1 ! Paul procedeth to declare the vtilitie that cometh by the crosse.
4 / Or, wherein.
6 b Not onely quiet in minde, but also ready to susteine all dangers: being assured fo the good successe thereof.
6 / Or, strangers in the bodie.
9 d In this bodie.
9 e Out of this bodie, to heauen.
11 g His feareful judgement.
11 h He proueth the dignitie of his ministerie by the frute and effect thereof, which is to bring men to Christ.
13 m Our folie serueth to Gods glorie.
14 n Therefore whosoeuer giueth place to ambition or vaine glorie, is yet dead, and liueth not in Christ.
14 ! He setteth forthe the grace of Christ.
16 q We do not esteme, nor commende Christ him self now, as he was an excellent man: but as he was the Sonne of God, partakers of his glorie, and in whome God dwelled corporally: and do you thinke, that I wil flatter my self or anie man in seting forthe his giftes? Yea, when I praise my ministerie, I commende the power of God: when I commende our worthie factes, I praise the mightie power of God, set forthe by vs wormes and wretches.
21 u By imputation, when we shalbe clad with Christs justice.