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and the chief of the people fought to Temple. Acar: 33. destroy him. And could not find what 48. Luk. xixs Minift. 4. they might do: for all the people were
very attentive to hear him.
SE CT: CXX.
Jesus. His Speech concerning his
ND there were certain Greeks a. 20. Joh. xii.
mong them, that came up to wor-
hour is come, that the son of man
unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall
alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth
any man serve me, him will my Fa-
. R 2
" bled ;
Jerusalem. bled; and what shall I fay? Father Anno
< fave me from this hour: but for this Ætat. 33. 28." caufe came I unto this hour. Father
glorifie thy name. Then came there a voice from heaven, saying, I have
both glorified it, and will glorifie it again. 29. The people therefore that stood by,
and heard it, faid, That it thundred:
others faid, an angel Spake to him. 30. Jesus answered, and said, “ This voice
came not because of me, but for 31" your fakes: Now is the judgment of
“ this world : now shall the prince of 32.“ this world be cast out. And I, if I
“ be lifted up from the earth, will draw 33.“ all men to me. (This he said, fig.
nifying what death he should die.)
heard out of the Law, that Christ abid-
Son of man must be lift up? who is this
you: walk while ye have the light, « lest darkness come upon you : for he " that walketh in darkness, knoweth
not whither he goeth.' While ye “ have light, believe in the light, that
ye may be the children of light.
These things fpake Jesus and departed, and did hide himself from them. 37. But though he had done so many Mi.
racles before them, yet they believed
the prophet might be fulfilled, which
believed our report, and to whom hath Jerusalem, #car: 33. the arm of the Lord been revealed ? Joh. xii. Minift. 4. Therefore they could not believe, be 39.
cause that Efaias said again, He hath 40.
* And Jesus entred into Jerusalem, 1i. Mar.si,
me. I am come a light into the 45,
me, should not abide in darkness.
the world, but to
hath one that judgeth him; the word
Temple. " Father which sent me, he gave me a Anno
mę commandment, what I should say, Ætar. 33.
and what I should speak. And I Miñist. 4: “ know that his commandment is life " everlasting: whatsoever I speak there
fore, even as the Father said unto me Bethany,
“ fo I speak. Mar. xi. And now the even-tide was come, Mat. xxi. 17.* And he left them, and went out of
the city into Bethany, and lodged there 1!.* with the twelve.
Jerusalem, curfes the barren Figo
Mar. xi. 12. 2 ND on the morrow in the morn-
ing, * when they were come from
. 18: Bethany, * as he returned into the city, Parxi.
he hungred, * 6 And seeing a fg-tree • Mar. xi.
but leaves: for the time of figs was not
to it, No man cat ruit of thee hereafter
for ever. And his disciples heard it, Mat. xxi. 19.
* And presently the fig tree withered ag, xia 18. away.
* And the Scribes and chief Priests heard it, and sought how they
Anno might destroy him: for they feared Near JerusaÆrar. 33. him, because all the people was asto.
lem. Mipift. 4 nished at his Doctrine. And when even 19.
was come, he went out of the city,
which those cursedst, is withered away..
“ Have faith in God. For verily I say 23,
unto you, that whosoever shall say
fore I say unto you, what things fo
ever ye defire when ye pray, believe
ing, forgive, if ye have ought against
any: that your Father which is in ç heaven, may forgive you your tref
passes. But if you do not forgive, h neither will your Father which is in
heaven forgive your trespasses,