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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 1 Corinthians 1:29


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    King James Bible - 1 Corinthians 1:29

    That no flesh should glory in his presence.

    World English Bible

    that no flesh should boast before God.

    Douay-Rheims - 1 Corinthians 1:29

    That no flesh should glory in his sight.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    That no flesh should glory in his presence.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (29) -
    :31; 4:7; 5:6 Ps 49:6 Isa 10:15 Jer 9:23 Ro 3:19,27; 4:2; 15:17

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:29

    para que ninguna carne se jacte en su presencia.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Corinthians 1:29

    Verse 29. That no
    flesh should glory] God does his mighty works in such a way as proves that though he may condescend to employ men as instruments, yet they have no part either in the contrivance or energy by which such works are performed.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 29. That no
    flesh should glory in his presence .] That is, in the presence of God, as some copies, and the Arabic and Ethiopic versions read; not in their blood, birth, families, lineage, and natural descent; nor in their might, power, and dominion; nor in their riches, wealth, and substance; nor in their wisdom, learning, and parts: for however these may be gloried in before men, yet not before God. These are of no account with him, nor will they be regarded by him, or men on account of them; and he has taken a method in choosing and calling the reverse of these, to stain the glory of all flesh, that no man may attribute his salvation to any thing of the creature, but wholly to the sovereign grace and good pleasure of God.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 26-31 -
    God did not choose philosophers, nor orators, nor statesmen, nor men of wealth, and power, and interest in the world, to publish the gospel of grace and peace. He best judges what men and what measures serve the purposes of his glory. Though not many noble are usually called by Divine grace, there have been some such in every age, who have not bee ashamed of the gospel of Christ; and persons of every rank stand i need of pardoning grace. Often, a humble Christian, though poor as to this world, has more true knowledge of the gospel, than those who have made the letter of Scripture the study of their lives, but who have studied it rather as the witness of men, than as the word of God. An even young children have gained such knowledge of Divine truth as to silence infidels. The reason is, they are taught of God; the design is that no flesh should glory in his presence. That distinction, in whic alone they might glory, was not of themselves. It was by the sovereig choice and regenerating grace of God, that they were in Jesus Christ by faith. He is made of God to us wisdom, righteousness, sanctification and redemption; all we need, or can desire. And he is made wisdom to us, that by his word and Spirit, and from his fulness and treasures of wisdom and knowledge, we may receive all that will make us wise unt salvation, and fit for every service to which we are called. We ar guilty, liable to just punishment; and he is made righteousness, ou great atonement and sacrifice. We are depraved and corrupt, and he is made sanctification, that he may in the end be made complet redemption; may free the soul from the being of sin, and loose the bod from the bonds of the grave. And this is, that all flesh, according to the prophecy by Jeremiah, Jer 9:23-24, may glory in the special favour all-sufficient grace, and precious salvation of Jehovah __________________________________________________________________


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    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    1:29 {That no
    flesh should glory before God} (hopws me kaucesetai pasa sarx enwpion tou qeou). this is the further purpose expressed by hopws for variety and appeals to God's ultimate choice in all three instances. The first aorist middle of the old verb kaucaomai, to boast, brings out sharply that not a single boast is to be made. The papyri give numerous examples of enwpion as a preposition in the vernacular, from adjective en-wpios, in the eye of God. One should turn to #2Co 4:7 for Paul's further statement about our having this treasure in earthen vessels that the excellency of the power may be of God and not of us.


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