Page images

ceiveth me.

Christ warneth his disciples.

MATTHEW, XVIII. Christ teaches to be humble. offend, n them, go thou to the sea, A. D. 32. 13 And if so be that he find it, and cast an hook, and take up the

verily I say unto you, he rejoiceth fish that first cometh up; and when n Ro.14.21. more of that sheep, than of the thou hast opened his mouth, thou 15.1-3. ninety and nine which went not shalt find 2 a piece of money : that


astray. take, and give unto them, for me

2 a stater,

14 Even so it is not the will of and thee.

which was
half an

your Father which is in heaven, CHAPTER XVIII.

Ounce of that one of these little ones should 1 Christ teacheth to be humble. 7

silver. perish. Touching offences, 21 and forgiving (CHAP. 18.) 15 T Moreover if thy r brother one another.

shall trespass against thee, go and a Mar.9.33.

Lu.9.46,&c. tell him his fault between thee Amiche same time came the

22.24,&c. and him alone: if hes shall hear disciples unto Jesus, saying, b Ps.51.10-13. thee, thou hast gained thy broWho is the greatest in the kingdom Jno.3.3. ther. of heaven?

c 1Co.14.20.

16 But if he will not hear thee, 2 And Jesus called a little child

I Pe.2.2.

then take with thee one or two

d Lu. 14.11. unto him, and set him in the midst

Ja.4.10. of them,

more, that in the mouth of two or 3 And said, Verily I say unto you,

three witnesses t every word may e ch.10.42. f Mar.9.42.

be established. Except ye be converted, b and be

Lu. 17.1.2.

17 And if he shall neglect to hear come as little children, c ye shall g 109.11.19. them, tell it unto the church: but not enter into the kingdom of hea- Jude 4. if he neglect to hear the church, ven.

h Jude 11. let him u be unto thee as an hea4 Whosoever therefore shall hum-ich.5.29.30. then man and a publican. ble himself d as this little child, Mar.9.43, 45. 18 Verily 1 say unto you, Whatsothe same is greatest in the king. k He.4.11. ever v ye shall bind on earth, shall dom of heaven.

I Lu.9.25.

be bound in heaven: and whatso5 And whoso shall receive one

m Ac. 12.15.

ever ye shall loose on earth, shall such little child e m my name re

n Ps. 17.15.

be loosed in heaven.
och. 1.21.

19 Again I say unto you, That if 6 But whoso shall offend f one of


two of you shall agree on earth as these little ones which believe in Jno.3.17. touching any thing that they shall me, it were better for him that a 10.10. ask, it w shall be done for them of millstone were hanged about his 12.47. my Father which is in heaven. neck, and that he were drowned in iTi.1.15. 20 For where two or three are the depth of the sea.

p Lu. 15.4,&c. gathered together x in my name, 71 Wo unto the world because

there am I in the midst of them. of offences ! for , it must needs be 92Pe.3.9.

21 9 Then came Peter to him, and that offences come; but woh to

r Le.19.17.
Lu. 17.3.

said, Lord, how oft shall my brother that man by whom the offence

$ Ja.5.20.

sin against me, and I forgive y him? cometh !

t De. 19.15.

till seven times? 8 Wherefore, i if thy hand or thy 2C0.13.1. 22 Jesus saith unto him, I say not foot offend thee, cut them off, and u Ro. 16.17. unto thee, Until seven times; but, cast them from thee: it is better IC0.5.3-5. Until seventy times seven. for thee to enter into life halt or 2Th.3.6,14. 23 Therefore is the kingdom of maimed, rather than having two v ch.16.19. heaven likened unto a certain king, hands or two feet to be cast into


which would take account z of his everlasting fire.

Ac. 15.23


31. 9 And if thine eye offend thee,

24 And when he had begun to pluck it out, and cast it from thee:

w Mar. 11.24.

reckon, one was brought unto him, it is better for thee to enter k into

which owed him ten thousand Ita

Jno. 16.24. life with one eye, rather than


lents : having two eyes í to be cast into « Jno.20.19.

25 But forasmuch as he had not to hell-fire.

10.5.4. pay, his lord commanded him to be 10 Take heed that ye despise not y Mar. 11.25. sold, a and his wife, and children, one of these little ones; for I say Lu. 17.4. and all that he had, and payment unto you, That in heaven their z R9.14.12. to be inade. angels m do always behold n the 1 a talent is 26 T'he servant therefore fell face of my Father which is in hea- 750 ounces down, and 2 worshipped hiin, savVen.

of silver,

ing. Lord, have patience with me, 11 For the Son of man is come to

which, at 5 and I will pay thee all.

shillings save that o which was lost.

27 Then the lord of that servant

the ounce, 12 How think ye? If p a man is 1571. 105. was moved with compassion, b and have an hundred sheep, and one of

a 2Ki.4.1. loosed him, and forgave him the them be gone astray, doth he not 2 besought

debt. leave the ninety and nine, and goeth him.

28 But the same servant went out, into the mountains, and seeketh'b Ps.78.38. and found one of his fellow-serthat which is gone astray?

vants which owed him an hunChrist healeth the sick. MATTHEW, XIX. How to attain eternal life. dred 3 pence: and he laid hands on A. D. 32. be for fornication, and shall marry him, aud took him by the throat,

another, committeth adultery: and saying, Pay me that thou owest.

3 the Roman whoso marrieth her which is put 29 And his fellow-servant fel!

away doth commit adultery.

penny is down at his feet, and besought him, the eighth 10 His disciples say unto him, saying, Have c patience with me, part of an If the case of the man be so with and I will pay thee all.


his wife, it is not good to marry.g 30 And he would not : but went which, at 5 11 But he said unto them, All men and cast him into prison, till he shillings cannot receive this saying, sare they should pay the debt.

the ounce, to whom it is given. 31 So when his fellow-servants is seven

12 For there are some eunuchs, saw what was done, they were

pence half, which were so born from their mo

penny, very sorry, and came and told unto


ther's womb: and there are some their lord all that was done.

eunuchs, which were made eunuchs 32 Then his lord, after that he had c ver.26. of men and there be eunuchs, called him, said unto him, O thou

which have made themselves wicked servant, d I forgave thee d Le. 19. 18. eunuchs for the kingdom of heaall that debt, because thou desiredst

ven's sake.h He that is able to reme :

e ch.6.12.

ceive it, let him receive it. 33 Shouldest not thou also have


13 1 Then were there brought

Ja.2.13. had coinpassion on thy fellow-ser

unto him little children, that he vant, even as I had pity on thee? 31 And his lord was wroth, and (CHAP. 19.) should put his hands on them, ani

pray: and the disciples rebuked delivered him to the tormentors, a Mar. 10.1.

them. till he should pay all that was due Jno. 10.40. 14 But Jesus said, Suffer i little unto him.

children, and forbid them not, to 35 Soe likewise slıall my heavenly b Ge.1.27. come unto me: for of such k is the Father do also unto you, if ye

5.2. kingdom of heaven. from your hearts forgive not every

Mal.2.15. 15 And he laid his hands on them, one his brother their trespasses.

and departed thence. CHAPTER XIX.

c Ge.2.24.

16 And behold, one came, and 2 Christ healeth the sick. 3 Answer


said unto him, Good Master, what eth the Pharisees touching divorce

d iCo. 7.10.

good l thing shall I do, that I may ment. 16 How to attain everlasting

have eternal life? lifc.

e De.24.1.

17 And he said unto him, Why

Is.50.1. callest thou me good ? there is noue Jesus had finished these say

good but one, that is God: but if ings, he departed a from Galilee, fch.5.32. tho wilt enter into life, keep the and came into the coasts of Judea Lu. 16.18. commandments. beyond Jordan;

18 He saith unto him, which! 2 And great multitudes followed

Jesus said, Thou shalt m do no him; and he healed them there.

murder, Thou shalt not commit 3 | The Pharisees also came unto & Pr. 19.13.

adultery, Thou shalt not steal. him, tempting him, and saying unto


Thou shalt not bear false witness, him, Is it lawful for a man to put

h 1C.7.32.

19 Honour thy father and thy moaway his wife for every cause?

ther : and, Thou n shalt love thy 4 And he answered and said unto i Mar. 10.14. neighbour as thyself. them, Have ye not read, that he b Lu. 18.16, 20 The young man saith unto him, which made them at the beginning,

&e. All these things have I kept from made them male and female,

my youth up : what lack I yet! 5 And said, For c this cause shall k ch.18.3. 21 Jesus said unto him, if thon a man leave father and mother,

wilt be perfect, go o and sell that and shall cleave to his wife:and they 1 Mar. 10.17. thou hast, and give to the poor, and twain shall be one flesh ?

Lu. 10.25.

thou shalt have treasure in heaven: 6 Wherefore they are no more


and come and follow p me.

Ex.20.13. twain, but one flesh. What d there.

22 But when the young man hean! fore God hath joined together, let

m De.5.17,&c.

that saying, he went away sorrownot man put asunder.

ful: for he had great possessions. 7 They say unto him, Why e did

n Lu. 19.22. 23 Then said Jesus unto his Moses then command to give a

disciples, Verily I say unto you, writing of divorcement, and to put

o Lu.12.33.

That a rich man shall hanily her away?

16.9. 8 He saith unto them, Moses, be


enter into the kingdom of heaven. cause of the hardness of your


24 And again I say unto you. It is hearts, suffered you to put away

1T1.6.18,19. easier for a camel to go through the

eye of a needle, than for a rich man your wives: but from the beginning p Joo. 12.26. to enter into the kingdom of God. it was not so.

25 When his disciples heard , 9 And I say unto you, Whosoever f 9 iTi.6.9,10. shall put away his wife, except it

they were exceedingly amazed,

saying, Who then can be saved ?


For the kingdom of heaven ais

Labourers in the vineyard.

MATTHEW, XX. Christ teaches humility. 36 But Jesus beheld them, and said A. D. 33. lil, they murmured g against the unto them, With men this is im

goodman of the house, possible; but with r God all things r Ps.3.8. 12 Saying. These last have are possible.

62.11. I wrought but one hour, and thout 21 [ Then answered s Peter and

Zec.S.6. hast made them equal unto us, said unto him, Behold, we have for- s Mar.10.28.

which have borne the burden and raken all, t and followed thee;


heat of the day. what shall we have therefore ?


13 But he answered one of them, 28 And Jesus said unto them,


and said, Friend, h I do thee no Verily I say unto you, That ye


wrong: didst not thou agree with which have followed me, in the re- Co.6.2.3.

me for a penny ? generation when the Son of man Re.2.26.

14 Take that thine is, and go tliy shall sit in the throne of his glory, v Mar. 10.29, way:i I will give unto this last yeu also shall sit upon twelve

30. even as unto thee. thrones, judging the twelve tribes

Lu. 18.29, 15 Is k it not lawful for me to do of Israel

30. what I will with mine own? Is ? 29 Aud v every one that hath

IC0.2.9. thine eye evil, because I am good ? forsaken houses, or brethren, or w ch.20.16. 16 Som the last shall be first, sisters, or father, or mother, or


and the first last: for n many be wife, or children, or lands, for my

Mar. 10.31.

called, but few chosen. name's sake, shall receive a hun


17 T And o Jesus going up to

Ga.5.7. dred-fold, and shall inherit ever- lle.4.1. lasting lite.

Jerusalem, took the twelve disci

(CHAP. 20.) ples apart in the way, and said un30 But w many that are first shall a Ca.8.11,12. to them, be last; and the last shall be first. b ch.18.28. 18 Behold, we go up to JerusaCHAPTER XX.

c Pr. 19.15. lemn; and the Son of man shall be Of the labourers in the vineyard, etc.

Eze. 16.49. betrayed unto the chief priests and

unto the scribes, and they shall like an

He.6.12. condemn him to death, householder, a which went out ear

d Ec.9.10.

19 And p shall deliver him to the

Jn0.9.4. ly in the morning to hire labourers

Gentiles to mock, and to scourge, into his vineyard.

e Lu.10.7.

and to crucify him: and the third 2 And when he had agreed with

f Lu.23.40-43.

day he shall rise again. the labourers for a penny b a day, & Lu. 15.29, 20 T Then r came to him the he sent them into his vineyard.

30. mother of Zebedee's children, with 3 And he went out about the 1 or, con her sons, worshipping him, and dethird hour, and saw others stand

tinued one siring a certain thing of him. ing idle in the market-place,

hour onl

21 And he said unto her, What 4 And said unto them, Go ye al

h ch.22.12.

wilt thou ! She saith unto him,

i Jno. 17.2. 80 into the vineyard, and whatso

k Ro.9.14-24.

Grant that these my two sons may ever is right, I will give you. And Ja.l.18.

sit, the one on thy right hand, and they went their way.

I ch.6.23. the other on the left, in thy king5 Again he went out about the De, 15.9.

dom. sixth and ninth hour, and did like-mch.19.30. 22 But Jesus answered and said, Wise.

nch.22.14. Ye know not what ye ask. 6 And about the eleventh hour 2Th.2.13. able to drink of the cup that I shall he went out, and found others

Ja. 1.23-25. rink of, and to be baptized with standing idle, and saith unto them, och, 16.21,&c. the s baptism that I am baptized Why stand ye here all the day

Mar. 10.32.

with? They say unto him, We Lu. 18.31.

are able.

Jno. 12.12. 7 They say unto him, Because

23 And he saith unto them, Yet

p ch.27.2,&c. no man hath hired us. He saith

Mar. 15.1,

shall drink indeed of my cup, and unto them, d Go ye also into the 16,&c.

be baptized with the baptism that vineyard ; and whatsoever is right, Lu. 23. 1,&c.

I am baptized with; but to sit on that shall ye receive.

Jno. 18.28. my right hand, and on my left, is 8 So when even was come, the Ac.3.13. not mine to give, but it shall be prolord of the vineyard saith unto 1C0.15.3-7. en to them for whom it is prepared his steward, Call the labourers, 9 Is.53.5. of my Father and e give them their hire, begin- Mar.10.35. 21 And when the ten heard it, ning from the last into the first.

s Lu. 12.50

they were moved with indignation 9 And when they came that t Ac. 12.2.

against the two brethren. were hared about the eleventh f


25 But Jesus called them unto

2Co.1.7. hour, they received every man a

him, and said, Ye u know that the

Re. 1.9. penny. 10 But when the first came, they v1 Pe.5.3.

uLu.22.25,26. princes of the Gentiles exercise do

minion over them, and they that supposed that they should have wch.23.11. are great exercise authority upon received more; and they likewise Mar.9.35. them. received every man a penny.

10. 13.

26 But it shall not be v so among 11 And wiicn they had received

you: but w whosoever will be great

Are ye

idle ?


Christ rideth into Jerusalem. MATTHEW, XXI. Driveth the buyers and sellers. among you, let him be your minis- A. D. 33. 10 And when he was come into

Jerusalem, all the city was moved, 27 And whosoever will be chief

x Lu.22.27. saying, Who is this? among you, let him be your servant: Joo. 13.1.14. 11 And the multitude said. This

28 Even as the Son of man came Phi.2.7. is Jesus the prophet of Nazareth not to be ministered unto, but to

of Galilee. minister, and to give his life a ran- y Is.53.5,8,11. 12 And f Jesus went into the som for many y

Da.9.24,26. temple of God, and cast out all 29 And as they departed from

ITI.2.6. them that sold and bought in the Jericho, a great multitude followed


temple, and overthrew the tables him.

He.9.25. 30 And, z behold, two blind

of the money-changers, and the 1Pe. 1.18,19. Re, 1.5.

seats of them that sold doves, men sitting by the way-side, when

13 And said unto them, It is g they heard that Jesus passed by,

2 ch.9.27. written, My house shall be called cried out, saying, Have mercy on Mar. 10.46.

the house of prayer; but ye have us, O Lord, thou son of David ?

Lu. 18.35.

made it a den of h thieves. 31 And the multitude rebuked

14 And the blind and the lame them, because they should hold (CHAP. 21.) came to him in the temple ; and 2 their peace : but they cried the

he healed them. more, saying, Have mercy on us, a Mar. 11.1. 15 And when the chief priests O Lord, thou son of David !

Lu.19.29. and scribes saw the wonderful 32 And Jesus stood still, and

things that he did, and the children called them, and said, What will b Zec.9.9. crying in the temple, and saying, ye that I shall do unto you?

Hosanna k to the son of David! 33 They say unto him, Lord, that c Is.62.11. they were sore displeased, our eyes may be opened.

Mar. 11.4, 16 And said unto him, Hearest 31 So Jesus had compassion on

thou what these say? And Jesus them, and touched their eyes: and

Jno. 12.15.

saith unto them, Yea: hare se immediately their eyes received

d ch.23.39.

never read, Out 1 of the mouth of sight, and they followed him.

Ps. 118.26.

babes and sucklings thou hast perCHAPTER XXI.

fected praise ? Christ rideth into Jerusalem on an e Lu.2.14. 17 T And he left them, and went ass, etc.

out of the city into Bethany; and ND a when they drew nigh un

he lodged there. to Jerusalem, and were come f Mar.11.11. turned into the city, he hungered:

18 Now in the morning as he reto Bethphage, unto the mount of

Lu. 19.45, Olives, then sent Jesus two disci


19 And m when he saw ! a fis ples,

Jno.2.15, tree in the way, he came to it, and 2 Saving unto them, Go into

&c. found nothing thereon, but leaves the village over against you, and

only, and said unto it, let no frat straightway ye shall find an ass g Is.56.7.

grow on thee henceforwant it lied, and a colt with her: loose

h Je.7.11.

ever. And presently the tig tree them, and bring them unto me.

withered n away. 3 And if any man say ought unto i Is.35.6. 20 And when the disciples saw you, ye sha!I say, The Lord hath

it, they marvelled, saving, How need of them; and straightway he k ver.9.

soon is the fig tree withered away! will send them.

1 Ps.8.2.

21 Jesus answered and said uito 4 All this was done, that it might

them, Verily I say unto you. lio be fulfilled which was spoken by m Mar. 11.13. ye have faith, and doubt nu, te the prophet, b saying,

shall not only do this wouch is como 5 Tell ye the daughter of Sion, c + one fig-tree. to the fig tree, but also if ye sha! Behold, thy King cometh unto thee, meek, and sitting upon an ass,

say unto this mountain, Be thog n Jude 12.

removed, p and be thou cast into and a colt the foal of an ass.


the sea, it shall be done. 6 And the disciples went, and did Lu. 17.6.

22 And all things whatsoever ye as Jesus commanded them,

Ja, 1.6. shall ask q in prayer, beheving, ye 7 And brought the ass, and the

shall receive. colt, and put on them their clothes, p 1Co.13.2. 23 T Andr when he was come and they set him thereon.

into the temple, the chief priests 8 And a very great multitude 9 ch.7.7. spread their garments in the way :

and the elders of the people came Mar. 11.24.

unto him as he was teaching, and others cut down branches from the

Ja.5.16. trees, and strewed them in the way.


said, By s what authontr dvest

thou these things ? and who gave 9 And the multitudes that went


thee thus authority? before, and that followed, cried, r Mar.11.27. saying, Hosanna to the son of Da

21 And Jesns answered and said

Lu.20.1. vid! Blessed d is he that cometh

unto them, I also will ask ron on in the name of the Lord; Hosanna

8 Ex.2.14.

thing, which if ye tell me, I in in the highest le

wise will tell you by what author.

ity I do these things.


John Baptist beheaded. MATTHEW, XIV. Christ walketh on the sea. when Jesus had finished these pa- A. D. 31.

desert place apart; and when the rables, he departed thence.

people had heard thereof, they fol54 And x when he was come into

lowed him on foot out of the cities.

x Mar.6.1,&c. his own country, he taught them in


14 And:Jesus went forth, and i saw their synagogue, insomuch that

a great multitude, and was moved they were astonished, and said, y 1s.49.7. with compassion k toward them, Whence hath this man this wisdom, 53.3.

and he healed their sick. and these mighty works?

Jno.6.42. 15 T And when it was evening, 55 Is not this the carpenter's son?

his disciples came to him, saying, Is not his mother called Mary ? and (CHAP. 14.) This is a desert place, and the time his brethren, James, and Joses, and

is now past; send the multitude

a Mar.6.14, Simon, and Judas?

away, that they may go into the 56 And his sisters, are they not all

Lu.9.7,&c. villages, and buy themselves victwith us? Whence then hath this

1 or, are

uals. man all these things?

wrought by

16 But Jesus said unto them. They 57 And they were offended y in


need not depart; give ye them to eat. him. But Jesus said unto them,

17 And they say unto him, We A prophet is not without honour, Le.19.16.

have here but five loaves, and two save in his own country, and in his


fishes. own house.

18 He said, Bring them hither to 58 And he did not many mighty ch.21.26.

me, works there, because of their un- Lu, 20.6. 19 And he commanded the multibelief.

tude to sit down on the grass, and CHAPTER XIV.

2 in the

took the five loaves and the two 1 Herod's opinion of Christ. 3 John midst. fishes, and, looking up to heaven, Baptist beheaded. 15 Five thou

he blessed, and brake, and gave the sand fed

d Pr.29.10. loaves to his disciples, and the disT that time a Herod the te

ciples to multitude.

[ocr errors]



filled : and they took up of the 2 And said unto his servants,

fragments that remained twelve This is Join ihe Baptist; he is f Ju.21.1. baskets full.2

1Sa 14.28. risen from the dead; and therefore

21 And they that had eaten were mighty works i do show forth


about five thousand men, beside

Ec.5.2. themselves in him.

women and children. 3 TFor Herod had laid hold on

22 T And straightway Jesus conJolin, and bound him, and put him . Ac.8.2.

strained his disciples to get into a in prison for Herodias' sake, his n ch.10.23. ship, and to go hefore him unto the brother Philip's wise.

12.15. other side, while he sent the mul4 For John said unto him, Ilb is Mar.6.32, titudes away. not lawful for thee to have her.

&c. 23 And when he had sent the 5 And when he would have put Lu.9.10,&c. multitudes away, hem went up into him to death, he feared the multi

Jno.6.1,2, a mountain apart to pray: and tude, because they counted him as c


when the evening was come, he a prophet

was there alone. 6 But when Herod's birthday was

24 But the ship was now in the kept, the danghter of Herodias

midst of the sea, tossed with waves; dinced 2 before them, and pleased i ch.9.36.

for the wind was contrary, Herod,


25 And in the fourth watch of the 7 Whereupon he promised with k He.4.15. night Jesus went unto them, walkan oath to give her whatsoever she

ing on the sea. would ask.

1 2Ki.4.1-7.

26 And n when the disciples saw 8 And she, being hefore instructed

him walking on the sea, they were of her mother, said, Give me here 3ohn Baptist's'd herd in a charger. m Mar.6.46. troubled, o saying, It is a spirit;

and they cried out for fear. 9 And the king was sorry: e never- n Job 9.8.

27 But straightway Jesus spake theless for the oath's f sake, and Jno.6.19. unto them, saying, Bep of good them which sat with him at meat,

cheer; it is 1; he not afraid. lle commanded it to be given her.

o Lu.24.37. 28 And Peter answered him and 10 And he sent, and beheaded

said, Lord, if it q be thou, bid me John in the prison.

come unto thee on the water. 11 And his head was brought in a

29 And he said, Come. And when charger, and given to the damsel : « Phi.4.13. Peter was come down out of the and she brought it to her mother. 12 Anủ his disciples came and 3 or, strong. ship, he walked on the water, to go

. took up the body, and buried g it,

30 But when he saw the wind and went and told Jesus.


3 boisterous, he was afraid ; and

La.3.57. 13 9 When Jesus heard of it, hel

beginning to siuk, he cried, saying, departed thence by a ship into al

Loru, save me.

p Ac.23.11.

« PreviousContinue »