Gal. v. 24
Origen, cited by Tischendorf, observes, "Where the Latin interpreter hast put vitia, in the Greek there is read passiones." A.V. has "affections;" Marg., "or, passions."
St. Matt.xvi.24.
Qu. Ps. lxxv. 3 (lxxvi. 2 A.V.)?
Gal, iv. 27.
Isa. lvi. 5.
St. Luke xii. 35.
I st. Pet. ii. 21.
Gr., ed. Treg., Tisch., "you, you;" Vulg., "us, you;" A.V., "us, us."
St. Aug., De Virginitate, ch. xxvii.
Rom. xii. 1.
2 Cor. xi. 2.

1 Cor. vi. 11.

Ezek. xxxiii. 12.
St. Matt. xxiv. 14.
Ps. lxxii. (lxxiii. A.V.) 18; Sept., Vulg. as Bed.; A.V., "Thou castedst them down into destruction;"Ges. Lex., s.v. See ch. xvi. 10.
"The word Sorek in Hebrow signifies a peculiarly choice kind of wine, which is said to have derived its name from the dusky colur of its grapes, that perhaps being the meaning of the root. It occurs in three passages of Old Testament, Isa. v. 2; Jer. ii. 21; and with a modification in Gen. xlix. 11." Smith's Bible Dict., s.v.
Eph. v. 18.
St. Matt. xx. 2.
Jer. xxv. 27.
St. Aug. De Civ., l. xx. c. 9. Beda has "avis." But in St. Augustine it is, "ejus," 'of him.' In MS., "avis" and "eius" are not very unlike.
St. Luke x. 20.
Ch. iii. 5.
Ps. cxxvi. (cxxvii. A.V.) 2,3. Beda appears alone of the early expositors to connect the second and third verses, as here.
Prov. xx. 4.
Ch. i. 7.
Ch. xii. 1.
Compare St. Gregory, Morals on the Book of Job, bk. xxxiii. c. 11: - "And because the power of the heavenly judgement cannot be in any way avoided (for we are in truth within it, wherever we may endeavour to escape), when the Judge Who is to come is represented, He is rightly said to hold a sickle." Oxf. Tr., vol. iii. p. 576.
St. Matt. xiii. 39.
Heb. i. 14.
St. Matt. xxiv. 12.
St. Matt. xiii. 24.
Isa. v. 1. Compare St. Matt. xxi. 33.
Comm. in Daniel., ch. vii. v. 10
Ps. ciii. (civ. A.V.) 4.
St. Greg. Homil. in Evang., bk. ii. hom. xxxv. sec. 2.
1 Cor. iii. 12.
Ps. xl. 2 (xli. 1 A.V.)
Ezek. xxxv. 6; Vulg., "quoniam sanguini tradam te;" A.V., "I will prepare thee unto blood."