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The tempest stilled. ST. MATTHEW. The herd of swine. turion, Go thy way; and as this, that even the winds and thou hast believed, so be it the sea obey him' done unto thee. And his serv 28 And when he was come to ant was healed in the selfsame the other side into the country hour.
of the Gergesenes, there met 14 TAnd when Jesus was come him two possessed with devils. into Peter's house, he saw his coming out of the tombs, ex. wite's mother laid, and sick ot a ceeding fierce, so that no man fever.
might pass by that way.. And he touched her hand,and
29 And, behold, they cried out, the fever left her: and she arose, saying. What have we to do and ministered unto them. with thee, Jesus, thou Son of 16 T When the even was come, God? art thou come hither to they brought unto him many torment us before the time? that were possessed with dev- 30 And there was a good way ils: and he cast out the spirits off from them a herd of many with his word, and healed al swine feeding. that were sick:
So the devils besought him, 17 That it might be fulfilled saying, If thou cast us out, suffer wbich was spoken by Esaias the us to go away into the herd of prophet, saying, Himself took swine. our infirmities, and bare our 32 And he said unto them, Go. sicknesses.
And when they were come out, 18 Now when Jesus saw great they went into the herd of multitudes about him, he gave swine : and, behold, the whole commandment to depart unto herd of swine ran violently the other side.
down a steep place into the sea, 19 And a certain scribe came, and perished in the waters. and said unto him, Master, I 33 And they that kept them will follow theo whithersoever ned, and went their ways into thou goest.
the city, and told every thing. 20 And Jesus saith unto him and what was befallen to the The foxes have holes, and the possessed of the devils. birds of the air have nests; but 34 And, behold, the whole city the Son of man hath not where came out to meet Jesus: and to lay his head.
when they saw him. they be21 And ano:her of his disciples sought him that he would desaid unto him, Lord, sulter me part out of their coasts. first to go and bury my father.
CHAPTER 1X 22 But Jesus said unto him, Sundry miracles of Christ. Follow meci cand let the dead A papa he sente rede into a shrine
23 And when he was entered into his own city. into a ship, his disciples follow ? And, behold, they brought to ed him.
hima man sick of the palsy lying 94 And, behold, there arose aon a bed : and Jesus seeing their greet tempest in the sea, inso-faith said unto the sick of the much that the ship was cover-pelsy: Son, be of good cheer: ed with the waves: but he was thy sins be forgiven thee. asleep.
3 And, behold, certain of the 23 And his disciples came to scribes said within themselves, kim, and awoke him, saying. This man blasphemeth. Lord. Bave us: we perish,
4 And Jesus knowing their 25And he saithunto them. Why thoughts said, Wherefore think aro yo fearful.Oye of little faith? ye evil in your hearts? Then he crose, and rebuked the 5 For whether is easier. to say, winds and the sea; and there Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to was a great calm.
say, Arise, and walk ? 77 But the men marvelled, 6 But that ye may know that saying, What manner of maa is the Son of man hath power on
Matthew called. ST. MATTHEW. A bloody issue healed. earth to forgive sins, (then saith shipped kim, saying, Ty daugh. he to the set of the palcy,) ter izcven now dead : but come Arise, take up thy bed, and 60 and lay thy hand upon her, and tinto this house.
she shall live. 7 And lie arosc, and departed, 19 And Jesus arose, and fol: to his house.
lowed him, and so did his dis. 8 But when the multitudes saw ciples. it, they marvelled, and clori.icd 23. And, behold, a woman, Ged, which had given such which was discused with an is power unto men.
sue of blood twelve years, ca:10 911 And as Jesus passed forth behind him, and touched the from thence, he saw a man, hem of his garment: named Matchew, si tiny at the 21 For she said within herself, receipt of custom: and heari: If I may but touch his garment, unto hin, Follow me. And he I sell be wholo. arose, and tollowed him.
24 Bit Jesus turned him about, 10 And it came to pass, as and when he saw her, he said, Jesus sat at meat in the house, Baughter, be of good comfort; beholà, miny publicans and cinly fait! hath made thee whole ners came and sat down with And the woman was made him and his disciples.
whole (roin that hour. 11 And when the Pharisees saw 23 And when Jesus came into it, they said unto his disciples, the ruler's house, and saw the Why eateth your master with instrels and the people makpublicans and sinners ?
1:1 a noise, 12 But wlien Jesus heard that, 21 He said unto them, Give he said unto them, They that bo place: for the maid is not dead, whole need not a physician, but but sleepeth. And they laughed they that are sick.
him to scorn. 13 But go ye and learn what 25 But when the people weru that meaneth, I will have mor- put forth, he went in, and took cy, and not sacrifice: for I am licr by the hand, and the maid not come to call te richteous, arose. but sinners to repentance.
2; And the fame hereof went 14 Then came to him the dis- abroad into all that land. ciples of John, saying, Why do 27 | And when Jesus departed we and the Pharisees fast oft, thence, twoblind men followed but thy disciples fist not? lin, crying, and saying, Thou 15 And Jesus said unto them, Son of David, have mercy on us. Can the children of the bride. 29 And when he was come into chamber niourn, as long as the the house, the blind men came bridegroom is with them? but to him: and Jesus nih unto the days will come, when the them, Believe ye that I am able bridegroom shall be taken from to do this? They said unto him, them, and then shall tney tist. Yea, Lord.
16 No man putteth a piece of 29 Then touched he their eyes, new clotn unto an old garment; saying. According to your faith for that which is put in to tiilit be it unto you. up taketh irom the garment, and 30 And their eyes were openthe rent is made worse.
ed; and Jesus siraitly charged 17 Neither do men put new them, saying, See that no man wine into old bottles: else the know it. bottles break, and the wine 31 But they, when they were runneth out, and the bottles departed, spread abroad his perish : but they put new wine fame in all that country, into new bottles, and both are 32 As they went out, behold, preserved.
they brought to him a aumb man 18 While he spake these possessed with a devil. things unto them, behold, there 33 And when the devil was cast came a certain ruler, and wor-1 out, the dumb spake: and the
ST. MATTHEW. to the apostles. multitudes marvelled, saying, 9 Provide neither gold, nor silIt was never so scen in Israel. ver, nor brass in your purses; 34 But the Pharisees said, Ho 10 Nor scrip for your journey, casteth out devils through the neithertwocoats, neither shoes, prince of the devils.
nor yet staves for the work35 And Jesus went about all man is worthy of his meat. the cities and villages, teaching 11 And into whatsoever city in their synarogues, and preach or town ye shall enter, inquire ing the gospel of the kingdom, who in it is worthy; and there end healing every sickness and abide till ye go thence, every disease among the peo 12 And when ye come into & ple.
house, salute it. 36 But when he saw the mul 13 And if the house be worthy, titudes, he was moved with lot your peace come upon it: compassion on them, because but if it be not worthy, let your they fainted, and were scatter- peace return to your ed abroad, as sheep having no 14 And whosoever shall not reshepherd.
ceive you, nor hear your words, 37 Then saith he unto his disci- when ye depart out of that ples, The harvest truly is plen- house or city, shake off the dust teous, but thelabourers are few; of your feet. 38 Pray ye therefore the Lord 15 Verily I say unto you, It of the harvest, that he will send shall be more tolerable for the forth labourers into his harvest. land of Soc!om and Gomorrah in SCIIAPTER X.
the day of judgment, than for Christ's charje to the apostles.
that city. when he had called unto 15 Behold, I send you forth as him his twelve disciples, lo sheep in the midst of wolves: be gave them power against un se therefore wise 23 scrpents, clean spirits, to cast them out, and harınless as dorcs. and to heal all manner of sick 17 Lut beware of men: for ness and all manner of disease. they will deliver yon up to the
2 Now the names of the twelve councils, and they will scourge apostles are these ; The first, you in their synagogues; Simon, who is called Peter, and 13 And ye shall be brought boAndrew his brother, James the fore governors and kings for my son of Zebedee, and John his sake, for a testimony against brother;
them and the Gentiles. 3 Philip, and Bartholomew:19 But when they deliver you Thomas, and Matthew the pub-uy, take no thought how or what lican James the son of Alphe-ye shall speak for it shall be us, and Lebbeus, whose sur-riven you in that same hour name was Thaddeus;
what ye shall speak. 4 Simon the Canan te, and Ju-20 Fer it is not
re that speak, das Iscariot, who also betrayed but the Spirit of your Father him.
which speaketh in you. 6 These twelve Jesus sentforth. 21 And the brother shall deliv. and commanded them, saying, er up the brother to death, and Go uot into the way of the Gen-lhe father the child and the tiles, and into any city of the children shall rise up against Samaritans enter ye not: their parents, and cause them to
6 But go rather to the lost sheep be put to death. of the house of Israel.
22 And ye shall be hated of all 1 And as ye go, preach, saying, men for my name's sake: but he Phe kingdom of heaven is at that endureth to the end shal hand.
be saved. 8 Heal the sick, cleanse the lep-23 But when they persecute ers, raise the dead, cast out dey- you in this city, tiee ye into anils : freely ye have received, other for verily I say unto you. freely give.
Ye shall not have gone over the
ST. MATTHEW. are comfortea cities of Israel, till the Son of 39 He that findeth his life shall man be come.
lose it: and he that loseth his 24 The disciple is not above his life for my sake shall find it. master, nor the servant above 40 He that receiveth you rehis lord.
ceiveth me: and he that receiv25 It is enough for the disci-eth me receiveth him that sent me. ple that he be as his master, and 41 Ile that receiveth a prophet the servant as his lord. If they in the name of a propher shall have called the master of the receive a prophet's reward; and house Beclzebub, how much he that receiveth a righteous more shall they call them of his man in the name of a righteous household ?
man shall receive a righteous
27 What I tell you in darkness, the name of a disciple, verily I
ples,lie departed thence to teach 29 Are not two sparrows sold and to preach in their cities. for a farthing' and one of them 2 Now when John had heard in shall not tall ontheground with the prison the works of Christ, out your Father.
he sent two of his disciples. 30 But the very hairs of your 3 And said unto him. Art thou head are all numbered.
he that should come, or do we 31 Fear ye not therefore, ye look for another? are of more value than many 4 Jesus answered and said unto sparrows.
them, Go and shew John again 32 Whosoever therefore shall those things which ye do hear confess me before men, him will and see: I confess also before my Father 5 The blind receive their sight. which is in heaven.
and the lame walk, the lepers 33 But whosoever shall deny are cleansed, and the deaf hear. me before men, him will I also the dead are raised up, and the deny before my Father which poor have the gospel preached is in heaven.
to them. Think not that I am come 6 And blessed is he, whosoever to send peace on earth: I came shall not be offended in me. not to send peace, but a sword. 7 And as they departed. Jesus
33 For I am come to set a man began to say unto the multitudes at variance against his father, concerning John, What went and the daughter against her ye out into the wilderness to mother, and the daughter in law see? A reed shaken with the against her mother in law. wind ?
36 And a man's foes shall be 8 But what went ye out for to they of his own household. see? A man clothed in bott
37 He that loveth father or raiment? behold, they that wear mother more than me is not soft clothing are in kings' houses. worthy of me: and he that lov 9 But what went ye out for to eth son or daughter more than see! A prophet? yea. I say unto me is not worthy of nie. you, and more than a prophet. 38 And he that taketh not his 10 For this is he, of whom it is cross, and followeth after me, written, Behold. I send my mesle not worthy of me.
senger before thy face, which
Jesus' testimony ST. MATTHEW. concerning John. shall prepare thy way, before 24 But I say unto you. That it thee.
shall be more tolerable for the 11 Verily I say unto you, Among land of Sodom in the day of them that are born of women judgment, than for thee. there hath not risen a greater 25 At that time Jesus answer than John the Baptist: notwith ed and said, I thank thee, O Fastanding, he that is least in the ther, Lord of heaven and earth, kingdom of heaven is greater because thou hast hid these than he.
things from the wise and pru12 Aud from the days of John dent, and hast revealed them the Baptist until now the king- unto babes. dom of heaven suffereth vio 26 Even so, Father; for so it lence, and the violent take it by seemed good in thy sight. force.
27 All things are delivered un13 For all the prophets and the tome of my Father and no man law prophesied until John. knoweth the Son, but the Fa
14 And it ye will receive it, this ther: neither knoweth any man is Elias, which was for to come. the Father, save the Son, and he lö He that hath ears to hear, let to whomsoever the Son will rehim hear.
veal him. 16 F But whereunto shall I 28 Come unto me, all ye that liken this generation? It is like labour and are heavy laden, and unto children sitting in the mar. I will give you rest. kets, and calling unto their fel. 29 Take my yoke upon you,and lowe,
learn of me; for I am meek and 17 And saying, We have piped lowly in heart: and ye shall find nato you, and ye have not dan- rest unto your souls. ced; we have mourned unto 30 For my yoke is easy, and you, and ye have not lamented. my burden is light. 18 For John came neither eat
CHAPTER XII. ing nor drinking, and they say, The l'hariscus rebuked. He hath a devil.
T that time Jesus went on ing and drinking, and they say, corn; and his disciples were Behold a man gluttonous, and ahungered, and began to pluck a wine bibber, a friend of publi- the
ears of corn, and to eat cans and sinners. But wisdom 2 But when the Pharisees saw is justified of her children.
it, they said unto him, Behold, 20 Then began he to upbraid thy disciples do that which is the cities wherein most of his not lawful to do upon the sab mighty, works were done, be- bath day. cause they repented not: 3 But he said unto them, Have
21 Woe unto thee, Chorazin! ye not read what David did woe unto thee, Bethsaida! for when he was ahungered, and if the mighty works, which were they that were with him; done in you, had been done in 4 How he entered into the Tyre and Sidon, they would house of God, and did eat the kave repented long ago in sack- shewbread, which was not law. eloth and ashes.
ful for him to eat, neither for 22 But I say unto you, It shall them which were with him, be more tolerable for Tyre and but only for the priests! Sidon at the day of judgment, 5 Or have ye not read in the than for you.
law, how that on the sabbath And thou, Capernaum,which days the priests in the temple art exalted unto heaven, shalt profane the sabbath, and are be brought down to hell: for if blameless the mighty works, which have 6 But I say unto you, That in been done in thee, had been this place is one greater than the done in Sodom, it would have temple. temained until this day.
7 But if ye had known what