Clement NT Connections

Possible Connections between First Clement and the NT Documents 
Seq Chapter Text NT ref RefType
1 1 For ye did all things without respect of persons Jas 2.1 (KJV) James
2 1 being obedient to those who had the rule over you Heb 13.17 Hebs
3 1 Ye enjoined young men to be of a sober and serious mind Tit 2.6 Pastorals
4 1 they should manage their household affairs becomingly Tit 2.5 Pastorals
5 1 be in every respect marked by discretion. Tit 2/1 Tim 5 Pastorals
6 2 were in no respect puffed up with pride 1 Cor 4.6(KJV) Paul
7 2 were more willing to give than to receive  Acts 20.35 Acts
8 2 ye were inwardly filled with His doctrine Col 3.16 Paul
9 2 His sufferings were before your eyes Gal 3.1 Paul
10 2 while a full outpouring of the Holy Spirit was upon you all Tit 3/Acts 2 Pastorals
11 2 the whole brotherhood 1 Pet 2.17 Peter
12 2 Ye never grudged any act of kindness, being “ready to every good work.” Tit 3.1 Pastorals
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13 5 pillars Gal 2.9 Paul
14 5 the reward of patient endurance 2 Cor 1.6; 1 Pet 2.20 Paul
15 6 finished the course of their faith with stedfastness 2 Tim 4.7 Pastorals
16 6 received a noble reward Heb 10.35 Hebs
17 7 but also to remind ourselves 2 Pet 1,3 Peter
18 7 For we are struggling on the same arena, and the same conflict is assigned to both of us I Cor 10.13 Paul
19 7 herefore let us give up vain and fruitless cares Rom 6.21/Heb 12 Paul
20 7 what is good, pleasing, and acceptable in the sight of Him 1 Tim 2.3; Heb 13.21 Pastorals
21 7 how precious that blood is to God 1 Pet 1.19 Peter
22 7 having been shed for our salvation Matt 26.28 Gospels
23 7 has set the grace of repentance before the whole world Acts 11.18 Acts
24 7 Noah preached repentance, and as many as listened to him were saved 2 Pet 2.5 Peter
25 8 ministers of the grace of God have Eph 3.7 Paul
26 9 forsake all fruitless labours, and strife, and envy, which leads to death Rom 6.16,21 Paul
27 9 Let us take (for instance) Enoch, who, being found righteous in obedience, was translated, and death was never known to happen to him. Heb 11.5 Hebs
28 10 forsaking a small territory, and a weak family, and an insignificant house, he might inherit the promises of God Heb 11.13-16 Hebs
29 11 who are of a double mind Jas 1.7 James
30 11 bring down judgment on themselves Rom 13.2; 2 Pet 2.1 Paul
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31 13 laying aside all haughtiness, and pride, and foolishness, and angry feelings;  Heb 12.1; Eph 4.20-25 Hebs
32 13 let us act according to that which is written (for the Holy Spirit saith, “Let not...but let him that glorieth glory in the Lord, in diligently seeking Him, and doing judgment and righteousness” 1 Cor 1.31; 2 Cor 10.17 Paul
33 13 being especially mindful of the words of the Lord Jesus which He spake, teaching us meekness and long-suffering. For thus He spoke: “Be ye merciful... with the same it shall be measured to you.” Matt 5.7; 6.14, 14; 7.1, 2, 12; Luke 6.31, 36-38 Gospels
34 14 so as to draw us away from what is good 2 Pet 3.17 Peter
35 14 Let us be kind one to another after the pattern of the tender mercy and benignity of our Creator Eph 4.31 Paul
36 15 who cultivate peace 1 Pet 3.11; Jas 3.18; Matt 5.9 Peter
37 16 who exalt themselves over His flock Acts 20.28-29; 1 Pet 5.2f Acts
38 16 what shall we do who have through Him come under the yoke of His grace? Matt 11.29-30 Gospels
39 17 Let us be imitators also of those who in goat-skins and sheep-skins  Heb 11.37 Hebs
40 18 But what shall we say concerning David Rom 3,6,7,9 Paul
41 19 Wherefore, having so many great and glorious examples set before us, let us turn again to the practice of that peace which from the beginning was the mark set before us  Heb 12.1  Hebs
42 19 Let us contemplate Him with our understanding, and look with the eyes of our soul Eph 1.18 Paul
43 20 who have fled for refuge to His compassions through Jesus Christ our Lord Heb 6.18 Hebs
44 20 to whom be glory and majesty for ever and ever. Amen. Jude 25 Jude
45 21 unless we walk worthy of Him Col 1.10 Paul
46 21 and with one mind Phil 1.27 (Acts 1.14) Paul
47 21 things which are good and well-pleasing in His sight Mt 11.26; Lk 10.21 Gospels
48 21 we should not leave the post which His will has assigned us I Cor 7.20-24 Paul
49 21 Lord Jesus Christ, whose blood was given for us Matt 26.28 Gospels
50 21 let us esteem those who have the rule over us  I Thess 5.12 Paul
51 21 let us honour the aged 1 Tim 5.1-2 Pastorals
52 21 train up the young men in the fear of God I Tim 5.1-2 Pastorals
53 21 not by preferring one to another, but by showing equal affection to all that piously fear God I Tim 5.21; Jas 2.9 Pastorals
54 21 children be partakers of true Christian training Eph 6.4 Paul
55 21 He is a Searcher of the thoughts and desires [of the heart] Rev 2.23 Apoc
56 22 faith which is in Christ 2 Tim 3.15 Pastorals
57 23 compassion towards those that fear Him Jas 5.10? James
58 23 His favours upon those who come to Him with a simple mind. Wherefore let us not be double-minded Jas 1.7 James
59 24 the Lord Jesus Christ the first-fruits 1 Cor 15.20,23 Paul
60 24 [the sower image?] Matt 13 Gospels
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61 27 to Him who is faithful in His promises, Heb 10.23 Hebs
62 27 He who has commanded us not to lie Col 3.9 Paul
63 27 for nothing is impossible with God Lk 1.37 Gospels
64 27 for nothing is impossible with God, except to lie Tit 1.2; Heb 6.18 Pastorals
65 27 Let His faith therefore be stirred up again within us 2 Pet 3.1 Peter
66 27 By the word of His might He established all things 2 Pet 3.5-7 Peter
67 27 by His word He can overthrow them Heb 1.3? Hebs
68 27 none of the things determined by Him shall pass away Matt 24.35 Gospels
69 27 All things are open before Him, and nothing can be hidden from His counsel. Heb 4.13 Hebs
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70 29 Let us then draw near to Him with holiness of spirit, lifting up pure and undefiled hands unto Him 1 Tim 2.8 Pastorals
71 30 avoiding all evil-speaking 1 Pet 3.10 Peter
72 30 Let us clothe ourselves with concord and humility 1 Pet 5.5 Peter
73 30 being justified by our works, and not our words Jas 2.14 James
74 30 Let testimony to our good deeds be borne by others 1 Pet 2.12 Peter
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75 32 From him also [was descended] our Lord Jesus Christ according to the flesh Rom 9.5 Paul
76 32 All these, therefore, were highly honoured, and made great, not for their own sake, or for their own works, or for the righteousness which they wrought, but through the operation of His will. Heb 11.39 Hebs
77 32 being called by His will 1 Cor 1.1 Paul
78 32 are not justified by ourselves, nor by our own wisdom, or understanding, or godliness, or works which we have wrought in holiness of heart; but by that faith... Tit 3.5 Pastorals
79 32 to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen. 2 Tim 4.18+ Pastorals
80 33 What shall we do, then, brethren? Rom 6 Paul
81 33 Shall we become slothful in well-doing Gal 6.9 Paul
82 33 God forbid Rom 6.2, 15 Paul
83 33 hasten with all energy and readiness of mind to perform every good work Tit 3.1 Pastorals
84 33 how all righteous men have been adorned with good works 1 Pet 3.3-5 Peter
85 34 for of Him are all things Rom 11.36+ Paul
86 34 we be not lazy or slothful in any good work Tit 2.14 Pastorals
87 34 Let our boasting and our confidence be in Him 1 Cor 1.31 Paul
88 34 as with one mouth Rom 15.6 Paul
89 34 made partakers of His great and glorious promises 2 Pet 1.4 Peter
90 35 Let us therefore earnestly strive to be found in the number of those that wait for Him Phil 3.12,9 Paul
91 35 if we earnestly seek the things which are pleasing and acceptable to Him Eph 5.10; 2 Cor 5.9 Paul
92 35 casting away from us all unrighteousness and iniquity Heb 12.1 Hebs
93 35 For they that do such things are hateful to God; and not only they that do them, but also those that take pleasure in them that do them Rom 1.32 Paul
94 36 Jesus Christ, the High Priest Heb 3.1 Hebs
95 36 defender and helper of our infirmity Heb 4.15; Rom 8.26 Hebs
96 36 By Him we behold, as in a glass, His immaculate and most excellent visage 1 Cor 13.12 Paul
97 36 By Him are the eyes of our hearts opened Eph 1.18; Acts 16.14 Paul
98 36 By Him our foolish and darkened understanding blossoms Eph 4.18 Paul
99 36 who, being the brightness of His majesty, is by so much greater than the angels, as He hath by inheritance obtained a more excellent name than they Heb 1.3-4 Hebs
100 37 but each one in his own rank 1 Cor 15.23 Paul
101 37 Let us take our body for an example. The head is nothing without the feet, and the feet are nothing without the head 1 Cor 12.12 Paul
102 38 let every one be subject to his neighbour Eph 5.21 Paul
103 38 according to the special gift bestowed upon him 1 Pet 4.10 Peter
104 38 Let the strong not despise the weak, and let the weak show respect unto the strong Rom 14.1-11; 15.1 Paul
105 38 Let the rich man provide for the wants of the poor 1 Tim 6.18 Pastorals
106 38 let the poor man bless God Jas 1.9 James
107 38 Let the wise man display his wisdom, not by [mere] words, but through good deeds Jas 3.13 James
108 38 Let him that is pure in the flesh not grow proud of it, and boast, knowing that it was another who bestowed on him the gift 1 Cor 4.7; 7.7 Paul
109 38 the gift of continence 1 Cor 4.7 Paul
110 38 to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen 1 Cor 7.7 Paul
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111 40 since we look into the depths of the divine knowledge 1 Cor 2.10 Paul
112 41 Let every one of you, brethren, give thanks to God in his own order 1 Cor 15.23 Paul
113 41 living in all good conscience Acts 23.1; 1 Tim 1.19 Acts
114 41 the greater the knowledge that has been vouchsafed to us, the greater also is the danger to which we are exposed. Jas 3.1  James
115 42 The apostles have preached the Gospel to us from the Lord Jesus Christ Matt 16.15 Gospels
116 42 Christ therefore was sent forth by God, and the apostles by Christ John 20.21 John
117 42 Having therefore received their orders, and being fully assured by the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, and established in the word of God, with full assurance of the Holy Ghost, they went forth proclaiming that the kingdom of God was at hand Acts 8.13 (Matt 16.15) Acts
118 42 they appointed the first-fruits  1 Cor 16.15 Paul
119 42 having first proved them by the Spirit, to be bishops and deacons 1 Tim 3.10 Pastorals
120 43 to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen. 2 Tim 4.18+ Pastorals
121 44 when these should fall asleep, 1 Cor 15.6 Paul
122 44 approved men 1 Cor 11.19+ Paul
123 44 who have blame-lessly served the flock of Christ 1 Pet 5.2 Peter
124 44 having finished their course before now 2 Tim 4.7 Pastorals
125 44 have obtained a fruitful and perfect departure 2 Tim 4.6f Pastorals
126 44 who blamelessly and holily offered its sacrifices 1 Pet 2.5 Peter
127 45 They were cast into prison, but only by the unholy; they were stoned, but only by transgressors; they were slain, but only by the accursed, and such as had conceived an unrighteous envy against them Heb 11.35ff Hebs
128 45 Exposed to such sufferings, they endured them gloriously. Heb 11.35ff Hebs
129 45 For what shall we say, brethren? Rom 6.1 Paul
130 45 to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen 2 Tim 4.18+ Pastorals
131 45 a pure conscience 1 Tim 1.5 Pastorals
132 45 But they who with confidence endured [these things] are now heirs of glory and honour (hebrews) Heb 11.32ff Hebs
133 45 have been exalted and made illustrious by God in their memorial for ever and ever (ref to Heb 11) Hebs
134 46 why are there strifes, and tumults, and divisions, and schisms, and wars among you? Jas 4.1 James
135 46 Have we not [all] one God and one Christ? Is there not one Spirit of grace poured out upon us? And have we not one calling in Christ? Eph 4.4-6 Paul
136 46 as to forget that “we are members one of another? ” Rom 12.5 Paul
137 46 Remember the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, how He said, “Woe to that man... and he should be sunk in the depths of the sea, than that he should cast a stumbling-block before one of my little ones Matt 26.24; Luke 17.1-2 Gospels
138 46 subverted [the faith of] many Rom 14.15? Paul
139 47 Take up the epistle of the blessed Apostle Paul. What did he write to you at the time when the Gospel first began to be preached? Truly, under the inspiration of the Spirit, he wrote to you… 1 Cor 3.13 Paul
140 47 when the Gospel first began to be preached? Phil 4.15 Paul
141 47 inclination for one above another. Jas 2.1 James
142 47 towards a man whom they had approved. Rom 14.18 Paul
143 47 lessened the renown of your far-famed brotherly love 2 Cor 7.4 Paul
144 48 beseech Him with tears Heb 5.7;12.17 Hebs
145 48 be reconciled to us 2 Cor 5.20 Paul
146 48 and restore us to our former Gal 6.1 Paul
147 48 yet this gate of righteousness is that gate in Christ by which blessed are all they that have entered in (John!) John 10.7ff John
148 48 doing all things without disorder  1 Cor 14.40 Paul
149 48 have directed their way in "holiness and righteousness" Luke 1.75 Gospels
150 48 Let a man be faithful. 1 Cor 4.2 Paul
151 48 and to seek the common good of all, and not merely his own advantage Phil 2.4,21 Paul
152 49 Let him who has love in Christ keep the commandments of Christ. John 14.15 John
153 49 the [blessed] bond of the love of God? Rom 8.39 Paul
154 49 Love covers a multitude of sins. 1 Pet 54.8 Peter
155 49 Love beareth all things, is long-suffering in all things  1 Cor 13.4 Paul
156 49 nothing arrogant in love 1 Cor 13.4 Paul
157 49 Love admits of no schisms...love does all things in harmony 1 Cor 12.25 Paul
158 49 By love have all the elect of God been made perfect (1 John?) 1 Jn 4.12-15 John
159 49 On account of the Love he bore us, Jesus Christ our Lord gave His blood for us. Eph 5.2 Paul
160 49 His flesh for our flesh, and His soul for our souls. Lk 22.19 Gospels
161 50 that we may live blameless in love. Eph 1.4 Paul
162 50 through the grace of God, have been made perfect in love. 1 Jn 2.5 John
163 50 that so through love our sins may be forgiven us. Mk 11.26? Gospels
164 50 chosen by God through Jesus Christ our Lord; to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen. 2 Tim 4.18+ Pastorals
165 51 the adversary. 1 Pet 5.8 Peter
166 51 to the common hope. Eph 4.4 Paul
167 51 would rather that they themselves than their neighbours should be involved in suffering Rom 9.2 Paul
168 51 they prefer to bear blame themselves, rather than that the concord which has been well and piously handed down to us should suffer (I cor 6, lawsuits?). 1 Cor 6.7 Paul
169 51 should harden his heart, as the hearts of those were hardened who stirred up sedition against Moses the servant of God. Heb 3  Hebs
170 51 their foolish hearts were hardened, (NT language, but applied to the OT Pharaoh) Rom 1.21 Paul
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171 53 Call then these things to your remembrance. 2 Pet 3.1-2 Peter
172 54 the flock of Christ. 1 Pet 5.2; Act 20.28 Peter
173 54 shall procure to himself great glory in the Lord. 1 Pet 5.1 Peter
174 55 being strengthened by the grace of God Heb 13.9 Hebs
175 56 Let us then also pray for those who have fallen into any sin. Jas 5.15 James
176 56 that meekness and humility may be given to them. 2 Cor 10.1 Paul
177 56 so that they may submit, not unto us, but to the will of God. Jas 4.7 James
178 56 we admonish one another . Rom 15.14 Paul
179 56 for since God is good, He corrects us, that we may be admonished by His holy chastisement Heb 12.4ff Hebs
180 57 in the flock of Christ, 1 Pet 5.2; Act 20.28 Peter
181 57 For it is better for you that ye should occupy a humble but honourable place in the flock of Christ, than that, being highly exalted, ye should be cast out from the hope of His people (not all that say to me 'lord, lord'...?) Matt 7.22ff Gospels
182 58 For as God lives and the Lord jesus Christ lives and the Holy Spirit. 2 Cor 13.14 Paul
183 58 Through him be the glory to God forever and ever. Amen. 2 Tim 4.18+ Pastorals
184 59 they will enmesh themselves in sin (heb) Heb 12.1 Hebs
185 59 His holy Child Jesus Acts 4.27 Acts
186 59 It was thru Him that he called us "from darkness to light" Acts 26.18 Acts
187 59 You have opened the "eyes of our hearts" Eph 1.18 Paul
188 59 multiply the nations on the earth, and from out of them all you have chosen those who love you through Jesus Christ. Rev 5.9; 7.9 apoc
189 59 Jesus Christ, your beloved Son. 2 Pet 1.17 Peter
190 59 made us saints. Rom 1.7 Paul
191 59 that Jesus Christ is your Child. Acts 4.27 Acts
192 60 Do not take account of every sin. Rom 4.8 Paul
193 60 of your slaves and slave girls, Eph 6.6 Paul
194 60 but cleanse us with the cleansing of your truth. Jn 17.17; 15.3 John
195 60 called upon you in faith and truth 1 Tim 2.7 Pastorals
196 60 to our rulers and governors on earth. Rom 13 Paul
197 61 You, Master, gave them imperial power through your majestic and indescribable might, so that we, recognizing it was you who gave them the glory and honor, might submit to them Rom 13.1 Paul
198 61 and in no way oppose your will. Rom 13.2 Paul
199 61 Grant them, Lord, health, peace, harmony, and stability, so that they may give no offense in administering the government you have given Them 1 Tim 2.1 Pastorals
200 61 King of eternity 1 Tim 1.17 Pastorals
201 61 through the high priest and guardian of our souls, Jesus Christ. 1 Pet 2.25 Peter
202 61 Through him be the glory and the majesty to you now and for all generations and forevermore. Amen. 2 Tim 4.18+ Pastorals
203 62 genuine love. Rom 12.9 Paul
204 62 bearing no grudges Heb 12.15; Eph 4.32 Hebs
205 62 all the more delighted to remind you of these things. 2 Pet 1.12-13 Peter
206 63 we should bow the neck . Matt 11.29-30 Gospels
207 63 free from reproach. Col 1.22+ Paul
208 63 Gain the true goal ahead of us. Phil 3.4 Paul
209 64 who chose our Lord Jesus Christ. Luke 9.35 Gospels
210 64 who chose our Lord Jesus Christ and us through Him. Eph 1.4 Paul
211 64 to be a peculiar people Tit 2.14 Pastorals
212 64 grant to every soul that is 'called' by His glorious and holy Name Matt 28.19 Gospels
213 64 through our High Priest and Protector, Jesus Christ. Heb 3.1 Hebs
214 64 by whom be to Him glory, and majesty, and power, and honour, both now and for evermore. Amen. 1 Tim 1.17+; Rev 7.12+ Pastorals
215 65 The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you, and with all everywhere that are the called of God through Him, by whom be to Him glory, honour, power, majesty, and eternal dominion, from everlasting to everlasting. Amen.  1 Cor 16.23 Paul

Last Updated on 8/11/98
By Glenn Miller
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