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MARK VII. both shall fall into the ditch. mightest be profited by me, 15 Then answered Peter and 12 he shall be free; and ye suf

said unto him ; Declare un- fer bin no more to do aught 16 to us this parable. And Je- for his father or his mother,

su said ; Are ye also yet 13 making the word of God of 17 without understanding? Do none effect through your

not ye yet understand, that tradition, which ye have dewhatsoever entereth in at the livered ; and

and many such mouth goeth into the belly, like things do ye.

and is cast out into the 14 And when he had called all 18 draught ? But those things the people unto him, he said

which proceed out of the unto them ; Hearken unto mouth come forth from the

me every one of you, and heart, and they defile the 15 understand. There is noth19 man. For out of the heart ing from without a man,

proceed evil thoughts; mur- that entering into him, can ders, adulteries, fornica- defile him ; but the things tions, thefts, false witness,

which come

out of him, 20 blasphemies. These are the those are they that defile the things which defile a man; 16 man. If

any man have but to eat with unwashen ears to hear, let him hear. hands defileth not a man.

And when he was entered into the house from the people, his disciples

asked him concerning the 18 parable. And he saith un

to them ; Are ye so without understanding also ? Do ye not perceive, that whatsoever thing from without enter

eth into the man, it cannot 19 defile him? because it en

tereth not into his heart, but into the belly; and go

eth out into the draught, 20 purging all meats. And he

said ; That which cometh

out of the man, that defil21 eth the man. For from

within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts ;

adulteries, fornications, mur22 ders, thests, covetousness,




was a


MARK VII. wickedness, deceit, lasc viouisness, an evil eye, blas

phemy, pride, foolishness; 23 all these evil things, come

from within, and defile the

man.' Then Jesus went thence, 24

And from thence he arose, and departed into the coasts and went into the borders 22 of Tyre and Sidon. And, of Tyre and Sidon; and

behold, a woman of Canaan entered into a house, and came out of the same coast, would have no man know and cried unto him, saying ; it ; but he could not be hid. Have mercy on me, O Lord, 25 For a certain woman, whose thou son of David; my young daughter had an un

daughter is grievously vexed clean spirit, 'heard of him, 23 with a devil.

But he an- and came and fell at his swered her not a word. And 26 seet; (the woman his disciples came and be- Greek, a Syrophenician by sought him, saying ; Send nation ;) and she besought her away,

for she crieth af- him that he would cast forth 24 ter us. But he answered the devil out of her daugh

and said ; I am not sent but 27 ter. But Jesus said unto 25 unto the lost sheep of the her ; Let the children first

house of Israel. Then came be filled ; for it is not meet she and worshipped him, say- to take the children's bread,

ing ; Lord, help me! But he and to cast it unto the dogs. 26 answered and said ; It is not 28 And she answered and said

meet to take the children's unto him ; Yes, Lord; yet

bread, and to cast it to dogs. the dogs under the table eat 27 And she said ; Truth, Lord ;


of the children's crunìbs. the dogs eat of the 29 And he said unto her ; For cruinbs which fall from their this saying go thy way; 28 master's table. Then Jesus the devil is gone out of thy answered and said unto her ; 30 daughter.

And when she O woman, great is thy faith 1; was come to her house, she be it unto thee, even as thou found the devil gone out, wilt. And her daughter and her daughter laid upon was made whole from

the bed.

And again departing from And Jesus departed from the coasts of Tyre and Sithence, and came nigh unto don, he came unto the sea the sea of Galilee

and went

of Galilee, through the up into a mountain, and sat midst of the coasts of De



very hour.




MARK VII. 30 down there. And great mul- 32 capolis. And they bring

titudes came unto him, hav- unto him one that was deaf, ing with them those that were.

and had an impediment in lame, blind, durnb, maimed, bis speech, and they beseech and many others; and cast him to put his hand upon

them down at Jesus' feet, and 33 him. And he took him 31 he healed them ; insomuch aside from the multitude,

that the multitude wondered, and put bis fingers into his when they saw the dumb to ears, and he spit, and touchspeak, the maimed to be 34 ed his tongue; and looking whole, the lame to walk, and up to heaven, he sighed, the blind to see ; and they and saith unto him ; Ephglorified the God of Is

phatha, that is, be opened. rael.

35 And straightway his ears

were opened ; and the string of his tongue was - loosed, and he spake plain. 36 And he charged them that

they should tell no man; but the more he charged them, so much the more a great deal they published it.

they were beyond measure astonished, saying; He hath done all things well; he maketh both the deaf to

hear, and the dumb to speak. Then Jesus called his dis- 8 In those days, the multiciples unto him, and said ; I tude being very great, and have compassion on the mul- having nothing to eat, he titude, because it is now three called his disciples unto days that they continue with him, and saith unto them ; me, and they have nothing to 2 I have compassion on the eat; and I will not send them multitude; because it is now away fasting, lest they faint three days that they have

And his dis- been with me, and they have ciples say unto him; Whence 3 nothing to eat.


And if I should we have so much send them away fasting to bread in the wilderness as their own houses, they will

to fill so great a multitude ? faint by the way; for divers 34 And Jesus saith unto them; 4 of them came from far. And

How many loaves have ye? his disciples answered him; And they said ; Seven, and From whence can

37 And


33 in the way.

a man


MARK VIII. 35 a few little fishes. And he satisfy these men with bread

commanded the multitude to 5 here in the wilderness? And sit down on the ground.

he asked them ; How many 36 And he took the seven loaves loaves have ye? And they

and 'the fishes, and gave 6 said ; Seven. And he comthanks, and brake them, and manded the people to sit gave to his disciples, and the down on the ground; and

disciples to the multitude. he took the seven loaves, 37 And they did alleat, and were and gave thanks, and brake,

filled ; and they took up of and gave to his disciples to

the broken meat that was left set before them; and they 38 seven baskets full. And they did set them before the peo

that did eat were four thou- 7 ple. And they had a few sand men,

beside women and small fishes; and he blessed, 39 children. And he sent away

and commanded to set thein the multitude, and took ship, 8 also before them. So they and came into the coasts of did eat, and were filled ; Magdala.

and they took up of the bro

ken meat that was left, sev9 en baskets. And they that

had eaten were about four thousand ; and he sent them away.

And straightway he entered into a ship with his disci

ples, and came into the parts 16 The Pharisees also and the 11 of Dalmanutha. And the

Sadducees came, and, tempt- Pharisees came forth, and ing, desired him that he would began to question with him, shew them a sign from heav- seeking of him a sign from

He answered and said 12 heaven, tempting him. And unto thern; When it is he sighed deeply in his spirevening, ye say ; It will be it, and saith; Why doth

fair weather; for the sky is this generation seek after a 3 red. And in the morning ;

sign? Verily I say unto you, It will be foul weather to

there shall no sign be given day ; for the sky is red and 13 to this generation. And he lowering. Oye hypocrites ! left them, and entering into ye can discern the face of the ship again, departed to the sky, but can ye not dis- the other side.

cern the signs of the times ? 4 A wicked and adulterous

generation seeketh after a


2 en.


MARK VIII: sign; and there shall no sign be given unto it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas. And

he left them, and departed. 5 And when his disciples were 14 Now the disciples had for

come to the other side, they gotten to take bread, neith

had forgotten to take bread. er had they in the ship with 6 Toen Jesus said unto them ; them more than one loaf.

take heed, and beware of 15 And he charged them say*the leaven of the Pharisees ing ; Take heed, beware of 9 and of the Sadducees. And the leaven of the Pharisees,

they reasoned among them- and of the leaven of Herod. selves, saying ; It is because 16 And they reasoned among

we have taken no bread. themselves, saying ; It is be8 Which when Jesus perceiv

we have no bread. ed, he said ; O

ye of litile 17 And when Jesus knew it, faith, why reason ye among he saith unto them; Why yourselves, because ye have

reason ye,



have 9 brought no bread? Do ye no bread ? Perceive ye not



23 man

And he cometh to Bethsaida. And they bring a blind

unto him, and besought him to touch him. And he took the blind man by the hand, and led him out of the town;

and when he had spit on his eyes, and put his hands upon him, 24 he asked him if he saw aught. 'And he looked up, and said ;



MARK VIII. When Jesus came into 27 And Jesus went out, and the coasts of Cesarea Phi- his disciples, into the towns lippi, he asked his disciples, of Cesarea Philippi. And

saying; Whom do men say by the way he asked his disthat I, the Son of man, am ? ciples, saying unto them ; 14 And they said ; Some say Whom do men say that I

that thou art John the Bap- 28 am ? And they answered ; tist ; some, Elias; and oth- John the Baptist; but some

ers, Jeremias, or one of the say Elias; and others, one 15 prophets. He saith unto 29 of the prophets. And he

them ; But whom say ye saith unto them ; But whom 16 that I am ? And Simon Pe

say ye that I am ? And Peter answered and said ; Thou ter answereth and saith unto art the Christ, the Son of the him ; Thou art the Christ.

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