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Christ feadeth five thousand.'' CHAP. XV.
The Pharisees reprovod.** 8 And she, being before instruct- A. D. 31. A. D. 32. I him I walking on the sea, they ed of her mother, said, Give me
were troubled, saying. It is a
2 Job 9. 8. here John Baptist's head in a
spirit; and they cried out for charger. 9 And the king was sorry: nev
27 But straightway Jesus spake 1 ertheless for the oath's sake, and
unto them, saying, Be ot good them which sal with him at
cheer; it is 1 ; be not afraid.. meat, he commanded it to be
28 And Peter auswered him and given her.
said, Lord, if it be thou, bid me 10 And he sent, and beheaded
come unto thee on the water, John in the prison.
29 And he said, Come. And 1 And his head was brought in
when Peter was come down out a charger, and given to the dam
of the ship, he walked on the wasel: and she brought it to her
ter, to go to Jelis. mother.
30 But when he saw the wind 12 And his disciples came, and
I boisterous, he was afraid ; and took up the body, and buried it,
strong, beginning to sink, he cried, sayand went and told Jesus.
ing, Lord, save me. 13 T. When Jesus heard of it, A, D. 32.
31 And immediately Jesuis he departed thence by ship into e ch.10.23.
stretched forth his hand, and a desert place apart: aud when & 12. 15.
caught him, and said unto hin, the people had heard thereof, Ma, 6. 52.
O thou of little faith, wherefore they followed him on foot out of Lu, 9. 10.
didst thou doubt? the cities.
32 And when they were come 14 And Jesus went forth, and
into the ship, the wind ceased. Snw a great multitude, and S was fch. 9.36.
33 Then they that were in the moved with compassion toward Ma. 6. 31.
ship came and worshipped him, them, and he healed their sick.
m Ps. 2. 7. saying, Of a truth m thou art the 15 T6 And when it was even- Ma.6.36. Ma.l.l.ch. Son of God. ing, his disciples came to him, Lu, 9. 12. 16.16.&26. 34 Tn And when they were saying. This is a desert place, John 6. 5. 63. Lu. 4.
gone over, they came into the and the time is now past; Bend
Tand of Gennewaret. the multitude away, that they
& 11. 27.
35 And when the men of that may go into the villages, and buy
Ac. 8. 37. place had knowledge of him, themselves victuals.
Ro. 1. 4.
ihey sent out into all that coun16 But Jesus said unto them,
try round about, and brought They need not depart; give ye
unto hiin all that were diseased; them to eat.
36 Aud besought him that they 17 And they say unto him, We
might only touch the hem of his have here but five loaves, and two
och. 9. 20. garinent: and as many as touchfishes.
Ma. 3. 10.
ed were made perfectly whole. 18 He said, Bring them bither
Lu. 6. 19.
CHAP. XV. to me.
3 Christ reproveth the scribes and Phan 19 Anil he commanded the mula
risees fut transgressing God's com titude to sit down on the grass,
mandments through their own tradie and took the five loaves, and the
truns: 11 teacheth how that which two fishes, and looking up to
foeth into the muuth doth not defile beaven, he blessed, and brake,
a man, 21 He healct the daughter h ch.15.36.
of the woman of Canaan, 30 and and gave the loaves to his disci
o! hor great mulliludes : 32 and with ples, and the disciples to the mul
Seven loaves and a few little fishes titude.
feedeth four thousand inch, beside 20 And they did all eat, and
women and children, were filled: and they took up
4 Ma. 7.1. THEN a canle to Jesus scribes of the fragments that reinained
I and Pharisees, which were twelve baskets full,
of Jerusalem, saying 21 And they that had eaten were
6 Ma. 7.5. 20 Why do thy disciples trangabout five thousand men, beside
c Col. 2. 8. gress the tradition of ine elders ? women and children.
for they was not their hands 22 T And straightway Jesus
When they eat bread. constrained his disciples to get
3 But he answered and said uninto a ship, and to go before him
to them, Why do ye also transunto the other side, while he sent
gress the commandment of God the multitudes a way.
by your tradition ? 23 i And when he had sent the Ma. 6.46.!
4 For Gud cominanded, saying, multitudes away, he went up in
d Honour thy father and mother: to a mountain apart to pray:
Le. 19. 3.
and, e He that curseth father or and when the evening was
De. 5. 16. * John 6.
mother, let him die the death.
Pr. 23 22. come, he was there alone.
5 But ye say, Whosoever shall
Ep. 6. 2. 24 But the ship was now in the
say to his father or his mother, midst of the sea, tossed with
It is a gill, by whatsoever thou
Le. 20. 9. waves; for the wind was con
mightest be profited by me;
De. 27. 16. trary.
Pr. 20. 20.
6 And honour not his father or 25 And in the fourth watch of
& 30. 17.
his mother, he shall be free. Thus the night Jesus went unto them,
have ye made the commandment walking on the sea.
of God of uone effect by your trar 26 Aud when the disciples saw !
The Canaanite's daughter healed. S. MATTHEW. Christ feedeth four thousand.
7.Ye hypocrites, well did Esa-1 A. D. 32. A. D. 32. I thou wilt. And her daughter ias prophesy of you, saying,
was made whole from that very 8. This people draweth nigh a.
hour. unto me with their mouth, and I Is. 29.13. lv Ma.7.31. 29 y And Jesus departed from honoureth me with their lips; but
Ez. 33, 31.1.ch
ach. 4. 18 thence, and came nigh unto the their heart is far from me.
sea of Galilee; and went up into 9 But in vain they do worship
a mountain, and sat down there. me, i teaching for doctrines theils. 29. 13. a Is. 35. 5. 30 a And great multitudes came cornmaudments of mell. :
| Col. 2. 18, 6. ch. 11.5. unto him, having with them those 10 T. And he called the multi --22. Tit.1. Lu. 7. 22. that were lame, blind, dumb, tude, and said unto them, Hear, 14.
maimed, and many others, and and understand:
cast them dowu at Jesus' feet; 11 Not that which foeth into 1 Ac. 10 15.
and he healed them. the mouth defileth a man; but Ro. 14. 14,
31 Insoinuch that the multitude that which conneth out of the 17,20.1 Ti.
wondered, when they saw the mouth, this defileth a man.
4. 4. Tit.l.
dunb to speak, the maimed to be 12 Then came his disciples, and
whole, the lame to walk, and the said unto hun, Knowest thou that
blind to see and they glorified the Pharisees were offended alter
the God of Israel. they heard this saying?
Ma. 8. 1. 32 To Then Jesus called his dis. 13 But he answered and said,
ciples unto him, and said, I have in Every plant, which my heav- m John 15.
compassion on the multitude, beenly Father hath not planted, 2. 1 Co. 3.1
cause they contnue with me now shall be rooted up.
three days, and have nothing to 14 Lct them alone: n they be n Is. 9. 16.
eat: and I will not send them blind leaders of the blind. And Mal. 2. 8.
away fasting, lest they laint in if the blind lead the blind, both ch. 23. 16.
the way. shall fall into the ditch.
Lu. 6. 39. C 2Ki.4.43. 33 c And his disciples say unto 15 Then answered Peter and Ma. 7.17.
him, Whence should we have so said unto him, Declare unto us
much bread in the wilderness, as this parable.
to fill so great a multitude ? 16 And Jesus said, p Are ye also p ch. 16.9.
34 And Jesus saith unto them, yet without understanding?
Ma. 7. 18.
How many loaves have ye? And 17 Do not ye yet understand,
they said, Seven, and a few little that whatsoever entereth in atq1Co.6.13.
fishes. the mouth goeth into the belly,
35 And he commanded the muland is cast out into the draught?
titude to sit down on the ground. 18 But I those things which pro- Ja. 3. 6. ld ch.14.19. ! 36 And d he took the seven ceed out of the mouth come forth
Je 1 Sa.9.13.
loaves and the fishes, and gave from the heart; and they defile
Lu. 22. 19. thanks, and brake them, and gave the man.
to his disciples, and the disciples 19. For out of the heart pro- s Gr.6.5.&
to the multitude. ceed evil thoughts, murders, alul- 8.21. Pr.6.!
37 And they did all eat, and teries, fornications, theils, talse
were filled: and they took up of
Ma. 7. 21.1 witness, blasphernies:
the broken meat that was left 20 These are the things which
seven baskets full. defile a man: but to eat with un
38 And they that did eat were washen hands defileth not a man.
four thousand men, beside women 21 1 Then Jesus went thence, Ma. 7.24.
and children. and departed into the coasts of
S Ma.8.10. 39 S And he sent away the mulTyre and Sidon.
titude, and took ship, and came 22 And behold, a woman of Ca
into the coasts of Magdala. naan came out of the same coasts,
CHAP. XVI. and cried unto him, saying, Have
1 The Pharisees require a sign. 6 Jesus mercy on me, O Lord, thou son
warneth his disciples of the leaven of of David; my daughter is griev
the Pharisees and Sadducees. 13 Th. ously vexed with a devil.
people's opinion of Christ, 16 and 23 But he answered her not a
Peter's confession of him. 21 Jesus word. And his disciples came
foresheweth his death, 23 reproving and besought him, saying, Send
Peler for dissuading him from it: her away; for she crieth atler us.
21 and adminisheth those that will 24 But he answered and said,
follow him, lo bear the cross. I am not sent but unto the lost uch. 10.5, la ch.12.38. THE « Pharisees also with the sheep of the house of Israel. 6.Ac. 3.25, Ma. 8. 11. 1 Sadducees came, and, tempt
95 then came she and worslin 26.& 13.46. Lu. 11. 16. ing, desired him that he would ped him, saying, Lord, help ine.
Ro. 15. 8. 8 2.54,
shew thein a sign from heaven.
66. 1 Co.l. 26 But he answered and said, It
2 He answered and said unto 18 not mee! to take the children's
them, When it is evening, yesay, bread and to cast it to 2 dogs.
It will be fair weather for the 87 And she said, Truth, Lord: Phi. 3. 2.
sky is red. yet the dogs eat of the crumbs
3 And in the morning, It will be which fall from their masters'
foul weather to-day: for the sky table.
is red and lowering. Oye hypo88 Then Jesus answered and
| crites, ye can discern the face of said unto her, I woman, great is
the sky; but can ye not discern thy faith: be it unto thee even as !
the signs of the times 1
Christ warneth his disciples. CHAP. XVII.2 The transfiguration of Christ. 40A wicked and adulterous A. D. 32. A. D. 32. Jerusalem, and suffer many things generation seeketh after a sign;
of the elders, and chief priests, and there shall no sign be given
and scribes, and be killed, and be unto it, but the sign of the pro
raised again the third day. phet Jonas. And he left them,
22 Then Peter took him, and beand departed. I
+ Gr. Pity gan to rebuke him, saying, t Be it 5 And when his disciples were c Ma.8.14. thyself. far from thee, Lord: this shall come to the other side, they had
not be unto thee. forgotten to take bread.
23 But he turned, and said unta 6 T Then Jesus said unto them,
• See 2 Sa. Peter, Get thee behind me, Sa& Take heed and beware of the ld Lu. 12.1 (19.22. tan; thou art an offence unto leaven of the Pharisees and of the
Ro. 8. 7. me: for thou savourest no: the Sadducees.
things that be of God, but those 7 And they reasoned among
that be of men. themselves, saying, It is because
uch.10.38. 24 Tu Then said Jesus unto his we have taken no bread.
Ma. 8. 34. disciples, If any man will come 8 Which when Jesus perceived,
after me, let hun deny himself, he said unto them, o ye of little
14. 27. Ac. 14.22.1 Th.
and take up his cross, and follow faith, why reason ye among your
3.3.2 Ti.3, selves, because ye have brought
25 For whosoever will save bis no bread?
lile, shall loose it: and whosoever 9. Do ye not yet understand,
Lu.17.33. e ch.14.17.John12.25.
will loose his life for my sake, neither remember the five loaves John 6. 9.
shall find it. of the five thousand, and how
26 For what is a man profited, many baskets ye took up ?
if he shall gain the whole world, 10 Neither the seven loaves off ch.15.34. y Ps. 49. 7, and lose his own soul ? or y what the four thousand, and how many
shall a man give in exchange for baskets ye took up ?
his soul? 11 How is it that ye do not un
3 ch.26.61. 27 For the Son of man shall derstand that I spake it not to
Ma. 8. 3. come in the glory of his father, you concerning bread, that ye
Lu. 9. 26. a with his angels: band then be should beware of the leaven of the
a Da. 7.10. shall reward every man according Pharisees and of the Sadducees?
Zec. 14. 6. to his works. 12 Then understood they how
ch. 25. 81.
28 Verily I say unto you, e There that he bade them not beware of
Jude 14. be some standing here, which the leaven of bread, but of the
8 Job34.11. shall not taste of death, till they doctrine of the Pharisees and of
Ps. 62. 12.
see the Son of man coming in his the Saducees.
Pr. 21. 12.
kingdom. 13 TWhen Jesus came into
& 32. 19.
CHAP. XVII. the coasts of Cesarea Philippi,
Ro, 2. 6. 1
1 The transfiguration of Christ. 14 HTC he asked his disciples, saying,
Co. 3. 8. 2
healeth the lunatic, 22 foretelleth his & Whom do men say that I, the
Ma.8.27.Co. 5. 10.1
own passion, 24 and payeth tribule. Son of man, ain?
Lu. 9. 18. Pe. 1, 17. AND 4 after six days, Jesus ta. 14 And they said, A Some srly A ch. 14. 2. Re.2.23. &
n keth Peter, James, and John that thou art John the Baptist: Lu.9.7,8,9.22. 12. his brother, and bringeth them up some, Elias; and others, Jere- lich. 14.33. c Ma. 9. 1. | into an high mountain a part, inias, or one of the prophets. Ma. 8. 20. Lu. 9. 27.
2 And was transfigured before 15 He saith unto them, But Lu. 9. 20. la Ma. 9. 2. I them: and his face did shine as whom say ye that I am ?
John 6.69. Lu. 9. 28. the sun, and his rairnent was
& ll, 27. 16 And Simon Peter answered
Ac. 8. 37.
white as the light. and said, i Thou art the Christ,
3 And behold, there appeared
& 9. 20. 1 the Son of the living God.
Jo. 4. 16.&
unto them Moses and Elias talk17 And Jesus answered and said | 5. 5. He...!
ing with him. unto him, Blessed art thou, Si- | 2, 5.
4 Then answered Peter, and mon Bar-jona: * for flesh and
said unto Jesus, Lord, it is good blood hath not revealed it unto
for us to be here: if thou wilt, let
i 1Co.2.10. thee, but my Father which is in
Ga. 1. 16.
us make here three tabernacles; heaven.
one for thee, and one for Moses, 18 And I say also unto thee,
m John 1.
and one for Elias.
42. That mthou art Peter, and n upon
50 While he yet spake, behold. this rock I will build my church:
a bright cloud overshadowed
Re. 21. 14... and the gates of hell shall not
Icch. 3. 17. them; and behold, a voice out of prevail against it.
u Job 38. Ma. 1. 11.
the cloud, which said, c This is
17. Ps.0.13. Lu. 3. 22. 19 P And I will give unto thee
my beloved Son, d in whom I am the keys of the kingdom of heav
Is. 38. 10.
well pleased : @hear ye him. en: and whatsoever thou shalt
6 S And when the disciples heard bind on earth, shall be bound in
it, they fell on their face, and heaven: and whatsoever thou
were sore afraid. shalt loose on earth, shall be loos
7 And Jesus came and 6 touched
Ma. 8. 30.15 2 Pe. 1. ed in heaven.
Lu. 9. 21. 18.
them, and said, Arise, and be not 20 4 Then charged he his disci
afraid. ples that they should tell no man
1 ch.20.17. JR Da. 8.18.
8 And when they had lifted up
Ma.8.31.& & 9. 21. & that he was Jesus the Christ.
9.31.& 10. 10. 10, 18. their eyes, they saw no mau, save 91 From that time forth be- | 33. Lu. 9. lh ch.16.20.
Jesus only. gan Jesus to shew unto his dis 22.& 18.31. Ma.8.30.&
9 And as they came down from ciples, how that he must go unto 1 & 24. 6, 7.19.0. the mountain, Jesus charged
107. 18. a is. 42. 1.
The lunatic healed.
S. MATTHEW. Christ teacheth to avoid offences. them, saying, Tell the vision to no A. D. 32. A. D. 32. should offend them, go thon to man, until the Son of man be
the sea, and cast an hook, and take risen again from the dead.
up the fish that first cometh up: 10 And his disciples asked him,
and when thou hast opened his saying, i Why then say the 1 Mal. 4.5.1 Or, a mouth, thou shalt find a piece of scribes, that Elias must first ch. 11. 14. stater. It money: that take, and give unto come?
Ma. 9. 11. is hall anthem for me and thee. 11 And Jesus answered and sail
silver, in unto thern, Elias truly shall first
1 Christ warneth his disciples to be hume:
value 2s, come, and restore all things: Mal. 4.6.6d, after
ble and harmless : 7 to avoid offences, 12 7 But I say unto you, that Lu. 1. 16, 5s. the
and not to despise the little ones : 15
teacheth how we are to deal with our Elias is come already, and they 17. Ac. 3. ounce.
brethren, when they off and us: 21 and knew him not, but u have done
how oft to forgive them : 23 which he imito him whatsoever they listed : I ch.11.14.
sellelh furth by a parable of the king, likewise n shall also the Son of Ma. 9. 12,
that took account of his servants, 32 inan suffer of them.
and punished him, who shewed no 13. Then the disciples under mch. 14.3,
mercy to his fellow. stood that he spake unto them of
AT athe saine time came the John the Baptist.
169 Lu. 9.46.& A disciples unto Jesus, saying,
h:10.21. 22. 23. 14 T P Aud when they were come
Who is the greatest in the kingto the inultitude, there came to
doin of heaven?
p Ma.9.14. him a certain mau kneeling down
Lu. 9. 37.
2 And Jesus called a little child to him, and saying,
uuto him, and set him in the midst 15 Lord, have mercy on my son ;
ot them, for he is lunatie, and sore vexed,
3 And said, Verily, I say unto for oft-times he falleth into the
1. Ps.151.2. you, Except ye be converted, tire, and oft into the water.
ch. 19. 11 and become as little children, ye 16 And I brought him to thy dis
Ma. 10. 14. shall not enter into the kingdom ciples, and they could not cure
Lu. 18. 16. of heaven, him.
1 Co.11.20. 4 c Whosoever therefore shall 17 Then Jesus answered and
1 Pe. 2. 2.
humble himself as this little child, said, O faithless and perverse
c ch.20.27, the same is greatest in the king generation, how long shall I be
& 23. 11. dom of heavenl. with you ? how long shall I suffer
4 ch.10.12. 5 And d whoso shall receive one you ? Bring him hither to me.
Lu. 9. 48. such little child in my name, re18 And Jesus rebuked the devil,
ceiveth me. and he departed out of him: and
Je Ma.9.42. 6 e But, whoso shall oflend one the child was cured from that
i Lu, 17.1.2. of these little ones which bevery hour.
lieve in me, it were better for him 19 Then came the disciples to
that a millstone were hanged Jesus a part, and said, Why could
about his neck, and that he were not we cast him out?
drowned in the depth of the sea. 20 And Jesus said unto them,
7 Wo unto the world because Because of your unbelief: fór
1. Lu. 17.1. of offences! for fit must needs verily I say unto you, If we have l q ch.21.21.1 Co.11.19. be that offences come; but I wo faith as a grain of mustaru-seed,
ed. Ma. 11. 23. & ch.26.21. to that ran by whom the offence ye shall say unto this mountain,
Co. 12.9.& Remove hence to yonder place;
. ch. 5.99.1 8 Wherefore, if thy hand or
13. 2 and it shall remove; and nothing
30. Ma, 9. thy foot oftend thee, cut them off, shall be impossible into you.
and cast them from thee; it is 21 Howbeit, this kind goeth not
better for thee to enter into life out, but by prayer and fasting.
halt or maimed, rather than hav22 And while they abode in ch.16.21.
ing two hands or two feet, to be Galilee, Jesus said unto them, & 20. 17.
cast into everlasting fire The Son of inan shall be betray
Ma. 8. 31.
9 And if thine eve offend thee, ed into the hands of men:
pluck it out, and cast it from
& 10. 33. 23 And they shall kill him, and
Lu. 9. 22,
thee: it is better for thee to enter the third day he shall be raised
into life with one eye, rather than again. And they were exceeding 1 & 21, 6, 7.
having two eyes, to be cast into sorry.
hell-fire. 24 T And when they were comes Ma. 9.33.
10 Take heed that ye despise not to Capernaum, they that received
one of these little ones : for I say I tribute-noney, came to Peter. Called in i Ps. 34 7.1
unto you, that in heaven i their and said, Doth not your Master the origi. Zec. 13. 7.
angels do always behold the face pay tribute ?
nal di He. 1. 14.
of my Father which is in heaven. 25 He saith, Yes. And when
drachma, Es. 1.14. (For the Son of man is corro
being in he was come into the house, Je
Lu. 1, 19. value fir
to save that which was lost. sus prevented him, saying, What
12 Lu 9. 56. 12 How think ye? If a man thinkest thou, Simon ? of whom pence:
& 19. 10. I have an hundred sheen and on do the kings of the earth take
See Ex.30. John 3. 17.
of them be gone astray, doth he custom or tribute ? of their own 13.&38.26. & 12. 47.
not leave the ninety and nine, and children, or of stranger3 ?
m Lu.15.4. goeth into the inountains, and 26 Peter saith unto him, or
seeketh that which is gone astray ? strangers. Jesus saith into him,
13 And if so be that he find it, Then are the children free.
verily I say unto you, he rejoiceth 27 Notwithstanding, lest wel
I more of that sheep, than of the
Christ léacheth forgiveness
to our offending brethrert. ninety and nine which went not A. D. 32. A. D. 32., and cast him into prison, till he astray.
should pay the debt. 14 Even so it is not the will of
31 So when his fellow-servanta your Father which is in heaven,
sa w what was done, they were that one of these little ones should
very sorry, and came and told perish.
unto their lord all that was done. 15 T Moreover, rif thy brother n Le.19.17
32 Then his lord, after that he Bhall" trespass against thee, go
Lu. 17. 3.
had called him, said unto him, o and tell him his fault between
thou wicked servant, I forgave thee and him alone: if he shall
thee all that debt, because Thou hear thee, thou hast gained thy o Ja. 5. 20.1
desiredst me: brother.
1 Pe, 3. 1.
33 Shouldest not thou also have 16 But if he will not hear thee,
had compassion on thy fellowthen take with thee one or two
servant, even as I had pity on more, that in P the mouth of two I p De. 17.6.
thee? or three witnesses every word
& 19, 15.
34 And his lord was wroth, and may be established. .
delivered him to the torinentorn, 17 And if he shall neglect to
2 Co. 13, 1. He. 10. 28.
till he should pay all that was hear them, tell it unto the church:
due unto him. but if he neglect to hear the
1. Pr.21.13. 35 % So likewise shall my heav. church, let bim be unto thcc as an
ch. 6. 12. enly Father do also unto you, if a heathen man and a publican. Ro. 16.17. Ma. 11. 26.
ye from your hearts forgive not 18 Verily I say unto you, What | 1 Co. 5.9. 2 Na. 2. 13. every one his brother their tressoever ye shall bind on earth,
passes." shall be bound in heaven: and
2 Jo, 10.
CHAP. XIX. i whatsoever ye shall loose on earth,
2 Christ healeth the sick : 3 answereth shall be loosed in heaven.
the Pharisees concerning divorce. 19 S Again I say unto you, That
1 Co. 5. 4.1
mont : 10 showeth when marriage is if two of you shall agree on earth, sch. 5. 24.1
necessary: 13 receiveth lillle children.
16 instructeth the young inan how to As touching any thing that they
allain eternal life, 20 and how to be shall ask, it shall be done for 1J0.3.22.
perfect : 23 telleth his disciples hou them of my Father which is in & 5. 14.
hard it is for a rich man to enter into heaven,
the kingdom of God, 27 and promiseth 20 For where two or three are
reward to those that forsake anything gathered together in my name,
to follow him. there am I in the midst of them.
A. D. 33.
AND it came to pass, that 21 T Then came Peter to him,
Al when Jesus had finished thiese and said, Lord, how oft shall my
sayings, he departed from Galibrother sin against me, and I for
lee, and came into the coast of give him ? utill seven times ? * Lu. 17.4.
Judea, beyond Jordan: 22 Jesus saith unto him, I say
10 ch.12.15. 12 And great multitudes follownot unto thee, Until seven times:
ed him, and he healed them there. *but, Uutil seventy times seven. ch. 6.14.
3 1 The Pharisees also came 23 T Therefore is the kingdom Ma. 11. 25.
uinto him, tempting him, and sayof heaven likened unto a certain Col. 3. 13.
ing unto him, Is it lawful for a king which would take account
man to put a way his wife for of his servants.
every cause ? 24 And when he had begun to
4 And he answered and said reckon, one was brought unto
unto them, Have ye not read, him which owed him ten thou
e Ge. 1. 27.
cthat he which made them at the Band talents.
1 A talent & 5.2.Mal.
beginning, made them male and 25 But forasmuch as he had notis 750 2. 15. female, to pay, his lord commanded him ounces of
5 And said, a For this cause shall
d Ge. 2.24. to be sold, and his wife and chil
a man leave father and mother,
which af. Ma. 10. 5, dren, and all that he had, and
-). Ep.5. and shall cleave to his wife: and payment to be made.
e they twain shall be oue flesh ? 26 The servant therefore fell the ounce el Co. 6.6. 6 Wherefore they are no more down, and worshipped him, is 1871. 105.& 7. 2. twain, but one flesh. What Baying, Lord, have patience with
therefore God hath joined togethme, and I will pay thee all.
Ne. 6. S.
er, let not man put asunder 27 Then the lord of that servant
Is De. 24.1. 7 They say unto him, Why did was moved with compassion, and
ch. 5. 31. Moses then command to give a loosed him, and forgave hin the
writing of divorcement, and to dett.
put her away? 28 But the same servant went
! The Ro.
8 He saith unto them, Moses, be
man penny out, and found one of his fellow
cause of the hardness of your servants, which owed him an
hearts, suffered you to put a way hundred pence: and he laid of an
your wives: but from the beginhands on him, and took him by Ot:nce,
ning it was not so. the throat, saying, Pay me that which af. & cb. 5. 32. 9And I say unto you, Whosothou owest.
ter five Ma. 10.11. ever shall put away his wife, ex. 29 And his fellow-servant fell
shillings Lu, 18. 18.
cept it be for fornication, and shall down at his feet, and besought
the ounce 1 Co. 7. 10,
marry another, committeth adul
11. him, saying, Have patience with
tery: and whoso marrieth her me, and I will pay thee all.,
which is put away, doth commit 30 And he would not : but went ch. 20. 2.