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C beam that is in thine own eye? Thou Galilee. Ærat. 31. CC

hypocrite, cast out first the beam out 42. Euke vi. Minift. 2. re of thine own eye, and then shalt thou''

“ fee clearly to pull out the mote that
cc is in thy brother's eye.

« * Give not that which is holy unto 6. Mat. vii
dogs, neither cast ye your pearl be-

fore swine, left they trample them
ce under their feet, and turn again and
rent you.

“ Ask and it shall be given you; seek 7.
" and ye shall find; knock and it shall
“ be opened unto you. For every one
" that asketh, receiveth; and he that
to seekerh, findeth; and to him that
“ knocketh, it Thall be opened. Or 9.
c « what man is there of you, whom if
« his Son ask bread, will he give him a
- stone? Or if ask a fish, will he give 10,
« him a serpent > If ye then being evil, 11.

“ know how to give good gifts unto

your children, how much more shall

your Father which is in heaven give

“ good things to them that ask him? a Luke vi.

“ Therefore all things whatsoever " ye 12. 1.

« would that men should do to you, do

ye even fo to them: for this is the
« Law and the Prophets.
“ Enter ye in at the strait

« wide is the gate, and broad is the way
as that leadeth to destruction, and many
" there be which go in thereat. Be. 14.
" cause strait is the gate, and narrow is
" the way which leadeth unto life, and

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Galilee. « Beware of false Prophets, which Anno Mat. vii. .15. come to you in sheep's cloathing, but cat: 31.

Minift. 2. 16." inwardly are ravening wolves." Ye

" shall know them by their fruits : Luke vi. 44.“ * For every tree is known by his own

« fruit : • for of thorns men do not · Mat. vii.

gather figs, nor of a bramble-bulh 16, 17.

gather they grapes. For a good tree 43€

bringeth not forth corrupt fruit ; nei*« ther doth a corrupt tree bring forth

C Mat. vii. 18.

** A good tree cannot bring forth “ evil fruit; neither can a corrupt tree 19.“ brîng forth good fruit. Every tree

" that bringeth not forth good fruit, is

“hewn down and cast into the fire. Luke vi. 450

“ * A good man out of the good trea“fure of his heart, bringeth forth that sec

which is good ; and an evil man out 4 of the evil treasure of his heart,

hringerh forth that which is evil : for

cs of the abundance of the heart his Mat. vii, mouth speaketh. * Wherefore by

" their fruits ye shall know them.

« Not every one that fith unto me,
Lord, Lord, thall enter into the king-
"dom of heaven; but he that doth the

will of my Father which is in heaven.
Many will say to me in that day,

Lord, have we not prophesied in thy
" name? and in thy name have cait

out devils ? and in thy name have u done many wonderful works? And 23. 24. then will I profess unto them, I ne

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ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the Galilee. #cato 31. “ things which I say?: Whosoever com- 47. Luke vi.

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vii. 24.

« and doeth them, I will shew you to 6 Luke vi. “ whom he is like. * I will liken 24. Mat. vii. 48.

“ him unto a wise man *° which built 48. Luke vi. • Mac. vii.

his house, and digged deep, and laid 24. d Luke vi. the foundation on a rock; * 4 and 25. Mat. vii. 48, 49. “ the rain descended, and the floods

came, and the winds blew, and beat

upon that house; and it fell not, for
“ it was founded upon a rock. And 26.

every one that heareth these sayings

of mine, and doeth them not, shall u be likened unto a foolish man which “ built his house upon the sand : and

“ the rain descended, and the floods

came, and the winds blew, and beat
upon that house, and it fell, and
great was the fall of it.
And it came to pass when Jesus had

ended these sayings, the people were
altonished at his doctrine. For he
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Mar: viii. l.
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titudes follow'd him. * Now when he
had ended all his fayings in the audi-

ence of the people, he entred into Ca-
2: pernaum. And a certain (a) Centurion's

fervant, who was dear unto him, was
fick of the palfie, grievoufly tormented,

* and ready to die. And when he a Man viii. Mat. viii. 6. Luke vii.

heard of Jesus, he sent unto him the el. 5, 6. 3.

ders of the Jews, beseeching him that

he would come and heal his servant.
4. And when they came to Jesus, they be-

sought him inftantly, saying, Thát he
was worthy for whom he should do
this. For be loveth our nation, and bath
built us a Synagogue. "Then Jesus went b Mat. viii.
with them. And when he was now not 7.
far from the house, the Centurion fent
friends to him, saying unto him, Lord, « Mat. viii.
trouble not thy self, for I am not worthy 8.

that thou Shouldest enter under my roof.
7. Wherefore neither thought I my self wor-

thy to come unto thee : d but say in a d Mat. viii.

word and my servant Mall be healed. 8, 9, 10. 8.

For I also am a man set under authority,
having Soldiers under me; and I say

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Anno unto one, go, and he goeth; and to an. Capernaum. Ætat, 31. other, come, and he cometh; and to my

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servant, do this, and he doth it.

When Jesus heard these things, he 9. Luke vii. marvelled at him, and turned him about, and faid unto the people that follow'd him, I say unto you, that I have not found so great faith, no not in Israel. * And I say unto you, that many Shall 11. Mat. viiie come from the East and West, and shall fit down with Abrabam, and Ifaac, and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven. But 12. the children of the kingdom shall be cast out into outer darkness; there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.

And Jesus said unto the Centurion, 13. Miracle. Go thy way, and as thou hast believed, fo be it done unto thee. And his Ser. vant was healed in the self fame hour. * * And they that were fent, returning 10. Luke vi,

, to the house, found the Servant whole that had been fick.

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Jesus restores life to the Son of the

Widow of Naim.


ND it came to pass the day after, 11.
that [Jesus] went into a City cal-

led Naim ; and many of his disciples

went with him, and much people. Now
when he came nigh to the gate of the
City, behold there was a dead man car-
ried out, the only Son of his Mother,
and the was a Widow, and much po.

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