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LUKE." JOHN. CHAP. VIII. CHAP. I. CHAP.V. way, shew thy- way, shew thy
shew thyself to the priest, self to the priest, self to the priest, and offer the gift, and offer for thy and offer for thy cleansing those
cleansing, accordthat Moses things which Mo
ing as Moses commanded
ses commanded commanded,
15 But so much
broad of him :
to be healed by
17 And it came
LUKE. JOHN. CHAP. IX, CHAP: II,
no room to
18 | And behold, they brought come unto him, hold, men brought to him a man sick bringing one sick in a bed a
which was taken with the palsy ly- of the palsy, with a palsy ; ing on a bed: which was borne of four.
and they sought
couch, into the midst before Jesus
LUKE. JOHN. CHAP. IX. CHAP. II. CHAP. V.
5 When Jesus 20 And when he seeing their faith, saw their faith, he saw their faith, he said unto the sick said unto the sick said unto him, of the palsy, Son, of the palsy, Son,
Man, be of good cheer, thy sins be for- thy sins be for- thy sins are forgiven thee.
given thee. 3 And behold, 6 But there 21 And the certain of the were certain of the scribes and the scribes,
scribes sitting Pharisees began to said within them- there, and reason- reason, saying, selves;
ing in their hearts.
7 Why doth Who is this this man thisman thus speak which speaketh blasphemeth. blasphemies? who blasphemies? Who
can forgive sins, can forgive sins
but God alone?
8 And im
mediately, when 22 But when Jesus knowing Jesus perceived Jesus preceived
in his spirit, that their thoughts, they so reasoned their thoughts,
within themselves, he answering, said,
he said unto them, said unto them, Werefore think Why reason ye What reason ye
in your hearts ? 5 For whether is 9 Whether is 23 Whether is it easier to say
easier to say, to the sick of the
palsy, Thy sins be for- Thy sins be for- Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to given thee : or to given thee ; or to
say, Arise, say, Rise up
& take up thy bed, and walk and walk ?
and walk ? 6 But that ye 10 But that ye
24 But that
ye may know that the may know that the may know that the Son of man hath Son of man hath Son of man hath power on
on earth power upon earth to forgive sins, to forgive sins, to forgive , sins, Then saith he to (he saith to
he said unto the sick of the the sick of the the sick of the palsy, palsy)
palsy, 11 I say unto thee, I say unto thee, Arise,
Arise, and Arise, and take up thy bed, take up thy bed, take up thy couch,
your hearts ?
your hearts ?
easier to say,
LUKE. JOHN. CHAP. IX. CHAP. II.
CHAP. V. and go thy way and go unto thine house. into thine house. unto thine house. 7 And
12 And imme- 25 And imme.
took up the bed, up before them,
fore them all; whereon he lay,
• and departed to to his house.
his own house,
glorifying God. 8 But when the insomuch. that multitude saw it, they
they 26 And they marvelled, were all amazed, were all amazed, and glorified
and glorified and they glorified God, God,
God, which had given such power unto men,
with fear, saying, We
saying, We never saw it on have seen strange this fashion. things to day.
31. Matthew is
13 And he went forth again by the sea-side ;* and all the multitude resorted unto him, & he taught them.
27 And after 9 | And as Je- 14 And as he these things he sus passed forth passed by went forth, from thence, he saw a man named he saw Levi theson and saw a publican Matthew,
of Alpheus, named Levi, sitting at the re- sitting at the re- sitting at the receipt of custom:t ceipt of custom, ceipt of custom :
Place.Galilee. I + Capernaum.