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Anno Ætat. I.
which was the fon of Bethlehem.
the husband of Mary, of whom was born 16.
So all the generations from Abraham 17. to David are fourteen generations: and from David until the carrying away into Babylon, are fourteen generations: and from the carrying away into Babylon unto Chrift are fourteen generations.
ND when eight days were accom- Luk. ii. plished for the circumcifing of the 21. Child, his name was called Jefus, which was fo named of the Angel before he was conceived in the womb.
The coming and departure of the
Now when Jefus was born in Bethle- 1. Mat. ii.
in the days of Herod the King, behold there came wife men from the Eaft to Jerufalem, faying, Where is he that is born King of the 2. Fews? For we have feen his far in the Eaft, and are come to worship him.
When Herod the King had heard these Anno things he was troubled, and all Ferufa- Etat. 1. 3lem with him, and when he had gathered all the chief Priefts and Scribes of the people together, he demanded of 5. them where Chrift fhould be born. And they faid unto him in Bethlehem of Fu dea for thus it is written by the Pro6. phet [Micah V. 2.] And thou Bethlehem in the land of Fuda, art not the least among out of the Princes of Fudo th thee fhall come a Governour that shall rule my people Ifrael.
Then Herod when he had privily
they faw the ftar they rejoiced with ex11. ceeding great joy. And when they were
come into the house, they faw the young
ed of God in a dream that they fhould
The prefenting of Chrift in the Temple.
ND when the days of [Mary's] pu- 22.
"Lord, now letteft thou thy fervant depart in peace according to thy word. "For mine eyes have feen thy Salva "tion: which thou haft prepared be "fore the face of all people. A light С، to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory "of thy people Israel.
Temple. Luk. ii.
And Jofeph and his Mother marvelled Anno Luke ii. 33 at thofe things which were spoken of him. Etat. 1. 34. And Simeon bleffed them, and faid unto Mary his Mother, Behold this child is Set for the fall and rifing again of many in Ifrael; and for a fign which shall 35.be Spoken against: (yea a fword shall. peirce thro' thine own foul alfo) that the thoughts of many hearts may be revealed.
And there was one Anna a prophetefs, the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of Afer, fhe was of a great age, and had lived with an husband feven years from her virginity: and fhe was a widow of about fourfcore and four years: which departed not from the temple, but ferved God with faftings and prayers night and 38. day; and fhe coming in at that inftant
gave thanks likewife unto the Lord, and
Jofeph's flight with Christ into Egypt.
ND when the [wife men] were departed, behold the Angel of the Lord appeareth to Jofeph in a dream, faying, Arife, and take the young child and his mother, and flee into Egypt, and be thou there until I bring thee word: for Herod will feek the young child to de14. ftroy him. When he arofe, he took the young child and his mother by night,
and departed into Egypt; and was there Egypt. Etat. 2. until the death of Herod that it might 15. Mat. ii, be fulfilled which was fpoken of the Lord by the Prophet [Hofea xi. 1.] saying, out of Egypt bave I called my Son.
Slaughter of the Infants at Bethlehem, Bethlehem.
Hen Herod when he faw that he was 16.
Return of Jofeph from Egypt. Galilee
UT when Herod was dead, behold, 19. an Angel of the Lord appeareth in a dream to Jofeph in Egypt, faying, Arife, 20. and take the young child and his mother and go into the Land of Ifrael, for they are dead which fought the young child's life. And he arofe, and took the younga. C 2 child