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of good cheer ; it is I; be CHAPTER XV. not afraid.
3 Christ reproveth the scribes and 28 And Peter answered him Pharisees for transgressing God's
commandments through their own and said, Lord, if it be thou,
traditions : 11 teacheth how that bid me come unto thee on which goeth into the mouth doth not the water.
defile a man. 21 He healeth the
daughter of the woman of Canaan, 29 And he said, Come. And 30 and other great muliitudes : 32 when Peter was come down
and with seven loaves and a few lit
tle fishes feecleth four thousand men, out of the ship, he walk beside women and children. ed on the water, to go to
30 But when he saw the which were of Jerusalem, wind boisterous, he was saying, afraid; and beginning to sink, 2 Why do thy disciples he cried, saying, Lord, save transgress the tradition of the me.
elders ? for they wash not 31 And immediately Jesus their hands when they eat stretched forth his hand, and bread. caught him, and said unto 3 But he answered and said him, 0 thou of little faith, unto them, Why do ye also wherefore didst thou doubt ? transgress the commandment
32 And when they were of God by your tradition ? come into the ship, the wind 4 For God commanded, ceased.
saying, Honour thy father 33 Then they that were in and mother : and, He that the ship came and worship- curseth father or mother, let ped him, saying, Of a truth him die the death. thou art the Son of God. 5 But ye say, Whosoever
34 | And when they were shall say to his father or his gone over, they came into the mother, It is a gift, by what. land of Gennesaret.
soever thou mightest be prof: 35 And when the men ofited by me; that place had knowledge of 6 And honour not his father him, they sent out into all or his mother, he shall be free. that country round about, Thus have ye made the comand brought unto him all mandment of God of none that were diseased;
effect by your tradition. 36 And besought him that 7 Ye hyprocrites, well did they might only touch the Esaias prophesy of you, say, hem of his garment: and as ing, many as touched were made 8 This people draweth nigh perfectly whole.
unto me with their mouth,
and honoureth me with their come forth from the heart; lips; but their heart is far and they defile the man. from me.
19 For out of the heart 9 But in vain they do wor- proceed evil thoughts, murship me, teaching for doc- ders, adulteries, fornications, trines the commandments of thefts, false witness, blasmen.
phemies: 10 T And he called the mul 20 These are the things titude, and said unto them, which defile a man: but to Hear, and understand: eat with unwashen hands de
11 Not that which goeth fileth not a man. into the mouth defileth a 21 Then Jesus went man; but that which cometh thence, and departed into the out of the mouth, this defileth coasts of Tyre and Sidon. a man.
22 And, behold, a woman 12 Then came his disciples, of Canaan came out of the and said unto him, Knowest same coasts, and cried unto thou that the Pharisees were him, saying, Have mercy on offended, after they heard me,'o Lord, thou Son of Dathis saying?
vid; my daughter is grievous13 But he answered and ly vexed with a devil. said, Every plant, which my 23 But he answered her not heavenly Father hath not a word. And his disciples planted, shall be rooted up. came and besought him, say14 Let them alone: they be ing, Send her away; for she blind leaders of the blind. crieth after us. And if the blind lead the 24 But he answered and blind, both shall fall into the said, I am not sent but unto ditch.
the lost sheep of the house 15 Then answered Peter and of Israel. said unto him, Declare unto 25 Then came she and worus this parable.
shipped him, saying, Lord, 16 And Jesus said, Are ye help me. also yet without understand 26 But he answered and ing ?
said, It is not meet to take 17 Do not ye yet understand, the children's bread, and to that whatsoever entereth in cast it to dogs. at the mouth goeth into the 27 And she said, Truth, belly, and is cast out into the Lord: yet the dogs eat of the draught ?
crumbs which fail from their 18 But those things which masters' table. proceed out of the mouth 28 Then Jesus answered and
said unto her, O woman, great 35 And he commanded the is thy faith: be it unto thee multitude to sit down on the even as thou wilt. And her ground. daughter was made whole 36 And he took the seven from that very hour.
loaves and the fishes, and 29 And Jesus departed from gave thanks, and brake them, thence, and came nigh unto and gave to his disciples, and the sea of Galilee; and went the disciples to the multiup into a mountain, and sattude. down there.
37 And they did all eat, and 30 And great multitudes were filled: and they took up came unto him, having with of the broken meat that was them those that were lame, left seven baskets full. blind, dumb, maimed, and 38 And they that did eat many others, and cast them were four thousand men, bedown at Jesus' feet; and he side women and children. healed them:
39 And he sent away the 31 Insomuch that the mul- multitude, and took ship, titude wondered, when they and came into the coasts of saw the dumb to speak, the Magdala. maimed to be whole, the lame
CHAPTER XVI. to walk, and the blind to see:
1 The Pharisees require a sign. 6 Jeand they glorified the God sus warneth his disciples of the leavof Israel.
en of the Pharisees and Sadducees. 32 The Jesus called his
13 The people's opinion of Christ, 16
and Peter's confession of him. 21 disciples unto him, and said, I Jesus foresheweth his death, 23 re
proving Peter for dissuading him have compassion on the mul from it: 24 and admonisheth those
that will follow him, to bear the cross.
VHE Pharisees also with have nothing to eat: and I will not send them away fast- tempting desired him that he ing, lest they faint in the would shew them a sign from way.
heaven. 33 And his disciples say 2 He answered and said unto unto him, Whence should them, When it is evening, ye we have so much bread in say, It will be fair weather: the wilderness, as to fill so for the sky is red. great a multitude ?
3 And in the morning, It will 34 And Jesus saith unto be foul weather to day: for them, How many loaves have the sky is red and lowering. ye? And they said, Seven, O ye hypocrites, ye can disand a few little fishes. cern the face of the sky; but
with me now three days, and The Sadducees came,
can ye not discern the signs but of the doctrine of the of the times?
Pharisees and of the Saddu4 A wicked and adulterous cees. generation seeketh after a 13 When Jesus came into sign; and there shall no sign the coasts of Cesarea Philipbe given unto it, but the sign pi, he asked his disciples, sayof the prophet Jonas. And ing, Whom do men say that he left them, and departed. I, the Son of man, am ?
5 And when his disciples 14 And they said, Some say were come to the other side, that thou art John the Baptist; they had forgotten to take some, Elias; and others, Jerebread.
mias, or one of the prophets. 6 Then Jesus said unto 15 He saith unto them, But them, Take heed and beware whom say ye that I am ? of the leaven of the Pharisees 16 And Simon Peter anand of the Sadducees. swered and said, Thou art 7 And they reasoned among the Christ, the Son of the themselves, saying, It is be- living God. cause we have taken no bread. 17 And Jesus answered and
8 Which when Jesus per- said unto him, Blessed art ceived, he said unto them, o thou, Simon Bar-jona : for ye of little faith, why reason flesh and blood hath not reyeamong yourselves, because vealed it unto thee, but my ỳe have brought no bread ? Father which is in heaven.
9 Do ye not yet understand, 18 And I say also unto thee, neither remember the five That thou art Peter, and upon loaves of the five thousand, this rock I will build my and how many baskets ye church; and the gates of heil took up ?
shall not prevail against it. 10 Neither the seven loaves 19 And I will give unto thee of the four thousand, and the keys of the kingdom of how many baskets ye took heaven: and whatsoever thou
shalt bind on earth shall be 11 How is it that ye do not bound in heaven; and whatunderstand that I spake it not soever thou shalt loose on
you concerning bread, that earth shall be loosed in heavye should beware of the en. leaven of the Pharisees and 20 Then charged he his disof the Sadducees ?
ciples that they should tell no 12 Then understood they man that he was Jesus the how that he bade them not Christ. beware of the leaven of bread, 21 | From that time forth
began Jesus to shew unto his CHAPTER XVII. disciples, how that he must 1 The transfiguration of Christ. 14
He healeth the lunatir, 22 foretelleth go unto Jerusalem, and suffer
his own passion, 24' and payeth many things of the elders and tribute. chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and be raised Again AN Pater six days Jesus the third day.
and John his brother, and 22 Then Peter took him, and bringeth them up into a high began to rebuke him, saying, mountain apart, Be it far from thee, Lord : 2 And was transfigured bethis shall not be unto thee. fore them: and his face did
23 But he turned, and said shine as the sun, and his raiunto Peter, Get thee behind ment was white as the light. me, Satan : thou art an of 3 And, behold, there apfence unto me: for thou sa- peared unto them Moses and vourest not the things that be Elias talking with him. of God, but those that be of 4 Then answered Peter, and
said unto Jesus, Lord, it is 24 | Then said Jesus unto good for us to be here : if his disciples, If any man will thou wilt, let us make here come after me, let him deny three tabernacles ; one for himself, and take up his cross, thee, and one for Moses, and and follow me.
one for Elias. 25 For whosoever will save 5 While he yet spake, behis life shall lose it: and who hold, a bright cloud oversoever will lose his life for my shadowed them: and behold sake shall find it.
à voice out of the cloud, 26 For what is a man profit- which said, This is my beed, if he shall gain the whole loved Son,' in whom I am world, and lose his own soul? well pleased; hear ye him. or what shall a man give in 6 And when the disciples exchange for his soul? heard it, they fell on their
27 For the Son of man shall face, and were sore afraid. come in the glory of his Fa And Jesus came and ther with his angels; and touched them, and said, then he shall reward every Arise, and be not afraid. man according to his works. 8 And when they had lifted 28 Verily I say unto you, up their eyes, they saw no There be some standing here, man, save Jesus only. which shall not taste of 9 And as they came down death, till they see the Son of from the mountain, Jesus man coming in his kingdom. I charged them, saying, Tell