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Jericho. passover, to, purifie themselves. Then Anno
Joh. xi. 56. fought they for Jesus, and spake among Minift.**

Ætat. 33. themselves, as they stood in the temple,

What think ye that he will not come to
57. the feast? Now both the chief Priests

and the Pharisees had given a command-
ment, that if any man knew where he
were, he should shew it, that they
might take him.

Then Jesus fix days before the passo-
Bethany ** - ver, came to Bethany, where Lazarus

was which had been dead, whom he
raised from the dead. There they made
him a supper, and Martha served : but

Lazarus was one of them that fat at
the table with him. Then took Mary

a pound of Ointment, of Spikenard,
.: very costly, and anointed the feet of

Jesus, and wiped his feet with her hair:

and the house was filled with the odour 4. of the Ointment. Then faith one of

his disciples, Judas. Iscariot, Simon's s. son, which should betray him, Why was

not this ointment sold for three hundred 6. pence, and given to the poor? : This he said, not that he cared for the poor ; but because he was a thief, and had the

bag, and bare what was put therein. 7. Then said Jesus, Let ber alone; against

the day of my burying hath she kept this. 8. For the poor always ye have with you. ; g. but me ye have not always. Much people of the Jews therefore knew that he was there: and they came not for Jesus sake only, but that they might see Lazarus also, whom he had raised from the



dead. But the chief Priefts consulred Bethany, #cat. 33. that they might put Lazarus also to 10. Joh. xii. Minist. 4. death. Becaufe that by reason of him 11.


many of the Jews went away, and be
lieved on Jesus.

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Jesus goes to Jerusalem riding on an

Afs, and attended with Acclama-
tions of the People, at which the
Pharisees are inraged. He drives
the Traders out of the Temple, Cures
the Sick. The Boys follow him
with Acclamations, to the great
vexation of the Sanhedrim.



ND when Jesus had thus spoken. 28. Luk. xix.
* On the next day, * he went be- 12. Joh. xii.

28.Luk.xix. * Mat. xxi. fore ascending to Jerufalem. ** And

Mar. xio 1, 2. when they came nigh to Jerusalem, unLuk. xix.

to Bethphage and Bethany, at the Bethphage. 29, 30

Mount of Olives, [fefus] sendeth forth
two of his disciples And faith unto 2. Mar. Xsó
them, “Go your way into the village
“ over against you; and as soon as ye
" be entred into it * ye shall find an a. Mat. xxi.

ass tied, and a colt with her, * where- 2. Mar. xi.
on never man sat: loose him, and 30. Luk. sis.

. $ | Mat. xxi." bring him * hither.

And if any man 31. 3

ask you why do ye loose him? thus Mar. xi. 3. “ shall ye lay unto him, Because the 3.

" Lord hath need of him. * And 4. Mai. xxi.

straightway he will send him hither. * All this was done that ir might be



Mar. xid

Ærat. 33: Minift. 4.



Mar. xi.

Bethphage. filled which was spoken by the prophet Anno
Zachariah ix. 9.] saying, Tell ye

daughter of Sion, Bebold thy King com-
eth unto thee, meck and fitting upon

an ass, and a colt, the fole of an afs. Mar, xi. 4. * . And they went their way, and found Mar. xxi.

the colt tied by the door without, in a Luk.xix.32

place where two ways met : and they Luk. xix. 33. loose him. * And as they were loofing • Mar. xi. 5.

the colt, the ownets thereof said unto 6. them, Why loojë ye the colt? * And

they said unto them even as Jesus had Luk.xix.34} commanded : * The Lord harh need of .

: Mar. xi. 6.5 bim. * And they let them go. And

7. they brought the colt to Jefus : * ¢ And · Mat. xxi. Luk. xix. 35. they cast their garments upon the colt, Mar. xi. 7.

. and they set Jesus thereon. Joh. xii. 12.

* Much people that were come to the feast, when they heard that Jesus was

coming to Jerusalem, took branches of 13. Palm-trees, and went forth to meet

him, and cried, Hosanna, blessed is the

king of Israel that comeib in the name 14. of the Lord. And Jesus when he had

found a young ass, sat thereon į as 35. it is written, Fear not, daughter of Sion.

Behold thy king cometh, firting upon an
16. alles colt. These things understood not

his disciples at the first : but when Jesus
was glorified, then remembred they thae
these things were written of him, and
that they had done these things unto

17. The People therefore that was with

him when he called Lazarus out of his
Grave, and raised him from the dead,



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bare record. For this cause the people The way to. ACC: 33. also met him, for that they, heard that Jerusalem.. Minift. 4.

18. he had done this Miracle. * And as he

36. Luk. xix. a Mar. xi.8. went

* a

a very great multitude spread 8. Mat. xxi. Luk. xix. their garments in the way; others cut

. 36. down branches from the trees, and

strewed them in the way. * And when 37. Luk: xixo

he was come nigh, even now at the debMat.xxi.g. scent of the mount of Olives, the I Mar. xi. 9. whole multitude of the disciples begani

to rejoice, and praise God with a loud : 1

voice for all the mighty works that they « Mar.xi.g. had seen, * saying, Hosanna to the fon 9.

Mar. xxi. Mat. xxi.9. of David: * Blessed be the king that 38. Luk. xix.

cometh in the name of the Lord: peace
in heaven, and glory in the highest.
* Blessed be the kingdom of our father 10 Mar. x1,

David that cometh in the name of the • Mat. xxi. Lord, "Hosanna in the highest. * And 39. Luk. xix. g. some of the Pharisees from among the

multitude, faid unto him, Master, re-
buke thy disciples. And he answered 40.

and said unto them, I tell you, that if
these should hold their peace, the stones
would immediately cry out. * The Pha: 19. foh. xii.
rifees therefore faid among themselves,
Perceive ye how ye prevail nothing 2 be-
hold, the world is gone after him,

* And when he was come near, he 41. Luk. xix.
beheld the city, and wept over it, fay-
ing, If thou hadst known, even thou, 42.

at least in this thy day, the things
“ which belong unto thy peace! but now
" they are hid from thine eyes. For the

days shall come upon thee, that thine
« enemies shall cast a trench about thee,
and compass thee round, and keep thee


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Near Jerusa- in on every fade. And shall lay thee Anno kem. 44.66 even with the ground, and thy children tara 33:

Minift. 4 " within thee; and they shall not leave “ in thee one store upon another, be

caufe thou knewest not the time of

“thy visitation. Jerusalem. * And when he was come into FeruMat. xxi. 10. falem, all the city was moved, faying,

11. Who is this? And the multitude faid,

This is Jesus the prophet of Nazareth Mar. xi. 15. of Galilée. * And they came to Jerus

. Temple.

falem : * and Jesus went into the tem- " Mat. xxi.
ple, and began to cast out them that 12.
fold and bought in the temple, and o. Luk. xix.
verthrew the tables of the money chan. 45.

gers, and the feats of them that fold Mar-xid 15. doves; And would not fuffer that any

man should carry any vesfel through the 17. temple. And he taught, faying unto Mat. xxi.

them, Is it not written, my house mall be 13; called of all nations the house of prayer Luk. XIX.

have made it a den of thieves. MH. XXI. 14.

* And the blind and the lame came
to him in the temple, and he healed
15: them. And when the chief Priests and

Scribes faw the wonderful things that
he did, and the children crying in the
temple, and faying, Hosanna to the fon

of David; they were fore displeased,
16. and faid unto him, Hearest thou what

rhefe fay? And Jesus saith unto them,
Yea, have ye nevčt read, [Psal. viii. 3.
out of the mouth of babes and sucklings

thou hast perfetted praise?
Zuk xix. 47 * And he taught daily in the temple,
but the chief Prieits and the Scribes,




but ye

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