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The issue of S. MATTHEW. blood healed, &c. things unto them, behold, unto them, Believe ye that I there came a certain ruler, am able to do this? They said and worshipped him, saying, unto him, Yea, Lord. My daughter is even now 29 Then touched he their dead: but come and lay thy eyes, saying, According to hand upon her, and she shall your faith be it unto you.
30 And their eyes were 19 And Jesus arose, and fol- opened; and Jesus straitly lowed him, and so did his dis- charged them, saying, See ciples.
that no man know it. f208 And, behold, a woman, 31 But they, when they which was diseased with an were departed,spread abroad issue of blood twelve years, his fame in all that councame behind him, and touch- try. ed the hem of his garment: 132 % As they went out, beC 21 For she said within her- hold, they brought to him a self, If I may but touch his dumb man possessed with a garment, I shall be whole. devil. m22 But Jesus turned him m33 And when the devil was about, and when he saw her, cast out, the dumb spake: he said, Daughter, be of good and the multitudes marvelcomfort; thy faith hath made led, saying, It was never so thee whole. And the woman seen in Israel. was made whole from that 34 But the Pharisees said, hour.
he casteth out devils through 23 And when Jesus came the prince of the devils. into the ruler's house, and m35 And Jesus went about all saw the minstrels and the the cities and villages, teachpeople making a noise, ing in their synagogues, and
24 He said unto them, Give preaching the gospel of the place: for the maid is not kingdom, and healing every dead, but sleepeth. And they sickness and every disease laughed him to scorn. among the people. m25 But when the people h 36 l But when he saw the were put for he went in, multitudes, he was moved and took her by the hand, with compassion on them, and the maid arose, because they fainted, and f 26 And the fame hereof were scattered abroad, as went abroad into all thatland. sheep having no shepherd. $27 And when Jesus de- d 37 Then saith he unto his parted thence, two blind men disciples, The harvest truly followed him, crying, and is plenteous, but the laboursaying, Thou son of David, ers are few; have mercy on us.
38 Pray ye therefore the † 28 And when he was come Lord of the harvest, that he into the house, the blind men will send forth labourers into came to him: and Jesus saith his harvest,
sent out, &c. f CHAP. X.
into whatsoever A
unto him his twelve enquire who in it is worthy; disciples, he gave them and there abide till ye go power against unclean spi: thence. rits, to cast them out, and o 12 And when ye come into to heal all manner of sick- an house, salute it. ness and all manner of 13 And if the house be disease.
worthy, let your peace come 2 Now the names of the upon it: but if it be not twelve apostles are these: worthy, let your peace reThe first, Simon, who is cail-turn to you. ed Peter, and Andrew his 14 And whosoever shall not brother; James the son of receive you, nor hear your Zebedee, and John his bro- words, when ye depart out
of that house or city, shake 3 Philip and Bartholomew; off the dust of your teet. Thomas, and Matthew the w15 Verily I say unto you, it publican;James the son of Al- shall be more tolerable for pheus, and Lebbeus, whose the land of Sodom and Gosurname was Thaddeus; morrha in the day of judg
4 Simon the Canaanite, ment, than for that city. and Judas Iscariot, who also d 16 4 Behold, I send you betrayed him.
forth as sheep in the midst d 5 These twelve Jesus sent of wolves: be ye therefore forth, and commanded them, wise as serpents, and harmsaying, Go not into the way less as doves. of the Gentiles, and into any . 17 But beware of men: for city of the Samaritans enter they will deliver you up to
the councils, and they will 6 But go rather to the lost scourge you in their synasheep of the house of Israel. gogues; d7 And as ye go, preach, And ye shall be brought saying, The kingdom of hea- before governors and kings ven is at hand.
for my sake, for a testimony 8 Heal the sick, cleanse against them and the Genthe lepers, raise the dead, tiles. cast out devils: freely yé d 19 But when they deliver have received, freely give. you up, take no thought how
9 Provide neither gold, nor or what ye shall speak: for it silver, nor brass in your shall be given you in that purses,
same hour what ye shall 10 Nor scrip for your jour- speak. ney, neither two coats, nei 20 For it is not ye that ther shoes, nor yet staves: speak, but the Spirit of your for the workman is worthy Father which speaketh in of his meat,
Christ encourageth S. MATTHEW. his disciples, 6'c.
shall confess me before men,
33 But whosoever shall ded 23 But when they persecute ny me before men, him will you in this city, flee ye into I also deny before my Father another: for verily I say unto which is in heaven. you, Ye shall not have gone r 34 Think not that I am over the cities of Israel, till come to send peace on earth: the Son of man be come. I came ne to send peace,
24 The disciple is not above but a sword. his master, nor the servant 35 For I am come to set a above his lord.
man at variance against his 25 It is enough for the dis- father, and the daughter ciple that he be as his master, against her mother, and the and the servant as his lord. daughter in law against her If they have called the mas- mother in law. ter of the house Beelzebub, 36 And a man's foes shall how much more shall they be they of his own household. call them of his household? t 37 He that loveth father or d 26 Fear them not therefore: mother more than me is not for there is nothing covered, worthy of me: and he that that shall not be revealed; loveth son or daughter more and hid, that shall not be than me is not worthy of me. known.
38 And he that taketh not 27 What I tell you in dark- his cross, and followeth after ness, that speak ye in light: me, is not worthy of me. and what ye hear in the ear, 39 He that findeth his life that preach ye upon the shall lose it: and he that housetops:
loseth his life for my sake d 28 And fear not them which shall find it. kill the body, but are not 40 He that receiveth you able to kill the soul: but ra- receiveth me, and he that ther fear him which is able receiveth me receiveth him to destroy both soul and body that sent me. in hell.
41 He that receiveth a pro29 Are not two sparrows phet in the name of a prosold for a farthing? and one of phet shall receive a prophet's them shall not fall on the reward; and he that receive und without
of John. name of a righteous man 9 But what went ye out for shall receive a righteous to see? A prophet? yea, I man's reward.
say unto you, and more than • 42 And whosoever shall a prophet. give to drink unto one oť a 10 For this is he of whom ihese little ones a cup of cold it is written, Behold, I send water only in the name of a my messenger before thy disciple, verily I say unto face, which shall prepare you, he shall in no wise lose thy way before thee. his reward.
ii Verily I say unto you, f CHAP. XI. Among them that are born
ND it camet o pass, when of women there hath not of commanding his twelve Baptist: notwithstanding he disciples, he departed thence that is least in the kingdom to teach and to preach in of heaven is greater than he. their cities.
t 12 And from the days of 2 Now when "John had John the Baptist until now heard in the prison the works the kingdom of heaven sufof Christ, he sent two of his fereth violence, and the viodisciples,
lent take it by force. 3 And said unto him, Art 13 For all the prophets and thou he that should come, or the law prophesied until do we look for another? John. 4 Jesus answered and said
14 And if ye will receive it, unto them, Go and shew John this is Elias, which was for again those things which ye to come. do hear and see:
15 He that hath ears to hear, m 5 The blind receive their let him hear. sight, and the lame walk, the i 16 9 But whereunto shall lepers are cleansed, and the I liken this generation. It is deaf hear, the dead are raised like unto children sitting in ed up, and the poor have the the markets, and calling ungospel preached to them. to their fellows, 86 And blessed is he, whosoev 17 And saying, We have er shall not be offended in me, piped unto you, and ye have
7 And as they departed, not danced; we have mournJesus began to say unto the ed unto you, and ye have not multitudes concerning John, lamented. What went ye out into the 18 For John came neither wilderness to see? A reed eating nor drinking, and shaken with the wind?
they say, He hath a devil. 8 But what went ye out for 19 The Son of man came to see?
A man clothed in eating and drinking, and soft raiment? behold, they they say, Behold a man glutthat wear soft clothing are in tonous, and a winebibber, a kings' bouses.
friend of publicans and sin
822 But I say unto you, it A Ththat timeJesus went on
The cities upbraided. S. MATTHEW.
Pharisees chided. ners. But wisdom is justifi-| d28 Come unto me, all ye ed of her children.
that Tabour and are heavy 204 Then began he to up- laden, and I will give you braid the cities wherein most rest. of his mighty works were 6 29 Take my yoke upon you, done, because they repented and learn of me; for I am not:
meek and lowly in heart: and w21Woe unto thee, Chorazin! ye shall find rest unto your woe unto thee, Bethsaida! for souls. if the mighty works, which 30 For my yoke is easy, were done in you, bad heen and my burden is light. done in Tyre and Sidon, they would have repented long f CHAP. XII. ago in sackcloth and ashes.
the sabbath day through shall be more tolerable for the corn; and his disciples Tyre and Sidon at the day were an hungred, and began of judgment, than for you. to pluck the ears of corn, and w23 And thou, Capernaum, to eat. which art exalted unto hea 2 But when the Pharisees ven, shalt be brought down saw it, they said unto him, to hell: for if the mighty Behold, thy disciples do that works, which have been done which is not lawful to do in thee, had been done in So- upon the sabbath day. dom, it would have remained 3 But he said unto them, until this day.
Have ye not read what David 24 But I say unto you, That did, when he was an hunit shall be more tolerable for gred, and they that were the land of Sodom in the day with him; of judgment, than for thee. 4 How he entered into the t 25 9 At that time Jesus an- house of God, and did eat swered and said, I thank the shewbread, which was thee, O Father, Lord of hea- not lawful for him to eat, ven and earth, because thou neither for them which were hast hid these things from with him, but only for the the wise and prudent, and priests? hast revealed them unto 5 Or have ye not read in the babes.
law, how that on the sabbath 26 Even so, Father: for so days the priests in the temple it seemed good in thy sight. profane the sabbath, and are t 27 All things are delivered blameless? unto me of my Father: and 6 But I say unto you, That no man knoweth the Son, but in this place is one greater the Father; neither knoweth than the temple. any man the Father, save 7 But if ye had known what the Son, and he to whomso- this meaneth, I will have ever the Son will reveal him. I mercy, and not sacrifice, ye