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13 And Jesus said
13. Then sending back unto the centurion, the Messengers to the Centhou haft believed,lo turion, he bad them fay be it done unto thee. thus to him ; as you have And his servant was believed, so is it done to healed in the self
you. And his Servant was same hour.
found to be healed at that
14 And when Je 14. & After this, Jesus fus was come into Pe- retired froin the multitude, ter's house, he saw and went into Peter's House his wives mother laid
and there he found Peter's and fick of a fever.
Wives Mother lying upon
the Bed, sick of a Fever. 15 And he touch 15. And he took her by the ed her hand, and the Hand and helped her up; and fever left her : and the Fever was immediately The arose and miniftred unto them.
cured so entirely, that her Strength returned to her, and the made Provision for them, and they sat down to Meat, and the served
them. 16 ( When the e
16. But as soon as the ven was come, they Evening was come, and the brought unto him
Sabbath past, the Multitude many that were posfeffed with devils : gathered together again aand he cast out the bout Jesus, and they brought spirits with his word, to him diseased and possessed and icd all that Persons; and he cast out the were fick :
evil Spirits, and healed all their Diseases with a word.
17. So that not only by 17. That it might his suffering in our ftead up be fulfilled which was on the Cross, but even in this spoken by Efaias the
prophet,saying, HimSense also, by his curing felf took our infirmiMens Diseases, was fulfilled ties, and bare our
sicknesses. that Prophecy of Efaias ; He took our infirmities, and bare our ficknesses, Isa. 53. 4. 18. ( Another time, Je
18. Now when sus being pressed with a Jesus saw great mulgreat multitude of People, titudes about him, commanded his Disciples to
he gave command
ment to depart unto get ready a Boat to carry the other side. him over the Lake. 19. Which while they
19. And a certain were doing, a certain Do- scribe came, and said ctor of the Law, who ima. unto him, Mafter, I
will follow thee whigined that Jesus would short, therfoever thou goly come to great Glory and eft. Power , faith unto him Lord, I will be your Follower, and go along with you whithersoever you go. 20. But Jesus answered
20. And Jesus him : If you hope to find faith unto him, The
foxes have holesand splendid Entertainments with
the birds of the Air me, you are much mista. have nests; but the ken; For I am so far from Son of Man hath not that, that I have not so where to lay his
head. much as a Houfe wherein to lodge my self.
21 And another 21. Another, who had of his disciples faid already followed Jesus and unto him, Lord, suffer me first to go and
was his Disciple, said unto bury my father, him: Lord, I will continue
to be your Disciple and Fol-
Family and Eltate. 22 But Jesus faid
22. But Jesus answered unto him, Follow me,
him: you have forsaken all and let the dead bu- your earthly Relations and ry their dead.
Fortunes,to become a Preacher of Righteousness , and if your Heart look back to a. ny of those temporal Things, you are not worthy of this sacred Ministry. No; Do you continue to follow me ; and let others, who have not taken upon them this holy Office, take care to bury
their own Dead. 23 ¢ And when
By this time the be was entred intu Disciples had provided Je. a ship, his disciples sus a Boat, and he went infollowed him.
to it together with his Dif
ciples. 24 And behold, 24.
And as they were there arose a great rowing over the Lake, a tempeft in the fea, great storm of Wind arose, infumuch that the
so that the Water grew ship was covered
rough, and the Billows beat with the waves : but into the Boat. But Jesus
he was alleep. himself was asleep.
25. And the Lisciples ran 25. And his difcito him in a great tright, ples came to him, and waked him, saying ; ing, Lord, fave us : Lord, help us, we are just we perish. sinking
26. But Jesus designing 26 And he faith to inure them to bear all unto them, Why are hardships couragiously and ye fearful, o ye of
little faith? Then without fear, answered : 0 he arose, and reye
fearful and distrustful buked the winds and Men! Have ye thus long
the sea, and there
was a great calm ? heard my Doctrine and seen my Miracles, and dare ye not yet trust your selves to the Providence of God ? However, he rose up, and commanded the winds to cease, and the Waters of the Lake to be still; and there was suddenly a very great Calm. 27. At which both the
27 But the men Men of the Boat, and the marvelled, saying,
What Disciples themselves were
man is this, that eexceedingly surprized, say ven the winds and ing, How great is this Man? the sea obey him! and how extraordinary is his Power ? that even the Winds and the Waters obey him.
28 ( And
28 | And when 28. Now when Jesus he was come to the had crossed the Lake, and other fide, into the country of the Ger
was landed on the other gesenes, there met fide in the Country of the >him two possessed Gergefenes, there met him with devils, coming two possessed Men, which ceeding fierce, To used to wander in delart that no man might Places, and pass by that way. Tombs, and were so ex
ceeding strong that they could not be bound with any Chains, and so fierce that no Man durft pass that way for fear of them These Men by the especial Providence of God, met Je
sus at his landing. 29 And behold, 29. At the light of whom, they cried ont, say the Devils which possessed ing, What have we to do with thee, Je
the Men, knowing and besus thou Son of God? ing terrified at his Divine art thou come hither Power and Vertue, cried to torment us before
out immediately; Wherethe time?
fore, thou Son of the most High God, art thou come to torment us ,
be fore the Time appointed by God for our final Judg.
ment ? 30 And there was
30. Now there was at a a good way off from them an herd of ma
distance a great Herd of ny swine, feeding.