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that thou art true, and teachest the Jerusalem. Aitar 33: way of God in truth, 'neither carest thou Mar. xii. Minift. 4. for any man : for thou regardest not the

person of men. Tell us therefore, what
thinkest thou? Is it lawful to give tri.

bute unto Cæfar, or not?
“Mat. xxii. give, or Mall we not give? *But he

perceived their craftiness, and said unto

them, Why tempt ye me, *ye hypocrites ? Mar. xxii. d Mar. xii. " Shero me the tribute money. And they 18, 19. 15, 16, 17. brought him a penny. And he faith unto 20. Luk. XX.

them, Whose is this image and super-
Scription? They say unto him, Cæfars.
Then saith he unto them, Render therefore 2t.
unto Cæfar the things which are Cæsars,
and unto God the things that are Gods.

* And they could not take hold of his 26. Luk. XX. *Mat. xxii. words before the people. And they

marvelled at his answer, and held their

* and left him and went their 22. Mat. xxija way.

Jesus silences the Sadducees, who put

captious questions to him concern-
ing the resurrection. He answers
the Lawyer who asked which was
the greatest Commandment ? And
silences the Pharisees,' by putting
to them a question concerning the

* Mat. xxii. HE same day came to him * a cer. 23. Mat. xxii.

Luk. XX, Mar. xii.

that there is any resurrection) and asked 18, 19.



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Ætat. 33.
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Luk. XX.30:

e Luk. XX.

Terusalem. him, saying, Master, Mofes wrote unto Anno
Lnk. XX. 28:

us, If any man's brother die, having a
wife, and be die without children, that

his brother should take his wife, and raise Mat. xxii. 25. feed to his brother. * Now ibere were “Mar.xii

. 20 with us seven brethren, and the first Luk.xx.29. when he had married a wife, deceafed,

and having no isue, left his wife unto Mar. 12. 21. bis brother. * And the second took her, Mat. xxii.

and died, neither left he any seed. And. 26, Luk. XX. 31. the third likewife. * d And in like man- a Mar. xii.

ner the seven also; and they left no 22.

32. children, and died. Last of all the wo- Mat. xx.27, Mar. xii. 23man died also. * In the refurre&tion 28, 29. therefore, when they shall rise; whose

33, 34. wife shall she be of them? for the seven 34. had her to wife. And Jesus answering, said unto them, “Do ye not therefore

, err, because


know not the fcrip-
tures, neither the power of God?
u * The children of this world marry, Mat: xxiis

" and are given in marriage. But they
u which shall be accounted worthy to
“ obtain that world, and the resurrecti-

on from the dead, neither marry; nor
are given in marriage; neither can

they die any more; for they are equal
“ unto the angels, and are the children

“ of God, being the children of the Mar. xii. 26." resurrection. *8 And as touching the : Mat. XXŃ. “ dead, that they rise, have ye not read 31; 32.

, “ in the book of Moses, how in the Zuk. xx. “ bush God spake unto him, saying,

I am the God of Abraham, and the “ God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. 278" He is not the God of the dead, but


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Anno " the God of the living. * For all live Jerusalem. Ætat. 33. “ unto him. * Ye therefore do great- 38. Luk. xx. .

XX * And when the multitude heard this 33. Mat. xxiis

27. Mar. xii. they were astonished at his doctrine. But when the Pharisees had heard that

he had put the Sadducees to silence, they
were gathered together. Then one of 35.
them which was a Lawyer * having 28. Mar. xii.

heard them reasoning together, and per.

ceiving that he had answered well,
* Mar. xii* * asked him

a question, tempting him, 35. Mat. xxii. and saying, Master, which is the great 36. commandment in the law ? Jefus said 37 unto him,

6 * The firft of all the com- 29. Mar. xit "mandments is, Hear, Israel, the

O ,
• Mat. xxii. Lord our God is one Lord ;

thou shalt love the Lord thy God
with all thy heart and with all thy foul,
" and with all thy mind, and with all thy

ftrength: *« This is the first and great 38. Mat xxits c Mar. xii.

66 commandment. And the second is like

d Mat. xxii.
“ unto it, * namely this, Thou shalt

31. Mar.xis 39.

“ love thy neighbour as thy felf: there
" is none other commandment greater
* than thefe. * On thefe two com- 40. Mat. xxii,

“ mandments hang all the law and the
• Luk. XX

prophets. ** And the Scribe said 32. Mar. xiis 39. unto him, Hell master, thou hast said

the truth: for there is one God,' and
there is none other but be. And 10 love 34.
him with all the heart, and with all the
understanding, and with all the foul, and
with all the strengib, and to love his
neighbour as himself, is more than all
whole burnt offerings and sacrifices.


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Ærat. 33.
Minift. 4.

Jerusalem. And when Jesus faw that he answered Anno
Mar. xii. 34• discreetly, he said unto him, Thou art

not far from the kingdom of God. And

no man after that, durst ask him any
Temple. question.
Mar. xxii, 41.

* While the Pharisees were gathered
Mar. xii. 35. together, Jesus asked them, * while he
Mat. xxii. 42. taught in the temple, * saying, “What
Mar. xii. 35.6 think ye of Christ? ** How fay the Mat. xxii.

Scribes that Christ is the son of Da-42, 43, 44,
vid? For David himself said by the Luk.xx.41,
Holy Ghost

, [Psal

. cx. 1.] The Lord 42, 43, 44 said to my Lord, fit thou on my right

band, till I make thine enemies thy 37." foot-stool. David therefore himself

calleth him Lord, and whence is he " then his son ?

And the common people heard him
Mat. xxii. 46. gladly, * And no man was able to an-

Iwer him a word; neither durft any Luk. xx.
man (from that day forth) ask him any 40.
more questions.




Jesus vehemently inveighs against the

Vices of the Pharisees and Lawyers.
. . Then in the audience of all the people

spake Jesus to the multitude, e Mar. xii.
2. and to his disciples, saying, The Scribes 38.

" and Pharisees fit in Mofes feat. All Luk. xx.450
" therefore whatsoever they bid you ob-

serve, thać observe and do: but do
not ye after their works; for they


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fay, and do not. * • Beware of the Jerusalem. Scribes. * For they bind heavy bur

thens, and grievous to be born, and 38. Mar. xii. 46. lay them on men's shoulders: but 4. Mac. xxiii.

they themselves will not move them
“ with one of their fingers. But all s.

their works they do, for to be seen of
men: they make broad their (t) Phy-
lacteries, and enlarge the borders of

they desire to 46. Luk. yxi walk in long robes, * and love falu- 38. Mari siis * Mat.xxjii. tations in the market places; and

« 6, 7. as the chief seats in the synagogues,

and the uppermost rooms at feaits;

* and to be called of men Rabbi, Már: xxiii. " Rabbi. But be not ye called Rabbi: 8.

for one is your master, even Christ,
and all ye are brethren. And cail no 9:
man your father upon the earth: for

one is your father which is in heaven.
« Neither be ye called masters: for one 10.

is your matter, even Christ. But he 11.
that is greatest among you, shall be

your servant. And whosoever shall
« exalt himself, shall be abased; And 121

he that shall humble himself, shall
6 be exalted.

“ But wo unto you Scribes and Pha

risees, Hypocrites; for ye shut up “ the kingdom of heaven against men : “ for ye neither go


your selves, neiu ther suffer ye them that are entring to

(t) Phyla&teries was a Parchment in which was wric the Commandments of God, which tie Pharisees for Ostentacion fake used to wear on their Foreheads, or cyed about their Armsá





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