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partners that were in the other certain day, as he sat teaching, ship, that they should come and that there were also Pharisees kelp them.
And they came, and doctors of the law sitting ind filled both the ships, so that by, that were come out of every they were almost sinking. town of Galilee and Judea and
8 Which when Simon Peter Jerusalem; and the power of saw, he fell down at Jesus's the Lord was to heal them. knees, saying: Depart from me, 18 . And behold men brought for I am a sinful man, O Lord. in a bed a man who had the
9 For he was wholly asto- | palsy: and they sought means nished, and all that were with to bring him in, and to lay him him, at the draught of the fishes before him. which they had taken.
19 And when they could not 10 And so were also James find by what way they might and John the sons of Zebedee, bring himn in, because of the who were Simon's partners. multitude, they went up upon And Jesus saith to Simon: Fear the roof, and let him down not; from henceforth thou shalt through the tiles with his bed catch men.
into the midst before JESUS. 11 And having brought their 20 Whose faith when he saw, ships to land, leaving all things he said: Man, thy sins are forthey followed him.
given thee. 12 a And it came
21 And the scribes and Pha. when he was in a certain city, risees began to think, saying: behold a man full of leprosy, Who is this who speaketh blas. who seeing JESUS, and falling phemies? Who can forgive sins, on his face, besought him, say- but God alone? ing: Lord, if thou wilt, thou 22 And when JESUS knew canst make me clean.
their thoughts, answering he 13 And stretching forth his said to them: What is it you hand he to ed him, saying: think in your hearts ! I will. Be thou cleansed. And 23 Which is easier to say, immediately the leprosy de-Thy sins are forgiven thee: or parted from him.
to say, Arise and walk ? 14 And he charged him that 24 But that you may know he should tell no man, but; Go; that the son of man hath power shew thyself to the priest, and on earth to forgive sins (he offer for thy cleansing according saith to the sick of the palsy) as Moses commanded, for a tes- I say to thee, Arise, take up thy timony to them,
bed, and go into thy house, 15 But the fame of him went 25 And immediately rising up abroad the more, and great mul- before them, he took up the bed titudes came together to hear, on which he lay; and went and to be healed by him of their away to his own house, glonfy. infirmities.
ing God. 16 And he retired into the 26 And all were astonished: desert and prayed.
and they glorified God, And 17 And it came to pass on they were filled with fear, say
#Matt. 8.2. Mark 1. 40. Lev. 14.4.
c Matt. 9. 9.
Mark 2 3.
ing: We have seen wonderful 37 And no man putteth new things to day.
wine into old bottles : otherwise 27 « And after these things he the new wine will break the went forth, and saw a publican bottles, and it will be spilled named Levi, sitting at the re- and the bottles will be lost. ceipt of custom, and he said to 38 But new wine must be put him: Follow me.
into new bottles; and both are 28 And leaving all things he preserved. rose up and followed him.
39 And no man drinking old, 29 And Levi made him a hath presently a mind to new: great feast in his own house; for he saith, The old is better. and there was a great company of publicans, and of others, that
CHAP. VI. were table with them.
Christ excuses his disciples : he cures 30 6 But the Pharisees and upon the sabbath-day : chooses the
trvclve, and makes a sermon to them. scribes murmured, saying to his disciples: Why do you eat and
ND dit came to pass on the
second first sabbath, that pers?
as he went through the corn31 And JESUS answering, said fields his disciples plucked the to them: They that are whole, ears, and did eat rubbing them need not the physician: but they in their hands, that are sick.
2 And some of the Pharisees 32 I came not to call the just, said to them: Why do you that but sinners to penance.
which is not lawful on the sab33 And they said to him: bath-days? • Why do the disciples of John
3 And Jesus answering them, fast often and make prayers,
said: Have you not read so and the disciples of the Phari- much as this, what David did, sees in like manner; but thine when himself was hungry and eat and drink.
they that were with him : 34 To whom he said: Can you
4. How he went into the make the children of the bride- house of God, and took and ate groom fast, whilst the bride- the bread of proposition, and groom is with them?
gave to them that were with 35 But the days will come; him, which is not lawful to eat when the bridegroom shall be but only for the priests? taken away from them, then
5 And he said to them: The shall they fast in those days.
son of man is Lord also of the 36 And he spoke also a simi- sabbath. litude to them: That no man 6 And it came to pass also on putteth a piece from a new garment upon an old garment: d Matt. 12. 1. Mark 2. 23.-el Kings otherwise he both rendeth the
21. 6.- Exod. 29. 32. Lev, 24. 9. new, and the piece taken from
CHAP. VI. Ver. 1. The second first the new agreeth not with the
sabbath. Some understand this of old.
the sabbath of Pentecost, which was the second in course amongst the
great feasts : others, of a sabbath-day * Matt. 9. 9. Mark 2. 14.- Mark 2 that immediately followed any solemn 16.-c Mark 2. 18.
another sabbath, that he entered 17 And coming down with into the synagogue, and taught. them, he stood in a plain place, • And there was a man, whose and the company of his disci right hand was withered. ples, and a very great multitude
7. And the scribes and Phari- of people from all Judea and sees watched if he would heal Jerusalem, and the sea-coast on the sabbath; that they might both of Tyre and Sidon, find an accusation against him. 18 Who were come to hear
3 But he knew their thoughts; him, and to be healed of their and said to the man who had diseases. And they that were the withered hand: Arise, and troubled with unclean spirits, stand forth in the midst. And were cured. rising he stood forth.
19 And all the multitude 9 Then Jesus said to them: sought to touch him for virtue I ask you, if it be lawful on went out from him, and healed the sabbath-days to do good or all. to do evil; to save life, or to 20 . And he, lifting up his destroy!
eyes on his disciples, said: 10 And looking round about Blessed are ye poor: for yours on them all, he said to the man: is the kingdom of God. Stretch forth thy hand. And 21 Blessed
are ye that he stretched it forth: and his hunger now: for you shall be hand was restored.
filled. Blessed are ye that weep 11 And they were filled with now ; for you shall laugh. madness; and they talked one 22 • Blessed shall you be with another, what they might when men shall hate you, and do to JESUS.
when they shall separate you, 12 And it came to pass in and shall reproach you, and those days, that he went out cast out your name as evil, for into a mountain to pray, and the son of man's sake. he passed the whole night in 23 Be glad in that day and the prayer of God.
rejoice; forbehold, your re13 And when day was coma, ward is great in heaven. For he called unto him his disri- according to these things did ples; and he chose twelve of their fathers to the prophets. them (whom also he named 24 / But wo to you that are Apostles):
rich: for you have your conso. 14 Simon whom he surnamed lation. Peter, and Andrew his brother, 25 & Wo to you that are filled : James and John, Philip and for you shall hunger. Wo to Bartholomew,
you that now laugh: for you 15 Matthew and Thomas, shall mourn and weep. James the son of Alpheus, and 26 Wo to you when men Simon who is called. Zelotes, shall bless you: For according
16 And Jude the brother of to these things did their fathers James, and Judas Iscariot who to the false prophets. was the traitor.
a Matt, 12. 10. Mark 3. 1.- Matt. 10. 1. Mark 3.8.
c Matt. 5. 2.--d Matt. 5. 6.-€ Matt. 5. 11. Eccli. 318. Amos 6. l. & Isaias 65. 13.
27 But I say to you that hear: | to you: good measure and • Love your enemies, do good to pressed down and shaken tothem that hate you.
gether and running over shall 28 Bless them that curse you, they give into your bosom. and pray for them that calum- For with the same measure niate you.
that you shall mete withal, it 29 And to him that striketh shall be measured to you again. thee on the one cheek, offer 39 And he spoke also to them also the othei. Ana him that a similitude: Can the blind lead taketh away from thee thy the blind? do they not both fail cloak, forbid not to take thy into the ditch ? coat also.
40 • The disciple is not above 30 Give to every one that his master : but every one shall asketh thee, and of him that be perfect, if he be as his mastaketh away thy goods, ask ter. them not again.
41 / And why seest thou the 31 And as you would that mote in thy brother's eye: but men should do to you, do you the beam that is in thy own eye also to them in like manner. thou considerest not.
32 And if you love them 42 Or how canst thou say to that love you, what thanks are thy brother: Brother, let me to you? for sinners also love pull the mote out of thy eye, those that love them.
when thou thyself seest not the 33 And if you do good to beam in thy own eye? Hypothem who do good to you; what crite, cast first the beam out of thanks are to you? for sinners thy own eye; and then shalt also do this.
thou see clearly to take out the 34 And if ye lend to them mote from thy brother's eye. of whom ye hope to receive; 43 . For there is no good tres what thanks are to you for that bringeth forth evil fruit: sinners also lend to sinners, for nor an evil tree that bringeth to receive as much..
forth good fruit. 35 But love ye your enemies; 44 For every tree is known do good, and lend, hoping for by its fruit. For men do not nothing thereby: and your re- gather figs from thorns; nor vard shall be great, and you from a bramble bush do they shall be the sons of the Highest: gather the grape. for he is kind to the unthank- 45 A good man out of the ful, and to the evil.
good treasure of his heart 36 Be ye therefore merciful, bringeth forth that which is as your Father also is merciful. good : and an evil man out of
37 < Judge not, and you shall the evil treasure bringeth forth not be judged. Condemn not, that which is evil. For out of and you shall not be condemned. the abundance of the heart the Forgive, and you shall be for mouth speaketh. given.
46 And why call you me 38 Give, and it shall be given
d Matt. 7. 2. Mark 4. 24.- Matt. a Matt. 5. 44.- Deut. 15. 8. Matt. 10. 24. John 13. 16. Matt. 1. 3. S42-c Matt. 7. 1,
& Matt. 7. 18. and 12. 37.
• Lord, Lord : and do not the 6 And Jesus went with them. things which I say?
And when he was now not far 47 Every one that cometh to from the house, the centurion me, and heareth my words, and sent his friends to him, saydoth them, I will shew you to ing: Lord, trouble not thyself. whom he is like.
For I am not worthy that thou 48 He is like to a man build shouldest enter under my roof. ing a house, who digged deep, 7 For which cause neither and laid the foundation upon a
did I think myself worthy to rock.
And when a flood came, come to thee; but say the word, the stream beat vehemently and my servant shall be healed. upon that house, and it could 8 For I also am a man subnot shake it; for it was founded ject to authority, having under cn a rock.
me soldiers : and I say to one, 49 But he that heareth, and Go, and he goeth; and to anos doth not; is like to a man build ther, Come, and he cometh; ing his house upon the earth and to my servant, Do this, without a foundation : against and he doth it. which the stream beat vehe- 9 Which JESUS hearing, marmently, and immediately it fell, velled : and turning about to And the ruin of that house was the multitude that followed great.
him, he said : Amen I say to
you, I have not found so great CHAP. VII.
faith not even in Israel. Christ heals the centurion's servant : 10 And they who were sent
raises the widow's son to life: answers being returned to the house, the messengers sent by John: and absolves the penitent dinner.
found the servant whole who
had been sick. all his words in the hearing
11 And it came to pass afterof the people, he entered into wards, that he went into a city Capharnaum.
that is called Naim; and there
went with him his disciples, 2 And the servant of a certain centurion, who was dear to him,
and a great multitude.
12 And when he came nigh being sick, was ready to die. S And when he had heard of dead man was carried out, the
to the gate of the city, behold a JESUS, he sent unto him the only son of his mother; and she ancients of the Jews, desiring him to come and heal his ser
was a widow: and a great mul
titude of the city was with her. vant.
13 Whom when the Lord had 4 And when they came to JESUS, they besought him ear
seen, being moved with mercy nestly, saying to Him, He is
towards her, he said to her : worthy that thou shouldest do
Weep not. this for him.
14 And he came near and 5 For he loveth our nation:
touched the bier. And they and he hath built us a syna- he said : Young man, I say to
that carried it, stood still. And gogue.
thee, arise. • Matt. 7.21 Rom. 2. 18. Jes, 1. 22.- Matt, 8. 6.
Matt. 8. 8.