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A.D. 29._ church, 2 let him be unto thee as an was done. 32 Then his lord, after / A.D. 29. g Ro. 16, 17. 2 Th. heathen man and a publican. 18 Ve- | that he had called him, said unto 3, 14. 1 Co.5, 11 80.8, 11. rily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye him, O thou wicked servant, I for

shall bind on earth shall be bound in gave thee all that debt, because thou
heaven: and whatsoever ye shall | desiredst me : 33 shouldest not thou

loose on earth shall be loosed in hea- also have had compassion on thy fel-
And they wrote ven. 19 Again I say unto you, That lowservant, even as I had pity on
letters by them
after this man-

if two of you shall agree on earth, as thee? 34 And his lord was wroth, ner... it seemed touching any thing that they shall and delivered him to the tormentors, good to the Holy Ghost'and to us, ask, it shall be done for them of my | till he should pay all that was due to lay upon you Father which is in heaven. 20 For unto him. 35 So likewise shall my den "than these where two or three are gathered to heavenly Father do also unto you, if necessary things Ac. 15, 23, 28.

gether in my name, there am I in ye from your hearts forgive not every ch. 16, 19. 'Jno. I the midst of them.”

one his brother their trespasses."'* * Whoso stoppeth 20, 23.

his ears at the $ 1 Jno.3, 22, and | 21 Then came Peter to him, and

cry of the poor,

JERUSALEM.-Jesus goes up to the Feast 5, 14. said, “Lord, how oft shall my bro

93 ) he also shall cry

himself, but shall ther sin against me, and I forgive

not be heard.

Pro. 21, 13; ch. him ? till seven times on 22 Jesus 19 AND it came to pass, that saith unto him, “I say not unto thee,

A

6, 14. Ma. 11, 26.

when Jesus had finished Until seven times: but, Until seventy

these sayings, he departed from Galii Forbearing one times seven. 23 Therefore is the

| lee, and came into the coasts of Juanother, and for

| dæa beyond Jordan;y 2 and great y He went away giving one ano- | kingdom of heaven likened unto a ther, if any man

multitudes followed certain king, which would take achave a quarrel a

him; and he | Jordan, into the healed them there.

place where John gainst any even count of his servants. 24 And when

at first baptized. asChrist forgave

Jno. 10, 40. Ma. you, so also do he had begun to reckon, one was

10, 1. ve. Col; 3, 13. brought unto him, which owed him 3 The pharisees also came unto him,

ten thousand “talents. 25 But foras- tempting him, and saying unto him, MA talent is 750 Ounces of silver,

much as he had not to pay, his lord “ Is it lawful for a man to put away which after five commanded him to be sold, and his his wife for every cause ?” 4 And he shillings the ounce is £187 108...wife, and children, and all that he answered and said unto them, “ Have u The creditor is had. and payment to be made.| ye not read, that He which made come to take unto him my two 26 The servant therefore fell down, them at the beginning made them sons to be bond

20. and "worshipped him, saying, Lord, male and female, 6 and said, "FOR 2 So God created men. 2 Ki.4, 1. Is. 50, 1. have patience with me, and I will THIS CAUSE SHALL A MAN LEAVE FA

image, in the i» Or, besought him | pay thee all. 27 Then the lord of THER AND MOTHER, AND SHALL CLEAVE mage of

ated he him : that servant was moved with com- TO HIS WIFE : AND THEY TWAIN SHALL male and female

created he them. passion, and loosed him, and forgave BE ONE FLESH ? 6 Wherefore they

Ge. 1, 27. » He, being full

| him the debt. 28 But the same ser- are no more twain, but one flesh. of compassion, vant went out, and found one of his What therefore God hath joined toforgave their in

I a Therefore take iquity. Ps.78, 38 fellowservants, which owed him an gether, let no man put asunder.”a aber

heed to your spihundred pence: and he laid hands 7 They say unto him, “Why did rit, and let none Ć The Roman pen

deal treacherny is the eighth on him, and took him by the throat, Moses then command to give a writ

ously against the part of an ounce, which after five saying, Pay me that thou owest. ing of divorcement, and to put her wife of his youth:

for the Lord, the shillings the ounce 29 And his fellowservant fell down at away ?!!b 8 He saith unto them, God of Israel, is seven pence half his feet, and besought him, saying, “ Moses because of the hardness of

saith, that he

hateth putting Have patience with me, and I will your hearts suffered you to put away away. Mal. 2,

15, i6.
pay thee all. 30 And he would not : your wives : but from the beginning
but went and cast him into prison, it was not so. 9 And I say unto you,

c Ch. 5, 32. Ma.
till he should pay the debt. 31 So Whosoever shall put away his wife, 10, 11. Lu. 16, 18,
when his fellowservants saw what except it be for fornication, and shall 1
was done, they were very sorry, and marry another, committeth adultery :
came and told unto their lord all that and whoso marrieth her which is put |

Ma. 11, 25. Lu. 17, 4.

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A.D. 29. | away doth commit adultery.” 10 His | that saying, he went away sorrowful :/ A.D. 29. disciples say unto him, “If the case for he had great possessions.

o Make to your

selves friends of of the man be so with his wife, it is 23 ThenP said Jesus unto his dis

the mammon of d It is better to not good to marry.”d 11 But he said | ciples, “ Verily I say unto you, That unrighteousness, dwell in the wil

that when ye derness, than unto them, “ All men cannot receive a rich man shall hardly enter into the fil.

fail, they may with a contenti- this saying, save they to whom it is kingdom of heaven. 24 And again I

receive you inte ous and an angry

everlasting hawoman. Pro. 21, given. 12 For there are some eu- say unto you, It is easier for a camel bitations. Ln. 19, and 19, 13.

16, 9. e As God hath

nuchs, which were so born from their to go through the eye of a needle, distributed to e- mother's womb : and there are some | than for a rich man to enter into the l 6, 9, 10. very man, as the Lord hath called eunuchs, which were made eunuchs | kingdom of God.”q 25 When his dis- 19 Yecan every one, so let him walk. 1 Co. of men : and there be eunuchs, which ciples heard it, they were exceedingly! God and. Mam

mon. Mat. 6, 24. 7, 17.

have made themselves eunuchs for amazed, saying, “Who then can be
the kingdom of heaven's sake. He saved ?" 26 But Jesus beheld them,
that is able to receive it, let him re- and said unto them, “ With men this
ceive it.
is impossible; but with God all

r Salvation be. 7 120 | things are possible.”.

longeth unto the 1 27 Then answered Peter and said Lord : thy bless13 Then were there brought unto

ing is upon thy

unto him, “Behold, we have forf I have behaved

people. Ps.3, 8. and quieted my-him little children, that he should

saken all, and followed thee; what | Ps. 62, 11. Zec. self, as a child put his hands on them, and pray : shall we have therefore ?"

8, 6. Je. 32, 17. that is weaned

28 And Ac. 3, 21. 2 Pe. of his mother and the disciples rebuked them. Ioand said unto thom 16 Varily, I cov my soul is even 14 But! Jesus said, “ Suffer little chil- l unto you, That ye which have fol

Jesus said unto them, “Verily I say | 3, 13. Rev.21, 1. als weaned child. Ps. 131, | dren, and forbid them not, to come

tAnd he thatover2. Ma. 10, 13.

| lowed me, in the regeneration when

cometh, & keepLu. 18, 15. unto me: for of such is the kingdom the Son of man shall sit in the throne

eth my works g Ch. 18, 3. of heaven.” 15 And he laid his hands

unto the end, to of his glory, ye also shall sit upon him will I give on them, and departed thence. twelve thrones, judging the twelve

power over the

nations. Re.2, 26 Jesus cautions his disciples of the f101 tribes of Israel. 29 And every one u Eye hath not

seen...the things dangers of wealth. that hath forsaken houses, or breth

which God hath h Ma. 10, 17. Lu. 16 And,h behold, one came and said | ren, or sisters, or father, or mother, I

prepared for 18, 18.

them that love unto him, “Good Master, what good or wife, or children, or lands, for my him. 1 Co. 2, 9.

Ma. 10, 29. Lu. thing shall I do, that I may have name's sake, shall receive an hundred

18, 29. eternal life?" 17 And he said unto fold, and shall inherit everlasting him, “Why callest thou me good ? life. 30 But many that are first shall v Ch. 20, 16. Ma.

10, 31. Lu. 13, 30. be' last; and the last shall be first.there is none good but one, that is,

God: but if thou wilt enter into life, i Ye shall there

The parable of the labourers hired at diffe- 122 fore keep my keep the commandments."i 18 He rent hours yet receiving the same pay. Ta statutes and my saith unto him, 6 Which ?” Jesus judyments, which

20 “ DOR the kingdom of heaven 'if a man do, he said, “Thouk SHALT DO NO MURDER, T is like unto a man that is shall live in them. Le. 18, 5.

| THOU SHALT NOT COMMIT ADULTERY, an householder, which went out early k Ex. 20, 12. Le. THOU SHALT NOT STEAL, THOU SHALT in the morning to hire labourers into 19, 18. De.5, 17. Ro. 13, 9: "Ga: NOT BEAR FALSE WITNESS, 19 HONOUR his vineyard.w 2 And when he had / w Solomon had a 5, 14. Ja. 2, 8. THY FATHER AND thy MOTHER : and, | agreed with the labourers for a penny hamon; he let

vineyard at BaalThou SHALT LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR AS a day, he sent them into his vineyard. out the vineyard

unto keepers. THYSELF." 20 The young man saith 3 And he went out about the third

Can. 8, 11. unto him, “All these things have I hour, and saw others standing idle

kept from my youth up : what lack in the market-place, 4 and said unto m Lu. 12, 33. n Teaching every

I yet ?” 21 Jesus said unto him, them, “Go ye also into the vineyard, man in all wis- “ If thou wilt be perfect, go and sell and whatsoever is right I will give dom, that we may present every

that thou hast, and give to the poor, | you.' And they went their way. man perfect in and thou shalt have treasure in hea- 5 Again he went out about the sixth (hrist Jesus. Col. 1, 28. ven: and come and follow me.”n and ninth hour, and did likewise.

22 But when the young man heard | And about the eleventh hour he

They thought

dom of God

Lu. 19, 11.

worthy of his

A.D. 29. I went out, and found others standing | worshipping him, and desiring a cer-1

A.D. 29. idle, and saith unto them, "Why tain thing of him. 21 And he said x Behold, this was

stand ye here all the day idle ?'z unto her, “ What wilt thou ?” She the iniquity of thy sisterSodom, They say unto him, “Because no saith unto him, “Grant that these pride, fulness of pride, and abun- man hath hired us. He saith unto my two sons may sit, the one on thy dance of idleness.

them, 'Go ye also into the vineyard; right hand, and the other on the left, Ez. 16, 49. Pro. 19, 15. Ac.17,21. and whatsoever is right, that shall ye in thy kingdom.”f 22 But Jesus an- | that the kingHe. 6, 12. receive.' 8 So when even was come, swered and said, “Ye know not what should im

should immedithe lord of the vineyard saith unto ye ask. Are ye able to drink of the ately appear.

his steward, “Call the labourers, and cup that I shall drink of, and to be In the hand of y The labourer is give them their hire,y beginning from baptized with the baptism that I am

the Lord there

is a cup;... and hire. Lu. 10, 7. the last unto the first. 9 And when baptized with ?" They say unto him, he poureth out of

the same. Ps.75, they came that were hired about the “ We are able." 23 And he saith un-|

8; ch. 26, 39, 42. eleventh hour, they received every to them, " Ye shall drink indeed of Jno. 18, 11. 1 z Lu. 23, 40, 43. man a penny. 10 But when the first my cup, and be baptized with the

came, they supposed that they should baptism that I am baptized with :
have received more; and they like- but to sit on my right hand, and on
wise received every man a penny.my left, is not mine to give, but it
11 And when they had received it, shall be given to them for whom it is

h God is not ethey murmured against the goodman prepared of my Father.”24 And "shamed to be

called their God: of the house, 12 saying, “These last when the ten heard it, they were

for he hath preo Or, continued one have 'wrought but one hour, and moved with indignation against the pared for them a hour only.

city. He. 11, 16. a As soon as this thou hast made them equal unto us, a two brethren. 25 But Jesus called i Må: 10, 41. thy son was

which have borne the burden and them unto him, and said, “Ye know come, who hath devoured thy heat of the day.' 13 But he answered that the princes of the Gentiles exerliving with harlots, thou hast

one of them, and said, Friend, I do cise dominion over them, and they killed for him

thee no wrong: didst not thou agree that are great exercise authority upon the fatted calf. Lu. 15, 30. with me for a penny? 14 Take that them. 26 But it shall not be so

k Neither as bethine is, and go thy way; I will give among you :* but whosoever will be

ing lords over unto this last, even as unto thee. great among you, let him be your God's heritage.

1 Pe. 5, 3. b Hath not the

15 Is it not lawful for me to do what minister; 27 and whosoever will be potter power o- I will with mine own ? Is thine eye chief among you, let him be your ver the clay, of the same lump, evil, because I am good ?' 16 So the servant : 28 even as the Son of man to make one ves- | last shall be first, and the first last : came not to be ministered unto, but sel unto honour and another un- for many be called, but few chosen.” to minister, and to give his life a 2 I am among you to dishonour ?

as he that seryRo. 9, 21. 29. Jesus enters Judæa, and a third time ransom for many."

eth. Lu. 22, 27. 124

Phi. 2, 7. 1 Ti. predicts his death and resurrection.

JERICHO.--Jesus heals two blind men 126| 2, 6. Tit. 2, 14. c Ch. 16, 21. Ma. 17 And Jesus going up to Jerusa

near Jericho.

1 Pe. 1, 18, 19. 10, 32. Lu. 18, 31

lem took the twelve disciples apart 29 And as they departed from Jeri-
in the way, and said unto them, cho, a great multitude followed him.
18 “ Behold, we go up to Jerusalem ; | 30 And, behold, twom blind men sit- | m Ma. 10, 46. Lu.

18, 35.
and the Son of man shall be betrayed ting by the way side, when they
unto the chief priests and unto the heard that Jesus passed by, cried
scribes, and they shall condemn him out, saying, “Have mercy on us, 0

n The Lord hath to death, 19 and shall deliver him to Lord, thou son of David !''n 31 And" Th

sworn in truth d They delivered the Gentilesa to mock, and to scourge, the multitude rebuked them, because unto David ...Of him to Pontius

the fruit of thy Pilate, the Go- and to crucify him ; and the third they should hold their peace: but |

body will I set vernor. Ch. 27, day he shall rise again.”

they cried the more, saying, “Havel upon thy throne. 2. Jno. 18, 32.'

Ps. 132, 11. e Salome, who, ON THE WAY TO BETHANY.--James and 2 125

mercy on us, O Lord, thou son of when he was in

John petition for pre-eminence. D la David !” 82 And Jesus stood still, Galilee, followed and ministered 20 Then came to him the mother of and called them, and said, “ What unto him. Ma. 15, 41.

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19, 29.

A.D. 29. | 33 They say unto him, “ Lord, that sold and bought in the temple, and A.

our eyes may be opened.” 34 So Je- overthrew the tables of the money-
sus had compassion on them, and changers, and the seats of them that
touched their eyes : and immediately sold doves, 13 and said unto them,
their eyes received sight, and they “It is written, . MY HOUSE SHALL – Is. 56, 7. Ma.
followed him.
BE CALLED THE HOUSE OF PRAYER :'11,17. Lu, 19, 46

y Is this house, Near Jerusalem. T 131

which is called but ye have made it a deny of

thieves.” o Ma. 11, 1. Lu.

by my name, be

14 And the blind and the
21 AND° when they drew nigh
lame came to him in the temple; and

robbers?... BeA unto Jerusalem, and were

hold, even I have he healed them.

seen, saith the come to Bethphage, unto the mount

Lord. Je. 7, 11. of Olives, then sent Jesus two disci

Jesus heals the sick in the temple, and reproves the

Chief Priests.
ples, 2 saying unto them, “Go into
the village over against you, and

15 And when the chief priests and p And Abraham straightway ye shall findP an ass tied, $

scribes saw the wonderful things that rose up early in the morning, and and a colt with her : loose them, and he did, and the children crying in saddled his ass. bring them unto me. 3 And if any the temple, and saying, “Hosanna Ge. 22, 3. man say aught unto you, ye shall

to the son of David ;' they were sore say, The Lord hath need of them :

displeased, 16 and said unto him, and straightway he will send them.”

“ Hearest thou what these say ?” 4 (All this was done, that it might

And Jesus saith unto them, “ Yea; be fulfilled which was spoken by the have ye never read, OUT OF THE 2 Ze. 9, 9. Is. 62, prophet, saying, 5" TELL YE THE

MOUTHS OF BABES AND SUCKLINGS
11. Jno. 12, 15.
DAUGHTER OF Sion, BEHOLD, THY

THOU HAST PERFECTED PRAISE ?' ". | Ps. 8, 2.
KING COMETH UNTO THEE, MEEK, JERUSALEM.-Jesus leaves the city. 134
AND SITTING UPON AN ASS, AND A

17 And he left them, and went out
COLT THE FOAL OF AN ASS.”') 6 And
the disciples went, and did as Jesus

of the city into Bethany; and he
commanded them, 7 and brought the

lodged there.
ass, and the colt, and put on them | MONDAY, FOURTH DAY BEFORE THE Pass- f 135
their clothes, and they set him there-

OVER.--Jesus curses the barren fig-tree. J luu
on.

18 Nowa in the morning as he re- a Ma. 11, 13. 29. JERUSALEM.-Jesus publicly enters Jerusalem.

turned into the city, he hungered.

19 And when he saw a "fig tree in the - Gr. one fig tree. 8 And a very great multitude spread r Then they hast- | their garments in the way : others

way, he came to it, and found noed, and took eve

| thing thereon, but leaves only, and
ry' man his car- cut down branches from the trees,
ment, and put it and strewed them in the way.

said unto it, “Let no fruit grow on
And thee henceforward for ever.”
And

And | 6 ... That which top of the stairs, | the multitudes that went before, and and blew with that followed, cried, saying, “HOSANpresently the fig tree withered away. / beareth thorns

and briers is retrumpets,saying,

jected, & is nigh Jehu is king.

NA TO THE SON OF DAVID! BLESSED 2 Ki. 9, 13. s Ch. 23, 39. l is He THAT COMETH IN THE NAME OF

OVER.-Conversation on the dried-up fig tree. | THE LORD!S HOSANNA IN THE HIGHGlory to God in

20 And when the disciples saw it,

Ic Ch. 17, 20. La. the highest, and

they marvelled, saying, “How soon 17, 6.

But let him ask good will toward JERUSALEM Jesus a second time casts the is the fig tree withered away!” 21 Je

in faith, nothing men. Lu. 2, 14. buyers and sellers out of the temple.

sus answered and said unto them, wavering. Ja. 1,6 10 And when he was come into Je- “Verily I say unto you, If ye have rusalem, all the city was moved, faith, and doubt not, ye shall not saying, “Who is this ?” 11 And the only do this which is done to the fig la Though I have multitude said, “This is Jesus the tree, but also if ye shall say unto all faith, so that

I could remove 4 C. 2, 23. prophet of Nazareth of Galilee.”'u this mountain, Be thou removed, and

mountains, and 12 And Jesus" went into the temple be thou cast into the sea : it shall be

have not charity, Jno:2.15: 1 of God, and cast out all them that I done.d 22 And all things, whatsoever i Co. 13, 2.

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far country : 34 and when the time of
9. Ma. 11, 24.
Jno. 15, 7. 1 Jno.
Jesus answers the pharisees who

the fruit drew near, he sent his ser-
3, 22, and 5, 14.
demand his authority.

vants to the husbandmen, that they
s Ma. 11, 27. Lu. 23 And when he was come into the might receive the fruits of it. 35 And
20, 1.

temple, the chief priests and the the husbandmen took his servants,
elders of the people came unto him as and beat one, and killed another,
he was teaching, and said, “By what and stoned another. 86 Again, he 9 But they mock-

ed the messenauthority doest thou these things ? sent other servants more than the

gers of God, and 9 And he shall be and who gave thee this authority ?!?| first: and they did unto them like-|| despised his for & sanctuary :

words, and misry: 24 And Jesus answered and said unto | wise. 37 But last of all he sent unto but for a stone of

used his prostumbling and them, “I also will ask you one thing, them his son, saying, They will re

phets. 2 Ch. 36, for a rock of offence to both the which if ye tell me, I in like wise verence my son. 38 But when the - The Lord hath houses of Israel.

said unto me, will tell you by what authority I do husbandmen saw the son, they said Is. 8, 14.

Thou art my Son, these things. 25 The baptism of John, among themselves, This is the heir ; this day have Í

begotten thee. whence was it ? from heaven, or of come, let us kill him, and let us Ask of me, and men ?”

I shall give thee And they reasoned with seize on his inheritance.8 89 And they h The thoughts of

the heathen for the righteous are themselves, saying, “If we shall caught him, and cast him out of the thine inheritright; but the

ance, and the ute say, From heaven; he will say unto vineyard, and slew him. 40 When counsels of the

termost parts of wicked are de- us, Why did ve not then believe the lord therefore of the vineyard

the earth for thy ceit. Pro. 12, 5.

possession. Ps. i John seethJesus him ? 26 But if we shall say, Of | cometh, what will he do unto those 2, 7, 8. coming unto him, men; we fear the people ; for all husbandme

8 Ch. 26, 8, and and saith, Behold

1

Iney bay un 27, 1. Jno. 11,53 the Lamb of God, hold John as a prophet.''k 27 And him, “He will miserably destroy which taketh a

Behold, I will way the sin of | they answered Jesus, and said, “We those wicked men, and will let out

make Jerusalem the world. Jno. cannot tell.” And he said unto them, his vineyard unto other husbandmen, a cup of trem1, 29.

bling unto all the
kéh. 14,5. Ma. 6, “ Neither tell I you by what authority which shall render him the fruits in
* 20. Lu. 20, 6.

I do these things. 28 But what think their seasons."
I do these things.

42 Jesus saith unto bout, when they ye? A certain man had two sons ; them, “Did ye never read in the siege both a

gainstJudah and and he came to the first, and said, Scriptures, THE” STONE WHICH THE

against JerusaSon, go work to-day in my vineyard. | BUILDERS REJECTED, THE SAME IS BE-jon: .22. 12201 29 He answered and said, I will not: COME THE HEAD OF THE CORNER : THIS Is. 28, 16. 1 Pe.

2, 7.
| And when he but afterward he repented, and went.? | IS THE LORD'S DOING, AND IT IS MAR-
(Manasseh) was
in affliction," he 30 And he came to the second, and | VELLOUS IN OUR EYES? 43 Therefore
besought the

said likewise. And he answered and say I unto you, The kingdom of God
Lord hisGod, and
humbled himself said, I go, sir : and went not. shall be taken from you, and given
greatly before
the God of his 31 Whether of them twain did the will to a nation bringing forth the fruits
fathers, and pray- of his father?" They say unto him. I thereof. 44 And whosoever shall fall
ed unto him.
2 Ch. 33, 12, 13. “The first." Jesus saith unto them, on this stone shall be broken : but
m. This people l“ Verilyn I say unto you, That the on whomsoeve

on whomsoever it shall fall, it will
draw near me
withtheir mouth, publicans and the harlots go into the grind him to powder.' 45 And when » And he shall
and with their

bring upon them lips do "honour | kingdom of God before you. 82 For | the chief priests and pharisees had their own iniqui

ty, and shall cut me, but have rehave re-John came unto you in the way of heard his parables, they perceived Xmdesi

them off in their heart far from righteousness, and ye believed him that he spake of them. 46 But when own wickedness; me. Is. 29, 13. n Lu. 7, 29, 30. not; but the publicans and the har- they sought to lay hands on him, they

God shall cut

them off. Ps. 94, lots believed him : and ye, when ye feared the multitude, because they

23. Is. 8, 14, Ze. 0 And he (Reho- had seen it, repented not afterward, took him for a prophet.*

12, 3. Da. 2, 34,1 boam) did evil,

35, 44. because he pre- that ye might believe him."

& Lu. 7, 16. Jno. pared (fixed) not 33Hear another parable :P There 22 AND Jesus answered and 7, 40. his heart to seek the Lord. 2 Ch. I was a certain householder, which - A spake unto them again by 12, 14.

12 planted a vineyard, and hedged it parables, and said, 26 They kingdom, Lu. 14, 16. Re. p Is.5, 1. Ma. 12 1. Lu. 20, 9. Je round about, and digged a winepress of heaven is like unto a certain king, 19, 7, 9. 2, 2. Ps. 80, 8. Ca. 8, 11, 12.' "in it, and built a tower, and let it, which made a marriage for his son,

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