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Endeth his sermon. CHAP. VIII. Centurion's servant. you: depart from me, ye See thou tell no man; but go that work iniquity. thy way, shew thyself to the i 24 Therefore whosoever priest, and offer the gift that heareth these sayings of Moses commanded, for a tesmine, and doeth them, I will timony unto them. liken him unto a wise man,/ 5 And when Jesus was which built his house upon entered into Capernaum, a rock:
there came unto him a cen25 And the rain descend-turion, beseeching him, ed, and the floods came, and 6 And saying, Lord, my the winds blew, and beat servant lieth at home sick of upon that house; and it fell the palsy, grievously tornot: for it was founded upon mented. a rock.
7 And Jesus saith unto him, 26 And every
one that I will come and heal him. heareth these sayings of c 8 The centurion answered mine, and doeth them not, and said, Lord, I am not shall be likened unto a fool worthy that thou shouldst ish man, which built his come under my roof; but house upon the sand: speak the word only, and my
27 And the rain descended, servant shall be heated. and the floods came, and the 9 For I am a man under winds blew, and beat upon authority, having soldiers that house; and it fell: and under me: and I say to this great was the fall of it,
man, Go, and he goeth; and 128 And it came to pass, to another, Come, and he when Jesus had ended these cometh; and to my servant, sayings, the people were as- Do this, and he doeth it. tonished at his doctrine: f 10 When Jesus heard it, he
29 For he taught them as marvelled, and said to them one having authority, and that followed, Verily I say unnot as the scribes.
to you, I have not found so f CHAP. VIII. great faith, no, not in Israel. W HEN hewas come down t 11 And I say unto you,
from the mountain, That many shall come from great multitudes followed the east and west, and shall him.
sit down with Abraham, and ? And, behold, there came Isaac, and Jacob, in the a leper and worshipped him, kingdom of heaven. saying, Lord, if thou wilt, 12 But the children of the thou canst make me clean. kingdom shall be cast out m3 And Jesus put forth his into outer darkness: there hand, and touched him, say- shall be weeping and gnashing, I will; be thou clean. ing of teeth. And immediately his leprosy mi3 And Jesus said unto the was cleansed.
centurion, Go thy way; and d 4 And Jesus saith unto him, l as thou hast believed, so be
Healeth discases. S. MATTHEW. devils cast out, it done unto thee. And his a great tempest in the sea, servant was healed in the insomuch that the ship was selfsame hour.
covered with the waves : but f 14 And when Jesus was he was asleep. come into Peter's house, he 25 And his disciples came saw his wife's mother laid, to him, and awoke him, say. and sick of a fever.
ing, Lord, save us: we perish. m15 And he touched her m26 And he saith unto them, hand, and the sever left her: Why are ye fearful, O ye of and she arose, and minister- little faith? Then he arose, ed unto them,
and rebuked the winds and m16 ( When the even was the sea; and there was a come, they brought unto him great calm. many that were possessed 27 But the men marvelled, with devils : and he cast out saying, What manner of man the spirits with his word, is this, that even the winds and healed all that were sick: and the sea obey him! a 17 That it might be fulfill-f28f And when he was come ed which was spoken by to the other side into the Esaias the prophet, saying, country of the Gergesenes, Himself took our infirmities, there met him two possessed and bare our sicknesses. with devils, coming out of f 18 ( Now when Jesus saw the tombs, exceeding fierce, great multitudes about him, so that no man might pass by he gave commandment to that way. depart unto the other side. t 29 And, behold, they cried f 19 And a certain scribe out, saying, What have we to came, and said unto him, do with thee, Jesus, thou Son Master, I will follow thee of God? art thou come hither whithersoever thou goest. to torment us before the time? t 20 And Jesus saith unto f 30 And there was a good him, The foxes have holes, way off from them an herd of and the birds of the air have many swine feeding. nests; but the Son of man 31 So the devils besought hath not where to lay his him, saying, If thou cast us head.
out, suffer us to go away into C21 And another of his dis- the herd of swine. ciple's said unto him, Lord, m32 And he said unto them, suffer ine first to go and bury Go. And when they were my father,
come out, they went into the d 22 But Jesus said unto him, herd of swine: and, behold, Follow me; and let the dead the whole herd of swine ran bury their dead.
violently down a steep place f 23 7. And when he was en- into the sea, and perished in tered into a ship, his disci- the waters. ples followed him.
f'33 And they that kept them Christ cureth the palsy. CHAP. IX. Matthew called. the city,and told every thing, f 109 And it came to pass, as and what was befallen to the Jesus sat atmeat in the house, possessed of the devils. behold, many publicans and # 34 And, behold, the whole sinners came and sat down city came out to meet Jesus: with him and his disciples. and when they saw him, they 11 And when the Pharisees besought him that he would saw it, they said unto his disdepart out of their coasts, ciples, Why eateth your Mas
f CHAP. IX. ter with publicans and sinA a nere?
ship, and passed over, 12 But when Jesus heard and came into his own city. that, he said unto them, They
2And, behold, they brought that be whole need not a phyto him a man sick of the pal- sician, but they that are sick. sy, lying on a bed: and Jesus d 13 But go ye and learn seeing their faith said unto what that meaneth, I will the sick of the palsy; Son, be have mercy, and not sacriof good cheer; thy sins be for- fice: for I am not come to call given thee.
the righteous, but sinners to 3 And, behold, certain of repentance. the scribes said within them- f144 Then came to him the selves, Thismanblasphemeth. disciples of John, saying, t 4 And Jesus knowing their Why do we and the Pharisees thoughts said, Wherefore t'ast oft, but thy disciples fast think ye evil in your hearts? not?
5 For whether is easier, tot 15 And Jesus said unto them, say, Thysins be forgiven thee; Can the children of the bride or to say, Arise, and walk? chamber mourn, as long as + 6 But that ye may know the bridegroom is with them? that the Son of man hath pow- but the days will come, when er on earth to forgive sins, the bridegroom shall be ta(then saith he to the sick of ken from them, and then thi palsy,) Arise, take up thy shall they fast. bed, and go unto thine house. D16 No man putteth a piece m7 And he arose, and de- of new cloth unto an old garparted to his house.
ment, for that which is put in 18 But when the multitudes to fill it up taketh from the saw it, they marvelled, and garment and the rent is made glorified God, which had worse. given such power unto men. o 17 Neither do men put new d94 And as Jesus passed wine into old bottles: else the forth from thence, he saw a bottles break, and the wine man, named Matthew,sitting runneth out, and the bottles at the receipt of custom: and perish: but they put new he saith unto him, Follow me. wine into new bottles, and And he arose, and followed both are preserved. Lim.
f 18 While he spake these
The issue of S. MATTHEW. blood healed, &c. things unto them, behold, unto them, Believe ye that I there came a certain ruler, am able to do this? They said and worshipped him, saying, unto him, Yea, Lord. My daughter is even now 29 Then touched he their dead: but come and lay thy eyes, saying, According to hand upon her, and she shall your faith be it unto you. live.
30 And their eyes were 19 And Jesus arose, and fol- opened; and Jesus straitly lowed him, and so did his dis- charged them, saying, See ciples.
that no man know it, f 20 And, behold, a woman, 31 But they, when they which was diseased with an were departed,spread abroad issue of blood twelve years, his fame in all that councame behind him, and touch-try. ed the hem of his garment: 1,132 As they went out, bec 21 For she said within her- hold, they brought to him a self, If I may but touch his dumb man possessed with a garment, I shall be whole. devil. m22 But Jesus turned him m33 And when the devil was about, and when he saw her, cast out, the dumb spake: he said, Daughter, be of good and the multitudes marvelcomfort; thy faith hath made led, saying, It was never so thee whole. And the woman seen in Israel. was made whole from that 434 But the Pharisees said, hour.
he casteth out devils througla 23 And when Jesus came the prince of the devils. into the ruler's house, and m35 And Jesus went about all saw the minstrels and the the cities and villages, teachpeople making a noise, ing in their synagogues, and
24 He said unto them, Give preaching the gospel of the place: for the maid is not kingdom, and healing every dead, but sleepeth. And they sickness and every disease laughed him to scorn. among the people. m25 But when the people h 36 1 But when he saw the were put forth, he went in, multitudes, he wa moved and took her by the hand, with compassion on them, and the maid arose. because they fainted, and f 26 And the fame hereof were scattered abroad, as went abroad into all thatland. sheep having no shepherd. f27 And when Jesus de- d 37 Then saith he unto his parted thence, two blind men disciples, The harvest truly followed him, crying, and is plenteous, but the laboursaying, Thou son of David, ers are few; have mercy on us.
38 Pray ye therefore the 28 And when he was come Lord of the harvest, that he into the house, the blind men will send forth labourers into came to him: and Jesus saith This harvest,
sent out, c. f CHAP. X.
11 And into whatsoever NÚ when he had called city or town ye shall enter, A
unto him his twelve enquire who in it is worthy; disciples, he
gave them and there abide till ye go power against unclean spi. thence. rits, to cast them out, and 0 12 And when ye come into to heal all manner of sick- an house, salute it. ness and all manner of 13 And if the house be disease,
worthy, let your peace come 2 Now the names of the upon it: but if it be not twelve apostles are these: worthy, let your peace re
The first, Simon, who is call- turn to you. ed Peter, and Andrew his 14 And whosoever shall not brother; James the son of receive you, nor hear your Zebedee, and John his bro- words, when ye depart out ther;
of' that house or city, shake 3 Philip and Bartholomew; off the dust of your feet. Thomas, and Matthew the w15 Verily I say unto you, it pnblican;James the son of Al- shall be more tolerable for pheus, and Lebbeus, whose the land of Sodom and Gosurname was Thaddeus; inorrha in the day of judg
4 Simon the Canaanite, ment, than for that city. and Judas Iscariot, who also d 16 4 Behold, I send you betrayed him.
forth as sheep in the midst d 5 These twelve. Jesus sent of wolves: be ye therefore forth, and commanded them, wise as serpents, and harmsaying, Go not into the way less as doves. of the Gentiles, and into any r. 17 But beware of men: for city of the Samaritans enter they will deliver you up to ye not:
the councils, and they will 6 But go rather to the lost scourge you in their syna. sheep of the house of Israel. gogues; d7 Ånd as ye go, preach, 18 And ye shall be brought saying, The kingdom of hea- before governors and kings ven is at hand.
for my sake, for a testimony 8 Heal the sick, cleanse against them and the Genthe lepers, raise the dead, tiles, cast out devils: freely ye d 19 But when they deliver have received, freely give. you up, take no thought how
9 Provide neither gold, nor or what ye shall speak: for it silver, nor brass in your shall be given you in that purses,
same hour what ye shall 10 Nor scrip for your jour- speak. ney, neither two coats, nei- 20 For it is not ye that ther shoes, nor yet staves: speak, but the Spirit of your for the workman is worthy Father which speaketh in of his meat,