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  • PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Ezekiel 36:27


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    LXX- Greek Septuagint - Ezekiel 36:27

    και 2532 το 3588 πνευμα 4151 μου 3450 δωσω 1325 5692 εν 1722 1520 υμιν 5213 και 2532 ποιησω 4160 5661 5692 ινα 2443 εν 1722 1520 τοις 3588 δικαιωμασιν 1345 μου 3450 πορευησθε και 2532 τα 3588 κριματα 2917 μου 3450 φυλαξησθε και 2532 ποιησητε 4160 5661

    Douay Rheims Bible

    And I will put my spirit in the midst of you: and I will cause you to walk in my commandments, and to keep my judgments, and do them.

    King James Bible - Ezekiel 36:27

    And I will put my spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes, and ye shall keep my judgments, and do them.

    World English Bible

    I will put my Spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes, and you shall keep my ordinances, and do them.

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    Npnf-105 xix.iv.xxx Pg 4, Npnf-105 xviii.iii.xxxviii Pg 4, Npnf-105 xix.iv.xxxii Pg 13, Npnf-105 xxi.ii.xxii Pg 7, Npnf-105 xxi.ii.xlii Pg 10, Npnf-207 ii.xx Pg 157

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    Ezekiel 36:27

    Early Christian Commentary - (A.D. 100 - A.D. 325)

    Npnf-201 iii.xvi.iv Pg 136


    Anf-01 ii.ii.lvii Pg 4
    Prov. i. 23–31. [Often cited by this name in primitive writers.]

    “Behold, I will bring forth to you the words of My Spirit, and I will teach you My speech. Since I called, and ye did not hear; I held forth My words, and ye regarded not, but set at naught My counsels, and yielded not at My reproofs; therefore I too will laugh at your destruction; yea, I will rejoice when ruin cometh upon you, and when sudden confusion overtakes you, when overturning presents itself like a tempest, or when tribulation and oppression fall upon you. For it shall come to pass, that when ye call upon Me, I will not hear you; the wicked shall seek Me, and they shall not find Me. For they hated wisdom, and did not choose the fear of the Lord; nor would they listen to My counsels, but despised My reproofs. Wherefore they shall eat the fruits of their own way, and they shall be filled with their own ungodliness.” …258

    258 Junius (Pat. Young), who examined the ms. before it was bound into its present form, stated that a whole leaf was here lost. The next letters that occur are ιπον, which have been supposed to indicate εἶπον or ἔλιπον. Doubtless some passages quoted by the ancients from the Epistle of Clement, and not now found in it, occurred in the portion which has thus been lost.


    Anf-02 ii.iv.viii Pg 11.1


    Anf-01 ii.ii.lvii Pg 4
    Prov. i. 23–31. [Often cited by this name in primitive writers.]

    “Behold, I will bring forth to you the words of My Spirit, and I will teach you My speech. Since I called, and ye did not hear; I held forth My words, and ye regarded not, but set at naught My counsels, and yielded not at My reproofs; therefore I too will laugh at your destruction; yea, I will rejoice when ruin cometh upon you, and when sudden confusion overtakes you, when overturning presents itself like a tempest, or when tribulation and oppression fall upon you. For it shall come to pass, that when ye call upon Me, I will not hear you; the wicked shall seek Me, and they shall not find Me. For they hated wisdom, and did not choose the fear of the Lord; nor would they listen to My counsels, but despised My reproofs. Wherefore they shall eat the fruits of their own way, and they shall be filled with their own ungodliness.” …258

    258 Junius (Pat. Young), who examined the ms. before it was bound into its present form, stated that a whole leaf was here lost. The next letters that occur are ιπον, which have been supposed to indicate εἶπον or ἔλιπον. Doubtless some passages quoted by the ancients from the Epistle of Clement, and not now found in it, occurred in the portion which has thus been lost.


    Anf-02 ii.iv.viii Pg 5.2


    Anf-02 ii.iv.viii Pg 11.1


    Anf-01 ix.iv.xiii Pg 5
    Joel ii. 28.

    The God, therefore, who did promise by the prophet, that He would send His Spirit upon the whole human race, was He who did send; and God Himself is announced by Peter as having fulfilled His own promise.


    Anf-01 viii.iv.lxxxvii Pg 7
    Joel ii. 28 f.


    proof, that they might know who is Christ. For when John remained2298

    2298 Literally, “sat.”

    by the Jordan, and preached the baptism of repentance, wearing only a leathern girdle and a vesture made of camelshair, eating nothing but locusts and wild honey, men supposed him to be Christ; but he cried to them, ‘I am not the Christ, but the voice of one crying; for He that is stronger than I shall come, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear.’2299

    2299


    Anf-02 vi.iv.v.xiii Pg 16.1


    Anf-03 v.iv.vi.viii Pg 27
    Joel ii. 28, 29, applied by St. Peter, Acts ii. 17, 18.

    Since, then, the Creator promised the gift of His Spirit in the latter days; and since Christ has in these last days appeared as the dispenser of spiritual gifts (as the apostle says, “When the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son;”5554

    5554


    Anf-03 v.iv.vi.xi Pg 17
    Joel ii. 28.

    Even if “the letter killeth, yet the Spirit giveth life;”5694

    5694


    Anf-03 v.iv.vi.xvii Pg 12
    Joel ii. 28.

    that is, on all nations. Therefore the Spirit and the Gospel will be found in the Christ, who was foretrusted, because foretold. Again, “the Father of glory5958

    5958


    Anf-03 vi.vi.ii Pg 6
    Joel ii. 28, 29. [The quotation here is a note of Montanistic prepossessions in the writer.]

    And thus we—who both acknowledge and reverence, even as we do the prophecies, modern visions as equally promised to us, and consider the other powers of the Holy Spirit as an agency of the Church for which also He was sent, administering all gifts in all, even as the Lord distributed to every one8976

    8976 [Routh notes this as undoubted evidence of a Montanistic authorReliquiæ, Vol. I. p. 455.]

    as well needfully collect them in writing, as commemorate them in reading to God’s glory; that so no weakness or despondency of faith may suppose that the divine grace abode only among the ancients, whether in respect of the condescension that raised up martyrs, or that gave revelations; since God always carries into effect what He has promised, for a testimony to unbelievers, to believers for a benefit.  And we therefore, what we have heard and handled, declare also to you, brethren and little children, that as well you who were concerned in these matters may be reminded of them again to the glory of the Lord, as that you who know them by report may have communion with the blessed martyrs, and through them with the Lord Jesus Christ, to whom be glory and honour, for ever and ever.8977

    8977 [St. Augustine takes pains to remind us that these Acta are not canonical. De Anima, cap. 2, opp. Tom. x. p. 481.]

    Amen.


    Anf-03 v.viii.lxiii Pg 9
    Joel ii. 28, 29; Acts ii. 17, 18. [See last sentence. He improves upon St. Peter’s interpretation of this text (as see below) by attributing his own clear views to the charismata, which he regards as still vouchsafed to the more spiritual.]

    has checked these impostures of unbelief and perverseness, reanimated men’s faltering faith in the resurrection of the flesh, and cleared from all obscurity and equivocation the ancient Scriptures (of both God’s Testaments7762

    7762 We follow Oehler’s view here, by all means.

    ) by the clear light of their (sacred) words and meanings. Now, since it was “needful that there should be heresies, in order that they which are approved might be made manifest;”7763

    7763


    Anf-03 v.iv.vi.viii Pg 27
    Joel ii. 28, 29, applied by St. Peter, Acts ii. 17, 18.

    Since, then, the Creator promised the gift of His Spirit in the latter days; and since Christ has in these last days appeared as the dispenser of spiritual gifts (as the apostle says, “When the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son;”5554

    5554


    Anf-03 v.viii.lxiii Pg 9
    Joel ii. 28, 29; Acts ii. 17, 18. [See last sentence. He improves upon St. Peter’s interpretation of this text (as see below) by attributing his own clear views to the charismata, which he regards as still vouchsafed to the more spiritual.]

    has checked these impostures of unbelief and perverseness, reanimated men’s faltering faith in the resurrection of the flesh, and cleared from all obscurity and equivocation the ancient Scriptures (of both God’s Testaments7762

    7762 We follow Oehler’s view here, by all means.

    ) by the clear light of their (sacred) words and meanings. Now, since it was “needful that there should be heresies, in order that they which are approved might be made manifest;”7763

    7763


    Anf-03 vi.vi.ii Pg 6
    Joel ii. 28, 29. [The quotation here is a note of Montanistic prepossessions in the writer.]

    And thus we—who both acknowledge and reverence, even as we do the prophecies, modern visions as equally promised to us, and consider the other powers of the Holy Spirit as an agency of the Church for which also He was sent, administering all gifts in all, even as the Lord distributed to every one8976

    8976 [Routh notes this as undoubted evidence of a Montanistic authorReliquiæ, Vol. I. p. 455.]

    as well needfully collect them in writing, as commemorate them in reading to God’s glory; that so no weakness or despondency of faith may suppose that the divine grace abode only among the ancients, whether in respect of the condescension that raised up martyrs, or that gave revelations; since God always carries into effect what He has promised, for a testimony to unbelievers, to believers for a benefit.  And we therefore, what we have heard and handled, declare also to you, brethren and little children, that as well you who were concerned in these matters may be reminded of them again to the glory of the Lord, as that you who know them by report may have communion with the blessed martyrs, and through them with the Lord Jesus Christ, to whom be glory and honour, for ever and ever.8977

    8977 [St. Augustine takes pains to remind us that these Acta are not canonical. De Anima, cap. 2, opp. Tom. x. p. 481.]

    Amen.


    Npnf-201 iii.xvi.iv Pg 136


    Anf-01 ii.ii.lvii Pg 4
    Prov. i. 23–31. [Often cited by this name in primitive writers.]

    “Behold, I will bring forth to you the words of My Spirit, and I will teach you My speech. Since I called, and ye did not hear; I held forth My words, and ye regarded not, but set at naught My counsels, and yielded not at My reproofs; therefore I too will laugh at your destruction; yea, I will rejoice when ruin cometh upon you, and when sudden confusion overtakes you, when overturning presents itself like a tempest, or when tribulation and oppression fall upon you. For it shall come to pass, that when ye call upon Me, I will not hear you; the wicked shall seek Me, and they shall not find Me. For they hated wisdom, and did not choose the fear of the Lord; nor would they listen to My counsels, but despised My reproofs. Wherefore they shall eat the fruits of their own way, and they shall be filled with their own ungodliness.” …258

    258 Junius (Pat. Young), who examined the ms. before it was bound into its present form, stated that a whole leaf was here lost. The next letters that occur are ιπον, which have been supposed to indicate εἶπον or ἔλιπον. Doubtless some passages quoted by the ancients from the Epistle of Clement, and not now found in it, occurred in the portion which has thus been lost.


    Anf-02 ii.iv.viii Pg 5.2


    Anf-01 ii.ii.lvii Pg 4
    Prov. i. 23–31. [Often cited by this name in primitive writers.]

    “Behold, I will bring forth to you the words of My Spirit, and I will teach you My speech. Since I called, and ye did not hear; I held forth My words, and ye regarded not, but set at naught My counsels, and yielded not at My reproofs; therefore I too will laugh at your destruction; yea, I will rejoice when ruin cometh upon you, and when sudden confusion overtakes you, when overturning presents itself like a tempest, or when tribulation and oppression fall upon you. For it shall come to pass, that when ye call upon Me, I will not hear you; the wicked shall seek Me, and they shall not find Me. For they hated wisdom, and did not choose the fear of the Lord; nor would they listen to My counsels, but despised My reproofs. Wherefore they shall eat the fruits of their own way, and they shall be filled with their own ungodliness.” …258

    258 Junius (Pat. Young), who examined the ms. before it was bound into its present form, stated that a whole leaf was here lost. The next letters that occur are ιπον, which have been supposed to indicate εἶπον or ἔλιπον. Doubtless some passages quoted by the ancients from the Epistle of Clement, and not now found in it, occurred in the portion which has thus been lost.


    Anf-02 ii.iv.viii Pg 11.1


    Anf-01 ii.ii.lvii Pg 4
    Prov. i. 23–31. [Often cited by this name in primitive writers.]

    “Behold, I will bring forth to you the words of My Spirit, and I will teach you My speech. Since I called, and ye did not hear; I held forth My words, and ye regarded not, but set at naught My counsels, and yielded not at My reproofs; therefore I too will laugh at your destruction; yea, I will rejoice when ruin cometh upon you, and when sudden confusion overtakes you, when overturning presents itself like a tempest, or when tribulation and oppression fall upon you. For it shall come to pass, that when ye call upon Me, I will not hear you; the wicked shall seek Me, and they shall not find Me. For they hated wisdom, and did not choose the fear of the Lord; nor would they listen to My counsels, but despised My reproofs. Wherefore they shall eat the fruits of their own way, and they shall be filled with their own ungodliness.” …258

    258 Junius (Pat. Young), who examined the ms. before it was bound into its present form, stated that a whole leaf was here lost. The next letters that occur are ιπον, which have been supposed to indicate εἶπον or ἔλιπον. Doubtless some passages quoted by the ancients from the Epistle of Clement, and not now found in it, occurred in the portion which has thus been lost.


    Anf-02 ii.iv.viii Pg 5.2


    Anf-02 ii.iv.viii Pg 11.1


    Anf-01 ix.iv.xiii Pg 5
    Joel ii. 28.

    The God, therefore, who did promise by the prophet, that He would send His Spirit upon the whole human race, was He who did send; and God Himself is announced by Peter as having fulfilled His own promise.


    Anf-01 viii.iv.lxxxvii Pg 7
    Joel ii. 28 f.


    proof, that they might know who is Christ. For when John remained2298

    2298 Literally, “sat.”

    by the Jordan, and preached the baptism of repentance, wearing only a leathern girdle and a vesture made of camelshair, eating nothing but locusts and wild honey, men supposed him to be Christ; but he cried to them, ‘I am not the Christ, but the voice of one crying; for He that is stronger than I shall come, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear.’2299

    2299


    Anf-02 vi.iv.v.xiii Pg 16.1


    Anf-03 v.iv.vi.viii Pg 27
    Joel ii. 28, 29, applied by St. Peter, Acts ii. 17, 18.

    Since, then, the Creator promised the gift of His Spirit in the latter days; and since Christ has in these last days appeared as the dispenser of spiritual gifts (as the apostle says, “When the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son;”5554

    5554


    Anf-03 v.iv.vi.xi Pg 17
    Joel ii. 28.

    Even if “the letter killeth, yet the Spirit giveth life;”5694

    5694


    Anf-03 v.iv.vi.xvii Pg 12
    Joel ii. 28.

    that is, on all nations. Therefore the Spirit and the Gospel will be found in the Christ, who was foretrusted, because foretold. Again, “the Father of glory5958

    5958


    Anf-03 vi.vi.ii Pg 6
    Joel ii. 28, 29. [The quotation here is a note of Montanistic prepossessions in the writer.]

    And thus we—who both acknowledge and reverence, even as we do the prophecies, modern visions as equally promised to us, and consider the other powers of the Holy Spirit as an agency of the Church for which also He was sent, administering all gifts in all, even as the Lord distributed to every one8976

    8976 [Routh notes this as undoubted evidence of a Montanistic authorReliquiæ, Vol. I. p. 455.]

    as well needfully collect them in writing, as commemorate them in reading to God’s glory; that so no weakness or despondency of faith may suppose that the divine grace abode only among the ancients, whether in respect of the condescension that raised up martyrs, or that gave revelations; since God always carries into effect what He has promised, for a testimony to unbelievers, to believers for a benefit.  And we therefore, what we have heard and handled, declare also to you, brethren and little children, that as well you who were concerned in these matters may be reminded of them again to the glory of the Lord, as that you who know them by report may have communion with the blessed martyrs, and through them with the Lord Jesus Christ, to whom be glory and honour, for ever and ever.8977

    8977 [St. Augustine takes pains to remind us that these Acta are not canonical. De Anima, cap. 2, opp. Tom. x. p. 481.]

    Amen.


    Anf-03 v.viii.lxiii Pg 9
    Joel ii. 28, 29; Acts ii. 17, 18. [See last sentence. He improves upon St. Peter’s interpretation of this text (as see below) by attributing his own clear views to the charismata, which he regards as still vouchsafed to the more spiritual.]

    has checked these impostures of unbelief and perverseness, reanimated men’s faltering faith in the resurrection of the flesh, and cleared from all obscurity and equivocation the ancient Scriptures (of both God’s Testaments7762

    7762 We follow Oehler’s view here, by all means.

    ) by the clear light of their (sacred) words and meanings. Now, since it was “needful that there should be heresies, in order that they which are approved might be made manifest;”7763

    7763


    Anf-03 v.iv.vi.viii Pg 27
    Joel ii. 28, 29, applied by St. Peter, Acts ii. 17, 18.

    Since, then, the Creator promised the gift of His Spirit in the latter days; and since Christ has in these last days appeared as the dispenser of spiritual gifts (as the apostle says, “When the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son;”5554

    5554


    Anf-03 v.viii.lxiii Pg 9
    Joel ii. 28, 29; Acts ii. 17, 18. [See last sentence. He improves upon St. Peter’s interpretation of this text (as see below) by attributing his own clear views to the charismata, which he regards as still vouchsafed to the more spiritual.]

    has checked these impostures of unbelief and perverseness, reanimated men’s faltering faith in the resurrection of the flesh, and cleared from all obscurity and equivocation the ancient Scriptures (of both God’s Testaments7762

    7762 We follow Oehler’s view here, by all means.

    ) by the clear light of their (sacred) words and meanings. Now, since it was “needful that there should be heresies, in order that they which are approved might be made manifest;”7763

    7763


    Anf-03 vi.vi.ii Pg 6
    Joel ii. 28, 29. [The quotation here is a note of Montanistic prepossessions in the writer.]

    And thus we—who both acknowledge and reverence, even as we do the prophecies, modern visions as equally promised to us, and consider the other powers of the Holy Spirit as an agency of the Church for which also He was sent, administering all gifts in all, even as the Lord distributed to every one8976

    8976 [Routh notes this as undoubted evidence of a Montanistic authorReliquiæ, Vol. I. p. 455.]

    as well needfully collect them in writing, as commemorate them in reading to God’s glory; that so no weakness or despondency of faith may suppose that the divine grace abode only among the ancients, whether in respect of the condescension that raised up martyrs, or that gave revelations; since God always carries into effect what He has promised, for a testimony to unbelievers, to believers for a benefit.  And we therefore, what we have heard and handled, declare also to you, brethren and little children, that as well you who were concerned in these matters may be reminded of them again to the glory of the Lord, as that you who know them by report may have communion with the blessed martyrs, and through them with the Lord Jesus Christ, to whom be glory and honour, for ever and ever.8977

    8977 [St. Augustine takes pains to remind us that these Acta are not canonical. De Anima, cap. 2, opp. Tom. x. p. 481.]

    Amen.

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