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TO THE DEPARTURE OF JESUS FROM GALILEE.
LUKE IX. Now Herod the tetrarch heard of all that was done by him; and he was perplexed, because that it was
said of some, that John was 8 risen from the dead ; and of some, that Elias had
appeared; and of others, that
one of the old prophets was 9 risen again. And Herod
said ; John have I beheaded; but who is this of whom I hear such things ? And he desired to see him.
JOHN VI. And the apostles, when After these things, Jesus they were returned, told went over the sea of Galilee, him all that they had done ;
which is the sea of Tiberias. and he took them, and went 2 And a great multitude folaside privately into a desert lowed him, because they
place, belonging to the city saw the miracles, which he 11 called Bethsaida. And the did on them that were dispeople, when they knew it, 3 eased.
And Jesus went up followed him. And he re into a mountain, and there ceived them, and spake un he sat with his disciples. to them of the kingdom of 4 And the passover, a feast of
God, and healed them that 5 the jews, was nigh. When 12 had need of healing. And Jesus then lift up his eyes,
when the day began to wear and saw a great company away, then came the twelve, come unto him, he saith unand said unto him ; Send to Philip; Whence shall we
MARK VI. and the time is now past; came unto him, and said ; send the multitude
This is a desert place, and that they may go into the now the time is far passed ;
villages, and buy themselves 36 send them away, that they 16 victuals. But Jesus said may go into the country
unto them ; They need not round about, and into the
depart; give ye them to eat. villages, and buy themselves 17 And they say unto him ; bread; for they have noth
We have here but five 37 ing to eat. He answered 18 loaves, and two fishes. He and said unto them; Give said ; Bring them bither to ye them to eat.
And they And he commanded say unto him ; Shall we go the multitude to sit down on and buy two hundred penthe grass, and took the five nyworth of bread, and give loaves and the two fishes, 38 them to eat ? He saith unto and, looking up to heaven, them; How many loaves he blessed; and brake, have go
And and gave the loaves to his
when they knew, they say ; disciples, and the disciples 39 Five, and two fishes. And 20 to the multitude. And they he commanded them to
did all eat, and were filled ; make all sit down by comand they took up of the panies upon the green grass.
fragments that remained 40 And they sat down in ranks, 21 twelve baskets full. And by hundreds, and by fifties.
they that had eaten were 41 And when he had taken the about five thousand men, five loaves and the two fishbeside women and children. es, he looked up to heaven,
And straightway he con and blessed, and brake the strained his disciples to get loaves, and gave them to his into a ship, and to go before disciples to set before them ; him unto the other side, and the two fishes divided
while he sent the multitudes 42 he among them all. And 23 away.
And when he had they did all eat, and were sent the multitudes away, he 43 filled. And they took up went up into a mountain twelve baskets full of the fragapart to pray.
And when ments, and of the fishes. the evening was come, he 44 And they that did eat of the 24 was there alone. But the loaves were five thousand
ship was now in the midst men. of the sea, tossed with 45
And straightway he conwaves ; for the wind was
strained his disciples to get 25 contrary. And in the fourth into the ship, and to go to the
watch of the night, he went other side before unto Beth
JOHN VI. the multitude away, that buy bread, that these may they may go into the towns 6 eat? (And this he said to and country round about, prove him ; for he himself and lodge, and get victuals; knew, what he would do.)
for we are here in a desert - Philip answered him ; Two 13 place. But he said unto hundred pennyworth of them ; Give
ye them to eat. bread is not sufficient for And they said ; We have them, that every one of them no more but five loaves, and 8 may take a little. One of two fishes, except we should his disciples, Andrew, Si
go and buy meat for all this mon Peter's brother, saith 14 people. For they were 9 unto him ; There is a lad
about five thousand men. here, which hath five barleyAnd he said to his disci loaves, and two small fishes; ples ; Make them sit down
but what are they among so by fifties in a company. 10 many? And Jesus said ; 15 And they did so, and made Make the men sit down. 16 them all sit down. Then he Now there was much grass
took the five loaves, and the in the place. So the men two fishes, and looking up sat down in number about to heaven, he blessed them; 11 five thousand. And Jesus and brake, and gave to the took the loaves, and when
disciples, to set before the he had given thanks, he 17 multitude. And they did distributed to the disciples,
eat, and were all filled ; and and the disciples to them there was taken up of frag that were set down ; and ments that remained to likewise of the fishes, as much them twelve baskets. 12 as they would. When they
were filled, he said unto his disciples; Gather up the
fragments that remain, that 13 nothing be lost. Therefore
they gathered them together, and filled twelve baskets with the fragments of the five barley-loaves, which remained over and above unto them that had eaten. Then those
men, when they had seen the miracle that Jesus did, said ; This is of a truth that proph
et that should come into
MARK VI. unto them walking on the saida, while he sent away 26 sea. And when the disci- 46 the people. And when he
ples saw him walking on had sent them away, he dethe sea, they were troubled, parted into a mountain to saying ; It is a spirit ; and 47 pray.
And when even they cried out for fear. was come, the ship was in 27 But straightway Jesus spake the midst of the
and unto them, saying ; Be of 48 he alone on the land. And
good cheer, it is 1; be not he saw them toiling in row28 afraid. And Peter answer ing; for the wind was con
ed him and said ; Lord, if trary unto them. And about it be thou, bid me come un the fourth watch of the night
to thee the water. he cometh unto them, walk29 And he said; Come. And ing upon the sea ; and
when Peter was come down would have passed by them. out of the ship, he walked 49 But when they saw him
on the water to go to Jesus. walking upon the sea, they 30 But when he saw the wind supposed it had been a
boisterous, he was afraid ; 50 spirit, and cried out. For and beginning to sink, he they all saw him, and were
cried, saying ; Lord, save troubled. And immediate31 me! And immediately Jesus ly he talked with them, and
stretched forth his hand, saith unto them ; Be of and caught him, and said cheer; it is I, be not afraid. unto him; O thou of little 51 And he went up unto them infaith, wherefore didst thou
to the ship ; and the wind 32 doubt?
And when they ceased. And they were sore were come into the ship, the amazed in themselves beyond 33 wind ceased. Then they 52 measure, and wondered. For
that were in the ship came they considered not the mirand worshipped him, say acle of the loaves; for their ing; Of a truth thou art 53 heart was hardened. And the Son of God.
when they had passed over, And when they were gone
they came into the land of over, they came into the
Gennesaret; and drew to 35 land of Gennesaret. And the shore.
when the men of that place 54 And when they were come had knowledge of him, they out of the ship, straightway sent out into all that country 55 they knew him, and ran round about ; and brought through that whole region
unto him all that were dis round about, and began to 36 eased, and besought him carry about in beds those
that they might only touch that were sick, where they
JOHN VI. 15 the world. When Jesus therefore perceived
that they would come, and take him by force, to make him a king, he departed again
mountain himself alone.
And when even was now come, his disciples went 17 down unto the sea. And
they entered into a ship, and went over the sea toward Capernaum. And it
was now dark, and Jesus 18 was not come to them. And
the sea arose by reason of 19 a great wind that blew. So
when they had rowed about five and twenty or thirty furlongs, they see Jesus walking on the sea, and
drawing nigh unto the ship; 20 and they were afraid.
But he saith unto them ; It is I; 21 be not afraid. Then they
willingly received him into the ship ; and immediately the ship was at the land, whither they went.