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Α Ν Ν Ο Τ Α Τ Ι Ο Ν S
UPON ALL THE BOOKS OF
THE NEW TESTAMENT,
ALL THE DIFFICULT PLACES THEREOF.
BY H. HAMMOND, D. D.
Δόξα εν υψίστοις Θεώ, και επί γης ειρήνη" εν ανθρώποις ευδοκία.
EPISTLE OF PAUL THE APOSTLE
TO THE ROMANS.
a servant PAUL
of Jesus Christ, called to be an
a one that hath received this special singular mercy apostle, separated from him to be an apostle, authorized and set apart unto the gospel of (Acts xüi. 2.) to that office of preaching the gospel, God,
2 (Which he had (which God' had promised by the prophets that it promised afore by should now be revealed to the Gentiles as well as his prophets in the Jews, to all the world by the ministry of the apostles,) holy scriptures,) 3, 4. Concerning the Messias, the Son of God, by 3. Concerning his him sent into the world, (who according to the flesh Lord, which was was born a Jew, of the stock of David, but according ? made of the seed to the spirit of holiness, or in respect of that other of David according nature in him, called his eternal Spirit, Heb. ix. 14, to the flesh; (far above all that is flesh and blood,) that, I say, 4 And 3 declared to which shone in him most perfectly after, and through be the Son of God with power, accord- and by his resurrection from the dead, 2 Cor. xii. 4, ing to the spirit of was set at God's right hand, the Son of God in power, holiness, by the to whom accordingly, as to a Son, all power was given [q]resurrection from by the Father,) even Jesus Christ our Lord: the dead: 5 By whom we have 5. Who hath afforded me the favour or honour to received grace and be sent as apostle of the Gentiles to all the nations of
I called, or, special apostle, kantos & botoROS : see note (c) Matt. xx. 2 born, yevouévov. 3 demonstrated, or, defined the Son of God in power, Toll Opolévtos viou Otoù év Ouvduet.
HAMMOND, VOL. II.