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Mount of “ his heart, My Lord delayeth his com- Anno
50." the drunken : The Lord of that fer
vant shall come in a day when he " looketh not for him, and in an hour $1.“, that he is not aware of; And Shall
cut him afunder, and appoint him
his portion with the hypocrites : there
« shall be weeping and gnashing of Mat. xiii. 35. teeth. *Watch ye therefore, (for
ye know not when the master of the
night, or at the cock crowing, or in Mar. xiii. 36." the morning.). Lest coming sudden
ly, he find you sleeping And
“ be likened unto ten vigins, which took
“their lamps, and went forth to meet 2: “ the Bridegroom, And five of them
were wise, and five were foolish. “They that were foolish took their
lamps, and took no oil with them. “But the wise took oil in their vesfels 5. “ with their lamps. While the bride.
“ groom tarried, they all flumbered and
“ cry made, Behold the bridegroom
Anno “ so; left there be not enough for us Mount of
“ And while they went to buy, the 10.
you not. Watch iz.
man travelling into a far countrey,
unto one he gave five talents, to ano-
to every man according to his several " ability, and straightway took his
journey. Then he that had received 16.
the five talents, went and traded with
eth, and reckonech with them. And so 20.
ing, Lord, thou deliveredít unto me
Mount of “ besides them five talents more. His Anno
“Lord said unto him, well done, thou tate 33
“ things: enter thou into the joy of
“ two talents, came and said, Lord,
“ behold, I have gained two other ta-
“ unto him, Well done, good and
" thee ruler over many things : enter
came and said, Lord, I know thee u that thou art an hard man, reaping “ where thou hast not sown, and ga
“thering where thou hast not strawed. 25.“ And I was afraid, and went and hid
thy talent in the earth: lo, there
answered and said unto him, Thou
pot, and gather where I have not
and then at my coming I should
have received mine own with usury. 28.“ Take therefore the talent from him,
and give unto him which hath 29.“ ten talents. For unto every one that hath, thall be given, and he shall
have abundance : but from him that Mount of Æcat. 33. “ hath not, shall be taken away even
“ unprofitable servant into outer dark-
gnalhing of teeth.
as a shepherd divideth his sheep from
unto them on his right hand, Come
kingdom prepared for you from the
an hungred, and ye gave me meat:
naked, and ye clothed me: I was fick, 36
" Then shall the righteous answer 37.
“ much as ye have done it unto one of Anno Olives.
“ the least of these my brethren, ye have cat 33. Mar. XXV.
66 done it unto me.
" Then shall he say also unto them u on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, pre
pared for the devil and his angels.
me no meat: I was thirsty, and ye
clothed me not; sick, and in pri-
hungred, or athirst, or a stranger, or
" Then shall he answer them, saying, 45• « Verily, I say unto you, In as much
as ye did it not to one of the least of
these, ye did it not to me. And these « shall go away into everlasting punishu ment: but the righteous into life u eternal.
SE C T. CXXVIII. .
Luk. xxi, 37
ing in the temple, and at night he went out, and abode in the mount
that is called the Mount of Olives.
morning to him in the temple, for to
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