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Anno Ærat. 32. Minift. 3.1
necessity of continuing instant in
Luk. xviii. ND [Fefus] fpake a parable to
them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint; fay
There was in a city a judge, " which feared not God, neither re 3." garded man. And there was a wi"dow in that city, and she came to
him, saying, Avenge me of mine 4os adversary. And he would not for a “ while: but afterward he said with
in himself, Though I fear not God, 5:“ nor regard man; Yer because this " widow troubleth me, I will avenge
her, left by her continual coming The 6. " weary me. And the Lord said, Hear
what the unjust judge faith. And
shall not God avenge his own ele&t,
« tell you that he will avenge them
And he spake this parable to certain
were righteous, and despised others; Jo.“ Two men went up into the Temple to pray; the one a Pharisee, and the
Anno other a Publican. The Pharifee ftood 11. Luk. xviii, Ætat, 22. " and prayed thus with himself: God I .
: Minift. 3. “ thank thee, that I am not as other
men are, extortioners, unjust, adul.
terers, or even as this Publican. I 12.
standing afar off, would not lift up
smote on his breast, saying, God be
justified rather than the other : for
every one that exalteth himself, shall RC be abafed ; and he that humbleth him« felf shall be exalted.
Jesus goes to Jerusalem against the Temple.
Solomon's Porch concerning the
ND it was at Jerusalem the feast 22.
of dedication, and it was win.
ye believed not; the works that I do
26.66 ness of me.
name, they bear wit- Anno Joh. x.
But ye believe not, be- cat. 32.
voice, and I know them, and they
eternal life, and they shall never pe-
of my father's hand. I and my fa-
answered them, Many good works c have I Mewed you from my father ;
“ for which of those works do ye stone
but for blasphemy, and because that thoa,
sus answered them, “Is it not written
" in your Law, I said, ye arę Gods? 35." If he called them Gods, unto whom
the word of God came, and the 36.“ Scripture cannot be broken : Say ye “ of him whom the father hath fanéti
fied, and sent into the world, Thou
blasphemeft; because I said I am the
“ I do, though ye believe not me, be-
- and believe, that the father is in me,
again to take him: but he escaped out Temple. i Ætat. 33. of their hand. Minist. 4.
The End of the Third Year of Christ's
S E C T. CX.
Jesus goes into Judea beyond Jordan.
He Shews the unlawfulness of di-
ND it came to pass, that when Coast of Judes
Jesus had finished these sayings, beyond Jordan. * Mar. X. 1, " he departed from Galilee, and came 1. Mar. xix. Joh. x. 40. into the coasts of Judea, beyond Jordan,
*into the place where John at first bapti-40. Joh. X. Mar. X. 1. Zed; and there he abode *,* And great 2 Mat. xix. Joh. x. 41. multitudes followed him Ý, and as he 1 Mar. X.
Mat. xix, went, he taught them again, tand he heal. 2. ed them there * and (they] said, Fohn did 41. Joh. x. no miracle : but all things that John spake
of this man were true. And many be- 42. "Mar.x.2, lieved on him there. ** The Pharisees
Mar, xix, 5, 6, 7, 8, also came unto him, tempting him, and
faying unto him, Is it lawful for a man
Mar. X. 3.
Coast of Judea" flesh. What therefore God hath joyn- Anno beyond Jordan.« ed together, let not man put asunder. Fica 33.
* And he answered and said unto them, Mar. xix 7. What did Moses command you? * They
Moses, because of the Mar. X. 5
committeth adultery: and whoso “ marrieth her which is put away, doth
commit adultery. Mar. X.
* And in the houfe his disciples ask11. ed him again of the same matter. And he faith unto them, " Whosoever shall
put away his wife, and marry ano.
ther, committeth adultery against her. “ And if a woman shall put away her
“ husband, and be married to another, Mat. xix. 10. - The committeth adultery. * His dif
* . ciples say unto him, If the case of the
man be fo with his wife, it is not good to
men cannot receive this saying, fave
are some Eunuchs, which were so