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shall be whole.
Christ raiseth Jairus.
MATTHEW, X. Twelve apostles sent out. cloth unto an old garment, for that A. D. 31. out, the dumb spake: a and the which is put in to fill it up taketh
multitudes marvelled, saying, It from the garment, and the rent is m Job 32.19. was never so seen in Israel.
n Mar.5.22 34 But the Pharisees saith, Heb 17 Neither do men put new wine into old botties : else m the bottles Jno.11.22,
Lu.8.41,&c. casteth out devils through the
prince of the devils. break, and the wine runneth out,
35 And c Jesus went about all the and the bottles perish : , but they Mar.5.25.
cities and villages, teaching in their put new wine into new bottles, and both are preserved.
Lu.8.43. synagogues, and preaching the gos18 While n he spake these
pel of the kingdom, and healing 9 Ac. 19.12.
every sickness and every disease things unto them, behold, there
among the people. came a certain ruler, and worship
36 T But when he saw the multiped him, saying, My daughter is Ac. 14.9.
tudes, he was moved with comeven now dead: but come and lay
passion on them, because they thy hand upon her, and she shall
were scattered 1 Mar.5.38.
Lu.8.51. 19 And Jesus arose, and followed
abroad, as sheepd having no shep
herd. him, and so did his disciples.
37 Then saith he unto his disci20 And, p behold, a woman,
V Ac. 20.10.
ples, The harvest e truly is plenwhich was diseased with an issue of w 2Ki.4.33. teous, but the labourers are few; blood twelve years, came behind 2 or, this 38 Pray ye therefore the Lord of ham, and touched the hem of liis fame. the harvest, that he will send garment :
X ch.15.22. forth f labourers into his harvest. 21 For she said within herself, if I 20.30,31. may but touch his garment,
The apostles are sent to do miracles,
13.42.2. 22 But Jesus turned him about, 52.13.
and to preach. and when he saw her, he said z ch.12.22. Daughter, be of good comfort; thy s Lu.11.14. him his twelve disciples, he a faith hath made thee whole.
gave them power against 1 unclean the woman was made whole from a Is.35.6. spirits, to cast them out, and heal
all manner of sickness and all man23 And t when Jesus came into Mar.3.22. ner of disease. the ruler's house, and saw the u Lu.11.15. 2 Now the names b of the twelve minstrels and the people making a c ch.4.23.
apostles are these : The first, Sinoise, 24 Ile said unto them, Give place:
mon, who is called Peter, and An3 or, were tired and
drew his brother; James the son of for the maid is not dead, v but, sleepeth. And they laughed him d Nu.27.17.
lay down. Zebedee, and John his brother;
3 Philip, and Bartholomew ; Tho1 Ki.22.17.
mas, and Matthew the publican; 25 But when the people were
Eze. 31.5. James the son of Alpheus, and Lebforth, w he went in, and took her Zec. 10.2. beus, whose surname was Thadby the hand, and the maid urose. e Lu.10.2.
deus; 26 And 2 the fame hereof went Jno.4.35.
4 Simon the Canaanite, and Judas abroad into all that land. 27 | And when Jesus departed
Iscariot, who also betrayed him.
5 These twelve Jesus sent forth, thence, two blind men followed (CHAP. 11.) and commanded them, saying, Go him, crying, and saying, Thou son a Mar.3.13.
not into the way of the Gentiles, of David, x have mercy on us.
14,6,7,&c. and into any city of the Samaritansc 28 And when he was come into
Lu.9.1,&c. enter ye not: the house, the blind men came to 1 or, over. 6 But god rather to the lost sheepe him: and Jesus saith unto them, b Lu.6.13. of the house of Israel. Believe ye that I am able to do c 2Ki. 17.24. 7 And, as ye go, preach, saying, f this? They said unto him, Yea, Jno.4.5,9,20. The kingdom of heaven is at hand.
d Ac. 13.46. 8 Heal the sick, cleanse the le29 Then touched he their eyes, e Ps. 119.176. pers, raise the dead, cast out devils: saying, According to your faith be it Is.53.6. freely g ye have received, freely
Je,50 6,17. give. 30 And their eyes were opened; Eze 34.5,6,8. 9 2 Provide h neither gold, nor siland Jesus straitly charged them,
ver, nor brass, in your purses. saying, See that no man know yit.
fch.3.2;4.17. 31 But they, when they were de
10 Nor scrip for your journey, nei
Lu.9.2;10.9. parted, spread abroad his fame in 2 or, Get.
ther two coats, neither shoes, nor & Ac.8. 18,20.
yet 3 staves ; for i the workman is h Lu.22.35.
worthy of his meat. 329 As they went out, behold, 1Co.9.7,&c.
11 And into whatsoever city or they brought to hirida dumb man z 3 a staff
town ye shall enter, inquire who in
i . it is worthy; and there abide till 33 And when the in T was cast
ye go thence. 11
all that country.
possessed with a dch w
The apostles comforted.
Blessing promised. 12 And when ye come into an A. D. 31. is able to destroy both soul and house, salute it.
body in hell. 13 And if the house he worthy, k Ps. 35. 13. 29 Are not two sparrows sold for let your peace come upon it : but
a 7 farthing ? and one of them shall if it be not worthy, let your peace
not fall on the ground without your return k to you.
Father. 14 And whosoever shall not re
30 Buta the very hairs of your ceive you, nor hear your words, m ch.11.22.
head are all numbered. when ye depart out of that house n Ro.16.19. 31 Fear ye not therefore, ye are or city, shakel off the dust of your Ep.5.15. of more value than many sparrows. feet.
32 Whosoever therefore shall cou15 Verily I say unto you, It m shall
fess me before men, him b will I be more tolerable for the land of 0 Phi.2. 15.
confess also before my Father Sodom and Gomorrah in the day p Phi.3.2. which is in heaven. of judgment, than for that city.
9 ch.24.9. 33 But whosoever cshall deny me 16 T Behold, I send you forth as Mar. 13.9. before men, him will I also deny besheep in the midst of wolves : be ye therefore wise n as serpents, and
fore my Father which is in heaven. 2Co.11.2
34 Think not that I am come to 4 harmless o as doves.
send peace on earth : Id came not 17 But beware p of men: for they s Ac. XXIV.
to send peace, but a sword. will deliver you up to the councils,
35 For I am come to set a man al and they will scourge r you in their t Mar. 13.11. variance e against his father, and synagogues;
the daughter against her mother. 18 And yes shall be brought be- 21.14, 15. and the daughter-in-law against fore governors and kings for my u Da. 12.12. her mother-in-law. sake, for a testimony against them
36 And f a man's foes shall be they and the Gentiles.
V Ac.8.1. of his own household. 19 Butt when they deliver
37 Heg that loveth father or moup, take no thought how or what *or, end, or, ther more than me, is not worthy ye shall speak ; for it shall be given
of me: and he that loveth son or you in that same hour what ye w Lu.6.40. daughter more than me, is not shall speak.
worthy of me. 20 For it is not ye that speak, but
38 And he that taketh not his cross, the Spirit of your Father which x Jno.8.48. and followeth after me, is not speaketh in you.
worthy of me. 21 And the brother shall deliver
39 He h that findeth his life, shall up the brother to death, and the y Mar.4.22.
lose it: and he that loseth his hfe father the child: and the children
for my sake shall find it. shall rise up against their parents,
40 T He i that receiveth you, reand cause them to be put to death! z Is.8, 12, 13. ceiveth me; and he that receiveth 22 And ye shall be hated of all
1Pe.3. 14. men for my name's sake: but heu
me, receiveth him that sent me.
41 He k that receiveth a prophet in that endureth to the end shall be
the name of a prophet, shall resaved.
7 In value,
ceive a prophet's reward ; and he 23 But when they persecute you halfpenny that receiveth a righteous man in in this city, flee v ye into another : farthing, a the name of a righteous man, shall for verily I say unto you, Ye shall
receive a righteous man's rewant. not 5 have gone over the cities of
of the Ro
42 And whosoever shall give to Israel, till the Son of man be come. man penny. drink unto one of these little ones 24 The disciple w is not above
a cup of cold water only in the his master, nor the servant above a Ac.27.34.
name of a disciple, verily I say unto his lord.
b Re.3.5. you, he shall in no wise lose his re25 It is enough for the disciple
ward. that he be as his master, and the c 2Ti.2.12.
CHAPTER XI. servant as his lord. If they x have dLu. 12.49,53. 2 John sendeth his disciples to Christ. called the master of the house e Mi.7.5,6. 7 The testimony of Christ CONCETT6 Beelzebub, how much more shall
f Ps.41.9. ing John. 20 Christ upbraideth the they call them of his household ?
unthankfulness and impenitence of 26 Fear them not therefore : for v 8 Lu. 14.26. there is nothing covered, that shall n ch.16.25.
Chorazin, Bethsaida, and Caper.
naum, etc. not be revealed; and hid, that shall i ch.18.5. not be known. 27 What I tell you in darkness,
Jno. 12.44. ing his twelve disciples, he depart: that speak ye in light: and what ye hear in the ear, that preach ye
kiKi. 17 10.
ed thence, to teach and to preach He.6.10.
in their cities. upon the house-tops. 28 And fear z not them which kill(CHAP. 11.) the prison the
2 Now a when John had heard in the body, but are not able to kill a Lu.7.18.
Torks of Chnst, he the soul : but rather fear him which
sent two of 4
lisciples, 3 And sal
And it came to pass, when Jesus
to him, Art thou he
Woes on Capernaum. that should come, or do we look! A. D. 31. don, they would have repented long for another?
ago in sackcloth and ashes. 4 Jesus answered and said unto 1 Is.8.14, 15. 22 But I say unto you, It s shall be them,Go and show John again those 1Co. 1.22,23. more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon things which ye do hear and see:
at the day of judgment,than for you. 5. The blind receive their sight. Lu.7.24-30. 23 And thou, Capernaum, which and the lame walk, the lepers are
art t exalted unto heaven, shall be cleansed, and the deaf hear, the
brought down to hell: for if the
e ls. 10.3. dead are raised up, and the poor Mal.3.1.
mighty works, which have been have the gospel preached to them. Lu.1.76.
done in thee, had been done in So6 And blessed is he, whosoever Jno.5.35.
dom, it would have remained until shall not be offended b in me.
3 Jno. 1.15. this day. * FAnd as they departed, Jesus
27,3.30. 24 But I say unto you, That uit began to say unto the multitudes 1 or, is goiten shall be more tolerable for the land concerning John, What went c ye
by force, of Sodom in the day of judgment, out into the wilderness to see? a
than for thee. reed shaken with the wind?d
25 T At v that time Jesus an8 But what went ve ont for to
swered and said, I thank thee, O see! a man clothed in soft raiment? In Lu.16.16.
Father, Lord of heaven and earth, Behold, they that wear soft cloth- Ep.6.11-13.
because thou hast hid these things ing are in king's houses.
from the wise and prudent, and hast 9 But what went he out for to Mal.4.5. revealed them unto babes.u see? a prophet? yea, I say unto k R2,2.7.&c. 26 Even so, Father: for so it seemyou, and more than a prophei. I Lu.7.31. ed good in thy sight.
10 For this is he of whom it is e mch.10.25. 27 All things x are delivered unto written, Behold, I send my messen
Jno.7.20. me of my Father: and no man ger before thy face, which shall n ch.9.10. knoweth the Son, but the Father ; prepare thy way before thee.
neither knoweth y any man the Fa11 Verily I say unto you, Among f
o Lu. 15.2.
ther, save the Son, and he to whom
19.7. them that are born of women there hath not risen a greater than John
soever the Son will reveal him. |p Ps.92.5,6. Pr. 17.24.
28 T Come unto me, all ve that laihe Baptist : notwithstanding, heo Lu. 10.13,
bour 2 and are heavy laden, and I that is least in the kingdom of hea
&c. will give you rest. ven is greater than he.
r Jno. 12.21. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and 12 And from the days of John the
learn a of me; for I am meek and Baptist until now the kingdom of Sch. 10,15; lowly b in heart: and ye c shall find kearen I suffereth violence, and the t 14:14,13-15. rest unto your souls. volent take h it by force.
30 For my yoke is easy, d and my 13 For all the prophets and the
burden is light. law prophesied until John.
v Lu. 10.21,
&c. 14 And ii ve will receive it, this
w Ps. 2. 1 Chrisi reproveth the Pharisees' blindis Elias, which i was for to come. Je. 1.7.8.
ness concerning the breach of the 15 He k that hath ears to hear, let 1Co. 15.27.
sabbath: 9 he healeth the withered
I ch.28.18. hand, etc. 16 But I whereunto shall I liken Lu.10.22. this generation? It is like unto Jno.3.35. sabbath-day through the corn; children sitting in the markets, and
and his disciples were an hungerCalling unto their fellows,
1C0.15.27. ed, and began to pluck b the ears 17 And saying, We have piped y Jnr. 1. 18.
of corn, and to eat. unto you, and ye have not danced ;
2 But when the Pharisees saw it,
z 15.55.1-4. we have mourned unto you, and
they said unto him, Behold, thy ye have not lamented.
disciples do that which is not law18 For John came neither eating Zec.9.9. ful to do cupon the sabbath-day. nor drinking, and they say, llem Je.6.16.
3 But he said unto them, Have ye hath a devil.
not read what David did d when he 19 The Son of man came eating n (CHAP. 12.) was an hungered, and they that and drinking, and they say. Behold a Mar.2.23, were with him; a man gluttonous, and a wine-bib
&c. 4 How he entered into the house of her, a friend of publicans o and sin
Lu.6.1,&c. God, and did eat the show-bread, e pers. But wisdom p is justified of De.23.25. which was not lawful for him to herchildren.
eat, neither for them which were
d Sa. 21.6. 2) I Then q began he to upbraid
with him, but only f for the priests?
e Ex. 25.30. the cities wherein most of his fEx.29.32,33.
5 Or have ye not read in the law, tughty works were done, because
how that on the sabbath-lays the They repented not.
h Jno. 7.22,23. priests in the temple h profane the 21 Wo unto thee, Chorazin! wo i ch.23.17-21. sabbath, and are blameless ? anto thee, Bethsaida! r for if the 2Ch.6.18. 6 But I say unto you, That in this mighty works, which where done in Mal.3.1.
place is one greater i than the teniyou had been done in Tyre and Si
The Pharisces reproved. MATTHEW, XI.
Of blasphemy. 7 But if ye had known what this A.D. 31. to desolation, and every city, or meaneth, Ik will have mercy, and
house divided against itself shal! not sacrifice, ye would not have
not stand : condemned the guiltless.
k Ho.6.6. 26 And if Satan, cast out Satan, 8 For the Son of man is Lord even
he is divided against himself; how of the sabbath-day.
I Mar.3.1,&c. shall then his kingdom stand? 9 And I when he was departed Lu.6.6, &c. 27 And if I by Beelzebub r cast thence he went into their syna
out devils, by whom do your childgogue :
ren cast them out? Thefore they 10 And behold, there was a man
shall be your judges. which had his hand withered. And
28 But if I cast out devils by the they asked him, saying, Is m it law- n De.22.4.
Spirit of God, then the kinguom s ful to heal on the sabbath-days?
of God is come unto you. that they might accuse him.
1 or, took 29 Or else how can one enter into 11 And he said unto them, What counstl.
a strong man's house, and spoil t man shall there be among you that
his goods, except he first hind the shall have one sheep, and n if it o Is.42.1. strong man? and then he will spoil fall into a pit on the sabbath-day,
his house. will he not lay hold on it, and lit it p Mar.3.11. 30 He that is not with me, is out ?
Lu.11.14. against me: u and he that gathereth 12 How much then is a man bet
not with me, scattereth abroad. ter than a sheep? Wherefore it is 2 Beelzetul. 31 T Wherefore I say unto you, lawful to do well on the sabbath
All v manner of sin and blasphemy days.
shall be forgiven unto meu: but the 13 Then saith he to the man,
Jno.2.24,25. blasphemy aguinst the Holy Ghost Stretch forth thine hand. And he
w shall not be forgiven unto men. stretchel it forth: and it was re
32 And whosoever speaketh a stored whole, like as the other.
word against the Son of man, I it 14 9 Then the Pharisees went out,
shall be forgiven him: but whosoand "I held a council againsi him, s ch.6.33. ever speaketh against the Holy how they might destroy him.
Da.2.41. Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, 15 But when Jesus knew it, he Lu.11.20. neither in this world, neither in the withdrew himself from thence: and 17.21.
world to come. great multitudes followed him, and Ro.11.17. 33 Either make the tree good, and he healed them all ;
his fruit good; or else make the 16 And charged them that they t Is.49.24. tree corrupt, and his fruit corrupt; should not make liim known:
for y the tree is known by his fruit. 17 That it might be fulfilled which
31 O generation z of vipers! how was spoken by Esaias the prophet,o
can ye, being evil, speak good saying,
things? For out a ofihe abundance 18 Behold my servant, whom I
of the heart the mouth speaketh. have chosen; my beloved, in whom
35 A good man out of the good my soul is well pleased : I will put
treasure of the heart bringeth furti
Lu. 12.10. my spirit upon him, and he shall
good things: and an evil man, out show judgment to the Gentiles.
w He. 10.29. of the evil treasure, bringeth forth 19 He shall not strive, nor cry;
1Jno.5. 16. evil things. neither shall any man hear his voice
36 But I say unto you, That erery in the streets.
x Lu.7.34. idle word that men shall speak, 20 A bruised reed shall he not Jno.7.12. they shall give account b thereof in break, and smoking flax shall he iTi.1.13. the day of judgment. not quench, till he send forth judg
37 For by thy words c thou shalt ment unto victory.
y ch.7.16,17. he justified, and by thy wonts thou 24 And in his name shall the Gen
shall be condeinned. tiles trust.
z ch.3.7. 38 9 Then certain of the scribes 22 T Then p was brought unto
and of the Pharisees answered, say. him one possessed with a devil, a Lu.6.45.
ing, Master, we would see a sign d blind and dumb: and he healed
from thee. him, insomuch that the blind and
39 But he answered and said dumb both spake and saw.
unto them, An evil and adulte roos 23 And all the people were amaz.
e generation seeketh after a sign; ed, and said, Is not this the son of David ?
and there shall no sign be given to c Pr. 13.3.
it, but the sign of the prophet Jo24 But when the Pharisees heard
nas: it, they said, This fellow doth not
1 Co.1.22. 40 For f as Jonas was three days cast out devils, but by 2 Beelzebub
and three nights in the whale's bei the prince of the devils.
e Is.57.3. ly; so shall the Sun of man be 25 And Jesus knew their thoughts,
three days and three mights in the q and said unto them, Every king- f Jon. 1. 17. heart of the earth. dom divided against itself is brought
41 The men of Nineveh shall rise
Parable of the
3ower and the seeds in judgment with this generation, A. D. 31. were scorched; and because they and shall condemn git: because
had not root they withered away. they repented at hthe preaching of g R0.2.27. 7 And some fell among thorns; Jonas ; and, behold, a greater than
and the thorns sprung up, and Jonas is here.
choked them. 42 The i queen of the south shall i Lu.11.31,
8 But others fell into good ground, rise up in the judgment with this
and brought forth fruit, some an generation, and shall condemn it: k2Ch.9.1. hundred-fold, some sixty-fold, some for she k came from the uttermost i Lu.11.21.
thirty-fold. parts of the earth to hear the wisdom of Sclomon; and, behold, a
9 Who c hath ears to hear, let m Job 1.7. I Pe.5.8.
him hear. greater than Solomon is here.
10 And the disciples came, and 43 When I the unclean spirit is n He.6.4: said unto hinn, Why speakest thou
10.26. gone out of a man, he m walketh throngh dry places, seeking rest,
unto them in parables? 2Pe.2.20,22
11 He answered and said unto and findeth none.
them, Because it is given unto you 44 Then he saith, I will return into
tod know the mysteries of the kingmy house from whence I came out;
Lu.8.19,&c. dom of heaven, but to them it is and when he is come, he findeth it p ch. 13.55. not given. empty, swept, and garnished.
9 ch.7.20. 12 For e whosoever hath, to him 45 Then goeth he, and taketh with Jno.15.14. shall be given, and he shall hare himself seven other spirits more
G2.5.6. more abundance: but whosoever wicked than himself, and they en- He.2.11. hath not, from him shall be taken ter in and dwell there and the
1J no.2. 17.
away, even that he hath. last state of that man is worse n (CHAP. 13.) 13 Therefore speak I to them in than the first. Even so shall it be
a Lu.5.3, parables : because they seeing see also unto this wicked generation.
not; and hearing they hear not, 46 T While he yet talked to the
neither do they understand. people, behold, his o mother and his
14 And in them is fulfilled the brethren p stood without, desiring w prophecy of Esaias, f which saith, to speak with him.
c ch. 1.15. By 9 hearing ye shall hear, and 47 Then one said unto him, Be
shall not understand; and seeing hold, thy mother and thy brethren
ye shall see, and shall not perceive: stand without, desiring to speak 1C..2.10,14. 15 For this people's heart is waxed with thee.
Ep.1.9, 18. gross, and their ears are dull h of 48 But he answered and said unto 3.9. hearing, and their eyes they have him that told him, Who is my mo- Col.1.26,27. closed ; lest at any time they should ther? and who are my brethren? 1Jno.2.27. see with their eyes, and hear with
49 And he stretched forth his e ch.25.29. their ears, and should understand hand toward his disciples, and said, Lu.19.26. with their heart, and should be Behold my motherand my brethren! f Is.6.9. converted, and I should heal them. 50 For whosoever shall do the will
16 But i blessed are your eyes, for
& Eze. 12.2. qof my Father which is in heaven, Joo. 12.40. they see : and your ears, for they the same is my brother, and sister,
Ac.23.26,27. hear. and mother.
R., 11.8. 17 For verily I say unto you, That CHAPTER XIII.
k many prophets and righteous 3 of the souer and the seed; with
15. men have desired to see those other parables. 12 Why Christ h He.5.11. things which ye see, and have not taught in parables.
ich, 16.17. seen them; and to hear those things WE same day went Jesus out Lu. 10.23.24. which ye hear, and have not heard
of the house, and sat by the Jno.20.29. them. sea-side.
2Co.4.6. 18 T Hear 1 ye therefore the para2 And great multitudes were ga- k Ep.3.5,6. ble of the sower. thered together unto him, so that He.11.13. 19 When any one heareth the he went into a ship, a and sat; and 1 Pe,1,10,11. word m of the kingdom, and underthe whole multitude stood on the 1 Mar.4.14, standeth it not, then cometh the shore.
&c. wicked n one, and catcheth away 3 And he spake many things unto Lu.8.11,&c. that which was sown in his heart. them in parables, saying, Behold, b m ch.4.23. This is he which received seed by a sower went forth to sow;
n IJno.2.13, the way side. 4 And when he sowed, some seeds 14,3.12. 20 But he that received the seed fell by the way side, and the fowls
into stony places, the same is he came and devoured them up. Eze.33.31,32. that heareth the word, and anon
5 Somne fell upon stony places, Jno.5.35. with joy o receiveth it; where they had not much earth Ga.4.15. 21 Yet hath he not root in himself, and furthwith they sprung up, be
but dureth for a while: for when cause they had no deepness of 26.31. tribulation or persecution arisetia earth :
Ti.24.16. because of the word, by and by he 6 And when the sun was up, they
is offended. P