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Disciples taught. CHAP. XVII. Power of faith, on me, and send Lazarus, sed about his neck, and he that he may dip the tip of his cast into the sea, than that finger in water, and cool my he should offend one of these tongue; for I am tormented little ones. in this flame.

d3 | Take heed to your25 But Abraham said, Son, selves: If thy brother tresremember that thou in thy pass against thee, rebuke lifetime receivedst thy good him; and if he repent, forthings, and likewise Lazarus give him. evil things: but now he is d*4And if he trespass against comforted, and thou art tor- thee seven times in a day, mented.

and seven times in a day turn **26 And beside all this, be- again to thee, saying, I retween us and you there is a pent; thou shalt forgive him. great gulf fixed: so that they d 5 And the apostles said unto which would pass

from the Lord, Increase our faith. hence to you camot; nei- 6 And the Lord said, If ye ther can they pass to us, that had faith as a grain of muswould come from thence, tard seed, ye might say unto

27 Then he said, I pray this sycamine tree, Be thou thee therefore, father, that plucked up by the root, and thou wouldest send him to be thou planted in the sea; my father's house:

and it should obey you. 28 For I have five bre- 7 But which of you, havthren; that he may testify un-ing a servant ploughing or to them, lest they also come feeding cattle, will say unto into this place of torinent. him by and by, when he is 29 Abraham saith unto liim, come from the field, Go and They have Moses and the sit down to meat? prophets;let them hear them. 8 And will not rather say

30 And he said, Nay, father unto him, Make ready whereAbraham: but if one went with I may sup, and gird thyunto them from the dead, self, and serve me, till I have they will repent.

eaten and drunken; and af: t 31 And he said unto him, terward thou shalt eat and If they hear not Moses and drink? the prophets, neither will 9 Doth he thank that serthey be persuaded, though vant because he did the one rose from the dead.

things that were commandW CHAP. XVII.

ed him? I trow not. THEN said he unto the d 10 So likewise ye, when ye T

disciples, It is impossi- shall have done all those ble but that offences will things which are commandcome: but wo unto him, ed you, say, We are unprothrough whom they come! fitable servants:

we have 2 It were better for him done that which was

our that a millstone were hapg-duty to do.


The lepers healed. S. LUKE. of Christ's coming. g 11 And it came to pass, ciples, The days will come, as he went to Jerusalem, that when ye shall desire to see he passed through the midst one of the days of the Son of of Samaria and Galilee. man, and ye shall not see it. f12 And as he entered into a r 23' And they shall say to certain village, there met him you, See here; or, see there: ten men that were lepers, go not after them, nor follow which stood afar off:

them. d 13 And they lifted up their 24 For as the lightning, voices, and said, Jesus, Mas- that lighteneth out of the one ter, have mercy on us. part under heaven, shineth m14 And when he saw them, unto the other part under he said unto them, Go shew heaven; so shall also the Son yourselves unto the priests. of man be in his day. And it came to pass, that,

25 But first must he suffer as they went, they were many things, and be reject cleansed.

of this generation. d 15 And one of them, when 26 Andas it was in the days he saw that he was healer, of Noe, so shall it be also in turned back, and with a loud the days of the Son of man. voice glorified God,

27 They did eat, they 16 And fell down on his drank, they married wives, face at his feet, giving him they were given in marriage, thanks: and he was a Sama- until the day that Noe enterritan.

fed into the ark, and the flood 17 And Jesus answering came,and destroyed them all. said, Were there not ten

28 Likewise also as it was cleansed? but where are the in the days of Lot; they did nine?

eat, they drank, they bought, c 18 There are not found they sold, they planted, they that returned to give glory builded; to God, save this stranger. 29 But the same day that

19 And he said unto him, Lot went out of Sodom it Arise, go thy way: thy faith rained fire and brimstone hath made thee whole. from heaven, and destroyed

201 And when he was de-them all. manded of the Pharisees, r 30 Even thus shall it be in when the kingdom of God the day when the Son of man should come, he answered is revealed. them and said, The kingdom 31 In that day, he which of God cometh not with ob- shall be upon the house-top, servation:

and his stuff in the house, let t 21 Neither shall they say, him not come down to take it Lo here! or, lo there! for, be- away: and he that is in the hold, the kingdom of God is field, let him likewise not re

turn back. 22 And he said unto the dis- I w32 Remember Lot's wife.

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Of the Pharisee CHAP. XVIII. and the publican

33 Whosoever shall seek to 8 I tell you that he wil save his life shall lose it; and avenge them speedily. Ne whosoever shall lose his life vertheless when the Son o shall preserve it.

man eometh, shall he fin 34 I tell you, in that night faith on the earth? there shall be iwo men in one i 9 And he spake this par bed; the one shall be taken, ble unto certain which trust and the other shall be left. ed in themselves that the

35 Two women shall be were righteous, and despise grinding together; the one others: shall be taken, and the other 10 Two men went up int left.

the temple to pray; the one 30 Two men shall be in the Pharisee, and the other field; the one shall be taken, publican. and the other left.

c 11 The Pharisee stood an 37 And they answered and prayed thus with himselt said unto him, Where, Lord? God, I thank thee, that I an Aud he said unto them, not as other men are, extor Wheresoever the body is, tioners, unjust, adulterers, o thither will the eagles bé even as this publican. guthered together.

12 I fast twice in the week d CHAP. XVIII. I give tithes of all that А.

ND he spake a parable possess.

unto them to this end, d 13 And the publican, stand that men ought always tó ing afar off, would not lit pray,

and not to faint; up so much as his eyes unti E 2 Saying, There was in a heaven, but smote upon hi city a judge, which feared not breast, saying, God be mer God, neither regarded man: ciful to me a sinner.

3 And there was a widow in 14 I tell you, this man wen that city; and she came unto down to his house justifier him, saying, Avenge me of rather than the other: foj mine adversary

every one that exalteth him 4 And he would not for a self shall be abased; and he while; but afterward he said that humbleth himself shal within himself, Though I be exalted. fear not God, nor regard man; f*15 And they brought unte

5 let because this widow him also infants, that he troubleth me, I will avenge would touch them: but wher her, lest by her continual his disciples saw it, they re coming she weary me,

buked them. 6 And the Lord said, Heart 16 But Jesus called them what the unjust judge saith. unto him, and said, Suffer t 7 And shall not God avenge little children to come unto his own elect, which cry day me, and forbid them not: foi and night unto him, though of such is the kingdom of he bear long with them? God.


Ruler admonished. S. LUKE. Christ's death foretold. d 17 Verily I say unto you, d 28 Then Peter said, Lo, we Whosoever shall not receive have left all, and followed the kingdom of God as a thee. little child shall in no wise 29 And he said unto them enter therein.

Verily I say unto you, There 18 And a certain ruler ask- is no man that hath lef ed him, saying, Good Mas- house, or parents, or bre ter, what shall I do to inherit thren, or wife, or children eternal life?

for the kingdom of God's t 19 AndJesus said unto him, sake, Why callest thou me good? 5 30 Who shall not receive none is good, save one, that manifold more in this presen is, God.

time, and in the world to d 20 Thou knowest the com- come life everlasting. mandnients, Do not commit 5 31 f Then he took unto hin adultery, Do not kill, Do not the twelve, and said unt steal, Do not bear false wit- them, Behold, we go up to ness, Honour thy father and Jerusalem, and all thing thy mother.

that are written by the pro21 And he said, All these phets concerning the Son o have Ikept from myyouth up: man shall be accomplished. d 22 Now when Jesus heard r 32 For he shall be delivered these things, he said unto unto the Gentiles, and shal him, Yet lackest thou one be mocked, and spitefully thing: sell all that thou hast, entreated, and spitted on: and distribute unto the poor, 33 And they shall scourge and thou shalt have treasure him, and put him to death in heaven: and come, follow and the third day he shall rise

again. 23 And when he heard this, 34 And they understood he was very sorrowful: for none of these things: and this he was very rich.

saying was hid from them, 24 And when Jesus saw that neither knew they the things he was very sorrowful, he which were spoken. said, How hardly shall theyf 35 And it came to pass, that have riches enter into that as he was come nigh the kingdom of God! unto Jericho, a certain blind

25 For it is easier for a ca- man sat by the way side mel to go through a needle's begging: eye, than for a rich man to 36 And hearing the multienter into the kingdom of tude pass by, he asked what God.

it meant. 26 And they that heard it 37 And they told him, that said, Who then can be saved? Jesus of Nazareth passeth by. t 27 And he said, The things d 38 And he cried, saying, which are impossible with Jesus,thou son of David, hayo men are possible with God. mercy on me.


on me.


of Zaccheus.

CHAP, XIX. The pieces of money 39 And they which went 7 And when they saw it, before rebuked him, that he they all murmured, saying, should hold his peace: but he That he was gone to be guest cried so much the more, Thou with a man that is a sinner. son of David, have mercy d 8 And Zaccheus stood, and

said unto the Lord; Behold, 40 And Jesus stood, and Lord, the half of my goods í commanded him

be give to the poor; and if I brought unto him: and when have taken any thing from he was come near, he asked any man by false accusation, him,

I restore him fourfold. 41' saying, What wilt thou 6 9 And Jesus said unto him, that I shall do unto thee? This day is salvation come And he said, Lord, that I to this house, forasmuch as may receive my sight. he also is a son of Abraham.

42 And Jesus said unto t 10 For the Son of man is him, Receive thy sight: thy come to seek and to save that faith hath saved thee.

which was lost. m43 And immediately he re-li 11 And as they heard these ceived his sight, and follow- things, he added and spake ed him glorifying God: and a parable, because he was all the people, when they saw nigh to Jerusalem, and beit, gave praise unto God. cause they thought that the

8 CHAP. XIX. kingdom of God should im

ND Jesus entered and mediately appear. A passed through Jericho. 12 He said therefore, A cerf2 And, behold, there was tain nobleman went into a

named Zaccheus, far country to receive for which was the chief among himself a kingdom, and to the publicans,and he wasrich. return.

3 And he sought to see Je- 13 And he called his ten sus who he was; and he could servants, and delivered them not for the press, because he ten pounds, and said unto was of little stature. them, Occupy till I come. 14 And he ran before, and c 14 But his citizens hated climbed up into a sycamore him, and sent a message aftree to see him: for he was ter him, saying, We will not to pass that way.

have thismanto reign over us. 5 And when Jesus came to 15 And it came to pass, that the place, he looked up, and when he was returned, haysaw him, and said unto him, ing received the kingdom, Zaccheus, make haste, and then he commanded these come down; for to day I must servants to be called unto abide at thy house.

him, to whom he had given $ 6 And he made haste, and the money, that he might came down, and received know how much every man him joyfully.

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