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another. 3 Afterwards, as he was sitting on the Mount of Mat. 24; S

Olives, over against the temple, Peter, and James, 4 and John, and Andrew, asked him privately, Tell

us, when will this happen? And what will be the 5 sign when all this is to be accomplished ? Jesus

answering them, took occasion to say, Take heed 6 that no man seduce you ; for many will assume

my character, saying, 'I am the person, and 7 will seduce many. But when ye hear of wars,

and rumours of wars, be not alarmed ; for this

must happen, but the end is not yet. 8 For nation will rise against nation, and king- Mat. 24; 7. dom against kingdom; and there will be earth- Mat.

10; 17.
quakes in sundry places, and there will be famines Jo. 16; 2.
9 and commotions. These are the prelude of woes.

But take heed to yourselves; for they will deliver
you to councils; and ye will be beaten in the sy..

nagogues, and brought before governors and kings
10 for my sake, to bear testimony to them. The

good tidings, however, must first be published
11 amongst all nations. But when they conduct Lu. 12; 11,

you, to deliver you up, have no anxiety before-
hand, nor premeditate what ye shall speak; but
whatever shall be suggested to you in that mo-

ment, speak; for it is not ye that shall speak, but
12 the Holy Spirit. Then the brother will deliver

up the brother to death; and the father the child;

and children will arise against their parents, and 13 procure their death. And on my account ye shall

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CH. 13.

Lu. 21; 20





be hated universally ; but the man who

persever. eth to the end shall be saved. Mat. 24; 15. 14 But when ye shall see, in an unsuitable place

, in Dan. 9; 26. the desolating abomination foretold by the Pro- *

phet Daniel, (Reader attend !) then let those in ! 15 Judea flee to the mountains; and let not him who

shall be on the roof, go down into the house, nor De 16 enter it, to carry any thing out of his house; and

let not him who shall be in the field, turn back to " 17 fetch his mantle. But woe to the women with

child, and to them who give suck in those days. 18 Pray, then, that your flight happen not in the win19 ter; because there shall be such affliction, in those ?

days, as hath not been before, from the beginning (1.

of the world which God created, nor shall be ever
20 after. Had the Lord assigned it a long duration, fo

no soul could escape; but for the sake of the
people whom he hath elected, he hath made its
duration the shorter.

5 Mat. 24; 23. 21 Then if any one shall say to you, 'Lo! the

« Messiah is here,' or, ‘Lo! he is yonder,' be22 lieve it not. For false messiahs and false prophets

will arise, who will perform wonders and prodi

gies, in order to impose, if possible, even on the 23 elect. Be ye therefore upon your guard: remember, I have warned



every thing. Mat. 24; 29. 24 But in those days, after that affliction, the sun

shall be darkened, and the moon shall withhold Ezek, 32; 7. 25 her light; and the stars of heaven shall fall ; and ; 10.

the powers which are in heaven shall be shaken. 26 Then they shall see the Son of Man coming in

Lil 17; 23: & 21; 8.

Lu. 21; 25
Is. 13; 10

31.& 3; 15. Rev. l; 7.

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CH. 13. who per 27 the clouds with great power and glory. Then he

will send his messengers, and assemble his elect suitable from the four quarters of the world, from the ex

byt tremities of heaven and earth. In lett 28 Learn now a similitude from the fig-tree. When Mat. 24: 32 Another its branches become tender, and put forth leaves, The hou 29

29 ye know that the summer is nigh. In like man5 hou ner,



shall see these things happen, know 30 that he is near, even at the door. Verily I say un

to you, that this generation shall not pass until all 7tho 31 these things be accomplished. For heaven and

earth shall fail : but my words shall not fail.

32 But of that day, or of that hour knoweth none Mat. 24; 42: e beni (not the heavenly messengers, no not the Son) but

33 the Father. Be circumspect, be vigilant, and pray;
34 for ye know not when that time will be. When a

man intendeth to travel, he leaveth his household

in charge to his servants, assigneth to every one
85 his task, and ordereth the porter to watch. Watch

ye therefore ; for ye know not when the master of
the house will return, whether in the evening 31, or

at midnight S3, or at cockcrowing », or in the
36 morning 54), lest coming suddenly, he find you

asleep. Now, what I say unto you, I say unto all,


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31 Nine afternoon.
33 Three in the morning.

32 Twelve. 34 Six.



CH. 14.


Lu. 22; 1. Jo. 11; 47, 53.

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SECTION. VIII. Mat. 26; 1 XIV. AFTER two days was the feast of the passover, and of unleavened bread.

And the chief priests and the scribes were contriving how they might take 2 Jesus by surprize, and kill him. They said, how.

ever, Not during the festival, for fear of an insur

rection among the people.
3 Now being at table in Bethany, in the house of

Simon (formerly] a leper, there came a woman who
had an alabaster box of the balsam of spikenard,

which was very costly: and she broke open the box,
4 and poured the liquor upon his head. There were

have been sold for more than three hundred de

narii 35, which might have been given to the poor. 6 And they murmured against her. But Jesus said,

Let her alone. Why do ye molest her? She hath Deu. 15; 11. 7 done me a good office. For ye will have the poor

always amongst you, and can do them good whenever ye please ; but me ye will not always have.

. 8 She hath done what she could. She hath before. 9 hand embalmed my body for the funeral. Verily


Mat. 26; 6 Jo. 11; 2. & 12; 2

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say unto you,

in whatsoever corner of the world
the gospel shall be preached, what this woman

hath now done shall be mentioned to her honour. 10 Then Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve, repair- Mat. 26; 14.

ed to the chief priests, to betray Jesus to them. I.A. 22; 3 dhe per 11 And they listened to him with joy, and promised

to give him money. Afterwards he sought a fa-
vourable opportunity to deliver him up.

Now the first day of unleavened bread, when Mat. 26; 17. the passover is sacrificed, his disciples said to him,

Whither shall we go to prepare for thy eating the 13 passover ? Then he sent two of his disciples, saying to them, Go into the city, where

ye will meet 14 a man carrying a pitcher of water, follow him; and

wherever he shall enter, say to the master of the

house, · The teacher saith, Where is the guestSie

chamber, in which I may eat the passover with

15 my disciples ?? And he will show you a large dul upper room ready furnished, there prepare for us. thepi

16 Accordingly his disciples went away, and being

come into the city, found every thing as he had

told them, and prepared the passover. 17 In the evening he went thither with the twelve. Mat. 26; 20: 18 As they were at table eating, Jesus said, Verily I Jo. 13; 21.

say unto you, that one of you who eateth with me, 19 will betray me. Upon this they became very sor

rowful, and asked him, all of them, one after an20 other, Is it I ? He answering, said to them, It is Ps. 41; 9.

one of the twelve, he who dippeth his morsel in 21 the dish with me. The Son of Man departeth in the manner foretold in Scripture concerning





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