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28. CAPERNAUM.

A.D. 28. ) and took up the body, and buried it, with waves : for the wind was con-._ A.D. 28. b. And devout men and went and told Jesus.

trary.

INevertheless the carried Stephen

men rowed hard to his burial. DESERT OF BETHSAIDA.

GALILEE.-Jesus walks upon the water. 76 to bring it to Ac. 8, 3.

land, but they Jesus retires with the twelve across the lake. To

25 And in the fourth watch of the could not, for the 13 When Jesus heard of it, he de- night Jesus went unto them, walking

sea wrought, and | night Jesus went unto them, walking was tempestuous parted thence by ship into a desert on the sea. 26 And when the disci

against them. c Ma. 6, 32, Lu.

Jon. 1, 13. place apart :C and when the people 9, 12. Jno. 6, 2. Paco apai

ples saw him walking on the sea, m Job 9, 8. had heard thereof, they followed him

they were troubled, saying, “ It is a on foot out of the cities.

spirit," and they cried out for fear. 14 And Jesus went forth, and saw 27 But straightway Jesus spake unto d My flock was a great multitude, and was moved

them, saying, “Be of good cheer; scattered upon all the face of with compassion toward them, and

it is 1; be not afraid.” 28 And Peter the earth, and he healed their sick. none did search

answered him and said, “Lord, if it or seek after

be thou, bid me come unto thee on them. Ez. 34, 6.

E 74 Jesus jeeds five thousand. C | the water." 29 And he said, " "Come." | n When thou e Mar. 6, 35. Lu.

| 15 And when it was evening, his
15 A
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passest through

And when Peter was come down out 9, 12. Jno. 6, 5.

the waters, I will disciples came to him, saying, “ This of the ship, he walked on the water,

be with thee;

and through the is a desert place, and the time is now to go to Jesus. 30 But when he saw rivers, theyshall

not overflow thee past; send the multitude away, that the wind 'boisterous, he was afraid ;

Is. 43, 2. they may go into the villages, and and beginning to sink, he cried, say- |ı Or, strong. buy themselves victuals.” 16 But ing, “ Lord, save me !”p 31 And im- p Save me, O God, Jesus said unto them, “ They need | mediately Jesus stretched forth his for the waters are

come in unto my f And he said, not depart; give ye them to eat." | hand, and caught him, and said unto soul. I sink in Give into the

deep mire where people that they 17 And they say unto him, “We have him, “O) thou of little faith, where

there is no standmay eat. And

here but five loaves, and two fishes." fore didst thou doubt ?" 32 And when ing; I am come his servitor said,

into deep waters, What, should I | 18 He said, “Bring them hither to they were come into the ship, the where the floods set this before an

me.” 19 And he commanded the wind ceased.2 33 Then they that everflow me. Ps. hundred men ? He said again, multitude to sit down on the grass, were in the ship came and worshipped 4 He maketh the Give the people

storm a calm, so that they may and took the five loaves, and the two him, saying, “ Of a truth thou art eat; for thus thus fishes, and looking up to heaven, he | the Son of God.”

thereof are still. saith the Lord,

Ps. 107, 29. They shall eat, blessed, and brake, and gave the Jesus returns through the region of Gennesaret ry and shall leave thereof. 2 Ki. | loaves to his disciples, and the disci- |

to Capernaum. 4, 42, 43. ples to the multitude. 20 And they 34 And” when they were gone over,

r Ma. 6, 53. 9... Nigh unto the place where they did all eat," and were filled : 21 and they came into the land of Gennesdid eat bread, they took up of the framme

they took up of the fragments that aret. after that the

35 And when the men of that Lord had given remained twelve baskets full. And place had knowledge of him, they thanks. Jno. 6, they that had eaten were about five sent out into all that country round 23. h So they did eat

d eat thousand men, beside women and about, and brought unto him all that and were filled. Ne, 9, 25. I children.

were diseased ; 36 and besought him
SEA OF TIBERIAS.

that they might only touch the hem of
Jesus avoids the multitude.
his garment: and as many as touched

s And the whole 22 And straightway Jesus con- | were made perfectly whole.

multitude songht strained his disciples to get into a

to touch him: for 9. CAPERNAVN.

there went virship, and to go before him unto the

tue out of him,

and healed them other side, while he sent the multi 15 WHEN came to Jesus scribes

all. Lu. 6, 19. tudes away. 23 And when he had 1 and pharisees, which were Jno. 6, 37. i Ma. 6, 46. Jno. I sent the multitudes away, he went of Jerusalem, saying, 26 Why do thy

( Ma. 7, 1. 6, 16. k"He departed up into a mountain apart to pray : | disciples transgress the tradition of into a solitary place, and there

and when the evening was come, he the elders ? for they wash not their prayed. Ma. 1, was there alone. 24 But the ship was hands when they eat bread?” 3 But 35. Mat. 6, 6. Lu. 6, 12.

oso | now in the midst of the sea, tossed he answered and said unto them,

that the waves

Jesus condemns the Pharisaic traditions.

A.D. 29.

" Why do ye also transgress the with unwashen hands defileth not al.
Whed on a

A.D. 29. commandment of God by your tradi- man." u De. 5, 16. Le

tion? 4 For God commanded," say20,9. Pro. 20, 20.

TYRE.-Jesus heals the daughter of ing, 'HONOUR THY FATHER AND

a Syro-Phænician woman.

D 80
MOTHER: AND, HE THAT CURSETH 21 Then Jesus went thence, and / Mar. 7, 24.

FATHER OR MOTHER, LET HIM DIE departed into the coasts of Tyre and v Which things THE DEATH. 6 But ye say, Whoso- | Sidon. 22 And, behold, a woman of have indeed a

ever shall say to his father or his Canaan came out of the same coasts, show of wisdom in will worship, mother, It is a gift, by whatsoever and humility, & neglecting of the thou mightest be profited by me; mercy on me, O Lord, thou son of body; not in any | 6 and honour not his father or his David; my daughter is grievously honour to the satisfying of the mother, he shall be free. Thus have vexed with a devil.g 23 But he an-le And Abraham flesh. Col. 2, 23. ye made the commandment of God of swered her not a word. And his

said unto God, o

that Ishmael none effect by your tradition. 7 Ye disciples came and besought him, might live be

fore thee. hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy saying, “ Send her away; for she

Ge. 17, 18. w Is. 29, 13. Mar.

of you, saying, ' 8. This PEOPLE crieth after us." 24 But he answered 7, 6.

DRAWETH NIGH UNTO ME WITH THEIR and said, “I am not sent but unto
MOUTH, AND HONOURETH ME WITH | the lost sheep of the house of Israel.' n Go not into the
their LIPS; BUT THEIR HEART IS FAR
25 Then came she and worshipped

way of the Gen* They sit before

tiles...but go rame as my people, FROM ME. BUT IN VAIN THEY DO | him, saying, “Lord, help me!"| ther to the lost and they hear

sheep of the WORSHIP ME, TEACHING for DOCTRINES 26 But he answered and said, “ It is thy words, but

house of Israel. tlfey will not do THE COMMANDMENTS OF MEN.'10 And not meet to take the children's bread, Mat. 10, 5, 6. them. Ez. 33, 31.

Ac. 13, 46. Ro. z Ma. 7, 14.

he called the multitude, and said and to cast it to dogs." 27 And she 15, 8.
unto them, “Hear, and understand : said, “Truth, Lord : yet the dogs

11 not that which goeth into the mouth eat of the crumbs which fall from
a Every creature defileth a man ;a but that which com- their master's table." 28 Then Jesus
of God is good,
and nothing t; eth out of the mouth, this defileth a answered and said unto her, “O wo-

i He will fulfil be refused, if it man." 12 Then came his disciples, man, great is thy faith : be it unto the desire of be received with

them that fear thanksgiving. and said unto him, “Knowest thou thee even as thou wilt." And her

Him; He also 1 Ti. 4, 4. that the pharisees were offended, after daughter was made whole from that will hear their

cry and will savo they heard this saying ?" 13 But he very hour.

them. Ps. 145, b If a man abide answered and said, "Every plant not in me, he is

| Decapolis.—Jesus heals many. 1 81 cast forth as a which my heavenly Father hath not branch, and is

la is planted, shall be rooted up. 14 Let withered, and

29 And Jesus departed" from thence, k Ma. 7, 31. men gather them alone, they be blind leaders of and came nigh unto the sea of Galilee; them and cast them into the the blind. And if the blind lead the and went up into a mountain, and fire, and they are blind, both shall fall into the ditch." sat down there. 30 And great multiburned. Jno. 15 m 15, 6.

15 Then answered Peter and said unto tudes came unto him, having with c This is the con

2. CHO CHI him, “ Declare unto us this parable.” | them those that were lame, blind, light is come in- | 16 And Jesus said, " Are ve also vet dumb,' maimed, and many others, 2 Then shall the to the world, and

lame nran leap without understanding pd 17 Do not and cast them down at Jesus' feet ;) men loved dark

as an hart, and ness rather than ye yet understand, that whatsoever and he neale

| and he healed them : 31 insomuch that the tongue of the light, because

dumb sing. their deeds were entereth in at the mouth goeth into

the multitude wondered, when they | Is. 35, 6. Ch. 11. evil. Jno. 3, 19.

saw the dumb to speak, the maimed 5. Lu. 7, 22. 9: the belly, and is cast out into the Ch. 23, 16. Lu. | 6, 39.

draught? 18 But those things which | to be whole, the lame to walk, and d Ch. 16,9. Ma. 7, proceed out of the mouth come forth

the blind to see : and they glorified 18. e And the tongue

m Whoso offereth | from the heart; and they defile the the God of Israel." is a fire, a world

praise glorifieth of iniquity; so is man. 19 For out of the heart pro

me. Ps. 50, 23.

| ON A MOUNTAIN BY THE SEA OF GALILEE. 82 the tongue 4ceed evil thoughts, murders, adul

Jesus feeds four thousand. mong our members, that it de- teries, fornications, thefts, false wit

32 Then” Jesus called his disciples | " M fileth the whole body. Ja. 3, 6. ness, blasphemies : 20 these are the unto him, and said, “I have comGe. 6, 6; and 8, things which defile a man : but to eat passion on the multitude, because

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19.

n Mar. 8, 1.

A.D. 29. (they continue with me now three | among themselves, saying, “ It is A.D. 29.

days, and have nothing to eat: and because we have taken no bread.” |

feed I will not send them away fasting, 8 Which when Jesus perceived, he His flock like a lest they faint in the way." 33 And said unto them, “ () ye of little faith, shepherd; he shall gather the his disciples say unto him, “Whence why reason ye among yourselves, belambs with his should we have so much bread in the cause ye have brought no bread ? arm, and carry them in his bo- wilderness, as to fill so great a mul- 'Do ye not yet understand, neither som, and shall gentlylead those

titude ?” 34 And Jesus saith unto remember the five loaves of the five that are with them, “ How many loaves have ye?' | thousand, and how many baskets ye young. Is. 40, 11.

And they said, “Seven, and a few took up? 10 Neither the seven loaves
little fishes." 85 And he commanded of the four thousand, and how many
the multitude to sit down on the baskets ye took up ? 11 How is it
ground. 36 And he took the seven that ye do not understand that I spake
loaves and the fishes, and gave thanks, it not to you concerning bread, that

u Not giving heed

to commandciples, and the disciples to the mul- pharisees and of the sadducees ?!?u

ments of men, titude. 37 And they did all eat, and 12 Then understood they how that he that turn from

the truth. Tit. were filled : and they took up of the bade them not beware of the leaven

1, 14. broken meat that was left seven bas- of bread, but of the doctrine of the p So he set it be kets full.P 38 And they that did eat pharisees and of the sadducees. fore them, and

were four thousand men, beside wothey did eat, and left thereof. men and children.

CÆSAREA PHILIPPI.-The apostles pro2 Ki. 4, 44.

fess their faith in Jesus as the Christ. 2 03
39 And he sent away the multitude,
and took ship, and came into the

13 When Jesus came into the coasts
coasts of Magdala.

of Cæsarea Philippi, he asked his
disciples, saying, "Whom do men l thou thyself?

v Whom makest
say that I, the Son of Man," am ?” | Jno. 8, 63.
MAGDALA.-The Pharisees and Sad-
ducees again require a sign. Du

14 And they said, “ Some say that

thou art John the Baptist : some, 16 The pharisees also with the Elias; and others, Jeremias, or one

It was said of

some that John 1 sadducees came, and tempt of the prophets.”+ 15 He saith unto was risen from 2 I saw in the night visions,

the dead; and of ing desired him that he would shew them, á But whom say ye that I

some that Elias and behold, one

of them a sign from heaven. like the Son of 2 He an- am ?" 16 And Simon Peter answered had appeared; &

of others that man came with swered and said unto them, “When and said, “Thou art the Christ, the one of the old vendas it is evening, ye say, It will be fair Son of the livingy God.” 17 And Je

prophets was 13. Ch. 12, 38.

risen again. weather : for the sky is red. 3 And sus answered and said unto him, Lu. 9, 7, 8. Ma. 8, 11. Lu. 12, 54. in the morning, It will be foul weather “Blessed art thou, Simon Bar-jona :

y The Lord hath

said unto me, to-day : for the sky is red and lower- for flesh and blood hath not revealed Thou art my Son;

This day have I ing. O ye hypocrites, ye can discern it unto thee, but my Father which is r ...That in the

begotten thee. dispensation of the face of the sky; but can ye not in heaven. 16 And I say also unto

P's. 2, 7.

z Born not of the fulness of discern the signs of the times ir 4A | thee, That thou art Peter, and upon times, He might

blood, nor of the gather together wicked and adulterous generation this rock I will build my church;

will of the flesh, in one all things

nor of the will in Christ. Ep. seeketh after a sign; and there shall and the gates of hell shall not prevail

of man, but of 1, 10. Ch. 12, no sign be given unto it, but the sign against it. 19 And I will give unto |

God. Jno. 1, 13. 39. Jon, 1, 17.

a And the key of $ Mar.8, 14.' Lu. of the prophet Jonas.” And he left thee the keys of the kingdom of hea

the house of Da12, 1.

vid will I lay up1 ... Let us keep them, and departed.

ven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on his shoulder, the feast, not 5 And when his disciples were come on earth shall be bound in heaven :

so he shall open with old leaven,

and none shall neither with the to the other side, they had forgotten and whatsoever thou shalt loose on shut. Is. 22, 22. leaven of malice to take bread.

Ch. 18, 18. Jno. 6 Then Jesus said un- | earth shall be loosed in heaven.''a and wickedness,

20, 23. 1 Co. 5, 8. to them, “ Take heed and beware of | 20 Then charged he his disciples that

(h, 7, 9. Na.

8, 30. Lu. 9, 21. the leaven of the pharisees and of the they should tell no man that he was sadducees.''! 7 And they reasoned Jesus the Christ.

33.

ened me.

12.

A.D. 29. GALILEE.-Jesus foretells his oron death, and F86 | hold, a bright cloud overshadowed A.D. 29. - resurrection, anul the sufferings of his followers.pt

| them: and behold a voice out of the c Ch. 20, 17. Ma. 21 From that time forth began Je- cloud, which said, “ This is my be8, 31. Lu. 9, 22.

* sus to shew unto his disciples, how | loved Son, in whom I am well pleased; d It cannot be

that he must go unto Jerusalem,d and | hear ye him." And when the dis- | 1 For he received that a prophet suffer many things of the elders and perish out of Je

ciples heard it, they fell on their face, from God the Fa

ther honour and rusalem. Lu. 13, chief priests and scribes, and be killed,

net priests and scribes, and be killed, and were sore afraid. ?And Jesus glory, when and be raised again the third day. I came and touched them,n and said,

there came such

a voice to him 22 Then Peter took him, and began “ Arise, and be not afraid.” 8 And from the excelGr. Pity thyself. I to rebuke him, saying, B. Be it far when they had lifted up their eyes,

lent glory, "This

is my beloved from thee, Lord : this shall not be they saw no man, save Jesus only.

Son inwhom lam

well pleased." unto thee.” 23 But he turned, and 9 And as they came down from the 2 Pe. 1, 17. said unto Peter, “Get thee behind mountain, Jesus charged them, say- "came again and

m Then there me, Satan : thou art an offence unto ing, “Tell the vision to no man, un

touched me one

like the appearme : for thou savourest not the things til the Son of man be risen again ance of a man, that be of God, but those that be of from the dead.”n 10 And his disciples

and he strengthe They that are men."e 24 Then said Jesus unto his I asked him, saying, “Why then say | Da. 10, 18. after the flesh do mind the disciples, “If any man will come the scribes that Elias must firston A time to keep

silence and a things of the after me, let him deny himself, and come ?” 11 And Jesus answered and time to speak. flesh; but they

Ec. 3, 7. thatare after the take up his cross, and follow me. said unto them, “ Elias truly shall . Mal. 4, 6. Ma. Spirit the things

25 For whosoever will save his life first come, and restore all things. of the Spirit.

9, 11. Ro. 8, 5. shall lose it : and whosoever will lose 12 But I say unto you, That Elias is We must through much his life for my sake shall find it.I come already, and they knew him tribulation enter | 26 For what is a man profited, if he not, but have done unto him whatso- | into the kingdom of God. | shall gain the whole world, and lose his lever they listed.P. Likewise shall also | p Ch. 11, 14. Ma Ac. 14, 22; ch.

22. 10, 38. Ma, 8,

own soul ? or what shall a man give the Son of man suffer of them.” 31; Lu. 9, 23. and in exchange for his soul ? 27 For the 13 Then the disciples understood that 14, 27.

verily, Son of man shall come in the glory he spake unto them of John the BapI say unto you, of his Father with his angels; and tist. If a man keep my saying he then he shall reward every man ac

Jesus heals a demoniac whom his shall never see

cording to his works. 28 Verily I death.

disciples could not heal. Jno. 8,

say unto you, There be some standing 14 And? when they were come to q Ma. 9, 14. Lu. h Behold I come quickly and my

here, which shall not taste of death, I the multitude, there came to him a reward is with till they see the Son of man coming | certain man, kneeling down to him, me, to give to every man ac- | in his kingdom.”

and saying, 15“ Lord have mercy on cording as his work shall be. Re, 22, 12. . Galilee.The transfiguration. . 87 my son : for he is lunatic, and sore

vexed : for ofttimes he falleth into AND after six days Jesus tak- the fire, and oft into the water.

A eth Peter, James, and John 16 And I brought him to thy disciples, his brother, and bringeth them up and they could not cure him.” 17 Then

into an high mountain apart, 2 and Jesus answered and said, “O faithless iWho shall was transfigured before them :' and and perverse generation," how long

They are a very change our vile body, that it may his face did shine as the sun, and his shall I be with you ? how long shall froward genera

tion, children in be fashioned like raiment was white as the light. I suffer you ? bring him hither to

whom is no faith. unto his glorious body. Phi. 3, 21. 3 And, behold, there appeared unto me.” 18 And Jesus rebuked the devil; De. 32, 20. k The Ancient of them Moses and Elias talking with and he departed out of him: and the days, whose gar

$ To another ment was white him. 4 Then answered Peter, and child was cured from that very hour.

faith by the as snow. Da. 7,9. said unto Jesus, “ Lord, it is good 19 Then came the disciples to Jesus same spirit; to

another the for us to be here : if thou wilt, let us apart, and said, “ Why could not we gifts of healing make here three tabernacles ; one for cast him out?” 20 And Jesus said

by the same spi

rit. 1 Cor. 12, 9; thee, and one for Moses, and one for unto them, “Because of your unbe ch. 21, 21. Ma.

11, 23. Lu. 17, Elias.” 5 While he yet spake, be- | lief :for verily I say unto you, If|6; 1 Cor. 13, 2.."

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A.D. 29.

ye have faith as a grain of mustard the kingdom of heaven. 6 And who- | A.D. 29. seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, sod shall receive one such little child c He that hum

bleth himself Remove hence to yonder place; and in my name receiveth me. But

shall be exalted. it shall remove ; and nothing shall whosoe shall offend one of these little Lu. 14, 11.

4 Ch. 10, 42, i And the seventy | be impossible unto you. be impossible unto you. 21 Howl

21 Howbeit ones which believe in me, it were e Ma: 9,'42. Lu returned with this kind goeth not out but by prayer | better for him that a millstone were 17, 2 joy, saying, Lord even the devils and fasting.”

| hanged about his neck, and that he are subject unto us through Thy GALILEE.-Jesus again foretells his

were drowned in the depth of the sea. name. Lu. 10, 17.

own death and resurrection. 00 7 Woe unto the world because of of

22 And" while they abode in Galilee, fences ! for it must needs be that 4 Ch. 16, 21; 20, |

f For there must *18. Ma. 9, 31 Jesus said unto them, “The Son of offences come; but woe to that man by

be also heresies Lu. 9, 22; and

man shall be betrayed into the hands whom the offence cometh! 8 Where (sects) among 18, 31.

you, that they of men : 23 and they shall kill him, fore if thy hand or thy foot offend

which are apand the third day he shall be raised thee, cut them off, and cast them proved may be

made manifest again.” And they were exceeding from thee : it is better for thee to

among you. sorry.

enter into life halt or maimed, rather | 1 Co. 11. 19. Jesus miraculously provides the m oo | than having two hands or two feet to k Called in the tribute money.

be cast into everlasting fire. 9 And original didrach- | 24 And when they were come to lif thinee eve offend thee pluck it out, | ma, being in va

g Ch. 5, 30. Ma. lue fifteen pence. Capernaum, they that received “tri- |

9, 43. They that v This they shall

and cast it from thee: it is better for are Christ's have ne bute money came to Peter, and said, thee to enter into life with one eye,

crucified the that passeth, A- “ Doth not your masterpay tribute?"

flesh with the mong them that

rather than having two eyes to be affections (or are numbered, | 25 He saith, “Yes.” And when he

passions) and

cast into hell fire. 10 Take heed that half a shekel

was come into the house, Jesus preafter the shekel

ye despise not one of these little ones; of the sanctuary, vented him, saying, “ What thinkest an half shekel

for I say unto you, That in heaven shall be the of-thou, Simon ? of whom do the kings

their angels do always behold the fering of the lof the earth take custom or tribute ? | face of my Father which is in heaLord. Ex. 30, 13; and 38, 26 of their own children, or of stran ven. 11°For the Son of man is come The angel of Ne. 10, 32.

gers ?” 26 Peter saith unto him, “Of to save that which was lost.i 12 How & But I say unto

the Lord encampyou that in this strangers.” Jesus saith unto him,

eth round about place is one

think ye ?k if a man have an hundred them that fear greater than the " Then are the children free.t 27 Not

him, and deliver

sheep, and one of them be gone atemple.

eth them. Ps. withstanding, lest we should offendy Mat. 12, 6.

stray, doth he not leave the ninety 34, 7. y Giving no of them, go thou to the sea, and cast an

i Lu. 19. 10

and nine, and goeth into the moun- | k Lu. 15, 4. fence in anything that the hook, and take up the fish that first

tains, and seeketh that which is gonel For God sent ministry be

cometh up; and when thou hast not blamed.

| astray ?? 13 And if so be that he find not his Son into 2 Cor. 6, 3. opened his mouth, thou shalt find da

the world to con

it, verily I say unto you, he rejoiceth A Or a stater. It

demn the world, piece of money : that take, and give is half an ounce

more of that sheep, than of the ninety

but that the

world through of silver, in value unto them for me and thee.”

and nine which went not astray. 28. 64., after 58.

him might be the ounce.

sa ved. Jno.3, 17. CAPERNAUM.—The disciples dis- 91 14 Even so it is not the will of your

m Lu. 17, 3. Ja. pute which is the greatest. Father which is in heaven, that one 5, 19.

n Thou shalt not A T: the same time came the of these little ones should perish.

hate thy brother 2 Ma. 9, 33. Lu. A disciples unto Jesus, saying, 15 Moreoverm if thy brother shall tres

in thy heart : 9, 46.

thou shalt in any a They said unto “ Who is the greatest in the kingdom pass against thee, go and tell him wise rebuke thy him, Grant unto I of heaven ?!'a 2 And Jesus called a his fault between thee and him alone :

neighbour, and us that we may

not suffer sin sit, one on thy little child unto him, and set him in if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained upon him. Le. right hand,&'the

19, 17. other on thy left the midst of them, 3 and said, “ Ve- thy brother.” 16 But if he will not | De. 19, 15. Jno. hand, in thy glo- rily I say unto you, Except ye be hear thee, then take with thee one or

8, 17. 2 Co. 13, ry. Ma. 10, 37.

1. He. 10, 28. 0 As newborn converted, and become as little chil- | two more, that in the mouth of two p One witness babes, desire the

shall not rise up sincere milk of dren, ye shall not enter into the or three witnesses every word may

against a man for the Word, that kingdom of heaven. Whosoever be established. 17 And if he shall | any iniquity, or

for any sin, in thereby 1 Pet.2, therefore shall humble himself as this neglect to hear them, tell it unto the

any sin that he ?;, ch. 19, 14. little child, the same is greatest in church: but if he neglect to hear the

sinneth. De. 19, 1 Co. 14, 20.

15.

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