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Author: Trapp, John, 1601-1669.
Title: A commentary or exposition upon all the Epistles, and the Revelation of John the Divine wherein the text is explained, some controversies are discussed, divers common-places are handled, and many remarkable matters hinted, that had by former interpreters been pretermitted : besides, divers other texts of Scripture, which occasionally occur, are fully opened, and the whole so intermixed with pertinent histories, as will yeeld both pleasure and profit to the judicious reader : with a decad of common-places upon these ten heads : abstinence, admonition, alms, ambition, angels, anger, apostasie, arrogancie, arts, atheisme / by John Trapp ...
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A commentary or exposition upon all the Epistles, and the Revelation of John the Divine wherein the text is explained, some controversies are discussed, divers common-places are handled, and many remarkable matters hinted, that had by former interpreters been pretermitted : besides, divers other texts of Scripture, which occasionally occur, are fully opened, and the whole so intermixed with pertinent histories, as will yeeld both pleasure and profit to the judicious reader : with a decad of common-places upon these ten heads : abstinence, admonition, alms, ambition, angels, anger, apostasie, arrogancie, arts, atheisme / by John Trapp ...
Trapp, John, 1601-1669., Trapp, John, 1601-1669.

London: Printed by A.M. for John Bellamy ..., 1647.
Notes:
Errata: prelim. p. [8].
Added t.p. on p. [599]: Mellificium theologicum, or, The marrovv of many good authours ... .
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- Epistles -- Commentaries.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A63065.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE REVEREND And his much honoured Father, Mr JOHN LEY, Pastour and Preacher of Gods Word at great Budworth in Cheshire, and one of the venerable ASSEMBLY.
Ad Libellum chartaceum, venerando Autori, ante manum huic Annotationum parti admotam, dono missum, Affatio, Quae vice Praefationis, de Autore Operéque, esse possit.
A Table of such Texts of the old Testament, as are here occasionally explicated.
Errata.
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the ROMANES.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. A servant of Iesus Christ.
CHAP. II. Verse 1. Therefore thou art inexcusable.
CHAP. III. Verse 1. What advantage]
CHAP. IV. Verse 1. As pertaining to the flesh.]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. Being justified by faith.]
CHAP. VI. Verse 1. Shall we continue]
CHAP. VII. Verse 1. Know ye not Brethren]
CHAP. VIII. Verse 1. There is therefore now]
CHAP. IX. Verse 1. I say the truth, &c.]
CHAP. X. Verse 1. My hearts desire]
CHAP. XI. Verse 1. I say then, Hath God, &c.]
CHAP. XII. Verse 1. That ye present]
CHAP. XIII. Verse 1. Let every soul be subject]
CHAP XIV. Verse 1. Him that is weak, &c.]
CHAP. XV. Verse 1. Ought to bear]
CHAP. XVI. Verse 1. Servant of the Church]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the first Epistle of S. Paul to the CORINTHIANS.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. Sosthenes our brother]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. Not with excellency]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. Could not speak unto you]
CHAP. IIII. Verse 1. Let a man so account]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. As is not so much as named]
CHAP. VI. Verse 1. Goe to law before the unjust]
CHAP. VII. Verse 1. Whereof ye wrote unto me]
CHAP. VIII. Verse 1. Now as touching things]
CHAP. IX. Verse 1. Am I not an Apostle. &c.]
CHAP. X. Verse 1. I would not that ye should]
CHAP. XI. Verse 1. Be ye followers of me]
CHAP. XII. Verse 1. I would not have you ignorant]
CHAP. XIII. Verse 1. Though I speak with the tongues]
CHAP. XIV. Verse 1. Follow after charity]
CHAP. XV. Verse 1. And wherein ye stand]
CHAP. XVI. Verse 1. Collection for the Saints]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the second Epistle of S. Paul to the CORINTHIANS.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. Our brother]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. That I would not come again]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. Doe we begin again, &c.]
CHAP. IIII. Verse 1. As we have received mercy]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. For we know]
CHAP. VI. Verse 1. As workers together]
CHAP. VII. Verse 1. Having therefore, &c.]
CHAP. VIII. Verse 1. Of the grace of God]
CHAP IX. Verse 1. The ministring to the Saints]
CHAP. X. Verse 1. By the meeknesse and gentlenesse]
CHAP. XI. Verse 1. In my folly]
CHAP. XII. Verse 1. It is not expedient for me]
CHAP. XIII. Verse 1. Of two or three witnesses]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the GALATIANS.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. Whoraised him from the dead]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. I went up]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. O foolish Galatians]
CHAP. IIII. Verse 1. Differeth nothing from a servant]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. Be not again entangled]
CHAP. VI. Verse 1. If a man be overtaken]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION
CHAP. I. Verse 1. To the Saints—to the faithfull]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. Who were dead]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. For this cause]
CHAP. IV. Verse 1. Worthy of the vocation]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. Be ye therefore followers]
CHAP. VI. Verse 1. Children obey your Parents]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the PHILIPPIANS.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. With the Bishops and Deacons]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. If there be therefore]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. Rejoyce]
CHAP. IV. Verse 1. Dearly Beloved, and longed for]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the COLOSSIANS.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. Paulan Apostle, &c.]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. For I would that ye knew]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. If ye then be risen with Christ]
CHAP. IV. Verse 1. That which is just and equall]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the first Epistle of S. Paul to the THESSALONIANS.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. Paul and Silvanus]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. Our entrance in unto you]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. No longer forbear]
CHAP. IV. Verse 1. How ye ought to walk]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. But of the times and the seasons]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the second Epistle of S Paul to the THESSALONIANS.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. In God our Father, and the Lord &c.]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. Now we beseech you, brethren]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. Finally, Brethren, &c.]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the first Epistle of S. Paul to TIMOTHY.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. By the commandment of God]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. Supplications]
CHAP. III. Verse. 1. If a man desire]
CHAP. IIII. Verse 1. Speaketh expressely]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. Rebuke not an Elder]
CHAP. VI. Verse 1. Count their own masters]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the second Epistle of S. Paul to TIMOTHY.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. Paul an Apostle, &c]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. Be strong]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. Perillous times]
CHAP. IIII. Verse 1. I charge thee therefore]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to TITUS.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. The faith of Gods elect]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. But speak thou, &c.]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. To be ready to every]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to PHILEMON.
Verse 1. Paul a prisoner, &c.]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the HEBREWS.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. God who at sundry times, &c.]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. We should let them slip]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. Holy brethren]
CHAP. IIII. Verse 1. Let us fear]
CHAP. V. Verse I. Both gifts]
CHAP. VI. Verse 1. Let us go on unto perfection]
CHAP. VII. Verse 1. For this Melchisedech]
CHAP. VIII. Verse 1. Who is set on the right-hand]
CHAP. IX. Verse 1. Then verily the first Covenant]
CHAP. X. Verse 1. A shadow of good things, &c.]
CHAP. XI. Verse 1. Now faith is the substance]
CHAP. XII. Verse 1. With so great a cloud]
CHAP. XIII. Verse 1. Let brotherly love continue]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the Epistle generall of Saint JAMES.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. To the twelve Tribes]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. The Lord of glory]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. Be not many masters]
CHAP. IV. Verse 1. From whence come warres]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. Go to now ye rich men]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the first Epistle generall of S. PETER.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. To the stranger]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. All malice and all guile]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. Be in subjection to your husbands]
CHAP. IV. Verse 1. Christ hath suffered]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. Who am also an Elder]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the second Epistle generall of S. PETER.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. A servant]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. Who privily shall bring in]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. This second Epistle]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the first Epistle generall of S. IOHN.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. That Which Was from the beginning]
CHAP. II. Verse 1. That ye sinne not]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. Behold What manner]
CHAP. IIII. Verse 1. But try the spirits]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. Loveth him also that is begotten]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the second Epistle of S. IOHN.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. The Elder to the elect Lady]
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the third Epistle of S. IOHN.
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION Vpon the Epistle generall of S. JUDE.
A COMMENTARY OR EXPOSITION UPON THE REVELATION of S. John the Divine.
CHAP. I. Verse 1. The Revelation]
CHAP. II. Verse 1 Ʋnto the Angel]
CHAP. III. Verse 1. I know thy work]
CHAP. IV. Verse 1. A door was opened in heaven]
CHAP. V. Verse 1. In the right hand]
CHAP. VI. Verse 1. One of the seals]
CHAP. VII. Verse 1. And after these things]
CHAP. VIII. Verse 1. The seventh seal]
CHAP. IX. Verse 1. A star fall from heaven]
CHAP. X. Verse 1. Come down from heaven]
CHAP. XI. Verse 1. A reed]
CHAP. XII. Verse 1. And there appeared]
CHAP. XIII. Verse 1. And I stood]
CHAP. XIIII. Verse 1. A Lamb]
CHAP. XV. Verse 1. And I saw another signe]
CHAP. XVI. Verse 1. Go your waies]
CHAP. XVII. Verse 1. And there came]
CHAP. XVIII. Verse 1. I saw another Angel]
CHAP. XIX. Verse 1. I heard a great voice]
CHAP. XX. Verse 1. And I saw an Angel]
CHAP. XXI. Verse 1. And I saw a new heaven]
CHAP. XXII. Verse 1. A pure river]
title page
The Authour to the Reader.
To the learned and reverend Authour.
THE MARROW OF Many good Authours, Extracted and distilled into a Decad of divine Discourses.
Abstinence.
Admonition.
Warn the unruly.
Almes.
Ambition.
Angels.
Anger.
Apostasie.
Arrogancy.
Arts.
Atheisme.