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And they that were vexed with unclean Galilee.
Ærar: 31. spirits : and they were healed. And the 18. Luk. vi.
Minist. 2.

whole multitude fought to touch him:
for there went virtue out of him, and
healed them all.

And they went into an house, and the 19. Mar. ii.
multitude cometh together again, fo that 20
they could not so much as eat bread.

And when his friends heard of it, they 2 1. went out to lay hold on himn : for they said he is beside himself:

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Christ's sermon on the Mount.

ND seeing the multitudes he went 1. Mat. Vi

into a mountain : and when he was set his disciples came unto him, * and he lifted up his eyes on his dis- 20. Luk. vi. ciples. * And he opened his mouth 2. Mati v.

y * Luk. vi. and taught them, saying,

3. “ are the poor in spirit, for theirs is " the Kingdom of heaven. Blessed are 4. " they that mourn * now, * for they <21. Luk. vi.

. shall be comforted. Blessed are the 4. Mat. V.

meek, for they shall inherit the “ Earth. Blessed are they which do 6. Chunger * now * after righteousness, 21. Luk. vi. “ for they hall be filled. Blessed are

6. Mac. Va

" the merciful : for they they fhail ob-
“ tain mercy. Blessed are the pure 8.
“ in heart : for they shall fee God.
« Blessed are the peace makers : for

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« *': Blessed are ye when men shall hate - Mat.v.ii.

you, and when they shall separate

you from their company, and shall 11. « *o revile you and persecute you, and "Luk. vi “ fhall fay all manner of evil against 22, 23. you fallely for

my fake. Rejoyce and “ be exceeding glad for great is your Luk. vi. 23. c reward in heaven : * ' for in the like “Mar.v.12. CC

« manner, did their fathers unto the

12. « * prophets which were before you. Luke vi. “ But woe unto you that are rich :

have received your confolation.
25.“ Woe unto you that are full: for ye

« shall hunger. Woe unto you that

“ laugh now: for ye shall mourn and 26. weep. Woe unto you when all men

fall fpeak well of you: for fo did

<< their fathers to the falle prophets,
13: C Ye are the salt of the earth; but,

if the falt has lost his favour, where-
< with shall it be falted ? it is thence-
" forth good for nothing but to be cast
out, and to be trodden under foot of


“ Ye are the light of the world. A

city that is set on a hill cannot be hid; 15. " neither do men light a candle, and

put it under a buihell, but on a call

dlestick, and it giveth light upto all 16.c that are in the house. Ler your light “ fo shine before men, that they may fee

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Anno « Think not that I am come to de- Galilee.
Acar. 31. “ stroy the Law of the Prophets : 117 Mat. V.
Minist. 2.

am not come to destroy but to fulfil.
“ For verily I say unto you, till heaven 182
“ and earth pass, one jot or one tittle
« Thall in no wisë pass from the Law,
“ till all be fulfilled. Whofoever there. 19.
“fore shall. break one of thefe leaft

commands, and shall teach men fo,
6. he shall be called the least in the
“ kingdom of heaven: but whosoever
“shall do and teach them, the fame
« shall be called great in the kingdom
" of heaven. For I say unto you, that 20.

except your righteousness shall ex
" ceed the righteousness of the Scribes
" and Pharisees, ye shall in no cafe enter
" into the kingdom of heaven.

" Ye have heard that it was faid by 21.
" them of old time, Thou shalt not kill:
6 and whosoever shall kill, shall be in

danger of the judgment. But I say 22
unto you,

That whosoever is angry
“ with his brother without a cause',
" shall be in danger of the judgment":
" and whosoever shall fay to his bro-
“ther (a) Raca, shall be in danger of
“ the Council : but whosoever shall say,
“ Thou fool, shall be in 'danger of hell

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" Therefore, if thou bring thy gift 23.

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" that thy brother harh ought against
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“ altar, and go thy way; first be recon. Anno “ cild to thy brother, and then come

Minift. 2 « and offer thy gift. 28.

Agree with thine adversary quick. ly, while thou art in the way with «. him ; left at any time the adversary “ deliver thee to the judge, and the judge

« deliver thee to the officer, and thou be 26." cast into prison. Verily I say unto

thee, Thou shalt by no means come

out thence, till thou hast paid the ur-
“ termost farthing

“ Ye have heard that it was said by
“ them of old time, Thou shalt not
28. “ commit adultery. But I say unto

you, That whosoever looketh on a

woman to lust after her, has commit-
“ ted adultery with her already in his
29. "And if thy right eye offend thee,

“ pluck it out, and cast it from thee;
“ for it is profitable for thee that one
“ of thy members should perish, and

not that thy whole body should be
30.“ cast into hell. And if thy right hand

offend thee, cut it off, and cast it
“ from thee; for it is profitable for thee

" that one of thy members should
“ perish, and not that thy whole body

« Ihould be cast into hell.

“ It has been said, whosoever shall
put away his wite, let him give her
a writing of divorcement. But I say
unto you, that whosoever shall put

away his wife, saving for the cause
“ of fornication, causeth her to commit

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Anno " adultery: and whosoever shall marry Galilee.

Mar. v.
Æcat. 31. “ her that is divorced, commitrech a.
Minist. 2.


“ Again, ye have heard that it has been 33. " said by them of old time, Thou shalt

not forswear thy self, but thalt per“ form unto the Lord thine oaths. But

34. " I say unto you, swear not at all

“ neither by Heaven, for it is God's

throne : nor by the Earth, for it is his 35.
« footstool : neither by Jerusalem, for
" it is the city of the great King. Nei- 36,
“ther shalt thou swear by thy head,
" because thou canst not make one hair
" white or black. But let your com- 37.
c6 munication be, yea, yea ; nay, nay ;
" for whatsoever is more than these,
o comerh of evil.

“ Ye have heard that it has been said, 38.

an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a

“ tooth. But I say unto you, that ye 39. * Luke vi. "refift not evil: a but whosoever thall 29. “ smite thee on thy right cheek, turn

to him the other also. And if any 40.
b Luke vi. one will sue thee at the law, and

“ take away thy coat, let him have thy
« cloke also. And whofoever shall com-

41. pel thee to go a milę, go with him Luke vi. “ twain. Give to him that asketh

42. 30.

thee ; and from him that would bor-
row of thee, turn not thou away.

"Ye have heard that it has been said, 43.
“ Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and
“ hate thy enemy : * • But I say unto 27. Luke vi.

you which hear, Love your enemies, “ do good to them which hate you :




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