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16 And when ye fast, put not second:
: ye cannot serve both
ye shall put on: is not
them. Are not ye much better
28 And why are ye anxious
grow; they neither toil nor
21 for, where thy treasure is, even Solomon, in all his glory,
22 The light of thy body is
is, but to-morrow is cast into
With masters : for either he will what shall we be clothed ? hate the first, and love the 32 for, all the nations resecond; or else he will hold quire these things, and your v. 3. to the first, and despise the heavenly Father knoweth that
Luke, xi. 34.
ye also have need of all these 7 Ask, and it will be given c. v. 6. things:
you; seek, and ye will find; 33 but, seek
ye first his justi- knock, and it will be opened fication, and his kingdom; and to you: all these things will be added 8 for, every one that asketh,
receiveth; and he that seek34 Be not anxious therefore eth, findeth; and to him that for the morrow; for the mor- knocketh, it will be opened. row will be anxious for itself: 9 Or, what man is there Luke, xi. 11. sufficient for the day is its among you, who, if his son own evil.
ask bread, will give bim a
stone ? CHAPTER VII.
10 or, if he ask a fish, will
give him a serpent ? JUDGE not, that ye may 11 If ye then, who are evil, not be judged :
know how to give good gifts 2 for, with whatever judg- to your children, how much ment ye judge, ye will be, rather will your Father who judged: and with whatever is in heaven, give good things measure ye measure, it will to them that ask him? be measured out to you. 12 All things therefore that
3 And why regardest thou ye would men should do to you, Luke, vi. 31. the mote that is in thy bro- do ye so also to them: for this ther's
but considerest not is the law and the prophets. the beam that is in thine own 13 Enter in through the strait eye?
gate: for, wide is the gate, and 4 Or, how shalt thou say to broad the way, that leadeth to thy brother, Let me take out destruction, and many are they the mote from thine eye; who enter through it: when, behold, a beam is in 14 because, strait is the gate, thine own eye?
and narrow the way, which 5 Thou hypocrite, first take leadeth to life, and few are out the beam from thine own they that find it. eye; and then thou wilt see 15 Beware of false prophets, clearly to take out the mote who come to you in sheep's from thy brother's eye. clothing, but inwardly are ra
6 Give not that which is holy vening wolves : to the dogs; neither cast your ye
will know them by pearls before swine, lest they their fruits : do men gather trample them under their feet, grapes from thorns, or figs and turn and rend you.
AND when he was come
17 even so, every good tree man, who built his house on
and the floods came, and the
that the people were astonished
29 for he taught them as
22 Many will say to me in
many wonderful works? Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst
de- 3 and he put forth his hand, part from me, ye that work and touched him, saying, I iniquity.
will; be thou clean and
hearkeneth to these my words cleansed.
who built his house See thou tell no one; but go,
shew thyself to the priest, and
came to him, beseeching him ;
Lake, vii. &
7 And he saith to him, I will and the fever left her; and she
arose, and ministered to him.
were ill :
fulfilled which was spoken
tude about him, commanded
19 And a certain scribe came
thou goest :
12 but the children of the where he may lay his head.
into a ship, his disciples fol-
lowed him :
the ship was covered with the
25 And they came to him, and what had befallen those who awoke him, saying, Lord, save had been possessed by the us, we perish!
devils : 26 and he saith to them, 34 and, behold, the whole Why are ye fearful, 0 ye of city came out to meet Jesus; little faith? Then he arose,
and when they saw him, they and rebuked the winds and besought him to depart out of the sea; and there was a great their borders. calm : 27 and the men marvelled,
CHAPTER IX. saying, What manner of person is this, that even the winds AND he entered into the and the sea obey him!
ship, and passed over 28 And when he was come to again, and came to his own city. c. viii. 18 the other side, into the country 2 And, behold, they brought of the Gadarenes, two men to him a man ill of the palsy, possessed with devils met him, lying on a bed: and Jesus seewho came out from among the ing their faith, said to the patombs, exceeding fierce, so ralytic man; Son, be of good that no one could pass by that cheer; thy sins be forgiven. way.
3 And, behold, some of the 29 And, behold, they cried scribes said within themselves, out, saying, What have we to This man blasphemeth. do with thee, thou Son of God? 4 But Jesus knowing their art thou come hither to tor- thoughts, said, Why think ye ment us before the time?
evil in your hearts? 30 And a herd of many
5 for, which is easier, to say, swine was feeding a long way Thy sins be forgiven; or to from them;
say, Arise, and walk ? 31 and the devils besought 6 but, that ye may know that him, saying, If thou cast us the Son of man hath power out, send us into the swine :
on earth to forgive sins, (then 32 and he said to them, Go: he saith to the paralytic man), and when they came out, they Arise, take up thy bed, and went into the swine; and, be
go to thy house: hold, the whole herd rushed 7 and he arose, and went down the steep into the sea,
away to his house. and died in the waters.
8 And when the multitudes 33 And they that kept them saw it, they feared; and glofled, and went away into the rified God, who had given city, and told every thing, and such