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" Are nor two sparrows sold for a Anno
Æcat. 31. 29.6 farthing and one of them shall not
Minift. 2. “fall on the ground without your Fa
ther. But the very hairs of your 30.
" head are all numbred. Fear ye not 31. therefore, ye are of more value than
many sparrows. Whosoever there. a fore shall confess me before men,
" him will I confefs also before my
" Father which is in heaven. But who-
ther which is in heaven.
u Think not that I am come to send 34.
peace on earth: I came not to send
" to set a man at variance against his
" mother, and the daughter-in-law
“ mans foes Mall be they of his own
" He that loveth father or mother
more than me, is not worthy of me,
more than me, is not worthy of me;
He that findeth his life shall « lose ir: and he that loreth his life " for my fake shall find it.
“ He that receiveth you, receiveth 40.
me, and he that receiveth me, recei
veih him thar fent me. He that re.
ceiverh a propher in the name of a
Anno “ ward; and he that receiveth a righ. Galilee.
man, shall receive a righteous man's
to drink unto one of these little ones " a cup of cold water only, in the name “ of a disciple, verily I say unto you, c he shall in no wife lose his reward.
And it came to pass when Jesus had 1. Mar. xi. made an end of commanding his twelve
disciples, he departed thence to teach 'Mar.vi.12, and preach in their cities. *' And they 12. Luk. ix.
departed and went through the towns,
out many devils, and anointed with oyl *Luk.ix.vi. many that were fick, mand healed them. The end of the second year of Christ's
S E C T. LXIII. Acar: 32. John the Baptist beheaded by Herod. * Mat. xiv.
ND when a convenient time was 21. Mar. vi. Α'
come, that Herod on his birth day made a supper to his lords, high
captains and chief ettates of Galilee: •Mar. vi. * The daughter of Herodias * came in 6. Mar. xiv.
22. Mar. vi. and danced * before them, and pleafed 56. Mat. xiv. Herod, * and them that far with him. 22. Mar. vi, The king faid unto the damfel, Ask of
nie vibuifiever ihou wilt and I will give Macs.iv.7. itilce Ard he fware unto her, What.
Galilee. soever thou shalt ask of me, I will give Anno
Minist. 24. And the went forth, and said unto her
mother, What shall I ask? and she said Mat. xiv. 3. The head of John the Baptist. * And
she being before instructed of her mother 25. * she came in straightway wich hafte
unto the king, and asked faying, "IdMat. siv will that thou give me by and by in a
charger, the head of John the Baptist.
25. And the king was exceeding sorry; * neMar. xiv
So vertheless för * his oaths fake, and for
. 9•* he would not reject her, [and] * he
commanded it to be given her. * And · Mat. xiv. Mar. vi. 27. immediately the king fent an executio. 10.
ner, and commanded his head to be
brought: and he went and beheaded him 28. in the prison, and brought his head in "Mar. xiv.
a charger, and gave it to the damfel, 11, 12.
and the damsel gave it to her mother. 29. And when his disciples heard of it, they
came and took up his corps, and laid: Mat. xiv. 12. it in a tomb, * and went and told Je
tiers concerning Jesus. Mat. xiv.
A vi. Mar. vi. 14. A heard of the fame of Jesus * (for 14; Luk. ix. 7. his name was spread abroad) * and he Mat, xiv. 2. was perplexed, * and said unto his fervants, This is Folin ile Baptist, he is
Luk. ix. 72
a Luk.ix. 8.
risen from the dead, and therefore migh-Galilee. Ætar. 32. ty works do Mhew forth themselves in him. Minift: 3; ** Others said, That it is Élias. * And 15. Mar. vi.
others said, That it is a prophet, or as
SE CT. LXV.
The Apostles return to Jesus, he feed
eth five thousand with five Barley
ND the Apostles gathered them- 30. Mar. vi. • Luk. ix.
selves together unto Jesus, and IO.
told him all things, both what they had
going, and they had no leisure so much
desert place by ship privately, * belong. 10. Luk. ix. ing to the city called Bethfaida, *over 1. Joh. vi.
Near Berhthe Sea of Galilee, which is the sea of faida. Mat xiv. Tiberias.
* ¢ And the people saw 33. Mar. vi. I Ž. them departing, and many knew him, Luk. ix. 11. and ran a foot thither out of all cities, Joh. vi, 2. and out-went them, and came together to him, * because they saw his miracles 2. Joh. vi,
Ærat. 32 Minist. 3;
which he did on them that were disea- Anno saida.
sed. * d And Jesus when he came out, Mar. vi. 34. saw much people, * and he received a Mat. xiv. Mar. v. 34. them * and was moved with compaffi- 14.
on towards them, because they were as
sheep not having a shepherd: and he Luke ix. 11. began to teach them many things, * and
spake unto them of the kingdom of Miracle. God, and healed them that had need
* And Jesus went up into a mountain, 4. and there he sat with his disciples, and
the passover, a feast of the fews, was Mar. vi. 35. nigh. *e And when the day was now far · Mat. xiv. Luk. ix.
12. spent, * then came the twelve and said, 15; Mar. vi. 35. unto him, * This is a desert place, and Luk. ix. 12. Luk. ix. 12. now the time is far passed, ** send the Mar. xiv.
multitude away, that they may go into 15;
the towns and country round about, and Mar.vi.gs. Mar. vi. 36. lodge, * and buy themselves breat: for
they have nothing to eat.
* When Jesus then lift up his eyes and faw a great company come unto
him, he faith unto Philip, Whence shall 6. we buy bread that these may eat? (and
this he said to prove him for he himself knew what he would do) Philip answered him, Two hundred penny-worth of bread is not sufficient for them, that
every one of them may take a little. Mar. xiv. 16.
* But Jesus said unto them, They e Mar. vi. need not depart, give ye them to eai 37;
and buy iwo hundred penny-worth of