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"beam that is in thine own eye? Thou Galilee. Etat. 31. "hypocrite, caft out firft the beam out 42. Luke vi. Minift. 2. of thine own eye, and then shalt thou' "fee clearly to pull out the mote that

a Luke vi.


" is in thy brother's eye.

"Give not that which is holy unto 6. Mat. vii "dogs, neither caft ye your pearl be"fore fwine, left they trample them.. "under their feet, and turn again and

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"Ask and it fhall be given you, feek
"and ye fhall find, knock and it shall
"be opened unto you. For every one
"that asketh, receiveth; and he that
feeketh, findeth; and to him that
knocketh, it fhall be opened. Or 9.
"what man is there of you, whom if
"his Son ask bread, will he give him a
"ftone? Or if ask a fifh, will he give 10,
"him a ferpent? If ye then being evil, 11.
"know how to give good gifts unto
your children, how much more fhall
your Father which is in heaven give
good things to them that ask him?
"Therefore all things whatsoever 'ye 12.
"would that men fhould do to you, do
ແ ye even fo to them: for this is the
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"Enter ye in at the ftrait gate;
for 13.
"wide is the gate, and broad is the way
"that leadeth to deftruction, and many
"there be which go in thereat. Be- 14.
"caufe ftrait is the gate, and narrow is
"the way which leadeth unto life, and
"few there be that find it.



at 31.

Minift. 2.

"Beware of falfe Prophets, which Anno Mat. vii. 15. come to you in fheep's cloathing, but 16." inwardly are ravening wolves. Ye "fhall know them by their fruits:

Luke vi. 44."

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For every tree is known by his own "fruit: for of thorns men do not Mat. vii. gather figs, nor of a bramble-bush 16, 17. 43. gather they grapes. For a good tree bringeth not forth corrupt fruit; nei"ther doth a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.

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A good tree cannot bring forth " evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree 19. bring forth good fruit. Every tree "that bringeth not forth good fruit, is "hewn down and caft into the fire.

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"A good man out of the good trea-
fure of his heart, bringeth forth that
which is good, and an evil man out
of the evil treafure of his heart,
bringeth forth that which is evil: for
of the abundance of the heart his
mouth speaketh.
* Wherefore by
"their fruits ye fhall know them.
"Not every one that faith unto me,
Lord, Lord, fhall enter into the king-
"dom of heaven; but he that doth the
will of my Father which is in heaven.
Many will fay to me in that day,
Lord, have we not prophefied in thy
name? and in thy name have calt
out devils? and in thy name have
"done many wonderful works? And
then will I profefs unto them, I ne-
ver knew you; depart from me ye
that work iniquity. And why call



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ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the Galilee. Etat. 31. " things which I fay? Whofoever com- 47. Luke vi. "eth to me, and heareth my fayings, " and doeth them, I will fhew you to

Minift. 2. a Mat. vii. 24.



b Luke vi. "whom he is like. I will liken 24. Mat. vii. "him unto a wife man which built 48. Luke vi. Mat. vii.« his houfe, and digged deep, and laid

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upon that houfe; and it fell not, for
"it was founded upon a rock. And 26.
every one that heareth these sayings
"of mine, and doeth them not, shall
"be likened unto a foolish man which
"built his house upon the fand: and
"the rain defcended, and the floods
came, and the winds blew, and beat
upon that houfe; and it fell, and
66 great was the fall of it.

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And it came to pafs when Jefus had ended these fayings, the people were aftonished at his doctrine. For he 29. taught them as one having authority, and not as the Scribes.



Mar. viii. I.

Luke vii.

Mat. viii.
Luke vii.



Jefus cures the Centurion's Servant at

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Hen [Fefus] was come down


titudes follow'd him. Now when he had ended all his fayings in the audience of the people, he entred into Ca2. pernaum. And a certain (a) Centurion's fervant, who was dear unto him, was fick of the palfie, grievoufly tormented,







Etat. 31.
Minift. 2.

and ready to die. And when he a Mas viii. heard of Jefus, he fent unto him the el 5, 6. ders of the Jews, befeeching him that he would come and heal his fervant. And when they came to Jefus, they be fought him inftantly, faying, That he was worthy for whom he fhould do this. For he loveth our nation, and hath built us a Synagogue. Then Jefus went ↳ Mat. viii. with them. And when he was now not 7.





far from the house, the Centurion fent friends to him, faying unto him, © Lord, © Mat. viii. trouble not thy felf, for I am not worthy 8. that thou shouldeft enter under my roof. 7. Wherefore neither thought I my felf worthy to come unto thee: but fay in a Mat. viii. word and my fervant shall be healed. 8, 9, 10. For I alfo am a man fet under authority, having Soldiers under me; and I fay


(a) Centurion, an Officer in the Roman Army, having the command of an hundred Men.



unto one, go, and he goeth; and to an-Capernaum. Etat, 31 other, come, and he cometh; and to my Minift. 2. fervant, do this, and he doth it.

When Jefus heard these things, he 9. Luke vii. marvelled at him, and turned him about, and faid unto the people that follow'd him, I fay unto you, that I have not found fo great faith, no not in Ifrael.

And I fay unto you, that many fhall 11. Mat. viii, come from the East and Weft, and shall fit down with Abrabam, and Ifaac, and Facob in the kingdom of heaven. But 12. the children of the kingdom fhall be caft out into outer darkness; there fhall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.

And Jefus faid unto the Centurion, 13. Miracle: Go thy way, and as thou haft believed,

fo be it done unto thee. And his Ser

vant was healed in the felf fame hour.
* And they that were fent, returning 10. Luke vii.
to the houfe, found the Servant whole
that had been fick.


Jefus reftores life to the Son of the
Widow of Naim.




ND it came to pafs the day after, 11.
that [Jefus went into a City cal-
led Naim; and many of his difciples
went with him, and much people. Now
when he came nigh to the gate of the
City, behold there was a dead man car-
ried out, the only Son of his Mother,
and the was a Widow; and much peo-

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