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people than torments, CHAP. 5.) 18 For and earth pass, mis

Christ beginneth his

MATTHEW, V.

sermon in the mount. 24 And his fame went throughout A. D. 31. | 17 | Think not that I am come to all Syria : and they brought unto

destroy the law, or ther prohim all sick people that were takent Lu.6.17. 19. phets: I am not come to destroy, with divers diseases and torments,

but to s fulfil. and those which were possessed (CHAP. 5.) 18 For verily I say unto you, Til with devils, and those which were a Lu.6.20,&c. lunatic, and those that had the

one tittle t shall in no wise pass palsy; and he healed them.

b Is.57.15. from the law, till all be fulfilled. 25 And there followed him great

66.2.

19 Whosoever therefore shall multitudes t of people from Galilee, c Ja.2.5. break one of these least commandand from Decapolis, and from Jeru-la TB12 ments, and shall teach men so, he salem, and from Judea, and from Eze. 7.16.

shall be called the least in the kingbeyond Jordan.

dom of heaven: but whosoever

e Jno.16.20. CHAPTER V.

shall do and teach them, the same

2Co. 1.7. 3 Who are blessed. 13 The Apostles

shall be called great u in the kingthe salt of the earth, and light of Ps.37. dom of heaven. the world.

g Ps. 145. 19. 20 For I say unto you, That except AND seeing the multitudes, he Is. 65. 13. your righteousness shall exceed v 1 wert up into a mountain: and h Ps.41.1.2.

the righteousness of the scribes and when he was set, his disciples came i P9.24.3,4.

Pharisees, ye shall in no case enter unto him:

into the kingdom of heaven.

He. 12. 14. 2 And he opened his mouth, and 1Jno.32,3.

21 Ye have heard that it was taught them, saying,a

said 3 by them of old time, w Thou 3 Blessed are the poor b in spirit:c

in spirit.ck Ps.34. 14. shalt not kill; and whosoever shall for their's is the kingdom of hea- 1 I Pe.3.13, 14. kill shall be in danger of the judge ven.

1 lying.

ment: 4 Blessed are they that mourn :d

22 But I say unto you, That whofor they shall be conforted.e

" m 2C0.4.17.

soever is angry with his brother 5 Blessed are the meek: for they f In Mar.9.50. without a cause x shall be in danshall inherit the earth.

o Phi.2.15,

ger of the judgment: and whose 6 Blessed are they which do hun

2 The word,

ever shall say to his brother, 4 Rara, ger and thirst after righteousness:

in the ori

shall be in danger of the council: for g they shall be filled.

but whosoever shall say, Thon food,

ginal, sig. 7 Blessed are the merciful: for h pifieth a

shall be in danger of heil fire. they shall obtain mercy.

| 23 Therefore if thou bring thy 8 Blessed are the pure in i heart: containing gift y to the altar, and there refor they shall see God.

about a memberest that thy brother hath 9 Blessed are the k peacemakers: pint less ought against thee; for they shall be called the children than a peck 24 Leave there thy gift before the of God.

p 1 Pe.2. 12. altar, and go thy way; first be re10 Blessed are they which are

conciled to thy brother, and then persecuted for righteousness'sake: la ch.3.15.

come and offer thy gift. for their's is the kingdom of hear Is.42.21.

25 Agree with thine adversary ven.

quickly, whiles thou art in the way

s Ps.40.6.8. 11 Blessed are ye, when men shall

with hin; lest at any time the adrevile you, and persecute you, and

t Lu. 16.17.

versary deliver thee z to the judge, shall say all manner of evil against u Sa. 2.30. and the judge deliver thee to the you I falsely, for my sake.

v ch.23.23-28. officer, and thou be cast into prison. - 12 Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: Phi.3.9. 26 Verily I say unto thee, Thou for great is your reward m m hea- 3 or, to them. shalt by no means come out thence ven: for so persecuted they the w Ex.20. 13. till thou hast paid the ultermost prophets which were before you. De.5. 17.

farthing 13 Ye are the salt n of the earth: IJn0.3.5.

27 T Ye have heard that it was but if the salt have lost its savour, : have lost its savour. 4 i.e. vain

said by them of old time, Thou wherewith shall it be salted ? it is

shalt not commit adultery :

fellow, thenceforth good for nothing, but

2.ja.6.20.

28 But I say unto you, That whoto be cast out, and to be trodden

soever looketh a on a woman to lust under foot of men.

y De, 16.16,

after her hath committed adultery

17. 14 Ye are the light o of the world.

with her already in his heart.

z Pr.25.8. A city that is set on an hill cannot?

| 29 And if thy right eye 5 oflend be hid.

1.00,58 thee, pluck it out, and cast it from 15 Neither do men light a candle, a Job 31.1. thee: for it is profitable for thee and put it under a 2 bushel, but on Fr.6. 25.

that one of thy members should a candie-stick; and it giveth light or, do cause perish, and not ihat thy whole body unto all that are in the house.

The to

should be cast into hell. 16 Let your light so shine before offend. 30 And if thy right hand offend men, that they may see your good b Ro.8.13. thee, cut it off, and cast it inom works, and glorify p your Father Co.9.27. thee: for it is profitable for thee which is in heaven.

that one of thy members should

y his wifeand a celo 19.09.. TAKE heed that

Christ continueth his
MATTHEW, VI.

sermon in the mount. perish, and not that thy whole body! A. D. 31.

CHAPTER VI. should be cast into hell.

- 1 Of alms, 5 prayer, 14 forgiveness. 31 It hath been said, Whosoever c De.24.1. 19 Our treasure. 24 Of God and shall put away his wife. let him Je.3.1.

mammon. give her a writing of divorcement:c! Mar,

Mar, 10.2-9. TVAKE heed that ye do not your 32 But I say unto you, That who- d ch.19.9. 111 alms before men, to be seen soever shall put away his wife, d ICo.7.10,11. of them: otherwise ye have no resaving for the cause of fornication, le Le. 19.12. ward 2 of your Father which is in causeth her to commit adultery: aud! Nu.30.2.

heaven. whosoever shall marry her that is De 23.23. 2 Therefore when thou doest thine divorced committeth adultery. f ch.23. 16-22. alms, 3 do not sound a trumpet be

33 Again, ye have heard that it Ja.5.12. fore thee, as the hypocrites do in hath been said by them of old time, & Re.21.2, 10. the synagogues and in the streets,

Thou shalt not forswear thyself, eh Ja.5.12. that they may have glory of men. but shalt perform unto the Lord i Ex.21.24. Verily I say unto you, They have thine oaths :

A Pr.20.22.

their reward. 34 But I say unto you, Swear not 94 293 But when thou doest alms. let at all ; f neither by heaven; for it is Ro.12.17.19 not thy left hand know what thy God's throne:

right hand doeth: 35 Nor by the earth; for it is his

1 Is.50.6.

4 That thine alms may be in secret: footstool : neither by Jerusalem ;

m De. 15.7,11.

and thy Father which seeth in for it is g the city of the great n De.2

at in De.23.6. secret, himself shall reward a thee King.

o Ro, 12.14,20. openly. 36 Neither shalt thou swear by p Lu.23.24. 159 And when thou prayest, thou thy head, because thou canst not Ac.7.60. shalt not be as the hypocrites are: make one hair white or black. Job 25.3.

for they love to pray standing in the 37 But let your communication be,

synagogues and in the corners of Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for whatso

De, 18.13.
Lu.6.36,40.

the streets, that they may be seen ever is more than these, cometh of

Col.1.28. 1

of men. Verily I say unto you, evil.h

They have their reward.b 38 Ye have heard that it hath

6 But thou, when thou prayest, been said, An i eye for an eye, and (CHAP. 6.) enter into thy closet, and, when a tooth for a tooth:

1 or, right thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy 39 But I say unto you, k That ye cousness. Father which is in secret; and thy resist not evil : but whosoever Ps. 112.9. Father, which seeth in seeret, c shall smite theel on thy right 2 or, with. shall reward thee openly. cheek, turn to him the other also. 3 or, cause 7 But when ye pray

40 And if any man will sue thee at not a trum- repetitions, d as the heathen do: the law, and take away thy coat, pet to be for they think that they shall be let him have thy cloak also.

sounded. heard for e their much speaking. 41 And whosoever shall compella Lu.8.17. 18 Be not ye therefore like unto thee to go a mile, go with him

them for your Father knoweth f twain.

b Pr. 16.5. what things ye have need of, before 42 Give to him that asketh thee, Ja.4.6. ye ask him. and from him that would borrow c Ps. 34.15. 9 After this manner therefore pray of thee turn not thou m away. Is.65.24. ye : Our g Father h which art in i

43 Ye have heard that it hath d Ec.5.2. heaven, hallowed be k thy name. been said, n Thou shalt love thye IK1.18.26. | 10 Thy kingdoml come. Thy will neighbour, and hate thine enemy: Lu. 12.30. be done in earth, m as it is in hea44 But I say unto you, Love o your

Jno. 16.23

ven. enemies, bless them that curse you,

27. Lu. 11.2.

7. 11 Give us this day our n daily do good to them that hate you, and ate you, and h Ro.8.15.

bread. pray p for them which despitefully Ps.115.3.

12 And forgive us our debts, o as use you, and persecute you ;

k Ps. 111.9. we forgive our debtors. 45 That ye may be the children of

139.20.

| 13 And lead us not into p temptayour Father which is in heaven; 1 ch.16.28. tion, but deliver us 9 from evil: for for he maketh his sun to rise gonRe. 11. 15. thiner is the kingdom, and the the evil and on the good, and send-m Ps. 103.20, power, and the glory, for ever. eth rain on the just and on the un

21. Amen. just.

14 For if ye forgive men their 46 For it ye love them which Love Is.33.16. trespasses von heavenly Fathe you what reward have do not o ch.18.21-35. will also forgive you

Lu.7.40-48. even the publicans themel

15 But if yo forgive not men their 47 And if ye saluta

p ch.26.41.
t hren Lu.22.40.46.

16. trespasses neither will your Father only, what do yo m

e ro 1715 forgive you uspasses. do not even the public

Re.5.12.13.16 More when ye fast, be not, 48 Be ye therefore

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God's providence.

MATTHEW, VII. Rash judgment reproved. ment to fast. Verily I say unto A. D. 31. 33 But seek ye first c the kingdom you, They have their reward.

of God, and his righteousness; and 17 But thou, when thou fastest, Is. 58.3.5. all these things shall be added 4 inoint thine head, and wash thy

unto you. face;

u Pr.23.4. 1 34 Take therefore no thought for 18 That thou appear not unto men thou appear not unto men

Lu. 18.24,
2

the morrow: for the morrow shall

5. to fast, but unto thy father which

• take thought for the things of it. is in secret ; and thy Father which

He.13.5.

selt.e Sufficient unto the day is the Seeth in secret shall reward thee I v s.33.6. evil thereof. openly.

Lu.12.33,

CHAPTER VII. 19 9 Lay not up for yourselves

34. 1 Christ, ending his sermon on the treasures upon u earth, where mothl IT1.6.19. mount, reproveth rash judgment, 6 and rust doth corrupt, and where!, L. u. forbiddeth to cast hoiy thangs to theves break through and steal:

dogs, 7 exhorteth to prayer, 13 to 20 But lay up for yourselves trea

enter in at the strait gate, ete. sures in v heaven, where neither Lu. 16. 13. TUDGE a not, that ye be not moth nor rust doth corrupt, and,

judged.

y Ga. 1.10. where thieves do not break through 2Ti.4.10.

2 For with what jndgment ye nor steal :

Ja.4.4.

judge, ye shall be judged: and 21 For where your treasure is,

with what measure ye mete, o it there will your heart be also. z 1Co.7.32. shall be measured to you again. 22 The light of the body is the Phi.4.6.

3 And why beholdest thou the eye: w if therefore thine eye be a Job 38.41.

mote that is in thy brother's eye, single, thy whole body shall be full Lu.12.24,

but considerest not the beam that of light.

&c.

is in thine own eye? 23 But if thine eye be evil, thy

4 Or how wilt thou say to thy bro

Ps.37.3. whole body shall be full of dark

1 55.22.

ther, Let me pull out the mote out ness. If therefore the light that is

of thine eye ; and, behold, a beam in thee be darkness, how great is

is in thine own eye? that darkness !

5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out 24 T No man can serve two mas-c 1Ti.4.8. the beam c out of thine own ege: ters: 2 for either he will hate the

d Le. 25.20.21

and then shalt thon see clearly to one, and love the other; or else he

Iki.3.13. CASE

cast out the mote out of thy browill hold to the one, and despise Pa 22:05: ther's eye. the other. Ye cannot y serve God Mar. 10.30. 6 T Give not that which is holy and mammon. 25 Therefore I say unto you, Take

unto the dogs, neither d cast ye be e De.33.25.

your pearls before swme, lest they

11 He. 13,5,6. no thought z for your life, what ye

trample them under their feet, and shall eat, or what ye shall drink ; (CHAP. 7) turn again and rend you. nor yet for your body what ye shalla L.6.3 7 Ask, and it shall be giveu put on. Is not the life more than R9.2.1.

you; e seek, and ye shall find; knock, ineat, and the body than raiment ? Co.4.5.

and it shall be opened unto you: 26 Behold the fowls of the air : for

8 For every one that asketh f rethey sow not, neither do they reap,

ceiveth; and he that seeketh nor gather into barns; yet your c Ga.6.1. findeth ; and to him that knocketh heavenly Father a feedeth them. Id Pr.9.7.8. it shall be opened. Are ye not much better than they? 23.9. 9 Or what man is there of you,

27 Which of you by taking thought I 556 whom if his son ask bread, will be can add one cubit unto his stature? Luis.i. give him a stone ! 28 And why take ye thought for

f Ps.81.10.16.

| 10 Or if he ask a fish, will he give raiment? Consider the lilies of the

Jno. 14.13,

him a serpent ? field, how they grow; they toil not,

14.

11 If ye then, being evil, know how Bieither do they spin :

16.23,24.

to give good gifts unto your chil29 And yet I say unto you, That 1Jno.3.22. Idren, h how much more shall your even Solomon in all his glory was 5.14,15. Father which is in heaven Ere not arrayed like one of these.

3 Pr.8.17.

good things to them that ask him1 30 Wherefore, if God so clothe the 12. 13. 12 Therefore all things whats grass of the field, which to-day is,

ever ye would that men should do and to-morrow is cast into the oven, i Lu. 11. to you, do ye even so to them for shall he not much more clothe you, li Le.19.18. this is the law and the prophets Oye of little faith?

Ro. 13.8.10. 13 9 Enter ye in k at the end 31 Therefore take no thonght, bl Ga.5.14. gate: for wide is the gate, saying, What shall we eat? or, k Lu. 13.24. broad is the way, that lead What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed ?

destruction, and many thanke lot, bow. or, How

which go in thereals 32 (For after all these things do 11 ch.20. 16. 14 1 Because strate the he Gentiles spek :) for von hea. 25. l-12, narrow the w venly Father knoweth that ye have

Ro.9 27,29. Junto life and Deer

PECIALE

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shall know every one thahall entaire

Ac. 19:33. said, shouldestik Cine

Christ endeth his sermon. MATTHEW VIII. He cleanseth and cureth. 15 Beware of false prophets, m A. D. 31. and worshipped him, saying, Lord, which come to you in sheep's clo-1

if thou wilt, thou canst make me thing, but inwardly they are raven- m De. 13. 1-3. clean. ing n wolves.

Je.23. 13-16. 3 And Jesus put forth his hand, 16 Ye shall know them by their o Jno.4.1. and touched him, saying, I will; be fruits. Do men gather grapes of n Ac. 20.29.

thou clean. And immediately his thorns, or figs of thistles?

31.

leprosy was cleansed. 17 Even so every good treep bring-l.

4 And Jesus saith unto him, See eth forth good fruit; but a corrupto

och. 12.33.

thou tell b no man; but go thy way, tree bringeth forth evil fruit. p Lu.6.43,45. show thyself to the

p Lu.6.43,45. show thyself to the priest, and offer 18 A good tree cannot bring forth och.3. 10. the gift that Moses commanded, c evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree Jno. 15.2.6. for a testimony unto them. bring forth good fruit.

r ch.25.11,12..

125 4T And when Jesus was entered 19 Every q tree that bringeth not Is 48.1.2 into Capernaum, there came unto forth good fruit is hewn down, and Lu.6.46.

him a centurion, d beseeching him, cast into the fire.

13.25. 6 And saying, Lord, my servant 20 Wherefore by their fruits ye Ro.2.13. lieth at home sick of the palsy,

s Nu.24.4. grieviously tormented.

Ki 22. u. 7 And Jesus saith unto him, I will to me, Lord, Lord, shall enter Je.23.13.&c come and heal him. into the kingdom of heaven; but he Ac. 19.13-15 8 The centurion answered and that doeth the will of my Father Co.13.2. said, Lord, I am not worthy e that which is in heaven.

t ch.25.41.

thou shouldest come under my 22 Many will say to me in that day, i Ps.5.5. * roof: but speak the word only, Lord, Lord, have we not prophe- Re.22,15.

and my servant shall be healed. sied s in thy name? and in thy name,

le u Lu.6.47.

9 For I am a man under authority, have cast out devils? and in thy

having soldiers under me: and I name done many wonderful works? v P..10 say to this man, Go, and he goeth;

23 And then will I profess unto 119.99,130. and to another, Come, and he them, I never knew you: depart w Ps.92.13 cometh; and to my servant, Do from met ve that work iniquity.

15. this, and he doeth it. ore u whosoever hear-z 1. Sa, 2.30. 10 When Jesus heard it, he mareth these sayings of mine, and doeth Je.8.9. velled, and said to them that folthem, I will liken him unto a wise v

lowed, Verily I say unto you, I have man, which built his house upon a

not found so great faith,g no, not rock:

z He.10.26,27 in Israel. 25 And the rain descended, and a Je. 23.29. 11 And 1 say unto you, That h the floods came, and the winds Mar.6.2, many shall come from the east and blew, and beat upon that house;

west, and shall sit down with and it fell not : for it was founded

| (CHAP. 8.)

Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, in upon a rock.w

a Mar. 1.40. the kingdom of heaven. 26 And every one that heareth Lu.5. 12. 12 But the children of the king. these sayings of mine, and doeth

dom i shall be cast out into outer them not, shall be likened unto a

darkness: there shall be weeping k toolish

b ch.9.30.
man, which built his" Mar43 2 and gnasning o

and gnashing of teeth. house upon the sand :

13 And Jesus said unto the centu. 27 And the rain descended, and cLe. 14.3,&c. rion, Go thy way, and as thou hast the floods came, and the winds d Lu.7.2, &c. believed, so be it done unto thee. blew,y and beat upon that house ; le Ps.10.17.

And his servant was healed in the and it fell : and great was z the Lu. 15. 19,21. se

self-same hour. fall of it.

| 14 | And when Jesus was come 28 And it came to pass, when Je

into Peter's house, he saw his wife's sus had ended these sayings, the

Ps.33.9.
107.20.

mother laid, I and sick of a fever. people were astonished a at his

15 And he touched her hand, and doctrine:

g ch.15.28.

the fever left her: and she arose, 29 For he taught them as one h Is.2.2,3. and ministered unto them. having authority, and not as the

Lu. 13.29. 16 T When the even was come, scribes.

Ac.11.18. they brought unto him many m that: ab CHAPTER VIII.

Ep.3.6.

were possessed with devils: and he 2 Christ cleanseth the leper, 5 healeth

Re.7.9.
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cast out the spirits with his word, the centurion's servant, 14 Peter'sli ch.7.22,23. and healed all that were sick: mother-in-law, 16 and many otherlich 13 49 50 1 17 That it might be fulfilled which diseased ; 19 showeth how he is tol,

Mar. 1.30,31.

was spoken by Esaias n the prophet, be followed ; 23 stilleth the tempest Lu.4.38,39.

saying, Himself took our infirmion the sea, &c.

ties, and bare our sicknesses. N HEN he was come down from m Mar. 1.32 18 T Now when Jesus saw great

the mountain, great multi- n Is.53.4. multitudes about him, he gave tudes followed him.

1 Pe.2.24. commandment to depart unto the 2 And, behiold, there came a leperal

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Devils in men and swine. MATTHEW, IX. Christ cureth the palsy. 19 And a certain scribe came, A. D. 31.

CHAPTER IX. and said unto him, Master, Io will

1 Christ cureth the palsy, 9 calleth follow thee whithersoever thou

Matthew, 10 eateth with publicans goest.

o Lu.9.57,58.

and sinners.

and sinners. 20 And Jesus saith unto him, The

LAND he entered into a ship, and foxes have holes, and the birds of piKi.19.20.

A passed over, and came into his the air have nests; but the Son of

own city. man hath not where to lay his 9 Mar.4.37. | 2 And, a behold, they brought to head.

Lu.8.23.

him a man sick of the palsy, lying 21 And another of his disciples

on a bed : and Jesus seeing their said unto him, Lord. p suffer me r Job 38.11.

faith, said unto the sick of the first to go and bury my father.

Ps.89.9.

palsy, Son, b be of good cheer; thy

107.29. 22 But Jesus said unto him, Fol

sins be forgiven thee. low me; and let the dead bury

3 And, behold, certain of the their dead.

s Mar.5.1.

scribes said within themselves, 23 | And when he was entered

Lu.8.26,&c. This man blasphemeth. into a ship, his disciples followed

4 And Jesus knowing their him.

t Job 1.10-12. I thoughts. c said. Wherefore think

2.3-6. 24 And, behold, a there arose a

ye evil in your hearts? great tempest in the sea, insomuch

5 For whether is easier, to say,

u De. 14.S. that the ship was covered with the

Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to

Is.65.3,4, waves : but he was asleep.

say, Arise, and walk? 25 And his disciples came to him,

6 But that ye may know that the

v Job 21.14. and awoke him, saying, Lord, save

Son of man hath power on earth to

Lu.5.8. us: we perish.

Acts 16.39.

forgive d sins, (then saith he to the 26 And he said unto them, Why

sick of the palsy.) Arise, take up are ye fearful, 0 ye of little faith?

thy bed, and go unto thine honse. Then he arose, and rebuked r the

7 And he arose, and departed to winds and the sea, and there was (CHAP. 9.)

his house. a great calm.

8 But when the multitude saw it 27 But the men marvelled, saying, a Mar.2.3.

they marvelled, and glorifiede God, What manner of man is this, that Lu.5. 18.&c. which had given such power unto even the winds and the sea obey

men. lin!

b Mar.5.34.

9 And f as Jesus passed forth 28 Ands when he was come to

from thence, he saw a man, named the other side, into the country of Ps. 139.2. Matthew, sitting at the receipt of the Gergesenes, there met him two Jno.2.24,25. custom: and he saith unto him, possessed with devils, coming out

He.4.12.13. Follow me. And he arose, sund of the tombs, exceeding fierce, so Re.2.23. followed him. that no man might pass by that way.

10 9 And it came to pass, as Jesus 29 And, behold, they cried out, say- A Ml.1.18 sat at meat in the house, behold, ing, What have we to do with thee,

e Ac.4.21.

many publicans and sinners came Jesus, thou Son of God? art thou

and sat down with him and his

Ga. 1.24. come hither to torment us before

disciples. the time?

Mar. 2.14. 11 And when the Pharisees sawit, 30 And there was a good way off Lu.5.27.&c. they said unto his disciples. Wby from them, an herd of many swine

eateth your Master with publicans feeding.

8 ch.11.19. and sinners? 31 So the devils besought him, Lu. 15.2. | 12 But when Jesus heard that, he saying, If thou cast us out, suffert He.5.2. said unto them, They that be whole us to go away into the herd of

need not a physician, but they that

h ch.12.7. swine.u

are sick.

Pr.21.3. 32 And he said unto them, Go.

13 But go ye and learn what this

Ho.6.6. And when they were come out,

Mi.6.8.

meaneth, I h will have mercy, and they went into the herd of swine :

not sacrifice : for I am not come to and, behold, the whole herd of li Lu.24.47.

call the righteous, but sinners to swine ran violently down a steep 1 Ac.5.31. repentance. i place into the sea, and perished in 2Pe.3.9. 14 T Then came to him the die the waters.

ciples of John, saying, Why do we 33 And they that kept them fled, I k ch.25.1, 10. and the Pharisees fast oft but the and went their ways into the city, Jno.3.29. disciples fast not? and told every thing, and what Re.21.2.

15 And Jesus said unto them, as was befallen to the possessed of

z Is. 22.12.

the children of the bride-chamber the devils.

mourn, as long as the underrecht 31 And, behold, the whole city

is with them? but the days

1 or, raw, or, come then the bridesman came out to meet Jesus: and when

unwrought trey saw him, they besought him

cloth.
be

rom them, that he would depart v out of their

shall

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