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CHAP. ILL. Incicly of his clitions. which is not lawful to cal but for the 5 Aod to have power to heal sick priests, and gave also to them which nesses, and to cast out devils. were with him?

16 And Simon be survained Peter: 27 And he said unto thein, Tle sab- 17 And James, the son of Zebedee bath was made for man, uld not minjand Jom the brother of James; and for the sabbath:

he surnamed them Boanerges, wliich 28 Therefore the Son of man is Lord is. The sons of thunder ;) also of the sabbath.

18 And Andrew, apd Philip, anal CHAP, III. .

Bartholomew, and Matthew, and A

ND he entered again into the Thoinas, and James the son of Alphe.

synagogue; and there was a man us, and Tbaddeus, and Simon the Ca there wluclı bada withered hand. naquite,

2 And they watched him, whether 19 Aud Judas Iscariot, which also he would heal himn on the sabbaui- betrayed bim; and they went into a day; tliat lhey might accuse him.

3 And be saith unto the man which 20 Ti And the inultitude comechi 10 ad tlic withered band, Stanforth. gether again, so that they could not so * And lie saith unto themi, Is it law. Inucli as eat bread. sul to do good on the sabbaib-days, or 21 And when his friends heard of it 10 do evil? to save life, or to kill they went oul lo lay boli on him; for But they held their peare.

they said, He is beside lumself. Ő And when lie liad looked round 2.1 An the scribes which (ime about on them with anger, being down from Jerusalein said, He hau Krieved for the hardness of their Beelzebub, and by the prince of thie carts, be saith into the man, Stretch devils casteth le out devils. forth thy hand. And he stretched it 23 And he called them unto hinil, out: and lis hand was restored whole and said unto them in parnbies, How as the other.

Can Satan cast out Satan? 6 And the Pharisees went forth, and ? And if a kingdom be divided straightway took counsel with the against itsell, that kingdom carmot Hcrodians gainst him, low they stand. might destroy him.

25 April a licuse be divided againsi 7 But Jesus withdrew himself with itself, that house cannot stanl. his disciples to the sea : and a great 26 And if Satan rise up against hiin multitudc from Galilee followed him, sell, and be divided, he cannot stand, and froin Judea,

but hath an end. 8 And from Jerusalem, and from Idu- 27 No man can cnter into a stroug mea, and from beyond Jordan; and men's bouse, and spoil his goods, ex they about Tyre and Sidon, a great cept he will first bind die strong man; multitude, whicn they had lieard what and then he will spoil his house. great things he did, came unto bin. 25 Verily I say unto you, All sing

9 And be spake to his disciples, that shall be forgiven unto the sons of mer, a small ship should wait on him be- and Waspliemies wherewith soever cause of tbe multitude, lest they should they shall blaspheme: throng him :

29 But he that shall blasphemeagamst 10 For he had healed many; inso- the Holy Ghost liath never forgivemuch that they pressed upon him for ncss, but is in danger of eternallamto touch him, as many as had playues.nation:

Il And unclcan spirits, when they 30 Because they said, Hchath u un-
Baw bim, fell down before him, and clean spirit.
cried, saying, Thou art the Son of 31 1 There cainc then bis brethren
God.

and his mother, ind, standing without, 12 And he straitly clarged them that sent ounto him, calling him. they should not inake him known). 2 And the inultitulle sat about lim;

1:3 And lie goeth up into a moun. and they said unto bin, Behold, thy lain, and calleth unto him whom he mother and thy brethren withcui seek would: and they came unto hidi. for thec.

1+ And he ordained twelve, ibat 33 And he answered them, saying, they sliould be with him, and iliat lie Wbo is iny motiier, or ny brethrea? miydi send them forth to preachi, 31 An he looked round about ou a rower to sol:

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Reason for parribles. S. MARK.

How to hear the goszich
Hein which sat about him, and said, are sown 0.2 stony ground; who, when
Beliold my mother and iny brethren!, they have licard the word, immedi

35 For whosoever shall do the will ately receive it with gladnece;
or Gud, the same is iny brother, and 17 And have no root in themselvec.
niy sister, and mother.

aud 30 endure but for a time: aster
CHAP. IV.

ward, when anlıction or persecutior AN

ND he began again to teach by the ariseth for the word's sake, immedi

sea-side: ud there was gathered ately they are offended. unto him a great multitude, so that he 18 And these are they which aro entered into a ship, and sat in the sea; sown ainong thorns; such as licar the and the wholc multitude was by the word, sea, on the land.

19 and the cares of this world, and 1 2 And he taught them many things the deceitfulness of riches, and the by pariables, and said unto them in his lusts of other things entering in, choke doctrinc,

the word, and it becometh unfruitful 3 Hcarken; Behold, tliere went out 20 And these are they wlich are

sown on good ground; such as bear •1 And it came to pass, as be sowed, lie word, and receive it, and bring some fell by the way-side, and the forth fruit, some thirty-fold, some sixlowls of the air came and devoured it ty, and some a hundred.

21 | And he said unto them, Is a ó And sone fell on stony ground, candle brought to be put under a where it had not much earth; and bugliel, or wider a bed ? and not to be unmediately it sprang up, because it set on a candlestick? had no depth of earth:

22 For there is nothing hid, whiclı But wlien the giu was up, it was shall not be manifesteil ; neither was scorched ; and because it had no root, anything kept secret, but wit it should it withered awily.

come abroad. 7 And some fell among .horns, and 23 If any nian harc cars to hrar, led the thorns grow up and choked it, and him he:ir. it yielded no fruit.

24 And he saith into then, Take 8 and other fell on good ground, and leed what ye bear: with what meas, did yield fruit that sprang up and in ure yo meet, it shall be measured lo creased, and brought foril, soine thirty, you; and unto you that hear shall ind soine sixty, and soine a hundred. Ingre be given.

9 And he said unto them, He that| 25 Forle that hath, to hiin shall be
hatlı ears to hear, let hiin hear. given; and he that hath not, from

10 1 And when he was aione, they biin shall be taken even that which
that were about him, with 1.le twelve, he hath.
asked of him the parable.

26 11 And he said, So is the kingdom
11 And he said unto them, Unto you of God, as if a man should casi seed
it is given to know the mystery of the into the ground;
kingdom of God: but unto them that 27 And should sleep, and rise night
are without, all these things are done and day, and the seed should spring
in parables :

and grow up, he knoweth not how. 1. That seeing they may see, and not 28 For the earth bringeth forth Cruit perceive; and learing they may hear, of herself ; first the blade, then the and not understand ; lest at any time ear, after that the full corn in the eau. they should be converted, and their 29 But when the fruit is brouglit fins slıould be forgiven them.

fortb, immediately he putteth in the 13 And he said unto them, Know ye sickle, because the harvest is conne. not this parable? and how when will 30 T And he said, Whereunto shall ye know all parables ?

we liken the kingdom of God? or 14 | The sower soweth the word. with what comparison shall we com15 And these are they by the way. pare it? side, where the word is sown; but, 31 It is like a grain of mustard-geed, when they have beard, Satan cometh which, when it is sown in the earth, jinmediately, and taketh away the is less than all the seeds that be in the word that was sown in their hearts. earth: 16 And Urese are liey likewise which 32 But when it is sown, it growcth

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CHAI', V.

Legion cast ouu. up, and becometh greater than all! God? I adjure thee by God, that thou herbs, and shooteth out great branch. torment ine not eg; so that the fowls of the air inay 8 (For he said unto him, Come out 'odge under the shadow of it. of the man, thme unclean spirit.)

33 And with many sure parables 9 And be asked him, What is thy spake he the word unto them, as they name? and be answered, saying, My were able to licar it.

name is Legion: for we are many. 34 But without a parable spake he 10 And he besought him inuch that not unto them; and when they were lie would not send them away out of alone, be expounded all things to lus the country. disciples.

11 Now there was there, nigh unto 35 And the same day, when the eren the mountains, a great herd ol' swine was come, he saith unto them, Let us Teeding. pass over unto the other side.

12 Aud all the devils besought him, 36 And wben they had sent away saying, Send us into the swine, thai the inultilude, they took him even as we may enter into them. he was in the ship. And there were 13 And forthwith Jesus gave tiem also with hin other little ships. leave. And the unclean spirits went

37 And there arose a great storm or out, and entered into the swine; and wind, and the waves beat into the thre berd ran violently down a steep ship, so that it was now lull.

plare into the sea, (they were aliout 38 And he was in the hinder part of two thousand,) and were chokeel in the ship, asleep on a pillow: and they the sea awake him, and say unto him, Mas- 14 And they that led the swine fed, ter, carest thou not that we perisb? and told it in the city, and in the

39 And he arose, and rebuked the country. And they went out to see wind, and said unto the sea, Peace, be what it was that was donc. sull. And the wind ceased, and tiere 15 And they come to Jesus, and ser was a great calm.

him that was possessed with the devil, 10 And he said unto them, Why are and bad the legion, sitting, and cloth je so fearful? bosy is it that ye lave ed, and in his right mind: and liey so faith?

were afraid. 41 And they ferred exceedingly, and 16 And they that saw it told them said one to another, What manner of how it befell to bim that was possessman is this, wat even the wind and the ed with the devil, and also concerning sea obey him?

the swine. CHAP. V.

17 And they began to pray him to ND they cane over unto the other depart out of their coasts.

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of the Gadarenes.

ship, he that had been possessed with 2 And when he was come out of the the devil prayed him that he might be enip, innmediately there met him out with lim. of the tombs a man with an unclean 19 Howheit Jesus suffered him not; spirit,

but saith unto bim, Go lionie to thy 3 Who had his dwelling among the friends, and tell them how great tombs; and no man could bind hiin, things the Lord bath done for thee, 110, not with chains:

and hath bad compassion on thee. * Because that he had been often 20 And he departed, and began to bound with felter and chains, and the publislı in Decapolis bow great things chains had been plucked asunder by Jesus had done for liin: and all men him, und the lettera broken in pieces: did niarvel neither could any inan lame liin. 21 1 And when Jesus was paaseul

6 And alway's night and day, he was over again by ship un** the other side in the mountains, and in the tombs, muck people gathered unlo hiin; and crying, and culung limself with stones. lie was nigh unto the sea.

6 But when he saw Jesus alar oft, 22 And, bebold, there coincth one ni he ran and worshipped him,

the rulers of the synagogue, Jairus les 7 And cried with a loud voice, and name; and when he saw him, he sell said, What have I to do with thee, at his feet, Jesus, thou Son of tie Most High| 23 And besought him greatly, saying

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S. MARK.

Asccnishing tinbclic. niy little daughter lieth at the point taketh the father and the mother of of death: I pray thee, come and lay the damsel, and then that were with thy hands on her, that she may be him, and entereth in where the dam healed; and she shall live.

sel was lying 24 And Jesus went with him; and 41 And he took the danised by the much people followed hiin, and land, and said unto her, Talitha-cumi; thronged bin

wbich is, being interpreted, Darusel, 2 ss And a certain woman, which (I say unto thce,) arise. nau an issue of blood twelve years, 4.2 And straightway the damselarosc,

26 And bad sull'ered many things of and walked; for she was of the age inany physicians, und had spent all of twelve years. And they were as. that she had, an was nothing better. Lonished with a great astonishment. cil, but rather grew worse,

43 And he charged thein straitly that 27 Vhen she had hearil or Jesus, no man should know it; and coni: caune in the press behind, au) touched manded that something should be giv. liis gament:

en her to cal.. 23 For she said, If I inay touch but

CHAP. VI. his clothes, I shall be whole. 29 And straigbeway the fountain or And he went out fiom thence, ana

ounc into liis own country; and facrislood was dried up; and she felt his disciples follow him. un her body that she was liealed of that 2 And when the sabbath day wag plaguc.

come, he began to teach in the syna30 And Jesus immediately knowing gogue: and many hearing him were in himself that virtue bad goncout of astonished, saying, From whence liati bim, turned hiin about in the press, this man these things ? and what wis. aud said, Wbo touched my clothes? Jom is this which is given unlo bim,

31 And his disciples said unto him, that cren euch mighty works are Tliou seest the inultitude thronging wrought by his hands? ther,anılsayest thou, Whio touched me 3 Is not this the carpenter, the son of

32 And he looked round about to see Mary, the brother of James, and Joses, her that had done this thing.

and of Juda, and Simon? and are not 33 But tlie woman, fearing and tren- his sisters here with us? And they hling, knowing what was done in lier, were ollended at him. came and reli down before him, anl 4 Put Jesus said unto them, A propi:told him all the truth,

ct is not without honour, but in bis 34 And he said unto her, Daughter, low country, and among his own kin, uy faith hath made thee whole; go and in bis own liouse. in peace, and be whole of thy plague. 5 And he could there do no mighty 36 [ While he yet spake, there camc work, save that he laid his bands upon froin the ruler of ihe synagogue's a few sick folk, and healed chem. house certain which said, 'Thy daugh. 6 And he marvelled because of their ier is dead: why troublest thou thc unbelief. And he went round about Naster any surther?

the villages teaching. 36 As soon as Jesus heard the word 7.1 And he callcd unto hin the that was spoken, be sailli unto the twelve, and began to send them fortlı ruler of the synagogue, Benot afraid, by two and two: and gave thein powe'r only believe.

over unclean spirits; 37 And lie sull'ered no man to follow 3 And coinmanded them that they hiin, savc Peter, and James, and John should take nothing for theirjourney, the brother of James.

save a staff only; no scrip, no bread, 38 And he cometh to the house of lhe ng money in their pursc: rulerof the synagogue, and sceth the 9 But be shod with sandals; and not lumult, and them that wept and wail. put on two coats. ed greatly.

10 And he said unto thein, In win 39 And when he was come in, he place soever ye cnter into a house, Aaith unto them, Why make ye this there abide till ye depart from thit ado, and weep? the damsel is not place. dead, but sleepeti.

lt And whosocver shall not receive 40 And they laughed bim to scorn. you, nor near you, when ye depart But when he had put them all ou, lie) thenice, sliake off uic dust under you

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СНАР. ТІ, .

Five thousand foc. fect for a testimony against them.,their sakes which sat with biin, h: Verily I say unto you, It shall be more would not reject her. tolerable for Sodom and Goinorral in 27 And iminediately the king sent the day of judgment than for Uiat city. an executioner, and commanded his

12 And they went out, and preached head to be brought: and he went and What we should repent.

beheaded him in the prison, 13 And they: cast out many devils, 28 and brought his bead in a charger, and anointed with oil many that were and gave it to the damsel: and the sick, and healed thon.

damsel gave it to her mother. 141 And king Herod hcard of him; 29 And when liis disciples heard of (for his name was spread abroad:) and it, they came and took up his corpsc, he said, 'That John ilie Baptist was and laid it in a tomb. riscu froin the deas and therefore 30 11 And the apostles gathered them mighty works do show forth them- selves togelberunioJesusand told him Helves in hin.

all things, both wat they bad done, 15 Others said, That it is Elias. And and wliat they had laught Others said, Tliat it is a prophet, or as 31 And lie said unto them, Come ye ne of the prophets.

yourselves apart into a desert place', 16 But when Herod heard thereof, he and rest awhile: for there were many said, It is John, whom I beheaded.ne coming and going, auid they had no is risen from the dead.

leisure so much as to cat. 17 For Herod bimself had sent forth 32 And uicy departed into a desert and laid hold upon John, and bound place by ship privately. hini in prison fór Herodias' sake, bis 33 And the people saw the deparı. brother Philip's wise; Cor he lad mar- ing, and many kuew him, and ravi ried lier.

a-loot thidheront of all cities, and oy:18 For John lad said unto IIerod, Il went them, and cane together unit) is not lawful for thec lo liave thy him. brother's wine.

31 And Jesus, when le came out, 19 Therefore Herodias had a quarrel saw much people, and was moved with Against him, and would have killed compiission toward then because thuck hin; but she could not:

were as sbeep not having a shepherd 30 For Herod leared John, knowing and he began to teach them mais that be was a just mai, and a holy, things. and observedim; and when liebenrul 35 And when the day was now line lim, he did many things, and heard spent, his disciples came unto him, hinn gladly,

and said, This is a desert plece, and 21 And when a convenient day was now the time is far passed; come, that Herod, on his birth-day, 36 Send them away, that they mily made a supper lo his lords, high cap go into the country round about, and lains, and chief escales of Galilee; into the villages, and buy themselves

22 And when the daughter of the bread : for they have nothing to eat. said Herodias came in, ard danced, 37 He cuiswered and said unto thevi, and pleased Herod, and them that sat Give ye them to cat. And they ary with him, the king said unto the cam- uuto him, Shall we go and buy two sel, Ask of me whatsoever thou wilt, hundred pennywortli or bread, and ud I will give it tlice,

give them to eat? 23 And be gware unto her, Whatso-1 38 He saith unto thein lioiy many erer thou shalt ask of mc, I will give loaves have ye? go and see. And it thec, unto the hall of my kingdon, when they knew, they say, Five, and

At And she went forth, and said unto two fishes. her mother, What shall I ask? and 39 And lie conimanded thiem to make she said, The Head of John the Baptist. all sit down by companies upon the 25 And she caine in straightway with green grass. haste unto thcking, and asked, saying, 40 And they sat down in ranks, by I will that thou give me by and by hundreds, and by listies. in a charger, the head of John the 41 And when he had taken the five Baptist.

loares and the two fishes, he look aj 26 And the king was exceeding sor. up to heaven, and blessed, and brake ry; yet for his oath's sake, and for die loaves, and give them to his dis

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