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Lu. 20; 1:
Mat. 14; 5.
in heaven, may also forgive you your trespasses. Mat. 18; 35: 26 But if ye do not forgive, neither will your Father,
who is in heaven, forgive your trespasses. Mat. 21; 23: 27
Again, they arrived at Jerusalem, and as he 28 was walking in the temple, the chief priests, the
scribes, and the elders, came and said to him, By
what authority dost thou these things ? and who 29 empowered thee to do them? Jesus answering,
said unto them, I also have a question to ask ; an
swer me, and I will tell you by what authority I 30 do these things. Was the title which John had to
baptize, from heaven, or from men ? 'answer me. 31 Then they argued thus among themselves : 'If we 32' say, From heaven; he will reply, Why then did
ye not believe him? But if we say, From men;
'we are in danger from the people, who are all 33 convinced that John was a Prophet.' They there
. fore answering, said to Jesus, We cannot tell
. Jesus replied, Neither tell I you by what authority
I do these things. Mat. 21; 33. XII.
Then addressing them in parables, he said, A man planted a vineyard, and hedged it about, and
dug a place for the wine vat, and built a tower, 2 and having farmed it out, went abroad. The sea
son being come, he sent a servant to the husband
men, to receive his portion of the fruits of the 3 vineyard. But they seized him, beat him, and 4 sent him away empty. Again, he sent to them
another servant, whom they wounded in the head 5 with stones, and sent back with disgrace. Again,
he sent another, whom they killed ; and of many
Lu. 20; 9.
CH. 12. more that he sent, some they beat, and some they 6 killed. At last, having an only son, whom he
loved, he sent him also to them ; for he said, 7 • They will reverence my son.' But those hus
bandmen said among themselves, “This is the
' heir, come, let us kill him; and the inheritance 8 will be our own. Then they laid hold on him,
and having thrust him out of the vineyard, killed 9 him. What, therefore, will the proprietor of the
vineyard do? He will come and destroy the hus10 bandmen, and give the vineyard to others. Have ye not read this passage of Scripture: “A stone Acts, 4; 11.
1 Pet. 2; 6. “ which the builders rejected, is made the head 11 6 of the corner.
This the Lord 24 hath perform-
they would fain have seized him, but were afraid
Ps. 118; 22
THE PROPHECY ON MOUNT OLIVET.
13 THEN the chief priests, the scribes and the elders Mat. 22; 15.
Lu. 20; 20 leaving Jesus, went away, and sent to him certain
Pharisees and Herodians 25, to catch him in his 14 words. These coming up, said to him, Rabbi, we
; 8. Deut. 25; 5
know that thou art upright, and standest in awe
it lawful to give tribute to Cesar, or not? Shall 15 we give ? or shall we not give? He perceiving
their artifice, answered, Why would ye entangle
me ? Bring me a denarius, that I may see it. 16 When they had brought it, he asked them, Whose
is this image and inscription? They answered, 17 Cesar's. Jesus replied, Render to Cesar that
which is Cesar's, and to God that which is
God's. And they wondered at him. Mat. 22; 23: 18 Then came Sadducees to him, who
that there La, 20;37 19 is no future life, and proposed this question: Rab
bi, Moses hath enacted, that if a man's brother
marry the widow, and raise issue to his brother.
ried her, and died; neither left he any issue ; so 22 did also the third. Thus all the seven married 23 her, and left no issue. Last af all, the woman also
died. At the resurrection, therefore, when they
are risen, to which of the seven will she belong; 24 for she hath been wife to them all? Jesus answer
ing, said unto them, Is not this the source of your
error, your not knowing the Scriptures, nor the 25 power of God? For there will be neither marrying,
nor giving in marriage, among them who rise from
the dead. They will then resemble the heavenly 26 messengers. But as to the dead, that they are
est in a
persone hfullr. 1 20t? SL percent e entang
“ God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the
but of the living. Therefore ye greatly err.
the justness of his reply, came to him, and proposed Deut. 6; 4.
this question : Which is the chief commandment 29 of all ? Jesus answered, The chief of all the com
mandments is, “Hearken, Israel, the Lord 2 is
“shalt love the Lord 28 thy God with all thy heart,
“ and with all thy strength. This is the first
"shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is
replied, Truly, Rabbi, thou hast answered well.
with all the heart, and with ail the spirit, and with
one's neighbour as one's self, is more than all
pertinently he had answered, said to him, Thou
nobody ventured to put questions to him.
them, Why do the scribes assert that the Messiah Ps. 110; 1.
Lu. 11; 43: & 20; 46.
ing by the Holy Spirit, saith, “ The Lord said
" to my Lord, Sit at my right hand, until I make
fore, calleth him his Lord, how then can he be
39 of the scribes, who affect to walk in robes, who
love salutations in public places, and the principal
seats in the synagogues, and the uppermost places 40 at entertainments, who devour the families of
widows, and use long prayers for a disguise.
These shall undergo the severest punishment. Lu. 21; 1: 41 And Jesus sitting over against the treasury,
observed the people throwing money into the treasury: 42 and many rich persons put in much. Then came a
poor widow, who threw in two mites, which make a 43 farthing. 30. Jesus having called his disciples, said
to them, Verily I say unto you, that this poor wi.
dow hath given more than any of those who have
buted out of their superfluous store ; whereas she
Lui, 19; 44. & 21; 5.
Mat. 24; 1. XIII. AS he was going out of the temple, one of his
disciples said to him, Rabbi, look what prodigious 2 stones and stately buildings are here! Jesus answer.
ing, said to him, Thou seest these great buildings.