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ND that as he come nigh passed through Jericho. unto Jericho, a certain blind 2 And, behold, there was a man sat by the way side beg- man named Zaccheus, which ging:

was the chief among the pub36 And hearing the multi-licans, and he was rich. tude pass by, he asked what 3 And he sought to see Jeit meant.

sus who he was ; and could 37 And they told him, that not for the press, because he Jesus of Nazareth passeth by. was little of stature.

38 And he cried, saying, Je 4 And he ran before, and sus, thou Son of David, have climbed up into a sycamore mercy on me.

tree to see him; for he was to 39 And they which went be- pass that way. fore rebuked him, that he 5 And when Jesus came to should hold his peace: but the place, he looked up, and he cried so much the more, saw him, and said unto him, Thou Son of David, have Zaccheus, make haste, and mercy on me.

come down ; for to day I 40 And Jesus stood, and com- must abide at thy house. manded him to be brought 6 And he made haste, and unto him: and when he was came down, and received come near, he asked him, him joyfully. 41 Saying, What wilt thou 7 And when they saw it, that I shall do unto thee? they all murmured, saying, And he said, Lord, that I That he was gone to be guest may receive my sight.

with a man that is a sinner. 42 And Jesus said unto him, 8 And Zaccheus stood, and Receive thy sight: thy faith said unto the Lord; Behold, hath saved thee.

Lord, the half of my goods I 43 And immediately he re- give to the poor; and if I have ceived his sight, and follow- taken any thing from any ed him, glorifying God: and man by false accusation, I all the people, when they saw restore him fourfold. it, gave praise unto God. 9 And Jesus said unto him, CHAPTER XIX.

This day is salvation come 1 Of Zaccheus a publican. 11 The ten to this house, forasmuch as

pieces of money. 28 Christ rideth he also is a son of Abraham. into Jerusalem with triumph : 41

10 For the Son of man is weepeth over it : 45 driveth the buyers and sellers out of the temple: 47 come to seek and to save teaching daily in it. The rulers that which was lost. would have destroyed him, but for fear of the people.

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things, he added and spake al. 20 And another came, sayparable, because he was nigh ing, Lord, behold, here is thy to Jerusalem, and because pound, which I have kept they thought that the king. laid up in a napkin: dom of God should immedi- 21 For I feared thee, because ately appear.

thou art an austere man: 12 He said therefore, A cer- thou takest up that thou laytain nobleman went into a far edst not down, and reapest country to receive for himself that thou didst not sow. a kingdom, and to return. 22 And he saith unto him,

13 And he called his ten Out of thine own mouth will servants, and delivered them I judge thee, thou wicked ten pounds, and said unto servant. Thou knewest that them, Occupy till I come. I was an austere man, taking

14 But his citizens hated up that I laid not down, and him, and sent a message after reaping that I did not sow: him, saying, We will not 23 Wherefore then gavest have this man to reign over not thou my money into the

bank, that ‘at my coming I 15 And it came to pass, that might have required mine when he was returned, hav- own with usury? ing received the kingdom, 24 And he said unto them then he commanded these that stood by, Take from him servants to be called unto the pound, and give it to him him, to whom he had given that hath ten pounds. the 'money, that he might 25 (And they said unto him, know how much every man Lord, he hathi ten pounds.) had gained by trading. 26 For I say unto you, That

16 Then came the first, say- unto every one which hath ins, Lord, thy pound 'haih shall be given; and from him gained ten pounds.

that hath not, even that he 17 And he said unto him, hath shall be taken away Well, thou good servant: be- from him. cause thou hast been faithful 27 But those mine enemies, in a very little, have thou which would not that I authority over ten cities. should reign over them, bring

18 And the second came, hither, and slay them before saying, Lord, thy pound hath me. gained five pounds.

28 And when he had thus 19 And he said likewise to spoken, he went before, ashim, Be thou also over five cending up to Jerusalem. cities.

29 And it came to pass,

when he was come nigh to King that cometh in the name Bethphage and Bethany, at of the Lord : peace in heaven, the mount called the mount of and glory in the highest. Olives, he sent two of his dis 39 And some of the Phariciples,

sees from among the multi30 Saying, Go ye into the tude said unto him, Master, village over against you; in rebuke thy disciples. the which at your entering ye 40 And he answered and shall find a colt tied, where said unto them, I tell you on yet never man sat: loose that, if these should hold their him, and bring him hither. peace, the stones would im31 And if any man ask you, mediately cry out. Why do ye loose him ? thus 41 | And when he was shali ye say unto him, Be- come near, he beheld the city, cause the Lord hath need of and wept over it, him.

42 Saying, If thou hadst 32 And they that were sent known, even thou, at least in went their way, and found this thy day, the things which even as he had said unto belong unto thy peace! but them.

now they are hid from thine 33 And as they were loos-eyes. ing the colt, the

43 For the days shall come thereof said unto them, Why upon thee, that thine enemies loose ye the colt ?

shall cast a trench about thee, 34 And they said, The Lord and compass thee round, hath need of him.

and keep thee in on every 35 And they brought him to side, Jesus: and they cast their 44 And shall lay thee even garments upon the colt, and with the ground, and thy they set Jesus thereon. children within thee; and

36 And as he went, they they shall not leave in thee spread their clothes in the one stone upon another; beway.

cause thou knewest not the 37 And when he was come time of thy visitation. nigh, even now at the descent 45 And he went into the of the mount of Olives, the temple, and began to cast out whole multitude of the disci- them that sold therein, and ples began to rejoice and them that bought; praise God with a loud voice 46 Saying unto them, It is for all the mighty works written, My house is the that they had seen;

house of prayer; but ye have 38 Saying, Blessed be the made it a den of thieves.

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47 And he taught daily in | 7 And they answered, that the temple. But the chief they could not tell whence it priests and the scribes and the was. chief of the people sought to 8 And Jesus said unto them, destroy him,

Neither tell I you by what 48 And could not find what authority I do these things. they might do : for all the 9 Then began he to speak people were very attentive to the people this parable; A to hear him.

certain man planted a vineCHAPTER XX.

yard, and let it forth to hus1 Christ avoucheth his authority by a

bandmen, and went into a question of John's baptism. The far country for a long time. parable of the vineyard. 19 OS giv

10 And at the season he sent ing tribute to Cesar. vinceth the Sadducees that denied a servant to the husbandmen, the resurrection. 41 How Christ is the Son of David." 45 He warneth that they should give him of his disciples to beware of the scribes the fruit of the vineyard : ND it came to pass, that but the husbandmen beat

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he taught the people in the empty. temple, and preached the gos 11 And again he sent anpel, the chief priests and the other servant: and they beat scribes came upon him with him also, and entreated him the elders,

shamefully, and sent him 2 And spake unto him, say- away empty: ing, Tell us, by what author 12 And again he sent a third: ity doest thou these things and they wounded him also, or who is he that gave thee and cast him out. this authority ?

13 Then said the lord of the 3 And he answered and said vineyard, What shall I do? I unto them, I will also ask you will send my beloved son: it one thing ; and answer me: may be they will reverence

4 The baptism of John, was him when they see him. it from heaven, or of men ? 14 But when the husband

5 And they reasoned with men saw him, they reasoned themselves, saying, If we among themselves, saying, shall say, From heaven ; he This is the heir: come, let us will say, Why then believed kill him, that the inheritance ye him not?

may be ours. 6 But and if we say, Of men; 15 So they cast him out of all the people will stone us: the vineyard, and killed him. for they be persuaded that What therefore shall the lord John was a prophet.

of the vineyard do unto them?

16 He shall come and de- | 24 Shew me a penny. Whose stroy these husbandmen, and image and superscription shall give the vineyard to hath it? They answered and others. And when they heard said, Cesar's. it, they said, God forbid. 25 And he said unto them,

17 And he beheld them, and Render therefore unto Cesar said, What is this then that is the things which be Cesar's, written, The stone which the and unto God the things builders rejected, the same is which be God's. become the head of the cor 26 And they could not take ner?

hold of his words before the 18 Whosoever shall fall up people: and they marvelled on that stone shall be broken; at his answer, and held their but on whomsoever it shall peace. fall, it will grind him to pow 27 | Then came to him cerder.

tain of the Sadducees, which 19 And the chief priests deny that there is any resurand the scribes the same rection; and they asked him, hour sought to lay hands on 28 Saying, Master, Moses him; and they feared the wrote unto us, If any man's people: for they perceived brother die, having a wife, that he had spoken this par- and he die without children, able against them.

that his brother should take 20 And they watched him, his wife, and raise up seed and sent forth spies, which unto his brother. should feign themselves just 29 There were therefore men, that they might take seven brethren: and the first hold of his words, that so took a wife, and died withthey might deliver him unto out children. the power and authority of 30 And the second took her the governor.

to wife, and he died childless. 21 And they asked him, say 31 And the third took her; ing, Master, we know that and in like manner the seven thou sayest and teachest right- also : and they left no chil. ly, neither acceptest thou the dren, and died. person of any, but teachest 32 Last of all the woman the way of God truly: died also.

22 Is it lawful for us to give 33 Therefore in the resurtribute unto Cesar, or no? rection whose wife of them

23 But he perceived their is she? for seven had her to craftiness, and said unto wife. them, Why tempt ye me? 34 And Jesus answering

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