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The Temple." man will do his will, he fhall know Anno
20. The people answered and faid, Thou
Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judg«ment.
Then faid fome of them of Jerufa. lem, Is not this be whom they feek to 26. kill? But lo be fpeaketh boldly, and they Say nothing unto him: Do the rulers know indeed that this is the very Chrift? 27 Howbeit we know this man whence he is; but when Chrift cometh, no man knoweth whence he is.
Then cried Jefus in the temple as he The Temple. Atar. 32. taught, faying," Ye both know me, 28. John vii. Minift. 3. and ye know whence I am and I
am not come of my felf, but he that
And many of the people believ'd on him, and faid, When Chrift cometh, will be do more miracles than those which this man bath done?
The Pharifees heard that the people 32.
Then faid the Jews among themselves, 35. Whither will be go, that we shall not find him? Will he go to the difperfed among the Gentiles, and teach the Gentiles? What manner of faying is this 36. that he faid, Ye shall feek me, and shall not find me; and where I am, thither ye cannot come?
John vii. 37.
Jefus Speaks again in the Temple the
N the last day, that great day of the feaft, Jefus ftood and cried, faying, If any man thirst, let him come unto me 38. and drink. He that believeth on me,
as the Scripture bath faid, out of his bel 39. ly fhall flow rivers of living water. (But
this fpake he of the Spirit, which they that believe should receive, for the Holy Ghost was not yet given, because that Jefus was not yet glorified) Many of the people therefore, when they heard this faying, faid, Of a truth this 41. is the prophet. Others faid, This is
the Chrift. But fome faid, Shall Chrift 42. come out of Galilee? Hath not the Scrip
ture faid, that Chrift cometh of the feed
Then came Officers to the chief priests and Pharifees; and they faid unto them, Why have ye not brought him?
46. The officers anfwer'd, Never man pake
like this man. Then answered them
the Pharifees, Are ye alfo deceived? The Temple. Atat. 32. Have any of the Rulers or of the Pha-47. Joh. vii. Minift. 3. rifees believed on him? But this people 48. who knoweth not the Law are curfed. Nicodemus faith unto them, (He that so. came to Jefus by night, being one of them) Doth our Law judge any man be- 51. fore it hear him, and know what he doeth? They answered and faid unto him, 52. Art thou alfo of Galilee? Search and look; for out of Galilee arifeth no Prophet. And every man went to his own 53. house.
The Judgment of Chrift concerning an
JESUS went unto the mount of 1. Joh. vii.
Olives: early in the morning 2. he came again into the temple, and all the people came unto him; and he far down, and taught them.
And the Scribes and Pharifees brought 3. unto him a woman taken in Adultery; and when they had fet her in the mids, They say unto him, Mafter, this wo-4. man was taken in adultery, in the very alt. Now Mofes in the Law command-s. ed us, that fuch fhould be ftoned; but what fayeft thou? This they faid, tempt-6. ing him, that they might have to accufe him. But Jefus tooped down. and with his finger wrote on the ground as tho' he heard them not.
So when they continued asking him, Anno
The Temple. Joh. viii. 7he lift up himself, and faid unto them, at 32, He that is without fin amongst you, let Minist. 3. 8.bim firft caft a ftone at her. And again he stooped down, and wrote on the 9. ground. And they which heard it, be, ing convicted in their own confcience, went out one by one; beginning at the eldeft, even unto the laft, and Jefus was left alone, and the woman ftanding in the midft.
To. When Jefus had lift up himself, and
SECT. LXXXVII. ·
Jesus's Difcourfe concerning himself,
13. The Pharifees therefore faid unto him,
14. Jefus answered and faid unto them,