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CHAP. VIII. Multitude fed. Let the children firs: be fille maketh both the deaf to hear, ed: for it is not meet to take and the dumb to speak. the children's bread, and to CHAP. VIII. unto dogs.
N those said unto him, Yes, Lord: yet having nothing to eat, Jesus the dogs under the table eat called his disciples unto him, of the children's crumbs. and saith unto them, m29 And he said unto her, h 2 I bave compassion on the For this saying go thy way; multitude, because they have the devil is gone out of thy now been with me three days, daughter.
and have nothing to eat: 30 And when she was come 3 And if I send them away to her house, she found the fasting to their own houses, devil
gone out, and her they will faint by the way: for daughter laid upon the bed. divers of them came from far.
31 And again, departing n 4 And his disciples answerfrom the coasts of Tyre and ed him, From whence can a Sidon, he came unto the sea man satisfy these men with of Galilee, through the midst bread here in the wilderness? of the coasts of Decapolis. 5 And he asked them, How 4:32 And they bring unto many loaves have ye? And him one that was deaf, and they said, Seven. had an impediment in his d 6 And he commanded the speech; and they beseech him people to sit down on the to put his hand upon him. pround:and he took the seven
33 And he took him aside loaves, and gave thanks, and from the multitude, and put brake, and gave to his discihis fingers into his ears, and ples to set before them; and he spit, and touched his they did set them before the tongue;
people. 34 And looking up to hea- 7 And they had a few small ven, he sighed, and saith un- fishes: and he blessed, and to him, Ephphatha, that is, comnianded to set them also He opened.
before them. 1135 And straightway his me So they did eat, and were ears were opened, and the filled: and they took up of the string of his tongue was broken meat that was left loosed, and he spake plain. seven baskets,
36 And he charged them f 9 And they that had eaten that they should tell no man: were about four thousand: but the more he charged and he sent them away. them, so much the more a g 10 | And straightway he great deal they published it; entered into a ship with his t 37 And were beyond mea- disciples, and came into the sure astonished, saying, He parts of Dalmanutha. hath done all things well: helc 11 And the Pharisees came
Disciples admonished. S. MARK. Blind receiveth sight. forth, and began to question saida; and they bring a blind with him, seeking of him a man unto him, and besought sign from heaven, tempting him to touch him. him.
23 And he took the blind h 12 And he sighed deeply in man by the hand, and led him his spirit, and saith, Why out of the town; and when he doth this generation seek af. had spit on his eyes, ter a sign? verily I say unto his hands upon him, he asked you, There shall no sign be him if he saw aught. given unto this generation. A 24 And he looked up, and
13 And he left them, and said, I see men as trees, entering into the ship again walking. departed to the other side. m25 After that he put his
14 & Now the disciples had hands again upon his eyes, forgotten to take bread, nei- and made him look up: and ther had they in the ship with he was restored, and saw them more than one loaf.
every man clearly. 1 15 And he charged them, p 26 And he sent him away saying, Take heed, beware of to his house, saying, Neither the leaven of the Pharisees, go into the town, nor tell it and of the leaven of Herod. to any in the town. 16
And they reasoned f 27 1 And Jesus went out, among themselves, saying, It and his disciples, into the is because we have no bread. towns of Cesarea Philippi: t 17 And when Jesus knew and by the way he asked his it, he saith unto them, Why disciples, saying unto them, reason ye, because ye have Whom do men say that I am? no bread? perceive ye not yet, 28 And they answered,John neither understand? have yé the Baptist: but some say, your heart yet hardened? Elias; and others, One of the
18 Having eyes, see ye not? prophets. and having ears, hear ye not? 29 And he saith unto them, and do ye not remember? But whom say ye that I am?
19 When I brake the five And Peter answereth and loaves among five thousand, saith unto him, Thou art the how many baskets full of Christ. fragments took ye up? They 30 And he charged them say unto him, Twelve. that they should tell no man
20 And when the seven of him. among four thousand, how t 31 And he began to teach many baskets full of frag- them, that the Son of man ments took ye up? And they must suffer many things, said, Seven.
and be rejected of the elders, 21' And he said unto them, and of the chief priests, and How is it that ye do not un- scribes, and be killed, and afderstand?
ter three days rise again. $229 And
The transfiguration CHAP. IX.
of Christ. openly. And Peter took him, selves: and he was and began to rebuke him. figured before them. p 33 But when he had turned 3 And his raiment became about and looked on his dis- shining, exceeding white as ciples, he rebuked Peter, say- snow; so as no fuller on earth ing, Get thee behind me, Sa- can white them. tan:for thou savourest not the 4 And there appeared unto things that be of God, but the them Elias with Moses: and things that be of men. they were talking with Jesus. d*347And when he had called 5 And Peter answered and the people unto him with his said to Jesus, Master, it is disciples also, he said unto good for us to be here: and let them, Whosoever will come us make three tabernacles; after me, let him deny him- one for thee, and one for self, and take up his cross, Moses, and one for Elias. and follow me.
6 For he wist not what to 35 For whosoever will save say; for they were sore afraid. his life shall lose it; but who- **7 And there was a cloud soever shall lose his life for that overshadowed them: and my sake and the gospel's, the a voice came out of the cloud, same shall save it.
saying, This is my beloved **36 For what shall it profit a Son: hear him. man, if he shall gain thewhole f8 And şuddenly, when they world, and lose his own soul? had looked round about, they
37 Or what shall a man give saw no man any more, save in exchange for his soul? Jesus only with themselves. t 38 Whosoever therefore t 9 And as they came down shall be ashamed of me and from the mountain, he chargof mywords in this adulterous ed them that they should tell and sinful generation; of him no man what things they had also shall the Son of man be seen, till the Son of man were ashamed, when he cometh in risen from the dead. the glory of his Father with 10 And they kept that saythe holy angels.
ing with themselves, quesCHAP. IX.
tioning one with another Verily I say unto you, dead should mean. That there be some of them f'11 And they asked him, that stand here, which shall saying, Why say the scribes not taste of death, till they that Elias must first come? have seen the kingdom oft 12 And he answered and God come with power. told them, Elias verily com129 And after six days Je-eth first, and restoreth all sus taketh with him Peter, things; and how it is written and James, and John, and of the Son of man, that he leadeth them up into an high must suffer many things, and mountain apart by them- be set at nought.
A dumb spirit
cast out. 13 But I say unto you, That thing, have compassion on Elias is indeed come, and us, and help us. they have done unto him t 23 Jesus said unto him, If whatsoever they listed, as it thou canst believe, all things is written of him.
are possible to him that bef 14 And when he came to lieveth. his disciples, he saw a great c 24 And straightway the famultitude about them, and ther of the child cried out, the scribes questioning with and said with tears, Lord, Í them.
believe; help thou mine un15 And straightway all the belief. people, whentheybeheld him, 25 When Jesus saw that were greatly amazed, and the people came running torunning to him saluted him. gether, he rebuked the foul
16 And he asked the scribes, spirit, saying unto him, Thou What question ye with them? dumb and deaf spirit, I
f 17 And one of the multi- charge thee, come out of tude answered and said, Mas- him, and enter no more into ter, I have brought unto thee him. my son, which hath a dumb m26 And the spirit cried, and spirit;
rent him sore, and came out t 18 And wheresoever he tak- of him: and he was as one eth him, he teareth him: and dead: insomuch that many he foameth, and gnasheth said, He is dead. with his teeth, and pineth 27 But Jesus took him by away: and I spake to thy dis- the hand, and lifted him up; ciples that they should cast and he arose. him out; and they could not. 28 And when he was come € 19 He answereth him, and into the house, his disciples saith, O faithless generation, asked him privately, Why how long shall I be with you? could not we tast him out? how long shall I suffer you? d 29 And he said unto them, bring him unto me.
This kind can come forth 20 and they brought him by nothing, but by prayer unto him: and when he saw and fasting. him, straightway the spirit f 30 And they departed tare him; and he fell on the thence, and passed through ground, and wallowed foam- Galilee;and hewould not that ing
any man should know it. 21 And he asked his father, t 31 For he taught his disciHow long is it ago since this ples, and said unto them, The came unto him? And he said, Son of man is delivered into Of a child.
the hands of men, and they c 22 And oft-times it hath shall kill him; and after that cast him into the fire, and he is killed, he shall rise the into the waters, to destroy third day. him: but if thou canst do any 32 But they understood not
Christ foretelleth CHAP. X.
his death. that saying, and were afraid that believe in me, it is betto ask him.
ter for him that a millstone 133 And he came to Ca- were hanged about his neck, pernaum: and being in the and he were cast into the sea. house he asked them, What d 43 And if thy hand offend was it that ye disputed thee, cut it off: it is better for among yourselves bytheway? thee to enter into life maim34But they held their peace: ed,
than having two hands for by the way they had dis- to go into hell, into the fire puted among themselves, that never shall be quenched: who should be the greatest. t 44 Where their worm dieth d 35 And he sat down, and not, and the fire is not called the twelve, and saith quenched. unto them, If any man desire d 45 And if thy foot offend to be first, the same shall be thee, cut it off: it is better for last of all, and servant of all, thee to enter halt into life,
36 And he took a child, and than having two feet to be set him in the midst of them: cast into hell, into the fire and when he had taken him that never shall be quenched: in hisarms, he said unto them, t 46 Where their worm dieth d 37 Whosoever shall receive not, and the fire is not one of such children in my quenched. name, receiveth me: and d 47 And if thine eye offend whosoever shall receive me, thee, pluck it out: it is betreceiveth not me, but him ter for thee to enter into the that sent me.
kingdom of God with one f 38 And John answered eye, than having two eyes to him, saying, Master, we saw be cast
into hell fire: one casting out devils in thy 48 Where their worm dieth name, and he followeth not not, and the fire is not us: and we forbad him, be- quenched. cause he followeth not us. t 49For everyone shall be saltt 39 But Jesus said, Forbid ed with fire, and every sacri him not: for there is no man fice shall be salted with salt. which shall do a miracle in d 50 Salt is good: but if the my name, that can lightly salt have lost his saltness, speak evil of me.
wherewith will ye season it? 40 For he that is not against Have salt in yourselves, and us is on our part.
have peace one with another. d 41 For whosoever shall give f CHAP. X. you a cup of water to drink
and long to Christ, verily I say coasts of Judea by the farther unto you, he shall not lose side of Jordan: and the peohis reward.
ple resort unto him again; t 42 And whosoever shall of- and, as he was wont, he fend one of these little ones taught them again.
in my name, because ye bed A Nohe arose from thence,