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say unto them, “ This day is this peace, and come out of him.” Andi A.D. 27. i ... The woman Scripture fulfilled in your cars.” | when the devil had thrown him in thy seed and her saith unto him,

seed; it shall I know that 22 And all bare him witness, and won the midst, he came out of him, and

bruise thy head, Messias cometh dered at the gracious words which hurt him not. 36 And they were all and thou shalt ...when he is

bruise his heel. come he will tell proceeded out of his mouth. And amazed, and spake among themselves,

Ge. 3, 15. us all things. they said, “Is not this Joseph's son?”. saying, “ What a word is this ! for Jno. 4, 25. k Ch. 2, 47. Is. 23 And he said unto them, “ Ye will with authority and power he com50, 4. Mat. 13,5 Ma. 6, 2, 3.

4. surely say unto me this proverb, mandeth the unclean spirits, and they 1 And they said, | Physician, heal thyself: whatsoever come out." 37 And the famet of him x Behold, my serIs not this Jesus

vant shall deal the son of Joseph | we have heard done in Capernaum," went out into every place of the coun prudentiy (or whose fatherand do also here in thy country.”

prosper), try round about.

he mother weknow?

shall be exalted How is it, then, 24 And he said, “Verily I say un

and extolled, & that he saith, I

27. CAPERNAUM.Ileals Peter's mother-in-law. 36 to you, No prophet is accepted in his

be very high. came down from

Is. 52, 13. heaven. Jno. own country." 25 But I tell you of a 38 And he arose out of the syna- y Mat.'s, 14. Ma. 6, 42. m Mat. 13, 54.

truth, many widows were in Israel | gogue, and entered into Simon's le For the love of Jno. 4, 46-51. J in the days of Elias, when the heaven | house. And Simon's wife's mother | Christ constrain n Mat. 13, 57. Ya.

cth us, because 6, 1, 4. · was shut up three years and six was taken with a great fever; and we thus judge,

that if one died o Arise, get thee months, when great famine was they besought him for her. And to Zarcphath,

for all then were which belongeth throughout all the land ; 26 but unto he stood over her, and rebuked the all dead; and to Zidon, and

that he died for dwell there : benone of them was Elias sent, save fever; and it left her : and immedi

all, that they

whichliveshould hold, I have unto Sarepta," a city of Sidon, unto | ately she arose and ministered“ unto commanded a

not henceforth widow woman | a woman that was a widow. 27 And them.

live unto them.

selves but into sustain many lepers were in Israel in the 27. GALILEE.-- Performs divers miracles, and 37 thee...1 Ki. 17,

him which died time of Eliseus the prophet; and none

| makes his first general circuit of Galilee. On for them & rose p 2 Ki. 5, 14.

again. 2 Co, 5, of them was cleansed, saving Naa- 40 Now when the sun was setting," 9 Thns saith the

14, 15. Lord, Deceive man? the Syrian.” 25 And all they all they that had any sick with divers | And they not yourselves,

asked him, saysayinserthel in the synagogue, when they heard diseases brought them unto him ; and ing, Is it lawful

to heal on the Chaldeans shall these things, were filled with wrath.? | he laid his hands on every one of

sabbath days?... surely depart fromús; forthes | 29 and rose up, and thrust him out of them, and healed them. 41 And' de- / Mat. 12, 10. shall not depart

Ma. 1, 21, 29, 32 deprint the city, and led him unto the "brow | vils also came out of many, crying | Ma. 1.-31. avd ...Wherefore the princes were of the hill whereon their city was out, and saying, “ Thou art Christ 3, 11... wroth with Je

1$ Or, to say that I built, that they might cast him down the Son of God." And he rebuking / 'they knew him to

be Christ. him, and put headlong. 30 But he passing through

them suffered them not “to speak: for him

c When the Sain prison. Je. 37, 9, 15. the midst of them went his way, | they knew that he was Christ. 42 And maritans were

come unto him, 1 Or, edge.

when it was day, he departed and they besought Then took they Jesus fices his abode al Capernaum.


33 went into a desert place; and the him tip stones to cast

that he

would tarry with at him, but Jesus hià himself 31 AndR came down to Capernaum, people sought him, and came unto them. Jno. 4, 40.

d How God a...and so passed a city of Galilee, and taught them on

him, and stayede him, that he should

nointed Jesus of by. Jno. 8, 59; and 10, 39.' " '| the sabbath days. 32 And they were not depart from them. 13 And he Nazareth with

the Iloly Ghost S ... And leaving Nazareth. The astonished at his doctrine : for his said unto them, “I must preach the and with power,

who went about came and dwelt word was with power." kingdom of God to other cities also :

doing good, and at Capernaum...

for therefore am I sent." 44 And he Mat. 4, 13. Ma.

healing all that

were oppressed 1, 21. Ileals a demoniac in the synagogue. 35 | preached in the synagogues of Galilee.

of the devil; for ! Mat.7, 28, 29.

God was with Ma. 1, 22. 33 And in the synagogue there was 27. CAPERNAUM.-Call of Simon and

him. Ac. 10, 38. u ......Our gospel "came not unto a man, which had a spirit of an unclean

Antrow, James and John. .

......I have not

spoken in secret yon in wordonly, (devil, and cried out with a loud voice, 5 AND it came to pass, that, as from the beginbut also in power

ning: from the and in the IIoly 34 saying, v. Let us alone ; what have A the people pressed upon him

time that it was Ghost, and in much assurance. we to do with thee, thou Jesus of to hear the word of God, he stood by there am I: and

now the Lord 1 Th. 1, 5. Nazareth ? art thou come to destroy the lake of Gennesaret, 2 and saw two God and llis v Or, away.

us ?' I know thee who thou art; the ships standing by the lake : but the Spirit has sent ...I will put en

Me. Is. 48, 16, mity between Holy One of God.” 35 And Jesus fishermen were gone out of them, Mat. 13, 2. Ma. thee and the wo

4, 1. man, & between rebuked him, saying, “Hold thy and were washing their nets. "And ?


1, 22.

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he entered into one of the ships, which came together to hear, and to be _ A.D. 27.

was Simon's, and prayed him that healed by him of their infirmities. 9 And great mul- he would

& Mat. 4, 25. Ma. he would thrust out a little from the 16 And he withdrew himself into the titudes

3, 7. Jno. 6, 2. gathered toge- | land. And he sat? down, and taught wilderness, and prayed."

y The fear of the ther unto him,

Lord is the inso that he went the people out of the ship. Now

struction of wisinto a ship and

dom, and before | when he had left speaking, he said | 27. CAPERNAUM.—Jesus heals a paralytic. 39) sat; and the

honour is huwhole multitude unto Simon, “ Launch out into the 17 And it came to pass on a certain

mility. Pro. 16, stood on the

33. shore. Mat.13, 2.

deep, and leth down your nets for a day, as he was teaching, that there z Mat. 14, 23. h Jno. 21, 6. draught.” 5 And Simon answering were pharisees and doctors of the law "

a He that doeth i Except the Lord

truth cometh to build the house, said unto him, “ Master, we have sittingra by, which were come out of the light, that they labour in toiled all the night, and have taken' I every town of Galilee, and Judæa,

his deeds may vain that build

be made mani. it; except the nothing : neverthelessk at thy word I and Jerusalem : and the power of the

fest, that thes Lord keep the

are wronght in will let down the net.” city, the watch

6 And when Lord was present to heal them. God." Jno.3, 21. man waketh but they had this done, they inclosed a 18 And, behold, men brought in a bed

b Mat.9, 2. Ma. in vain. Ps.127,1.

2, 3. Jno. 5, 5, 6. k so I prophesied great multitude of fishes : and their a man which was taken with a palsy : c... The houses of as I was com- net brake. ? And they beckoned un- | and they sought means to bring him

Jerusalem ... manded, and as

shall be defiled I prophesied to their partners, which were in the in, and to lay him before him. 19 And ...upon there was a noise,

roofs they have and behold a

: other ship, that they should come when they could not find by what way burned incense shaking, and and help them. And they came, they might bring him in because of

unto all the host the bones came

of heaven... together, bone and filled both the ships, so that they the multitude, they went upon the Je. 19, 13. to his bone. Ez.

d I, even I, am began to sink. 8 When Simon Peter housetop, and let him down through "He that blotteth 37, 7. 1 A man that hath saw it, he fell“ down at Jesus' knees, the tiling with his couch into the

out thy trans

out friends must

gressions for shew himself saying, “ Depart from me ; for I am midst before Jesus. 20 And when he mine own sake, friendly.... Pro. a sinful man, o Lord.” 9For he saw their faith, he said unto him,

and will not re18, 24. Ex. 23,5.

member thy m And Manoah was astonished, and all that were “Man, thy sins are forgiven thee.”'d

sins. Is. 43, 25, said unto his

f I acknowledged his with him, at the draught" of the fishes | 21 And the scribes and the pharisees wife, We shall

my sin unto Thee burely die, be- which they had taken : 10 and so was began to reason, saying, “Who is

and mine inicause we have

quity have I not Seen Gode "Su | also James, and John, the sons of this which speaketh blasphemies? hid; I said, I 13, 22. 2 Sa. 6, 9: Zebedee, which were partners with | Who can forgive sins, but God alone?” |

will confess my n ... Thou madest

transgressions him to have do- Simon. And Jesus said unto Simon, 22 But when Jesus perceived their unto the

unto the Lord, minion over the

and Thon forover the “ Fear not; from works of thy

henceforth thou thoughts, he answering said unto gavest the inihands, Thou shalt catch men."O 11 And when they them, “What reason ye in your

quity of my sin. hast put all

Ps. 32, 5. things under his

or his had brought their ships to land, they hearts? 23 Whether is easier, to say, 9 The feet...the fish of forsook all, and followed him.

of the wicked

Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to say, the sea, & what

are an abominasoever passeth

Rise up and walk ? 24 But that ye tion to the Lord through the Jesus heals a leper. 38

...Pr. 15, 26. paths of the seas.

may know that the Son of man hath He shall see of Ps. 8, 6, 8.

the travail of his 12 And” it came to pass, when he power upon earth to forgive sins, (he o... Peter said un

soul, and shall to them, Repent was in a certain city, behold a man said unto the sick of the palsy,) I say be satistied; by

his knowledge 41, P then full of leprosy: who seeing Jesus fell | unto thee, Arise, and take up thy shall my rightethey that gladly on his face, and besought him, say-couch, and go unto thine house."

ous servant justreceived hisword

ify many ; for he were baptized & ing, “Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst 25 And immediatelyi he rose up before shall bear their the same day / make me clean.” 13 And he put forth them, and took up that whereon he

iniquities. Is. there were added

53, 9. unto them about his hand, and touched him, saying, lay, and departed to his own house, For he spake, & 3000 souls. Ac.

it was done: He! 2, 38, 41. AC. “ I will : bel thou clean." And im- glorifying God. 26 And they were all |

commanded, and pMat.8,2. Ma.1,40 mediately the leprosy departed from amazed, and they glorified God, and

it stood fast. 9 2 Ki, 5, 10.

Ps. 33, 9. - Then shali the him. 14 And he charged him to tell were filled with fear, saying, “ We k ....... And they priest command

shall fear and to take for him no man: but go, and shew thyself to have seen strange things to-day.”

tremble for all that is to be the priest, and offer for thy cleansing,

the goodness & cleansed, two

for all the prosbirds alive and according as Moses commanded," for 27. Capernaum.—Jesus calls Matthew. 40

perity that I proclean, and cedar | a testimony unto them. 15 Bút so 27 And after these things he went

cure unto it (Jewood, & scarlet,

rusalem). Je. and hyssop. Le much the more went there a famex forth, and saw a publican, named 33, 9. 14,4. | abroad of him : and great multitudes | Levi, sitting at the receipt of custom; l 2, 14.

I Mat. 9, 9. Ma.

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A.D. 28. and he said unto him, “Follow me.” | pharisees said unto them, “Why do A.D. 28.

| 28 And he left all, rose up, and fol- | ye that which is not lawful to do on m Yet not alto

and evil. He. gether with the

the sabbath' days ?” 8 And Jesus

5, 14. fornicators of

u De. 23, 25.

answering them said, “ Have ye not this world, or 28. Capernaum.—Jesus eats with publicans 65

Mat. 12, 1. Ma. and sinners in Levi's house. with the covet

read so much as this, what David 2, 23. ous or extortion 29 And Levi made him a great" | did, when himself was an hungered,

v If thou turn ers, or with idol

away thy foot aters; for then feast in his own house: and there and they which were with him ; 4 how from the sabmust ye needs

bath, from doAs was a great company of publicans and he went into the house of God, and go out of the

ing thy pleasure 1 Co.5, of others that sat down with them. did take and eat the shewbread, and

on my holy day;

and call the sab: Which say, 30 But their scribes and pharisees" | gave also to them that were with him ; bath a delight, Stand bythyself, murmured against his disciples, say- which it is not lawful to eat but for

the holy of the come not near to

Lord, honourame, for I am ho- | ing, “Why do ye eat and drink with the priestsy alone?” 5 And he said ble; and shalt lier than thou.

honour Him, not These

publicans and sinners ?” are A

31 And Je- unto them, That the Son of man is doing thine own smoke in mynose sus answering said unto them, “They Lord also of the sabbath.

ways, nor finding (or anger), a fire

thine own pleathat burneth all that are whole need not a physician ;

sure, nor speakthe day. Is.65, 5.

5. but they that are sick.. 32 I came / 28. Galilee.—Jesus restores a withered hanı. 44 ing thine own o Is there no balm

words. Is. 58, 13. in Gilead? Is not to call the righteous, but sinners

x 1 Sa. 21, 6.

6 Anda it came to pass also on anthere no physi

Ex. 29, ' 32, 33. cian there why to repentance.” 33 And they said unthen is not the to him, “Why do the disciples of

other sabbath, that he entered into

Le. 8, 31; and

24, 6, 9. health of the

the synagogue and taught : and there 2 ...I was in the daughter of My John fast often, and make prayers,

Spirit on the people recov-and likewise the disciples of the pha

was a man whose right hand was'

Lord's day...Re. ered ? Je. 8, 22. and likewise the disciples of the pha: | withered. 7 And the scribes and pha 1, 10. Mat. 12, 8. p Such were some risees; but thine eat and drink?"

Ma. 2, 28. of you, but ye

risees watched him, whether he would a Ch. 13, 14; and are washed, but

| heal on the sabbath day : that they 1.14,3. Mat. 12, 10. ye are sanctified, | make the children of the bridechamber

b ...Jeroboam... but ye are justi

| might find an accusation against him. put forth his fied in the name fast, while the bridegroom is with |

hand from the of the Lord Je-them ? 35 But the days will come,

8 But he knew their thoughts, and

altar, saying, sus, and by the

said to the man which had the with Lay hold on him. Spirit of our when the bridegroom shall be taken

And his hand God. 1 Co. 6, 11.

which ered hand, “Rise up, and stand

he put 9 And when they away from them, and then shall forth in the midst.” And he arose

forthagainst him had ordained they fast in those days." 36 And he

(the man of God) them elders in

and stood forth. Then said Jesus dried up, so that every church, & spake also a parable" unto them;

he could not pull

unto them, “I will ask you one thing; had prayed with

it in again to “No man putteth a piece of a new fasting...Ac. 14,

Is it lawful on the sabbath days to him. 1 Ki. 13,4. 23. garment upon an old ; if otherwise,

C All my familr Mat. 9, 16. Ma.

do good, or to do evil ? to save life, iars watched for 2, 21, 22. Then then both the new maketh a rent, and

or to destroy it?10 And looking

my halting, saysaid Jonathan, the piece that was taken out of the

ing, PeradvenMy father hath

round about upon them all, he said ture he will be troubled the new agreeth not with the old. 37 And

enticed, and we land; see, I pray

unto the man, “ Stretch forth thy

shall prevail ayou, how mine no man putteth new wine into old

hand.” And he did so; and his hand gainst him, and eyes have been bottles ; else the new wine will burst

we shall take enlightened, be

was restored whole as the other. our revenge on cause I tasted a the bottles, and be spilled, and the

the 11 And they were filled with madness;

him. Je. 20, 10. little of this | bottles shall perish. 38 But new wine

d Shall not God honey. 1 Sa. 14,

and communed one with another what search this out? 29. must be put into new bottles ;& and

For He knoweth & Now after that

| they might do to Jesus.

the secrets of the ye have known both are preserved. 39 No man also

heart. Ps. 44,21. turn having drunk old wine straightway Jesus chooses the twelve apostles. D 46 e ... With anger, ye again (or

being grieved back) to the

| desireth new : for he saith, The old 12 And it came to pass in those for the hardness weak & beggarly

(or blindness) of elements (or ru

days, that he went out into a moun- |

their hearts. diments)... Ga. 28. ON THEIR RETURN FROM JERUSALEM.

| tain to pray, and continued all night 4, 9.

Ma 3,5 t Strong meat be- | The disciples on the Sabbath pluck ears of corn. y in prayer to God. 13 And when it 9 And Jacob was longeth to them

left alone, and that are of full 16 AND it came to pass on the se- / was day, he called unto him his dis- |

there wrestled a (or perfect age,

A cond sabbath after the first, ciples ; and of them he chose twelve,” even to those

until the breakwho by reason of that he went through the corn fields; whom also he named apostles ; 14 Si ing of the day. use (or an habit

Ge. 32, 24. and his disciplesų plucked tne ears of mon, (whom he also named Peter,:) | or perfection)

h Mat. 10. 1. Ma. have their senses corn, and did eat, rubbing them in and Andrew his brother, James and 3, 13; and 6, 7. exercised to dis

i Jno. 1, 42. cern both good their hands. 2 And certain of the John, Philip and Bartholomew,


man with him

A.D. 28. | 15 Matthew and Thomas, James the every man that asketh of thee; and A.D. 28. son of Alphæus, and Simon called of him that taketh away thy goods

a Ch. 23, 34. Ac. Kvanto oth Jesus Zelotes, 16 and Judask the brother of ask them not again. 31 And as ye -7,6o. Christ and bro

James, and Judas Iscariot, which would that men should do to you, do b 1 Co. 6, 7, ther of James...

C... The righteous Jude 1. | also was the traitor. 17 And he came' ye also to them likewise.d 32 For if giveth and spar( Mat. 4, 25. M

eth not. Pro. 3, 7.

Mai | down with them, and stood in the ye love them which love you, what the hot. m Bless the Lord, plain, and the company of his disci- thank have ye? for sinners also love d For all the las O my soul, and

is fulilled in one forget not all ples, and a great multitude of people those that love them. 33 And if ye|

word, even in His benefits :

this, Thou shalt out of all Judæa and Jerusalem, and do good to them which do good to who forgiveth

love thy neighall thine iniqui- from the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon, you, whate thank have ye? for sin bour as thysell. ties, who healeth

Ga. 5, 14. all thy diseases. which came to hear him, and to be ners also do even the same. 34 And

e ...If when ye do Ps. 103, 2, 3. healed of their diseases ;m 18 and they if ye lend to them of whom ye hope well and suffer n ......And Moses

for it, ye take it made a serpent that were vexed with unclean spirits : to receive, what thank have ye? for patiently, this is of brass, and put and they were healed. 19 And the sinners also lend to sinners, to receive

acceptable with it upon a pole;

God. 1 Pe. 2, 20. and it canio tó | whole multitude sought to touch" him: as much again. 35 But love ye your The righteous pass that if a

is ever (or all serpent had bitfor there went virtue out of him, and enemies, and do good, and lend,

the day) merciten any man,

hoping for nothing again ;' and your

ful and lendeth; when he beheld

and his seed is the serpent of 28. CAPEANAUM.-Jesus delivers the sermon 47 l be the children of the Ilighest : for

reward shall be great, and ye shall blessed. Ps. 37, brass, he lived.

26, and 112, 5. Nu. 21, 9. on the mount.

Pro. 19, 17, & 22. 0 ... Hath not God

20 And he lifted up his eves on his he is kind unto the unthankful and 9 Ve. 27. chosen the poor

i For ye know the of this world, | disciples, and said, ** Blessed be veo | to the evil. 30 Be ye therefore mer- |

grace of our Lord rich in faith and

Christ, heirs of thekina- | poor : for yours is the kingdom of ciful as your Father also is merciful. | Jesus

that though he dom which lle God. 21 Blessed are ye that hunger

37 Judge' not, and ye shall not be was rich, yet for hath promised to

your sakes he theu" that love now: for ye shall be filled.22 Blessed judged : condemn not, and ye shall |

became poor, Ilim. Ja. 2, 5.

are ye that weep now: for ve shall not be condemned : forgive, and yel that ye, through p For Ile satisfi

his poverty, eth the longing / laugh.2 Blessed are ye, when men shall be forgiven : 1 give, and it

might be rieh. soul, and filleth

2 Co. 8. 9. the hungry soul | shall hate" you, and when they shall shall be given" unto you; good mea- |

k Be ve therefore with soudness. I separate you from their company, and sure, pressed down, and shaken to- followers of God Ps. 107, 9.

as dear children. q God shall wipe | shall reproach you, and cast out your gether, and running over, shall men

Ep. 5, 1. away all tears

| name as evil, for the Son of man's / give into your bosom." For with from their eyes,

........Judge no

thing before the and there shall sake. 23 Rejoices ve in that day, and the same measure that ye mete time. 1 Co.4,5. be no more death,

Mat.7, 1. Ro. 2.1. neither sorrow, | leap for joy: for, behold, your re-withal it shall be measured to you

m The blessing of nor crying, neiin ward is great in heaven : for in the again."

the Lord, it makther shall there

eth rich; and He be any more like manner did their fatherse unto 39 And he spake a parableo unto

addeth no 501709 pain: for the foror the prophets. 24 But woe unto you them, “ Can the blind lead the blind ?

with it. Pro. 10, mer things are passed away. that are rich !for ve have received shall they not both fall into the ditch ? I n And the Lord Re, 21, 4.

turned the capr Jno. 17, 11. your consolation. 25 Woe unto you 40 The discipler is not above his mas- tivits

tivity of Job: $ And they de- that are full! for ye shall hunger.a ter: but every one that is perfect

wlien he prayed parted from the

for liis friends; presence of the Woe unto you that laugh now! for shall be as his master. 41 And why also the Lord council, rejoicing that they ye shall mourn and weep. 26 Woe beholdest? thou the mote that is in gave twice

as much as he were counted unto you, when all men shall speaky | thy brother's eye, but perceivest not had before for Worthy to suffer

added all that shame for His well of you ! for so did their fathers the beam that is in thine own eye ?r hade

had been to Job name. Ac. 5, 41. to the false prophets.

42 Either how canst thou say to thy unto the double 1 Pe. 3, 14.

Job 42, 10. & Which of the 27 “ But I say unto you which hear, brother, Brother, let me pull out the Is. 66, 10. Mat. prophets have

Love your enemies, do good to them mote that is in thine eye, when thoughts not your fathers

Mat. 10,21. Jne. perseented ?..... which hate you, 28 bless them that thyself beholdest not the beam that 13, 16 ; & 15, 20 Ac. 7, 52.

• Or, shall be pre ulla. 2, 9. curse you, and pray” for them which is in thine own eye? Thou hypo

fected as his masv Ch. 16, 25.

despitefully use you. 29 And unto crite, cast out first the beam out of topics xIs. 28, 7; and

12 Mat. 7, 3. 65, 13. "“ him that smiteth thee on the one thine own eye, and then shalt thou | Pro. 18, 17. y 1 Jno. 4,5.

Pro, cheek offer also the other; and him Ex. 23, 4. Pro.

8 Ro. 2, 21. see clearly to pull out the mote that|: No

| Mat. 7, 17; and 25, 21. Mat. 5, that taketh away thy cloak forbid' is in thy brother's eye. 43 For a 12, 33. 11. Iko. 12, 2), 1

| not to take thy coat also. 30 Give to good tree' bringeth not forth corrupt |


A.D. 29.

| fruit; neither doth a corrupt tree | under my roof: 7 wherefore neither / A.D. 28.

| bring forth good fruit. 44 For every thought I myself worthy to come un- i The Lord killeth u Beloved, believe

and maketh 2tree is known by his own fruit." For to thee: but say in a word, and my not every spirit,

live; lle bringbut try the spir" of thorns men do not gather figs, nor servant shall be healed. For I also eth down to the its whether they

grave and bringare of God: be

of a bramble bush gather they Xgrapes. amk a man set under authority, hav- eth up. 1 Sa. 2,6. cause many false 15 A good man out of the good trea-ing under me soldiers, and I say unto k All the inha prophets are

tants of the earth gone out into the sure of his heart bringeth forth that one, Go, and he goeth; and to ano are reputed as world. 1Jno. 4,1.

nothing, and He x Gr., grape. which is good ;' and an evil man out ther, Come, and he cometh ; and to

doeth according u The tongue of of the evil treasure of his heart bring my servant, Do this, and he doeth it." to His will in the just is as

the army of heachoice silver: Jeth forth that which is evil : for of 'When Jesus heard these things, he

ven and among the heart of the the abundance of the heart his mouth | marvelled at him, and turned him

the inhabitants wicked is little

of the earth; & worth. Pro. 10,

about, and said unto the people that none can stay 20; and 12, 18. 2, 18. 4666 And why calls ye me, Lord, followed him, “I say unto you, I

His hand, or say Ep. 4, 29.

unto Him, x Benot deceived, Lord, and do not the things which I have not found so great faith, no, not

" What doest God is not mock

Thou." Da. 4, 35. ed; for whatso- say? 47 Whosoever cometh to me, in Israel."" 10 And they that were Gr. this man. ever a man sowand heareth my sayings, and doeth sent, returning to the house, found

1 ... Israel, which

colorie: eth, that shall

followed after he also reap. Ga. them, I will shew you to whom he is the servant whole that had been sick. the law of righ6, 7.

teousness, hath 1. 1. 6. Mat I like : 48 he is like a man which built

28. Nain.--Jesus raiscs a wilow's son to

not attained to °7, 21; & 25, 11. an house, and digged deep, and laid

7 49

the law of righ

life. z Blessed are they

teousness ....bethat do His com- | the foundation on a rock :4 and when 11 And it came to pass the day after cause theysonght mandments that the flood arose, the stream beat vehe- ' that he went into a city called Nain;

it not by faith... they may have

Ro. 9, 31, 32. right to the tree mently upon that house, and could and many of his disciples went with

m ...So they shall

... of life, and may

quench my coal not shake it : for it was founded upon him, and much people. 12 Now when enter in through

which is left, & the gates into a rock. 49 But he that heareth, and he came nigh to the gate of the city,

shall not leave the city. Re. 22,

to my husband doeth not, is like a man that without behold, there was a dead man carried

neither name a... Behold, I lay Hay | a foundation built an house upon the out, the only son of his mother, and

nor remainder in Zion for a

upon the earth. foundation a earth; against which the stream did

2 Sa. 14, 7. 1 Ki.

she was a widow ;" and much people stone, &

she was a widow;" and much people tried

17, 9. 2 K14, 16. stove, a precious beat vehemently, and immediately it of the city was with her. 13 And n The blessing of corner stone, a fell; and the ruin of that house was when the Lord saw her, he had com- |

him that was sure fomudation :

ready to perish he that believeth

passion on her, and said unto her, came upon me, shall not make

and I caused the haste. Is. 28, 16. 28. CAPERNAH.-Jesus heals a centurion's 1

“Weep not.” 14 And he came and widow's heart to b Him that is able

touched the wbier: and they that bare

sing for joy. Job to keep you from

29, 13. falling...Ju. 24. 7 N OWe when he had ended all his him stood still. And he said, “Young w Or, cofin. ¢1 Jno. 2, 3. walk

I & Whoso

savings in the audience of the man, I say unto thee, Arise.”15 And 'who amickenethi eth

uprightly people, he entered into Capernaum. he that was dead sat up, and began uprightly

the dead, and shall be saved:

calleth those but he that is 2 And a certain centurion's servant, to speak.” And he delivered him to things which be perverse in his who was dearf unto him, was sick, his mother. 16 And there came a fear

not as though ways shall fall

they were. Ro. at once. Pro. 28, and ready to die. 8 And when he on all : and they glorified God, say 4, 17. 18. 1 Jno. 2, 19

P..Ile (Elisha) e Mat. 8, 5.

""| heard of Jesus, he sent unto him the ing, That a great prophet is risen up went in thereDid not Ile that elders of the Jews, beseeching him among us; and, That God hath vis

fore, and shut made me in the

the door upon womb makelim, that he would come and heal his ser-itede his people. 17 And this rumour them twain, and and did not one

prayed unto the vant. And when they came to Je- of him went forth throughout all Jufashion us in the

Lord...and the woml?Job 31,16. sus, they besought him instantly, dæa, and throughout all the region child opened his

eyes. 2 Ki.4, 33. saying, That he was worthy for whom round about.

q Mat. 7, 37. Jno. | he should do this : 5 for he lovethe g 2 Ch. 6, 32.

4, 19; 6, 14; and

8. GALILEE.-John in prison sends troo 1 Ki.5, 1. Ga. our nation, and he hath built us a

sends two of R 50 9,17ch. 1, 68. his disciples to Jesus.

r Mat. 11, 2. 6, 6. 1 Jno. 3,

$ ... Rabbi, he that 14:and 6. 10:7. synagogue. 6 Then Jesus went with 18 And” the disciples of John shewed / **

was with thee bek A man's pride them. And when he was now not him of all these things. 19 And John

yond Jordan, to shall bring him

whom thou barlow, but honour | far from the house, the centurion sent calling unto him two of his disciples est witness, beshall uphold the

hold, the same friends to him, saying unto him, sent them to Jesus, saying, “ Art humble in spirit.

baptizeth, and Pro. 29, 23. Ge. “ Lord, trouble not thyself: for I am thou hes that should come ? or look all men come to 32, 10. Ja. 4, 6,

IIim. Jno.3, 26. I not worthy" that thou shouldest enter I we for another?” 20 When the men!

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