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And Jesus saith unto them. How of Jadea into Galilee, he went an- built us & synagogue. Then Jesus many loaves have ye? And they to bim, and besought him that went with them. And when he said, Seven, and a few little fishes. he would come down and heal was now not far from the house, And he commanded the multitude his son: for he was at the point of the centurion sent friends to him, to sit down on the ground. And death. Then said Jesus unto him, saying unto him, Lord, trouble he took the seven loaves and the Except ye see signs and wonders, not thyself; for I am not worthy fishes, and gave thanks, and brake ye will not believe. The noble- that thou shonldest enter under them, and gave to his disciples, man saith unto him, Sir, come my roof; Wherefore neither and the disciples to the multitude. down ere my child 'die. Jesus thought I myself worthy to come And they did all eat, and were saith unto him, Go thy way; thy unto thee: bút say in a word, and filled: and they took up of the son liveth. And the man believed my servant shall be bealed. For broken meat that was left seven the word that Jesus had spoken I also am a man set under authorbaskets full. And they that did unto him, and he went his way. ity, having under me soldiers, and eat were four thousand men, be. And as he was now going down, I say unto one, Go, and he goeth; sides women and children. And his servants met him, and told and to another, Come, and be be sent away the multitude, and him, saying, Thy son liveth. Then cometh; and to my servant, Do took ship, and came into the coasts enquired he of them the bour this, and he doeth it. When of Magdala.

when he began to amend. And Jesús heard these things, he

they said unto him, Yesterday marvelled at him, and turned FISH WITH THE MONEY IN ITS at the seventh hour the fever left him about, and said unto the MOUTI.

him. So the father knew that it people that followed him, I say

tas at the same hour in the which unto you, I have not found so Matt. xvii, 27 Notwithstanding, Jesus said unto him, Thy son liv- great faith, no, not in Israel. And lest we should offend them, goeth; and himself believed, and his they that were sent, returning to thou to the sea, and cast an hook, whole house. This is again the the house, found the servant and take up the fish that first second miracle that Jesus did, whole that had been sick. cometh up; and when thou hast when he was come out of Judea opened his mouth, thou shalt find

into Galilee. a piece of money: that take, and

MAN SICK OF THE Palsy. give unto them for me and thee.

PETER'S MOTIIER-IN-LAW.

Luke V, 18-25. And, behold,

men brought in a bed & man FIG-TREE BLASTED.

Mark 1, 30, 31. Bat Simon's which was taken with a palsy:

wife's mother lay sick of a fever; and they sought means to bring Matth. xxi, 19--21. And when he and anon they tell him of her. him in, and to lay him before him. saw a fig-treo in the way, he came And he came and took her by the And when they could not find by to it, and found nothing thereon, hand, and lifted her up; and im, what way they might bring bim but leaves only, and said unto it, mediately the fever left her, and in because of ihe multitude, they Let no fruit grow on thee hence she ministered unto them. forward for ever. And presently

went upon the housetop, and let the fig-tree withered away. And

him down through the tiling when the disciples saw it, they

LEPER.

with his couch into the midst bemarvelled, saying, How soon is Mark 1, 40--44. And there came

fore Jesus. And when he saw the fig-tree withered away! Jesus a leper to him, beseeching him, their faith, he said unto him, Man, answered and said unto them, and kneeling down to him, and thy sins are forgiven thee. And Verily I say unto you, if ye have saying unto him, If thou wilt, the scribes and the Pharisees befaith, and doubt not, ye shall not thou canst make me clean. And gan to reason, saying, Who is only do this which is done to the Jesus, moved with compassion, this which speaketh blasphemies? fig-tree, but also if ye shall say put forth his hand, and touched 1 Who can forgive sins, but God unto this mountain, Be thou re- him, and saith unto him, I will; be alone? But when Jesus perceived moved, and be thou cast into the thou clean. And as soon as he their thoughts, he answering said sea; it shall be done.

had spoken, immediately the unto them, What reason ye in

leprosy departed from him, and your hearts? Whether is easier DRAUGHT OF FISHES. he was cleansed. And he straitly to say, Thy sins be forgiven thee; John xxi,5, 6, 10. 11. Then Jesus charged him, and forthwith sent or to say, Rise up and walk? But saith unto them, Children, have ye him away; And saitli unto him, that ye may know that the Son any meat? They answered him, No. See thou say nothing to any man: of man hath power upon earth to And he said unto them, Cast' the but go thy way, shew thyself to forgive sins, (he said unto the sick net on the right side of the ship, the priest, and offer for thy cleans of the palsy) I say unto thee, and ye shall find. They casting those things which Moses Arise, and take up thy couch, and

And imtherefore, and now they were not commanded, for a testimony unto go unto thine house. able to draw it for the multitude them.

mediately he rose up before them of fishes. Jesus saith unto them,

and took up that whereon he lay, Bring of the fish which ye bavé

CENTURION'S SERVANT. and departed to his own house, now caught. Simon Peter went up, Luke vii, 1--10. Now, when he glorifying God. and drew the net to land full of had ended all his sayings in the

WOMAN WITH THE ISSUE OF great fishes, an hundred and Afty audience of the people, he entered aud three: and for all there were into Capernaum. And a certain

BLOOD. 80 many, yet was not the net centurion's servant, who was dear Luke vlfi, 43-48. And a woman, broken.

unto him, was sick, and ready to having an issue of blood twelve

die. And when he heard of years, which had spent all her 2nd.-TUE IIEALING OF Jesus, he sent unto him the elders living upon physicians, neither DISEASES.

of the Jews, beseeching him that could be healed of any. Camo

he would come and heal his ser- behind him, and touched the borTHE NOBLEMAN'S SON.

vant. And when they came to der of his garment: and immediJohn iv, 46-51. . . . And there Jesus, they besought him instant-iately ber issue of blood stanched. was a certain nobleman, whose ly, saying, That he was worthy And Jesus said, Who touched me? son was sick at Capernaum. When for whom he should do this: For When all denied, Peter and they, he heard that Jesus was come out he loveth our nation, and he hath that were with him said, Master

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the multitude throng theo and him, saying, Is it lawful to heal came to pass, that, as they went, press thee, and sayest thou, Who on the sabbath-days ? that they they were cleansed. And one of touched me? And Jesus said, might accuse him. And he said them, when he saw that he was Somebody hath touched me; for I unto them, What man shall there healed, turned back, and with a perceive that virtue is gone out be among you, that shall have one loud voice glorified God, And fell of me. And when the woman sheep, and if it fall into a pit on down on his face at his feet, saw that sho was not hid, she the sabbath-day, will he not lay giving him thanks: and he was a came trembling, and, falling down hold on it, and lift it out? How Samaritan. And Jesus answerbefore him, she declared unto him much then is a man better than ing said, Were there not ten before all' the people for what a sheep? Wherefore it is lawful to cleansed? but where are the nine? cause she had touched him, and do well on the sabbath - days. There are not found that returned how she was healed immediately. Then saith he to the man, Stretch to give glory to God, save this And he said unto her, Daughter, forth thino hand. And he stranger. And he said unto him, be of good comfort: thy faith hath stretched it forth; and it was Arise, go thy way; thy faith hath made thee whole; go in peace. restored whole, like as the other. made thee whole.

THE LAME MAN AT BETHESDA. MAN DEAF AND DUMB CURED. THE EAR OF MALCHUS HEALED.

John v, 1--15. After this there Mark vil, 31--35. And again de Luke xxil, 50, 51. And one of was a feast of the Jews; and Jesus parting from the coasts of Tyre them smote a servant of the high went up to Jerusalem. Now there and Sidon,

And they priest, and cut off his right ear. is at Jerusalem, by the sheep brius unto him one that was And Jesus answered and said, market, a pool, which is called in deaf, and had an Impediment in bis Suffer ye thus far. And ho the Hebrew tongue, Bethesda, speech; and they beseech him to touched his ear, and healed him, having five porches. In these lay put his bandupon him. And he took a great multitude of impotent him aside from the multitude, and 3rd.-GIVING SIGHT TO TIIE folk, of blind, balt, withered, put his fingers into his ears, and

BLIND. waiting for the moving of the he spit, and touched bis tongue; water. For an angel went down And, looking up to heaven, he

TWO BLIND MEN. at a certain season into the pool, sighed, and saith unto him, Matth. 1x, 28--30. And when he and troubled the water: whoso- Ephphatha, that is, Be opened. was come into the house, the ever then first, after the troub. And straightway his ears were blind men came to him: and Jesus ing of the water, stepped in, was opened, and the string of his saith unto them, Believe ye that I made whole of whatsoever disease tongue was loosed, and he spake am able to do this? They said he had. And a certain man was plain.

unto him, Yea, Lord. Then there, which had an infirmity

touched he their eyes, saying, thirty and eight years. When WOMAN CURED OF EIGHTEEN According to your faith be it unto Jesus saw him lie, and knew that

YEARS INFIRMITY.

you. And their eyes were openhe had been now a long time in

ed: and Jesus straitly charged that case, he saith unto him, Wilt

Luke xiil, 11-13. And, behold, them, saying, See that no man thou be made whole? The im- there was a woman which had a

know it. potent man answered him, Sir, spirit of infirmity eighteen years, I have no man, when the water and was bowed together, and is troubled, to put me into the could in no wise lift up herself. BLIND MAN RESTORED TO Sight. pool: but while I am coming, And when Jesus saw her, he Mark viii, 22-26. And he comanother steppeth down before called her to him, and said unto eth to Bethsaida; and they bring me. Jesus saith unto him, Rise, her, Woman, thou art loosed a blind man unto him, and be take up thy bed, and walk. And from thine infirmity. And he laid sought him to touch him. And immediately the man was made his hands on her; and immediately he took the blind man by the whole, and took up his bed, and she made straight, and hand, and led him out of the walked: and on the same day was glorified God.

town; and when he had spit on the sabbath. The Jews there

his eyes, and put his hands upon fore said unto bim that was cured,

DROPSICAL Max.

him, he asked him if he saw It is the sabbath-day; it is not law

Luke xiv, 1-4. And it came to ought. And he looked up, and ful for thee to carry thy bed. He pass, as he went into the house of said, 1.see men as trees, walking. answered tliem, He that made me one of the chief Pharisees to eat upon his eyes, and made him

After that he put his hands again whole, the same said unto me, bread on the sabbath day, that look up; and he was restored, and Take up thy bed, and walk? Then they watched him. And, behold, saw every man clearly. And he asked they him, What man is there was a certain man before sent him away to his house, say. that which said unto thee, Take him which had the dropsy. And ing, Neither go into the town, nor up thy bed, and walk? And Jesus answering, spake unto the tell it to any in the town. he that was healed wist not lawyers and Pharisees, saying, Is who it was; for Jesus had convey. it lawful to heal on the sabbathed himself away, a multitude day? And they held their peace. Max BORN BLIND. being in that place. Afterward And he took him, and healed him, Jesus findeth him in the temple, and let bim go. and said unto bim, Behold, thou

John ix, 1, 5--7. And as Jesus art made whole: sin no more, lest

passed by, he saw a man which

TEN LEPERS CLEANSED. a worse thing come unto theo.

was blind from his birth. As long The man departed, and told the

Luke xvii, 12-19. And as he as I am in the world, I am the Jews that it was Jesus wbich had entered into a certain village, light of the world. When he had made him whole.

there met him ten men that were thus spoken, he spat on the ground

lepers, which stood afar off: And and made clay of the spittle, and MAN WITH A WITHERED HAND.

they lifted up their voices, and he anointed the eyes of the blind

said, Jesus, Master, have mercy man with the clay, and said unto Matth. xii, 10-13. And, behold, on us. And when he saw them, him, Go, wash in the pool of there was a man which had his he said unto them, Go sħew your- Siloam, (which is, by interpretahand withered And they asked selves unto the priests. 'And it I tion, Sent.) He went his way

was

therefore, and washed, and came and no man could bind him, no, brought unto him one possessed seeing

not with chains: Because that he with a devil, blind and dumb:

had been often bound with fetters and he healed him, insomuch BLIND BARTIYEUS.

and chains, and the chains had that the blind and dumb both Mark x, 46-52. And they came been plucked asunder by him, spake and saw. to Jericho:

and as he went out of and the fetters broken in pieces: Jericho with his disciples and a neither could any man tame him.

DEMONIAC Bor. great number of people, blind And always, night and day, he

Mark ix, 17-27. And one of the Bartimeus, the son of Timéus, sat was in the mountains, and in the multitude answered and said, by the highway side, begging. tombs, crying, and cutting himself Master, I have brought unto thes And when he heard that it was

with stones. But when he saw my son, which hath a dumb spirit; Jesus of Nazareth, he began to Jesus afar off, he ran and wor. And wheresoever he taketh him, cry out, and say, Jesus, thou son shipped him, and cried with a loud he teareth him: and he foameth, of David, have mercy on me. voice, and said, What havo I to do and gnasheth with his teeth, and And many charged him that he with thee, Jesus, thou Son of the pineth away: and I spake to thy should hold his peace: but he most high God? I adjure thee by disciples that they should cast cried the more a great deal, Thou God, that thou torment me pot. him out; and they could not. He Bon of David, havo mercy upon (For he sald unto him, Come out answereth him, and saith, o faithmo. And Jesus stood stin, and of the man, thou unclean spirit.) less generation, how long shall I commanded him to be called. And he asked him, What is thý be with you? how long shall i And they call the blind man, say- name? And he answered, saying, suffer

you? bring him unto me. ing unto him, Be of good comfort, My name is Legion: for we are And they brought him unto him: rise; he calleth thee.

And he, many.

And he besought him and when he saw him, straightcasting away his garment, rose,

much that he would not send way the spirit tare bim; and he and came to Jesus. And Jesus them away out of the country. fell on the ground, and wallowed, answered and sald unto him, Now there was there, nigh unto foaming. And he asked bis What wilt thou that I should do the mountains, a great herd of father, How long is it ago since unto thee? The blind man said swine feeding.' And all the devils this came unto him? And he said, unto him, Lord, that I might re- besought him, saying, Send us of a child. And oft-times it hath ceive my sight. And Jesus said into the swine, that we may enter cast him into the fire, and into the unto him, Go thy way; thy faith into them. And forthwith Jesus waters, to destroy him: but if thou hath made thee whole. And im- gave them leave. And the un. canst do any thing, have commediately he received his sight, clean spirits went out,

and entered passion on us, and help us. Jesus and followed Jesus in the way.

into the swine; and the herd ran said unto him, If thou canst bevtolently down a steep place into lieve, all things are possible to the sea, (they were about two him that believeth. And straight

thousand,) and were choked in the way the father of the child cried 3.-EXPULSION OF DEMONS.

sea. And they that fed the swine out, and said with tears, Lord, I MAN WITII AN UNCLEAN SPIRIT. ned, and told it in the city, and believe: help thou mine unbelief.

Mark 1, 23.-26. And there was in the country. And they went when Jesus saw that the people. in their synagogue a man with ari out to see what it was that was came running

together, be rebukunclean spirit; and he cried out, done. And they come to Jesus, ed the foul spirit, saying unto him, Saying, Let us alone; what have and see him that was possessed Thou dumb and dear spirit, 1. we to do with

thee, thou Jesus of with the devil, and had the legion, charge thee, come out of him, and Nazareth? art thou come to des. sitting, and clothed, and in his enter no more into him. And the troy us?

I know thee who thou right mind; and they were afraid. spirit cried, and rent lim sore, art, the Holy One of God. And And they that saw it told them and came out of him: and he Jesus rebuked him,

saying, Hold how it befel to him that was was as one dead; insomuch that thy peace, and come out of him. possessed with the devil,

and also that many said, He is dead. But And when the unclean spirit had concerning the swine. And they Jesus took him by the hand, and torn him, and cried with a loud began to pray bim to depart out lifted him up; and he arose. voice, he came out of him.

of their coasts. And when he was

come into the ship, he that had Luke iv, 33--85. And in the syna- been possessed with the devil

6.-RESTORATION TO LIFE. gogue there was a man which had prayed him that he might be DAUGHTER OF JAIRUS. a spirit of an unclean devil, and with him. Howbeit Jesus suffered cried out with a loud voice, Say- him not; but saith unto bim, Go there cometh one of the rulers of

Mark v, 22-24. 35-43. And, behold, ing, Let us alone; what have we to home to thy friends, and tell them the synagogue, Jalrus by name; do with theo, thou Jesus of Naza- how great things the Lord hath andwhen he saw him, he fell at his reth? art thou come to destroy us? done for thee, and bath had com- feet. And besought him greatly, I know thee who thou art; the passion on thee. And he de- saying, My little daughter lieth Holy One of God. And Jesus re- parted, and began to publish in at the point of death: I pray thee, baked him, saying, Hold thy Decapolis how great things Jesus come and lay thy hands on her, peace, and come out of him. And had done for him: and all men did that she may be healed; and she when the devil had thrown him in marvel.

shall live. And Jesus went with the midst, ho came out of him, and hurt him not.

DUMB DEMONIAC.

him; and much people followed Matth. ix, 32, 33. As they went yet spake, there came from the

him, and thronged him. While bo DEMONIACS OF GADARA. out, behold, they brought to him ruler of the synagogue's house Mark v, 1--20. And they camo

a dumb man possessed with a certain which said, Tby daughter over unto the other side of the devil...And when the devil was is dead; why troublest thou the sea, Into the country of the Ga- cast out, the

dumb spake: and the Master 'any further ? As soon as darenes. And wben he was como multitudes marvelled, saying, It Jesus heard the word that was out of the ship, immediately there was never so seen in Israel.

epoken, le saith unto the ruler of met him out of the tombs, a man

the synagogue, Be not afraid, only with an unclean spirit, who had

BLIND AND DUMB DEMONIAC.

believe. And he suffered no man his dwelling among the tombs; Matth. xli, 22. Then was to follow him, savo Peter, and

James, and John the brother of sald, Where have ye laid him? , and wonders wrought among the James. And he cometh to the They say unto him, Lord, come people; (and they were all with house of the ruler of the syna- and see. And when he thus had one accord in Solomon's porch. gogue, and seeth the tumult, and spoken, he cried with a loud voice, But when the officers came, and them that wept and wailed greatly. Lazarus, come forth. And he that found them not in the prison, they And when he was come in, he was dead came forth, bound hand returned, and told. Baith unto them, Why make ye and foot with grave-clothes: and

Act: xiv, 3. Long time therefore this ado, and weep? the damsel is his face was bound about with

a abode they speaking boldly in the not dead, but sleepeth. And they napkin. Jesus saith unto them, Lord, which gave testimony unto laughed him to scorn. But when Loose him, and let him go. the word of his grace, and granted he had put them all out, he taketh

signs and wonders to be done by the father and the mother of the

OTHER MIRACLES IN THE their hands, damsel, and them that were with him, and entereth in where the NEW TESTAMENT BY THE

BY PETER. damsel was lying. And he took SEVENTY DISCIPLES. the damsel by the hand, and said Luke x, 9, 17. And heal the sick

LAME MAX CURED. unto her, Talitha-cumi; which is, that are therein; and say unto Acts iii, 7-9. And he took him being interpreted, Damsel, (I say them, The kingdom of God is by the right band, and lifted him unto thee,) arise. And straight- come nigh unto you. And the up; and immediately his feet and was the damsel arose, and walked; seventy returned again with joy, ancle- bones received strength, for she was of the age of twelve saying, Lord, even the devils are And he, leaping up, stood, and years. And they were astonished subject untó us through thy walked, and entered with them with a great astonishment. And name.

into the temple, walking, and he charged them straitly that no

leaping, and praising God. And man should know it; and com.

BY AND IN CONNECTION

all the people saw him walking, manded that something should be

and praising God. WITH THE APOSTLES, ETC. given her to eat. Mark ix, 38-40. And John

DEATH OF ANANIAS.
SON OF THE WIDOW OF Nain.

answered him, saying, Master, we
saw one casting out devils in thy these words, fell down, and gave

Acts v, 5. And Ananias, hearing Luke vii, 11--15. And it came name, and he followeth not us; to pass the day after, that he went and we forbade him, because he up the ghost: and great fear came into a city called Nain; and many followeth not us. But Jesus said, on all them that heard these of his disciples went with him, Forbid him not: for there is no

things. and much people. Now, when he man which shall do a miracle in came nigh to the gate of the city, my name, that can lightly speak

DEATH OF SAPPIIRA. behold, there was a dead man car evil of me. For he that is not

Acts v, 10. Then fell she down ried out, the only son of his mo against us is on our part.

straightway at his feet, and yield. ther, and she was a widow: and

ed up the ghost: and the young much people of the city was with

Mark xvi, 20. And they went men came in, and found her dead, her. And when the Lord saw her, forth, and preached every where, and, carrying her forth, buried he had compassion on her, and the Lord working with

them, and her by her husband. said unto her, Weep not. And confirming the word with sigos be came and touched the bier: following. Amen.

THE SICK HEALED. and they that bare him stood still. Acts i, 3, 43. And there appearAnd he said, Young man, I say ed unto them cloven tongues, like multitude out of the cities round

Acts v, 16. There came also a unto thee, Arise.

And he that as of fire, and it sat upon each of about unto Jerusalem, bringing was dead sat up, and began to them. And fear came upon every sick folks, and them which were speak. And he delivered him to soul: and many wonders and vexed with unclean spirits: and his mother. signs were done by the apostles.

they were healed every one. LAZARUS.

Acts ill, 12, 16. And when Peter

saw it, he answered unto the peo- ENEAS MADE WHOLE. John xi, 14, 15, 18, 25, 26, 31, 33, ple, Ye men of Israel, why marvel 34, 43, 44. Then said Jesus unto ye at this? or why look ye 80 pass, as Peter passed throughout

Acts ix, 32-34. And it came to them plainly, Lazarus is dead. I earnestly on us, as though by our all quarters, he came down also And I am glad for your sakes that own power or holiness we had to the saints which dwelt at I was not there, to the intent ye made this man to walk? And his Lydda. And there he found a may believe; nevertheless let us name, through faith in his name, certain man named Eneas, which go unto him. (Now Bethany was hath made this man strong, whom had kept his bed eight years, and nigh unto Jerusalenı, about fifteen ye see and know; yea, the faith furlongs off) Jesus said unto her, which is by him bath given him said unto him, Eneas, Jesus Christ

was sick of the palsy. And Peter I am the resurrection, and the this perfect soundness in the maketh thee whole;, arise, and ilfe: he that believeth in me, presence of you all. though he were dead, yet shall he

make thy bed. And he aroso live: and whosoever liveth, and Acts iv, 9, 10. If we this day be immediately. believeth in me, shall never die. examined of the good deed dono Believest thou this? The Jews to the impotent man, by what DORCAS RESTORED TO LIFE. then which were with her in the means he is made whole; Be it

Acts ix, 40, 41. But Peter put house, and comforted her, when known unto you all, and to all the them all forth, and kneeled down, they saw Mary, that she rose up people of Israel, that by the name and prayed; and turning him to hastily and went out, followed of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom the body, sald, Tabitha, arise. And her, saying, she goeth unto the ye crucified, whom God raised she opened her eyes: and when grave to weep there. When Jesus from the dead, even by him doth she saw Peter, she sat up. And therefore saw her weeping, and this man stand bere before you he gave her his hand, and lifted the Jews also weeping which whole.

her up: and when he had called came with ber, he groaned in the Acts v, 12, 22. And by the hands the saints and widows, be present spirit, and was troubled. And of the apostles were many signs led her alive."

BY STEPHEN.

was a great earthquake, so that 2 Kings xx, 8--10. And leze

the foundations of the prison were kiah said unto Isaiah, What shall GREAT VIRACLES. Acts vi, 8. And Stephen, full shaken: and immediately all the be the sign that the Lord will of faith and power, did great won-one's bands were loosed. doors were opened, and every heai me, and that I shall go 27

into the house of the LORD tho ders and miracles among the peo

third day? And Isalah said, This ple.

SPECIAL MIRACLES.

sign shalt thou have of the LORD, BY PHILIP.

Acts xix, 11, 12, And God that the Lord will do the thing VARIOUS MIRACLES.

wrought special miracles by the that he hath spoken; shall the Acts viii, 6, 8, 13. And the peo- hands of Paul: So tbat from his shadow go forward ten degrees, ple with one accord gave heed body were brought unto the sick or go back ten degrees? And unto those things which Philip handkerchiefs or aprons, and the Hezekiah answered, it is a light spake, hearing and seeing the mir diseases departed from them, thing for the shadow to go down acles which he did. For unclean and the evil spirits went out of ten degrees: nay, but let the spirits, crying with loud voice, them,

shadow return backward ton decame out of many that were pos

grees. sessed with them; and many taken EUTYCHUS RESTORED TO LIFE. 2 Chron. xxxii, 24. In those with palsles, and that were lame,

Acts xx, 9-12. And there sat in days Hezekiah was sick to the were healed.

And there was a window a certain young man death, and prayed unto the LORD: great joy in that city; Then Si, named Eutychus, being fallen and he spake unto him, and he mon himself believed also: and into a deep sleep: and as Paul gave him a sign. when he was baptized, he contin was long preaching, he sunk Isa. XXXVII, 22. Hezekiah also ued with Philip, and wondered, down with sleep, and fell down had said, What is the sign that beholding tbe miracles and signs from the third loft, and was I shall go up to the house of the which were done.

taken up dead. And Paul went LORD?
BY ANANIAS.
down, and fell on him, and, em-

Matth. xii, 38. Then certain of

the scribes and of the Pharisees nias, a devout man according to yourselves: for his life is in him. answered, saying, Master, wo

Acts xxii, 12, 13 And one Ana- bracing him, said, Trouble not the law, having a good report of When he therefore was come up would see a sign írom thee. all the Jews which dwelt there, again, and had broken bread, and

Matth. xvi, 1. The Pharisees Came unto me, and stood, and eaten, and talked a long while, said unto me, Brother Saul, re-even till break of day, so he de- also, with the Sadducees, came, celve thy sight. And the same parted. And they brought the and, tempting, desired him that hour I looked up upon him. young man alive, and were not a

he would shew them a sign from little comforted.

heaven, BY PAUL.

Luke xi, 16. And others, temptVIPER'S BITE MADE HARMLESS. ing him, sought of him a sign ELYMAS SMITTEN WITH BLINDNESS. Acts xiii, 11. And now, behold, Acts xxviii, 5. And he shook

from heaven the hand of the Lord is upon off the beast into the fire, and felt

John ii, 18. Then answered the thee, and thou shalt be blind, pot no harm,

Jews, and said unto him, What seeing the sun for a season. And

sign shewest thou unto us, seeing immediately there fell on him a FATHER OF PUBLIUS HEALED. that thou doest these thing? mist and a darkness; and he went

Acts xxviii, 8. And it came to John vi, 30. They said therefore about seeking some to lead him pass, that the father of Publius unto him, Wbat sign shewest thou by the hand.

lay sick of a fever and of a bloody then, that we may see, and believe LAME MAN CURED. flux: to whom Panl entered in, thee? what dost thou work? Acts xiv, 8-10. And there sat a

and prayed, and laid his hands on certain man at Lystra, impotent him, and healed him.

Matth. Xvi, 4. A wicked and in his feet, being a cripple from

adulterous generation seeketh his mother's womb, who never

BY PAUL AND after a sign; and there shall no had walked: The same heard Paul

BARNABAS.

sign be given unto it, but the sign speak; who stedfastly bebolding Acts xiv, 3. Long time there- of the prophet Jonas. And ho him, and perceiving that he had fore abode they speaking boldly left them, and departed. faith to be healed, said with a in the Lord, which gave testi- Mark viii, 11, 12. And the Plariloud voice, Stand upright on thy mony unto the word of his grace, sees came forth, und began to feet. And

he leaped and and granted signs and wonders question with him, seeking of him walked. to be done by their hands. a sign from heaven, tempting him.

And he sighed deeply in his spirit Ax UNCLEAN SPIRIT CAST OUT. SIGNS REQUESTED.

and saith, Why doth this generaActs xvi, 16-18, 26. And it came Gen. xxiv, 42-44. And I camo

tion seek after a sign? Verily I to pass, as we went to prayer, a this day unto the well, and said, say unto you, There shall no sign certain damsel possessed with a O LORD God of my master Abra- be given unto this generation. spirit of divination met us, which ham, if now thou do prosper my

Luke xl, 29, 30. And when the brought her masters much gain way which I go: Behold, I stand people were gathered thick toby soothsaying: The same follow- by the well of water; and it shall gether, he began to say, This is ed Paul and us, and cried, saying, come to pass, that when the vir- an evil generation: they seek a These men are the servants of the gin comeih forth to draw water, sign; and there shall no sign be most high God, which show unto and I say to her, Give me, 1 pray given it, but the sign of Jonas the us the way of salvation. And

this thee, a little water of thy pitcher prophet. For as Jonas was a sign did she many days. But Paul, to drink: And she say to me, unto the Ninevites, so shall also being grieved, turned and said tó Both drink thou, and I will also the Son of man be to this generathe spirit, I command thee ir the draw for thy camels: let the same tion. name of Jesus Christ to come out be the woman whom the LORD

SIGNS GIVEN. of her. And he came out the bath appointed out for my mas- Num. xxii, 28-30. And the LORD same hour. And suddenly there ter's son.

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