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thy soul, and with all thy Arength, Jerufalem. #cara 32. and with all thy mind; and ihy neigh" Luk: x: Minift. 3. bour as thy felf. And he said unto him, 28.
Thou hast answered right : this do and
thou shalt live. But he willing to jufti- 29.
fie himself, said unto Jesus, And who
is my neighbour? And Jesus answer-
A certain Man went down
“ from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell
among thieves, which stripped him
" of his raiment, and wounded him,
" and departed, leaving him half dead.
“ And by chance there came down a 31.
“ certain Priest that way; and when he
" saw him, he passed by on the other
" side. And likewise a Levite, when
“ he was at the place, came, and look-
"ed on him, and passed by on the
Co other side. But a certain Samaritan,
as he journied, came where he was:
as and when he saw him, he had com-
passion on him, and went to him,
" and bound up his wounds, pouring
in oil and wine, and ser him on his
own beast, and brought him to an
Inn, and took care of him. And on 35.
the morrow when he departed, he
took out two pence, and gave them
to the host, and said unto him, Take
care of him; and whatsoever thou
“ spendest more, when I come again,
“ I will repay thee. Which now of 36.
" these three, thinkest thou, was neigh-
“ bour to him that fell among the
" thieves ? And he said, he that shew-
4 ed mercy on him. Then said Jesus
unto him, Go, and do thou like. Anno
Jesus is entertained by Martha and
OW it came to pass, as they
went, that [Fesus] entred into a
certain Village, and a certain Woman
named Martha, received him into her 39. house. And she had a Sifter called Ma
ry, which also fat at Jesus feet, and
heard his word. But Martha was cum-
bred about much serving, and came to
him, and said, Lord, dost thou not care
that my sister hath left me to serve a-
lone? 'bid her therefore that she help me.
41. And Jesus answered, and said unto her,
Martha, Martha, thou art careful, and
42. troubled about many things. But one
thing is needful. And Mary hath cho-
Sen that good part, which shall not be
taken away from her.
One of Jesus's Disciples asketh him
to teach him to pray: His Answer
nd Discourse about Prayer.
ND it came to pass, that as [Fe
sus] was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of his Dif
Anno ciples said unto him, Lord, teach us to Bethany. #car32, pray, as Fohn also taught his disciples. Luk. xi. Minift. 3. And he said unto them, “ When ye 2.
pray fay, Our Father which art in çc heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy 5 Kingdom come. Thy will be done,
as in heaven, so in earth.
day by day our daily bread. And for-4. “ give us our fins; for we also forgive
every one that is indebted to us. And
“ lead us not into temptation, but de-
« liver us from evil.
And he said unto them, “ Which of s.
you shall have a friend, and shall go
unto him at mid-night, and say un-
to him, Friend, lend me three loaves; 6.
a friend of mine in his journey is come
to me, and I have nothing to ser be-
cs fore him: And he from within shall 7.
“ answer and say, Trouble me not:
" the door is now shut, and my Chil-
“dren are with me in bed; I cannot
$ rise and give thee.
" I say unto you, Though he will 8.
not rise and give him because he is
ý his friend; yet because of his impor-
tunity, he will rise and give him as
many as he needeth. And I say un-9.
to you, Ask, and it shall be given
seek and ye shall find : knock
" and it shall be open'd unto you. For 10.
every one that asketh, receiveth : and
" he that seeketh findeth: and to him
" that knocketh it shall be opened. Ifur.
« a son shall ask bread of any of you
is that is a father, will he give him a
Bethany. “ stone? or if he ask a fish, will he Anno
Luk, xí. 12. 6 for a fish give him a Serpent? or if he cat. 32.
« shall ask an egg, will he offer him
a scorpion? If ye then being evil, « know how to give good gifts unto
your Children, how much more shall
your heavenly Father give the holy
“ Spirit to them that ask him?
SE C T. XCIV.
Jefus cures one posless'd with a
Dumb Demon, which Miracle
Christ maintains against the Ca-
lumny of the Pharisees. Shews
who are blessed, and treats of the
Obstinacy of the Jews who required
Devil, and it was dumb. And it
came to pass, when the Devil was gone
out, the dumb fpake: and the people
wondred. But some of them said, He
casieth out devils through Beelzebub, the
chief of the devils.
16. And others tempting him, fought of
17. him a sign from heaven. But he know-
ing their thoughts, faid unto them,
" Every kingdom divided against it
“ felf, is brought to desolation : and a
house divided against a house falleth.
18.“ Jf Satan also be divided against him-
s felf, how shall his kingdom stand?
because ye say that I caft out devils
" through Beelzebub: and if I by Beel- Bethany. "zebub cast out devils, by whom do
Luk. xi. Minift. 3. c6
your fons cast them out? there.
“ fore they shall be your judges. But 20.
“ if I with the finger of God cast out
devils, no doubt the kingdom of God.
" is come upon you. When a strong 21.
man armed keepeth his palace, his
goods are in peace. But when a 22.
îtronger than he shall come upon him,
" and overcome him, he taketh from
him all his armour wherein he trust.
ed, and divideth his spoils.
“ He that is not with me is against 23.
and he that gathereth not with .->
me scattereth. When the unclean
" Spirit is gone out of a man, he walk-
eth through dry places, seeking reft
“ and finding none, he faith, I will
return unto my house whence I came ne
out. And when he cometh he find- 25.
“eth it swept and garnished. Then
“goeth he, and taketh to him feven
" Other Spirits more wicked than him-
“ felf, and they enter in and dwell
" there : and the last state of the man
“is worse than the first.
And it came to pass as he spake
these things, a certain woman of the
company lift up her voice, and said
unto him, Blesed is the womb that bare
thee, and the paps which thou haft suck.
ed. But he said, Tea, rather blessed are 28,
ibey that bear the word of God and