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Dalmanutha." and adulterous generation feeketh Anno
Mar. viii. 12.6 after a sign. * Verily I say unto you,

" There shall no fign be given to this
“ generation * but the sign of the pro.

phet Jonas.

Ærat. 32. Minist. 3 Mat.xvi.4.


Jesus bids his Disciples beware of the

leven of the Pharisees, and of the



Mar. viji. 13.

ND he left them, and entring in- Mat. xvi.4 Α'

to the ship again, departed to Mat. xvi. s. the other side. * And when his disci

ples were come to the other side, they b Mar. viii. Mar. viii. 14. had forgotten to take bread, * neither

14. had they in the ship with them more Mat. xvi. 6. than one loaf. * Then Jesus said un

• Mar. viii. to them, Take heed and bevoare of the

15. leven of the Pharisees, and of the SadduMar.viii.15.2 Mat. xvi. 7: Şcees, *and of the leven of Herod. * And

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Mar. viii.
they reasoned among themselves, saying, 16, 17.
8. it is because we have no, bread: which

when Jesus perceived, he said unto them,
Why reason ye among your felves, O ye

of little faith, because ye have no bread? Mar. viii. 17. * perceive ye not yet,

neither 'under

• Mat. xvi. stand? have ye your hearts yet har.

. 18. dened? having eyes, see ye not? having

ears, bear ye not? and do ye not remem19.ber? When I brake the five loaves among five thousand, how many baskets full of

fragments took ye up? They say unto 36. him, twelve. And when the seven a



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mong four thousand, how many baskets Galilee.
#cat. 32. full of fragments took ye up? And they
Minift. 3. said feven. And he said unto them,

f Mar. viii. *f How is it that ye do not understand, 21.Mar.viii.

that ļ Spake it not 10 you concerning 11. Mat.xvi.

bread, that ye should beware of the le-
ven of the Pharisees, and of the Saddu. 12.
cees? Then understood they how that
he bad them not beware of the leven of
bread, but of the doctrine of the Pha-
risees and of the Sadducees.


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Jesus cures a blind Man at Bethsaida. Bethsaida.

A and they bring a blind man unto

ND [Fesus] cometh to Bethsaida, 22. Mar. viii. him, and befought him to touch him. And he took the blind man by the hand, 23. and led him out of the Town; and when he had spit on his eyes, and put his hands upon him, he asked him if he faw ought. And he looked up, and said, 24. I see men as trees, walking. After that 25. he put his hands again upon his eyes, and made him look up: and he was re. Miracle. stored, and saw every man clearly. And he sent him away to his house, 26. saying, Neither go into the town, nor tell it to any in the town,

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Territory of

Anno Cefarea Phi

Ærar. 32. SECT. LXXV. Jippi.

Minist. 3.
Jesus goes to the Territory of Cæfarea

Philippi, by the way asks his Dif-
ciples what people thought of him;
tells them he must die, and they

Suffer many things for his Sake.
Mar. viii. 27.
ND Jesus went out, and his dif .

2 Mat. xvi. ciples, into the towns of Cæfarea Luk. ix. 18. Philippi: and by the way * it came to

pass as he was alone praying, his disci

ples were with him : b and he asked • Mat. xvi. Mat. xvi. 13. them saying, Whom do men say, that I, 13, 14.. 14. the son of man, am? and they said, Some Mar. viii

. Say that thou art fohn the Baprift, some,

27, 28, 29 Luk, ix, 19. Elias, and others Jeremias, * and otherş 19, 20.

Jay that one of the old prophets is risen Mat. xvi. 15. again. Hesaith unto them, But whom

16. Jay ye that I am? And Simon Peter an

swered and said, Thou gri the Christ,
17: the son of the living God. And Jesus

answered and said to him, Blessed art
ihou Simon Barjona: for flesh and blood

bath not revealed it unto thee, but my
18. Faiher which is in heaven. And I say also

unto thee, that thou art Peter, and up-
on this rock will I build my Church, and

the gates of hell fhall not prevail against
19. it. And I will give into thee the keys

of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoe-
ver thou shalt bind on earth, Mall be
bound in heaven; and whatsoever thou
Talt loose on earib, Mall be loofed in bea-


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Anno' - ven. ^ Then charged he his disciples that Territory of

Cetarea Phở
Ætát. 32. they should tell no man that he was
Minift. 3: Jefus the Christ.

Mar. vill.

20. Mar, xyi.
d From that time forth, began Jesus 21.
Luk. ix.21. to shew unto his disciples, how that

Mar. viii. he muft go unto Jerusalem, and suffer
Luk.ix. 22.

many things of the elders, and chief

priests, and scribes, and he killed and
• Mat. xvi. be raised again the third day. *. And 32. Mar. vij.

he spake that saying openly. And Pe-
ter took him, and began to rebuke him

* saying, Be it far from thee, Lord, this 22. Mat. xvi. Mar. xvi. shall not be done unto thee. **But when 33. Mar. viii. 23, 24.

he had turned about, and looked on his
disciples, he rebuked Peter, saying, Get
thee behind me, Satan, * thou art an nf. 23. Mat xvi.
fence 10 me: * for thou savourest not i he


Mar. vij. things that be of God, but the things that

be of men. Luk.ix.23.

* And when he had called the people 34unto him with his disciples also, he said unto them, “whosoever will come af

ter me, let him deny himself and rake - " up his cross daily and follow me. *"For 23. Luk. ix.

“ whosoever will save his lite, shall lose 3ś. Mar. viii. Luk. ix. 24,

it, but whosoever shall lose his life for

my fake and the Gospels, the same
" thall save it. For what shall it pro- 35.
" fir a man, if he shall gain the whole

world, and lose his own soul? or 37:

what shall a man give in exchange
Luk.ix.26." for his soul? Whofoever theretore 38.

6 shall be alhamed of me, and of my
“ words, in this adulterous and finful

generation, of him also shall the son
of man be ashamed, when he cometh

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Territory of “ in* his own glory [and] in the * glo- Anno
Cæfarea Phi- « ry of his father, with the holy angels. Minift.3:
lippi. « * For the son of man shall come in
Luk. ix, 26.

the glory of his Father, with his an-
Mar. xvi. 27.
gels; and then he shall reward


k Mat. xvi. man according to his works.

28. “ he faid unto them, verily I say unto Luk.ix. 27.

you, that there be some of them that « stand here, which shall not taste of

death, till they have seen the king

“ dom of God come with power [or] Mar. xvi. 28.“ * till they see the son of man come

«s in his kingdom.

*k And

Mar. ix.





Jesus I.

The Transfiguration of Christ, his Dif-

course concerning Élias. Luk. ix. 28. A days after these fayings

ND it came to pass about eight Mat. xvii. Mar. xvii. 1.

Mar, ix. 2. taketh Peter, James, and John his bro.

bLuk.ix.28. ther, and bringeth them up into an high Luk. ix. 28. mountain apart * to pray. And as he

29. prayed, the fashion of his countenance Mar. ix. 2. was altered, * and he was transfigured Miracle.

before them, * and his face did shine as Mat. xvii. 2. the fun, and his rayment was white as · Luk. ix. Mar. ix. 3. light, *shining exceeding white as snow; 29. 30.

so as no fuller on earth can white them. Mat. xvii. 3. * And behold there appeared unto them,

4. Moses and Elias. *And they were talk- d Mat. xvii. Luk. ix. 31. ing with Jesus, * who appeared in glo- 3.

ry, and spake of his decease, which he 32. Thould accomplish at Jerusalem. But Peter and they that were with him,


Mar. ix.

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