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Ærat. 31.
Minist. 2.


The Pharisees reprove Christ's Dif

ciples for plucking the ears of Corn
on the Sabbath.

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Luke vi. 1. * ND it came to pass on the second .Mar.xii.i.

fabbath after the first, that [Fe[us] Mar. ii. 23. went through the corn fields, and his Disciples plucked the ears of corn, and

did eat, rubbing them in their hands. Mar. xii.

* But when the Pharisees saw it they Mar.ii.24. said unto him, Behold thy disciples do Luk. vi. 2.

that which is not lawful upon the fabLuk. vi. 3. bath day. * And Jesus answering them, Mat.xii.3.


have ye not read so much as this, Mar. ii. 25, what David did, when himself was an

hungred, and they which were with Mar. ii. 26." him? * How he went into the house .Mar.xii.4.

of God in the days of Abiathar the Luk. vi. 4. Luke vi. 4." high priest, * and did take and eat Mat.xii.4.

the sew bread, and gave also to Mar.ii. 28. them that were with him, which is

not lawful to eat, but for the priests Nat. xii. s.“ alone? * Or have ye not read in the

Law, how that on the fabbath days « the priests in the temple prophane 6. the sabbath, and are blameless? But

“ I say unto you, that in this place is Mar. .


one greater than the temple. * And he

faid unto them, The sabbath was e

“ made for man, and not man for the Mar. xii. 7." sabbath. * But if ye had known what this meaneth, (Hosea vi. 6.] I will have



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Jesus cureth a man that had a wi-

thered hand on the fabbath day;
at which the Jews being offen- .
ded, take counsel against him.

ND when [Jesus] was departed 9. Mar. xii. • Mat. xii. thence ** it came to pass also on 6. Luke vi.

another fabbath, that he entred into the Mar, iii, 1, Synagogue and taught: and there was

a man whose right hand was withered.
And the Scribes and Pharisees watched 7.
him whether he would heal on the
fabbath day : that they might find an
accusation against him. But he knew their 8.
thoughts, and said unto the man which
had the withered hand, Rise up, and
stand forth in the mids. And he arose
and stood forth. * And they asked him 10. Mat. xii:
faying, It is lawful to heal on the fab-
bath days ? that they might accuse him.
“ And he said unto them, what man 11.

shall there be among you, that shall have
“ one theep, and if it fall into a pit on

the fabbath day, will he not lay hold

on it, and lift it out? How much " then is a man better than a sheep? " wherefore it is lawful to do well on

the fabbath days.



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Luk. vi. - 9. * a Then said Jesus unto them I will Anno ask you one thing, Is it lawful on the ætat. 31.

Minist. 2. fabbath days to do good or to do evil? to a Mar.iii. 4. Mar. iii. 4. save life or to destroy it? * But they

held their peace.

b And when he had looked round a- bout on them with anger, being grieved for the hardness of their hearts, he · Mat. xii.

faith unto the man, stretch forth thine 13, 14. Miracle. band. And he stretched it out: and his Luk. vi.13.

hand was restored whole as the other.

And the Pharisees went forth with
the Herodians, and straightway took

counsel against him, how they might Luk. vi. 11. destroy him. * And they were filled

with madness and communed one with

another what they might do to Jesus. Mat. xii. 15. * But when Jesus knew it, he withdrew

himself from thence.





Jesus withdraweth himself to the

Sea, where a great multitude fol-
low him, to hear him, and be

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UT Jesus withdrew himself with

his disciples to the sea :
great multitude followed him from Ga- 15.
8. lilee and from Judea. And from Jeru-
falem, and from Idumea, and from be.
yond Jordan : and they about Tyre and
Sidon, a great multitude when they
had heard what great things he did,




Anno came unto him. And he spake to his 9. Mar. iii. Ætar, 31. disciples, that a small ship Thould wait

a Minist. 2.

on him, because of the multitude, lest
a · Mat. xii. they should throng him. "For he had 10.
IS. healed many, insomuch that they pres-

sed upon him for to touch him, as ma-
ny as had plagues. And unclean spirits 11.
when they saw him, fell down before

him, and cried, saying, Thou art the Mat. xii. son of God.

And he straightly char- 12. 16. ged them, that they should not make

him known. * That it might be fulfilled 17. Mat. xii.
which was spoken by Esaias the prophet
[xlii. i. ] saying, Behold my servant 18.
whom I have chojen, my beloved in whom
my soul is well pleased : I will put my
Spirit upon him, and be shall shew judge-
ment to the Gentiles. He shall not 19.
ftrive, nor cry, neither shall any man
hear his voice in the streets. A brui-
Sed reed shall he not break, and smoak-
ing flax shall be not quench, till be
send forth Judgment unto Vi&tory.
And in his name shall the Gentiles 21.


S E c T. XLY.
The chusing of the twelve Apostles. Galilee.
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ND it came to pass in those days, 12. Luk. vi. • Mar. iii. that he went out into a moun13. tain to pray, and continued all night in

prayer to God. And when it was day 13.

he called unto him his disciples : * and 13. Mar. ili, . Mar. iii. they came unto him, * d and of them he 13. Luk. vi.



chose 14. Mar. iii.

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Galilee. chose twelve * that they should be with Anno
Luk. vi

. 13. him, * whom also he named Apostles : Ara 31. Mar. iii. 14. * and that he might send them forth to

15. preach: and to have power to heal fick

nesses, and to caft out devils. Luke vi. 14.

*. Simon (whom he also named Pe- . Mar. iii. Mar. iii. 17. ter) and Andrew his brother, * " And 16. 11.

h Luk. vi. James the son of Zebedee, and John the

14, 15. brother of James, and he firnamed them

Boanerges, which is the sons of Thun18. der.) And Philip and Bartholomew

and Matthew, and Thomas, and James Luk. iv. 16. the son of Alpheus. * And Judas (also Mar. iii. 18. 3 called] * Thaddeus, * the brother of Luk. vi. 16. James, and Simon* the Cananite * called Mar. iiis .

'c . Luk. vi. 13:} Zelotes * ' and Judas Iscariot, which 18. 15

d Luk. vi. Mat. iii. 19. also betrayed him.




Jesus goes into the plain with the
Apostles, and his other Disciples,
and is followed by a multitude
to be healed of their diseases;
his friends seek to lay hold of

Luke vi. 17.


ND he came down with them,

and stood in the plain, and the company of his disciples, and a great multitude of people out of all Judea and Jerusalem, and from the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon, which came to hear him, and to be healed of their diseases ;


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