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and thrust my hand into his | the disciples at the sea of side, I will not believe. Tiberias; and on this wise
26 'T And after eight days shewed he himself. again his disciples were with- 2 There were together Siin, and Thomas with them : mon Peter, and Thomas callthen came Jesus, the doors ed Didymus, and Nathanael being shut, and stood in the of Cana in Galilee, and the midst, and said, Peace be un- sons of Zebedee, and two
other of his disciples. 27 Then saith he to Thomas, 3 Simon Peter saith unto Reach hither thy finger, and them, I go a fishing. They behold my hands; and reach say unto him, We also go hither thy hand, and thrust it with thee. They went forth, into my side ; and be not and entered into a ship imfaithless, but believing. mediately; and that night
28 And Thomas answered they caught nothing. and said unto him, My Lord 4 °But when the morning and my God.
was now come, Jesus stood 29 Jesus saith unto him, on the shore; but the disciThomas, because thou hast ples knew not that it was seen me, thou hast believed : Jesus. blessed are they that have not 5 Then Jesus saith unto seen, and yet have believed. them, Children, have ye any
30 s And many other signs meat ? They answered him, truly did Jesus in the pres- No. ence of his disciples, which 6 And he said unto them, are not written in this book : Cast the net on the right side 31 But these are written, of the ship, and ye shall find. that ye might believe that Je- They cast therefore, and now sus is the Christ, the Son of they were not able to draw it God; and that believing ye for the multitude of fishes. might have life through his Therefore that disciple name.
whom Jesus loved saith unto CHAPTER XXI.
Peter, It is the Lord. Now 1 Christ appearing again to his disci- when Simon Peter heard that ples was known of them by the great it was the Lord, he girt his draught of fishes. 12 He dineth with fisher's coat unto him, (for foreleiteth him of his death: 22 re- himself into the sea. ter to feed his
lambs and sheep: 18 he was naked,) and did cast buketh his curiosity touching John.
8 And the other disciples |FTER these things Jesus came in a little ship, (for
25 The conclusion.
but as it were two hundred thee. He saith unto him, cubits,) dragging the net with Feed my sheep. fishes.
17 He saith unto him the 9 As soon then as they were third time, Simon, son of Jocome to land, they saw a fire nas, lovest thou me? Peter of coals there, and fish laid was grieved because he said thereon, and bread.
unto him the third time, 10 Jesus saith unto them, Lovest thou me? And he Bring of the fish which ye said unto him, Lord, thou have now caught.
knowest all things; thou 11 Simon Peter went up, knowest that I love thee. and drew the net to land full | Jesus saith unto him, Feed of great fishes, a hundred and my sheep. fifty and three: and for all 18 Verily, verily, I say unto there were so many, yet was thee, When thou wast young, not the net broken.
thou girdedst thyself, and 12 Jesus saith unto thein, walkedst whither tħou wouldCome and dine. And none est : but when thou shalt of the disciples durst ask be old, thou shalt stretch him, Who art thou ? know forth thy hands, and another ing that it was the Lord. shall gird thee, and carry
13 Jesus then cometh, and thee whither thou wouldest taketh bread, and giveth not. them, and fish likewise. 19 This spake he, signify14 This is now the third ing by what death he should time that Jesus shewed him- glorify God. And when he self to his disciples, after had spoken this, he saith unthat he was risen from the to him, Follow me. dead.
20 Then Peter, turning a15 So when they had bout, seeth the disciple whom dined, Jesus saith to Simon Jesus loved following; which Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, also leaned on his' breast lovest thou me more than at supper, and said, Lord, these? He saith unto him, which is he that betrayeth Yea, Lord ; thou knowest thee ? that I love thee. He saith 21 Peter seeing him saith to unto him, Feed my lambs. Jesus, Lord, and what shall 16 He saith to him again the this man do? second time, Simon, son of 22 Jesus saith unto him, If I Jonas, lovest thou me? He will that he tarry till I come, saith unto him, Yea, Lord; what is that to thee? follow thou knowest that I love thou me.
23 Then went this saying | know that his testimony is abroad among the brethren, true. that that disciple should not 25 And there are also many die : yet Jesus said not unto other things which Jesus did, him, He shall not die; but, the which, if they should If I' will that he tarry till I be written every one, I supcome, what is that to thee? pose that even the world it
24 This is the disciple which self could not contain the testifieth of these things, and books that should be writwrote these things : and welten. Amen.
ACTS OF THE APOSTLES.
CHAPTER I. and speaking of the things 1 Christ, preparing his apostles to the pertaining to the kingdom them together into the mount Olivet, of God: commandeth them to expect in Jerus 4 And, being assembled tosalem the sending down of the Holy Ghost, promiseth after few days to gether with them, commandsend it: by virtue whereof they should ed them that they should not most parts of the earth. 9 After his depart from Jerusalem, but ascension they are warned by two wait for the promise of the mines upon his second coming. 12 Father, which, saith he, ye They accordingly return, and, giv- have heard of me. ing themselves to prayer,choose Matthias apostle in the place of Judas.
5 For John truly baptized HE former treatise have with water ; but ye shall be
, of all that Jesus began both not many days hence. to do and teach,
6 When they therefore were 2 Until the day in which he come together, they asked of was taken up, after that he him, saying, Lord, wilt thou through the Holy Ghost had at this time restore again the given commandments unto kingdom to Israel? the apostles whom he had 7 And he said unto them, It chosen:
is not for you to know the 3 To whom also he shewed times or the seasons, which himself alive after his passion the Father hath put in his by many infallible proofs, be- own power. ing seen of them forty days, 8 But ye shall receive pow
er, after that the Holy Ghost | supplication, with the wois come upon you : and ye men, and Mary the mother of shall be witnesses unto me Jesus, and with his brethren. both in Jerusalem, and in all 15 And in those days Peter Judea, and in Samaria, and stood up in the midst of the unto the uttermost part of disciples, and said, the numthe earth.
ber of names together were 9 And when he had spoken about a hundred and twenty,) these things, while they be 16 Men and brethren, this held, he was taken up; and Scripture must needs have a cloud received him out of been fulfilled, which the their sight.
Holy Ghost by the mouth of 10 And while they looked David spake before concernsteadfastly toward heaven as ing Judas, which was guide he went up, behold, two men to them that took Jesus. stood by them in white ap
17 For he was numbered parel;
with us, and had obtained 11 Which also said, Ye men part of this ministry. of Galilee, why stand ye gaz 18 Now this man purchased ing up into heaven? this a field with the reward of insame Jesus, which is taken iquity; and falling headlong, up from you into heaven, he burst asunder in the midst, shall so come in like manner and all his bowels gushed out. as ye have seen him go into 19 And it was known unto heaven,
all the dwellers at Jerusalem; 12 Then returned they unto insomuch as that field is callJerusalem from the mounted, in their proper tongue, called Olivet, which is from Aceldama, that is to say, The Jerusalem a sabbath day's field of blood. journey.
20 For it is written in the 13 And when they were book of Psalms, Let his habcome in, they went up into itation be desolate, and let no an upper room, where abode man dwell therein: and, His both Peter, and James, and bishoprick let another take. John, and 'Andrew, Philip, 21 Wherefore of these men and Thomas, Bartholomew, which have companied with and Matthew, James the son of us all the time that the Lord Alpheus, and Simon Zelotes, Jesus went in and out among and Judas the brother of us, James.
22 Beginning from the bap14 These all continued with tism of John, unto that same one accord in prayer and day that he was taken up
from us, must one be ordain- | a sound from heaven as of a ed to be a witness with us of rushing mighty wind, and it his resurrection.
filled all the house where 23 And they appointed two, they were sitting. Joseph called Barsabas, who 3 And there appeared unto was surnamed Justus, and them cloven tongues like as Matthias.
of fire, and it sat upon each 24 And they prayed, and of them. said, Thou, Lord, which 4 And they were all filled knowest the hearts of all with the Holy Ghost, and men, shew whether of these began to speak with other two thou hast chosen, tongues, as the Spirit gave
25 That he may take part them utterance. of this ministry, and apostle 5 And there were dwelling ship, from which Judas by at Jerusalem Jews, devout transgression fell, that he men, out of every nation unmight go to his own place. der heaven.
26 And they gave forth their 6 Now when this was noised lots; and the lot fell upon abroad, the multitude came Matthias; and he was num together, and were confoundbered with the eleven apos- ed, because that every man tles.
heard them speak in his own CHAPTER II. language.
7 And they were all amazed 1 The apostles, filled with the Holy
Ghost, and 'speaking divers lan; and marvelled, saying one to derider by others. 14 whom 'Peter another, Behold, are not all disproving, and shewing that the these which speak Galileans ? apostles spake by the power of the Ho 8 And how hear we every ly Ghost, that Jesus was risen from the dead, ascended into heaven, had man in our own tongue, poured down the same Holy Ghost, and was the Messias, a man known wherein we were born? to them to be approved of God by 9 Parthians, and Medes, and his miracles, wonders, and sigms: Elamites, and the dwellers in inate counsel and foreknowledge : Mesopotamia, and in Judea, 37 he baptizeth a great number that and Cappadocia, in Pontus, devoutly and charitably converse and Asia, together: the apostles working many miracles, and God daily increasing
10 Phrygia, and Pamphylia, his church.
in Egypt, and in the parts of ND when the day of Pen- Libya about Cyrene, and they were all with one accord proselytes, in one place.
11 Cretes and Arabians, we 2 And suddenly there came do hear them speak in our