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16 4 Then Herod, when he saw that he 12 Whole fan is in his hand, and he wil was mocked of the wise men, was exceed throughly parge his floor, and gather la ing wroth, and fent forth, and flow all the wheat into the garner: but he will buro up children that were in Beth-lehem, and in all the chaff with unquenchable firc. the coaits thereof, from two years old and 13 $ Then cometh Jesus from Galice to under, according to the time which he had Jordan upto John, to be baptized of him. diligently enquired of the wife men.

14 But John forbade him, laying, i hans 17 Then was fulfilled that which was spo- need to be baptized of thee, and contacten ken by Jeremy the prophet, saying,

thou to me! 18 in Rama was there a voice heard, la 15 And Jesus answering, said unto him, Karte mentation, and weeping, and great inourn. Suffer # to be so now: for thus it became and ing, Rachel weeping for her chuldren, and eth us to fulfil all righteouincis. Then would not be comforted, because they are suffered him. not.

16 And Jesus, when he was baptized, sed 19 1 But when Herod was dead, behold, up straightway out of the water: and, la, se au angel of the Lord appeareth in a dream heavens were opened unto him, and be to Jofeph in Egypt,

the Spirit of God descending like a dor, 20 saying, Arile, and take the young child and lighting upon him : and his mother, and go into the land of 16 17 And, lo, & voice from heaves, says racl: for they are dead which fought the This is my beloved Son, in whom I am ed young childs life.

pleased. 21 And he arose, and took the young child

CHAP. IV. and his mother, and came into the land of i Chrif fafteth, is tempted, and spreads Isracl.

17 beginneth to preach, and calles femme 22 But when he heard that Archelaus did

be his disciples. Herod, he was atraid to go thither: notwith THE

"Hen was Jesus led up of the fpirit inte ftanding, being warned of God in a dream, devil.

the wilderness, to be temples of the he turned afidc into the parts of Galilee : 23 And he came and dwelt in a city called forty nights, he was afterward an hungarde

2 And when he had fafted forty dans

un Nazareth: that it might be tulfilled which was spoken by the prophcts, He thall be call. said, if thou be the son of God, command

3 'And when the tempter came to him, ed a Nazarene.

that these tones be made bread. CHAP. III. . folin preacheth: 4 his apparel, meat, and man thall not live by bread alone, but by

4 But he answered and said, it is worten, baptifm. 7 The fruits of repentance. 13 Chrif every word that proceedetb out of the mouth's balized by John the Jordan.

of God.

preaching in the wilderners of Judea,

5 Then the devil taketh him op into the

holy city, and settcth him on a pinsacked 2 And saying, Repent ye: for the kingdom the temple, of heaven is at hand.

6 And Caith unto him, If thou be the la ****** i he that was spoken of by the of God, call thyself dowd: for it is witch

aying, The voice of one cry. He thall give his angels charge cosceni
sinets, Prepare ye the way of thee; and in their hands they hall licar the
his paths itraigt. up, left at any time thou dain thy foot zink
ame John had his raiment of a ttone.
id a feathern girdle about his 7 Jesus said unto him, It is written agus
kp mcat was locuits and wild Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy Gol.

8 Again the devil taketh him up into a
out to him Jerufalem, and all cxceeding high in cuntain, and hereth tin
le region round about Jordan, all thc kingdoms of the world, and de de
ptized of him: in Jordan, con ry of theun;

9. And faith unto him, A! the third i he saw many of the Pha. I give thee, if thou wilt fall down and we

ws.Jucecs come to his baptism, thip me. he said unto them, generation of vipers! io Then faith Jesus ento him, Get the who hath warned you to flee from the wrath hence, Satan: for it is written, Taguas O come? 8 Bring forth, therefore, fruits meet for thalt thou ferve.

worlbiy the Lord thy God, and his repentance.

!! Then the devilleavcth him, te 9 And think not to say within yourselves, hold, angels came and mistered unto We have Abraham to sur father for 1 say 12 S Now, when Jesus had heard bid unto you, That God is ablc of there itones to was cait into prison, he departed into raise up children unto Abraham.

'ilee; To And now also the ax is laid unto the 13 and leaving Nazareth, he cont Toot of the trees: therefore every tree which dwelt in Caperniaan, wlrich is upon the bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, coatt, in the borders of Zabulcs and so and tast into the tire.

thalim: 11 I indeco baptize you with water unto repentance : but he that cometh after me is spoken by Efaias the prophet, faglig

14 That it might be fulfind utta mightier than 1, wrote thoes I am not worthy to bear; he thall baptize you with the Holy Nephthalim, by the way of the ice, trys

15 The land of Zibnion, and trade Gholt ang with fire :/

Jordan, Galilee of the Gentiler

28 The people which fat in darkness saw thing, but to be caft ont, and to bc trodden zat light, and to them which lat in the re- under foot of men. on aed shadow of death light is !prung up. 14 Ye are the light of the world. A city 17 9 From that time krus began to preach, that is set on an hill cannot be hid. W to say, Repeat: for the kingdom of hea- 15 Neither do men light a candle and put n is at hand.

it under a bashel, but on a candlestick ; and 18 1 And Jesus, walking by the sea of Ga it giveth light unto all that are in the house, :, saw two brethren, Simon called Peter, 16 Let your light so thine before men, that d Andrew his brother, cafting a net into they may see your good works, and glorify :fca: for they were tihers.

your Father which is in heaven: 19 And he faith unto them, Follow me, 17 1 Think not that I am come to destroy d I will make you fithes of men. the law or the prophets: I am not come to And they traightway Icft their nets, and dettroy, but to fulfi). Lawed him.

18 for verily I say unto you, Till leavca 11 And going on from thence,he raw other and earth pals, one jot or ons little fhall in

brethren, James the son of Zebedee, no wise pals from the law, till all be fulfilled. John his brother, in a thip with Zebedce 19 Whosoever therefore, thall break one of ir father, mending their nets; and he these leatt commandments, and thall teach led them.

men so, he mall be called the leatt in the And they immediately left the tip kingdom of heaven : but whosoever shall do I their father, and followed him. and teach them, the fame thall be called great 31 And Jesus went about all Galilce, in the kingdom of heaven. ching in their synagogues, and preaching 20 For i say unto you, "That except your

gospel of the kingdom, and licaling all righteousnefs ihall exceed the righteousness of aner of fickness and all manner of discare, the scribes and Phari'ces, ye thall in no case ong the people.

enter into the kingdom of heaven. 4 And his face went throughout all sy. 21 1 Ye have heard that it was laid by and they brought unto him all fick peo. them of old time, Thou thalt not kill; and, that were taken with divers diseases and whosoever shall kill fall be in danger of the rents, and those which were polieled judgment: & deviis, and those which were lunatic, 22 Butal say unto you, That whosoever is I those that had the pally; and he healed angry with his brother without a cause, thall

be in danger of the judgment; and whoro$ And there followed him great multi- ever shall Tay to his brother, Raca, fhall be es of people from Galilee, and from De. in danger of the council: but whosoever olts, and from Jerusalem, and from Judea, thall say, Thou fool, Mall be in danger of I from beyond Jordan.

hell-fire. CHAP. V.

23 Therefore, if thou bring thy gift to the Tho are bloed. ,,?3. The apoftles are the fall altar, and there rememberent, that thy brof the earth, and light of the world. ther hath ought againft thee; Nd seeing the multitudex, he went up 24 Leave there, thy gift before the altar,

into a mountain ; and when he was set, and go thy way; fit bc reconciled to thy disciples came unto him :

brother, and then come and offer thy gift. And he opened his mouth, and taught 25 Agree with thine adversary quickly, m, Laping,

whiles thoa art in the way with him ; left ? Bletied are the poor in spirit: for theirs at any time the adversary deliver thee to the kingdom of licaven.

the judge, and the judge deliver thee to the Blctled are they that mourn; for they oficer, and thou be caf into prison. ll be comforted.

26 Verily I say unto thec,' Thou falt by 6 Bleiled are the meek: for they fall in- no means come out thence, till thoa halt rit the earth.

paid the uttermott farthing. $ Bleted are thoy, which do lianger and :7 Ye have heard that it was said by irt aiter righteousness: for they shall be them of old time, Thou shalt not coinmit

adultery : 7 Bleted are the merciful: for they fhall 28 But I say unto yon, That vrhofocver aia mercy.

lookcth on a woman to lurt after her, hath Elefied are the pure in heart : for they committed adultery with her already in je Jl fee God.

heart. Blessed are the pcacc-makers: for they 29 And if thy right cre offerid thec, pluck ill be called the children cf God.

it out, and call it from thec: for it is profit19 Blessed are they which are perfecuted able for thce that one of thy weinbers ihould : righteousness sake: for theirs is the king. perith, and not that thy wholc bey mould on of heaven.

be caft into hell. 13 Blessed are yc, when men shall revile 30 And if thy right hand offend thee, cut *, and perfecute you, and thall day all man- it off, and caftit fro:n thee: for it is pro

oferit against you fallely for my fake. fitable for thee that one of thy members 13 Rejuice, and be cxcocaing glad; for should perish, and not that thy whole body cat is your reward in heaven: für fo per- should be cat into hell.

wted they the prophets which were be- 31 It hath been said, whosoever fail put re yon.

away his wife, let him gire hur a writing of 19 Ye are the falt of the earth : but ir divorcement: e fait have lost his savour, wherewith thall 32 But I lay unto you, That wholor ver be falted i it is thenceforth good for nothall put away his wife, Saving for the cause of fornication, causeth her to commit adul- 6 But thou, when thon prayed, eis iw tery: and whosoever thall marry her that is to thy closet, and, when thou bait te ty divorced commiteeth adultery:

door, pray to thy Father which is ir fest 33 9 Again, ye lave leard that it hath and thy Father, which seeth in fecrct, 1.6 been raid by them of old time, Thou shalt reward thee openly. not forfwear thyself, but Malt perform unto ? But when ye pray, use not vzia no the Lord thine oaths.

tions, as the heathen do: for they think! 34 Brit I say unto you, Swear not at all: they shall be heard for their mach Pack ncither by heaven; for it is Gods throne : 8 Be not ye thercfare, like unto the

35 Nor by the earth; for it is his foot. your Father knowcth what things geben Kool: neither by Jerusalem ; for it is the need of before ye ask himn. city of the great King :

9 After this manner, therefore, 105 36 Neither thalt thon swear by thy head; Our Father which art in heaven; Hain hecause thou canft not make one hair white be thy name. or black,

10 Thy kingdom come. Thywl be 37 But let your communication be, Yea, in earth, as it is in heaven.. yea ; Nay, nay: for whatsoever is more than II Give us this day our daily inced theie comcth of evil.

12 And forgive us out dubus, ***, 38 9 Ye have heard that it hath been said, our debtors. An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth : 13 Andlead is not into temptation,

39. But Isay unto you, That ye refitt not liver us from evil: for thioc is the legis cvil: but whosoever tall finite thee on thy and the power and the glory,for ever. right check, turn to him the other also. 14 5 For if ye forgive me their cross

40 And if any man will sue thee at the your heavenly Father will also forget to law, and take away thy cdat, let him have 15 Eurif ve forgive not men thernet sly cloak alío.

neither will your Father forgive you 41 And whosoever fhall compcl thce to go pattes. a mile, go with him twain.

15 Moreover when se fai, bew, as 42 Give to him that asketh thee; and from hypocrites, of a fad countenance : & dy him that would borrow of thee,turn not thou dístigure their faces, that they may away.

unto men to faft. Ferily I say unto sia 43 1 Ye have heard that it hath been said, have their

revaru. Thou shaltlove thy neighbour, and hate thiné 19 But thou, when thia falche cnciny:

thine head, and wain ihy face; 44 Bat Isay unto you, Love your enemies, 18 That thou appear kot uste se s bless them that curle you, do good to them but unto thy Father whien is in Reret: what hate you, and pray for thein which de- thy Father, which [ccth is fecret, ftalmo Spitetully use you, and persecute you; ward thee openly.

45 That ye may be the children of your Fa. 19 T Lay not up for your kivestreature thor which is in heaven: for he makoth his on earth, where moth and roll doch sun torile on the evil and on the good, and and where thieves break the supir and tot Icadelb rain on the just and on the anjuft. 20 But lay up for yourleivo trees 45 rorilyelove them which love you, what heaven, where neither

moth man reward five ye: do not even the publicans corrupt, and where thieves do the fan.,

through nor feal. 47 And if ye salute your brothren only, 21 For where yont treasure , der wie do ve incre than others do not even your heart be alo. the publicar: 10?

22 The light of the body is the one!! 48 Beve therefore perfca, even as your therefore, thine eye be fingle, thy word futher which is in heaven is perfea. body thall be full of ligat. CILAP VI.

3 But if thinc ere be estl, the 3 0falmi, saranger, 14 forgi venefs. ig Our body shall be full of darkeert i derisa Irenere, 24 Gniand mamman

the light that is in thee be darkuk, T

kc heed that ye do not your alms bc- great is that darkness !

10 men, to be seen of them; other- 24 I No man can ferve two abert Why have norowird of your Father which either he will hate the one, and beau is in lieu

other; or else he will sold to de me, a 2 Thereiare, when thon doef thine alms, do despise the other. Ye cannot ferve God not found a trumpet before thee, as the hy. 'nainzon. pocride do in the synagogues, and in the 25. Thereforc, 1 Fay unto yon, TX trees, that they may have glory of men, thought for your life, what is

rils llay unto ye!!, They have their reward. wbat ye shall drink; nor yet for

3 Sur when thondacit alms, let nor thy left what yc thai! put on. is not thé Lies thand k10* what thy right hand docth; than incat, and the body thas raia

4 !ha thine ains may be in secret: and 26 Bched the fowls of the wir in th" faiber, which recth' in fecret, himicif row not, neither dr they reap, natur thall reware thccaparily.

to barns; yet your teavenly Father for § 9 A! when thou prayeft, thou thalt them. Are ye not much better the " not ne do the hypocrites are; for they love 27 Which of you, by 'king thout to pray ilanding in the synagogues, and in adi ane cub!t nito bisitature the curners of the itrcets, that they may be 28 And why tzke ye bericht for me feen of men. Verily I say unto you, they consider the lies

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And yet I say unto you, That even So. 16 Ye ihall know them by their fruits. Do son, in all his glory, was not arrayed like mon gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thifles ? of these.

17. Even to every good tree bringeth forth Wherefore, if God lo clothe the grass good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth thc field, which to-day is, and to-morrow evil fruit. att into the oven, shall

he not much more 18 A good tree cannot bring forth evil ke you, O ye of little faith?

fruit; neither can a corrupt

tree bring forth I therefore takeno thought, saying, What good fruit. 1 we eat! or, What shall we drink? or, 19 Every tree that bringeth not forth good crewithal thall we be clothed? fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. 2 (For after all these things do the Gen- 20 Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know * seek ;) for your heavenly Father know- them. that ye have need of all these things. 21 Not every one that saith ninto me, 3 But ieck ye fint the kingdom of God, Lord, Lord, thali enter into the kingdom his righteousness; and all thcle things of heaven; but he that doeth the willof my a be added unto you.

Father which is in heaven. 4 Take therefore, no thought for the mor- 22 Many will say to me in that day, for the morrow rake thought for Lord, Lord, kave wé not prophesied in thy

things of itself. Sufficient unto the day names and in thy name have caft out de: he cvü thereof.

vils? and in thy name done many wonderful CHA P. VII.

works! hrijl, inding his sermon on the morn!, re- 23 And then will i profess unto them, I

vetk rash judgment, 6 forbiddeth to call never knew you: depart from me, ye that s'y things !o dogs, 7 exhorien lo prayer, work iniquity. to enler in at the frait gale, 15 to'be- 24 T Therefore, whosoever hcarcth the se bare of falje prophets, 21 and not to be fayings of mine, and doeth them, I will liken Pareti only, but doers of the word.

him unto a wide inan, which built his house 47 not, that ye be not judged.

upon a rock: For with what judgment ye judge, ye 25 And the rain descended, and the dood D be judged: and with wliat measure ye came, and the winds blow, and beat upon te, it thall be measured to you again. that house; and it fell not: for it was found

And why beholdelt thou the mote that ed upon a rock. athy breit:ers eye, but confideret not thc 26 And every one that heareth these fay. on that is in thine own eye?

ings of mine, and docth them not, thall be Or how wilt thou fay to thy brother, Let likened unto a foolish man, which built his pull out the mote ont of thine eye; and, house upon the sand: ald, bearn is in thine own eye? 27 And the rain descended, and the floods Tuou hypocrite. tirst cast out the beam came, and the winds blow, and beat upon of thine own cye; and then falt thou that house; and it fell : and great was the clearly to caft out the mote out of thy fall of it. Thers cyc.

28 1 And it came to pass, when Jesus had Give not that which is holy nnto the ended these fayings, the people were allo. neither caft yo your pearls before swine, nilhicd at his doctrine

hey trample the.n under their feet, and 29 For he taught them as one having 211 xgain and rend you.

thority, and not as the scripc5. : Ask, and it shall be given you; feck,

CHAP. Vili, ! ye thall tud; knock, and it thall be i Chrijl cleanse!h the leper, 5 . fied urto you:

centurions servant, 14 Peters mother-iti$ For every one that afkcth,recciveth ; and law, 16 and miany other difen, ed; 1 jherlar

that feckcth, findeth ; and to Kim that eth hotu he is to be fullored racketh, it dhall be openen.

the len:Pejl on the sea ; 28 drive the ut. Or what man is there of you, whom if vils out of the invo mu p', 31 cat ton ask bread, will be give him a itone? 15 or if he ask a till, will be give him a W mountain, grcat multi .sfollca ed

superith them to go intih juille". pent? li li ye then, being evil, know how to give him. - gứts unto your children, how much 2 And, behold, there cane ?! ner, and Tuthall our father which is in heaven worthipped him, faving, Lord, if thou wili,

food things to then that alk lim! thou cauft make merican. 1: Therefore all things whatsoever ye 3 And Jerus put forth hi: 1123d, and touch

id that men should Io to you, do ye cd'nim, faving, I will; he then cheat. Anu nfs to thcar: for this is the law and the immediately listeprovacienta. Enter vein at the fruit gate: for wide no man; but go thy tve, thow the left

4 And Jerus l'aith unto him, see potru he said, at broad is the way that learl. the priett, antülerine ait that M. Ascona. 10 derinting and many there bu ulich manded, for a teliin ony othen: 193Cnost

s! And whici ht was esteren in Ca. * Bertfe alrait is the gate, and narrow rernanin, there cainc violum Ctron, ***". whiclı leadeth unio lito, and icw befcechins lum, rcle that idit.

6 And taying, Lord, my forvant Verhot 15. Beware of false prophets, which come home fick of the pill, grirvoully tormented. in inee for clothing, but inwardly they

7. Anal Jcfus fait unto him, i will come and = radening wolves.


8 The centurion anticred and faid, Lord, Son of God! art thou come Mias I am not worthy that thou thouldeit come ment us before the time! under my roof: but (peak the word only, 30 And there was a good son and my servant shall be healed.

thern an herd of many (wine ferding 9 For I am a man under authority, having 31 So the devils befought hiz,

mert Soldiers under one: and I say to this man, Ge, thou cast as out, suffer us to go awain and he gocth; and to another, Come, and he herd of swine. cometh ; and to iny servant, Do this, and he 32 And he said unto them, Ga. And docth it.

they were come out, they wear into 10 When Jesus heard it, he marvelled, and of wine; and, behold, the sbois de faid to them that followed, Verily I say unto swine ran violently down a ficq place you, I have not found so great faith, no not the sea, and perithed in the water. in Ifracl.

33 And they that kept them Bed, 24 11 and I say unto you, That many shall come thcir waysic to the city, and told ever from the eaft and weft, and thol fit down with and what was befalled to the poécicisti Abraham, and Ifaac, and Jacob, in the king. devils. dom of heaven:

34 And, behold, the whole city 029 12 But the children of the kingdom fall to meet Jesus; and when they fases, be cait out into outer darkness: there thall besought him that he would depart de be weeping and gnalhing of teeth.

thcir coaits. 13 And Jesus said unto the centurion, Go

CHAP. IX. tby way; and as thou hart believed, so be it i Christ careth the paly, e cakt Me donc unto thee. And his servant was healed Jo catch with publiceas and fun. in the self-fame hour.

Nd he entered into a stip, 24 p 14 9 And when Jesus was come into Pe.

his ters house, he saw his wifes mother laid, and 2. And, behold, they brought te ko say fick of a fever. 15 And he touched her hand, and the fe. seeing their faith, taid unto the

fick of the pally, lying on a bed: Tor left her: and the arose, and miniftered palsy, Son, be of good cheer, thy fakt unto them. 16 # When the even was come, they

given thee,

3 And, bcheld, certain of the te brought unto him many that were poñelled within themfctves, This son bf with devils: and he cas out the Spirits with 4 And Jesus, knowing their thoughts, f his word, and healed all that were fick: Wherefore

think ye ev in your cartat 17 That it might be fulfilled which was s For whether is easier te lay, Tu tak spoken by Efaias the prophet, saying, Himfell forgiven thee! or to faç. Arife and 185 Now, when Jesus

saw great multitudes man hath power on earth to forgisc Art, Sen about him, he gave commandment to depart Gith he to the fick of the mally, Ari, D: into the other fide.

up thy bed, and go unto thire has 19 And a certain scribe came, and said unto 7 And he arose, and departed to tik him, Matter, I will follow thee whitherfuever 8 But when the multitude fans thou goctt.

velled, and glorified God, which one 20 Aud Jefus faith unto him, The foxes such power unta men. have hates, and the birds of the air have neits; but the son of man hath not where he saw a man, named Marthe, fitozat

91 And as Jefus paded ford fra te to lay his head.

receipt of cattom; and be faith us 21 And another of his disciples said unto Follow me. And he arose, and food be him, Lord, fuffer me first to go and Bury my 10 I And it came to pass, u jest iother.

meat in the house, behold, many 22 But Jesus said unto him, Follow me; and finners came and sat down with an and let the dead bury their dead.

his difciples. 23 % And. when ite was entered into a 11 And when the Pharifecslaw. Quip, his disciples followed him.

unto his disciples, Why cateth yoes Am And, behold, there acole a great tempeft with publicans and finners! in the fea, insomuch that the ihip was co- 12 But when Jcfus heard that, he fiele yered with the waves: but he was alleep. to them, They that he whole seed is a phe

25 And bis disciples came to hin, and a- lician, but they that are fick. woki bin, saying, Lord, fave us: we perish. 13 But go ye and learn what

26 Arid lie iaith unto them, Why are ye I will have mercy, and not facrifice for scari, Oye of littic faith? Then he arole, not come to call the rightojas, t * and rebuked the winds tud the sea; and there to repentance. sa a great calm.

14 | Then canie to him the difcipiente 27 But the inci marvelled, saying, What saying, why do we and the third manner of man is this, that even the winds oft, but thy dilciples fait bot! and the fca obey him! 28 9 And when he was come to the other children of the bride chamber

! And Jeras faid unto tea, side, into the country

of the Gergerenes, there long as the bridegroom is with der I met him two polfeited with clevils, coming the days win coms, when the briderea out of the combos, exceeding rierce, 10 that fall be taken from them, and the sale no man might pass by that way. 29 And,'bchold, they cried out, saying,

they fast. at have wc to do with thcc,

Jesus, thou anto an old garment; for that was la **

16 No man pyttech a picce of RA

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