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more clothe you, O ye of 5 Thou hypocrite, first little faith?
cast out the beam out of 31 Therefore take nothine own eye; and then thought, saying, What shalt thou sce' clearly to shall we eat? or, What cast out the mote out of shall we drink 2 or, Where- thy brother's eye. withal shall we be clothed? 69 Give not that which
32 (For after all these is holy unto the dogs, neithings do the Gentiles ther cast ye your pearls seek:) for your heavenly before swine, lest" they Father knoweth that ye trample them under their have need of all these things. feet, and turn again and
33 But seek ye first rend you. the kingdom of God, and ? | Ask, and it shall bo his righteousness; and all given you; seck, and ye these things shall be add-shall find; knock, and it ed unto you.
shall be opened unto you: 34 Take therefore 8 For every one that thought for the morrow : asketh receiveth; and he for the morrow shall take that seeketh findeth; and thought for the things of to him that knocketh it itself. Sufficient unto the shall be opened. day is the evil thereof. 9 Or what man is there CHAPTER VII.
of you, whom if his son 1 Christ ending wis sermon in the ask" bread, will be give mount, reproveth rash judgment, him a stone ? 6 forbiddeth to cast holy things to dogs, 7 exhorteth to prayer, 13 to
10 Or if he ask a fish, will enter in at the strait gute, 15 to he give him a serpent? beware of false prophets, 21 not to
11 If ye then, being evil, be hearers, but doers of the word: 24 like hon.ses vuilded on a rock know how to give good 26 and not on the sand
gifts unto your children, Jungi.ped. that ye be how much more shall not
your Father which is in 2 For with what judg: heaven give good things ment ye judge, ye shall to them that ask him? be judged: and with what 12 Therefore all things measure ye mete, it shall whatsoever ye would that be measured to you again. men should do to you, do 3 And why beholdest ye even so to them: for thou the mote that is in this is the law and the thy brother's eye, but con- prophets. siderest not the beam that 13 | Enter yo in at the is in thine own eye? strait gate: for wide is 4 Or how wilt thou say to the gate, and broad is the thy brother, Let me pull way, that leadeth to deout the mote out of thine struction, and many there eyo; and, behold, a beam be which go in thereat : is in thine own eye? 14 Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the man, which built his house way, which leadeth unto upon a rock: life, and few there be that 25 And the rain descendfind it.
ed, and the floods came, 15 | Beware of false pro- and the winds blew, and phets, which come to you beat upon that house ; in sheep's clothing, but in- and it fell not: for it was wardly they are ravening founded upon a rock. wolves.
26 And every one that 16 Ye shall know them heareth these sayings of by their fruits. Do men mine, and doeth them not, gather grapes of thorns, shall be likened unto á or figs of thistles ? foolish man, which built
17 Even so every good his house upon the sand : tree bringeth forth good 27 And the rain descendfruit; but a corrupt tree ed, and the floods came, bringeth forth evil fruit. and the winds blew, and 18 A good tree cannot beat upon that house; and bring forth evil fruit, nei- it fell: and great was the ther can a corrupt tree fall of it. bring forth good fruit. 28 And it came to pass,
19 Every tree that bring- when Jesus had ended eth not forth good fruit is these sayings, the people hewn down, and cast into were astonished at his the fire.
doctrine: 20 Wherefore by their 29 For he taught them fruits ye shall know them. as one having authority,
21 [ Not every one that and not as the scribes. saith" unto me, Lord, Lord, CHAPTER VIII. shall enter into the king- 2 Christ cleanseth the leper, 5 heal, dom of heaven; but he that
eth the centurion's servant, 14
Peter's mother in law, 16 and doeth the will of
many other diseased : 18 sheret ther which is in heaven. how he is to be followed : 23 still. 22 Many will say to me
eth the tempest on the sea, 28 driv
eth the devils out of two men posin that day, Lord, Lord, sessed, 31 and suffereth them to go have we not prophesied into the swine. in thy name? and in thy THEN he was come name have cast out devils ?
down from the and in thy name done mountain, great multimany wonderful works? tudes followed him.
23 And then will I profess 2 And, behold, there came unto them, I never knew a leper and 'worshipped you: depart from me, ye him, saying, Lord, if thou that
work iniquity. wilt, thou canst make me 24 [ Therefore whosoever clean. heareth these sayings of 3 And Jesus put forth his mine, and doeth them, I hand, and touched him, will liken him unto a wise saying, I will; be thou
clean. And immediately the kingdom shall be cast his leprosy was cleansed. out into outer darkness : 4 And Jesus saith unto there shall be weeping him, See thou tell no man; and gnashing of teeth. but go thy way, shew thy- | 13 And Jesus said unto self to the priest, and offer the centurion, Go thy way; the gift that Moses com- and as thou hast believed, manded, for a testimony so be it done unto thee. unto them,
And his servant was heal5 | And when Jesus was ed in the selfsame hour. entered into Capernaum, 14 | And when Jesus was there came unto him a cen- come into Peter's house, turion, beseeching him, he saw his wife's mother
6 And saying, Lord, my laid, and sick of a fever.. servant lieth at home sick 15 And he touched her of the palsy, grievously hand, and the fever left tormented.
her: and she arose, and 7 And Jesus saith unto ministered unto them. him, I will come and heal 16 | When the even was him.
come, they brought unto 8 The centurion answered him many that were posand said, Lord, I am not sessed with devils: and he worthy that thou shouldest cast out the spirits with come under my roof: but his word, and healed all speak the word only, and that were sick: my servant shall be healed. 17 That it might be ful
9 For I am a man under filled which was spoken authority, having soldiers by Esaias the prophet, under me: and I say to saying, Himself took our this man, Go, and he infirmities, and bare our goeth; and to another, sicknesses. Come, and he cometh; 18 || Now when Jesus saw and to my servant, Do great multitudes about this, and he doeth it. him, he gave command
10 'When Jesus heard it, ment to depart unto the he marvelled, and said to other side. them that followed, Ve- 19 And a certain scribe rily I say unto you, I have came, and said unto him, not found so great faith, Master, I will follow thee no, not in Israel,
whithersoever thou goest. 11 And I say unto you, 20 And Jesus saith unto That many shall comé him, The foxes have holes, from the east and west, and the birds of the air and shall sit down with have nests; but the Son Abraham, and Isaac, and of man hath not where to Jacob, in the kingdom of lay his head. heaven.
21 And another of his dis12 But the children of ciples said unto him, Lord,
suffer me first to go and us out, suffer ús to go away bury my father.
into the herd of swine. 22 But Jesus said unto 32 And he said unto them, him, Follow me; and let Go. And when they were the dead bury their dead. come out, they went into
23 | And when he was the herd of swine: and, entered into a ship, his behold, the whole herd of disciples followed him. swine ran violently down
24 And, behold, there a steep place into the sea, arose a great tempest in and perished in the waters. the sea, insomuch that the 33 And they that kept ship was covered with the them fled, and went their waves : but he was asleep. ways into the city, and
25 And his disciples came told every thing, and what to him, and awoke him, was befallen to the possaying, Lord, save us : wé séssed of the devils. perish.
34 And, behold, the whole 26 And he saith unto city came out to meet Jethem, Why are ye fearful, sus: and when they saw O ye of little faith? Then him, they besought him ho arose, and rebuked the that he would depart out winds and the sea; and of their coasts. there was a great calm.
CHAPTER IX. 27 But the men marvel- 2 Christ curing one sick of the palsy, led, saying, What manner 9 calleth Matthew from the receipt of man is this, that even of custom, 10 eateth with publicans the winds and the sea obey
and sinners, 14 defendeth his dis
ciples for not fasting, 20 oureth him!
the bloody issue, 23 raiseth from 28 | And when he was death Jairus' daughter, 27 giveth come to the other side into
right to two blind
men, 32 healeth
a dumb man possessed of a devil, the country of the Gerge- 36 and hath compassion of the senes, there met him two multitude. possessed with devils, com- ND he entered into a ing out of the tombs, ex- A ship, and passed over,
| Α ceeding fierce, so that no and came into his own city. man might pass by that 2 And, behold, they way.
brought to him a man 29 And, behold, they cried sick of the palsy, lying out, saying, What have we on a bed: and Jesus seeto do with thee, Jesus, ing their faith said unto thou Son of God?'art thou the sick of the palsy ; Son, come hither to torment us be of good cheer; thy sins before the time?
be forgiven thee. 30 And there was a good 3 And, behold, certain way off from them an herd of the scribes said within of many swine feeding. themselves, This man blas31 So the devils besought phemeth. him, saying, If thou cast 1.4 And Jesus knowing
their thoughts said, Where- to call the righteous, but fore think ye evil in your sinners to repentance. hearts?
14 | Then came to him 5 For whether is easier, the disciples of John, sayto say, Thy sins be for- ing, Why do we and the given thee; or to say, Pharisees fast oft, but thy Arise, and walk ?
disciples fast not? 6 But that ye may know 15 And Jesus said unto that the Son of man hath them, Can the children of power on earth to forgive the bridechamber mourn, sins, (then saith he to the as long as the bridegroom sick of the palsy.) Arise, is with them? but the days take up thy bed, and go will come, when the brideunto thine house.
groom shall be taken from 7 And he arose, and de- them, and then shall they parted to his house. fast. 8 But when the multi- | 16 No man putteth a piece tudes saw it, they mar- of new cloth unto an old velled, and glorified God, garment, for that which is which had given such put in to fill it up taketh power unto men.
from the garment, and the 9 | And as Jesus passed rent is made worse. forth from thence, he saw 17 Neither do men put a man, named Matthew, new wine into old bottles : sitting at the receipt of cus- else the bottles break, and tom: and he saith unto the wine runneth out, and him, Follow me. And he the bottles perish: but arose, and followed him.
they put new wine into 10 [ And it came to pass, new bottles, and both are as Jesus sat at meat in the preserved. house, behold, many pub-18 While he spake these licans and sinners came things unto them, behold, and sat down with him there came a certain ruler, and his disciples. and worshipped him, say
11 And when the Pha- ing, My daughter is even risees saw it, they said now dead: but come and unto his disciples, Why lay thy hand upon her, eateth your Master with and she shall live. publicans and sinners ? 19 And Jesus arose, and
12 But when Jesus heard followed him, and so did that, he said unto them, his disciples. They that be whole need 20 And, behold, a wonot a physician, but they man, which was discased that are sick.
with an issue of blood 13 But go ye and learn twelve years, came behind what that meaneth, I will him, and touched the hem have mercy, and not $a- of his garment: crifice: for I am not come 21 For she said within