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Traditions condemned. ciples to get before them; and the 2 And when tbey saw sonie or liis two fishes divided bc among them all. disciples eat bread with defileu (that

42 And they did all eat, and were is to say, with unwashen) hands, they filled,

found fault. 43 And they took up twelve baskets 3 For the Phariseee,and all the Jews, sull of the fragments, and of the fishes. except they wash their bands oft, eat

44 And they that did cat of the loaves not, bolding the tradition of the elders. were about five thousand men.

4 And when they come from the 45 And straightway be constrained market, except they waslı, they eat his disciples to get into the ship, and not. And many other things there be to wo to the other side before unto which they have received to bold, as Bethsaida, while he sent away the the washing of cups, and pots, and people.

brasen vessels, and tables. 46 Anc when he had sent them 5 Then the Pharisees and susides away, he departed into a mountain to asked him, Why walk not thy discipray.

ples according to the tradition of the 17 And when even was come, the elders, but eat bread with unwaslieu ship was in the midst of the sea, and bands? lie a!one on the land.

6 He answered and said unto them, 18 And he saw them toiling in row. Well hath Esaias prophesied of you ng: (for the wind was contrary unto hypocrites, as it is wrillen, This peotiem.) and about tbe fourth watch of ple honoureth me wich their lips, but the night lie coineth unto them, walk-their heart is far from me. ing upon the sea, and would have 7 Howbeit in rain do they worship passed by them.

me, teaching for doctrines the com 49 But when they saw him walking mandments

of men. upon the sca, they supposed it had 8 For, laying aside the command been a spirit, and cried out:

ment of God, ye lold the tradition o 60 (For they all saw hiin, and were men, as thic wasliing of pots and cups: troubled :) and immediately he talked and many other such like things ye do. with them, and sailli unto them, Be of 9 And he said unto them, l'ull well good cheer; it is l; be not afraid.

yc reject the commandment of God, 61 And he went up unto them into that ye may keep your own tradition. the ship; and the wind ceased : and 10 For Moses said, Honour thy father they were sore amazed in themselves and thy mother; and, Wboso curseth beyond measure, and wondered.

father or molber, let him die the 52 For they considered not the mira. death: cle of the loaves; for their heart was 11 But ye say, If a man shall say to hardened.

bis father or mother, It is Corban, 63 And when they had passed over, that is to say, a gist, by wliatsoever they came into the land of Gennesaret, thou mightest be profited by me; he and drew to the shore.

shall be free. 14 And wbca they were come out 12 And ye suffer him no more to do of the ship, straightway they knew aught for his father or bis mother: bim,

13 Daking tbe word of God of none 53 And ran through that whole region effect through your tradition, wbich round about, and began to carry about ye bave delivered: and many such in beds those that were sick, where like tbinge do ye. they heard lie was.

11 And when he had called all the 66 Anit whithersoever be entered, people unto him, he said unto them, into villages, or cities, or country, they Hcarken unto me every one of you, laid wie sick in the streets, and be- and understand: bought him that they might touch if it 15 There is nothing from without a were but the border of bis garaient: man, that enlering into him can defile and as many as touched him were bim; but the tbinge which come out made whole.

of him, those are they that defile the CHAP. VII, THEN came together into him the 16 If any man have earn to licar, let

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Tour thousind jed the house from the people, his dis-sigued, and sailh wito hiu, Ephiphia ciples asked bin concerning the par- tba, that is, Be opened.

35 And staightway liis ears were 18 and he saith unto them, Are ye opened, and the string of his longue 60 without understanding also? Do ye was loosed, and he spake plain. uot perceive, that whatsvever ting 36 And he charged them that they from without entered into the man, should tell 110 man; but the more le il cannot delilc lim;

cbarged them, so much the inore a 19 because it' entereth not into his great deal they published is; lieart, but into the belly, and gneth out 37 Aud were beyond ineasure astoninto the draught, purging all dicats? ished, saying, He bath done all things

20 And he said, That which cometh well: he maketh both the dead'le out of the inanı, that defiletli the man, hear, and the dumb to speak. 21 For from withiin, out of the heart

CHAP, VIII. of men, proceed evil troughts, adulteries, lomnications, inurders,

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TN those days, the multitude being 22 Theats, covetousness, wickedness, very grcat, and having nothing to neceit, lasciviousness, an evil eyc, eat, Jesus called his disciples una blasphemy, pride, foolislınces : him, and said unto them,

23 All these evil things come from 2 I have compassion on the multiwithin, and delile the man.

tude, because they have now been 24 TT Aud liom thence he arose, and with me three days, and have nothing went into the borders of Tyre and to cat; Sidon, and entered into a house, and 3 And if I send them away fasting would have no mani kuov il : bullic to their own houses, they will lantliy could not be hid.

the way; for divers of thein caine 25 For a certain woman, wbose from alv. young daughter had iui unclean spirit, 4 And his disciples anywerci him, heur of him, and caine und fellat his From whence can a man satisfy these feet ;

mcr will bread here in the wilder. 26 (The woman was a Greek, i Sy- ness? complieniciau bus nation;) and she be- 5 And he asked them, Flow many fought hien that he would cast forth loures have ye? And they sul, Severi. the devil out of her daughter.

6 And he connaided the people u 27 But Jesus said unto lier, Let the sit down on the ground: and lie iook chillren first be filled: for it is not the sereu loaves, and gave thanks, meet to take the children's bread, ud and brake, and gave to his disciples to cast it unto the dogs.

to sct before them; and wey did sc! 28 And she answered and said unto them belore the people. liin, Yes, Lord: yet the cloys uncler 7 And they had a few sinall fishes: the table et or the children's crumbs, and be blessed, amicom:nanded to set

29 Anlle said wto her, For this wem also before then!. raying go thy way; the devil is gone S So they did eat, and were Glled: out of thy diughter.

nod they took up of the broken mcat 30 And wlieni slie was come to lier that lelt, seven bäskeis. house, she found the devil gone out, 9 And they that had caten were: ad lier daughter laid upon the bed. about four thousand: audac seni

31 T and agun, departing from the then away. coasts of Tyre and Silon, he came 10 T And straightway he entered into unto the son of Galilee, through the a ship with his disciples, and canne nudst of the coasts of Decapolis. into the fourts of Dalmanutha.

32 And they bring unto him one that 11 And the Parisees came forth, and was dertl, and had an inpediment in began to question with him, secking or liis speech; w tley beseech linn to him a sign from heaven, lempting tem, put his band

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12 And he sighed deeply in his spir. 33 And lie tvok bim aside from the it, and saith, Why doth this genent bullitude, and put his lingers into his lion scek alter il sign? Verily I EV ears, and he spit, and touched bis unto you, There shall no sigu be given bugile;

unto this genomlion. 31 And, looking up to learen, liel 13 And he left them, and, enicring

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Christian raicarus. into the ship again, departed to the 31 1 And he began w teach them. other side,

that the Son of man must suller niany 14 1 Now the disciples bad forgotten things, and be rejected of tbe elders, to take bread, neither had they in the and of the chief priests, and scribes, siip with them more than one loaf. and be killed, and after three days

lo And be charged them,saying, Take rise aynin. hecd, beware of the leaven of the 32 And he spake that saying openly l'barisces, and of the leaven of Herod. And Peter took him, and began to re

16 And they reasoned among them- buke him. selves, saying, It is because we liave 33 But when lie bad turned about, 10 bread.

and looked on liis disciples, he re. 17 And wheu Jesus knew il, he saith buked Peler, saying, Get thee behind Hinto them, Why reason ye because ye me, Satan: for thou savourest not the lave no bread? perceive ye not yet, things that be of God, but the things neitlier understand? bave ye your that be of men. lieart yet hardened?

34 | And when be liad callcıl thie 18 Having eyes, sce ye not? and hav. people unto him, with bis disciples ing cars, hear ye not? and do ye nou also, je said unto them, Wlosoever rernember?

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aster me, let hiin deny 19 When I brake the five loaves hingelf, and take up his cross, and among five thousand, low many bas- Collow me. kets full of fragınents took ye up? 35 l'or whosoever will save his life They say unto bim, Twelve.

shall lose it; but whosoever shall lose 20 And when the seven among lour bis lite for my sake and the gospel's, thousand, how many baskcus sull of die same shall save it. fragments took ye up? And they said, 36 For what shall it profita man, if Seven.

he shall gain the whole world, and 21 And he said unto them, low is it lose his own soul? that ye do not understand ?

37 Or what shed a man give iu Cr22 1 And he cometh to Bethsaida; cliange for his soul? sud tliey bring a blind man vato biin, 38 Whosoever therefore shall be and benouglit him to touch hiin. ashamed of one, and of my words, in

23 And he took the blind inan by the this adulterous and sinsul generation, Land, and led bin out of the town; of him also shall the Son of man be and when he had spit on his eyes, and ashamed, when he cometh iu the put his hands upon him, he asked niv glory of his Favier, will the Holy if he saw auglit.

angels. 24 And lie looked up, and said, I see

CHAP. IX. men as trees, walking

he apon his eyes, and made him look up; unto youThat there some of and he was restored, and saw every them lat stand here, which shall not man clearly.

taste of death, till they have seen the 26 And be sent him away to dris kingdom of God come with power. house, saying, Neither go into uel 2 Tandilter six daye, Jesus raketh town, nor tell it to any in the town. with him Peter, and James and John,

27 | And Jesus went out and his dis- and leadeil then, up intoa bigh moun. ciples ioto the towns of Cesarea Phil. tain apurt by themselves: and lie was ppi: and by the way he asked his transhigured before them. disciples, saying unto them, Who dol 3 And lis raiment became abining, men say that I ani?

exceeding white as esow; 30 as 10 28 And they answered, John the fuller on earth can white then. Baptist: but soine say, Elias; and 4 And Were appeared unto them olliers, One of the prophets.

Elias with Moses: and they were 29 And he saith unto them, But who talking with Jesus. 52y ye that I ain? And Peter answer- 6 And Peter answcrcıl and said to oth and saith unto him, Thou Ut the Jesus, Master, it is good for us it lie Clirist.

bere: and let us niake three taberna30 And he charged them that they cles; one for thee, and one for Muscs, should tell no inau of Lim.

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The distressed futher. 6 For he wist not wliat to say; for long is it ago since this came unto they were sore alraid.

him? And he said, or a child. 7 and there was a cloud that over- 22 Ard orc-times it halb cast him into shadowed tiem; and a voice caine the fire, and into the waters, to de. out of the cloud, saying, 'This is my stroy him : but if thou canst do any beloved Son; liear him.

thing, bave compassion on us, and S and suddenly, when they had look- help us. cd round about, they saw 110 23 Jesus said unto him, If thou canst any more, save Jesus only with them-believe, all things are possible to hun eclves,

that believeth. y And as they came down from the # And straightway the father af mountain, he charged them that they the child cried out, and said will should tell yo man what things they tears, Lord, I believe; lielp thou mine Irld seen, till the Sou of man were unbeliet. risen (loin the lead.

25 Wben Jesus saw that the people 10 And they kept that saying with cane running together, le rebuked the themselves, questioning one with roul spirit, saying unto bion, Thon another what the rising from the duub and deat' spirit, 1 charge thrc, dead should inean.

come out of hin, and enter do joore 11 ll And they asked him, saying into hiin. Why say the scribes that Eliis uusi

26 And the spirit cried, and rent liin first coine?

sore, and caine out of hiin; and lie 12 dod lie answered and told them, was as one deaed; uisonuch liat inany Elias verily come first und restoreth said, He is dead. all things, and how it is written on 27 But Jesus luok bim by the hand, the Son of man, that he must suller and lilled liin up; and be arose. many things, and be set at nolight. 23 And when he was come into the

13 But I say unto you, That Elias is lious“, his disciples asked him privaie. inced come, and they have done unto 'y', Why could not wc cast hiin out? niin 'whatsoever wey listed, as it is 29 And lie said unto thein, This kind written of him.

can come forth by nothing, but by 14 And when ne caine to his dis-prayer and lasting ciples, loc saw a great multitude about 30 1 And they departed thcucc, and them, and he scribes questioning with passed througlı Galilce; and he woulu them.

not that any nan sliould know it 15 And straightway all the people, 31 For le taught his disciples, and when they beheld him, were greatly said wito tiem, The Son of man is de amazed, and, running to him, saluted livered into the hands of men, and they bim.

shall kill him; and after that he is 16 And be asked the scribes, What killed, he shall rise the third day. question ye witl tliem?

32 But llicy understood not that 99 y 17 And one of the inultitude answering, and were afraid to ask himn. ed and said, Master, I have brought 33 T And he came to Capernaun: uunto thee my son, which lath a duinb and, being in the louse, be askeri Epirit:

thein, What was it that ye disputed 18 And wheresoever he takсth hin, among yourselves by the way? lie teareth liim; and he loanneth, and 34 But they lield their peace: for by goasheth with bis teeth, and pineth the way they had disputed amoug away: and I spake to thy disciples themselves who should be the greatest viat tey sliould cast liim out; and 35 And be sat down, and called the they could not

twelve, and saith unto them, If any 19 He answereth hiin, and saith, Oman desire to be first, the same shail faithless generation ! how long shall I be last of all, and servant of all. be with you? how long sliall I sutier 35 And he took a child, and set him you? Bring hinn unto ine.

in the midst of them: and when he 20 And they brought hiin unto him: bad taken him in his arn:s, he said rund when he saw him, straightway unto thein, the spirit tare bilo; uid he Tell on 37 \Vhosocver sball receive one of lhe ground, and wallowed, foaming such children in my name, receiveth 21 And he asked his father, Ilow me; and whosoever shall receive ine,

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Divorce is allery. received not me, but him that sent| 3 And he answered and said uulo

them, What did Moses commail you? :38 | And Johu answered him, bay- 4 And they said, Moses surereu to ing, Milster, we saw one casuing out write a bill of divorcement, and to put devils in thy name, and be followether away. not us; und we forbade bin, because 5 And Jesus answered and said unto he followeth not us.

thicin, For tlie hardness of your lieart 39 But Jesus said, Forbid liim not: he wrote you this precept: for there is no man which shall do a 6 But from the beginning of the cre iniracle in my name, that cia lightly ation God made them iniule and fespeak evil of ine.

inale. 40 For lie that is not against us is on 7 For this cause shall a inan leave our part.

his father and nother, and cleave to 41 For whosoever shall give you a his wife; cup of water to drink in iny name, 8 And they twain shall be one nesh: because ye belong to Christ, verily 1 so then they are no more twain, but sity unto you, He shall not lose bis one flesh. reward.

9 What therefore God liath joined 42 And whosoever shall offend one together, let not man put

asunder. of these little ones that believe in me, 10 And in the house his disciples it is better for him that a millstone asked hiin again of the same raller'. were hanged about his neck, and he 11 And he silith unto them, Whoso. were cast into the ect.

ever shall put away his wise, and 13 And if thy hand oflend thee, cut marry another, committeth adulery it oil: it is better for thee to enter into against her. lise mained, thian having two hands to 12 And if a woman shall put array go into hell, into the fire that never her husband, and be inarried to allsliall be quenchied:

other, ale compittelli adultery. 4 Where their worm dieth not aod 13 | And they brought young chil the fire is not quenched.

dren to him, that he should touch 45 And if thy foot offcou thee, cut them; and his disciples rebuked tlost it off: it is better for thee to enter halt that brought them. into life, than baving two feet to be 1 But when Jesus sizw. ile he was cast into hell, into the fire that never much displeased, and said unto them, shall be quenched ;

Suller the little children to come unto 46 Where their worin dieth not, and me, and forbid them not: for of such the fire is not quenched.

is the kingdom of God. 47 And if thine eye ollend ther, 15 Verily I say unto you, VVhosoever pluck it out; it is better for thee to shall not receive the kingilom of God enter into the kingdom of God with as a little child, lic shall not enter One cy'e, than having two eyes to be therein. cast into hell-fire;

16 And he took them up in liis arins, 48 Where their worm dieth not, and put his hands upon thien, and blessch thie fire is not quenched.

thein. 49 Forevery one shall be salted with 17 T Aud when he was gone forili fire, and every sacrifice shall be salted into the way, there canie oue running, with salt.

and kneeled to him, and asked him, 50 Salt is good: but is the salt lave Good Master, what shall I do that ] Inst its saltness, wherewith will ye may inberit eternal life? season it? Have sall in yourselves, 18 Aud Jesus said unto himn, Why and have peace one with another. callest thou me good ? there is none CHIP, X.

good but one, that is, God.

19 Thou kilowest' tlie commandcometn into tie coast of Judca, meats, Do not commit adultery, Do by the further side of jordan; and not kill, Do not steal, Do not bear the people resort unto him again: and, talse witness, Defraud iiot, Honourthy 13 he was wont, he tanglit them again. father and mother.

21 And ibe Plarisees cine to him, 20 And he answered anıl said unin and asked him, Is it lawful for a man him, Master, all thesc hare l observed to put away his wife? tempting him. from my youth.

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