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  • PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Ecclesiasticus - Sirach 12:1


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    LXX- Greek Septuagint - 71 12:1

    εαν 1437 ευ 2095 ποιης 4160 5725 γνωθι 1097 5628 τινι 5100 ποιεις 4160 5719 και 2532 εσται 2071 5704 χαρις 5485 τοις 3588 αγαθοις 18 σου 4675

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    IF thou do good, know to whom thou dost it, and there shall be much thanks for thy good deeds.

    King James Bible - 71 12:1

    When thou wilt do good know to whom thou doest it; so shalt thou be thanked for thy benefits.

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    Sirach 12:1

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

    Anf-02 vi.iv.i.xii Pg 3.1


    Anf-03 v.iii.xli Pg 4
    See Matt. vii. 6.

    Simplicity they will have to consist in the overthrow of discipline, attention to which on our part they call brothelry.2280

    2280 Lenocinium. “Pandering” is Archdeacon Dodgson’s word.

    Peace also they huddle up2281

    2281 Miscent.

    anyhow with all comers; for it matters not to them, however different be their treatment of subjects, provided only they can conspire together to storm the citadel of the one only Truth. All are puffed up, all offer you knowledge.  Their catechumens are perfect before they are full-taught.2282

    2282 Edocti.

    The very women of these heretics, how wanton they are! For they are bold enough to teach, to dispute, to enact exorcisms, to undertake2283

    2283 Repromittere.

    cures—it may be even to baptize.2284

    2284 Compare Tertullian’s tract, de Bapt. I. and de Veland. Virg. viii. [Also, Epiphan. iv. p. 453, Ed. Oehler.]

    Their ordinations, are carelessly administered,2285

    2285 Temerariæ.

    capricious, changeable.2286

    2286 They were constantly changing their ministers. It was a saying of the heretics, “Alius hodie episcopus, cras alius” (Rigalt.).

    At one time they put novices in office; at another time, men who are bound to some secular employment;2287

    2287 Sæculo obstrictos.

    at another, persons who have apostatized from us, to bind them by vainglory, since they cannot by the truth. Nowhere is promotion easier than in the camp of rebels, where the mere fact of being there is a foremost service.2288

    2288 Promereri est.

    And so it comes to pass that to-day one man is their bishop, to-morrow another; to-day he is a deacon who to-morrow is a reader; to-day he is a presbyter who tomorrow is a layman. For even on laymen do they impose the functions of priesthood.


    Anf-03 v.iii.xxvi Pg 5
    Matt. vii. 6.

    Openly did the Lord speak,2129

    2129


    Anf-03 vi.iii.xviii Pg 4
    Matt. vii. 6.

    and, “Lay not hands easily on any; share not other men’s sins.”8724

    8724


    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 12

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    Sir 12:1; Matt 7:6; .


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