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The tempest rebuked. S. Luke. The legion cast oute unto the other side of the lake. he would not command them to And they launched forth. go out into the deep.

23 But as they sailed, he fell 32 And there was there an herd asleep: and there came down a of many swine feeding on the storm of wind on the lake; and mountain: and they besought they were filled with water, and him that he would suffer them to were in jeopardy.

enter into them. And he suffer24 And they came to him, and ed them. awoke him, saying, Master, Mas- . 33 Then went the devils out of ter, we perish! Then he arose the man, and entered into the and rebuked the wind, and the swine : and the herd ran violently raging of the water : and they down a steep place into the lake, ceased, and there was a calm. and were choked.

25 And he said unto them, 34 When they that fed them Where is your faith! And they saw what was done, they fled, being afraid, wondered, saying and went and told it in the city, one to another, What manner of and in the country. man is this ! for he commandeth 35 Then they went out to see even the winds and water, and what was done; and came to Jethey obey hiin,

sus, and found the man, out of 26 T Ånd they arrived at the whom the devils were departed, country of the Gadarenes, which sitting at the feet of Jesus, clothis over against Galilee.

ed, and in his right mind: and 27 And when he went forth to they were afraid. land, there met him out of the. 36 They also which saw it, told city, a certain man which had de-them by what means he that was vils long time, and ware no possessed of the devils, was healclothes, neither abode in any ed. house, but in the tombs.

37 I Then the whole multitude 28 When he saw Jesus, he cri- of the country of the Gadarenes, ed out, and fell down before him, round about, besought him to and with a loud voice said, What depart from them; for they were have I to do with thee, Jesus, thou taken with great fear : and he Son of God most high ? I beseech went up into the ship, and returnthee, torment me not.

ed back again. 29 (For he had commanded the 38 Now the man, out of whom unclean spirit to come out of the the devils were departed, beman. For oftentimes it had caught sought him that he might be with him: and he was kept bound him: but Jesus sent him away, with chains and in fetters; and saying, he brake the bands, and was dri- 39 Return to thine own house ven of the devil into the wilder- and shew how great things Godi ness.)

hath done unto thee. And he went 30 And Jesus asked him, his way, and published throughsaying, What is thy name out the whole city how great And he said, Legion; because things Jesus had done unto him. many devils were entered into 40 And it came to pass, that, him.

when Jesus was returned, the 31 And they besought him that people gladly received him :

and they that were with him. said T disciples together, and gave

The Bloody issue bealed. Chap. ix. The apostles seni but. for they were all waiting for him. 51 And when he came into the

41 | And, behold, there came house, he suffered no man to go a man named Jairus, and he was in, save Peter, and James, and a ruler of the synagogue: and he John, and the father and the mofell down at Jesus feet, and be-ther of the maiden. sought him that he would come 52 And all wept, and bewailed into his house :

her: but he said, Weep not; 42 For he hadone only daughter, she is not dead, but sleepeth. about twelve years of age, and she 53 And they laughed him to day a dying: (But, as he went, scorn, knowing that she was dead. the people thronged him.

54 And he put them all out, 43 | And a woman having an and took her by the hand, and issue of blood twelve years, which called, saying, Maid, arise. had spent all her living upon phy- 55 And her spirit came again, sicians, neither could be healed of and she arose straightway: and any,

he coinmanded to give her meat. 44 Came behind him, and 56 And her parents were astotouched the border of his gar- nished: but he charged them that ment: and immediately her issue they should tell no man what was of blood stanched.

done. 45 And Jesus said, Who touch:

CHAP. IX. ed me? When all denied, Peter, Christ sendeth out his disciples.

THEN he called his twelve Master, the multitude throng thee, and press thee, and sayest them power and authority over all thou, Who touched me? devils, and to cure diseases.

46 And Jesus said, Somebody 2 And he sent them to preach hath touched me : for I perceive the kingdom of God, and to heal that virtue is gone out of me. the sick.

47 And when the woman saw 3 And he said unto them, Take that she was not hid, she came nothing for your journey, neither trembling; and, falling down be- staves, nor scrip, neither bread, fore hin, she declared unto him neither money; neither have two before all the people for what coats apiece. cause she had touched him, and 4 And whatsoever house ye how she was healed immediately. enter into, there abide, and

48 And he said unto her, thence depart. Daughter, be of good comfort : 5 And whosoever will not rethy faith hath made thee whole ; ceive you, when ye go out of that go in peace.)

city, shake off the very dust from 49 T While he yet spake, there your feet,' for a testimony against cometh one from the ruler of the them. synagogue's house, saying to him, 6 And they departed, and went Thy daughter is dead; trouble through the towns, preaching the not the Master.

gospel, and healing every where. 50 But, when Jesus heard it, he 7 1 Now Herod, the tetrarch, answered him, saying, Fear not:heard of all that was done by him: believe only, and she shall be and he was perplexed, because made whole,

that it was said of some, that



Five thousand

fed. S. Luke. Christ's transfiguration. John was risen from the dead ; mained

mained to them twelve baskets. 8 And of some, that Elias had 18 | And it came to pass, as he appeared; and of others, that one was alone praying, his disciples of the old prophets was risen were with him: and he asked again.

them, saying, Whom say the 9 And Herod said, John have I people that I am ? beheaded : but who is this of 19 They, answering, said, John whoin I hear such things? And the Baptist: but some say, he desired to see him.

and others say, That one of the 10 | And the apostles, when old prophets is risen again. they were returned, told him all 20 He said unto them, But that they had done. And he took whom say ye that I am ? Peter them, and went aside privately answering, said, the Christof God. into a desert place, belonging to 21 And he straightly charged the city called Bethsaida. them, and commanded them to

11 And the people, when they tell no man that thing; knew it, followed him; and he 22 Saying, The Son of man received them, and spake unto must suffer many things, and be them of the kingdom of God, and rejected of the elders, and chief healed them that had need of heal- priests, and scribes, and be slain, ing.

and be raised the third day. 12 1 And, when the day began 23 | And he said to them all, If to wear away, then came the any man will come after me, let twelve, and said unto him, Send him deny himself, and take up the multitude away, that they his cross daily, and follow me. may go into the towns and coun- 24 For whosoever will save his try round about, and lodge, and life shall lose it: but whosoever get victuals; for we are here in a will lose his life for my sake, the desert place.

same shall save it. 13 But he said unto them, Give 25 For what is a man advantagye them to eat. And they said, ed, if he gain the whole world, We have no more but five loaves and lose himself, or be cast away? and two fishes; except we should 26 For whosoever shall be go and buy meat for all this peo- ashamed of me, and of my words, ple.

of him shall the son of man be 14 (For there were about five ashamed, when he shall come in thousand men.) And he said to his own glory, and in his Father's, his disciples, Make them sit down and of the holy angels. by fifties in a company.

27 But I tell you of a truth, 15 And they did so, and made there be some standing here them all sit down.

which shall not taste of death, till 16 Then he took the five loaves they see the kingdom of God. and the two fishes; and, looking 28 7 And it came to pass about up to heaven, he blessed them, an eight days after these sayings, and brake, and gave to the disci- he took Peter, and John, and ples to set before the multitude. James, and went up into a moun

17 And they did eat, and tain to pray, were all filled : and there was 29 And as he prayed, the fashitaken up of fragments that re-on of his countenance was alterCbrist bealeth a lunatick. Chap. ix. Humility recommended. ed, and his raiment was white andO faithless and perverse generatiglistering.

on ! how long shall I be with you, And, behold, there talked with and suffer you ? Bring thy son him two men, which were Moses hither. and Elias:

42 And as he was yet a com31 Who appeared in glory, and ing, the devil threw him down, spake of his decease, which he and tare him. And Jesus rebuk should accomplish at Jerusalem. Jed the unclean spirit, and healed

32 But Peter, and they that the child, and delivered him again were with him, were heavy with to his father. sleep: and when they were awake, 43 | And they were all amazed they saw his glory, and the two at the mighty power of God. men that stood with him.. But, while they wondered every

33 And it came to pass, as they one at all things which Jesus did, departed from him, Peter said he said unto his disciples, unto Jesus, Master, it is good 44 Let these sayings sink down for us to be here: and let us make into your ears: for the Son of three tabernacles; one for thee, man shall be delivered into the and one for Moses, and one for hands of men. Elias : not knowing what he said. 45 But they understood not this

34 While he thus spake, there saying, and it was hid from them, came a cloud, and overshadowed that they perceived it not: ancí them; and they feared as they they feared to ask him of that say. entered into the cloud.

sing. 35 And there came a voice out 46 | Then there arose a reaof the cloud, saying, This is my soning among them, which of beloved Son : hear him.

them should be greatest. 36 And when the voice was 47 And Jesus, perceiving the past, Jesus was found alone. And thought of their heart, took a they kept it close, and told no child, and set him by him, man in those days any of those 48 And said unto them, Whothings which they had seen. soever shall receive this child in

37 1 And it came to pass, that, my name, receiveth me; and whoon the next day, when they were soever shall receive me, receivcome down from the hill, much eth him that sent me: for he that people met him.

is least among you all, the same 38 And, behold, a man of the shall be great. company cried out, saying, Mas- 49 TAnd John auswered, and ter, I beseech thee, look upon my said, Master, we saw one casting son; for he is mine only child:out devils in thy name; and we

39 And, lo, a spirit taketh him, forbade him, because he followand he suddenly crieth out; and eth not with us. it teareth him that he foameth 50 And Jesus said unto him, again ; and, bruising him, hardly Forbid him not: for he that is not departeth. from him.

against us is for us. 40 And I besought thy disci- 51 T And it came to pass, when ples to cast him out; and they the time was come that he should could not.

be received up, he stedfastly se: 41 And Jesus, answering said, lhis face to go to Jerusalem,


Seventy disciples
S. Luke.

sent forth. 52 And sent messengers before so, and sent them two and two his face: and they went, and en-before his face into every city and tered into a village of the Samari- place, whither he himself would tans to make ready for him.

53 And they did not receive 2 Therefore, said he unto them, him, because his face was as The harvest truly is great, but though he would go to Jerusalem. the labourers are few : pray ye,

54 And when his disciples, therefore, the lord of the harvest, James and John, saw this, they that he would send forth laboursaid, Lord, wilt thou that we ers into his harvest. command fire to come down from 3 Go your ways: behold, I heaven, and consume them, even send you forth as lambs among as Elias did?

wolves. 55 But he turned, and rebuked 4 Carry neither purse, nor them, and said, Ye know not scrip, nor shoes: and salute no what manner of spirit ye are of. man by the way.

56 For the Son of man is not 5 And into whatsoever house come to destroy men's lives, but ye enter, first say, Peace be to to save them. And they went to this house. another village,

6 And if the Son of peace be 57 1 And it came to pass, that, there, your peace shall rest upon as they went in the way, a certain it: if not, it shall turn to you man said unto him, Lord, I will again. follow thee whithersoever thou 7 And in the same house regoest.

main, eating and drinking such 58 And Jesus said unto him, things as they give : for the laFoxes have holes, and birds of the bourer is worthy of his hire. Go air have nests; but the Son of man not from house to house. hath not where to lay his head. 8 And into whatsoever city ye

59 And he said unto another, enter, and they receive you, eat Follow me, But he said, Lord, such things as are set before you ; suffer me first to go and bury my 9 And heal the sick that are father,

therein, and say unto them, The 60 Jesus said unto him, Let the kingdom of God is come nigh dead bury their dead: but go unto you. thou and preach the kingdom of

10 But into whatsoever city ye God.

enter, and they receive you not, 61 And another also said, Lord, go your ways out into the streets I will follow thee: but let me first of the same, and say, go bid them farewell, which are at 11 Even the very dust of your home at my house.

city, which cleaveth on us, we do 62 And Jesus said unto him, wipe off against you : notwithNo man having put his hand to standing, be ye sure of this, that the plough, and looking back, is the kingdom of God is come nigh fit for the kingdom of God.

unto you. CHAP. X.

12 But I say unto you, that it Seventy (lisciples sent forth. shall be more tolerable in that FTER these things the Lord day for Sodom, than for that appointed other seventy al-city.

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