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unto you, That many We can. And Jesus said
prophets and righteous unto them, Ye shall indeed
men have desired to see drink of the cup that I drink
those things which ye see, of; and with the baptism
and have not seen them; that I am baptized withal
and to hear those things shall ye be baptized:
which ye hear, and have

not heard them. 413. 18 Hear ye therefore 40 But to sit on my right the parable of the sower. hand and on my left hand is

not mine to give; but it shall be given to them for whom it

is prepared. 414, 19 When any one 41 "And when the ten

heareth the word of the heard it, they began to be
kingdom, and under- much displeased with James
standeth it not, then co- and John.
meth the wicked one, and
catcheth away that which
was sown in his heart.
This is he which received

seed by the way side. 415. 20 But he that re- 42 But Jesus called them

ceived the seed into stony to him, and saith unto them, places, the same is he Ye know that they which that heareth the word, are accounted to rule over and anon with joy re- the Gentiles exercise lordceiveth it;

ship over them; and their great ones exercise authority

upon them.

416. 21 Yet hath he not 43 But so shall it not be

root in himself, but dur- among you: but whosoever
eth for a while: for when will be great among you,
tribulation or persecu- shall be your minister:
tion ariseth because of
the word, by and by he

is offended. 417. 22 He also that re- 44 And whosoever of you

ceived seed among the will be the chiefest, shall be
thorns is he that heareth servant of all.
the word; and the care
of this world, and the

ye enter into, there abide, the Pharisees, This man is and thence depart.

not of God, because he keepeth not the sabbath day. Others said, How can a man that is a sinner do such miracles? And there was a

division among them. 5 And whosoever will not 17 They say unto the receive you, when ye go out blind man again, What sayof that city, shake off the est thou of him, that he hath very dust from your feet for opened thine eyes? Hesaid, a testimony against them. He is a prophet.

6 And they departed, and 18 But the Jews did not went through the towns, believe concerning him, that preaching the Gospel, and he had been blind, and rehealing every where. ceived his sight, until they

called the parents of him that had received his sight.

79 Now Herod thetetrarch 19 And they asked them, heard of all that was done saying, Is this your son, who by him: and he was per- ye say was born blind? how plexed, because that it was then doth he now see? said of some, that John was risen from the dead;

8 And of some, that Elias 20 His parents answered had appeared; and of others, them and said, We know that one of the old prophets that this is our son, and that was risen again.

he was born blind:

9 And Herod said, John 21 But by what means he have I beheaded: but who is now seeth, we know not; or this, of whom I hear such who hath opened his eyes, things? And he desired to we know not: he is of age; see him.

ask him: he shall speak for

deceitfulness of riches,
choke the word, and he

becometh unfruitful. 418. 23 But he that re- 45 For even the Son of

ceived seed into the good man came not to be minis-
ground is he that heareth tered unto, but to minister,
the word, and under and to give his life a ransom
standeth it; which also for many.
beareth fruit, and bring-
eth forth, some an hun-
dredfold, some sixty,

some thirty. 419. 24 9 Another parable 46 And they came to Je

put he forth unto them, richo: and as he went out saying, The kingdom of of Jericho with his disciples heaven is likened unto a and a great number of peoman which sowed good ple, blind Bartimæus, the seed in his field:

son of Timæus, sat by the

highway side begging. 420. 25 But while men 47 And when he heard

slept, his enemy came that it was Jesus of Nazaand sowed tares among reth, he began to cry out, the wheat, and went his and say, Jesus, thou Son of way.

David, have mercy on me.

421. 26 But when the blade 48 And many charged him

was sprung up, and that he should hold his brought forth fruit, then peace: but he cried the more appeared the tares also. a great deal, Thou Son of

David, have mercy on me.

422. 27 So the servants of 49 And Jesus stood still,

the housholder came and and commanded him to be said unto him, Sir, didst called. And they call the not thou sow good seed blind man, saying unto him, in thy field: from whence Be of good comfort, rise; he

then hath it tares ? calleth thee. 423. 28 He said unto them, 50 And he, casting away An enemy hath done this. his garment, rose, and came


10 And the apostles, when 22 These words spake his they were returned, told him parents, because they feared all that they had done. And the Jews: for the Jews had he took them, and went a- agreed already, that if any side privately into a desert man did confess that he was place belonging to the city Christ, he should be put out called Bethsaida.

of the synagogue.

11 And the people, when 23 Therefore said his

раthey knew it, followed him: rents, He is of age; ask him. and he received them, and spake unto them of the kingdom of God, and healed them that had need of healing.

12 And when the day be- 24 Then again called they gan to wear away, then came the man that was blind, and the twelve, and said unto said unto him, Give God him, Send the multitude a- the praise: we know that way, that they may go into this man is a sinner. the towns and country round about, and lodge, and get victuals: for we are here in a desert place.

13 But he said unto them, 25 He answered and said, Give ye them to eat. And Whether he be a sinner or they said, We have no more no, I know not: one thing I but five loaves and two fishes; know, that, whereas I was except we should go and buy blind, now I see. meat for all this people.

14 For they were about 26 Then said they to him five thousand men. And he again, What did he to thee! said to his disciples, Make how opened he thine eyes? them sit down by fifties in a company.

15 And they did so, and made them all sit down.

27 He answered them, I have told you already, and

The servants said unto to Jesus. him, Wilt thou then that

wego and gather them up? 424. 29 But he said, Nay; 51 And Jesus answered

lest while ye gather up and said unto him, What the tares, ye root up also wilt thou that I should do the wheat with them. unto thee? The blind man

said unto him, Lord, that I

might receive my sight. 425. 30. Let both grow to- 52 And Jesus said unto

gether until the harvest: him, Go thy way; thy faith and in the time of harvest hath made thee whole. And I will say to the reapers, immediately he received his Gather ye together first sight, and followed Jesus in the tares, and bind them the way. in bundles to burn them: but gather the wheat into

my barn,

put he forth unto them. ' AND when they came

426. 31 Another parable 1

nigh to Jerusalem, saying, The kingdom of unto Bethphage and Bethaheaven is like to a grain ny, at the mount of Olives, of mustard seed, which a he sendeth forth two of his man took, and sowed in disciples,

his field: 427. 32 Which indeed is 2 And saith unto them,

the least of all seeds: but Go your way into the village when it is grown, it is the over against you: and as greatest among herbs, soon as ye be entered into it, and becometh a tree, so ye shall find a colt tied, that the birds of the air whereon never man sat; come and lodge in the loose him, and bring him.

branches thereof. 428. 33 Another parable 3 And if any man say un

spake he unto them; The to you, Why do ye this? say kingdom of heaven is like ye that the Lord hath need unto leaven, which a of him; and straightway he woman took, and hid in will send him hither. three measures of meal, till the whole was lea

vened. 429. 34 All these things 4 And they went their

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