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S. LUKE.

our enemies. d35 But love ye your ene- clearly to pull out the mote mies, and do good, and lend, that is in thy brother's eye. hoping for nothing again; t 43 For a good tree bringeth and your reward shall be not forth corrupt fruit; neigreat, and ye shall be the ther doth a corrupt tree bring children of the Highest: for forth good fruit. he is kind unto the unthank 44 For every tree is known ful and to the evil.

by his own fruit. For of d36 Be ye therefore merciful, thorns men do not gather figs, as your Father also is mer- nor of a bramble bush gather ciful.

they grapes. d 37 Judge not, and ye shall t 45. A good man out of the not be judged: condemn not, good treasure of his heart and ye shall not be con- bringeth forth that which is demned: forgive, and ye good; and an evil man out of shall be forgiven:

the evil treasure of his heart d38 Give, and it shall be giv- bringeth forth that which is en unto you; good measure, evil: for of the abundance of pressed down, and shaken to the heart his mouth speaketh. gether, and running over, 46 s And why call ye me, shall men give into your bo- Lord, Lord, and do not the som. For with the same mea- things which I say? sure that ye mete withal iti 47 Whosoever cometh to me, shall be ineasured to you and heareth my sayings, and again.

doeth them, I will shew you i 39 And he spake a para- to whom he is like: ble unto them, Can the blind 48 He is like a inan which lead the blind? shall they not built an house, and digged both fall into the ditch? deep, and laid the foundation

40 The disciple is not above on a rock: and when the flood his master: but everyone arose, the stream beat vethat is perfect shall be as hemently upon that house, his master.

and could not shake it: for it d 41 And why beholdest thou was founded upon a rock. the mote that is in thy bro- i 49 But he that heareth, and ther's eye, but perceivest doeth not, is like a man that not the beam that is in thine without a foundation built an own eye?

house upon the earth; against 42 Either how canst thou say which the stream did beat veto thy brother, Brother, let hemently, and immediately me pull out the mote that is it fell; and the ruin of that in thine eye, when thon thy- house was great, self beholdest not the beam & CHAP. VII. that is in thine own eye? OW when he had ended Thou hypocrite, cast out first

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The centurion's faith. CHAP. VII. The dead raised. f2 And a certain centurion's f11g And it came to pass servant, who was dear unto the day after, that he went him, was sick, and ready to into a city called Nain; and die.

many of his disciples went 3 And when he heard of with him, and much people. Jesus, he sent unto him the s 12 Now'when he came nigh elders of the Jews, beseech- to the gate of the city, being him that he would come hold, there was a dead man and heal his servant.

carried out, the only son of 4 And when they came to his mother, and she was a Jesus, they besought him in- widow: and much people of stantly, saying, That he was the city was with her, worthy for whom he should h 13 And when the Lord saw do this:

her, he had compassion on 5 For he loveth our nation, her, and said unto her, Weep and he hath built us a syna. not. gogue.

14 And he came and touch6 Then Jesus went with ed the bier: and they that them. And when he was now bare him stood still. And he not far from the house, the said, Young man, I say unto centurion sent friends to him, thee, Arise. saying unto him, Lord, trou- m15 And he that was dead ble not thyself; for I am not sat up, and began to speak. worthy that thou shouldest And he delivered him to his enter under my roof:

mother. 7Wherefore neither thought 16 And there came a fear I myself worthy to come un- on all: and they glorified to thee: but say in a word,and God, saying, That a great my servant shall be healed. prophet is l'isen up among t 8 For I also am a man set us; and, That God hath visitunder authority, having un- ed his people. der me soldiers, and I say un- g 17 And this rumour of him to one, Go, and he goeth; and went forth throughout all to another, Come, and he Judea, and throughout all cometh; and to my servant, the region round about. Do this, and he doeth it. f 18 And the disciples of

9 When Jesus heard these John shewed him of all these things, he marvelled at him, things. and turned him about, and 199 And John calling unto said unto the people that fol. him two of his disciples sent lowed him, I say unto you, I them to Jesus, saying, Art have not found so great faith, thou he that should come? or no, not in Israel.

look we for another? mío And they that were sent,

20 When the men were come returning to the house, found unto him, they said, John the servant whole that had Baptist hath sent us unto been sick.

Ithee, saying, Art thou he

in me.

Christ's testimony S. LUKE.

of John. that should come? or look we least in the kingdom of God for another?

is greater than he. m21 And in the same hour he 29 And all the people that cured many of their infirmi- heard him, and the publities and plagues, and of evil cans, justified God, being spirits; and unto many that baptized with the baptism were blind he gave sight. of John. d 22 Then Jesus answering p 30 But the Pharisees and said unto them,Go your way, lawyers rejected the counsel and tell John what things ye of God against themselves, have seen and heard; how being not baptized of him. that the blind see, the lame 31 | And the Lord said, walk, the lepers are cleansed, Whereunto then shall I liken the deaf hear, the dead are the men of this generation? raised, to the poor the gospel and to what are they like? is preached.

i 32 They are like unto chilf 23 And blessed is he, who-dren sitting in the marketsoever shall not be offended place, and calling one to an

other, and saying, We have 24 ( And when the mes- piped unto you, and ye have sengers of John were de- not danced; we have mourned parted, he began to speak to you, and ye have not wept. unto the people concern 33 For John the Baptist ing John, What went ye out came neither eating bread into the wilderness for to nor drinking wine; and ye see? A reed shaken with say, He hath a devil. the wind?

34 The Son of man is come 25 But what went ye out eating and drinking; and ye for to see? A man clothed in say, Behold a gluttonous soft raiment? Behold, they man, and a wine-bibber, a which are gorgeously appar- friend of publicans and sinelled, and live delicately, are ners! in hings' courts.

35 But wisdom is justified of 26 But what went ye out all her children. for to see? A prophet? Yea, 136 4 And one of the PhaI say unto you, and much risees desired him that he more than a prophet. would eat with him. And p 27 This is he, of whom it he went into the Pharisee's is written, Behold, I send my house, and sat down to meat. messenger before thy face, d37 And, behold, a woman which shall prepare thy way in the city, which was a sinbefore thee.

ner, when she knew that Jet 28 For I say unto you, sus sat at meat in the PhariAmong those that are born see's house, brought an alaof women there is not a baster box of ointment, greater prophet than John 38 And stood at his feet bethe Baptist

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S. LUKE.

of John.
hould come? or look we least in the kingdom of God
hother?

is greater than he.
und in the same hour he 29 And all the people that

many of their infirmi- heard him, and the publi-
ad plagues, and of evil cans, justified God, being
; and unto many that baptized with the baptisma
lind he gave sight. of John.
Then Jesus answering p 30 But the Pharisees and
to them, Go your way, lawyers rejected the counsel
1 John what things ve of God against themselves,
een and heard; how being not baptized of him,
he blind see, the lame 31 | And the Lord said,

he lepers are cleansed, Whereunto then shall I liken
f hear, the dead are the men of this generation?
to the poor the gospel and to what are they like?
hed.

i 32 They are like unto chil. nd blessed is he, who- dren sitting in the marketshall not be offended place, and calling one to all

other, and saying, We have And when the mes- piped unto you, and ye have

of John were de- not danced; we have mourned he began to speak to you, and ye have not wept

. e people concern 33 For John the Baptist

What went ye out came neither eating bread wilderness for to nor drinking wine; and ye reed shaken with say, He hath a devil.

34 The Son of man is come
what went ye out eating and drinking; and ye

A man clothed in say, Behold a gluttonous
ent? Behold, they man, and a wine-bibber, a
gorgeously appar- friend of publicans and si-
Vive delicately, are ners!
courts.

35 But wisdom is justified of
what went ye out all her children.

A prophet? Yea, 136 g And one of the Pha.
o you, and much risees desired him that he

a prophet. would eat with him. And
is he, of whom it he went into the Pharisee's
Behold, I send my house, and sat down to meat.
before thy face, u 37 And, behold, a woman
1 prepare thy way in the city, which was a sin-
I say unto you, sus sat at meat in the Phari-
pse that are born see's house, brought an ala-

there is not a baster box of ointment,
phet than John 38 And stood at his feet be

but he that is hind him weeping, and be

the press.

Parable of the sower. S. LUKE. and of the candle. sprung up, it withered away, d 16 ( No man, when he hath because it lacked moisture. 'lighted a candle, covereth it

7 And some fell among with a vessel, or putteth it thorns;and the thorns sprang under a bed; but setteth it on up with it, and choked it. a candlestick, that they which

8 And other fell on good enter in may see the light. ground, and sprang up, and t 17 For nothing is secret, bare fruit an hundred fold. that shall not be made maniAnd when he had said these fest; neither any thing hid, things, he cried, He that hath that shall not be known and ears to hear, let him hear. come abroad.

9 And his disciples asked d 18 Take heed therefore how him, saying, what might ye hear: for whosoever hath, this parable be?

to him shall be given; and t 10 And he said, Unto you whosoever hath not, from it is given to know the mys- him shall be taken even that teries of the kingdom of God: which he seemeth to have. but to others in parables; that f 19 $ Then came to him his seeing they might not see, mother and his brethren, and and hearing they might not could not come at him for understand.

11 Now the parable is this: 20 And it was told him by The seed is the word of God. certain which said, Thy mo

12 Those by the way side ther and thy brethren stand are they that hear; then com- without, desiring to see thee. eth the devil, and taketh d 21 And he answered and away the word out of their said unto them, My mother hearts, lest they should be- and my brethren are these lieve and be saved.

which hear the word of God, 13 They on the rock are and do it. they, which, when they hear, f 22 Now it came to pass on receive the word with joy, a certain day, that he went and these have no root, which into a ship with his disciples: for a while believe, and in and he said unto them, Let us time of temptation fallaway: goover unto the other side of

14 And that which fell the lake. And they launched among thorns

are they, forth. which, when they have heard, 23 But as they sailed he go forth, and are choked with fell asleep: and there came cares and riches and plea- down a storm of wind on the sures of this life, and bring lake; and they were filled no fruit to perfection. with water, and were in c 15 But that on the good jeopardy. ground are they, which in an in24 And they came to him, honest and good heart,having and awoke him, saying, Masheard the word, keep it, and ter, master, we perish. Then bringforthfruit with patience. The arose, and rebuked the

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