Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Wherefore if ye be dead with Christ from the rudiments of the world, why, as though living in the world, are ye subject to ordinances,
For ye have died, and, your life, is hid, together with the Christ, in God, -
Far be it! we who have died unto sin, how, any longer, shall we live therein?
So, then, my brethren, ye also, were made dead unto the law through the body of the Christ, to the end ye might become another's - his who from among the dead was raised, in order that we might bring forth fruit unto God.
For, I, through means of law, unto law, died, that, unto God, I might live: -
With me, however, far be it! to be boasting, save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, - whereby, unto me, a world hath been crucified, and, I, unto a world;
1 Peter 4:1
Christ, then, having suffered in flesh, do, ye also, with the same purpose, arm yourselves, - because, he that hath suffered in flesh, hath done with sins, -
Be taking heed, lest there shall be anyone leading, you, off as a spoil, through means of their philosophy, and an empty deceit, - according to the instruction of men, according to the first principles of the world, - and not according to Christ:
The enmity, in his flesh - the law of commandments in decrees - bringing to nought, - that, the two, he might create in himself, into one man of new mould, making peace.
If, of the world, ye had been, the world, of its own, had been fond; but, because, of the world, ye are not, on the contrary, I, chose you out of the world, therefore, the world, doth hate you.
I, have given them thy word, and, the world, hated them, because they are not of the world - even as, I, am not of the world.
2 Corinthians 10:3
For, though, in flesh, we walk, not, according to flesh, do we war, -
Adulteresses! Know ye not that, the friendship of the world, is, enmity to God? Whosoever, therefore, is minded to be, a friend, of the world, an enemy of God, doth constitute himself.
1 John 5:19
We know that, of God, are we; and, the whole world, in the wicked one, is lying.
Having blotted out the handwriting against us by the decrees, which was hostile to us, - and hath taken away, the same, out of the midst, nailing it up to the cross:
So also, we, when we were infants, under the elementary principles of the world, were held in servitude;
With teachings, manifold and strange, be not carried aside; for it is, noble, that, with gratitude, should, the heart, be getting confirmed, - not with matters of food, in which, they who are walking, have not been profited.