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MATTHEW.

MARK.

LUKE.

JOHN. CHAP. III.

CHAP. I. CHAP III.

hill shall be brought
low: and the crook-
ed shall be made
straight, and the
rough ways shall be
made smooth;

6 And all flesh
shall see the salva,

tion of Gud. 4 And this same 6 And John was John had his rai- clothed with cament ofcamel’shair, mel's hair, and with and aleatherngirdle a girdle of a skin aabout his loins : and bout his loins, and his meat waslocusts he did eat locusts and wild honey.

and wild honey ; 5 Then went out 5 And there went to him Jerusalem, out unto him all the and all judea, and land of Judea, and all the region round they of Jerusalem, about Jordan, 6 And were bap- tised of him in the

and were all bap: tised of him in Jordan, confessing

river of Jordan, their sins.

confessingtheirsins, 7 | But when he

✓ Then said he to saw many of the

the multitude that Pharisees and Sad

came forth to be ducees come to his

baptised of him, baptism, he said unto them, O generation of

O generation of vipers, who hath

vipers, who hath warned

you
to flee

warned you to flee from the wrath to

from the wrath to come.

come. 8 Bring forth

8 Bring forth therefore fruits

thereforefruitswormeetforrepentance;

thy of repentance, 9 And think not

and begin not to say within your

to say within yourselves, We have A.

selves, We have Abraham to our fa

braham to our father: for I say unto

ther; for I

say

unto you, that God is

you, that God is able of these stones

able of these stones

MATTHEW.

CHAP. III.

to raise up children unto Abraham.

10 And now also the axe is laid unto the root of the trees; therefore every tree which bringeth not forthgood fruit, is hewn down, and cast into the fire.

MARK.
LUKE.

JOHN
CHAP. III.
to raise up children
unto Abraham.
9 And now

also the axe is laid unto the root of the trees; every tree therefore that bringeth not forthgood fruit, is hewn down, and cast into the fire.

10 And the people asked him, saying, What shall wedo then?

11 He answereth and saith unto them, Hethat hath two coats, let him impart to him that hath none; and he that hath meat,let him do likewise.

12 Then came also publicans to be baptised, and said unto him, Master, what shall we do?

13 And he said unto them, Exact no more than that which is appointed you.

14 And the soldiers likewise demanded af him saying, And what shall we do? And he said unto them, Do violence to no man, neither

accuse any falsely; and be content with your wages.

15 And as the people were in expectation, and all men mused in their hearts of John, whether he were the Christ, or not:

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MATTHEW.

MARK.

LUKE. JOHN CHAP. III.

CHAP I. CHAP. III.
7 And preached, 16 John answer-
saying,

ed, saying unto 11 I indeed 8 I indeed have them all, I indeed baptise you with baptised you with baptise you with water unto repent- water:

water; ance ; but he that cometh after me is there cometh one

but one mightier than I, mightier than I mightier than I

after me, the latchet cometh, the latchet whose shoes I am of whose shoes I am of whose shoesIam not worthy to bear: not worthy to stoop not worthy to down and uploose ;

unloose : he shall baptise he shall baptise he shall baptise you with the Holy you with the Holy you with the Holy Ghost, Ghost.

Ghost, and with fire ;

and with fire. 12 Whose fan

17 Whose fan is in his hand, and

is in his hand, and he will throughly

he will throughly purge his floor, and

purge his floor and gather his wheat

will gather the into the garner ;

wheat into his garbut he will burn

ner ; but the chaff up the chaff with

he will burn with unquenchable fire.

fire unquenchable.

THE END OF PART I.

THE TRANSACTIONS OF ABOUT SIX MONTHS, FROM JESUS'S BAP

TISM UNTIL THE BEGINNING OF THE ENSUING PASSOVER.

The Bap

MATTHEW.
MARK.

LUKE. JOHN.
CHAP. III. CHAP. I.

CHAP. III. $ 16. tism of Jesus. 9 And

21 Now when all the people were

baptised, it came to pass it came to pass 13 | Then in those days, cometh Jesus

that Jesus came that Jesus from

from Nazareth of Galilee*

Galilee, to Jordan unto John, to be baptised of him.

14 But John forbad him, saying, I have need to be baptised of thee, & comest thou to me?

15 And Jesus answering, said unto him, suffer it to be so now: for thus it becometh us to fulfil all righteousness. Then he suf, fered him.

and was baptised also being baptised

of John in Jordan.t 16 And Jesus 10 And straightwhen he was bap- way, tised, went up

coming up, straightway out of the water : out of the water and

and praying, lo,the heavens were he saw the heavens the heaven was opened unto him, opened,

opened. and he

and the 22

And the Spirit of God Spirit like a dove Holy Ghost de

• Time....A. D. 30. The first of his ministry. I + Place....Jordan.

saw the

JOHN.

a

1

MATTHEW. MARK.

LUKE. CHAP. III. CHAP. I. CHAP. III. descending like a descending scended in a bom dove, and light

dily shape, like a ing upon him.

upon him. dove upon him, 17 and lo, 11 And there and

voice from camea voicefrom a voicecamefrom heaven, saying, heaven, saying, heavenwhichsaid This is my be- Thou art my be- Thou art my beloved Son, in loved Son, in loved Son, in whom I am well whom I am well thee I am well pleased. pleased. pleased.

23 And Jesus himself began to be about thirty years of

age, being (as was supposed) the son of

Joseph; pa. 15.* 17. The

CHAP. IV. Temptation of

And Jesus being Jesus.

full of the Holy

Ghost, returned CHAP IV.

from Jordan, Then was Je- 12 And imme. sus led up of the diately the spirit and was led by spirit into

driveth him into the spirit into the wilderness, the wilderness. the wilderness,

13 And he was there in the wilderness

2 Being forty

forty to be tempted of days tempted of days tempted of the devil, Satan :

the devil. and was with

the wild beasts ; 2 And when

And in those he had fasted

days he did eat forty days and

nothing: forty nights,

and when they

were ended, he was afterward

he afterward an hungered.

hungered. 3 And when

3 And the tempter came

the devil to him, he said,

said unto him,

* Time....A. D. 30. I † Place....The Desert.

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