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Peter reproved. CHAP. XVII. Christ transfigured. r 21 ( From that time forth seth them up into an high began Jesus to shew unto his mountain apart, disciples, how that he must t*2 And was transfigured bego unto Jerusalem, and suffer fore them: and his face did many things of the elders and shine as the sun, and his raichief priests and scribes, and ment was white as the light. be killed, and be raised again 3 And, behold, there apthe third day.

peared unto them Moses and 22 Then Peter took him, Elias talking with him. and began to rebuke him, 4 Then answered Peter and saying, Be it far from thee, said unto Jesus, Lord, it isgood Lord: this shall not be unto for us to be here: if thou wilt, thee.

let us make here three tabert 23 But he turned, and said nacles; one for thee, and one unto Peter, Get thee behind for Moses, and one for Elias. me,Satan: thou art an offence t 5 While he yet spake, beunto me: for thou savourest hold, a bright cloud overnot the things that be of God, shadowed them; and behold but those that be of men. a voice out of the cloud, which d 24 4 Then said Jesus unto said, This is my beloved Son, his disciples, Ifany man will in whom I am well pleased; come after me, let him deny hear ye him. himself, and take up his f 6 And when the disciples cross, and follow me.

heard it, they fell on their 25 for whosoever will save face, and were sore afraid. his life shall lose it: and who 7 AndJesus came and touchsoever will lose his life for ed them, and said, Arise, and my sake shall find it. be not afraid.

26 For what is a man profit-f 8 And when they had lifted ed, if he shall gain the whole up their eyes, they saw no world, and lose his own soul? man, save Jesus only. or what shall a man give in 9 And as they came down exchange for his soul? from the mountain, Jesus g 27 For the Son of man shall charged them, saying, Tell come in the glory of his Fa- the vision to no man, until ther with his angels; and then the Son of man be risen again he shall reward every man from the dead. according to his works. 10 And his disciples asked

28 Verily I say unto you, him, saying, Why then say There be some standing here, the scribes that Élias must which shall not taste of death, first come? till they see the Son of man 11 And Jesus answered and coming in his kingdom. said unto them, Elias truly

CHAP. XVII. shall first come, and restore ND days all things. John his brother, and bring- Elias is come already, and

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9 lunatick healed. S. MATTHEW. Of paying tribute. they knew him not, but have | Galilee,Jesus said unto them, done unto him whatsoever The Son of man shall be betheylisted. Likewise shallalso trayed into the hands of men: the Son of man suffer of them. 23 And they shall kill him,

13 Then the disciples un- and the third day he shall be derstood that he spake unto raised again. And they were them of John the Baptist. exceeding sorry. f 149 And when they were f 24 g And when they were come to the multitude, there come to Capernaum, they that came to him a certain man, received tribute money came kneeling down to him, and to Peter, and said, Doth not saying,

your master pay tribute? 15 Lord, have mercy on my 25 He saith, Yes. And when son: for he is lunatick, and he was come into the house, sore vexed: for ofttimes he Jesus prevented him, saying, falleth into the fire, and oft What thinkest thou, Simon? into the

of whom do the kings of the 16 And I brought him to earth take custom or tribute? thy disciples, and they could of their own children, or of not cure him.

strangers? t 17 Then Jesus answered and 26 Peter saith unto hin, Of said, O faithless and perverse strangers. Jesus saith unto generation, how long shall I him, Then are the children be with you? how long shall I free. suffer you? bring him hither - 27 Notwithstanding, lest we to me.

should offend them, go thou m 18 And Jesus rebuked the to the sea, and cast an hook, devil; and he departed out of and take up the fish that first him; and the child was cured cometh up; and when thou from that very hour. hast opened his mouth, thou f 19 Then came the disciples shalt find a piece of money: to Jesus apart, and said, Why that take, and give unto them could not we cast him out? for me and thee. t 20 And Jesus said unto f CHAP. XVIII. them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto

A disciples unto Jesus, sayyou, If ye have faith as a ing, Who is the greatest in grain of mustard seed, ye the kingdom of heaven? shall say unto this moun

2 And Jesus called a little tain, Remove hence to yonder child unto him, and set him place; and it shall remove; in the midst of them, and nothing shall be impos- t*3And said, Verily I say unto

you, Except ye be converted, d 21 Howbeit this kind goeth and become as little children, not out but by prayer and ye shall not enter into the

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to be humble. humble himself as this little 13 And if so be that he find child, the same is greatest in it, verily I say unto you, he the kingdom of heaven. rejoiceth more of that sheep,

5 And whoso shall receive than of the ninety and nine one such little child in my which went not astray. name receiveth me.

t 14 Even so it is not the will t 6 Butwhoso shall offend one of your Father which is in of these little ones which be- heaven, that one of these litlieve in me, it were better for tle ones should perish. him that a millstone were d*159 Moreover, if thy, brohanged about his neck, and ther shall trespass against that he were drowned in the thee, go and tell him his depth of the sea.

fault between thee and him w79 Woe unto the world be alone: if he shall hear thee, cause of offences! for it must thou hast gained thy brother. needs be that offences come; il 16 But if he will not hear but woe to that man by whom thee, then take with thee one the oftence cometh!

or two more, that in the d 8 Wherefore if thy hand or mouth of two or three, witthy foot offend thee, ent them neses every word may

be off, and cast them from thee: established. it is better for thee to enter d 17 And if he shall neglect into life halt or maimed, to hear them, tell it unto the rather than having two hands church: but if he neglect to or two feet to be cast into hear the church, let him be everlasting fire.

tunto thee as an heathen man t 9 And it thine eye offend and a publican. thee, pluck it out, and cast 18 Verily I say unto you, it from thee: it is better for Whatsoever ye shall bind on thee to enter into life with one earth shall be bound in heaeye, rather than having two yen: and whatsoever ye shall eyes to be cast into hell fire. loose on earth, shall be loosed d 10 Take heed that ye des- in heaven. pise not one of these little 6 19 Again I say unto you, ones; for I say unto you, That That iť two of you shall in heaven their angels do al- agree on earth as touching ways behold the face of my any thing that they shall ask, Father which is in heaven. it shall be done for them of t 11 For the Son of man is come my Father which is in heato save that which was lost. ven.

12 How think ye? if a man t*20 For where two or three have an hundred sheep, and are gathered together in my one of them be gone astray, name, there am I in the doth he not leave the ninety midst of them. and nine, and goeth into the 8219 Then came Peter to mountains, and seeketh that him, and said, Lord, how oft which is gone astray?

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How oft to forgive. S. MATTHEW. He healeth the sick. me, and I forgive him? till came and told unto their seven times?

lord all that was done. d 22 Jesus saith unto him, I 32 Then his lord, after that say not unto thee, Until se- he had called him, said unto ven times: but, Until seventy him, O thou wicked servant, times seven.

I forgave thee all that debt, i 239 Therefore is the king- because thou desiredst me: dom of heaven likened unto d 33 Shouldest not thou also a certain king, which would have had compassion on thy take account of his servants. fellow-servant, even as I had

24 And when he had begun pity on thee? to reckon, one was brought 34 And his lord was wroth, unto him, which owed him and delivered him to the torten thousand talents,

mentors, till he should pay 25 But forasmuch as he had all that was due unto him. not to pay, his lord com- t 35 So likewise shall my manded bim to be sold, and heavenly Father do also unto his wife, and children, and you, if ye from your hearts all that he had, and payment forgive not everyone his to be made.

brother their trespasses. 26 The servant therefore f CHAP. XIX. him, saying, Lord, have pa

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when Jesus had finished tience with me, and I will these sayings, he departed pay thee all.

from Galilee, and came into 27 Then the lord of that the coasts of Judea beyond servant was moved with com- Jordan; passion, and loosed him, and m2 And great multitudes folforgave him the debt. lowed him; and he healed

28 But the same servant them there, went out, and found one of f3 The Pharisees also his fellow-servants, which came unto him, tempting owed him an hundred pence: him, and saying unto him, Is and he laid hands on him and it lawful for a man to put took him by the throat, say- away his wife for every cause? ing, Pay me that thou owest. 4 And he answered and

29 And his fellow-servant said unto them, Have ye not fell down at his feet, and be- read, that he which inade sought him, saying, Have them at the beginning made patience with me, and I will them male and female, pay thee all.

5 And said, For this cause 30 And he would not: but shall a man leave father and went andcast him intoprison. mother, and shall cleave to till he should pay the debt. his wife: and they twain

31 So when his fellow-ser- shall be one flesh? vants saw what was done, t 6 Wherefore they are they were very sorry, and more twain, but one flesh.

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