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The withered hand healed.

CHAP. IV.

The parable of the sower, being grieved for the hardness A. D. 31.A. D. 31. 24 And if a kingilom be divided of their hearts, he saith unto the

against itself, that kingdom can

Or, man, Sureich forth thine hand.

blindness

not stand. And he stretched it out: and his

25 And it an house be divided hand was restored whole as the

against itselt, that house cannot other.

stand. 6 And the Pharisces went forth, Mat. 12

26 And if Satan rise up against and straightway look counsel 14.

hinself, and be divided, he cair with the flerodians against him, c Mat. 22.

not stand, but hath an end. how they might destroy him. 16. • 1s. 49.21. 27 No man can enter into a 7 But Jesus withdrew himself

Mat.12.20 strong man's house, and spoil his with his disciples to the sea : and

goods, except he will first bind a great multitude froin Galilee

the strong man; and then he followed Lim, d and from Judea,

d Lu.6.17

will spoil This house. 8 And from Jerusalein, and from

IP Mat. 12. 28 P Verily I say unto you, All Idumea, and from beyond Jor

31. Lu. 12. sins shall be forgiven unto the din, and they about Tyre and

10. 1 Jo.o.

sons of men, and blasphemies Sidon, a greai multitude, when

10.

where with soever they shall blasthey had heard what great things

pheme : he did, came into inim.

23 But he that shall blaspheme 9 And he spake to his disciples,

against the Holy Ghost hath her. that a sinall'ship should wait on

er forgiveness, but is in danger him, because of the inulutude,

of eternal damnation : lest they should throng him.

31) Because they said, He hath in For he had healed many; in

an unclean spirit. somuch that they ! pressed upon Or. lg Mat. 12. 31 T There came then his him for to touch him, as many as

rushed.

46. Lu. 8. brethren and his mother, and had plagues.

19, standing without, sent unto hin, n Aud unclean spirits, when I ch. 1. 23,

calling him. they saw him, fell down before 34. Lu. 4.

32 And tie multitude sat about him, and cried, saying, I Thou 41.

bim; and they said unto him, Beart the Son of God.

Mat. 14.

hold, thy mother and thy hreth12 And the straitly charged 33. ch. 1.1.

ren without seek for thee. then, that they should not make

sch 1. 2.,

33 And he answered them, say-. him krown.

34.Mat.12.

ing, Who is my mother, or my. 13 h And he goeth up into a 16.

brethren ? mountain, and calleth unto him h Mat. 10.

34 And he looked round about whom he would: and they came 1. Lu.6.12.

on them which sat about him, unto him,

& 9, 1.

and said, Behold, my mother and 14 And he ordained twelve, that

my brethren! they should be with him, and that

35 For whosoever shall do the he might send them forth to

will of God, the same is my bropreach,

ther, and my sister, and mother. 15 And to have power to heal

CHAP. IV. sicknesses, and to cast out devils.

1 The paralle of the sower, 14 and the 16 And Simon i he surnamed John1.42

meaning thereof. 21 We must comPeter.

muricate the light of our knowledge 17 And James the son of Zebe

to others. 26 The parable of the seed dee, and John the brother of

growing secretly, 30 and of the mus. James, (and he surnamed them

tard-seed. 33 Christ stillesh the tenBoanerges, which is, The sons of

pest on the sea. thunder,).

l: Mat. 13. AND.. he began again to teach 18 And Andrew, and Philip, and

1. Lu.8. 4. by the sea-side and there Bartholomew, and Matthew, and

was gathered into him a great Thomas, and James the son of

inultitude, so that he entered into Alpheus, and Thaddeus, and Si

a ship, and sat in the sea, and mon the Canaanite,

the whole multitude was by the 19 And Judas Iscariot, which

sea, on the land. also betrayed him: and they went

2 And he taught them many into an house.

! Or,

i eh.12.38. things by parables, band said 20 And the multitude cometh home.

unto them in his doctrine, together again, so that they ch. 6. 31.

3 Ilearken; Behold, there went could not so much as eat bread.

out a sower to sow. 21 And when his friends heard ! Or,

4 And it came to pass as he sow of it, they went out to lay hold kinsmen.

ed, some fell by the way-side, and on him: Ifor they said, He is be- John 7.5.

the fowls of the air caine and deside himself.

& 10. 20.

voured it up 22 | And the scribes which

5 And some fell on stony ground. came down from Jerusalem, said,

where it had not much earth m He hath Beelzebub, and by the

m Mat. 9.

and iminediately it sprang up

34.& 10.25. prince of the devils casteth he

Lu. 11. 15.

because it had no depth of ont devils.

John 7. 20.

earth: 23 * And be called them unto & 8.48, 52.

6 But when the sun was up, it him, and said unto them in par- & 10. 22.

was scorched; and because it has ables, How can Satan cast out *Mat. 12

no root, it withered a way. out Satan?

7 And some fell among thorns,

The parable of the sower.

S. MARK.

Christ stilleth a tempesta and the thorns grew up, and A. D. 31. A. D. 31. 25 * For he that hath, to him choked it, and it yielded no fruit.

shall be given: and he that hath 8 And other fell on good ground,

n Mat. 13.
12.&25.29.

not, from him shall be taken even é and did yield fruit that sprang

John 15. Lu.8.18.&

that which he hath. up, and increased, and brought 5. Col. 1.6. 19. 26. 26 T And he said, So is the forth, some thirty, and some sixty,

Mat. 13. kingdom of God, as if a

man and some an hundred.

should cast seed into the ground;

24. 9 And he said uir.to them, He

?? And should sleep, and rise that hath ears to hear, let him

night and day, and the seed hear.

should spring and grow up, he 10 & And when he was alone, d Mat. 13.

knoweth not how. they that were about him, with the 10. Lu.8.9,

28 For the earth bringeth forth twelve, asked of him the parable. &c.

fruit of herself; first the blade, 11 And he said unto them, Unto

then the ear, after that the full you it is given to know the mys

corn in the ear. tery of the kingdom of God: but

Or, ripe. 29 But when the fruit is brought mnto e them that are without, all

e 1Co.5.12.

p Re.14.15. forth, immediately phe prieth in these things are done in parables: Col. 4,5 1

the sickle, because the harvest is 12 y That seeing they may see,

Th. 4.12.1

come.

Ti. 3. 7. and not perceive; and hearing

9 Mat. 13. 39 | And he said, Whereunto they may hear, and not under

f Is. 6. 9. 31. Lu. 13. shall" we liken the kingdom of

Mat.13.11. 18. Ac. 2. stand; lest at any time they

God? or with what comparison should be converted, and their John12.40. 6.14. & 19.

Lu. 8. 10. 41.&1.4.&

shall we compare it? sins should be forgiven them. Ac. 28. 26. 20.

31 It is like a grain of mustar13 And he said unto them, Know ko, 11. 8.

seed, which, when it is sown in ye not this parable! and how

the earth, is less than all the seeds then will ye kuow all parables?

that be in the earth: 14 & The sower soweth the & Mat. 13.

32 But when it is town, it growword.

19.

eth up, and becometh greater 15 And these are they by the

than all herbs, and shooteth out way-side, where the word is

great branches, so that the fowls $U Wn; but when they have heard,

of the air may lodge under the Satan cometh immediately, and

shadow of it. taketh away the word that was

- Mat. 13. 33 And with many such parasow in their hearts.

34.John 16.

bles spake he the word unto them,

12. 16 And these are they likewise

as they were able to hear it. which are sown on stony ground;

34 But without a parable spake who, when they have heard the

he not unto them: and when they word, immediately receive it with

were alone, he expounded all gladness

things to his disciples. 17 And have no root in them

Mat 8.18, 35 And the same day, when the selves, and so endure but for a

23. Lu. 8. even was come, he saith unto time : afterward, when affliction

22.

them, Let us pass over unto the or persecution ariseth for the

other side. word's sake, immediately they

36 And when they had sent are offended.

away the multitude, they took 18 And these are they which are

him even as he was in the ship. sown among thorns, such as hear

And there were also with him the word,

other little ships. 19 And the cares of this world,

37 And there arose a great storm A and the deceitfulness of riches, R 1Ti. 6. 9,

of wind, and the waves beat into and the lusts of other things en

17.

the ship, so that it was now tering in, choke the word, and it

full. becometh unfruitful.

38 And he was in the hinder part 20 And these are they which are

of the ship, asleep on a pillow sown on good ground; such as

and they awake him, and say hear the word, and receive it, and

unto him, Master, carest thou not bring forth fruit, some thirty-fold,

that we perish ? some sixty, and some an hun

39 And he arose, and rebuked dred.

i Mat.5.15.

the wind, and said unto the sea, 21 Ti And he said unto them, Is Lu.8.16.&

Peace, be still. And the wind a candle brought to be put under 11. 33.

ceased, and there was a great a bushel, or under a bed ? and The

calm. hint to be set on a candlestick ? word in

40 And he said unto them, Why which shall not be manifested; heth a less 22 . For there is nothing bid, the orig.:

are ye so fearful? how is it that

ye have no faith? neither was any thing kept se measure,

41 And they feared exceedingcret, but that it should come as Mat. 6.

ly, and said one to another, What abroad.

15.

manner of man is this, that ever 23 ? If any man have ears to A Mat. 10.

the wind and the sea obey him? hear, let him hear.

28. Lu. 12.

CHAP. V. 24 Aud he said unto them, Take 2.

1 Christ delivering the possessed of the heed what ye hear: m With what 1 Mat. 11.

legion of devils, 13 they enter into the measure ye mete, it shall be 15. ver. 9.

swine. 25 He healeth the woman of measured to you: and unto you m Mat.7.2.

the bloody issue, 35 and raiseth from that hear, shall more be given. Lu. 6. 38.

death Jairus his daughter,

Christ casteth out devils.

CHAP. V.

* The bloody issuie healed. ND a they came over unto the A. D. 31. A. D. 31. for thee, and hath had compas

sion on thee.

85 country of the Gadarenes.

+ Maf. 8.

20 And he departed, and began 2 And when he was come out of

2. Lu.

to publish in Decapolis how great the ship, immediately there met

things Jesus had done for hum. him out of the tombs a man with

And all men did marvel. an unclean spirit,

d Mat. 9.1. 21 d And when Jesus was pass3 Who had his dwelling among

Lu. 8. 40. ed over again by ship unto the the tombs; and no man could

other side, much people gathered bind him, no, not with chains :

unto him: and he was nigh unto 4 Because that he had been often

the sea. bound with letters and chains,

e Mat.9.18. 22 e And behold, there cometh and the chains had been plucked

Lu.8. 41. one of the rulers of the synaasunder by him, and the fetters

gogue, Jairus by name, and when broken in pieces: neither could

he saw him, he fell at his feet, any man tame him.

23 And besought him greatly 5 And always, night and day,

saying, My little daughter lietki he was in the mountains, and in

at the point of death: I pray the tombs, crying, and

thee, come and lay thy hands on himself with stones.

her, that she may be healed; and 6 But when he saw Jesus afar

she shall live. oil, he ran and worshipped him,

24 And Jesus went with him; 7 And cried with a loud voice,

and much people followed him, and said, What have I to do with

and thronged him. mutta se thee, Jesus, thou Son of the Most

fLe.15 25. 25 And a certain woman f which High God i I adjure thee by God,

Mat. 9. 20. had an issue of blood twelve that thou torment me not.

years, we ut 97 8 (For he said unto him, Come

26 And had suffered many things out of the man, thou unclean

of many physicians, and had

spent all that she had, and was 29 And he asked him, What is

nothing bettered, but rather grew tliy name? And he answered,

worse, saying, My name is Legion; for

27 When she had heard of Je. we are many.

sus, came in the press behind, 10 And he besought him much

and touched his garment. that he would not send them

28 For she said, If I may touch a way out of the country.

but his clothes, I shall be whole. 11 Now there was there high

29 And straightway the fountain unto the mountains a great herd

of her blood was dried up; and of swine feeding.

she felt in her body that she was 12 And all the devils besought

healed of that plague. him, saying, Send us into the

30 And Jesus, immediately swine, that we may enter into

Lu. 6.19. knowing in himself that & virtue them.

& 8. 46. had gone out of him, turned him 113 And forth with Jesus gave

about in the press, and said, them leave. And the unclean

Who touched my clothes ? spirits went out, and entered into

31 And his disciples said unto the swine: and the herd ran vio

him, Thou seest the multitude lently down a steep place into

thronging thee, and sayest thou, the sea, (they were about two

Who touched me? thousand,) and were choked in

32 And he looked round about the sea.

to see her that had done this 14 And they that fed the swine

thing. fled, and told it in the city, and

33 But the woman, fearing and in the country. And they went

trembling, knowing what was out to see what it was that was

done in her, came and fell down done.

before him, and told him all the 15 And they come to Jesus, and

truth. see him that was possessed with

34 And he said unto her, Daughthe devil, and had the legion, sit

h Mat. 9. ter, thy faith bath made thee ting, and clothed, and in his right

22. ch. 10. whole; go in peace, and be whole mind, and they were afraid.

52. Ac. 14.

of thy plague. 16 And they that saw it told

9.

35 i While he yet spake, there them how it befell to him that

i Lu. 8. 49. came from the ruler of the sypawas possessed with the devil,

gogue's house certain which said, and also concerning the swine.

Thy daughter is dead: why 17 And b they began to pray Mat.8.34.

troublest thou the Master any him to depart out of their coasts. Ac. 16. 39,

further ? JE 18 And when he was come into

36 As soon as Jesus heard the the ship, c he that had been pos- c Lu.8.38.

word that was spoken, he saith sessed with the devil prayed him

unto the ruler of the synagogue, that he might be with him.

Be not afraid, only believe. 19 Howbeit Jesus suffered him

37 And he suffered no man to not, but saith unto him, Go home

follow him, save Peter, and to thy friends, and tell them how

James, and John the brother of great things the Lord hath done

James. O

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1 The

Jairus' drughter restored to life. S. MARK:

Christ sendeth out the twelve. 38 And he cometh to the house A.D. 31.) A. D. 31. journey, save a staff only; no of the ruler of the synagogue,

scrip, no bread, no I money in and seeth the tumult, and them

word sig.

their purse: that wept and wailed greatly.

nifieth a

9 But # be shod with sandais; 39 And when he was come in,

piece of and not put on two coats. he saith unto them, Why make

brass mon 10 1 And he said unto them, la ve this ado, and weep ? the dam

ey, in valus what place soever ye enter into an sel is not dead, but sleepeth. k John 11. somewhat house, there abide till ye depart 40 And they laughed him to

11.

less than a from that place. scorn. But when he had put 1 Ac. 9. 10. Mat. 10. 9. receive you, nor hear you, when

farthing, 11 m And whosoe ver shall nnt them all out, he taketh the father

but here it and the mother of the damsel,

is taken in

ye de part thence, n shake off the and them that were with him,

general dust under your feet, for a testiund entereth in where the damsel

for money, mony against them. Verily I was lying.

Lu. 9. S. say unto you, It shall be more 41 And he took the damsel by

* Ac. 12.8.

tolerable for Sodom and Gothe hand, and said unto her,

1. Mat. 10. morrah in the day of judgment, Talitha-cumi: which is, being

11. Lu.9.1.

than for that city. interpreted, Damsel, (I say unto

& 10. 7,8. 12 And they went out, and thee) arise.

m Mat. 10. preached that men should re42 And straightway the damsel

14. Lu. 10. pent. arose, and walked; for she was

10.

13 And they cast out many devof the age of twelve years. And

ne Ac. 13. ils, and anointed with oil many they were astonished with a great

51. & 18.6. that were sick, and healed them. astonishment.

t Gr. of

14 p And king Herod heard of 43 And m he charged them m Mat.8.4.

him, (for bis name was spread straitly that no man should know & 9. 30. & Ja. 5. 14. abroad,) and he said, That John it; and commanded that some

12.10.& 17. p Mat. 14. the Baptist was risen from the thing should be given her to eat.

9. ch.3.12. 1. Lu, 9. 7. dead, and therefore mighty works

Lu. 6. 14.
CHAP. VI.

do shew forth themselves in him. 1 Christ is contemned of his countrymen.

9 Mat. 16. 15 4 Others said, That it is Elias, 7 He giveth the twelve power over un.

i4.ch.8.28. And others said, That it is a clean spirits. 14 Divers opinions of

prophet, or as one of the pro. Christ. 18 John Baptist is beheaded,

phets. 20 and buried. 80 The apostles re

Mat.14.2. 16 But when Herod heard turn from preaching. 34 The mira

Lu. 3. 19. cle of five loaves and two fishes. 45

therens, he said, It is John, whoin Christ walketk on the sea : 63 and

I beheaded : he is risen from the healeth all that touch him.

dead. AND he went out from thence,

a Mat, 13. A. D. 30. 17 For Herod himself had sent 64. Lu. 4.

forth and laid hold upon Jolm, try; and his disciples follow him. 16.

and bound him in prison for lle* And when the sabbath-day

rodias' sake, his brother Philip's was come, he began to teach in

wife : for he bad married her. the synagogue : and many hear

18 For John had said unto Hering him were astonished, saying,

s Le.18.16. od, It is not lawful for thee to b From whence hath this man 0 John 6. & 20. 21. have thy brother's wife. these things and what wisdom 42.

A Or, 19 Therefore Ilerodias had la is this which is given unto him,

an inward quarrel against him, and would that even such mighty works are

grudge. have killed him; but she could wrought by his hands?

not: 3 is not this the carpenter, the

1 Mat.14.5. 20 For Herod feared John, son of Mary, cthe brother of c See Mat. & 21. 6. kuowing that he was a just man James, and Joses, and of Juda, 12. 46. Ga.

| Or, and an holy, and I observed tim: and Simou ? and are not his sis- 1. 19.

kept him, and when he heard him, he did ters here with us? And they d Mat. 11. or, saved many things, and heard bin dwere offended at him.

6.
him.

gladly. 4 But Jesus said unto them, A

e Mat. 13. A. D. 32.

21 And when a convenient prophet is not without honour, 57. John 4. u Mat. 14. day was come, that Herod ton but in his owu country, and 44. 6.

his birth-day made a supper to among his own kin, and in his

his lords, high captains, and

Ge.40.20. own house.

chief estates of Galilee; 5 And he could do there no f See Ge.

22 And when the daughter of mighty work, save that he laid 19.22.&32.

the said Herodias came in, and his hands upon a few sick folk, 25. Mat.13.

danced, and pleased Herod, and and healed them.

58.ch.9.23.

them that sat with him, the king 6 And & he marvelled because of & Is. 59.16.

said unto the damsel, Ask of me their unbeliet. And he went

h Mat. 9.

whatsoever thou will, and I wili round about the villages teach- 35. Lu. 13.

give it thee. ing.

22.

23 And he sware unto her, 7 | i And he called unto him i Mat.10.1. Es.5.3, 6. y Whatsoever thou shalt ask of the twelve, and began to send

me, I will give it thee, unto the them forth by two and two; and

Lu, 9.1.

balf of my kingdom. gave them power over unclean

24 And she went furth, and said spirits;

unto her mother, What shall 1 8 Aod commanded them that

ask? And she said, The head of they should take nothing for their

John the Baptist.

ch.3.13,14. 7. 2.

} .n the Baptist beheaded.

CIAP. PH. . And she came in straight A. D. 32. A. D. 32 Wys with haste unto the king, air asked, saying, I will that thou give me, by and by, in a charger, the head of John the Baptist.

26 • And the king was exceed * Mat. 14. ing sorry; yet for his oath's sake, 9. and for their sakes which sat with him, he would not reject her. 27 And immediately the king

1 Mat. 14. sept | an executioner, and com 1 Or, 22. John 6. manded his head to be brought : one of his 17. and he went and beheaded him Guard.

N Or, over in the prison;

against 23. And brought his head in a

Bethsaida. charger, and gave it to the damsel; and the damsel gave it to her mother,

m Mat. 14. 29 And when his disciples heard

23. John 6. of it, they came and took up his

16, 17, corpse, and laid it in a tomb.

30* And the apostles gathered a Lu. 9.10. themselves together unto Jesus, and told him all things, both what they had done, and what they had tanght.

in See Lu. 31' And he said unto them, 6 Mat. 11. 24. 28. Come ye yourselves apart into a

13. desert place, and resi a while: fore there were many coming and

ch. 3... going, and they had no leisure so minch as to eat. 32 . And they departed into a

d Mat. 14. desert place by ship privately.

13. 33 And the people saw them departing, and many knew him, and ran afoot thither out of all cities, and out went them, and came together unto him.

34 • Aud Jesus, when he came . Mat. 9. oui, saw much people, and was 36.& 14.14. moved with compassion toward

lo ch. 8. 17, them, because they were as sheep

18. not having a shepherd : and She f La.9.11.

p ch.3.5.& began to teach them many things.

16. 14. 35. And when the day was now

& Mat. 14. far spent, his disciples came unto

15. Lu. 9. 9 Mat. 14. 12.

34. him, and said, This is a desert piace, and now the time is far passed : 36 Send them away, that they may go into the country round about, and into the villages, and buy themselves bread: for they have nothing to eat.

37 He answered and said unto them, Give ye them to eat. And they say unto him, "Shall we go

A Nu, 11. and buy two hundred penny- 13, 22. 2Ki. worth of bread, and give them to

4. 43.

Mat. 9. eat ?

The Ro

20.ch.5.27 38 lle saith unto them, How

man pen- 28. Ac. 19. many loaves have ye l go and ny is seven 12. see. And when they knew, they halfpenny; 1 Or, it. say, i Five, and two fishes.

as Mat.18. 39 And he commanded them to make all sit down by companies i Mat. 14. upon the green grass.

17. Lu. 9. 40 And they sat down in ranks, 13. John 8. by hundreds, and by fifties. 9.See Mat. 4) And when he had taken the

15.34.ch.8. five loaves, and the two fishes, he looked up to heaven, * and bless- 1 18a.9.13. ed, and brake the loaves, and gave

Mat.28.28.

Christ walketh on the sea. them to his disciples to set before them; and the two fisi.es divided he among them all.

42 And they did all eat, and were filled.

43 And they took up twelve baskets full of the fragments, and of the fishes.

44 And they that did eat of the loaves, were about five thousand men. 45! And straightway he constrained his disciples to get into the ship, and to go to the other side before I unto Bethsaida, while he sent away the people.

46 And when he had sent them away, he departed into a anountain to pray.

47 m And when even was come, the ship was in the midst of the sea, and he alone on the land.

48 And he saw them toiling in rowing; for the wind was con trary unto them; and about the fourth watch of the night he cometh unto them, walking upon the sea, and n would have passed by tbem.

49 But when they saw him walking upon the sea, they supposed it had been a spirit, and cried out.

50 (For they all saw him, and were troubled.) And immediately he talked with them, and saith uuto them, Be of good cheer: it is I; be not afraid. 51 And he went up unto them into the ship; and the wind ceased: and they were sore amazed in themselves beyond measure, and woudered.

52 For they considered not the miracle of the loaves; for their pheart was hardened. 53 4 And when they had passed over, they came into the land of Gennesaret, and drew to the shore.

54 And when they were come out of the ship, straightway they knew him,

55 And ran through that whole region round about, and began to carry about in beds those that were sick, where they heard he was.

56 And whithersoever he entered, into villages, or cities, or country, they laid the sick in the streets, and besought him that they might touch, if it were but the border of his garment and as many as touched him, were made whole.

CHAP. VII. 1 The Pharisees find fault at the dis.

ciples for eating with unwashen hands. 8 They break the command. ment of God by the traditions of men. 14 Meat defileth not the man. 24 He healeth the Syrophenician woman's daughter of an unclean spirit, 31 and one that was deaf, and sianmerel in his speech

5.

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