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Jerusalem. will ye also be his disciples? Then they Anno
Joh. ix. 28. reviled him, and said, Thou art his dis-

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ciple ; but we are Moses disciples. We
know that God spake unto Moses: as

for this fellow, we know not from whence
30. he is. The Man answered and said un-

to them, Why, herein is a marvellous
thing, that ye know not from whence he
is, and yet he hath opened mine eyes.
Now we know that God beareth not fin-
ners: but if any Man be a worshipper
of God, and doth his will, bim be hear-
eth. Since the world began was it not

heard that any man opened the eyes of
33. one that was born blind. If this man

were not of God, he could do nothing.
34.

They answered and said unto him,
Thou wast altogether born in fins, and

dost thou teach us? And they cast him
35. Jesus heard that they had cast him

out; and when he found him, he said

unto him, Dost thou believe on the son 36. of God?' He answered and said, who

is he, Lord, that I might believe on 37. bim ? And Jesus said unto him, Thou

hast both seen him, and it is he that 38. talketh with thee. And he said, Lord,

I believe. And he worshipped him. .

out.

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Jerusalemi
SECŤ. LXXXIX.
Jesus shews that he is the true Shep-

berd, and that he must lay down
bis Life for his Sheep. The Jevos
are divided in their Opinion con-
cerning him.

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39. Joh. come into this world : that they which see not, might see ; and that they which see, might be made blind. And 40. some of the Pharisees which were with him heard these Words, and faid unto him, Are we blind also? Jefus said unto them, “ If ye were blind, ye 4t, « should have no Sin: but now ye say

we see; therefore that Sin remain-
" eth. Verily, verily I say unto you, i. Joh. x;
“ He that entreth not by the Door in.

to the Sheepfold, but climbeth up
“ fome other way, the fame is a Thief
cand a Robber. But he that entreth 2.
« in by the Door, is the Shepherd of
" the Sheep. To him the Porter open-

eth; and the Sheep hear his voice ;
< and he calleth his own Siteep by 3.

name, and leadeth them out. And
4 when he purreth forth his own Sheep,
6. he goeth before them; and the Sheep
- follow him : for they know his voice.
" And a Stranger will they not follow, š:
“ but will flee from him: for they
“ know not the voice of Strangers.

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Terusalem. This Parable spake Jesus unto them : Anno Joh. x.

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they were which he spake unto them.
7. Then said Jesus unto them again.

Verily, verily I say unto you; I am
8.“ the Door of the Sheep. All that

ever came before me, are. Thieves " and Robbers: but the Sheep did not

c hear them. I am the Door, by me 9.

any

Man enter in, he shall be faved, and shaļl go in and out, and “ find pasture. The Thief cometh not " but for to steal, and to kill, and to “ destroy : I am come that they might

" have Life, and that they might have 11.“ it more abundantly. I am the good

Shepherd : the good Shepherd giveth “ his Life for the Sheep. But he that " is an Hireling and not the Shepherd, “whose own the Sheep are not, seeth

the Wolf coming, and leaveth the “ Sheep, and fleech : and the Wolf

" catcheth them, and scattereth the
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" Sheep. The Hireling fleeth, because
“ he is an Hireling, and careth not for
“ the Sheep. I am the good Shepherd,

" and know my Sheep, and am known
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of mine. As the Father knoweth

me, even so know I the Father, and " I lay down my Life for the Sheep.

“ And other Sheep I have, which

are not of this fold: them also I " must bring, and they shall hear my « voice ; there shall be one Fold, and

one Shepherd. Therefore doch my 17. « Father love me, because I lay down

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Anno my Life, that I might take it again. Jerusalem. Ærat. 22“ No man taketh it from me, but I lay

18. Joh, x. Minift. 3. c it down of my felf: I have power to

" lay it down, and I have power to
“ take it again. This Commandment
« have I received of my Father.

There was a division therefore again 19.
among the Jews for these sayings. And
many of them faid, He hath' a devil and
is mad; why hear ye him? Others said, 20.
These are not the words of him that
hath a devil. Can a devil open the eyes
of the blind?

SECT. XC.

Luk. x.

The Seventy Disciples return to Je-
: fus. His Discourse with them.
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ND the seventy returned again 17.

with joy, saying, Lord, even the
devils are subject 'unio us through thy
name. And [7efus] said unto them, 18.
"I beheld Saran as lightning, full from

Heaven, Behold I give nnto you 19.
power to tread on Serpents and Scor-
pions, and over all the power of the
Enemy; and nothing shall by any

means hurt you. Notwithstanding 20.
" in this rejoice not, that the Spirits

are subject to you: but rather rejoice because your names are written u in heaven.

In that Hour Jesus rejoiced in Spirit, 21. and said, “I thank thee, O Father,

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Jerusalem. “ Lord of Heaven and Earth, that thou Anno
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unto babes : even so, Father, for so
" it seemed good in thy sight.
22.

" All things are deliver'd to me of
my Father : and no Man knoweth

who the Son is, but the Father; and
“ who the Father is, but the Son, and
" he to whom the Son will reveal

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And he turn'd him unto his Disciples,
23.
and said privately,

« Blessed are the
Eyes which see the things that ye
“ fee. For I tell you, that many Pro .
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phets and Kings have defired to see
“ those things which ye see, and have
< not seen them and to hear those

things which ye hear, and have not
heard them.

SE C T. XCI.

Jesus's Answer to a Lawyer, who in

quired of him the way to obtain
eternal Life. Shews who is our
Neighbour.

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ND behold, a certain Lawyer stood

up, and tempted [Fefus,] saying, Master; what Shall I do to inherit eternal 26. life? He said unto him, What is written

in the Law ? how readest thou? And he 29. answering said, Thou Malt love the Lord shy God with all thy heart, and with all

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