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were heavy with sleep: and when they Territory of Par32. were awake, they saw

his glory, and the Cæfarea PhiMinist, 3. two men that stood with him. And it

lippi. • Mat. xvii. - Peter faid unto Jefus, Master, it is

came to pass as they departed from him, 33. Luk. ix.

good for us to be here; and let us make Mar.ix.s;6. i bree tabernacles, one for thee, and one

for Mofes, and one for Elias : not know-

ing what he said, * for they were fore 6. Mar. ix. fLuk. ix. affraid. *While he yet spake behold


Mar. xvii. a bright cloud overshadowed them: *and

34. Luk. ix. Mar. ix.7. they feared as they entred into the cloud, * hand behold a voice out of the


Mat. xvii. "Luk.ix.35. cloud, which said, This is my beloved

fon, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye
him. And when the disciples heard it; 6.
they fell on their face, and were fore
affraid. And Jesus came and touched 7:

them, and said, Arise, and be not affraid. 8. Mar. ix. Mat. xvii. * i And suddenly when they had looked

round about, they saw no man any more Luk. ix. 36. save Jesus only with themselves. "And 9. k Mar.svii.

as they came down from the mountain, 9.

he charged them that they should tell
no man what things they had seen, till
the son of man were rifen from the dead.
And they kept that saying within them- 10.
selves, * and they kept it close, and

36. Luk. ix.
told no man in those days any of those
things which they had seen, * question- 10. Mar. ix.
ing one with another what the rising

from the dead should mean. iMac.ix.11. *' And his disciples asked him, say- 10. Mat. xvii

. ing, Why then say the Scribes, that Elias - Mat. xvij must first come? *m And he anfwered

12. Mar. ix. II, 12, and told them, Elias verily.cometh first,







Territory of and restoreth all things: and how it is Anno Cæsaréa Phi- written of the son of man, that he muft iraton 32 lippi.

Minift. Suffer many ibings, and be set at nought. Mar. ix. 13. But I say unto you that Elias is indeed Mat

. xvii. 12. come * already, and they knew him nof, Mar. ix. 13. ** And they have done unto him what fo-nMat. xvii.

ever they lifted, as it is written of him. 12. Mat. xvii. 12. * Likewife shall alfo the fon of man suf

13.fer of them. Then the disciples under

stood that he fpake unto them of John
the Baptist.

Jefus cureth a Boy possessed with a

dumb Dæmon, which his Apostles
could not caft out.

Luk. ix. 37.



ND it came to pass, that on the

next day, when they were come

down from the hill, much people met Mar. ix. 14. him.'* And when he came to his dis

ciples, he saw a grear multitude about

them, and the Scribes questioning with 15. them. And straightway all the people

when they beheld him, were greatly

amazed, and running to him, faluted

16. him. And he asked the Scribes, What Mats Kvii. 14. question ye with them? And when they Luk. ix. 38. were come to the multitude, * behold .


a man of the company one of the mulMac.xvii, 14 titude * kneeling down to him * cried Luk. ix. 38.; out, saying, Mafter [or] Lord * Thave Mat.s.vii. 15 3 brought unto thee my Ton, which bath a Matrika:17dumb Spirit: 1 bejecchihee look upon ix


Mar. ix.

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my son, * have mercy on my son, * for Territory of Ætat. 32. he is my only child. "'* For he is lunatick Cæfarea PhiMinist. and fore vexed: for oft times he fal


is. Már. xvii. leih into the fire, and oft into the water. 38. Luk. ix. •Mar.ix.18. *.And lo, a Spirit taketh him, and he is. Mat. xvii.

suddenly crieth out, and it'.teareth him 39. Luk. ix. and he foameth again ; *and gnasheth 18.; Mar." ix. with his teeth and pineth' away: * and 39. Luk. IX.

bruising bim hardly departeth from him. Mar. ix. b And I brought him * to thy disciples and [16.Mar.xvii 18 befought (them). * that ihey should cast ?40. Luk. ix. Luk. ix. him out, and they could not cure him. { 16. Marsz vi 40, 41.

Then Jesus answered and said, O faith- 17.
less and perverse generation, how long
Shall I be with you? how long Mall 1 fuf. 41. Luk. ix.
fer you? bring * thy fon * hither to me. i7.Mat xvii
* And they brought him unto him : 20. Mar. ix.
* and as he was yet a coming, *and 542. Luk.ix.
he saw him, Itraightway * the devil ? 22. Mar. ix.
threw him down and taré him, * and 42. Luk. ix.
he fell on the ground and wallowed
foaming. And he asked his father, How
long it is ago since this came unto him?
And he said, Of a child. And oftimes 22.
it hath cast him into the fire, and into
the waters to destroy bim: but if thou.
canst do any thing, have compassion on
us, and help us. Jesus said unto him, 23.
If thou can't believe, all things are pof-
sīble to him that believeth. And straight- 24.
way the father of the child cried out,
and said with tears, Lord, I believe;
help thou mine unbelief. When Jesus 25.
saw that the people came running to-
gether, he rebuked the foul spirit,

laying unto him, Thou dumb, and deaf Miracle
Luk. ix.42.


20. Mar, ix. 21.

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Mar. xvii.

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Territory of Spirit, I charge thee come out of him, Anno Cæfarea Phi- and enter no more into him. And the Ærat. 32. lippi.

Minist. 3. Mar. ix. 26. Spirit cried, and rent him fore, *d and

Mar.ix.26. Mac. xvii. 18. he departed out of him; *and he was as Mar. ix. 26. one dead, insomuch that many said, He 3;

27. is dead. But Jesus took him by the hand, Mac. xvii. 18. and lifted him up, and he arose. *And

the child was cured from that very Luk. ix. 42. hour * and he delivered him again to

his father.


The Disciples question Jesus why they were

could not cast out the dumb Spirit. Mar, ix. 28. Mat. xvii. 19. AND when he was come into the ‘Mar.ix.28.

house, a* Then came the disciples to Jesus apart, and said, Why could not

we cast him out? And Jesus said unto 20. them, “Because of your unbelief: for

verily I say unto you, If ye have “ faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye $ shall say unto this mountain, remove

s hence to yonder place, and nothing 21.” Thall be impossible to you. "Howbeit "Mar.ix.26

" this kind goeth not out, but by Luk ix. 43. “ prayer and fasting. * And they were

s. all amazed at the mighty power of


6 God.


Anno Ærat. 32. Minift. 3.


Jesus goeth into Galilee, foretells his Galilee.

Death and Resurrection, which
bis Disciples comprehend not.

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UT while they wondred every one 43. Luk. ix. at all things which

Jesus did * they 30. Mar. ix. departed thence and passed through Ga- 22. Mat. xvii. lilee; and while they abode in Galilee, 30. Mar. ix.

he would not that any man should know · Mat. for he taught his disciples: * "he 31.

said unto his disciples, Let ihese sayings 43. Luk. ix. Mar. ix.31. • Mat. xvii: Jink down into your ears: for the son 44.

of man Mall * be betrayed into the hands 22. Mar xvii , Mar.ix.31.of men: *° and they shall kill him, and 31. Mar. ix. Luk.ix.44. after that he is killed, he shall rise the 45. Luk. ix. *Mat. xvii. ihird day. * * But they understood not Mar.ix.31. that saying, and it was hid from them, that they perceived it not.

$23.Mat.xvii •Mar.ix.32. they were exceeding sorry, ** and they 45. Luk. ix.

feared to ask him of that saying.

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* And

Jesus pays the Tribute Money. Capernaum.

ND when they were come to Ca


Mac. xvii, pernaum, theythat received tribute money, came to Peter, and said, Doth not your Mafter pay tribute? He faith, yes. And when he was come into the

25. house, Jesus prevented him, saying, What ihinkest ihou, Simon? Of whom do


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