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to look for persecution. 33 Selld that ye have, and give A. D. 33. shall be beaten with few stripes. alms; provide yourselves bags
Fors unto whomsoever much is which wax not old, a treasure e in d Mat. 19.21. given, of him shall be much requirthe heavens that faileth not, where
ed: and to whom men have t com
Ac.2.45. no thief approachethi, neither moth
mitted much, of him they will ask corrupieth.
34 For where your treasure is, e Mat.6.20. 49 T I am come to send fire on the there will your heart be also.
1Ti.6.19. earth; and what will l, if it be al35 Letf your loins be girded about,
ready kindled? and your lightsg buruing; f Ep.6.14. 50 But I have a baptistu to be bap36 And ye yourselves like unto
I Pe. 1.13.
tized with; and how am I 4 straitmen that wait for their lord, when
ened till it be accomplished! he will return from the wedding ; 5 Mat.25.1, 51 Suppose u ye thuilam come to
13. that, when he cometh and knock
give peace on earih? I tell you, eth, they may open unto him imme- / Mat.24.46, Nay; but rather division : diately.
52 For from henceforth there shall 37 Blessed h are those servants,
be five in one house divided, three whom the Lord, when he cometh, i 1 Th.5.2. against two, and two against three. shall find watching: verily I say 2 Pe.3. 10.
53 The father v shall be divided unto you, that he shall gird himself, R2.3.3. against the son, and the son against and make them to sit down to 16.15.
the father; the mother against the meat, and will come forth and
daughter, and the daughter against serve them,
k ch.21.31,36. the mother; the mother-in-law 33 And if he shall come in the se
against her daughter-in-law, and cond watch, or coine in the third 2 1C0.4.2.
the daughter-in-law against her watch, and find them so, blessed
m ver.37. are those servants.
5: T And he said also to the peo39 And this know, that if the good
ple, When w ye see a cloud rise man of the house had knowu what
out of the west, straight way ye say, hour the thief i would come, he 3 or, off.
There cometh a shower; and so it would have watched, and not have
is. suffered his house to be broken Ps.37.9. 55 And when yo see the south wind through.
94.14. blow, ye say, There will be heat: 40 Be ye therefore ready k also:
and it comet li to pass. for the Son of man cometh at an p Ja.4. 17.
56 Ychypocrites! ye can discern the hour when ye think not.
face of the sky, and of the earth: ,41 T Then Peter said unto him, 'q De.25.2.
but how is it that you do not disLord, speakest thou this parable
cern this time?
r Ac. 17.30. uto us, or even to all ?
57 Yea, and why even of your42 And the Lord said. Who then
selves judge ye not what is right? is that faithful and wise steward, l
58 T Wlen ý thou goest with thine whom his lord shall make rulers Le.5.17, adversary to the magistrate, as thou over his household, to give them Jno.15.22. art in z the way, give diligence that their portion of neat in due season? ITI.1.13. thou mayest be delivered from him; 43 Blessed m is that servant, whom
lest he hale thee to the judge, and his lord, when he cometh, shall
the judge deliver thee to the officer, find so doing.
4 or, pained, and the officer cast thee into prison, 44 Of a trulh I say unto you, that u Mat. 10.31. 59 I tell thee, thou shalt not dehe will make him ruler over all
part thence, till thou hast paid the that he hath.
very last 5 mite. 45 But and if that servant say in w Mat.16.2,
CHAPTER XIII. his heart, My lord delayeth his
1 Christ preacheth repentance. 6 coming; and shall begin to beat n
The fruitless fig tree. 21 The strait the men-servants and maidens, and x 1Co.11.14.
gale. to eat and drink, and to be drunk
y Mat.5.25. en;
season some that told him of 46 The lord of that servant will z Is.55.6.
the a Galileans, whose blood Pilate come in a day when he looketh not 5 See Mar. had mingled b with their sacrifices, for him, and at an hour when he is
12.42. 2 And Jesus, answerny, said unto not aware, and will cut himn 3 in
them, Suppose ye that these Galisunder, o and will appoint him his (CHAP. 13.) leans were sinners above all the portion with the unbelievers.
a Ac.5.37. Galileans, because they suffered 17 And that servant which p knew
such things? his lord's will, and prepared not
3 I tell you, Nay: but except ye himself, neither did according to his c Ac.3.19. repent, c ye shall all likewise pe, will, shall be beaten q with many Re.2.21,22. rish. stripes.
4 Or those eighteen, upon whom 4$ But her that knew not, and ' or, dibtors. the tower in Siloam fell, and slow did commit things worthy of stripes,
them, think ye that they were i sin
TERE, were present at that
Christ preacheth repentance.
The straight gate. ners above all men that dwelt in A D. 33. 20 And again he said, Whereunto Jerusalem ?
shall I liken the kingdom of God? 5 I tell you, Nay: but except ye d Is.5.1,&c.
21 It is like leaven, which a worepent, ye shall all likewise perish. Mat.21.19.
man took and hid in three 2 mea6 T He spake also this parable ; e Jno.15. 16.
sures of meal, till the whole was Ad certain man had a fig tree
leavened. planted in his vineyard; and he
22 And he went through the cities came and sought fruite thereon,
and villages, teaching, and jourand found none.
neying toward Jerusalem. 7 Then said he unto the dresser g Ps. 106.23. 23 Then said one unto him, Lord, of his vineyard, Behold, these
2Pe.3.9. are there few that be saved? And three years I come seeking frunt on h Jno, 15.2.
he said unto them, this fig tree, and find none: cut it He.6.8. 24 T Strive u to enter in at the down; f why cumbereth it the
strait gate : for many, v I say unto ground?
you, will seek to enter in, and shall 8 And he answering said unto k Joel 3.10. not be able. him, Lord, let it alone g this year I Mar. 16.18. 25 When once w the master of the also, till I shall dig about it, and Ac.9.17. house is risen up, and hath shut u dung it:
to the door, and ye begin to stand 9 And if it bear fruit, well: and 14.3.
without, and to knock at the door, if not, then after that thou h shalt Mat.12.10. saying, Lord, y Lord, open unto us; cut it down.
Ma".3.2. and he shall answer and say unto 10 And he was teaching in one of Jno.5.16. you, I know you not whence you the synagogues on the sabbath. n Ex. 20.9. are : 11 T And, behold, there was a
26 Then shall ye begin to say, We
och.12.1. woman which had a spirit of in
have eaten and drunk in thy pres
Pr. 11.9. firmity i eighteen years, and was Mat.7.5.
ence, and thou hast taught in our bowed together, and could in no 23. 13,28.
streets. wise lift up herself.
27 But he z shall say, I tell you, I 12 And when Jesus saw her, he
know you not whence you are ; de
q ch.19.9. called her to him, and said unto
part from me, all ye workers a of her, Woman, thou k art loosed from
r Is. 45.21.
iniquity. thine infirinity.
28. There b shall be weeping and 13 And hel laid his hands on her:
gnashing of teeth, when ye shall
Ps. 111.3. and immediately she was made
see Abraham, and Isaac, and Ja
Is.4.2. straight, and glorified God.
cob, and all the prophets, in the 14 And the ruler of the synagogue
t Mat.13.31. kingdom of God, and you yourselves answered with indignation, because
thrust out. that Jesus had healed m on the
29 And they c shall come from the sabba h-day, and said unto the peo- 2 See on east, and from the west, and from ple, There n are six days in which
Mat.13.33. the north, and from the south, and men ought to work: in them u Mat.7.13. shall sit down in the kingdom of therefore come and be healed, and v Jnu.7.34. God. not on the sabbath-day.
30 And, behold, there d are last i5 The Lord then answered him, Ro.9.31. which shall be first, and there are and said Thou hypocrite!o doth w Ps.32.6.
first which shall be last. not each one of you on the sabbath 18.55.6. 31 T The same day there came loose p his ox or his ass from the x Mat. 25.10. certain of the Pharisees, saying stall, and lead him away to water- y ch.6.46.
unto him, Get thee out, and depart ing?
hence : for Herod will kill thee.
z Mat.7.22,23, 16 And ought not this woman, be
32 And he said unto them, Go ye, ing a daughter of Abraham,
and tell that fox, e Behold, I cast whom Satan hath bound, lo, these
out devils, and I do cures to-day eighteen years, be loosed from this
and to-morrow, and the third day bond on the sabbath-day?
I shall be perfected.f
13.42. 17 And when he had said these
33 Nevertheless, I must walk to
21.51. things, all his adversaries were
day, and to-morrow, and the day ashamed : r and all the people re
c Re. 7.9, 10.
following: for it cannot be that a joiced for all the glorious s things
prophet perish out of Jerusalem. that were done by him.
e Zep.3.3. 34 o Jerusalem, 9 18 T Then said he, Unto t what is f He.2.10. which killest the prophets, and
Jerusalem, the kingdom of God like? and g Mat.23.37. stonest them that are sent unto whereunto shall I resemble it?
h Le.26.31.32. thee; how often would I have gath19 It is like a grain of mustard- Ps.69.25.
ered 'thy children together, as a seed, which a man took and cast Is. 1.7. hen doth gather her brood under into his garden; and it grew, and 5.5.6. her wings, and ye would not! waxed a great tree; and the fowls Da.9.27. 35 Behold, yourh house is left unof the air lodged in the branches Mi.3.12.
to you desolate: and verily I say
unto you, Ye shall not see me, un76
Christ teacheth humility.
LUKE, XIV. Parable of the great supper. til the time come when ye shall A. D. 33. things, he said unto him, Blessed h say, Blessed i is he that cometh in
is he that shall eat bread in the the name of the Lord.
kingdom of God. CHATTER XIV.
16 Then said he unto him, A i cer7 Christ teacheth humility : 12 to
tain man made a great supper, k feed the poor. 16 The parable of '(CHAP. 14.) and bade many : the great supper. 26 Who cannot a Ps.37.32. , 17 And sent his servant at supper be Christ's disciples.
Is.29.20,21. time to say to them that were bidN Dit came to pass as he went in- Je.20.10, 11. den, Come; for alll things are
now ready. Pharisees, to eat bread on the sab
18 And they all with one consent bath-day, that they watched a him. c ch.13.15. began to make excuse. The first m 2 And, behold, there was a cer
said unto him, I have bought a
d Pr.25.6,7. tain man before him, which had
piece of ground, and I must needs the dropsy.
c ch.18.14. go and see it: I pray thee have me 3 And Jesus, answering.spake un- ISa. 15. 17. excused. to the lawyers and Pharisees, say
Job 22.29. 19 And another said, I have bought ing, Iso it lawful to heal on the
Ps. 18.27. five yoke of oxen, and I go to prove sabbath-day
them: I pray thee have me ex4 And they held their peace. And
Mat. 23.12. he took him, and healed him, and
20 And another said, I have mar
Ja.4.6. let him go;
ried n a wife, and therefore I can5 And answered them, saying, c
not come. Which of you shall have an ass or s Pr.22.16. 21 So that servant came, and an ox fallen into a pit, and will not
showed his lord these things. Then Straightway pull him out on the 5 Ne.8.10,12. the master of the house, being sabbath-day?
angry, o said to his servant, Go out 6 And they could not answer him h Re. 19.9. quickly into the streets p and lanes again to these things.
of the city, and bring in hither the 7 And he put forth a parable to
poor,q and the maimed, and the those which were bidden, when hel k Is.25.6,7. halt, r and the blind. marked how they chose out the
22 And the servant said, Lord, it
1 Pr.9.2,5. chief rooms; saying unto them,
is done as thou hast commanded,
Ca.5.1. 8 When thou d art bidden of any
and yets there is room. man to a wedding, sit not down in
23 Ånd the lord said unto the serthe highest room ; lest a more hon- mch.8.14. vant, Go out into the highways and ourable man than thou be bidden
hedges, and compelt them to come
n yer. 26. of him ;
in, that my house may be filled. 9 And he that bade thee and him
24 For I say unto you, That none u come and say to thee, Give this! Ps. 2.12. of those men which were bidden man place; and thou begin with
shall taste of my supper. shame to take the lowest room.
25 | And there went great multi10 But when thou art bidden, go'q 1$1.2.8. tudes with him: and he turned, and sit down in the lowest room; P's. 1 13.7,8. and said unto them, that when he that bade thee com
26 If any man come to me, and
r Ps.38.7. eth, he may say unto thee, Friend,
hate v not his father, and mother,
Is.33.23. go up higher: then shalt thou have
and wife, and children, and breworship in the presence of them
thren, and sisters, yea, and his own that sit at meat with thee.
s Ps. 103.6.
life w also, he cannot be my disci11 For whosoever e exalteth him- 130.7.
ple. self shall be abased : and he that 't Ps.110.3. 27 And whosoever x doth not bear humbleth himself shall be exalted.
his cross, and come after me, can12 Then said he also to him that u Pr.1.21. not he my disciple. hade him, When thou makest a
28 For which of you, intending dinner or a supper, call not thy
to build a tower, sitteth not down friends, nor thy brethren, neither v De.33.9. first, and counteth the cost, wheththy kinsmen, nor thy richf neigh- M11.10.37. er he have sufficient to finish it? bours ; lest they also bid thee
29 Lest haply after he hath laid again, and a recompense be maile w Ac.20.24.
the foundation, and is not able to tiee.
finish it, all that behold it begin to 13 But when thon makest a feast, 3 ch.9.23. mock him, call the poor,g the maimed, the
30 Saying, This man began to Mar.8.34,
build, and was not able to finish.. 14 And thou shalt be blessed; for
31 Or what king, going to make they cannot recompense thee: for
y Pr.24.27. war against another king, sitteti thou shalt be recompensed at the
not down first, and consulteth a resurrecta the just.
whether her ble with ten thou15 7
sand to w
that cometh sar heard these
ly thousand ?
of them that a Pr. 20.16.
The parable of the lost sheep. LUKE, XV.
Of the prodigal son. 32 Or else, while the other is yet a A. D. 33. country, and there wasted his subgreat way oil, he sendet un ana
stance with riotous living. bassage, and desiretli conditions of
14 And when he had spent all, peace.
there arose a mighty famineh in 33 So likewise, whosoever he bec Mat.5.13.
that land; and he began to be in of you that forsaketi not all that Mar.9.50. want. he ha h, he cannot be my disciple.
15 And he went and joined him3. Saltc is good : bullithe salt
self to a citizen oi that country; have lost his savour, where with (CHAP. 15.) and he sent him into his fields to shail it be seasoned?
a Mat.9. 10,&c.
feed swine. 35 It is neither it for the land, nor
16 And he would fain have filled yet for the duughull; vut mend cast b Ac.11.3. his belly with the husks i that the it out.
He that hath ears to lear, 1C0.5.9-11. swine k did eat: and no man gave let him hear.
unto him. CHAPTER XV
17 And when he came to himself, 1 The parable of the lost sheep : 8 of
he said. How many hired servants the piece of silver : 11 of the prodi- d Ps.119.176. of my tatirer's lave bread enouvil gal sm.
I Pe.2.25. and to spare, and I perish with WHEN drew a near unto him all' e ch.5.32. hunger! the publicans and sinners for
1817 will arise and go to my fathto hear hin.
er, and will say unto him, Father, I
here trans2 And the Pharisees and scribes
Jated a piece
have sinned against heaven, and murmured, saying, This man re
of silvor, is ceiveth sinners, and eateth b with
the eighth 19 And am no more worthy to be them.
part of an
called thy son: make me as one 3 And he spake this parable un- ounce,
of thy hired servants. to them, saying,
2 And he arose, and came to his 4 What man c of you, having an eth tu seven father. But when he was yet a hundred sheep, if he lose one of pence half great way m ott, his father saw them, doth not leave the ninety
penny, and him, and had compassion, and ran, and nine in the wilderness, and go
is equal to
and fell on his neck and kissed him.
the Roman after that which is lost, until he
21 And the son said unto him, find it?
Father, I have sinned against
Mat.18.25. 5 And when he hath found it, he
heaven, i and in thy sight, ani am layeth it on his shorlders, rejoicing. f Eze. 18.23,
no more worthy to be called thy
32. 6 And when he cometh home, he
33.11. calleth together his friends and
22 But the father said to his ser
Ac. 11.18. neighbours, saying unto them, Re
l'hile.15.16. vants, Bring o forth the best role, joice with me; for I have found
and put it on lum; and put a ning
g Mar. 12.44. my sheep d which was lost.
on his hand, and shoes on his feet: 7 I say unto you, that likewise
23 And bring hither the fatte i call. joy shall be in heaven over one h Am.8.11,12. and kill it; and let us eat and be sinner that repenteth, more than
i Is.44.20. over ninety and nine just persons,
24 for p this my son was dead.g
Ho.12.1. which need e no repentance.
and is aliver again : he was s lost, 8 T Either what woman having k Ps.73.22. and is found. And they began to ten 1 pieces of silver, if she lose ? Ps.32.5.
be merry. one piece, doth not light a candle,
25 Now his elder son was in the
m Ac.2.39. and sweep the house, and seek dili
field : and as he came and drew gently till she find it?
nigh to the house, he hearl muse 9 And when she hath found it. n P..51.1.
and dancing.t she calleth her friends and her o Zec.3.3-5. 26 And he called one of the ser neighbours together, saying, Re
P ver.32. vants, and asked what these things joice with me; for I have found
meant. the piece which I had lost.
27 And he said unto him, Thr 10 wise, I say unto you, theref
brother is come, and the filter is joy in the presence of the angels
hath killed the fatted calf, terus of God over one sinner that re- r Ro.6.11, 13. he hath received him sale wall penteth.
sch, 19.10. sound. 11 1 And he said, A cert:un man Eze.34.4, 16. 28 And he was angır.u and would had two Sos:
t Ps.30.11. not go in: therefore came hs 12 And the younger of them said 126.1.2. ther out, and intretet him to his father, Father, give me the
29 ind, he uswerinz, SIN to his portion of goods that falleth to me.
Ro.10. 19. father. Lo, these many years or And he divided unto them his liv.
serve thee, neither thingress ingo
I at any time thy cement; 13 And not many days after, the
and yet thou never garest me akil, younger son gathered all together. w Phi.3.6. that I might make merry with my and took his journey into a fari