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and Scribes mur
est pluck the ears with thine
A.D. 28. was for to come. 15 He thate hath | save the Son, and he to whomsoever
A.D. 28. d Mal. 4, 5; ch. ears to hear, let him hear.
the Son will reveal him. 28 Come 17, 12.
unto me, all ye that labour and are e Re. 2, 17. Consequences of neglect. heavy laden, and I will give you
q Stand ye in the 16 « But whereunto shall I liken this rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you, ways, and see, generation? It is like unto children and learn of me; for I am meek and
and ask for the
old paths, where sitting in the markets, and calling | lowly in heart : and ye shall find rest is the good way,
and walk thereunto their fellows, 17 and saying, We unto your souls. 30 For my yoke is
in, and ye shall have piped unto you, and ye have easy, and my burden is light.""
find rest for your
souls. Je. 6, 16. not danced ; we have mourned unto
r 1 Jno. 5, 3.
27. The disciples on the Sabbath pluck ears 43 | you, and ye have not lamented.
of corn. 18 For John came neither eating nor / Lu. 7, 33. His
T that time Jesus went on meatwas locasts drinking, and they say, He hath a
A the sabbath day through and wild honey. | devil.9. 19 The Son of man came eat
the corn; and his disciples were an 9 Ch. 1o, 25. Jno. ing and drinking, and they say, Be
hungered, and began to pluck the h The Pharisees hold a man gluttonous, and a wine
ears of corn, and to eat.: 2 But when s Ma. 2, 23. Lu. and Scribes mur- bibber, a friend of publicans and
6, 1. When thou mured, saying,
the pharisees saw it, they said unto comest into the * This man resinners. But wisdom is justified of
standing corn of ceiveth sinners, her children.”i 20 Then began he to
him, “ Behold, thy disciples do that
thy neighbour, and eateth with
which is not lawful to do upon the then thou maythem.” Lu. 15, 2 upbraid the cities wherein most of
sabbath day." 3 But he said unto i Doth not wisdom cry? Now there his mighty works were done, because
them, “Have ye not read what Da
hand. De. 23, 25 fore hearken un- they repented not: 21 " Woe unto
61 Sa. 21, 6. to me, O ye chil
vid did, when he was an hungered, dren; for blessed thee, Chorazin! woe unto thee, Bethare they that saida ! for if the mighty works, which
and they that were with him ; 4 how keep my ways.
he entered into the house of God, and Pro. 8, 1, and 32. were done in you, had been done in | did eat the shew bread, which was het hy got it in
u Every sabbath Tyre and Sidon, they would have renot lawful for him to eat, neither for
order before the ko daughter of pented long ago in sackcloth and ashesk my people, gird
them which were with him, but only ly. Le. 24, 8. thee with 'sack - | 22 But I say unto you, It shall be
for the priests? 5 Or have ye not read cloth, and wal
more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon at low thyself in
in the Law, how that on the sabbath ashes. Je. 6, 26. the day of judgment, than for you. I Ch. 10, 15.
days the priests in the temple profane 23 And thou, Capernaum, which art
the sabbath, and are blameless ?' \ And on the sahexalted unto heaven, shalt be brought
bath day two
6 But I say unto you, That in this lambs of the first m Though they down to hell : for if the mighty
year without climb up to hea- works, which have been done in thee,
place is one greater than the temple.«
spot. Nu. 28, 9. ven, thence will
7 But if ye had known what this x Behold, ... the I bring them had been done in Sodom, it would
heaven of headown. Am. 9, 2.
meaneth, I WILL HAVE MERCY, AND
vens cannot conhave remained until this day. 24 But NOT SACRIFICE,'y ye would not have
tain thee; how I say unto you, That it shall be more
much less this condemned the guiltless. 8 For the house which I tolerable for the land of Sodom in the
have built. 2 Ch. Son of man is Lord even of the sabday of judgment, than for thee.” bath day.”
y Ho. 6, 6; ch. 9, C 53
Jesus restores a withered hand. 44 » Lu. 10, 21, &c.
&c. 25 At that timen Jesus answered And when he was departed thence, e Mar. 3, 1. Lu.
and said, “I thank thee, O Father, he went into their synagogue : 10 and, 6, 6. . God hath cho- | Lord of heaven and earth, because I behold, there was a man which had sen the foolish things
And they asked of the
thou hast hid these things from the his hand withered. world to con- wise and prudent, and hast revealed him, saying, “Is it lawful to heal found the wise.
Ja Lu. 14, 3. Jno. 1 Co. 1. 27.| them unto babes. 26 Even so, Fa- on the sabbath days ?ar that they 14
9, 16. p The Father lov. I ther : for so it seemed good in thy might accuse him. 11 And he said hath given all sight. 27 All things are delivered unto them, “ What man shall there things into his hand. Jno. 8,
| unto me of my Father :P and no man be among you, that shall have one 35; and 6, 46; knoweth the Son, but the Father ; sheep, and if it fall into a pit on the and 10, 15; 13,3 and 17, 2.,0:neither knoweth any man the Father sabbath day, will be not lay hold on !
eth the Son, and
have received the
A.D. 28. it, and lift it out ? 12 How much how shall then his kingdom stand? | A.D. 27. • Thou shalt not then is a man better than a sheep ! 27 And if I by Beelzebub cast out see thy brother's
i Wherefore it is lawful to do well on devils, by whom do your children
hand.” And he stretched it forth ; devils by the Spirit of God, then the
ven shall set up the other. 14 Then the pharisees went 29 Or else how can one enter into a
a kingdomwhich y Took counsel. out, and yheld a council against him, strong man's house, and spoil his shall never be
destroyed. Dan. c Ma. 3, 6. Lu. how they might destroy him. goods, except he first bind the strong 2, 44. Ro. 14, 17. 6, 11. Jno. 10,
man ? and then he will spoil his Jesus' first partial circuit by the sea of Tiberias. 45 |
house. 30 He that is not with me is 2 The great Dra15 But when Jesus knew it, he against me; and he that gathereth
gon was cast out,
that old serpent withdrew himself from thence : and not with me scattereth abroad. called the Devil,
and Satan...and great multitudes followed him, and 31 Wherefore I say unto you, All
his angels were he healed them all : 16 and charged manner of sin and blasphemy shall
cast out with
him. Re. 12, 9. them that they should not make him be forgiven unto men : but the blasknown : 17 that it might be fulfilled phemy against the Holy Ghost shall which was spoken by Esaias the pro- not be forgiven unto men.m 32 And Lu. 12, 10.
Heb. 6, 4. phet, saying, 18“ BEHOLD MY SER- whosoever speaketh a word against If we sin wilfully d He took upon VANT,d whom I HAVE CHOSEN ; MY BE- | the Son of man, it shall be forgiven
after that we him the form of servant and LOVED, IN WHOM MY SOUL IS WELL him : but whosoever speaketh against knowledge of the
truth, there rewas made in the PLEASED :C I WILL PUT MY SPIRIT UPON the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forlikeness of men.
ost, it shall not be for maineth no more HIM, AND HE SHALL SHEW JUDGMENT given him, neither in this world, nei sacrifice for sins. 1; ch, 3, 17, and
Ileb, 10, 26. TO THE GENTILES. 19 HE SHALL NOT ther in the world to come." 33 Either 17, 5.
n There is a sin e There came a STRIVE, NOR CRY; NEITHER SHALL make the tree good, and his fruit unto death voice from hea
1 Jno. 5, 16. ven saying,
ANY MAN HEAR HIS VOICE IN THE good; or else make the tree corrupt,
STREETS. 20 A BRUISED REED SHALL and his fruit corrupt: for the tree is beloved Son, in whom I am well HE NOT BREAK, AND SMOKING FLAX known by his fruit. 34 O generation of Ch.7, 17. Ln. 6, pleased." Ma.
43, 44, 45. сh, 3, SHALL HE NOT QUENCH, TILL HE SEND vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak , and 23, 33. FORTH JUDGMENT UNTO VICTORY. good things ? for out of the abundance 21 AND IN HIS NAME SHALL THE GEN of the heart the mouth speaketh. TILES TRUST.”
35 A good man out of the good treasure CAPERNAUM.
of the heart bringeth forth good Jesus heals a demoniac. The Pharisces blaspheme. 56
things : and an evil man out of the evil | Ma.3, 11. Lu. 22 Then was brought unto him one
treasure bringeth forth evil things. 11, 14,
possessed with a devil, blind, and 36 But I say unto you, That every
shall give account thereof in the day
p p He that keepeth
his mouth keeppharisees heard it,9 they said, “This
88 Then certain of the scribes and eth his life ; but 4 Ch. 9, 84. Ma.
he that openeth "3,22 Lu, 11, 15. fellow doth not cast out devils, but of the pharisees answered, saying,
wide his lips 8 Gr. Beelzebul. by 8 Beelzebubh the prince of the de- “ Master, we would seel a sign from shall have des
truction. Pr.13,3. h Is it not because vils." 25 And Jesusi knew their | thee." 39 But he answered and said |
q The Jews rethere is not a God in Israel that ye thoughts, and said unto them, “Every unto them, “An evil and adulterous quire a sign. 1
Co. 1. 22. go to inquire of kingdom divided against itself is generation seeketh after a sign; and Baalzebub, the god of Ekron ? | brought to desolation ; and every city | there shall no sign be given to it, but 2 Ki, 1, 3.
r Now the Lord i Ps. 139, 2. or house divided against itself shail the sign of the prophet Jonas : 40 forl'
had prepared a Jno. 2, 24, 25. not stand : 26 and if Satan cast out as Jonas was three days and three great fish to
swallow up JoSatan, he is divided against himself ; 1 nights in the whale's belly ;" so shall | nah. Jonah 1,17.
- Thou art my
the Son of man be three days and were gathered together unto him, so |
& Lu. 11, 32.
41 The men of Nineveh shall rise in and the whole multitude stood on the Jonah 3, 5.
judgment with this generation, and shore. 3 And he spake many things
and, behold, a greater than Jonas is 4 and when he sowed, some seeds fell 01 Ki. 10, 1. 20h. here. 42 The queen of the south shall | by the way side, and the fowls came 3,1. Lu. 11, 31.
rise up in the judgment with this and devoured them up : 6 some fell
with a burning walketh through dry places, seeking ?And some fell among thorns; and heat, but it withu And the Lord rest, and findeth” none. 44 Then he the thorns sprung up, and choked
ereth the grass, said unto Satan,
and the tower Whence comest saith, I will return into my house them:8but other fell into good ground, thereof falleth, thou? Then Sa
and the grace of tan answered the from whence I came out; and when and brought forth fruit, some an hun
and brought forth fruit, some an hun- the fashion of it Lord, and said, he is come, he findeth it empty, dredfold, some sixtyfold, some thirty perisheth : so alFrom going to &
so shall the rich fro in the earth, swept, and garnished. 45 Then goeth fold. Who hath ears to hear, let
man fade away and from walk
in his ways. Ja. ing up and down |he, and taketh with himself seven | him hear.”
1, 11. in it. Job 1, 7. other spirits more wicked than himLu. 11, 24. If after they self, and they enter in and dwell
Why Jesus spake in parables. 59 have escaped the there : and the last state of that man 10 And the disciples came, and said pollutions of the world, through is worse than the first." Even so unto him, " Why speakest thou unto the knowledge of shall it be also unto this wicked ge- | them in parables ?" the Lord and
11 He answered Saviour Jesus
and said unto them, “Because it is Christ, they are again entangled CAPERNAUM.— The true disciples of Jesus C 57
given unto you to know the mysteries therein andover are those most nearly related to him.
of the kingdom of heaven, but to come, the latter end is worse with 46 While he yet talked to the peo them it is not given. 12 For whoso- | * But God hath them than the
revealed them beginning. 2 Pe. I ple, behold, his mother and his bre ever hath, to him shall be given, unto us by his 2, 20. Heb. 6, 4, [ thren stood without, desiring to speak and he shall have more abundance :|
Spirit. 1 Co. 2, and 10, 26.
10. 1 Jno. 2, 27; 10 Ma.3, 31. Lu. with him. 47 Then one said unto | but whosoever hath not, from him ch. 16, 17. 8, 19.
him, “Behold, thy mother and thy shall be taken away even that heli Ch. 25. 29. Ma. brethren stand without, desiring to hath. 13 Therefore speak I to them 4, 25. Lu. 8, 18; speak with thee.”
and 19, 26. 48 But he an- in parables : because they seeing see swered and said unto him that told not; and hearing they hear not, neihim, “Who is my mother? and ther do they understand. 14 And ink – A rebellions
house, which who are my brethren ?” 49 And he them is fulfilled the prophecy of Esa
have eyes to see stretched forth his hand towards his ias, which saith, "BY HEARING YE and see not; they
have ears to hear disciples, and said, “ Behold my SHALL HEAR, AND SIIALL NOT UNDER and hear not. . Both he that mother and my brethren! 60 For
Ez. 12, 2.
STAND; AND SEEING YE SHALL SEE, sanctifieth and they who are whosoever shall do the will of my AND SHALL NOT PERCEIVE: 15 FOR sanctified are all
| Father which is in heaven, the same THIS PEOPLE'S HEART IS WAXED GROSS, of one: for which cause he is not is my brother, and sister, and mo AND their EARS ARE DULL OF HEARING, ashamed to call them brethren.
AND THEIR EYES THEY HAVE CLOSED; Heb. 2, 11. ch. 7.
LEST AT ANY TIME THEY SHOULD SEE 20. Jno. 15, 14. Gal. 5, 6. 1 Jno. Jesus teaches in parables by the sea side. 58
WITH their EYES, AND HEAR WITH 2, 17. y Ma. 4, 1. Lu.8,4 13 MHEY same day went Jesus their EARS, AND SHOULD UNDERSTAND
1 out of the house, and sat by with their HEART, AND SHOULD BE I the sea side. 2 And great multitudes CONVERTED, AND I SHOULD HEAL
A.D. 28. THEM.” 16 But blessed are your eyes, I go and gather them up ?' 29 But he A.D. 28. 1 Is. 6, 9, 10. Jno. for they see : and your ears, for they said, “Nay ; lest while ye gather up 12, 40.. Ac. 28, hear." 17 For verily I say unto you, the tares, ye root up also the wheat 26. Ro. 11, 8. m Lu. 10, 23, 24; | That many prophets and righteous with them. 30 Let both grow together ch. 16, 17.
men have desired to see those things until the harvest :! and in the time u Some men's sins which ye see, and have not seen of harvest I will say to the reapers,
are open befort
hand, going bethem ; and to hear those things which Gather ye together first the tares, fore to judgment, n These all died in ye hear, and have not heard them." and bind them in bundles to burn
and some men faith, not having
they follow afreceived the pro
60 | them : but gather the wheat into my ter. 1 Ti. 5, 24. mises, but hay
ch. 3, 12. ing seen them
v Will gather the | 18 " Hear ye therefore the parable of afaroff, and were
31 Another parable put he forth un
wheat into his persuaded of the sower. When any one heareth
garner. Lu.3, 17 them, and em
to them. saving. " The kingdom of 2 Ma. 4, 30. Lu. braced them. the word of the kingdom,' and under- | heaven is like to a grain of mustard
13, 18. Ile, 11, 13.
o And Jesus went nt standeth it not, then cometh thes
seed, which a man took, and sowed about all Galilee, teaching in
way that in his field : 32 which indeed is the their synagogwhich was sown in his heart. This
| least of all seeds :) but when it is , He shall grow ues: Mat. 4, 23. l is he which received seed by the way p Ma. 4, 15. Lu.
grown, it is the greatest among herbs, l' up before Him 8, 12. side. 20 But he that received the
as a tender plant
and becometh a And, lo, thou
tree, so that the Is. liii. 2. art unto them seed into stony places, the same is he
birds of the air come and lodge in as a very lovely that heareth the word, and anon with song of one that
| the branches thereof."'z
2 Under it (the hath a pleasant Tjoy receiveth it ;? - yet hath he not 33 Another parable spake he unto
Gospel) shall voice, and can [root in himself, but dureth for a while: them.
dwell all fowl of
The kingdom of heaven is play well on an
every wing; in instrument, for | for when tribulation or persecution like unto leaven, which a woman took. I
the shadow of the they hear thy
had the one words, but they ariseth because of the word, by and by and and hid in three measures of meal,
shall they dwell. do them not. Ez. by he is offended.” 22 He also that
Ez. 17, 23. 33, 32.
| till the whole was leavened."
€ The word in the » A't my first an- | received seed among the thorns is he
Greek is a mea
34 All these things spake Jesus unswer no man that heareth the word ; and the care
sure containing stood with me,
about a peck an! to the multitude in parables; and of this world, and the deceitfulness of but all men for
a half, wanting sook me. 2 Ti.
a little more than 4 16. chi si jo: riches, choke the word, and he be. | without a parable spake he not unto! and 26, 31. cometh unfruitful. 23 But he that them : * that it might be fulfilled | « pint.
which was spoken by the prophet,
saying, “I WILL OPEN MY MOUTH IN
PARABLES; I WILL UTTER THINGS
WHICH HAVE BEEN KEPT SECRET FROM • Walk worthy of dredfold, some sixty, some thirty.”
THE FOUNDATION OF THE WORLD."
a Ps. 78, 2. The the Lord unto all
36 Then Jesus sent the multitude
revelation of the pleasing, being
mystery which Other parables.
62 | away, and went into the house : and I fruitful in every
was kept secret good work, and
since the world 24 Another parable put he forth un- his disciples came unto him, saying, increasing in the
began, but now is knowledge of to them, saying, “The kingdom of “Declare unto us the parable of the made manifest. God. Col. 1, 10.
Ro. 16, 25, 26. heaven is likened unto a man which tares of the field.” 37 He answered Coi. 1.26.,
| sowed good seed in his field : 25 but and said unto them, “He that soweth 6 Their sound t Being born a
went into all the gain, not of cor-while men slept, his enemy came and the good seed is the Son of man; | earth, and their ruptible seed,
words unto the but of incorrupsowed tares among the wheat, and 38 the field isthe world; the good
ends of theworld, tible, by the word went his way. 26 But when the blade seed are the children of the king- Ro. 10, 18. Col. of God. 1 Pe. 1, 23.
was sprung up, and brought forth dom ;c but the tares are the children Being born afruit, then appeared the tares also. of the wicked one ; 39 the enemy that gain, not of cor
ruptible seed, but 27 So the servants of the householder sowed them is the devil ; the harvest of incorruptible.
1 Pe, 1, 23. came and said unto him, “Sir, didst is the end of the world ;e and the
d Ge. 3, 15. 1 Jno. not thou sow good seed in thy field ? | reapers are the angels. 40 As there- | 3, 8.
e Re. 14, 15, 19. from whence then hath it tares ?'fore the tares are gathered and burned | Joel 3, 13. 28 He said unto them, "An enemy in the fire; so shall it be in the end hath done this. The servants said of this world. 41 The Son of man unto him, " Wilt thou then that we shall send forth his angels, and they
e It must needs
that it shall
ther root nor
u Though Moses
cy of the know
Jesus. Phi. 3, 8.
Pro 8. 11.
A.D. 28. shall gather out of his kingdom all this man this wisdom, and these / A.D. 28. 5 Or, scandals. Sthings that offend, and them which mighty works ? 65 Is not this the Ch. 12, 46. Jno. be that offences do iniquity ; 42 and shall cast them
carpenter's son? is not his mother come, but woe into a furnacer of fire: there shall called Mary ? and his brethren, to that man by whom the offence be wailing and gnashing of teeth. James, and Joses, and Simon, and cometh. Mat. | 43 Then shall the righteous shine forth Judas ? 66 and his sisters, are they | The day that as the sun in the kingdom of their not all with us? Whence then hath burn them up Father. Who hath ears to hear let this man all these things ?” 57 And
they were offended in him. But Mar. 6, 4. Lu leave them nei
| 44“ Again, the kingdom of heaven Jesus said unto them, “A prophet 10 him whom branch, Mal.4, 1. | is like unto treasure hid in a field;" the is not without honour, save in his
man despiseth. q Da. 12, 3.
Is. 49, 7; and 53, h Christ, in whom which when a man hath found, he own country, and in his own house."
t Mar. 6, 5. treasures of wis- hideth, and for joy thereof goeth and 58 And he did not many mighty u Thou dom and know selleth all that he hath, and buyeth works there because of their unbelief.“ and Samuelstood
before me, yet that field.
my mind could 45 “ Again, the kingdom of heaven The fame of Jesus reaches Herod the tetrarch. 72
not he towards l is like unto a merchant man, seeking | 14 A T that time Herod the te
goodly pearls : 46 who, when he had A trarch heard of the fame of i... I count all found one pearl of great price, went
Jesus, 2 and said unto his servants, things but loss for the excellen- and sold all that he had, and bought "This is John the Baptist; he is it.k
risen from the dead ; and therefore ledge of Christ
47« Again, the kingdom of heaven mighty works "do shew forth them. Or, are wrought k Wisdom is bet
by him. ter than rubies, is like unto a net, that was cast into selves in him.”
the sea, and gathered' of every kind :
ne sed, and gathered of every kina: 1 27. JUDÆA.—John cast into prison. 28 ther all as many | 48 which, when it was full, they drew! as they found,
3 For Herod had laid hold on John, both bad and
to shore, and sat down, and gathered good. Mat. 22, 10 the good into vessels, but cast the
| and bound him, and put him in prison bad away. 49 So shall it be at the
for Herodias' sake, his brother Phim Ch. 25, 32.
| lip's wife. For John said unto him,
| “It is not lawful for thee to have "Le. 18, 16; and
her.” 6 And when he would have
| put him to death, he feared the mul-
| titude, because they counted him as
* Ch. 21, 26. Lu.
y And it came to
pass the third 52 Then said he unto them, “ There- | danced before them, and pleased day, w fore every scribe which is instructed Herod. Whereupon he promised
unto the kingdom of heaven is like with an oath to give her whatsoever aca biastur Atour gates are unto a man that is an householder," she would ask. 8 And she, being be- vants. Ge. 40, 20 all manner of
0 Gr. in the midst. pleasant fruits, which bringeth forth out of his trea- fore instructed of her mother, said, new and old, sure things new and old.”
“Give me here John Baptist's head | which I have laid up for thee, * And it came to pass, that when in a charger.'z 9 And the king was ty hate the upved. Jesus had finished these parables, he sorry :a nevertheless for the oath's
theless for the path's Can. 7, 13.
right. Pro. 29, 10 p The lips of the departed thence.
sake, and them which sat with him a Then the king, righteous feed many. Pro. 10, NAZARETH. at meat, he commanded it to be given
these words, was Jesus revisits Nazareth and is again rejected. 09 | her. 10 And he sent, and beheaded sore displeased.
.... Then the | q Ma. 6, 1. Lu. 64 Andi when he was come into his John in the prison. 11 And his head king command
ed, and they own country, he taught them in their was brought in a charger, and given
and cast him insynagogue, insomuch that they were to the damsel : and she brought it to
to the den of li| astonished, and said, “Whence hath | her mother. 12 And his disciples came, / ons. Da. 6, 14, 16
when he heard