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Duing svod on the Sabbath. S. MATTHET
Unpardonable and 30 For my yoke is easy, and my bur-was spoken ly Esaias the propheta den is light.
saying, CHAP. XII.
18 Beliold my scivant, whom I have Abath
T that time Jesus iventon the sal. cbosen; my beloved, in whom ny Lbath-day through the com; and his soul is well pleased: 'I will put my disciples were a buogered, and began Spirit upon him, and he shall show 30 pluck tlie cars of corn, and to eat. judgment to the Gentiles
? But when the Plarisees saw il, 19 He sha!! not strive, nor cry; ncithey said unto him, Beliold, thy dis- ther shall any man hear his voice in ciples do that wlich is not lawlul to the streets. do upon the sabbath-day'.
20 A bruised reed shall lie not break, 3 But he said unto them, Have ye not and smoking tlax shall be pot quench, rc:id what David did when he was a till lic send forth judgment unto vicbungered and they tbat were with bijn: tory.
- tlow he entered into the house of pl And in his name shall the GenGall, and did cat the show-bread, tilt's uust which was not lawful for liiin to eat, 22 T Then was brought unto bim neiller for them which were with him, one possessed with a devil, blind am but only for the priesis?
dumb: and be healed him, insomuch 5 Or lave ye not reach in the law, that the blind and dumb both spake bow Wiat on the sabbath-days the aud saw. priests in the temple profane tlic sub. 23 And all the people were amazel, bath, ani are blaineless?
and said, Is not this the son of David ? 6 Lut I say unto you, That in this 2-1 But when the Pharisees heard it, place is unc greater thin the temple. tey said, This lillor dotlı riut cast
7 But if yo had known what this out devils, but by Beelzebub, wie incareth, I will have mercy, and not prncc of the devils. tacritice, ye would not have condenin-25 And Jesus knew their thoughts, cd tbe guiltless.
and sud unto them, Every kingdom • For the Son of man is Lord even divide:) against itself is brought to of the sabbatb-lay.
desolation; and every city or llouse 9 T And when he was clepaited divided against itsell' shall not stand: llence, le went into their synagogue: 26 And if Satan cisl out Satan, he is
10 An, behold, there was a milo divided against himsell; Low shall wlich had his hand withererl. And then his kingdoni stiund? Uiey askeri bim, saying, Is it lawful to 27 duid is 1 by Beelzebub cast out heal on the sabbatb-days ? that they devils, by wo do your children ciest miglit accuse hiin.
them out? tlicrefore they shall be your 11 and le said unto them, What julges. nur shall where he among you liat 25 But if I cast out devils by use shall lave one sireen, and it it lill Spirit of God, then the kingdom om into a pit on the sabbath-clay, will lie God is come unto you. uloi lay holl on it, and lift it out? 29 Or else, low cui one enter inton
12 How much Wien is a nan better strong niui's house, ud spoil his than a shecp? Wherefore it is lawful souls, except lie first bind the strong to do well on the sabbaub-days. man? aud uien he will spoil his house.
13 Then saitli he to the mai, Stretch 30 Hc that is not with ine, is ngaunst Corth tliy hand. And he stretched ieme; and he that gathereth not willi furth; and it was restored whole, like me scattere: abroad, 13 the other.
31 Wherefore I say unto you, All 14 Then the Pharisees went out, manner of sin awd blasphemy shall be and held a council ayninst him, how torgiven unto men: but the blasphethey night destroy him.
my against the Holy Ghost sliall not 15 But when Jesus knew it, be with be forgiven (uto nuen, drew himself from Wence: and great 3:2 And whosoever speaketh a word multitudes followed hiin, and he heal. against the Son of inan, it shall be ford them all;
given him: but whosoever speaketi 10 An charged them that tiey should against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be not make him known:
forgiven izin, ucither in tbid world, 17 That it might be fulfilled which ucilber in the world to come.
CHAP XIII. Who are acar to Christ. 33 Either make the tree good, and 46 11 While le yet talked to the peo bis fruit good; or else make the trec ple, behold, his mother and his breth corrupt, and his fruit corrupt: for we ren stood without, desiring to speak tree is known by his fruit.
with him. 34 O gencration of vipers, how can 47 Then one said unto bim, Behold, ye, being evil, apeak good things? for thy mother and thy brethren stand out of the abundance of the heart the without, desiring to speak with thee. mouth speaketh.
48 But he answered and said unta 35 A good inan, out of the good uim that told birn, Who is my mothtreasure of the beart, hringelh lorther? and who are my brethren? good things: and an evil man, out of 49 And he siretched forth his band the evil treasure, bringeth forthi cvil towar bis disciples, and said, Behold things.
my mother and my brethren! 36 But I say unto you, 'That crcry 50 For whosoever shall do we will adle word that men shall speak, they of my Father which is in bearen, the shall give account thereof in the day same is my brother, and sister, and of judgment.
mother. justified, and by thy words thou shall Tile Spouse, and sat by the sea37 For by thy words, thou shalt be
CHAP. XIII. be condemned.
38 | Then certain of the scribes and side. ofthe Pharisces answered, saying, Mas. 2 And great multitudes were gatherter, we would see a sigu from thee. ed ingether unto him, so that he went
39 But he answered and said unto into a ship, and sat; and the whole them, An evil and adulterous genera- multitude stood on the sllore. tion secketh after a sign; and there :3 And he spake many things unto shall no sign be given to it, but the thein in parables, saying, Bebolda sign of the prophct Jonas:
sower went forth to sow: 40 For as Jonas was three days and 4 And when he sowed, sonze seedls fall three nights in the wbale's belly, so by the way-side, and ilie lowls canic shall the son of inan be three days and devoured them up: and three nights in the heart of the 5 Some fell upon stony places, where earlli.
they had not much carth; and forth41 The men of Nineveh shall rise with they sprung up, because they had in judgment with this generation, no decpness of earth: and shall condemn it: because they 6 And when the sun was up, they repented at the preaching of Jonas; were scorchied; and because they und and, beliold, a greater than Jonus is no root, uicy withered away:
7 Aud some rell among thorns; an:] 42 The queen of the south shall rise the thorus sprung up and choked up in the judgment with this generalem: tion, and shali condeinn it: Tor shel & But other fell into good ground, and came from thic uttermost parts of the brought forth fruit, some a bugdrell earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; fold, some sixty-fold, sone thirty-fold. and, behold, a greater than Solomon 9 Who bath cirs to hear, let bim
bear. 43 When the unclean spirit is gonc 101 And the disciples came, and said out of a man, be walkcth through dry junto him, Why speakest thou unlo places, secking rest, and findetii
none. them in parables ? 14 Then he said, I will retum iato 11 He answered and paid unto them, my house froin whence I came out; Because it is given unto you to know auid when he is conie, he fudeth it the mysteries of the kingdom of hea empty, swept and ganished. Ten, but to them it is not given.
14 Thcn gocth be, and taketh with 12 For whosoever bath, to him shall himsell seven other spirits more wrick. be given, and he shall have more ed than limself, auid they enter in and abundance; but whosocver bath noc, dwell here: and Vie last staic of that croin him shall be taken away even Joan is worsc than the first Even so that he hatlı. sball it be also unto this wicked genc 13 Therefore speak I to them in parfillion
«blcs: because they secinssec noli
Parallc of Inc sower.
S MATTHEW. Parable of the tarcs. and hearing, they hear not; neither dos 27 So the servants of the householder they understand.
came and said unto him, Sir, didst not 14 And in then is fulfilled the prophthou sow good seed in thy field ? froin ecy of Esaias, wbich saith, By hearing whence then hath it tares ? ye shall hear, and shall not under 28 He said unto them, Anenemy bath stand and seeing ye shall see, and done this. The servants said unto him, shall not perceive :
Vilt thou then that we go and gathcr 15 For this people's heart is waxed them up? gross,
and their ears are dull of hear- 29 But he grid, Nay; lest, while ye ing, and their eyes they have closed; gather up the tales, ye root up also the lest xt any time they should see with wheat with them. their eyes, and hear with their ears,.30 Let both grow together until the and should understand with their harvest; and in the time of liarvest I heart, and should be converted, and I will say to the reapers, Gatler ye toshould lieal them.
gether first the tares, and bind them in 16 But blesscd are your eyes, fortley bundles to burn them: but gather the eee; and your ears, for they hear. wlicat into my barn.
17 For verily I say unto you, That 31 | Another parable put he sortlı many prophets and righteous mon unto them, saying, The kingdoin of hare dcsired to see those things wliich heaven is like to a grain or inustardye see, and have not seen them; and seed, which a man took and sowed in to hear those things which ye liear, bis siebil: and have not heard them.
32 Which incleed is the least of all 18 T1-ear ye therefore the parable of seeds; but when it is grown, it is the lle sovver.
greatest among herbs, and becometh 19 When any one beareth the word å tree, so that the birds of the air of the kingdora, and understandeth it come ud lodge in the branchc3 there. not, then cometh the wicked one, aud of. catcheth away that which was sown 33 | Quother parable spake lie unto in his eart. This is lie which re- hem; The kingilon of heaven is like ceived beed by the way-side.
11:7to leaven, which a woman took and 20 Butle that received the seed irito hit in aree measures of meal, till the Etony places, the same is he that hear- whole was leaveneid. eth tbe word, and anon with joy re- 34 All these things spake Jesus unto ceiveth it:
the mullilude in parables; and will21 Yet liath he not root in himsell
, out a paralle spike he not into them: but dureth for a while ; for when 35 That it miglit be fulfilled which tribulation or persecution ariseth be- was spoken by the prophet, dying, 1 cause of the word, by and by he is of will open my mouth in parables ; ) fended.
will utier things which have been 22 He also that received seed among krpt secret from the foundation of the the thorns is he that heareth the word; world. and the care of this world, and the 36 T Then Jesus sent the multitude deceitfulness of riches, choke the away, and went into the liouse; and word, and he becometh unfruitlur bis disciples came unto hin, saying,
23 But he that received seed into the Declare unto 119 the parable of the good ground is he that heareth the lares of tlie field. word, and understandeth it, which also 37 He answered and said unto them, beareth fruit, and bringeth forth, some He that sowcth the good seed is thic a bundred-loid, some sixty,some thirty.Son of man;
24 1 Another parable put be forth 38 The field is the world; tbe good unto them, saying, The kingdom of secd are the children of the kingdom lieaven is likened unto a man which but the tarcs are the children of the Bowed good seed in his field;
wicked one; 25 But while men slept, his enemy 39 The enemy that sowed them is came, and sowed
tares among the the devil; the harvest is the end of wbeat, and went his way.
the world; and the reapers are the 26 But when the blade was sprwig angels. up, and brought forth (ruit, then ap- 40 As therefore the times are gath: pealed the tare, also.
ered and burned in the fire ; en
Paruole of the nel.
CHAP. SIV. Nartyrdom of Jonn. shall it be in the end of this world. 66 And his sisters, are tbey not all
41 The Son of man shall send forth withi us? Vbence then bath this man his angels, and they shall gather out all these tàings? of liis kingilon all things that offend, 57 And wey were ofl'ended in bin. and thein wliica do iniquity;
But Jesus said unto thein, A prophet 12 And shall cast them into a sur is not without honour, save in his OITO nace of fire: there shall be wailing country, and in his own bousé. and gizslung or teeth.
6S and be did not many mighly 43 Then shall the rigliteous shine works there, because of their unbeliec forth as the sun in the kingliom of
CHAP. XIV. their father, Vibo haui ears 10 lear, let him bear.
T that tine Herod the tetrarch 441 , is like unto treasure hid in a field; 2 And said unto his servants, This is the wliich when a man liath sound, be John the Baptist: be is risen from the bideth, and for joy thereof goeur and dead; and therefore mighty works do selleth all that lie bath, and buyeth show forth themselves in hin. that field.
31 For Herod bad laid bold on John, 415 | Aguin, Tlie kingdom of learen and bound him, and put him in prison is like unto a mercbant-ian sceking for Herodias'sake, big brother Philip's goodly pearls:
wite. 46 Who, when be bad sound one 4 For John said unto bian, It is not pearl of great price, went and sold all lawful for thee lo llave hier. ibat he had, and bought it.
5 And when lie would liave put him 47 l gain, The kingdom of heaven to death, le ferred the multitude, beis like unto a net wall was cast into cause diey counied him as a prople. lhe sea, cud nthered of every kind: 6 But when Herod's birth-day was
-18 Which, wben it was full, they kept, the daughter of Herodias danced drew to sliore, and sat down, and belore them, and pleased Herod. gathered the good into ressels, but 7 Whereupon he promised with an rast the bad away.
onih to give her whatsoerer she woulli 19 So shall it be at the end of the ask. world: the angels shall come forth, 8 And she, being before instructed and sever the wicked from anong uie or her niother, salGive me here just.
John Baptist's head in a charger. 50 And Shail fast tiem into the sur- 9 od the king was sorry: never nace of fire: tliere shall be wailing theless for the oath's sake, and then and gnashing of teeti.
whichi sat with bim al ineat, he coni01 Janus saill unto them, Hare ye muided it to be given lier. understood all these things? They say 10 And he sent, and beheaded John unto him Yea, Lord.
in thic prison. 62 Then said he unto them, there. 11 And his head was brought in a fore every scribe, wchich is instructed charger, and given to the damsel: and unto the kingdom of heaveu, is like she brought it to her mother. unto a man that is a householder, 12 And his disciples came and took which briugeth forth out of bis treas- up the body, and buried it, and went ure things new and old.
and toll Jesus. 53 T and it came to pass, that when 139 When Jesus heard of it, he de Jesus liad finished these parables, be parted thence by ship into a desert departed thence,
place apart: and when the people 04 And when he was come ivio his bad heard thereofi they followed him own country, he taught thcin in their on tot out of the cities. synagogue, insomuch that they were 14 And Jesus went forth, and saw a astonished, and said, Whenceliath this great mulutude, and was moved with man this wisdom, and these mighty compassion toward them, and he bealworks?
ed their sick. 65 Is not this the carpenter's son? 15 And when it was evening, s not his mother called Mary? and disciples canie to him, saying, This is bis brciliran, James, and Joses, and a desert place, and the time ia now Swion, and Judas?
post: send the inullitude away, trial Jesus walk; on the Sca, S. NAT'THEVV. Fluman traditions vain they may go into the villages, and buy came and worshipped hin, saying, of tiemselves victuals.
a truth thou art the Son of God. 16 But Jesus said unto them, They 34 11 And when they were gone over, need not depart; give ye them to cat. tliev came intolliclind of Gennesaret.
17 And they say unto him, We bavel 35 And wien the inen of Liat place liere but five loarcs, and two lishes. nad knowledge of hin, they sent out 18 He said, Bring them bither to me. into all that country round about, and 19 And he coinmanded the inultitude brought unto lin all that were dis. to sit dow
on the grass, and took the ensed; five loaves, and the two Gisties, and, 3f And besought him that they might looking up to heaven, lie blessed, and only touch the hem ol' his garment: brake, and gave tbe loaves to his dis- and as inany iu louched were macia ciples, and the disciples to the multi- perfectly whole. tude.
CHIP. XV. 20 And they did all cat, and were THEN came to Jesus scribes and
TI filled: and they took up of the siag. Phariseca, which were of Jcruments that remained twelve baskets salein, saying, full.
2 Why do thy disciples transgress the 21 And they that had caten were traditions of the elders? for lliey waslı about five thousand men, besides vo- not their hands when they cat bread. inen and children.
3 But he answered and said unto 22TAnd straightway Jesus constrain thein, Why do ye also transgress the ed his disciples to get into a ship, and commandment of God by your tradi. to go before him unto the other side, tion? while he sent the multituules away. 4 for God commanded, saying, llou
23 And when he bird sent the multi- our thy father and inotier: and, l-fu tudes away, he went up into a moun. that curselh lailer or mother, lel bin lain apart to pray: and when the die the death. evening was coine,
he was there 5 But ye say, Whosoever shall say to Done
his fiilier or his mother, I is a gilt, 21 But the ship was now in the indst by wliatsoever thou mightest be prolit. of the sea, lossed with waves: for the ed by me, wind was contrary.
6 And honour not his father or his 25 And in the fourth watch of the brother, he shall be fice. Thus lave niglit Jesus went unlo lhem, walking ye made the commandment of God on the sea
of none eficct by your tiadition. 20 And when the disciples aw bim 7 l'e hypocrites, well did Esaias walking on the sea, they were trou- proplicgy of you, saying, bled, saying, It is a spirit; and they 8 This people draweth nig) unto me cried out for lear.
with their mouth, and honoureth me 27 But straightway Jesus spake unto with their lips; but their acart is lur them, saying, Be of good chcer: it is from me. l; be not afraid.
9 But in vain they do worship me, 28 And Peter angivered him and said, Icaching for: doctrines the commandLord, if it be thou, bid me come un meots of men. to thice on the water.
10 And he called the multitude 29 And he said, Come. And wlicn and said unto tiem, Hear, and underPeter was come down out of the ship, stand: le walked on the water, to go to Jesus, 11 Not that which goeth into the
30 But when he saw the wind bois. mouth defileth a man; but that which terous, lie was afraid; and, beginning comet out of the inouth, this detileth to sink, he cried, saying, Lord, save a dan.
1? Then came liis disciples, and said 31 And immediately Jesus stretched unto him, kinowest thou watthe Plar: forth hii hand, and caught him, and isces were offended, after they beard Baid unto hin, tholi of little futh, this saying? wherefore didst thou doubt?
13 But lie answered and said, Every 32 And when they were come into plant, which my heavenly Father littii 1le ship, the wind ccased.
Dot planted, shall be rooted up. 33 Then thcy that were in the ship) 11 Let uien alon', they be blind