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* Mar. vii. the ditch.


17, 18.

Anno file him: but the things which come out Capernaum.
Ætat. 32. of him, those are they that defile the man.
Minist. 3. if any man have ears to hear let him 16. Mar. vii.


And when he was entred into the 17.
house from the people, * then came 12. Mat. xvi

his disciples and said unto him, Know-
eft thou that the Pharisees were offend-
ed after they heard this saying? But he 13.
answered and said, Every plant which
my heavenly Father bath not planted,
Shall be rooted up. Let them alone, they 14.
be blind leaders of the blind; and if the

blind lead the blind, both Mall fall into

Then answered Peter, and 15. faid unto him, Declare unto us this pa

rable. And Jesus said, “ are ye also yer 16. "Mat. xv. “ without understanding? 'Do ye not 18. Mar. vii

“ perceive that whatsoever thing from
" without entreth into the man, it can-

not defile him; because it entreth 19.

not into his heart, but into the belly,

" and goeth out into the draught, purm . 66 ** Mar. vii. “ ging all meats ? * " But those things 18. Mat. xv.

" which proceed out of the mouth,

come forth from the heart, and they u defile the man.

*" For fiom within, 21. Mar. vii. out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications,

murders, thefts, * falfe witness, 19. Mar. Xv. “ * covetousness, wickedness, deceit, 22. Mar.vii.

" lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, • Mar. XV. pride, foolishness: •All these evil 23.

. things come from within and defile the man, * but to eat with unwashen 20. Mar. xv. hands, defilcih not a man.



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Coast of Tyre and Sidon.


Ærat. 32.
Minist. 3.

Jesus cureth the Daughter of a Cana

nitish Woman, possessed by an evil


21. 24.

• Mat. XV.

Mat. xv.

Mat. xv.

T · .

HEN Jesus went thence, and · Mar. vii. Mar. vii.

departed into the coasts of Tyre and Sidon, * and entred into an house,

and would have no man know it, but he 25. could not be hid. For a certain wo.

22. man * of Canaan came out of the same 22. Mar. vii. 25. coasts * whose young daughter had an

unclean spirit, heard of him and came and Mat. xv.

22. fell at his feet: *and cryed unto him, say.

ing, Have mercy on me, O Lord, thou son

of David; my daughter is grievously vexed Mar. vii. 26. with a devil.* (The woman was a greek, a

syrophenician by nation) and the be

fought him that he would cast forth the Mar. XV. 23. devil out of her daughter. * But he an

swered her not a word. And his disci-
ples came and befought him, saying,
Send her away, for the crieth after us.
* But Jesus said unto her, let ihe chil-
dren first be filled, for it is not meet to take

the childrens bread, and to cast it unto
24. dogs. * I am not sent but unto the lost
25. Sheep of the house of Israel. Then came

The and worshipped him faying, Lord, 26. help me. But he answered and said, It

is not meet to take the childrens bread, 27. and cast it to dogs. And she said, Truth - Mar. dü, Lord: yet be dogs eat of the crumbs, 28.


Mar. viis 27.

Mat. XV. 24•



and Sidon

which fall from their masters table. Coast of Tyre Æcar. 32. Then Jesus answered and said unto her, 28. Mat.xv. Minist. 3. O woman, great is thy faith, be it unto thee even as thou wilt.

* For this saying 29. Mar. vii. go thy way, the devil is gone out of thy daughter. And when she was come to

30. her house, she found the devil gone out, and her daughter laid upon the bed. * And her daughter was made whole 28. Mat. xv. from that very hour.


Jesus enreth a dumb Man and several


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ND again [Fesus ] departing 31. Mar. vii.

from the coasts of Tyre and Si-
don, he came unto the sea of Galilee
through the midst of the coasts of De.
capolis, * and went up into a mountain 29. Mar. xv.
and sat down there. * And they bring 32. Mar. vii.
unto him one that was deaf, and had an
impediment in his speech : and they be-
seech him to put his hand upon him.
And he took him aside from the multi-

tude, and put his fingers into his ears,
and he spit, and touched his tongue.
And looking up to heaven, he fighed, 34.
and faith unto him, Ephphatha, that is,
be opened. And straightway 'his ears Miracle.
were opened, and the string of his 35.
tongue was loosed, and he spake plain.
And he charged them that they should 36.
tell no man: but the more he charged
them, so much the more a great deal


Capernaum. they published it, and were beyond mea- Anno
Mar. vii. 37. fure astonished, saying, He hath done Ætat. 32.


all things well: be maketh both the deaf Minift. 3.

to bear, and the dumb to speak. Mat. xv. 30.

* And great multitudes came unto him, having with them those that were lame, blind, dumb, maimed, and many

others; and cast them down at Jesus's Miracle.

21. feet, and he healed them. Insomuch

that the multitude wondred when they
saw the dumb to speak, and the maim-
ed to be whole, and the lame to walk,
and the blind to fee; and they glorifi-
ed the God of Israel.

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Jesus feeds four thousand Men with
Seven Loaves and a few Fishes.
N those days the multitude being ve-

ry great, and having nothing to eat,
a Jesús called his disciples unto him, .Mar. xv.
2. and faith unto them, “I have compas- 32.

“ fion on the multitude, because they

“ have now been with me three days,
3. “ and have nothing to eat: and if I

“ send them away fasting to their own
“ houses they will faint by the way:

for divers of them came from far.
*And his disciples say unto him , 6 Mar. viii.
Whence Mould we have so much bread in, 4, 5.
the wilderness as to fill so great a mul-

titude? and Jesus faith unto them, How 34. many loaves have ye? and they said, se- cMar.viii.6.

. 35. ven, and a few little fishes. ' And he

c commanded

Mar. xv. 33.





Mat. xv.


8, 9.

comnianded the multitude to fit down Galilee. Æ.cat. 32. on the ground, *4 and he took the fe-6. Mar. viii. Minift

. 3. ven loaves, and gave thanks, and brake, , 36. and gave to his disciples to set betore

them: and they did set them before
the people. And they had a few small 7.

fishes, and he blessed, and commanded • Mar. viii. to set them also before them. **And 37. Mat. xv.

they did all eat, and were filled : and Miracle.
they took up of the broken meat that
was left, feven baskets full. And they 38.
that did ear, were four thousand men

beside women and children. And he 39. * Mat. XV. sent away the multitude *fand straight- 10. Mar., viii. 39.

way he entred into a ship with his dif-
ciples, and came into the parts of Dal- Dalmanutha.
manutha [on] the coasts of Magdala. 39. Mat. xv.

The Pharisees and Sadducees tempt Je-

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* Mar. viii.

"HE Pharisees also with the Saddu- 1. Mat. xvi. II.

cees came, and tempting desired [Jefus] that he would shew them a sign from heaven. He answered and said unto them, when it is evening, “ ye say, It will be fair weather, for the

sky is red. And in the morning. It 3.
will be foul weather to day, for the

sky is red and lowring: Oye hypo-
crites, ye can discern the face of the

sky, but can ye not discern the signs

" of the times? * And he fighed deeply 12. Mar. Vii. "Moj. viii. in his spirit, and faith, *.0 a wicked

4. Mar. xvi. K “and

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