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    1 CORINTHIANS 7

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    1 He treats of marriage; 4 shewing it to be a remedy against fornication, 10 and that the bond thereof ought not lightly to be dissolved. 20 Every man must be content with his vocation. 25 Virginity wherefore to be embraced; 35 and for what respects we may either marry, or abstain from marrying. VERSE 1 - good. * :8,26,27,37,38 Mt 19:10,11 - touch. * Ge 20:6 Ru 2:9 Pr 6:29 VERSE 2 - to avoid. * :9; 6:18 Pr 5:18,19 1Ti 4:3 - let. * Pr 18:22; 19:14 Mal 2:14 Eph 5:28,33 VERSE 3 * Ex 21:10 1Pe 3:7 VERSE 4 * Ho 3:3 Mt 19:9 Mr 10:11,12 VERSE 5 - except. * Ex 19:15 1Sa 21:4,5 Joe 2:16 Zec 7:3; 12:12-14 - that Satan. * Mt 19:11 1Th 3:5 VERSE 6 - by. * :12,25 2Co 8:8; 11:17 VERSE 7 - I would. Said. Paul evidently gave this advice in reference to the necessities of the church, or what he calls (ver. 26) the present distress; for it would be perfectly absurd to imagine that an inspired apostle would in the general, discountenance marriage, since it was of the greatest importance to the existence and happiness of future generations, and expressly agreeable to a Divine institution. * 1Co 9:5,15 Ac 26:29 - But. * 1Co 12:11 Mt 19:11,12 VERSE 8 * 1Co 7:26,27,32,34,35 VERSE 9 - let. * :2,28,36,39 1Ti 5:11,14 VERSE 10 - yet. * :12,25,40 - Let. * :15 Jer 3:20 Mal 2:14-16 Mt 5:32; 19:6-9 Mr 10:11,12 Lu 16:18 VERSE 11 - or. * Jud 19:2,3 Jer 3:1 - and let. * De 22:19 Isa 50:1 Mr 10:2 VERSE 12 - speak. * :6,25 2Co 11:17 - If. * Ezr 10:2,3,11-19 VERSE 13 VERSE 14 - the unbelieving husband. * 1Co 6:15-17 Ezr 9:1,2 1Ti 4:5 Tit 1:15 - else. * Ezr 9:2 Isa 52:1 Mal 2:15,16 Ac 10:23 Ro 11:16 VERSE 15 - A brother. * Mt 12:50 Jas 15 2:15 - but. * 1Co 14:33 Ro 12:18; 14:19 2Co 13:11 Ga 5:22 Heb 12:14 Jas 17 3:17,18 - to peace. Gr. in peace. VERSE 16 - O wife. * 1Co 9:22 Pr 11:30 Lu 15:10 1Ti 4:16 Jas 19 5:19,20 1Pe 3:1,2 - how. Gr. what. VERSE 17 - as God. * :7 Mt 19:12 Ro 12:3-8 1Pe 4:10,11 - as the. * :18,20,21,24 - so ordain. * 1Co 4:17; 16:1 2Co 11:28 VERSE 18 - being. * Ac 15:1,5,19,24,28 Ga 5:1-3 Col 3:11 VERSE 19 - Circumcision. * 1Co 8:8 Ro 2:25-29; 3:30 Ga 5:6; 6:15 - but. * 1Sa 15:22 Jer 7:22,23 Mt 5:19 Joh 15:14 1Jo 2:3,4; 3:22-24 * 1Jo 5:2,3 Re 22:14 VERSE 20 - abide. * :17,21-23 Pr 27:8 Lu 3:10-14 1Th 4:11 2Th 3:12 VERSE 21 - being. * 1Co 12:13 Ga 3:28 Col 3:11 1Ti 6:1-3 1Pe 2:18-24 - a servant. Rather, a slave, [doulos <1401>,] the property of another, and bought with his money. In these verses the apostle shows that Christianity makes no change in our civil connections. - care. * Lu 10:40,41; 12:29 *marg: * 1Co 21:34 Php 4:6,11 Heb 13:5 1Pe 5:7 VERSE 22 - is the. * Lu 1:74,75 Joh 8:32-36 Ro 6:18-22 Ga 5:1,13 Eph 6:5,6 * Col 3:22-24 Phm 16 1:16 1Pe 2:16 - freeman. Gr. made free. is Christ's. * 1Co 9:19 Ps 116:16 Ro 1:1 Ga 1:10 Col 4:12 1Pe 2:16 2Pe 1:1 Jude 1:1 VERSE 23 - are. * 1Co 6:20 Le 25:42 Ac 20:28 Tit 2:14 1Pe 1:18,19; 3:18 Re 5:9 - be. * Mt 23:8-11 Ga 2:4 VERSE 24 - let. * :17,20 - abide. * 1Co 10:31 Ge 5:22-24; 17:1 1Sa 14:45 Col 3:23,24 VERSE 25 - concerning. * :28,34,36-38 Ps 78:63 - virgins. The word [parthenos <3933>,] as well as the Latin virgo, 'a virgin,' though it generally signifies a maid, frequently denotes unmarried persons of both sexes; in which sense it is evidently used here by the apostle. - have. * :6,10,12,40 2Co 8:8-10; 11:17 - obtained. * 1Co 4:2; 15:10 2Co 2:17; 4:1,2 1Ti 1:12-16 VERSE 26 - that. * :1,8,28,35-38 Jer 16:2-4 Mt 24:19 Lu 21:23; 23:28,29 1Pe 4:17 - distress. or, necessity. VERSE 27 - thou bound. * :12-14,20 VERSE 28 - thou hast. * :36 Heb 13:4 - Nevertheless. * :26,32-34 - but. * :35 2Co 1:23 VERSE 29 - the time. * Job 14:1,2 Ps 39:4-7; 90:5-10; 103:15,16 Ec 6:12; 9:10 * Ro 13:11,12 Heb 13:13,14 1Pe 4:7 2Pe 3:8,9 1Jo 2:17 - that both. * Ec 12:7,8,13,14 Isa 24:1,2; 40:6-8 Jas 13 4:13-16 1Pe 1:24 VERSE 30 - that weep. * Ps 30:5; 126:5,6 Ec 3:4 Isa 25:8; 30:19 Lu 6:21,25; 16:25 * Joh 16:22 Re 7:17; 18:7 VERSE 31 - use. * 1Co 9:18 Ec 2:24,25; 3:12,13; 5:18-20; 9:7-10; 11:2,9,10 * Mt 24:48-50; 25:14-29 Lu 12:15-21; 16:1,2; 19:17-26; 21:34 * 1Ti 6:17,18 Jas 5:1-5 - for. * Ps 39:6; 73:20 Ec 1:4 Jas 1:10,11; 4:14 1Pe 1:24; 4:7 1Jo 2:17 - the fashion. [To <3588> schema <4976>,] the form or appearance. Grotius remarks that the apostle's expression is borrowed from the theatre, where [to <3588> schema <4976> tes skenes <4633> paragei] means that the scene changes, and presents an appearance entirely new. VERSE 32 - I would. * Ps 55:22 Mt 6:25-34; 13:22 Php 4:6 - He that. * 1Ti 5:5 - that belong to the Lord. Gr. of the Lord, as. * :34 VERSE 33 - careth. * Ne 5:1-5 Lu 12:22 1Th 4:11,12 1Ti 5:8 - how. * :3 1Sa 1:4-8 Eph 5:25-33 Col 3:19 1Pe 3:7 VERSE 34 - careth. * Lu 2:36,37 2Co 7:11,12; 8:16; 11:28 1Ti 3:5 Tit 3:8 - both. * 1Co 6:20 Ro 6:13; 12:1,2 Php 1:20 1Th 5:23 - she that. * Lu 10:40-42 VERSE 35 - not. This is an allusion to the Retiarius among the Romans, who carried a small casting net, rete, which he endeavored to throw over his adversary's head. * :2,5-9,28,36 Mt 19:12 - comely. * :36 Eph 5:3 Php 4:8 1Ti 1:10 Tit 2:3 - and that. * :33,34 Lu 8:14; 10:40-42; 21:34 VERSE 36 - his virgin. Some interpret this of a man's continuing in a state of celibacy, and render [parthenos <3933>,] not a virgin, but virginity; but such a construction of the original appears without example. It appears most obvious to explain it of a parent, or guardian, who had the charge of a virgin; and Kypke has shown that [ten parthenon autou <847>] is an elegant phrase for his virgin daughter. - the flower. * 1Sa 2:33 - and need. * :9,37 - he sinneth. * :28 VERSE 37 VERSE 38 - then. * :28 - doeth well. * :2 Heb 13:4 - doeth better. * :1,8,26,32-34,37 VERSE 39 - wife. * :10,15 Ro 7:2,3 - only. * Ge 6:2 De 7:3,4 Mal 2:11 2Co 6:14-16 VERSE 40 - she. * :1,8,26,35 - I think. Rather, 'I judge (or consider) also that I have the Spirit of God;' for [dokein] is frequently used to express not what is doubtful, but what is true and certain. * :25; 9:1-3; 14:36,37 2Co 10:8-10; 12:11 1Th 4:8 2Pe 3:15,16 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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