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SPECIMEN PAGE OF THE TWENTY-THREE-CENT BIBLE,

ENGLISH No. 208.

Peter and John

THE ACTS, III. restore a lame man.
40 And with many other words | gold have I pone; but such as I
did he testify and exhort, saying, have give I thee: In the name of
Save yourselves from this unto- Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up
ward generation.

and walk.
41 | Then they that gladly re- 7 And he took him by the right
ceived his word were baptized: hand, and lifted him up: and im-
and the same day there were added mediately his feet and ankle bones
unto them about three thousand received strength.
souls.

8 And he leaping up stood, and
42 And they continued stead-walked, and entered with them
fastly in the apostles' doctrine and into the temple, walking, and
fellowship, and in breaking of leaping, and praising God.
bread, and in prayers.

9. And all the people saw him
43 And fear came upon every walking and praising God:
soul: and many wonders and signs 10 And they knew that it was he
were done by the apostles.

which eat for alms at the Beautiful
44 And all that believed were to- gate of the temple: and they were
gether, and had all things com- filled with wonder and amazement
mon;

at that which had happened unto
45 And sold their possessions and him.
goods, and parted them to all men, 11 And as the lame man which
as every man had need.

was healed held Peter and John, all
46 And they, continuing daily the people ran together unto them
with one accord in the temple, in the porch that is called Solo-
and breaking bread from house to mon's, greatly wondering.
house, did eat their meat with 12 ? And when Peter saw it, he
gladness and singleness of heart, answered unto the people, Ye men

47 Praising God, and having fa- of Israel, why marvel ye at this?
your with all the people. And the or why look ye so earnestly on us,
Lord added to the church daily as though by our own power or
such as should be saved.

holiness we had made this man to CHAPTER III.

walk ?

13 The God of Abraham, and of
1 Peter preaching to the people that came
to see a lame man restored to his feet, Isaac, and of Jacob, the 'God of
12 professeth the cure not to have been our fathers, hath glorified his Son
wrought by his or John's own power, or Jesus; whom ye delivered up, and
holiness, but by God, and his Son Jesus, denied him in the presence of
and through faith in his name: 13 with Pilate, when he was determined to
sus. 17 Which because they did

it through let him go.
ignorance, and that thereby were fulfill- 14 But ye denied the Holy One
ed God's determinate counsel, and the and the Just, and desired a mur-
Soriptures : 19 he exhorteth them by re: derer to be granted unto you;
pentance and faith to seek remission of
their sins, and salvation in the same

15 And killed the Prince of life,
Jesus.

whom God hath raised from the
NWcPeter and Tobnt went up dead, whereof we are witnesses
the hour of prayer, being the ninth in his name, hath made this man
hour.

strong, whom ye see and know:
2 And a certain man lame from yea, the faith which is by him bath
his mother's womb was carried, given him this perfect soundness
whom they laid daily at the gate in the presence of you all.
of the temple which is called 17 And now, brethren, I wot that
Beautiful, to ask alms of them through ignorance ye did it, as did
that entered into the temple; also your rulers.

3 Who, seeing Peter and John 18 But those things, which God
about to go into the temple, asked before had shewed by the mouth
an alms.

of all his prophets, that Christ
4 And Peter, fastening his eyes should suffer, he hath so fulfilled.
upon him with John, said, Look 19 [ Repent ye therefore, and
on us.

be converted, that your sins may
5 And he gave heed unto them, be blotted out, when the times of
expecting to receive something of refreshing shall come from the
them.
6 Then Peter said, Silver and

presence of the Lord;

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ENGLISH No. 241.

that AF

Onrist sheweth
ST. JOHX, VI.

who he is.
dead, and quickeneth them; even so 12 But I know you, that ye have not
the son quickeneth whom he will. the love of God in you.

22 For the Father judgeth no man, 43 I am come in my Father's name,
but hath committed all judgment un and ye receive me not : if another
to the Son :

shall come in his own name, him ye
23 That all men should honour the will receive.
Son, even as they honour the Father. 44 How can ye believe, which re-
He that honoureth not the Son hon- ceive honour one of another, and
oureth not the Father which hath seek not the honour that cometh from
sent him.

God only!
24 Verily, verily, I say unto you, He 45 Do not think that I will accuse
that heareth my word, and believeth you to the Father: there is one that
on him that sent me, hath everlasting accuseth you, even Moses, in whom
life, and shall not come into condem- ye trust.
nation, but is passed from death un 46 For had ye believed Moses, ye
to life.

would have believed me: for he wrote
25 Verily, verily, I say unto you, The of me.
hour is coming, and now is, when the 47 But if ye believe not his writings,
dead shall bear the voice of the Son how shall ye believe my words i
of God and they that hear shall
live.

CHAPTER VI
26 For as the Father hath life in 1 Christ feedeth five thousand men with Ave loane
himself ; so hath he given to the Son

and tuo fishes. 15 Thereupon the people would
to have life in himself;

have made him din. 16 But withdrawing him.

sell, he walked on the sea to his disciples : 26 re-
27 And hath given him authority to

provets the people flocking after him, and all the
execute judgment also, because he is Aeshly hearers of his word: 32 declareth him
the Son of man.

to be the bread of life to believers. 66 Many dis-
28 Marvel not at this: for the hour eiplu depart from him. Peter confuseta aia.
is coming, in the which all that are

70 Judas us a devtl. in the graves shall hear his voice,

FTER these things Jesus went

over the sea of Galilee, which is
have done good, unto the resurrec- the sea of Tiberias.
tion of life, and they that have done 2 And a great multitude followed
evil, unto the resurrection of damna-him. because they saw his miracles
tion.

which he did on them that were dis
30 I can of mine own self do noth-eased.
ing: as I hear, I judge: and my judg. 3 And Jesus went up into a mountain,
ment is just ; because I seek not mine and there he sat with his disciples.
own will, but the will of the Father

4 And the passover, a feast of the
which hath sent me.

Jewe, was nigh.
31 If I bear witness of myself, my 5? When Jesus then lifted up his
witness is not true.

eyes, and saw a great company come
32 There is another that beareth unto him, he saith unto Philip, Whence
witness of me, and I know that the shall we buy bread, that these may
witness which he witnesseth of me is eati
true.

6 And this he said to prove him:
33 Ye sent unto John, and he bare for he himself knew what he would
witness unto the truth.

do.
34 But I receive not testimony from 7 Philip answered him, Two hundred
man: but these things I say, that ye pennyworth of bread is not sufficient
might be saved.

for them, that every one of them may
35 He was a burning and a shining take a little.
light: and ye were willing for a sea 8 One of his disciples, Andrew, Simon
son to rejoice in his light.

Peter's brother, saith unto him,
36 { But I have greater witness than 9 There is a lad here, which hath five
that of John: for the works which barley loaves, and two small tishes:
the Father hath given me to finish, but what are they among so many!
the same works that I do, bear wit 10 And Jesus said, Make the men sit
ness of me, that the Father hath sent down. Now there was much grass in
me.

the place. So the men sat down, in
37 And the Father himself, which number about five thousand.
hath sent me, hath borne witness of 11 And Jesus took the loaves; and
me. Ye have neither heard hig voice when he had given thanks, he distrib-
at any time, nor seen his shape. uted to the disciples, and the disciples

38 Ånd ye have not his word abid to them that were set down, and like-
ing in you: for whom he hath sent, wise of the fishes as much as they
him ye believe not.

would.
39 | Search the Scriptures; for in 12 When they were filled, he said
them ye think ye have eternal life : unto his disciples, Gather up the frag-
and they are they which testify of ments that remain, that nothing be
me.

lost.
40 And ye will not come to me, that 13 Therefore they gathered them to
ye might have life.

gether, and filled twelve baskets with
A I receive not honour from men. the fragments of the five barley loaves,

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AND

ST. LUKE, 20.
47 And he taught daily in 7 And they answered, that
the temple. But the chief they could not tell whence it
priests and the scribes and the was.
chief of the people sought to 8 And Jesus said unto them,
destroy him,

Neither tell I you by what
48 And could not find what authority I do these things.
they might do: for all the 9 Then began he to speak
people were very attentive to the people this parable; A
to hear him.

certain man planted a vineCHAPTER 20.

yard, and let it forth to hus-
1 Christ avoucheth his authority by a

bandmen, and went into a
question of John's baptism. The far country for a long time.
parable of the vineyard. 19 OS giv-
ing tribute to Cesar. 27 He con-

10 And at the season he sent
vinceth the Sadducees that denied a servant to the husbandmen,
the Son of David.45 He warneth that they should give him of
his disciples to beware of the scribes. the fruit of the vineyard :

came to pass, that but the husbandmen beat
on one of those days, as him, and sent him away
he taught the people in the empty.
temple, and preached the gos 11 And again be sent an-
pel, the chief priests and the other servant: and they beat
scribes came upon him with him also, and entreated him
the elders,

shamefully, and sent him 2 And spake unto him, say- away empty: ing, Tell us, by what author 12 And again he sent a third: ity doest thou these things? and they wounded him also, or who is he that gave thee and cast him out. this authority?

13 Then said the lord of the 3 And he answered and said vineyard, What shall I do? I unto them, I will also ask you will send my beloved son : it one thing; and answer me: may be they will reverence

4 The baptism of John, was him when they see him. it from heaven, or of men? 14 But when the husband5 And they reasoned with men saw him, they reasoned themselves, saying, If we among themselves, saying, shall say, From heaven ; he This is the heir: come, let us will say, Why then believed kill him, that the inheritance ye him not?

may be ours. 6 But and if we say, Of men; 15 So they cast him out of all the people will stone us : the vineyard, and killed him. for they be persuaded that What therefore shall the lord John was a prophet.

of the vineyard do unto them? 160

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