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MARK XVI. 16-19.
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mised he was able also to perform, the venomous beast hang on his hand, and therefore it was imputed to they said among themselves, No doubt him for righteousness. Now it was this man is a murderer, whom though not written for his sake alone, that he hath escaped the sea, yet venit was imputed to him; But for us geance suffereth not to live. And he also, to whom it shall be imputed, if we shook off the beast into the fire, and believe on him that raised up Jesus felt no harm, Acts xxviii. 3—5. our Lord from the dead; Who was See on Matt. x. ver. 8. clause 1. delivered for our offences, and was
VER. 19. raised again for our justification, 20—25. Therefore being justified by “Ο μεν ούν Κύριος, μετά το λαλήσαι faith, we have peace with God through αυτούς, ανελήφθη εις τον ουρανόν, και εκάour Lord Jesus Christ, v. 1. He that SICEY Éx deftãy to OEO. believeth on the Son of God hath
So then after the Lord had spoken the witness in himsself: he that be- unto them, bhe was received up into lieveth not God, hath made him a heaven, Cand sat on the right hand of liar; because he believeth not the re- God. cord that God gave of his Son. And a See on Matt. xxviii. ver. 18—20. this is the record, that God hath'given b And it can.e to pass, when the to us eternal life, and this life is in time was come that he should be rebis Son. He that hath the Son, hath ceived up, he stedfastly set his face life : and he that hath not the Son of to go to Jerusalem, Luke ix. 51. And God, hath not life. These things have he led them out as far as to Bethany; I written unto you that believe on the and he lifted up his hands, and name of the Son of God; that ye may blessed them. And it came to pass, know that ye have eternal life, and while he blessed them, he was parted that ye may believe on the name of from them, and carried up into heathe Son of God, 1 John v. 10–13. ven, xxiv. 50, 51, I came forth from b See on Matt. xxviii.ver.19. clause 2. the Father, and am come into the See on John iii. ver. 18, 19. world : again, I leave the world, and VER. 17.
go to the Father, John xvi. 28. And:
when he had spoken these things, Σημεία δε τούς πιστεύσασι ταύτα πα
while they beheld, he was taken up; ρακολουθήσει. Εν τω ονόματί μου δαιμόνια | and a cloud τeceived him out of their έκβαλούσι: γλώσσαις λαλήσουσι καιναΐς
sight. And while they looked stedAnd these signs shall follow them that fastly toward heaven, as he went up, believe : a In my name shall they cast behold, two men stood by them in out devils; they b shall speak with new white apparel ; Which also said, Ye tongues ;
men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing a See on Matt. X. ver. 1. clause 2.
up into heaven? This same Jesus, b See on Acts ii. ver. 4. clause 2. which is taken up from you into heaVER. 18.
ven, shall so come in like manner as "Operç ågotot rậy Saváoróv ti mimov, Acts i. 9–11. Therefore, being by
ye have seen him go into heaven, ου με αυτούς βλάψει επί αρρώστους χείρας | the right hand of God exalted, and επιθήσουσι, και καλώς έξουσιν.
having received of the Father the proa They shall take up serpents; and if mise of the Holy Ghost, he hath shed they drink any deadly thing, it shall not forth this, which ye now see and hear, hurt them; they shall lay hands m ü. 33. Wherefore he saith, when he the sick, and they shall recover. ascended up on high, he led captivity
a Behold I give unto you power to captive, and gave gifts unto men. tread on serpents and scorpions, and (Now that he ascended, what is it over all the power of the enemy: and but that he also descended first into nothing shall by any means hurt you, the lower parts of the earth ? He that Luke x. 19. And when Paul had descended is the same also that as. gathered a bundle of sticks, and laid cended up far above all heavens, that them on the fire, there came a viper he might fill all things.), Eph. iv. out of the heat, and fastened on his 8—10. Seeing then that we have a hand. And when the barbarians saw great High Priest, that is passed into
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A. D. 33. the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, one accord in one place. And sudlet us hold fast our profession, Heb. denly there came a sound from heaiv. 14. Which hope we have as an ven as of a rushing mighty wind, and anchor of the soul, both sure and sted it filled all the house where they fast, and which entereth into that were sitting. And there appeared within the veil; Whither the forerun- unto them cloven tongues like as of ner is for us entered, even Jesus, made fire, and it sat upon each of them, an High Priest for ever after the Acts ii. 1—3. And now, Lord, beorder of Melchisedec, vi. 19, 20. For hold their threatenings: and grant Christ is not entered into the holy unto thy servants, that with all boldplaces made with hands, which are ness they may speak thy word, By the figures of the true; but into hea- stretching forth thine hand to heal; ven itself, now to appear in the pre- and that signs and wonders may be sence of God for us, ix. 24.
done by the name of thy holy child • The Lord said unto my Lord, Jesus. And when they had prayed, Sit thou at my right hand, until I the place was shaken where they were make thine enemies thy footstool, assembled together; and they were Psal. cx. 1. And said, Behold, I see all filled with the Holy Ghost, and the heavens opened, and the Son of they spake the word of God with man standing on the right hand of boldness, iv. 29–31. And by the God. Then they cried out with a hands of the apostles were many signs loud voice, and stopped their ears, and wonders wrought among the and ran upon him with one accord, people: (and they were all with one Acts vii. 56, 57. Which he wrought accord in Solomon's porch, v. 12. in Christ, when he raised him from Therefore they that were scattered the dead, and set him at his own right abroad went every where preaching band in the heavenly places. far the word. Then Philip went down above all principality, and power, to the city of Samaria, and preached and might, and dominion, and every Christ unto them. And the people name that is named, not only in this with one accord gave heed unto those world, but also in that which is to things which Philip spake, hearing come : And hath put all things under and seeing the miracles which he did. his feet, and gave him to be the head For unclean spirits, crying with loud over all things to the Church, Eph. i. voice, came out of many that were 20–22. Now of the things which possessed with them: and many taken we have spoken this is the sum : We with palsies, and that were lame, have such an High Priest, who is set
were healed. And there was great on the right hand of the throne of the joy in that city, viii. 4—8. But ElyMajesty in the heavens, Heb. viii. 1. mas the sorcerer (for so is his name But this man, after he had offered by interpretation) withstood them, one sacrifice for sins, for ever sat seeking to turn away the deputy from down on the right hand of God, x.
the faith. Then Saul, (who also is 12. Who is gone into heaven, and called Paul,) filled with the Holy is on the right hand of God; angels Ghost, set his eyes on him, And said, and authorities and powers being O full of all subtilty and all mischief, made subject unto him, 1 Pet. iii. 22. thou child of the devil, thou enemy of
all righteousness, wilt thou not cease VER. 20.
to pervert the right ways of the Lord? 'Εκείνοι δε έξελθόντες εκήρυξαν παντα
bebold, the band of the χού, του Κυρίου συνεργούντος, και τον λόγον | Lord is upon thee, and thou shall be BEGALODYTOS Otà Tây Taxolovdorra on blind, not seeing the sun for a season. μείων. Αμήν.
And immediately there fell on him a And they went forth, and preached about, seeking some to lead him by
mist and a darkness; and he went every where ; a the Lord working with the hand. Then the deputy, when them, anul confirming the word with he saw what was done, believed, signs following. Amen.
being astonished at the doctrine of a And when the day of Pentecost the Lord, xiii. 8—12. Long time was fully come, they were all with therefore abode they speaking boldly
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in the Lord, which gave testimony themselves, No doubt this man is a unto the word of his grace, and grant- murderer, whom, though he hath esed signs and wonders to be done by caped the sea, yet vengeance suffer. their hands, xiv. 3. And there sat a eth not to live. And he shook off the certain man at Lystra, impotent in beast into the fire, and felt no barm. his feet, being a cripple from his mo- Howbeit they looked when he should ther's womb, who never had walked: have swollen, or fallen down dead The same heard Paul speak: who suddenly: but after they had looked stedfastly beholding him, and perceiv- a great while, and saw no harm come ing that he had faith to be healed, to him, they changed their minds, and Said with a loud voice, Stand upright said that he was a god. In the same on thy feet. And he leaped and quarters were possessions of the chief walked, 8—10. And when Paul had man of the island, whose name was laid his hands upon them, the Holy Publius ; who received us, and lodged Ghost came on them; and they spake us three days courteously. And it with tongues, and prophesied. And came to pass, that the father of Puball the men were about twelve, xix. lius lay sick of a fever, and of a bloody 6,7. And God wrought special mira- flux: to whom Paul entered in, and cles by the hands of Paul: so that prayed, and laid his hands on him, from his body were brought unto the and healed him. So when this was sick handkerchiefs or aprons, and the done, others also, which had diseases diseases departed from them, and the in the island, came, and were healed, evil spirits went out of them, 11, 12. xxviii. 3-9. Through mighty signs And when Paul had gathered a bun- and wonders, by the power of the dle of sticks, and laid them on the fire, Spirit of God : so that from Jerusathere came a viper out of the beat, and lem, and round about unto Illyricum, fastened on his hand. And when the I have fully preached the gospel of barbarians saw the venomous beast Christ, Rom. xv. 19. hang on his hand, they said among
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