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"and the other fifty. And when they Galilee.
"had nothing to pay, he frankly for-42. Luke vii.
CC gave them both. Tell me therefore
"which of them will love him moft.
Simon answered and faid, I fuppose 43.
that he to whom he forgave moft. And
he faid unto him, thou haft rightly judged.
And he turned to the woman, and faid 44.
unto Simon, Seeft thou this woman? 1
entred into thine houfe, thou gavest me
no water for my feet: but she hath wash-
ed my feet with tears, and wiped them
with the hairs of her head. Thou gavest 45.
me no kifs: but this woman, fince the
time I came in, hath not ceafed to kifs
my feet. Mine head with oil thou dost 46.
not anoint; but this woman hath anointed
my feet with ointment. Wherefore I say 47.
unto thee, her fins, which are many, are
forgiven; for he loved much but
to whom little is forgiven, the fame
loveth little. And he faid unto her, Thy 48.
fins are forgiven.
And they that fat at meat with him, 45,
began to fay within themselves, Who is
this that forgiveth fins alfo? And he faid
to the woman, Thy faith bath faved thee,
go in peace.
Jefus preaches the Gospel in feveral
Cities. Cures one that was poffef-
fed with a Devil blind and dumb.
Jefus answers the calumny of the
Pharifees, who faid he did thefe
things by Beelzebub.
ND it came to pafs afterward,
that he went throughout every
city and village, preaching and fhew-
ing the glad-tidings of the kingdom of
God and the twelve were with him
2. and certain women which had been heal-
ed of evil fpirits and infirmities, Mary
called Magdalene, out of whom went
3. feven devils. And Joanna, the wife of
Chuza, Herod's fteward, and Sufanna,
and many others, which miniftred unto
hím of their fubftance.
22. Then was brought unto him one poffeffed with a devil, blind and dumb: and he healed him, infomuch that the blind and dumb both fpake and faw. And all the people were ama zed and faid, Is not this the Son of David? But when the Pharifees * Mar. iii. 22 and the Scribes which came down from Mat. xii. 24. Jerufalem heard it, they faid, This fellow doth not caft out devils, but by Beelzebub the prince of the devils. * He bath Beelzebub, and by the prince of the Mat. xi. 25, devils cafteth out deviks. *And Jefus Mar. iii.
Anno knew their thoughts, and faid unto Galilee.
Etat. 31. unto them in parables, "How can Sa- 23.
Minift. 2. tan caft out Satan? * Every king. 25. Mat. xii.
Mar. iii." dom divided againft it felf is brought
to defolation; and every city or houfe
"divided against it felf, fhall not ftand.
"And if Satan caft out Satan, he is di̟- 26.
"vided against himself, how fhall then
"his kingdom ftand? And if I by Beel- 27.
"zebub caft out devils, by whom do
your children caft them out? therefore
they fhall be your judges. But if I 28.
"caft out devils by the Spirit of God,
"then the kingdom of God is come
c unto you.
"No man can enter into a strong 27.
"man's houfe, and fpoil his goods, ex-
cept he will first bind the ftrong man,
"and then he will spoil his houfe. * He 30. Mat. xi.
that is not with me, is againft me :
"and he that gathereth not with me,
d Mar. iii.fcattereth abroad. Wherefore I fay 31.
unto you, all manner of fin and blaf-
phemy fhall be forgiven unto men;
"but the blafphemy against the holy
Ghoft, it fhall not be forgiven unto
And whofoever fpeaketh a 32.
"word against the fon of man, it fhall
"be forgiven him; but whofoever
fpeaketh against the holy Ghoft, it
"fhall not be forgiven him, neither in
"this world, nor in the world to come.
"Because they faid he has an unclean 30. Mar. ii.
"Either make the tree good, and "his fruit good, or elfe make the tree
corrupt, and his fruit corrupt: for the Anno
tree is known by his fruit.
"O generation of vipers, how can
ye, being evil, fpeak good things?
"for out of the abundance of the heart,
"the mouth fpeaketh. A good man
"out of the good treasure of the heart,
bringeth forth good things; and an
"evil man out of the evil treasure.
36. bringeth forth evil things. But I fay
unto you, that every idle word that
men fhall fpeak, they fhall give ac-
count thereof in the day of judgment.
37. For by thy words thou fhalt be jufti-
fied, and by thy words thou shalt be
Then certain of the Scribes and Pharifees anfwered, faying, Master, we would fee a (a) fign from thee. But he anfwered and faid to them, An evil "and adulterous generation feeketh after a fign, and there fhall no fign be given to it, but the fign of the prophet Jonas. For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly, fo fhall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of "the earth. The men of Niniveh shall
"rife in judgment with this genera-
tion, and fhall condemn it, be-
"caufe they repented at the preaching
"of Jonas, and behold a greater than
Jonas is here.
Ætat. 31. Minift. 2.
"The Queen of the South fhall rife Galilee. up in judgment with this generation, 42. Mat. xii. "and fhall condemn it: for the came "from the uttermoft parts of the earth "to hear the wifdom of Solomon, and "behold a greater than Solomon is ❝ here.
"When the unclean spirit is gone 43.
out of a man, he walketh through
"dry places, feeking reft, and findeth
none. Then he faith, I will return 44.
"into my house whence I came out;
" and when he is come, he findeth it
empty, fwept and garnished. Then 45.
cc goeth he and taketh with himself fe-
(C ven other fpirits more wicked than
"himself, and they enter in and dwell
"there: and the laft ftate of that man
"is worse than the firft. Even fo fhall
it be alfo unto this wicked genera-
While he yet talked to the people, 46.
behold his mother and brethren stood without, defiring to fpeak with him, Luk.viii.19 and the multitude fat about him, 32. * and [they] could not come at him for the prefs.
* Then one faid unto him, Behold 47. Mat. xii. 32, 33, 34, thy mother and thy brethren ftand with Luke viii. out, defiring to Speak with thee. But 48.
he answered and faid unto him that told
him, Who is my mother? and, who are
my brethren? And he ftretched forth 49.
his hand towards his difciples, and faid,
Behold my mother and my brethren. For