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do ye more than others ? he putteth in the sickle, be. do not even the Publi- cause the harvest is come. cans so?
TAKE heed that
138. 48 Be ye therefore 30 I And he said, Where
perfect, even as your unto shall we liken the Father which is in hea- kingdom of God? or with ven is perfect.
what comparison shall we
compare it? 139. 1
31 It is like a grain of ye do not your mustard seed, which, when alms before men, to be it is sown in the earth, is seen of them : otherwise less than all the seeds that ye have no reward of be in the earth : your Father which is in
heaven. 140. 2 Therefore when thou 32 But when it is sown,
doest thine alms, do not it groweth up, and becometh sound a trumpet before greater than all herbs, and thee, as the hypocrites do shooteth out great branches; in the synagogues and so that the fowls of the air in the streets, that they may lodge under the shadow may have glory of men. of it. Verily I say unto you,
They have their reward. 141. 3 But when thou 33 And with many such
doest alms, let not thy parables spake he the word left hand know what thy unto them, as they were right hand doeth : able to hear it.
142. 4 That thine alms 34 But without a parable
may be in secret: and spake he not unto them : thy Father which seeth and when they were alone, in secret himself shall he expounded all things to
reward thee openly. his disciples. 143. 5 And when thou 35 And the same day,
prayest, thou shalt not when the even was come, be as the hypocrites are: he saith unto them, Let us for they love to pray pass over unto the other standing in the syna- side.
and hill shall be brought cometh, which is called low; and the crooked shall Christ: when he is come, be made straight, and the he will tell us all things. rough ways shall be made smooth;
6 And all flesh shall see 26 Jesus saith unto her, I the salvation of God. that speak unto thee am hé.
7 Then said he to the 27 | And upon this came multitude that came forth his disciples, and marvelled to be baptized of him, o that he talked with the wogeneration of vipers, who man : yet no man said, hath warned you to flee What seekest thou ! or, from the wrath to come? Why talkest thou with her
8 Bring forth therefore 28 The woman then left fruits worthy of repentance, her waterpot, and went her and begin not to say within way into the city, and saith yourselves, We have Abra- to the men, ham to our father : for I say
That God is able of these stones to raise up children unto Abraham.
9 And now also the axe 29 Come, see a man, is laid unto the root of the which told me all things trees : every tree therefore that ever I did : is not this which bringeth not forth the Christ ? good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire.
10 And the people asked 30 Then they went out of him, saying, What shall we the city, and came unto him. do then ?
11 He answereth and saith 31 1 In the mean while unto them, He that hath his disciples prayed him, two coats, let him impart saying, Master, eat. to him that hath none; and he that hath meat, let him
gogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be
seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their
reward. 144. 6 But thou, when 36 And when they had
thou prayest, enter into sent away the multitude, thy closet, and when they took him even as he thou hast shut thy door, was in the ship. And there pray to thy Father which were also with him other is in secret; and thy Fa- little ships. ther which seeth in secret shall reward thee
openly. 145.7 But when ye pray,
37 And there arose a great use not vain repetitions, storm of wind, and the as the heathen do: for waves beat into the ship, they think that they so that it was now fuli. shall be heard for their
much speaking. 146. 8 Be not ye there- 38 And he was in the
fore like unto them: for hinder part of the ship, your Father knoweth asleep on a pillow: and they what things ye have awake him, and say unto need of, before, ye ask him, Master, carest thou him.
not that we perish ? 147. 9 After this manner 39 And he arose, and re
therefore pray ye : Our buked the wind, and said Father which art in hea- unto the sea, Peace, be ven, Hallowed be thy still. And the wind ceased, name.
and there was a great calm.
148. 10 Thykingdom come. 40 And he said unto
Thy will be done in them, Why are ye so fearearth, as it is in heaven. ful? how is it that ye have
12 Then came also Publi- 32 But he said unto them, cans to be baptized, and said I have meat to eat that ye unto him, Master, what know not of. shall we do?
13 And he said unto 33 Therefore said the disthem, Exact no more than ciples one to another, Hath that which is appointed any man brought him ought you.
14 And the soldiers like- 34 Jesus saith unto them, wise demanded of him, say. My meat is to do the will ing, And what shall we do? of him that sent me, and to And he said unto them, Do finish his work. violence to no man, neither accuse any falsely; and be content with your wages.
15 | And as the people 35 Say not ye, There are were in expectation, and all yet four months, and then men mused in their hearts cometh harvest ? behold, I of John, whether he were say unto you, Lift up your the Christ, or not;
eyes, and look on the fields; for they are white already to
harvest. 16 John answered, saying 36 And he that reapeth unto them all, I indeed bap- receiveth wages, and gatize you with water; but one thereth fruit unto life etermightier than I cometh, the nal: that both he that sowlatchet of whose shoes I am eth and he that reapeth may not worthy to unloose: he rejoice together. shall baptize you with the
149. 11 Give us this day 41 And they feared exour daily bread.
ceedingly, and said one to another, What manner of man is this, that even the wind and the sea obey him?
150. 12 And forgive us our 1 AN
ND they came over debts, as we forgive our
unto the other side debtors.
of the sea, into the country of the Gadarenes.
151. 13 And lead us not 2 And when he was come
into temptation, but de- out of the ship, immediately liver us from evil: For there met him out of the thine is the kingdom, tombs a man withvan un. and the power, and the clean spirit,
glory, for ever. Amen. 152. 14 | For if ye forgive 3 Who had his dwelling
their trespasses, among the tombs; and no your heavenly Father man could bind him, no, will also forgive you:
not with chains: 153. 15 But if ye forgive 4 Because that he had
not men their trespasses, been often bound with fetneither will your Father ters and chains, and the forgive your trespasses. chains had been plucked
asunder by him, and the fetters brokeninpieces: neither
could any man tame him. 154. 16. Moreover when 5 And always, night and
ye fast, be not, as the day, he was in the mounhypocrites, of a sadcountains, and in the tombs, tenance : for they disfi- crying, and cutting himself gure their faces, that with stones. they may appear unto men to fast. Verily. I say unto you, They have
their reward. 155. 17 But thou, when 6 But when he saw Jesus