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on the mounts 86 Neither shalt thou swear by A. D. 81. A. D. 31. | seeth in secret, himself bshall re. thy head, because thou canst not
ward thee openly.
6 La.14.11. make one hair white or black.
5 T Aud when thou prayest, 37 But let your communica- 1 Col. 4.6.
thou shalt not be as the hypolinn be, Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for Ja. 5. 12.
crites are: for they love to pray whatsoever is more than these
standing in the synagogues, and cometh of evil.
in the corners of the streets, that 38 Ye have heard that it hath
they may be seen of men. Verily l'een said, u Au eve for an eye, # Ex. 21.
I say unto you, They have their and a tooth for a tooth.
24. Lc. 24.
reward. 39 But I say unto you, That
20. De. 19.
6 But thou, when thou prayest,
21. ye resist not evil: y but whoso
fc2K1.4.33. center into thy closet, and when erer shall smite thee on thy right
thou hast shut thy door, pray (1) cheek, turn to him the other also.
& 24. 29.1
thy Father which is in secret; 10 And if any man wil sie thee
Lu. 6. 9.
and thy Father, which seeth in
Ro. 12. 17, at the law, and take away thy
19. 1 Co.6.
secret, shall reward thee openly. coat, let him have thy cloak also. 7. 1 Th. 5. d Ee. 5. 2.
7 But when ye pray, duse not 41 And whosoever shall com- 15. 1 Pe. 3.
vain repetitions, as the heathen pel thee to go a mile, go with 9.
do: e for they think that they juin twain.
shall be beard for their inuch 42 Give to him that asketh thee, La. 3. 30.
speaking and a from him that would bor
8 Be not ye therefore like unto row of thee, turn not thou away. Ma, 16. 21.
them: for your Father knoweih. 43 IT Ye bave heard that it hath
what thing's ye have need ot be
a Dr. 15., beeu baid, 6 Thorl shalt love thy
fore ye ask him.
10. Lu, 6. neighbour, cand hate thine ene
9 After this manner therefore my:
b Le.19.18. Lu. 11.2.
pray ye: f Our Father which are 44 But I say unto you, I Love
in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. your enemies, bless them that
10 Thy kingdom come." Thy curse you, do good to them that
42. Ac. 21. will be done in earth k as it is in
d Lu. 6.27, 11. hate you, and pray for them
heaven). which despitefully use you, and
35. Ro. 2.|.
11 Give us this day our idaily * Ps. 103.
14, 20. persecute you;
20, 21. bread. 45 That ye inay be the children
12 And I forgive us our debts,
Ac. 7. 60. i'i See Job of your Fatler which is in heav
as we forgive our debtors.
Co.4.12.13. 23. 12. Pr. en: for she maketh his sun to
I Pe. 2. 23. 30.8.
13 1 Aud lead us not into temp. rise on the evil and on the good, & 3.9. X ch.18.21,
tation, but m deliver us from evil. and sendeth rain on the just and
10 Job 25.3. &c.
n For thine is the kingdom, and on the unjust.
the power, and the glory, for
ich. 26.41. 46 & For if ye love them which Lu. 6.32.
- Lu. 22. 40,
I ever. Amen. love you, what reward have ye?
46.1 Co.10. 14 . For if ye forgive men their do not even the publicans the
13. 2 Pe. 2. trespasses, your heavenly Father same ?
9. Re.3.10. will also forgive you: 47 And if ye salute your breth
m John 17.
15 But Pit ye forgive not meni ren only, what do ye more than
their trespasses, neither will your others? do not even the publi
1 Ch.29. Father forgive your trespasses. cans so ?
16 T Moreover, I when ye fast, 48 A Be ye therefore perfect, h Ge. 17.1.0 Ma. 11
be not as the hypocrites, of a sad even i as your Father which is in
Le. ll. 44. 25, 26. Ep.
countenance: for they disfigure heaven is perfect.
& 19.2. Lu. 4. 32. Col
their faces, that they may appear
6. 36. Col. 3. 13. unto inen to fast. Verily I say CHAP. VỊ.
1. 28. & 4.9 1 Christ continueth his sermon in the
unto you, They have their re
12. Ja.1.4. P ch.18.6, mount, speaking of alms, 5 prayer,
1 Pe. 1. 15, Ja. 2. 13. 14 forgiving our brethren, 16 fasting,
| 17 But thou, when thou (astest, 19 where our treasure is to be laid up, 1 Ep. 5. 1.
anoint thine head, and wash thy
Ruth 3.3. 34 of serving God and mammun : 25
Da. 10. 3. 6.3 hurleth not to be careful for world.
18 That thou appear not into ly things : 33 but to seek God's king.
men, to tast, but uuto thy Father. dom.
which is in secret: and thy FaTAKE heed that ye do not
ther, which seeth in secret, shall 1 your alms before men, to be Or,
reward thee openly. Been of them: otherwise ye have righteous. s Pr. 23. 4. 19 | Lay not up for yourselves no reward of your father which ness, 1 Ti. 6. 17. treasures upon earth, where moth 18 in heaven.
De. 24. 13. 1e. 13. 5. and rust doth corrupt, and where 2 Therefore, & when thou doest
Ps. 112. 9. Ja.5.1,&c.
thieves break through and steal : thine alms, do not sound a truin
20 . But lay up for yourselves pet before thee, as the hypocrites 10.
treasures in heaven, where nei.
34.& 10.22. do, in the synagogues, and in the
ther moth nor rust doth corrupt,
I Or, with. 1 Ti.6. 19. streets, that they may have glory
and where thieves do not break of men. Verily I say unto you,
a Ro. 12.8.1 Pe. 1. 4.
through nor steal. They have their reward.
21 For where your treasure is, 3 But when thou doest alms, let cause not a
there will your heart be also. not thy left hand know what thy
trumpet to u Lu, 11.
22 u The light of the body is the
be sounded. 31, 30. right hand doeth;
eye: if therefore thine eye be sin4 That thine alms may be in
gle, thy whole body shall be full secret: and thy Father which !
on the moun. 23 But if thine eye be evil, thy A. D. 31. A. D. 31. | 4 Or low wilt thou say to thy whole body shall be full of dark.
brother, Le: me pull out the mote ness. If therefore the light that
out of thine eye; and behold, & is in thee be darkness, how great
beam is in thine own eye? is that darkness!
5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out 24 T -No man can serve two Lu. 16.
the beam out of thine own eye: masters: for either he will hate 13.
and then shalt thou see clearly to the one, and love the other; or
cast out the mote out of thy broelse he will hold to the one, and
ther's eye. despise the other. y Ye cannot y Ga. 1.10. Pr. 9.7,8. 6 To Give not that which is serve God and mammon.
í Ti.6. 17. & 23.9. Ac. holy unto the dogs, neither cast 25 Therefore I say unto you,
Ja. 4. 4. 1 13. 45, 46.
ve your pearls before swine, lest * Take no thought for your life,
Jo. 2. 15.
they trainple them under their what ye shall eat, or what ye
feet, and turn again and rend shall drik; nor yet for your
Lu. 12. 22.
you. Lody, what ye shall put on. Is
3. Phi 1.6.
7 Te Ask, and it shall be given not the life more than meat, and
1 Pe. 5. 7. ech. 21 22.
Ma, 11. 21. you; seek, and ye shall find; the body than raiinent ?
Lu. 11. 9, knock, and it shall be opened 26 - Behold the fowls of the air: Wis of the air: Job 38.10.& 18.1.
unto you: for they sow not, neither do they | 41. Ps.147 .: 8 For every one that asketh,
& reap, nor gather into barns; vet
15. 7. &
receiveth; and he that seeketh,
16. 23, 21. your heavenly Father feodeth 21, Lc.
Ja. l. 5, 6.
findeth; and to him that knockthem. Are ye not much better
I Jo. 3. 22.
eth, it shall be opened. than they?
& 5.1.1,15. 9 3 Or what man is there of yoit, 27 Which of you by taking
IS Pr. 8.17.
whom if his son ask bread, will thonght can add oue cubit unto
Je. 29. 12,
he give him a stone ? his stature ?
10 Or if he ask a fish, will he 28 Aud why take ye thought
Lu 11.11, give hiin a serpent ? for raiment ? Consider the lilies
11 If ye then h being evil know of the field how they grow; they
how to give good guis unto your toil not, neither do they spin;
h Ge. 6. 5.
childrell, how much more shall 29 And yet I say unto yoll,
your Father which is in heaven That even Solomon in all his
give good things to them that ask glory was not arrayed like one of these.
li Lu. 6. 31. 12 Therefore all things i what30 Wherefore, if God so clothe
soever ye would that men should the grass of the field, which to
* Le.19.18. do to you, do ye even so to them: day is, and to-morrow is cast into
ch. 22. 40. for this is the law and the prothe oven, shall he not much more
Ro. 13. 8,9, plets. clothe you, O ye of little faith?
10. Ga. 5.
13 | Enter ye in at the strait 31 Therefore take no thought,
gate ; for wide is the gate, and saying, What shall we eat / or,
broad is the way, that leadeth to What shall we drink? or, Where
| Or, How.destruction, and many there be withal shall we be clothed?
m De. 13.3. which go in thereat: 32 For after all these things do
Je. 2. 16. 14 | Because, strait is the gate, the Gentiles seek) for your heav
ch. 21. 4,5, and narrow is the way, which enly Father knoweth that ye have
11, 21, Ma. leadeth unto life, and few there need of all these things.
13. 22. Ro.
be that find it. 33 But b seek ye first the king- See 1 Ki.
Ki 16. 17, 18.
15 doin of God, and his righteous
Ep. 5. 6.
m Beware of false prophets, 3.13.Ps.37.
n which come to you in sheep's Col. 2. 8. 2
25. Ma, 10. less, and all these things shall be
Pe. 2.1,2,3. clothing, but in wardly they are
30. Lu 12 added unto you.
31, 1 Ti. 4.1 Jo. 4. 1. 31 Take therefore no thought
n Mi, 3.5.
16 P Ye shall know them by their for the morrow: for the morrow
2 Ti. 3. 5.
fruits : 9 Do men gather grapes shall take thought for the things
of thorns, or fyrs olihistles ? of itself. Sullicient unto the day
17 Even so every good tree is the evil thereof.
bringeth forth good fruit; but a CHAP. VII.
corrupt tree bringeth forth evil 1 Christ ending his sermon in
ch. 12. 33. the
fruit. muunt, reproveth rash judgment, 6
Lu. 6. 43, 18 A good tree cannot bring furbiditeth to cust holy things tu dogs,
forth evil fruit, neither can a cor7 er hurreth to prayer, 13 to enter in
Ir Je.11.19. rupt tree bring forth good fruit. et the strail gate, 15 to beware of
ch. 12. 33. false prophets, 21 not to be heaters,
19 Every tree that bringeth not Lut duers of the word : 21 like houst's
sch. 3. 10. forth good fruit is hewn down, builded on a rock, 26 and not on the
Lu. 3. 9. and cast into the fire. sand.
John 15. 2,
20 Where tore, by their fruits ye IUDGE anot, that ye be not a Lu.6.37.0.
shall know them. jnded.
Ro. 2. 1. & Ho, 8.2.
21 | Not every one that saith 2 For with what judarment ve 11, 3, 4, 10, ch. 25. ll,
ļ, unto me,' Lord, Lord, shall enter judge, ye shall be judged: band | 13. 1 Co. 4. 12. Lu. 6.
into the kingdom of heaven; but wilt What measure ve mete. it 3, 5. Ja. 4. 405. 13.25.
he that doeth the will of my Fashall be ineasured to you again.
11, 12. Ac. 19. 13.
ther which is in heaven. 3 C And why beholdest thou the 1.Ma. 4.24. Ja. 1. 22. 29 Many will say to me in that mote that is in thy brother's cve, Lu, 6. 58.
Tu Nu.24.4. day, Lord, Lord, have we unot but considerest not the beain that c Lu. 6.41, Joho1.51. prophesied in thy name ? and in Is in thine own eye?
li Co. 13. 2. 1. thy name have cast out devils ?
Christ cleanseth the leper.
He stilleth the tempeal. and in thy name done many won-, A. D. 31. A. D. 31. my servant, Do this, and he derful works?
doeth il. 23 And then will I profess unto - ch.25.12.
10 When Jesuis heard it, he marthem, I never knew you: y de part | Lu. 13. 25,
velled, and said to them that folfrom me, ye that work iniquity. 13
lowed, Verily I say unto you, I
19. 24 T Tberefore, whosoever
have not found so great faith, 110, heareth these sayings of mine, y Ps.5.5.&
not in Israel. and doeth them, I will liken bim 6. 8. ch.25.
Il And I say unto you, That
41. unto a wise in all, which built his
B Ge. 12.3. & many shall come from the east house upon a rock:
* Lu. 6.47, 1s. 2. 2,3,& and west, and shall sit down with 25 And the rain descended, and
11.10. Mal. Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, the floods came, and the winds
1. 11. Lu.
in the kingdom of heaven:
13. 29. Ac. blew, and beat upon that house ;
12 Buth the children of the
10.15.&11. and it fell not: for it was found
28.& 14.27. kingdom i shall be cast out into ed upon a rock.
Ro. 15. 9, outer darkness: there shall be 26 And every one that heareth
&c.Ep.3.6. weeping and gnashing of teeth. these sayings of mine, and doeth
A ch 21.43. | 13 Anu Jesus said unto the centhein not, shall be likened unto
turion, Go thy way; and as thou a foolish man, which built his
: bast believed, so be it done uoto house upon the sand:
& 24,61.& thee. And his servant was heal27 And the rain descended, and
25. 30. Lu, ed in the self-same hour.. the floods came, and the winds
13.2 2 Pe. 14 Tk And when Jesus was corne blew, and beat upon that house;
2. 17. Jude into Peter's house, he saw This and it fell : and great was the fall
wife's mother laid, and sick of a of 11.
* Ma. 1.29, fever. 28 And it came to pass when
80, 31. Lu. 15 And he touched her hand, Jesus had ended these sayings,
4. 38, 39.
and the lever left her: and she the people were astonished at ach.13.54.11 Co. 9.5. arose, and ministered unto them. bis doctrine.
Ma. 1. 22. Im Ma. 1. 16 Im When the even was 29 b For he taught them as one & 6.2. Lu. 32,&c. Lu. come, they brought unto him having authority, and not as the 4. 32. 4. 40, 41.
many that were possessed with scribes.
16 John 7.
devils: and he cast out the spirits CHAP. VIII.
with his word, and healed all 2 Christ cleanseth the sper, 5 healeth
that were sick; the centurion's servant, 14 Peter's
17 That it might be fulfilled mother-in-law, 16 and many other
which was spoken by Esaias the diseased : 18 sheweth how he is to be
In Is. 63. 4. I prophet, saying, nilimself took followed : 23 stilleth the tempest on
1 Pe. 2. 24. our infirmities, and bare our sickthe sea, 28 driveth the devils out of two men possessed, 31 and suffereth
nesses. them to go into the swine.
18. Now when Jesus saw great WHEN he was come down
multitudes about him, he gave w from the mountain, great
cornmandment to depart unto the multitudes followed him.
other side. 2 . And behold, there came al & Ma, 1 40, o Lu. 9. 57, 19 o And a certain scribe came, le per and worshipped him, say-| &c. Lu. 6. be.
and said unto him, Master, I will ing, Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst 12, &c.
follow thee whitbersoever thou make me clean.
goest. 3 And Jesus put forth his band,
20 And Jesus saith unto hin, and touched him, saying, I will;
The foxes have holes, and the be thou clean. And immediately
birds of the air hare nests; but his leprosy was cleansed.
the Son of man hath not where 4 And Jesus saith unto him,
to lay his head. 6 See thou tell no man; but go ch. 3. 30. Lu. 9.59, 21 PAnd another of his disciples thy way, shew thyself to the priest, Ma. 5. 43. co.
said unto him, Lord, y suffer me and offer the gift that c Moses c Le. 14.3, See Ki. first to go and bury my father. commanded, for a testimony unto
4,10. Lu.5. 19. 20. 22 But Jesus said unto him, Folthem.
low me; and let the dead bury 5 Td And when Jesus was en-d Lu. 7. 1,
their dead. tered into Capernaum, there came &c.
23 | And when he was entered unto him a centurion, beseeching
into a ship, his disciples followed him,
bim. 6 And saying, Lord, my servant
Ir Ma. 4.37, 24 "And behold, there arose a lieth at home sick of the palsy,
&c. Lu. 8.
great tempest in the sea, insogrievously tormented.
23, &c. much that the ship was covered 7 And Jesus saith unto him, I
with the waves; but he was will come and heal him.
asleep. 8 The centurion answered and
25 Ånd his disciples came to said, Lord, I am not worthy that Lu. 16.19,
him, and awoke him, saying, thou shouldest come under my 21.
Lord, save us: we perish. roof: but f speak the word only, f Ps. 107.
26 And he saith unto them, Wby and my servant shall be healed. 20.
are ye fearful, ye of little faith? 9 For I am a man under au
. Ps. 65. 7. Then he arose, and rebuked the thority, having soldiers under
& 89, 9. & winds and the sea, and there was me: and I say to this man, Go,
107. 29. a great calm, and he goeth; and to another,
27 But the men marvelled, sayCome, and he cometh; and to
Ting, What manner of man is this,
One sick of the palsy healed. S. MATTHEW.
Christ justifieth his disciples. that even the winds and the sea, A. D. 81. A. D. 31. God, which had giveni such power obey him!
unto men. 28TAnd when he was come Ma. 5. 1, le Ma. 2.14. 9 Te And as Jesus passed forth to the other side, into the coun- &. Lu. 8. Lu. 5. 27. from thence, he saw a man named try of the Gergesenes, there met 26, &c.
Matthew, sitting at the receipt him two possessed with devils,
of custom: and he waith unto him, coming out of the tombs, exceed
Follow me. And he arose, and ing tierce, so that no man miglit
followel him. pass by that way.
Ma.2.15, 10 TS And it came to pass, as 29 And behold, they cried out,
&c. Lu.5. Jesus sat at meat in the house, saying, What have we to do with
29, &c. behold, many publicans and sin thee, Jesus, thou Son of God? art
ners came and sat down with him thon come hitler to torinent u's
and his disciples. before the time?
11 And when the Pharisees saw 30 And there was a good way
it, they said unto his disciples, off' froin them an herd of many
Why eateth your Master with swine, feeding.
& ch.11.19. &publicans and simers ? : 31 So the devils besought him,
Lu. 5.30.& 12 But when Jesus beard that, sav , ft thou cast us out, sutter
he said unto them, They that he us to go away into the herd of
h Ga. 2.15. whole need not a physician, but swine.
they that are sick. 32 And he said unto them, Go.
13 But go ye and learn what And when they were come out,
li Ho, 6. 6. that meaneth, is will have mercy, they went into the herd of swie:
M1,6,6,7,8. and not sacrifice: for lain not and behold, the whole herd of
ch. 12. 7.
come to call the righteous, but swine run violently down a steep
1* I Ti.1.15. sinners to repentance. place into the sea, and perished
14 | Then came to him the disin the waters.
2 Ma. 2.18, ciples of John, saying, I Why do 33 And they that kept them, fled,
&c. Lu. 5. we and the Pharisees fast oft, but and went their ways into the city,
33, &c. &
thy disciples fast not? and told every thing; and what
18. 12. 15 And Jesus said unto them, was befallen to the possessed of
m John 3. Can m the children of the bridethe devils.
chamber muurn, as long as the 34 And behold, the whole city
bridegroom is with them? but came out to meet Jesus and
the days will conne, when the when they saw him, they be u See De.
bridegroom shall be taken from sought him that he would depart 1 5. 25. 1 ki.in Ac. 13.2. them, and n then shall they fast. out of their coasts.
17. 18. Lu.3.& 14. 23. 16 No man putteth a piece of
6.8. Ac. 19. I Co. 7.5. CHAP. IX.
I new cloth into an old garnent: 9 Christ curing one sick of the palsy, 9
# Or, for that which is put in to fill it calleth Matthew from the receipt of
raw, or, up, taketh from the garment, aud custom, 10 euteth with publicans and
the rent is rnade worse. sinners, 14 defendeth his disciples for
17 Neither do men put new wine not fasting, 20 cureth the bloody issue,
into old bottles: else the bottles 23 raiseth from death Jairus' daugh.
break, and the wine runneth out, ter, 27 giveth sight to two blind men, S2 healeth a du mh man possessed of a
and the bottles perish : but they devil, 36 and hutk compassion of the
put new wine into new bottles, mulhtude.
and both are preserved. AND he entered into a ship,
lo Ma. 5.22, 18 To While he spake these 11 and passed over, & and caine a ch.4. 13.&c. Lu.8.
things unto them, behold, there into his own city.
carne a certain ruler, and wor2 6 And behold, they brought to Ma. 2. 3.
shipped him, saying, My daughhim a man sick of the palsy, lying Lu. 5. 18.
ter is even now dead: but come Oti a bed: Cand Jesus, seeing their
c ch. 8. 10.
and lay thy hand upon her, and faith, said unto the sick of the
she shall live. palsy, Son, be of good cheer;
19 And Jesus arose, and followed thy sms be forgiven thee.
him, and so did his disciples. 3 And behold, certain of the
p Ma.5.25. 20 (PAnd behold, a woman scribes said within themselves,
Lu. 8. 43. which was diseased with an issue This mun blaspheineth.
of biood twelve years, came te4 And Jesus, d knowing their d Ps. 139.2.
hind him, and touched the hem thoughts, suid, Wherefore think ch. 12. 25.
of his garment. ye evil in your hearts ?
Ma. 12. 15.
21 For she said within herself, JF 5 For whether is easier to say,
I may but touch his garment, I Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to
6.8. & 9.47.
shall be whole.
& ll. 17. say, Arise, and walk?
22 But Jesus turned him about, 6 But that ye may know that
and when he saw her, he said, the Son of man hath power on
lo Lu. 7.50. Daughter, be of good comfort: earth to forgive sins, (then saith
& 8. 48. & 9thy faith hath made thee whole. he to the sick of the palsy,) Arise,
And the woman was made whole
42 take up thy bed, and go unto
from that hour.) thine house.
Ma. 5.38. 23 r And when Jesus came into 7 And he arose, and departed to
Lu. 8. 61. the ruler's house, and saw the his house.
To See 2Ch. minstrels and the people making 8 But when the multitude saw
35. 25. | a noise, it, they marvelled, and glorified I
It Ac. 20.10. | 24 He said unto them, "Give
Skridt sendeth outle t
CHAP. X. s, t his twelve apostles. place: for the maid 18 not dead, A, D. 81. A. D. 31. 3 Philip, and Bartholomew; but sleepeth. And they laughed
Thomas, and Matthew the publi
Je Lu. 6. 15. him to scorn.
Ac. 1. 18.
can; James the son of Alpheus, 25 But when the people were
d John 13.
and Lebbeus, whose surname was put forth, he went in, aud took
Thaddeus; her by the hand, and the maid
e ch. 4. 15.
4 c Simon the Canaanite, and arose.
See 2 Ki.
Judas d Iscariot, who also betray26 And the fame hereof went Or,
17.24.Johned him. abroad into all that land.
this fame. 4. 9, 20.
15 These twelve Jesus sent forth, 27 | And when Jesus departed
Joch.16.24. and commanded them, saying, thence, two blind men followed
Ac. 13. 16. Go not into the way of the Genlaim, crying, and saying, & Thou X ch.15.22. h Is. 53. 6. tiles, and into any city of f the
& 20.30,31. Je.50.6,17. Bon of David, have mercy on us.
Samaritans enter ye not. 28 And when he was comemo 48. Lu. 18. 16. 1 Pe. 2. ! sheep of the house of Israel.
Ma. 10. 47, Ez. 34.5,6, 6 But go rather to the lost the house, the blind men came to lim: aud Jesus saith unto them,
7 i And as ye go, preach, saying, Believe ye that I am able to do
i Lu. 9. 2.
2. The kingdom of heaven is at this? They said unto him, Yea,
4. 17. Lu. Lord.
8 Heal the sick, cleanse the lep
10.9. 29 Then touched he their eyes,
I Ac. 8. 28,
ers, raise the dead, cast out saying, According to your faith,
devils: ? freely ye have received, be it uuto you.
m 1 Sa.9.7.
freely give. 30 Aud their eyes were opened;
Ma. 6. 8. 19 m Provide neither gold, nor and Jesus straitly charged them,
Lu. 9.3.& silver, nor n brass in your purses; saying, See thai no inan know it. I ch.8.4.& 10. 4. & 22. 10 Nor scrip for your journey, 31 v But they, when they were
neither two coats, neither shoes, departed, spread abroad his fame
9. Lu.5.14. Or, det. nor yet t sta ves: (o for the workin all that country.
Ma. 7.56. In See Ma.
man is worthy of his meat. ) 32 As they went out, behold, See ch.10 &
11 And into whatsoever city or they brought to him a dumb man | 12. 92. Lu.lt
towu ye shall enter, inquire who possessed with a devil.
iu it is worthy; and there abide 33 And when the devil was cast
o Lu. 10.7.
till ye go thence.
1 Co. 9. 7, out, the dumb spake : and the
&c. 1 Ti.
12 And when ye come into an multitudes marvelled, saying, It
house, salute it. ; was never so seen in Israel.
p La. 10.&
13 . And if the house be worthy, 34 But the Pharisees said, a Hea ch.12.21.1 La 10.5. let your peace come upon it: 'but casteth out devils, through the
Ma. 3. 22. Ps.35.13.
if it be not worthy, let your prince of the devils.
Lu. 11. 15. Ma. 6.11.
peace return to yoti. 35 And Jesus went about all Ma. 6.6. Lu.9.5. & 14.And whosoever shall not rethe cities and villages, teaching Lu. 13. 22. 10. 10, 11.
ceive you, nor hear your words, in their syuagogues, and preach
cch. . 23. Ne. 5.13.
when ye depart out of that house,
Ac. 13. 51. ing the gospel of the kingdom,
& 18. 6.
or city, shake off the dust of and healing every sickness, and
your feet. every disease among the people.
15 Verily I say unto you, #It 36 But when he saw the Ma.6.34. * Lu. 10.3. shall be more tolerable for the multitudes, he was moved with
y Ro.16.19. land of Sodom and Gomorrah, in compassion on them, because
Ep. 5. 15. the day of judgment, than for they fainted, and were scattered / Or, were o 1 Co. 14. that city. abroad, eas sheep having no step
tired and 120. Phi, 2.
16 T Behold, I send you forth berd.
lay down. 15.
as sheep in the midst of wolves: 37 Then saith he unto his disci
y be ye therefore wise as serpents' ples, The harvest truly is pleu
and a ch. 24. 9.
harmless as doves, teous, but the labourers are few.
17 But beware of men: for 38 6 Pray ye therefore the Lord
10. Lu. 12. 11. a they will deliver you up to the of the harvest, that he will send
Lu. 10.2. & 21 12. councils, and they will scourge forth labourers into his harvest.
John 4. 35. Ae, 5. 40. you in their synagogues
& 2 Th.3.1. c Ac. 12.1. CHAP. X.
18 And C ye shall be brought be
& 24.10.& 1 Christ rendelh out his twelve apostles,
25. 7, 23. 2
fore governors and kings for my enabling them with power to do mira.
Ti. 4. 16. sake, for a testimony against des, 5 giveth then their charge,
d Ma. 13.
them and the Gentiles. coacheth them, 16 comforteh Chers
11, 12, 13. 19 d But when they deliver you against persecutions : 40 und prom.
Lu. 12. 11. up, take no thought how or what iseth e blessing to those thal receive
(21.14,15, ye shall speak, for eit shall be them.
& Ex. 4.12. given you in that same houx ND 4 when he had called unto
Tema 19 Je. 1. 7.
what ye shall speak.
20 s Por it is not ye that speak,
2. Ac. 4.8. gave them power against un
Lu. 6.13.& 14
but the Spirit of your Father
& 6. 10. 2 clean spirits, to cast them out, and
Ti. 4. 17. which speaketh in you. to heal all manner of sickuess, and 1 Or,
21 6 And the brother shall deall manner of disease.
ver. 35, 36. liver up the brother to death, 8 Now the names of the twelve
Lu. 21. 10. and the father the child : and the apostles are these ; The first, Si
& Lu. 21.
children shall rise up against
17. mon, who is called Peter, and
their parents, and cause them to Andrew his brother; James the 42.
13. ch. 24.
be put to death. son of Zebedee, and John his
13. Ma. 13. 22 And a ye shall be hated of all brother;
I wen for my name's sake; but 2 M