+ 1 Joh. 2. 5. Whofo keepeth Righteousness, is not of God, nei his Word, in him verily is the Love ther he that loveth not his Brother. of God perfected : hereby know For this is the Message that ye we that we are in him. t 1 Joh. heard from the Beginning, that we 4. 20. The Words under Ver. 34. fhould love one another. - He that is Joh. 21. 18. When thou loveth not his Brother abideth in fhalt be old, thou shalt stretch forth Darkness

Hereby perceive we thy Haids, and another shall gird the Love of God, because he laid thee, and carry thee whither thou down his Life for us: and we

wouldi nor. t 2 Pet. I. 14. ought to lay down our lives for the 20 Knowing that shortly I must put Brethren. My little Children, let off this my Tavernacle, even as us not love in Word, neither in Tongue, our Lord Jesus Christ hath fewbut in Deed and in Truth.

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gave us Commandment. Son 4., 7, 8, 11, 20, 21. Beloved, d Mar. 14.31. He spake the more *5 love one another : for Love is vehemently, If í mould die with

every one that lovet h 30 thee, I will not deny thee in is born of God, and knoweth God. any wise. See on Mat. 26. 33, He that loveth not, knoweth not 34. God; for God is loùe. Beloved,

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believe allo o in me. 2. In my Fathers house are ma mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you: to prepare a place for you. 3. And if I go and prepare place for you, I will come again and receive you unin Telf, that where I am, there ye may be also. ther I go ye know, and the way ye know. 5. Thom faith unto him, Lord, we know not whither thou goeft, how can we know the way? 6. Jelus faith unto him, the 5 way, and the i truth, and the life : ' 110 man come unto the Father but by me. 7.

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2 Ver. 27, 28. :: Joh. 16. 22. 9. 8. The Holy Ghost this fig -I will see you again, and your ing that the Way into the Ho Heart shall rejoice, and your Joy no of all, was not yet made Man taketh' from you.

fest. b A&. 8. 37. I believe that Jes Joh. 1. 17. Grace and sus Christ is the Son of God.

came by Jesus Christ. Joh. 8 © Joh. 16. 16. -I go to the Fa. Ye shall know the Truth, and ther. : Joh. 13:33, 36.

Truth shall make you free. d Heb.6.20. Whither (viz. with kt Job. 1.4. In him was in the Vail) the Fore-runner is for 10 and the Life was the Light us entred, even Jesus.

Men. Joh. 6. 33. The Break et Ver. 18, 28. See on Acts God is he which cometh

from Heaven, and giveth Life f + See on Joh. 12. 26.

the World. Joh. 10. 28. 1 7 Acts 14. 22. We must thro'15 give unto them Erernal 22 mucla Tribulation enter into the 7 Joh. 11. 25 I am che Resurse Kingdom of God.

on and the Life: he that believe h Isa. 35. 8. An high Way shall in me, though he were dead be there, and a Way, and it Ihall fhall he live. be called the Way of Holiness;2't Joh. 10. 9. See op 11 the Unclean fhall not pass over

: 5. it.- Joh. 3. 16. God so loved the m + Joh. 12. 45. He that World, that he gave his only be. me, feeth him that fent me. : gotten Son, that whosoever bee

4. 4. Christ, who is the bragt lieverb in him should not perish, but 25 God.

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seen the Father; and how sayst thou then, fhew us the Father? 10. Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? the words that PI speak unto you, I speak not of my self: but the Father that dwelleth in me, he 9 doth the works. 11. Believe me that I am in the Father, and the Father in me: or "elle believe me for the very works fake. 12. Verily verily I say unto you, He that s believeth on me, the works that I do, shall he do also, and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father. 13. And whatsoever ye shall a ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. 14. If ye shall ask any thing in my name, I will do it. 15. o love me, (1) keep my Commandments. 16. And

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+ Joh. 15. 104 may be one, as thou, Father, art in 14. If ye keep my Commandments, me, and I in thee.- Iin them, and ye shall abide in my Love - Yé thou in me, that they may be are my Friends if ye do whatso. made perfect in one:

10 ever I command you. t 1 Joh. 5. † Joh. s.19. The Son can do 3. This is the Love of God, thac nothing of himself, but what he we keep his Commandments : and seeth the Father do. Joh. 8. 38.

his Commandments are not grie12.49. See on Joh. 7. 16. vous. Joh. 3. 24. He that keep

9 Joh. 3. 2. —No Man can do eth his Commandments dwelleth in. these Miracles that thou doft except

him. 1 Joh. 2. 3, s. Hereby God be with him.

do we know that we know him, Joh. 5. 36. I have a greater if we keep his Commandments. Witness than that of John: for the Whofo keepeth his Word, in him Works which the Father hath given , verily is the Love of God perfect. meto finish, the saine Works which ed. 2 Joh. ver. 6. This is Love, I do bear witness of me, that the

that we walk in his Commando * † Mat. 21. 21. See on Mat.

25 (1) We may hence learn, that all Pretenfions to love God, if we refuse

vain and of no Account. We may farther learn, that the Motive which should influence us to obey God, and to perform every Duty and Part of Religion should be Love. The first Beginnings of Converfion may probably arise from fear of Punishment, but we must not stop here; for the great Principle we should be governed by, and which will make our Obedience easie and

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