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Thou art Christ the Son of God. 9 For he was astonished, and all And be, rebuking them, suffered that were with him, at the draught them not to speak: for they knew of the fishes which they had taken: that he was Christ.
110 And so was also James and f 42 And when it was day, he de- John the sons of Zebedee, which parted, and went into a desert were partners with Simon. And place; and the people sought him, Jesus said unto Simon, Fear not: and came unto him, and stayed from henceforth thou sbalt catch him, that he should not departmen. from them.
1d 11 And when they had brought 43 And he said unto them, I their ships to land, they forsook must preach the kingdom of God all, and followed him.
$. to other cities also, for therefore f 12 | And it came to pass, when am I sent.
he was in a certain city, behold, 2 g 44 And he preached in the syn. man full of leprosy: who seeing agogues of Galilee.
Jesus, fell on his face, and besought CHAP. V.
him, saying, Lord, if thou wil, f AND it came to pass, that as thou canst make me clean.
A the people pressed upon him m 13 And he put forth his hand to hear the word of God, he stood and touched him, saying, I will: by the lake of Gennesaret. Be thou clean. And immediately
2 And saw two ships standing the leprosy departed from him. by the lake : but the fishermen 14 And he charged him to tell werc gone out of them, and were no man : but go, and shew thyself washing their pets.
to the priest, and offer for thy 3 And he entered into one of the cleansing, according as Moses ships, which was Simon's, and commanded, for a testimony unto prayed him that he would thrust them. out a little from the land. And he m 15 But so much the more went sat down, and taught the people there a fame abroad of him : and out of the ship.
great multitudes came together to 4 Now, when he had left speak- | hear and to be healed by him of ing, he said unto Simon, Launch their infirmities. out into the deep, and let down | 16 | And he withdrew himself your nets for a draught.
into the wilderness, and prayed. 5 And Simon answering, saic g 17 And it came to pass on a cerunto him, Master, we have toiled tain day, as he was teaching, that all the night, and have taken no- there were Pharisees and doctors thing; nevertheless, at thy word of the law sitting by, which were I will let down the net.
come out of every town of Galilee, m 6 And when they had this done, and Judea, and Jerusalem: and they enclosed a great multitude the power of the Lord was present of fishes: and their net brake. to heal them.
7 And they beckoned unto their f 18 | And behold, men brought partners, which were in the other in a bed a man which was taken ship, that they should come and with a palsy : and they sought help them. And they came, and means to bring him in, and to lay filled both the ships, so that they him before him. began to sink.
10 19 And when they could not c 8 When Simon Peter saw it, he find by what way they might bring fell down at Jesus' knees, saying, him in, because of the multitude, Depart from me; for I am a sinful they went upon the house-top, and man, O Lord.
I let him down through the tiling
with his couch, into the midst be- 33 And they said unto him, fore Jesus.
Why do the disciples of John fast 20 And when he saw their faith, often, and make prayers, and likehe said unto him, Man, thy sins are wise the disciples of the Pharisees forgiven thee.
but thine eat and drink? 21 And the scribes and the Pha- 34 And he said unto them, Can risees began to reason, saying, ye make the children of the brideWho is this which speaketh blas- chamber fast, while the brides phemies? Who can forgive sins but groom is with them? God alone ?
35 But the days will come, when t 22 But when Jesus perceived the bridegroom shall be taken away their thoughts, he answering, said from them, and then shall they fast unto them, What reason ye in in those days. your hearts?
li 36 T And he spake also a para23 Whether is easier, to say, ble unto them: No man putteth a Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to piece of a new garment vpon an say, Rise up and walk ?
old: if otherwise, then both the 24 Bat that ye may know that new maketh a rent, and the piece the Son of man hath power upon that was taken out of the new, earth to forgive sins (he said unto agreeth not with the old. the sick of the palsy,) I say unto o 37 And no man putteth new thee, Arise, and take up thy couch, wine into old bottles ; else the new and go unto thine house
wine will burst the bottles, and be m 25 And immediately he arose I spilled, and the bottles shall perish, up before them, and took up that 38 But new wine must be put whereon he lay, and departed to into new bottles, and both are prehis own house, glorifying God. served. d 26 And they were all amazed, 39 No man also having drunk and they glorified God, and were old wine, straightway desireth news filled with fear, saying, We have for he saith, The old is better. seen strange things to-day.
CHAP. VI. d 27 1 And after these things he f AND it came to pass on the went forth, and saw a publican A second sabbath after the named Levi, sitting at the receipt first, that he went through the cornof custom: and he said unto him, fields; and his disciples plucked Follow me.
the ears of corn, and did eat, rub28 And he left all, rose up, and bing them in their hands.. followed him.
2 And certain of the Phariseeg f 29 And Levi made him a great said unto them, Why do ye that feast in his own house ; and there which is not lawful to do on the was a great company of publicans, sabbath-days? and of others that sat down with 3 And Jesus answering them, them.
said, Have ye not read so much as 30 But their scribes and Phari- this, what Ďayid did, when him. sees murmured against his disci- self was a hungered, and they ples, saying, Why do ye eat and which were with him; drink with publicans and sinners? 4 How he went into the house t 31 And Jesus answering, said of God, and did take and eat the unto them, They that are whole shew-bread, and gave also to them need not a physician ; but they that were with him, which it is not that are sick.
lawful to eat but for the priests 32 I came not to call the right alone ? eous, but sinners to repentance. It 5 And he said unto them, That the Son of man is Lord also of the all Judea and Jerusalem, and from sabbath.
the sea-coast of Tyre and Sidon, d 6 And it came to pass also on which came to hear him, and to another sabbath, that he entered be healed of their diseases; into the synagogue, and taught : m 18 And they that were vexed and there was a man whose right with unclean spirits: and they were hand was withered :
healed. c 7 And the scribes and Pharisees 19 And the whole multitude watched him, whether he would sought to touch him ; for there heal on the sabbath-day; that they went virtue out of him, and healed might find an accusation against them all. him.
16 20 1 And he lifted up his eyes t 8 But he knew their thoughts, on his disciples, and said, Blessed and said to the man which had the be ye poor ; for yours is the king. withered hand, Rise up, and stand dom of God. forth in the midst. And he arose, 6 21 Blessed are ye that hunger and stood forth.
now: for ye shall be filled. Blessed 9 Then said Jesus unto them, I are ye that weep now: for ye shall will ask you one thing ; Is it law-laugh. ful on the sabbath-days to do good, 6 22 Blessed are ye when men or to do eyi) ? to save life, or to shall hate you, and when they destroy it?
shall separate you from their com. m 10 And looking round about pany, and shall reproach you, and upon them all, he said unto the cast out your name as evil, for the man, Stretch forth thy hand. And Son of man's sake. he did so : and his hand was re- 23 Rejoice ye in that day, and stored whole as the other. leap for joy : for behold, your rec 11 And they were filled with ward is great in heaven: for in madness; and communed one with the like manner did their fathers another what they might do to unto the prophets. Jesus.
w 24 But wo unto you that are d. 12 And it came to pass in those rich ! for ye have received your days, that he went out into a consolation. mountain to pray, and continued w 25 Wo unto you that are full ! all night in prayer to God
for ye shall hunger. Wo unto you f 13 And when it was day, he that laugh now! for ye shall mourn called unto him his disciples : and and weep. of them he chose twelve, whom w 26 Wo unto you, when all men also he named Apostles ;
shall speak well of you ! for so n 14 Simon (whom he also named did their fathers to the false pro Peter) and Andrew his brother, phets. James and John, Philip and Bar-d* 27 | But I say unto you which tholomew,
| hear, Love your enemies, do good 15 Matthew and Thomas, James to them which hate you the son of Alpheus, and Simon 28 Bless them that curse you called Zelotes,
and pray for them which despite 16 And Judas the brother of fully use you. James, and Judas Iscariot, which 29 And unto him that smiteth also was the traitor.
thee on the one cheek, offer also g 17 T And he came down with the other; and him that taketh them, and stood in the plain ; and away thy cloak, forbid not to take the company of his disciples, and thy coat also. a great multitude of people out of a 30 Give to every man that ask
h of thee; and of him that ta- when thou thyself beholdest not th away thy goods, ask them not the beam that is in thine own eye? ain.
Thou hypocrite, cast out first the 31 And as ye would that men beam out of thine own eye, and ould do unto you, do ye also to then shalt thou see clearly to pull em likewise.
out the mote that is in thy bro32 For if ye love them which ther's eye. 'e you, what thank have ye? t 43 For a good tree bringeth not
sinners also love those that forth corrupt fruit; neither doth a e them.
corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. 3 And if ye do good to them 44 For every tree is known by ich do good to you, what thank his own fruit : for of thorns men re ye? for sinners also do even do not gather figs, nor of a bramsame.
ble-bush gather they grapes. 4 And if ye lend to them of t 45 A good man out of the good im ye hope to receive, what treasure of his heart, bringeth ik have ye? for sinners also forth that which is good ; and an
to sinners, to receive as much evil man out of the evil treasure n.
of his heart, bringeth forth that i But love ye your enemies, which is evil ; for of the abundo good, and lend, hoping for dance of the heart his mouth ing again; and your reward / speaketh. be great, and ye shall be the 46 | And why call ye me Lord, ren of the Highest : for he is Lord, and do not the things which unto the unthankful and to I say? vil.
li 47 Whosoever cometh to me, Be ye therefore merciful, as and heareth my sayings, and doeth Father also is merciful. them, I will shew you to whom he Judge not, and ye shall not is like. Iged : condemn not, and ye 48 He is like a man which built not be condemned: forgive, a house, and digged deep, and laid e shall be forgiven : the foundation on a rock : and Give, and it shall be given when the flood arose, the stream
ood measure, pressed beat vehemently upon that house, and shaken together, and and could not shake it : for it was g over, shall men give into founded upon a rock. . osom. For with the same i 49 But he that heareth and 'e that ye mete withal, it doeth not, is like a man that with. e measured to you again. out a foundation built a house nd he spake a parable unto upon the earth, against which Can the blind lead the stream did beat vehemently, and shall they not both fall into immediately it fell, and the ruin of h ?
that house was great. ne disciple is not above his
CHAP. VII. : but every one that is per- g N OW when he had ended all all be as his master.
I V his sayings in the audience nd why beholdest thou the of the people, he entered into Ca. at is in thy brother's eye, I pernaum. eivest not the beam that f 2 And a certain centurion's serne own e
vant, who was dear unto him, was ther how canst thou say to sick, and ready to die. her, Brother, let me pull 3 And when he heard of Jesus, note that is in thine eye, he sent unto him the elders of the Jews, beseeching him that he would and began to speak : and he delicome and heal his servant. vered him to his mother.
4 And when they come to Je- 16 And there came a fearon all: sus, they besought him instantly, and they glorified God, saying, saying, That he was worthy for That a great prophet is risen up whom he should do this :
among us; and, That God hath 5 For he loveth our nation, and visited his people. . . he hath built us a synagogue. g 17 And this rumour of him went d 6 Then Jesus went with them. forth throughout all Judea, and And when he was now not far throughout all the region round from the house, the centurion sent about. friends to him, saying unto him, f 18 And the disciples of John Lord, trouble not thyself: for Ishewed him of all these things." am not worthy that thou shouldest 19 | And John calling unto him enter under my roof;
two of his disciples, sent them to je Wherefore neither thought I sus, saying, Art thou he that should myself worthy to come unto thee; come? or look we for another? but say in a word, and my seryant 20 When the men were come shall be healed.
Junto him, they said, John Baptist t 8 For I also am a man set under hath sent us unto thee, saying, Art authority, having under me. sol- thou he that should come? or look diers, and I say unto one, Go, and we for another? . he goeth; and to another, Come,m 21 And in that same hour he and he cometh ; and to my ser- cured many of their infirmities, and vant, Do this, and he doeth it. plagues, and of evil spirits; and
9 When Jesus heard these things, unto many that were blind he gave he marvelled at him, and turned sight. him about and said unto the peo- d 22 Then Jesus answering, said ple that followed him, I say unto unto them, Go your way, and tell you, I have not found so great John what things ye have seen faith, no, not in Israel.
and heard ; how that the blind m 10 And they that were sent, re- see, the lame walk, the lepers are turning to the house, found the cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead servant whole that had been sick. are raised, to the poor the gospel
f 11 And it came to pass the is preached. day after, that he went into a city 16 23 And blessed is he, whosoever called Nain ; and many of his dis- shall not be offended in me. * ciples went with him, and much 24 | And when the messengers people.
of John were departed, he began $ 12 Now when he came nigh to to speak unto the people concernthe gate of the city, behold, there ing John, What went ye out into was a dead man carried out, the the wilderness for to see? A reed only son of his mother, and she shaken with the wind ?
. was a widow : and much people 25 But what went ye out for to of the city was with her.
see ? A man clothed in soft rai h 13 And when the Lord saw her, ment? Behold, they which are he had compassion on her, and gorgeously apparelled, and live said unto her, Weep not. delicately, are in kings' courts.
14 And he came and touched 26 But what went ye out for to the bier : And they that bare him see ? A prophet? Yea, I say unto stood still. And he said. Young Ivou, and much more than a pronhet. man, I say unto thee, Arise. Tp 27 This is he, of whom it is writ. m 15 And he that was dead satup, i ten, Behold, I send my messenger