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Primitive New Teftament.
PART I.

CONTAINING
The Four GOSPELS,
With the

ACTS of the APOSTLES.
PART II.

CONTAININ G
XIV. EPISTLES of PAUL.
PAR Till.
CONTAINING
VII. Catholick EPISTLES.

PART IV.
CONTAINING
NTAINI
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The REVELATION of JO HN.

STAMFORD and LONDON:
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The Four GOSPELS
Of MATTHEW,
JOHN,
LUKE,
MARK:
With the

ACTS of the APOSTLES:
According to the Greek Part of the MS.
of Beza, now probably above 1600 Years old,
in publick Library of the Univerfity of
the

Cambridge : Collated by Patrick Young ;
A. B. UJher ; and at lead twice by Dr. Mills ;
befides a ftill later Collation.

The Imperfeftions of which Copy are here fup-
plied from the vulgar Latin.

Tranflated into Englijh, 2nd publifhed

by Mx.WHISTON.
The modern Diftinftions of Chapters, and Ver-
fes, and Sentences, and Words, are retained,
though not in the MS.

Afterwards^ Let our Acts be read : and the Epiftks
of Paul, our fellow -worker, which he fent to the Churches
under the Conduit of the Holy Sprit. And afterwards,
Let a Deacon, or a Prejlyter read the Gofpcls -,
both
thofe which I Matthew and John have delivered to you 9
-

and thofe which the fellow- w.orkers of Paul received and
left
to you, Luke, and Mark, Conftit. Apoft. II. 57.
The Gofpel according to Matthew
I. r| 1 HE book of the gene from the captivity of
Babylon un^
ration of Jefus (Thrift, to Chrift, mere fourteen
generati
the foa of David, the ons. 18 Now
the generation of
fen of Abraham. i Abraham be was on this wife, When as
Chrift

gat Ifaac, and Ifaac begat Jacob, Mary was efpoufed to Jofeph, be-
and Jacob begat Judas and his breth iore they camq together, (be wa
3 And Judas begac Phares with Child of the Holy
"ound
ren,
and Zara of Thamar, and Phares Ghoft. 19 Then Jofeph her Huf-
begat Efrom, and Efrom begat aand being a righteous Man, and
Aram, 4 And Aram begat Ami- not willing to make her a publick
nadab, and Aminadab begat Na- example, was minded to put her
aflon, and Naaflbn begat Salmon away privily. 20 But while he
$ And Salmon begat Booz of Ra- thought on thefe things, behold
chab, and Eooz begat Obed of the angel of the Lord appeared
Ruth, and Obed begat Jefle, 6 unto him in a dream, faying, Joftph
And Jefle begat David the king, hou fon of David, fear not to
and David the king begat Solomon take unto thee Mary thy wife ; for
of her that had been the wife of that which is conceived in her is
Urias 7 And Solomon begat Ro-
: of the Holy Ghoft : zi And (he
boam, and Roboam begat Abia, (hall
bring forth a fon, and thou
and Abia begat Afa, 8 And Afa (hale call his name Jefus : for he
begat Jofaphat, and Jofaphat begat fhall fave his
people from their fins.
Joram, and Joram begat Ahazias, Now all this was done, thac ic
and Ahazias begat Joas, and Joas might be fulfilled which was fpoken
begat Amaaias, and Amazias begat of the Lord by Efaias the
prophet,
Ozias, 9 And Ozias begac Joatha m, faying, 23 Behold a virgin fnall be
and Joatham begat Achaz , and with child, and (hall bring forth,
Achaz begac Ezekias, 10 And Eze- a fon, and thou (hale call his name
kias begac Manages, and Manafles, Emmanuelj which being interpre
begat Amon, and Amon begac Jo- ted, is, God with us. 24 Thea
fias, ii And Joakim, Jofeph being raifed from deep, did.
Jofias begat
and Joakim begat Jechonias and as the angel oi the Lord had bid
captivity of den him, and took unco him
his brethren, at the his

capti wife : And knew her noc till ihe
: iz. And after the
Babylon
vity of Babylon, Jechonias begac had brought forch her firft-bora
Salathiel, and Salathiel begat Zo- fon ; and he called his name Jefus.
robabel, ij And Zorobabel begac Now when Jefus was bora
II.

Abiud, and Abiud begac Eliakim, in Bethlehem of Judea, in the days
and Eliakim begat Azor, 14 And of Herod the king, behold, :here
Azor begac Sadoc, and Sadoc be came wife-men from the eaft to Je-
gat Achim, and Achim begac Eliud, rufaletn, 2 Saying, Where is he

15 And Eliud begat Eleazar, and that born King of the Jews ? for
is

Eleazar begac Matchan, and Mac we have feen his ftar in the call,
than begat Jacob, 16 And Jacob and are come to worfhip him. 3

begat Joieph to whom the Virgin When Herod the king had heard
Mary was efpoufed, and bare Jefm ;V, he was troubled, and Jerufalcm
Chrift. 17 So all the generations with him. 4 And when he had
from Abraham to David were four gathered all the
chief
priefts
and
teen generations : and from Davic fcribes of the people together, he
until the captivity of
Babylon demanded where Chrift (hould be
5 And they Caid unto him,
re fcventeen and borp,
generation* :.

A Eb
According to MatttievV.
in JDcinicncm 01 juaca : ior inus
ic is written by the prophet ; 6 And
According to Matthew^
eut to him jerufalem and all Juda, tempted of the devil, z And whejj
and all the region about Jordan, he had fatted forty days and forty
6 And were baptized of him in Jor nights, he was afterwards an hun-
dan, confedtng their (ins. 7 But gred. 3 And the tempter came
when he Taw many of the Pharifeei to him, and faid unto him, If thou
and Sadducees come to his baptifm, t?e che Son God, command that
of
he unto them,
faid
generation
ofQ thefe fione* be made bread. 4 But
vipers, who hath warned you to Jefus anfwercd and It is writ-
fa(d>

flee from the wrath to come ? 8 ten, Man not live by bread
(hall

Bring forth therefore fruit meet for alone, but by every word of God.

repentance 9
And think not to fay 5 Then the devil tafceth him up in*
within your felves, We to the holy city, and fetteth him on
ham to our father for I fay unto
:
pinnacle of the temple, 6 And
you, that God is able of thefe (tones faith unto him ; If thou be toe
to raife up children unto Abraham. Son of God, caA thy felf down .
10 Now alfo the ax is laid to the for it is written, he ihall
give his
root of the trees : therefore every angels charge Concerning thee, and
tree that bringeth not forth good upon their hanols they (hall hold
fruit is hewn down, and caft int< thee up, left at any time thou da(h
the fire. indeed baptize you thy foot again(i a (lone.
1 1 I 7 Jefus
in wa er unto repentance ; but he faid unto him, It is written again,

mightier Thou (halt not tempjt the Lord thy
that cometh after me, is
than whofe (hoes I am not wor
I, God. 8 Again, the devil took
thy to carry : he will
baptize you him up into an exceeding high
with the Holy Ghott, and fire, u mountain, and (hewed him all the
Whofe fan is in his hand, and he kingdoms of the world, and the
will throughly glory of them : 9 And faid unto
purge his floor, and
gather his wheat into his garner :
him* All there things will I give
but he will burn up the chaff with thee, if thou wilt tall down and
unquenched fire. 13 Then cometh worfhip me. 10 Then faid Jefus.
Jefus from Galilee to Jordan unto unto him, Get thee behind me, Sa
John, to be baptized of him. tan ; for it is written, Thou (hale
14
But John forbad him, faying, I worfkip the Lord thy God, and
have need to be baptized of thee, him only thou (halt ferve. u
and thou conieft to me. i\ And Then the devil leaveth him, and
Jefus anfwering, faid unto him, beholdangels came andminiftred un
Suffer iV now : for thus it becometh to him. ii Now when he had heard
us to fulfil all
righteoufneO. Then thatJohn was delivered up, he de
16 And Jefus 13, And lea
he fuffered him.
parted into Galilee.
when he was baptized, went up ving Nazareth, he came and dwelt
ftraightway out of the water : and in Capharnaum, which is
upon the
lo, the heavens were opened unto fea coaft, in the borders of Zabu-
him, and he faw the Spirit of Goo* lon ind Nephthalim : 1,4,
That ic
defending out ot heaven like a might be fulfilled which wasfpoken,
dove, and coming upon him. 17 byv the prophet, faying,
And lo, a voice from heaven, fay- The land of Sabulon ,, and ,

ing unto him, Thou art my be Nephthalim, the. way of the fea.
loved Son, in whom, I aro, wejl ( beyond Jordin, Galilee of the,
pleafed. Gentiles : 16 The people who fat-
IV. Then was Jefus led ujof the in darkncft, faw great light: To
fpiric into che wildernefr, to be them who. fie in the region and
According to Matthew:
fhadow of death, light is fprung for they (hall obtain mercy." &
17 For from that time Jefus BlefTed are the pure in heart : for
up.
(hall fee God.
began to preach, and to fay, they 9 Elcfled are
for the kingdom ot hea the peace-makers : for they (hall be
Repent,
ven is at hand. 18.And He parting called the children of God. 10
are they who are perfecuted
by the fea of Galilee, faw two Blefled
brethren, Simon, called Peter, and for righteoufnefs fake for theirs :

fhall be
Andrew his brother, cafting
a net kingdom of heaven. the
into the fea for they were fifhers. 1 1 Blefled are ye when men (hall
:

19 And he faith unto them, Follow perfecute and revile you , and
me, and I will make you to be fhall fay all manner of evil againft
come fifhers of men. 2,1 And go- you for my fake, iz Rejoyce, and
he faw other be exceeding glad : for great //
ing on from thence,
two brethren, Janes the fon of Ze- your reward in heaven : for fo per-
bedce, and John his brother, in a fecuted they the prophets who were
before you. are the fait of
{hip with Zebedee
their father, 1 3 Ye"

mending their nets : and he called
the earth but if the falc have bit :

them. 2,2. And they immediately its favour, wherewith fhall it be
left their fhip and their father, and falted ? it is good for nothing, but
followed him. 2,3
And Jefus went to be caft out, and to be trodcn un
about all Galilee, teaching in their der foot of men. 14 Ye are the light
Synagogues, and preaching thegof-
of the world. A city that is fee
ot the kingdom, and healing all on a hill cannot be hid. 15 Nei-
pel
manner of ficknefs, and all manner their do they light
a candle, and
under a bufhel
it but on a
of difeafe among the people put :

his fame went throughout all Sy candleftick, and it giveth light un
ria and they brought unto him all
:
to all that are in chehoufe. 16 Lee

lick people that were ill of divers your light fo fhine before men, that
lifeafes, and torments, and thofe they may fee your good works, and
who were poflefled with daemons, glorifie your Father who is in
and thofe who were lunatick, and the heavens. 17 Think not that I
thofe who had the palfie ; and he am come to deftroy the law or the

healed them all. 15 And there prophets : I am not come to de-
followed him great multitudes of flroy, but to perfect them. 1 8 For

people, from Galilee, and Deca- verily I
fay unto you, Till heaven
and Judea, and earth one or one
polis, and Jerufalem, pafs, jot tit

and beyond Jordan tle fhall in no wife pafs
from the
V. And feeing the multitudes, law, till all be done. 19 Whofo-
he went up into a mountain : and ever therefore fhall break one of
uhen he was fet, hisdifciples came thefe leaft commandments, and
unto him. z And he opened hi fhall teach men fo, he fhall be call
ed the the
mouth, and taught them, faying, leaft in
kingdom of hea
ven 2,0 For I fay unto you, Thac
Ble(fed are the poor in : :
3 fpiric
lor theirs kingdom of heaven. except your righteoufnefs ft all ex
is the

4 Bleffed are themeek for they ceed that of the Scribes and Phari-
:

{hall inherit the earth. 5 Blefied fees, ye fhall by no means enter in-

are they that mourn for they (hall to the kingdom of heaven,
: zi
be comforted. 6 Bleffed are they Ye have heard, that it was faid to
who do hunger and thirft after them of old time, Thou fhalt noc
for they (hall be kill :
: and whofoever fhall kill,
nghteoufnef*
7 Jilclfcd are the merciful : (hall be Jyable to the judgment,
filled,
zi But
According to Matthew.
But I fay unto you, that who throne : 3 5 Nor by the earth, for
foever is angry with his brother it is his footftool : neither by Jeru-
without a caufe, (hall be lyable to falem, for ic is the ciry of the great
the judgment : and whofoever (hall King. 3
6 Neither (hale thou fwear
to his brother, Raca, (hall be by thy head, becaufe thou cantt noc
fay
lyable to the
fanhedrim: but who make one hair white or black. 37
foever (hall fay, Thou fool, (hall Bur let your cprnmunicarion be Yes,
be lyable to gehenna of fire. 2,3 yes ; No, no ; for whatfoever it

Therefore, it thou (halt bring thy more than thefe, cometh of the
gift
to the altar, and there {halt evil one. 38 Ye have heard that
remember that thy brother hath it hath been (aid, An eye for an
there eye, a tooth for a tooth. 39 But
ought againft thee ; 24 Leave
thy gift before the altar, and go I fay unto you, that ye refitt noc
to a wicked man : but whofoever will
thy way, firft be reconciled
thy brother, and then thou (hale
fame thee on thy cheek, turn to
come and offer thy gift. 25 Agree him the other alfo. 40 To him that
with thine adverfary quickly,wbilfl will fue thee at the law, and take
thou arc in the way with him: left away thy coac, thou (halt let him
at any time the adverfary deliver have thy cloke alfo. 41 And who
judge, and the judge foever compels
thee to the thee to go a mile,
deliver thee to the officer, and go with him two more. 41 Give to
thou be caft into prifon. 2-6 Veri him that asketh thee, and from him
ly, I
fay unto thec, Thou (hale by that would borrow, thou (halt not
no means come out thence, till turn away. 43 Ye have heard that
thou (halt have paid the uttermoft it hath been faid, Thou (halt love

farthing. 27 Ye have heard that thy neighbour, and hate thine ene
it hath been faid, Thou (halt not my :
44 But unto you, Love
I fay

commit adultery. 28 But I fay un your enemies, them that curfe
blefs
to you, that whofoever looketh on you, do good to them that hate
a woman to luft after her, hath you, and pray for them that defpite-
committed adultery with her al fully ufe and perfecute you : 45
ready in his hearr. 29 And if thy That ye may be children of your
eye caufe the to offend, pluck Father who is in the heavens ; for
right
it our, and caft if from thee : for he makcth his fun to rife on the evil

it is profitable for thee that one of and on the good, and fendeth rain

thy members (hould perifh, and on the juft and on the unjuft. 46
not that thy whole body (hould go For if ye (hall love them who love
away into Gehenna. 3 1 It harh you, reward will ye have ?
wha<-

been faid, Whoever (hall puraway do not even the publicans the fame ?
his wife, let him give her a bill of 47 And if ye falute your brethren
divorce. 32 But unto you, or.ly, what do you that ?e extraor
I fay
that whofoever (hall put away his dinary ; do nor even the heathens
wife, faving for the caufe of forni fo ? 48 Ye (hall therefore be per-
cation, caufeth her to commit adul feft, even as your Father who is in
tery. 33 A^ain, ye have heard the heavens is perfect.
that hath been faid to them of
it VI. Take heed that ye do not
old time, Thou (halt not forfwear your rigrneoufnefs before men, to
thy felf, but (hall perform unto rhe be feen of them : otherwife ye have
Lord thine Oaths. 34 But I fay no reward of your Father in the
unto you, Swear not at all ; nei heavens. 2 Therefore, when rhou
ther heaven, (or ic is Gods (hale do alms, thou (hale n^r found
by
a
trumpet
According to Matthew,
a Crumpet before thee, as the bv they have their reward. 17 But
pocrne* do, in rhe lynagogues and thou, when thou falkft, anoint
in flrcets, that they may be thine head, and walh thv face. i$
<he

glorified of men. Verily I fay That thou appear not unto men to
umo you, they have their reward. faft, bur unto thy Father who is ia
3 But when thou doit aims, let fecret ; and thy Father who feeth
not thy left hand know what thy in fecret, (hall reward thee. 19
right hand doth: 4 That thine You fhall not lay up for your felveS
alms may be in fecrer ; and thy fa rreafures upon earth, where moch
ther who ietrh in fecret. himfelf and ruft doth
corrupt, and where
ihall reward thee. 5 And when thieves break and (leal. through
thou lhalt pray, thou fhalc not be 20 But lay up for yonrfelves trea-
as the
hypocrites : for they love to fures in heaven, where neither moth
fiand, and to pray in the fyna nor ruft dorh corrupt, and where
ggues, and in the corners of the thieves do not break through nor
lireets, chat thev may be feen of fieal. 21 For where your treafure
men. Verily I fay unto you, they s, there will your heart be alfo.
have their revard. 6 But thou, 22 The light of the body is the eye;
when thou fhalt pray, enter into if therefore thine eye be fingle,
thy clofer, and when thou haft Ihut thy whole body fhall be full of
thy door, pray to thy Father in fe- light. 1.3 But
if thine
eye be evil,
cret, and thy Father who Teeth in thy whole body fljall be full of
fecret, ihall reward thee. 7 But darknefs. If therefore the light
when fhall not ufe vain that is in thee be darknefs, how
ye pray, ye
repetitions, as the heathen do : for great zf that darknefs 24 No one
.

they think that they fhall be heard can ferve two maflers : for either
for their much 8 Be not he will hate the one, and love the
fpeaking.
ye therefore like unto them : for other ; or elfe he will hold to the
your Father knoweth what things one, and defpife the other. Ye
ye have need of before ye open cannot ferve God and mammon;
5

your mouth. 9 Afrer this manner 1$ Therefore I fay unto you, Be-
therefore pray ye ; Our Father who not follicitous for your life, whac
sirt in the heavens, Hallowed be ye fhall eat ; nor yet for your bo
thy name. loThy kingdom come. dy, what ye {hall put on Is not :

Thy will be done as in heaven, fo the life more than meat, and
on earth. 1 1 Give us this day the he body than raiment ? 26 Behold
bread neceffary ior our fufte^ance. the fowls of heaven. for they fow
12 And forgive us our debts, as we nor, nether do they reap, nor ga-
forgive our debters. 13 And lead her into barns; yet your heavenly
us not into temptation, but deliver Father tecdeth them. Are ye nA
us from the evil one. 14 For, if much better than they ? 17. Which
ye fhall forgive men their trefpafles, of. you by being follicitous can add
your heavenly Father will alfo for- one cubit unto hisftature ? 28 And
Ive you. i $ But if
ye fhall not why are ye follicitous for raiment
rgive men, neither will your Fa Confider the lilies of rhe field how
ther forgive you your trefpafies. i$ hey grow ; they toil not, neither
Moreover , when ye fa ft , be do they fpin. 29 And yet I fay
not as the hypocrites, of a fad unto you, that even Solomon in all
countenance: for they disfigure their lis glory, was not arayed like one
faces, tha: thev may appear unto fthefe. 30 Wherefore if God fo
men to faft. Verily I fay the grafs of t^e field which
According to Matthewi
to day is, and to morrow is caft in know how to give good gifts linta
to the oven, fhaU be noc much more. your children, how much more (hall
do fo to you, O
ye of littie taich ? your Father who is in heaven give
ye fhall not be good things to them that ask him ?
i Therefore folli

titous, faying, What fhall we eat ? i Therefore all things whatfoever
>.

or what (hall we drink \ or where ye would that men fhould do to
withal (hall we be clothed ? 31 you, do ye c^en fo to them : for
For, after all thefe things do the this is the law and the prophet*.
Gentiles feek; for your Father know- 1 3 Enter ye in at the ftrait gate ;
cth that ye have need of all thefe for wide is the gate, and broad is
things. 33 But feek ye firft the the way that leadeth to deftruftion,
ot God, and his righte- and many there be who
kingdom go in
oufnefs, and all thefe things (hall thereat : 14 Becaufe ftrait is the
be added unto you. 34 Ye (hall gate, and narrow the way which
not therefore be follicitous for the leadech unto life, and few there be
morrow for the morrow will be that find it. 15 Beware of falfe
:

follicitous about things for it felf :
prophets, who come to you in (beeps
jfufficient for the day is the evil clothing, but inwardly they are ra
1 6 Ye (hall know
thereof. vening wolves.
VII. Judge not, that ye be not them by their fruits: Do men ga
i For with what judg ther a grape of thorm, or of
judged, figs
ment ye judge, (hall be judged : thiftles? 17 Even fo every good
and with what meafure ye mete, t cree bringeth forth good fruits :

faall be me&fured to you again. 3 but a
corrupt tree bringeth forth
And why beholdeft thou the mote evil fruics. 19 Every tree that
that it in thy brotheri eye, bur per bringeth not forth good fruir, is
ceiveft not the beam tha: is in thine hewn down and caft into the fire.
own eye ? 4 Or how wilt thou fay 2,0 Wherefore by their truits ye (hall
to thy brocher, Let me pull the know tricm. Not every one n
inote out of thine eye ; and beholH that faith unto me, Lord, Lord,
a beam is in thine own eye \ 5 hall enter into the kingdom of
Thou hypocrite, firft caft out the he heavens : but he that doerh
beam out of thine own eye ; and he will of my father who is in rhe
then (halt thou fee clearly tocafl cur icaven?, he (hall enter into the
the mote out of thy brothers eye. Icingdom of the heavens, zi Many
6 Give not that which is holy unt ill fay to rne in that day, Lord*
the dogs, neither call ye your peurU i-ord, have we not propnefied iri
before fwine, leaift they at any time in thy name have fiy name? and
trample them under their and
daemons ? and in thy name
feet, caft out
ttirn
again and rent you. 7 Ask -ione many wonderful works? 25
and it (hall be given you feek, and \nd then will I profefs unto them,
:

ye (hall find : knock, and it fhall nevei knew you depart from me
[

be opened unro you. 8 For every ill ye that work iniquity. 24 There*
one that askerh, receiveth : and he vvhofoever heareth thefe fajr-
"ore,

that feeketh, firiderh : and ro him ngs of mine, and doth them, he
that knocketh, ihall be opened. 9 (hall be likened unto a wife maa
Or what man is there of you, whom <vho built his houfe upon a rock :

if his fn ask bread, will he 15 And cheraiwdefcendecf, and the
iTiall

give him a [tone? id And it he loods e, and ih e winds blew, c<n}

(hall n-k a filh, w:ll he
give bin
a and beat
upon the houfc ? and ic
r
fefpenc I 1 1 If ye then bsihg evil, ell noc, for ic was founded upon
a* rock.
According to Matthew;
a rock. 2,6
every one that and (hall fie down with Abraham,
And
heareth theft* fayings of mine, and and Ifaac, and Jacob in the king
doeth them not, (hall be likened dom of the heavens. 11 But the
unto a foolifti man who built his children of the kingdom fnall be
houfe upon the fand : 17 And the caft out into outer darknefs : there
rain descended, and the floods carae, (hall be
weeping and gnaihing of
and the winds blew, and beat upon teeth. 13 And Jefus faid unto the
great centurion, Go away, and as thou
that houfe : and it fell, and
was the fall 28 And it came haft believed, fo be it done unta
of ir.

to pafs when ended thefe thec. And his icrvant was healed
Jefus had
faying, the multitude were aftonifh- from that hour. 14 And when Je
ed at his dodtrine. 2,9 For ne taught fus was come into Peters houfe, he
them as one having authority, and faw his wifes mother laid, and fick
not as the fcribesand pharifees. of a fever. 1 5 And he touched
VIII. When he was come down her hand, and the fever left her ;
from the mountain, great multitudes and ftse arofe and miniftred unto
followed him. 2, And behold, there them. 1 6 And when the even was

came a leper and worfhipped him, come, they brought unto him ma
faying, Lord,
if thou wilt, thou
ny that were poffefled with da:-
canft make me clean. 3 And Jefus mons : and he caft out the fpirits

put forth bit hand and touched with a word} and healed all that
him, faying, I will : Be thou clean. were fie k : 17 That it might be
And immediately his leprofie was fulfilled which was fpoken by Efaias
cleanfed. 4 And Jefus faith unto the prophet, faying, Himfelf took
him, See thou tell no one, but go our infirmities, and bare our fick-
away, fhew thy (elf to the prieft, nefles. 18 Now when Jefus faw
and offer the gift that Mofes com- great multitudes about him,hegave
manded, a teftimony unto them. commandment to depart unto the
<or

1 9 And a certain fcribe
5 And when he was entered into other fide.
Capharnaum, there came unto him came, and faid unto him, Matter,
a centurion, befeeching, 6 And I will follow thee whitherfoever
faying, Lord, my fervant lieth at thoa goeft.
20 And Jefus faith un
home grievoufly tormented with the to him, The foxes have holes, and
palfy. 7 And Jefus faith unto him, the birds of the air nefls ^ but the
I willcome and heal him. 8 The Son of man hath not where to lay
centurion anfwered and faid, Lord, bis head. 2.1 And another of his

I am not worthy that thou (houldit difciples faid unto him, Lord, fuffer
ccme under my roof: bur fay the me to go and bury my father. 22,
word only, and my fervant will be But Jefus faid unto him, Follow
healed. 9 For I am a man under au me, and let the dead bury their
thority, having foldiers
under me dead. 23 And when he was entered
:

and fay to this Go, and he into a fhip, his difciples tollovved
goeth and to another, Come, and him.
:
14 And behold there arofe
he cometh : and to my fervant, Do a
great tempeft in thefea,
infomuch
this, and he doeth it. 10 When that the (hip was covered with
Jefus heard V, he marvelled, and waves : but hewas afleep. i$ And
faid to them that followed, Verily his
difciples
came to him, faying,
I fay unto you, I have not found fo Lord, lave us :we perifh. ^6 And
great faith, no
not in Ifrael. 1 1 he faith unto them, Why arc ye
And I fay unto you, that many feaiful, Oyeof little faiih ? Then.
H come fiorn the eaf\ and wtlt, he arofe and rebuked the wind? and
ihe
According to Matthew.
fea, and there was a great calm. man hath power on earth to for-
i7 Buc the men marvelled, fay- give fins, then fairh he to him who
of man is this,
ing, What manner
had ;he palfie, Arife, and take up
that even the winds and the fea o- thy couch, and go unco thine houfe,
bey him 2 z8 And when he was 7 And he aroife, and departed to
come to the orher fide into the hishoufe. 8 But when rite multi
country of the Gerafens, there met tude faw rV, they were affrighted,
him two polkiftd with daemons, and glorified God, who had given
coming out of the tombs, exceed fuch power unto men. p And as
ing fierce, fo that no man might Jefus went from rhence, he faw a
pa fs by that way. zp And behold, man named Matthew, fitting at the
they cryod our, faying, What have receipt of cuftom : and ne frith.
we todowi h thee, Jefus thou Son unto him, Follow me. .And he ,

of God ? art thou come hirher to arofe, and followed him. i-o And

torment us before (he time ? 36 it came to pafs, as Jefus fac at meat
And there was a little way oft from in the houfe, behold, many publi
them an herd of many fwine feeding. cans and finneracame and fat do,wti
31 So the dsemons befoughc him, with him and his difciple*. 1 1 Buc
faying, It thou caft us out, fend when the Pharisees
faw it, they faid
us away into the herd of fwine. unto his difciples, vVhy eateth your

32, And he faid unto them, Go. mailer with publicans and fiahers f
And when they were come out, it But when he heard /f, he faid
they went into the fwine : and be- unto them, .They that be whole
hold, the whole herd ran violently need not a phyfician, but they thae
down a fteep place inco the fea, are fick. 1 5 But
go ye and learn
and perifhed in the waters. 33 And what tha,t i-, I will have mercy ?
the keepers fled, and went away and not facrifice : for I am not corrfi
unro the city, and told all things; and to call the righteous, buc finneri.
all that was befallen to the
14 Then came to him the difciples
poflelfed
of the daemons. 34 And behold of John, faying, Why do we and
the whole city came out to meet the Pharifees fad often ; but rhy
Jefu.-, and when rhey faw him, they difciples faft not ? 15 And Jtfus
befought him that he would depart faid unto them, Can the c ildren
ou: nr their coafts. of the bridegroom fair, as long as
IX. Andhe entered into a (hip, the bridegroom is with them ? buc
and palled over, and came into hi* the days will come when tne bride
own city, i And behold they groom fhall be taken from th em^
brought to him one who had the and then they (hall faft ,in thofe

palfie, lying
on a couch, and Jeiu- days. 16
^o man putteth a piece
(eeing their faith, faid unto him who of new cloth unto an old g.irtneut ;
had the palfie, Son, be of good for that which is put in to fill it up 5
sheer, thy fins be forgiven thee. 3 takerh from the garment, an,4 the
behold certain of the fcribet>
f
ent is.madc worfe. 17 Neither do
among themlelves, This man men put new wine into old booties :

tnd
lafphemeth. 4 And Jefus know elfe the nevv winebreaketh the bot-

ing their thoughts, faid unto them, les, and the wine periOieth : buc

"yVherefore think ye evil in you; ,they put, new,
wine in*o new bot
$earts ? $ For whether is eafier to tles, :ancj both afre preferved. r? l

fay, Thy be forgiveh thee.? or While he fpake thefe r$ing5
fin*

;o fay, Arife and walk? Bu them, behold, there came a certain
6"

t hic Vi raay know tha? tht Son of ruler and him, fay.ing s
B Thac
According to Matthew.
That my daughter is now dead but :
preaching the gofpel of the king
come and lay thy hand upon her, dom, and healing every ficknefs,
and the (hall live. 19 And Jefus and every difeafe. 36 But when
arofe, and followed him, and helaw the multitudes, hchadcom-
n>s

difciples. ao And behold, a wo paflion on them, becaufe they faint-
Hian who had a bloody flux twelve d, and were fcattered abroad, as

years, came behind him, and touch tbeep having no fhepherd. 37
ed the hem of his garment, n
For Then faith he to his diiciples, The
fhe faid within herfelf, If I may harmed truly is plenteous, but the
but touch his garment, I fhall be laborers few. 38 Pray ye there-
cured. 21 But he turned him a fore the Lord of the harvtfi, that
hour; and flood Ail) ; and when be he will fend forth labourers into
faw her, he (aid, Daughter, be of his harvcft.

good comfort thy faith hath cured
; X. And when he had called unto
thee. And thewoman wa& cured trom him his twelve difciples, he gave
that hour. 13 And when Jefus them power over unclean Ipiritf, to
catre into the rulers houfe, and caft them out, and to heal all man
faw the minftrels and the people ner of ficknefs, and all manner of
making a noife, 24 He laid unto difeafe. z Now the names of the
them, Give place, for thedamfel is twelve apoftles are thefe ; The firft,
not dead, but fleepeih. And they Simon, who is called Peter, and
laughed at him. 25 But when the Andrew
James the fen
his brother.

people were put forth, he came and of Zebedee, and John his brother,
tcok her by the hand, and the damftl 3 Philip, and Bartholomew, Tho
arofe. z6 And his fame went abroad mas, and Matthew the publican,
inro all that land. 27 And when Je James the fen of Alpheus, and Leb-
fus departed hence, two blind men beus, 4 And Simon the Canaanire,
i

followed, crying, and fa) ing, Thou and Judas Scarioth, who allb be-
fon ot David have mercy on us. 18 trayed him. 5 Thefe twelve Jefus
A^d he c^meth inro the houfe, and fent forth, and commanded them,
the two blind men came to him : and faid, Go nor into the way of
and Jefus faith unto them, Believe the Gentiles, and into a city of
that I am able to do this ? They ISimarirans enter ve not. 6 But ga
ye
faid unto him, Yes, Lord. zp gather to the l-fi fteep of the houfe
Then touched he their eyes, and of IfraeU 7 Ardasyego, preach,
faid, According ro your faith, be i

faying, Repent, tor
the kingdom
it unto
you. 50 And their eyes of heaven is at hand. 8 Heal the
were opened, and Jefus firahly fick, cleanfe the lepers, laife the
charged them, faying, See that no dead, caft out daemons : freely )e
one know it 31 But they, when have received, freely give. 9 Pro
they were departed, fpread abroad vide neither gold, nor filver, nor
his fame in all that country, brafs in your
purfes : 10 Nor bag
As they went out , behold they foryour journey, neither rwo coats,
brought to him a dumb man polTeff-
:
ne ther fhoes, nor a flaff: for the
ed with a daemon, 33 And when workman iu
worthy of his meat.
the daemon was caft out, the dumb 1 1 And into whatfoever city or
k fpake : and the multitudes marvel town ye (ball enter into it, en
led, faying, Ic was never fo feen quire who in it is worthy,
and
in Ifrael.35 And Jefus weat a- there abide till ye go thence, iz
bout all the cities and
villages, And when ye come into an houfe,
teaching in their fynagogucs, and (aluic itj faying, Peace be to this
houfe
According to Matthew.
houfe. 13 If the Houfe be wor not be made known. 27 What
thy, your peace ihall be I tell in darknefs,
it
upon :
you fpeak ye in
but it it be not worthy, ler your the lighc : and wha; ye hear in the
peace return to you. 14
And who- ear.
preach ye upon the houfc tops.
foever fhall not receive you, nor 28 And fear not them who kill
hear your words : when ye depart the body, but are not able to kill
ou: of the city, fhake off the duft (befoul : but rather fear him who
ot your feet. 1 $ Verily I
fay un i able to deftroy foul and
bo<h

to you, It fhall be more tolerable body in Gehenna. 29 Do they not
for the land of Sodom and Go fell two fparrows for a
farthing ?
morrah, in the day judgment, and one of them (hall not fall on
of
than for that city. 16 Behold, I the ground without your Father.
fend you forth as fheep in the midft 30 Bur the very hairs of jour head
of wolves : be ye therefore wife as are all numbred. 31 Fear ye not
ferpents, and
harmlefs as doves. 17 therefore, ye are of more value
Beware of men, for they will de than many fparrows. 32 Whofo-
liver you up to the fanhedrim, and ever therefore Uiail confefs nit be

they will fcourge you in their /fyna- fore men, him will I alfo confefs
gogues. 1 8 And ye fhall ftand be before my Father who is in the
fore governors for my fake, for a heavens. 33 But wLofoever ftiall

teftimony to them, and the Gen deny me befo/e men, him will I
tiles. 19 But when they deny before my Father who is
deliver alfo

you up, take no thought how or in the heavens. 34 Think not
what ye fhall fpeak 20 For it is that 1 come to fend peace on earth :
:

not ye that fpeak, but the Spirit of I came not to fend peace, but
the Father who fpeakerh in you. fword. 35 For I came to fet a fori
21 And the brother fhall deliver ac variance againft his father, and
up the brother to death, and the a
daughter againtt her mother, and
father the child daughter in law againft her mo
: and the children a
Ihall up againft their parents, ther in law.
rife 36 And a mans foes
and caufe them to be put to death. fhall be thofe of his own houfhold.
22 And ye (hall be hated ot all 37 He that loveth father or mother
for my names fake : but he that en- more than me, is nnc worthy of me :
dureth to the end, fhall be faved, 3
8 And he that takerh not his crofs,
23 But when they (hall perfecute and tolloweth after me, is not wor
you in this city, flee ye unro ano thy of me. 39 He that findeth hfe
ther : and they peifecuie you in
>f lite fhall lofe it but he that loteth
:

the other, flee ye unto another : his life for my
fake, fhall find ir.
Verily I fay unto you, ye fhali not 40 He that rectiveth you, receiveth
finifli the cities of Ifrael till the Son me ; arid he that receiveth me, re
of man come. 24 The difciple is ceiveth him that fent me. 41 He
not above the matter, nor the fer- that receiveth a prophet in the
vant above the lord. 25 Ic is e- of a prophet, fhall receive a name
nough for the difciple that he be as prophets reward. 42 And whofoe-
the mafter, and the fervan: as his ver fhall give to drink to one of the
lord : if they fhall call the mafter leaft of thefe, a cup ot cold wa
of the Houfe Beelzebub, how much ter, in the name of a difciple, veri-
more them of his houihold * 26! ly I fay un o you, his reward ihall r

Fear them not therefore: for there, nor be loft,
is
nothing covered, that ihall not XI. And it came to when pafs,
be revealed ; and hid, that frail Jefus had made an end ot com*
B *
raanding
According to Matthew
manning his twelve he and ye have not lamented.
difciples,
departed chence to teach and to John came neither eating nor drink
reach in their cities, i Now when ing, and they fay, He hath a dae
?ohn had heard in the prifon the mon. 19 The Son of man came
works of he fen: two of! and drinking, and they
Jefus, eating
his difciples, 5
A rid fa id unto him, fay, I
Behold, a man gluttonous
Art ihou he that fbould come, or and a wine-bibber, a friend of
da we look for another? 4 But publicans and tinners: and wif-
(

Jcius anfwered and faid un:o rhem, dom is juftified of her children.
Co ad ihew John again thofe! 20 Then began he to upbraid the,
things which ye do hear and fee-: cities wherein anoft of his mighty
^ The blind receive tneir tight, the {works were done, becaufe they re-
lepers a re cleanted, and the deaf pented nor, 21 unto thee, Wp
hear, and the dead are raifed up, Chorazin, wo unto chee, Bechfai-
and the poor have the gofpel da : for if the mighty works which
preached to them. 6 And blefled were done in you, had been done;
is he whofbever (ha 11 hoc be (can- in Tyre and Sidon, they would
7 And as hey de have repen ed long ago, fitting in
r
ar me." c

parted, Jefus began to fay unto the fackclothand allies,
zz Moreover
piultitudes concerning John, What I fay unto you, Ic ihall be more
went ye our inro the wiJdernefs to rolerable for Tyre and Sidon at the
fee \ A reed fhaken wirh the wind ? day of
judgment, than for you, 23
S But what went ye out to fee? A And thou, Capharnaum, dial: thou
man clothed in foft raimen r ? be be exalted unro heaven, or (halt
hold, they (hat wear foft tktking* thou defcend into Hades ? for it the
are in kings houfes. 9 But what mighty works which have been done
went ye out to fee e. A prophet ? in ihce, had been done in Sodom,
yea, I fay unto you, and more would have remained unto this i
r

than a prophet. 10 This is he of day. 24 Moreover I fay unto you,
whom it is Written, Behofd, I fe.nd that it (hall be more tolerable for

my mefTenger before thy face, who the land of Sodom, in the day oif
(hall prepare thy way before thee. judgment, than for you. 25 Ac
I

II Verily I fay unto you, among that time Jefus anfwered and faid,
them born of women, ihere
that are I thank tnee, O
Father, Lord ot
hath nor rifen a Drearer than heaven and earth, becau(e thou haft
John he Baprift : bu: be that is leaft
f hid thefe things from the wife and
in the kingdom ot heaven, is great prudent, and haft revealed them
un
er t un he la And from the days ro babesi 26 Even fo s Father, for
M hn the it feemed
of ] Baptilt, unri) now, the good in thy fight. 27fo

kingdom All things are delivered unto me
of heaven fuf&re .h vio r

Jeocf, and the v olent rake it by of my Father : and no one know-
force 13 For all he prophets, erh the Son but the Father : neither
and the law propheficd un il Jh knoweth any one the Father, fave
r

14 And if ye will receive/;* this the Son, and he to whomfoever the
u El as *ho was
come. ij He Son will reveal kirn.
ro 28 Come
that r-ath earj.him hear.
let 16 unto me all that labour, and you
Bur u hereunto ftaH I iiken rhis who are heavy laden, and I will
2 9 Take
genera ton ? 1- i, liki child) ijive you reft my yoke up>

the ma-ker, who calling you, and learn ot me, for I am
fir
ing in
unro -heir ellow-, 17 S y, We meek and lowly in heart : and ye
hdvt piped unto you, and yc have 1hall find reft un:o your fouls. 30
noc danced; we have mourned; For my yoke is and my bur eafie>

den is XII. At
light.
According to Matthew.
XII. At that time Jefus went on lowed him, and he healed them.
ehe labbach-day through the corn, 16 But he charged ail whom he
and his difciples were an buogred, they fhould not make
healed that
and began to pluck the ears of corn, him known : [7 Tru: it might be
and to eat. z But when the Phari- which wasfpoken by fcfaias
fulfilled

fees faw them, they faid uoto him, the prophet, faying. 18 Behold,
Behold, thy difciples do hit which my fervanc whom I have cho rcn,
is not lawful to do upon U.e labba h. my beloved, in whom nay foul is

3 But
he faid unco them, Ha^e ye well pleafed I will
:
put my fp<rit

no: read whac David did when he upon him, and he (hall ftiew judg-
was hungry, and they thac were ment to the Gentiles. 19 He (ball
with him, 4 How he enrered not ftrive, nor cry, neither M:all
into rhe houfe of Goo, and did eac any man hear his voice in the ft
thefhew-bread^wrrch was not law- 10 A bruifed reed (hall he not
ful for him to eac, nei her for them and fmoking flax (ball he noc
who were with him, but only for quench, till he fend forrh judgment
the prietls? 5 Or have ye noi unto viftory. 21 And in h name >

read in the law, how that on the (hall the Gentiles rrult.22 Then
fabbachs the priefU in the temple was brought unto him one oofTcffed
blame- with a dcemon, [blind and] dumb
profane the fabbach, and are
lefs ?6 For I fay unto you, that and he healed him, infomuch hat
one greater than the temple. the blind and dumb both
here is
Ip.ke and
/ Bat if ye had known what thi6,faw. 13 And all the peop e were
mcar:eth, I will have mercy and amazed, and faid, !* not this ^he
noc facrifice, ye would not have fon of David ? 24 But when the
condemned the guiltlefs. 8 For Pharifees heard /V, itiey faid, This
the Son of man is Lord of the fab. man doth not caii out dx~non- buc
i

bach, p And when he was de- by Beelzebub, the prince of the
parted thence, he went And he feeing r ^eif
into their demons. i<>

f^nagogue. 10 And behold, there thoughts, faid unto them, every
!

was a man there who had his hand kingdom divided againft it felf is
withered: and thsy asked him, brought to defolation ; and every
faying, Is it lawful to heal
on the citv or houfe divided ic felf,
againu
fabbachs? that they might accufe will no- be efiabliftied,
I
26 But if
him. ii. Buc he faid unto them, Satan alfo caft out Satan, he is di-
i

Wha: man is there among you, thac vided againd himfelf; how (hall
|

flull have one fheep, and it (hall then mV
|

kingdom be eihblifhed ?
(all into a on the fabbach, does 27 Buc ii I by Beelzebub caft ouc
pit
he not lay hold on it, and life if demons, by whom do
your children,
out ? 12 How much then is a man caft them out ? therefore they iliill
beccer than a (beep ? wherefore ic is, be your 18 But if I caft
judges.
lawful co do well on the fabbaths. |ouc dcemons by the Spirit of God,
1 3 Then faid he to the man, Stretch then the
kingdom of God is come
forth thine hand : and he flretched unto you. 29 Or elfe, how can
if forth; and ic was reftored whole, one enter into a
(trong mans houifCi
like the other. 14 Then the Pha- and fpoil his goods, except he firft
rifees went out, and held a coun- bind the ftrongman ? and then he
againft him, how they might de- will fpo l his houfe, 30 He that is
:

cil

flroy him. 15 Buc when Jefus noc with me, is againft me: and
knew ;V, he withdrew himfelf from he that gathered noc with me, fcac-
ihencc and great multitudes fl- ter:h abroad.
-

31 Wherefore I
fijr
According to Matthew.
&y unto you, and blafphemy part of the earth to hear the wifdom
all fin

fiiall be fo-givtnunto men ; bur ot Solomon, and behold, a greater
the blafphemy of the Spirit fhal! than Solomon is here, 43 When
not be forgiven unto men. 32. the unclean fpiiii
is
gone out of
And whofoever ftiall fpeak a word a man, he walkcth through dry
ag.Mi(t the Son of man , i
places, feeking reft,
and findeth
(hall be forgiven him : but who none. 44 Then he faith, i will
foever (hall fpeak againft the Holy re urn into my houlc from whence I
r

Gholt, it ihall not be forgiven him, came out ; an^l when he is come,
neither in this age, neither in that he findeth his houfe empty ; fwepc
to come. 33 Eicher make the tree alfo, and garnifhed. 45 Then go-
good, and us fruit good; or make eth he, and taketh with himfelf
the tree corrupt, and its fruit cor feven other fpints more wicked
rupt ; for the tree is known by the Chan himfelf, and they enrer in
fruit. 34 O generations of vipers, and dwell there : and his laft flare
how can ye, being evilj fpeak good is worfe than the firft. Even fo
things? for out ot the abundance .fhall it be alfo unto this wicked
of the heart the mouth fpeaketh gencrarion. 46 But while he talk-
good things. 35 A good man out Jed to the people, behold his mother
of the good treasure, bringcth forth ;3nd his brethren flood without, feek-
good things: and an evil man ing to fpeak with him. 47 Then
out of the evil treafure, bringeth Oi e faid unto him, Behold thy mo
forth evil rhings. 36 But I fay un ther and thy biethien have flood
to you, Thac every idle word that without, Teeking to fpeak with
men do fpeak, they (hall give ac thee. 48 But he anfwered and faid
count thereof in the day of judg unto h m that told him, Who is
:

ment. 37 For by thy words thou my mother ? or who are my brerh.
ihalt be juftified, or by thy words ren ?
49 And he ftrerched forth
thou (halt be condemned. 58 Then his hand towards his difciples, and
certain of the Scribes and of the faid, Behold my mother and my
Pharifees anfwered him, faying, Ma- brethren. For whofoever does
<;o

fter, we would fee a lign from thee, the will of my Father who is in the

39 But be anfwered and faid to heavens, the fame is my brother,
them, An evil and adulrerous ge and filler, and mother.
neration feeketh after a lign, and XIII. Now on the fame day
there fhall no lign be given to went Jefus out, and fat by the fea.
it,
but the fign of the prophet, i And great multitudes was ga

Jonas. 40 For as Jonas was three thered together unto frm, fo thac
days and three nights in the whales he went into a (hip, and fat, and

belly : fofhall the Son
of man al the whole multitude ftaod on the
fo be three days and three nights fhore. 3 Andhefpake many things
in the heart of theearch. 41 The unto them in parables, faying, Be
men of Nineveh (hall rife in judg hold, a fower went forth to fow.
ment wirh this generation, and 4 And when he fowed, fome fell
fhall condemn it, becaufe they re by the way-fide, and the fowls came
of Jmas, and devoured them up. 5 But
pented at the preaching
and behold, a greater than Jonas is fome fell upon rocky places, where
here. 41 The queen of the fourh they had not much earth : and
fhall rife up in judgment with this forthwith they fptung up , be
generation, and ihali
condemn it ; caufe fhey had no depth of earth :

lor fhe came from the uuermoft 6 And when the fun was up,
they
According: to Matthew.
they were fcorched, and becaufe wicked one, and catcheth away that
they had no icoc, they withered a- which was (own in their heart :
way. 7 And fome fell among his is he which received feed by the
thorns and the thorns fprung up vay-h de. 20 But he that received
:

and ctioktd them. S But other fell the feed in the rocky Places, the
into good ground, and brought tame is he that heareth the word,
forth liuir, !ome an hundred, fome and prefently with joy receivethit;
fix y, fome thirty. 9 Who
hath 1 1 Yet hath he not root in him-
cars to hear kt him And fclf, but dureth for a while : for
hear, 10
the difciples came, unto A hen tribulation or perfecurion a-
and faid

him, Why fpeakeft thou unto them rifeth becaufe of the word, prefent
in parables ? 1 1 He anlwered and ly he h offended, 22 He aifo that
faid unto them, Becaufe it is given received feed among the thorns, if
unto you co know the myfteries oi he that heareth the word : and the
the kingdom of heaven, buc to care of the age, and the
them it is not given 12 For who- nefsof riches choke [he word, and
foever hath, to him (hall be given, it becometh unfruitful. 13 But he
and he (hall have more abundance chat received feed into the good
:

but whofoever hath from ground, is he that heareth the woid,
not ,

him (hall be taken away, even and mindeth it, then he beareth
that he hach. 13 Therefore fpake fruit, and bringerh forth, fome aa
he to them in parables : that feeing, hundred, fome lixty, fome thirty.
they might not fee : and hearing, 2$ Another parable he put forch
they might not hear, neither mind unto them, faying, The kingdom
it, left they fhall be converted. 14 of the heavens is likened unto a man
And then fhall be fulfilled the pro- who fowed good feed in his own
phecy of Efaias, which faith, Go field : 25 But while men hit flept,
and People, by hearing ye enemy came and Towed cares among
tell this

(hall hear, and fhall not under- the wheat, and went his 26
way.
ftand : and feeing ye fhall fee, and But when the blade was
fprung
* up,
(hall not perceive. 15 For this and brought forth fruit, then ap
peoples hearc is waxed grofs, and peared the tares. 17 So the fer-
hearing, and
their ears are dull of vancs of that houfroider carne and
their eyes they have clofed ; left at faid unto him, Sir5 didii not thou

any time they ihould fee with their fow good teed in thy field ? from
eyes, and hear with their ears, and whence then hath it tares ? 28 Ke
fhould mind it with their heart, faid unto them, A man that h an
and (houlii be converted, and I enemy hath done this. The fer-
ftiould heal them. 16 Bur bleifed vants fay unco him, Wilt thou that
are your eyes, for they fee ; and we go and gather them up $
29 He
your ear. , for they hear. 17 For faith, unio them No : leii while ye
verily I fay unto you, thai: many gather up the tares, ye root up alfo
prophets and righteous men have the wheat with them. 30 Let both
defired to fee thofe things wh.ch ye grow together unril the harveU :
fee, and were not able to fee them, and iu the time of harvett I will
and to hear chofe things which uy to the reapers,Cither ye toge-
hear, and have not heard them. 18 and bind them
her fii(i the tare?,
Hear ye therefore the parable of the in bundles to burn them ; but
pa*
fower. 19 When any one heareth her the wheat inro my barn. 31
the word of the kingdom, and Another parable fpake he un:o
ic nor, th?n conteth che tn, Tr.e i::;ido5 of the
According to Matthew.
fceavens is like to a grain of muf. tain man hath found, he hidetli,
tard-fted, which a man rook and and for joy thereof goeth and fel-
fowed in his field. 32, Which in ieth all (hat he hath, and buyeih
deed is the leaft of all feeds chat field. 45 Again, the
: but
kingdom
when itU grown, it is grearer than of the heavens is like unto a mer-
herbs, and becomerh a tree : fo chanr-man, feeing goodly pearls;
that the birds o( heaven come and 46 But when he had found one

lodge in the branches thereof. 3? pearl of great price, he went, and
Another pznbltjpakt he unto them, old what he had, and bought it.
The kingdom of the heavens is like 47 Again, the kingdom ot the
unto leaven, which a woman rook heavens is like unto a net that was
and hid in three fea ns of inea 1, till the caft inro the fea, and gathered of
whole was leavened. 34 All thefe every kind. 48 Which when is
things fpake Jefus unto the multi- was full, they drew it to the fhore,
tuck in parables, and without a and fat down, and gathered th
pa.
rable fpake he not unto them : 3 5
heft into veffels, but caft the bad
That it might be fulfilled which was away. 49 So {hall it be at the end
age : the angels {hall come
the prophet, of the
fpoken by fayiag, I
will open my mouth in
parables, I forth, and fever the wicked from
will utter things which have been among the juft; 50 And ihall caft
kept fecret from the foundation of them into the furnace of fire : there
the world. 36 Then he fent the! (hall bewailing and gnaihing of
multitude away, and went into the teeth. 5 1 Have ye*mderftood all
!

houfe :and his difciples came unto thefe things ? They fay unto him,
j

him, faying, Declare unto us the Yes, Lord. 52, He fai:h unto thtm,
j

parable of the tares 0f the field. 37 Therefore every fcribe who is in-
He anfwered and faid, He thatjfiruded in the kingdom of the
foweth the good feed is the fon of heavens, is like unto a man that is
tnan i 38 The field is the world : an houflholder, who
bringeth forth
the good feed are the children of lout ci his treafure things new and
the kingdom : but the tares are the old. 5 3 And it came to pafs, than
children of the wicked one: 39 when Jefus had finifhed thefe para-
Tbe enemy fowed them, is the bles, he departed thence.
that 54 And
,

devil : the harveftis the end of the .when he was come into his own

age ; and the reapers are the angels, country, he taught them in their
40 As therefore the tares are gather- fynagogue, infomuch that they were
fcd and burnt in the
fire; fo (hall altonifned, and faid, Whence hath
it be in the end of this
age; 41 this man all this wifdorn, and thefe
The fon of man ftiail fend forth mighty works ? 55 Is no: this the
j

his angel*, and they fhall
gather out carpenters fon: is not his mother
\

of his kingdom all things that caufe (called Mary? and his brethren,
offence?*, and them who do iniquity; James, and John, and Simon, and
I

And {hall ca(t them into a fur Judas? 6 And his fitters, areihey <?

nace of fire there fhall be
: not all with ua ? whence then hath
waiiing
and gnafhing of teeth. 43 Then this man all thefe things? 57 And
ihall the righteous fhine as the fun, they were fcandalied ac him. But
in the kingdom ot their father. Jefus faid unto them, A prophet is
Who ha-h ears to hear, let him is not without honour, fave in kit
hear. 44 The kingdom of the own count ry 3 and in his own houfe.
heavens is like unco treafure hid in 58 And he did not many might v
a field thg whi^h when a cer
: W0jkuhere 3 bccaufe eft heir unbelief,
XIV.
According to Matthew.
XIV. Now at that time Htrod
^ive ye 17 And they
them to eat.
the tetrarch heard of the fame ot ay unto him, We
have here but
Jefus. 2, And faid unco his lervants, ive loaves, and two fifhe*. 18 Buc
Is not this John the Baptift, whom be faid, Bring them to me. /0
I beheaded ? he is rifen from the And hte commanded the multitude t6
dead>
and therefore mighty works fit down on the grafs, and he took
do plainly (hew forth them/elves the five loaves, and the two fifties,
in him. 3 For Herod had laid and looking up to heaven, he bief-
hold on John, and bound him in fed, and brake, and gave the loaves
prUon for Herodias fake, his bro to the difciples, and the difciples tn
thers wife. 4 For John faid unto the Multitudes, so And they all
him, Ic is not lawful for thee to did car, and were filled and they :

have her. $ And when he would took up of trie fragments that re*
have put him to death, he feared mained, twelve baskets full, zi
the multitude , becaufe they And they that had eaten were abcuc
counted him as a prophet. 6 five thoufand men, befide worneii
Buc when Herods birth-day was and children, iz And ftrai^hcway
kept, [ the daughter of] Herodiaa he conftrained the difciples to gee
danced before them, and pleafed into a fhip, and to go before unto
Herod. 7 Whereupon he prcmifed the other fide, while fent the mul
with an oath, to give her whatfo. titudes away. 23 And when he
ever (he would ask. 8 And (he, had fent the multitudes away, he
being before inltruded of her went up into a mountain apart to
mo>

rher, faid, Give me here John Bap. pray ; and when the evening was
tifts Head. 9 And the king being come, he was there alone. 2,4 But
fon y, for the oaths : yet lor the the fhip was in the midft of the fea,
oaths fake, and for them which tolled with waves for the wind:

fit with him at meat, he command was cbntrary. 2,5 And in thefounft
ed it to be given her. i o And he warch ot the night, he went unto
fent aud beheaded John in the them walking on the fea. 26 feuc
pri-
ii And his head was
brought when the difciples faw him walk-
fon.
in a charger, and
given to the dam ing on the fea, they were troubled*
fel : and {he brought it to her mo faying, That it is an
apparition ;
ther* iz And his difciples came, and they cried out for fear. 27 Buc
and took up his dead body, and fuaightway he fpake unto them, fay-
buiied i:, and went and told Je
ing, Be of good courage.; Ic
is 1$

fus. 13 But when Jefus heard be not afraid. z3 And Pcrer an-
*Y, he departed thence by fwered him and faid, Lord, if it be
fhip in.
to a defect place,
apart : and when thou, bid me come unto thee on
the
people
had heard it, they fol the waters. 29 And he faid, Come,
lowed him on foot out of the cicies. And when Veter was come down
24 And he went forth, and fa-,v a ouc of the fhip, he walked on rhe
great multitude, and wds moved waters to come to Jefus. 30 Buc
with compaffion for them, and he when he faw the wind boifitous, he
healed their fick. 15 And when wa.s atraid : and beginning to fink$
it was
evening his difciples came to he cried, faying, Lord, fave
rrfii.

him, faying, This is a deferc place, 51 And immediately ]efas liretched
and the hour is how
pad \ fend the torrh kit hand* and caugh: hirri{
multitudes away, that
they may go and faid unto him, thou of littifc O
hro the and
villages, buy them- faith, wherefore didft thoh doubt \
felvcs victuals. 16 But he faid un 51 And when they were gotten up
to ihem,
They n$d not depart j
According to Matthew,
into the Ibip, the wind ceafed. 3 3 which my heavenly Father hath nOt
Then they that were in the {hip, planted, (hall be rooted up. 14
came and worfhipped him, faying, Let thefe that are blind alone :
Of a truth thou art the Son of they be blind leaders. And if the
God. 34 And when they were blind lead the blind, both (ball fall

gone over, they came into the land 5 Then anfwercd
into che ditch. 1

of Gennefaret. 35 And when the Peter and faid umo him, Declare
men of that place had knowledge unto us this
parable.
16 And he
of him, they fent ou: into all that faid, Are ye alfo yec without under-
country round abou:, and brought ftanding? 17 Do not yeunderfland
unto him all thai were ill; 36 And! that whatfoever entreth in at the
befought him, that they might only mouth, goeth into the belly, and is
touch the hem ot his garment : caltout into the draught ? iSBuc
and as many as touched were made thofe things which proceed out of
whole. the mouth, come forth from the
XV. Then came to him the feribes heart, and they defile the man. 19
and Pharifees, from Jerufalem, fay- For out of the heart proceed evil

ing,
a Why do thy difciples tranf- thoughts, murders, adulteries, forni-
of che elders ?f
grefs the tradition cations, thefts, falfe witneffes, blaf.
for they wa(h not their hands when phemy. 2,0 Thefe are the things
they ac But he anfwer- which defile a man
bread. 3 but to eat with :

ed and do you alfo unwafhen hands dcfileth not a man.
laid, Why
trsnfgrefs the commandment of God 11 Then Jefus departed thence,
by your tradition? 4 For God and went away into the parts of
laid, Honour thy father and mo-| Tyre and Sidon. zz And behold 5 a
ther : and, He that curfeth iather woman of Canaan came out of the
or mother, lee him die the death, fame coaft^ and cried after him,
But ye fay, Whofoever fhall fay faying, Have mercy on me,
<\
O
ro father or mo. her , If is a Lorri, thou Son of David ; my

gift by
whatfoever thou mightcft daughter is grievoufly vexed with a
be profited by me, 6 He fhall not daemon. 23 But he anfwered her
relieve his father or mother. Thus not a word. And his difciples came
frave yc made the word of God of and befought him, faying, Send her
none effect by your tradition. 7 Ye away, for fhecrieth behind us. 24
hypocrites, well did Efaia* prophe- But heanfwered asd faid, lam non
e ot
you, faying, 8 people fent, but unto thefe lott fheep of
Thi>

honouieth me with their lips but thehoufeof Ifrael. 25 Then came
:

their heart is far from me. 9 But (he and worfhipped him, faying,
in vain do they worfhip me, teach Lord, help me. 2,6 But he an-

ing doctrines commandments ot faered and faid, It is not lawful to
men. 10 And he called the mul cake the childrens bread, and to caft
titude, and faid unto them, Hear it to dogs. 27 And (he faid, Yes,
and mind, ii Noc all thar which Lord : yet the dogs eat of the
goe h into the mouth defileth a crumbs which fall from their mailers
man buc that which comer h out cable. z8 Then he anfwered and
:

of rhe mouth, this dtfilech a man. faid umo her, Woman, great is thy
ji Then came his diiciplcs> and taith belt unto thee even as thou
:

faid unco him, knoweft chou that wilt* And her daugrrer was made
the Pharifees were fcandalized aiter whole from that very hour. A 9

they heard this faying? 13 But ho And Jcfus depared from thence,
anlwcuJ and laid, Every plant and came nigh unto the (ea of Ga-
likt,
According to Matthew.
J/Jee, and went up incoamountain, ye not the figns of the times ? 4
and fat down there. 30 And great A wicked generation feeketh after
multitudes came un:o him, having a fign, and there (hall no fign be
with them thofe that were lame, given unto ir, but the fign of Jonas.
blind, [dumb] maimed, and many o- And he left them, and departed. 5
thers, and calt them down at his fee:, And when the difciples were come
andhehealedthem:3i Infomuchthat to the other fide, they had forgot
the multitudes wondered when they ten to take loaves. 6 Then Jefus
law the dumbcofpeak, the maimed faid unio them, Take heed and be
to be whole, and the lame to walk, ware of the leaven of the Pharifees,
and the blind to fee and they glo
: and of the Sadducees. 7 Then they
rified the God of Ifrael. 32, Then reafoned among themfelves, faying,
Jefus called his difciples unto him, It is\
becaufe we have taken no
and faid, I have companion on this
(
loaves. 8 When Jefus perceived ;V,
multitude, becaufe it;, is now three! he faid, O ye ot little faith,
why
day& and they continue with me, and; reafon ye among your felves, be
have not any thing to eat : and Ino bread ? 9 Do ye
Icaufe ye have
will not fend them away fatting, jnoc yet underhand,
neither remem-
left they fainc in the way. 33 And ber when there were five loaves of
five thoufand, and how many
his
difciples fay unto him, Whence (the
then fhould we have fo many loaves. baskets ye took up? ! 10 Neither
in the wilde rnefs, as to fillfo great the feven loaves ot the four thou-
a multitude? 34 And Jefus faith fand, and how many baskets ye took
unto them. How many loaves have up? ii How, do ye not underftand,
ye ? and they faid uto him, Seven, thac I fpake it not concerning
and a few little fifties. 3$ And bread ? Beware of the leaven of the
when he had charged the multitude Pharifees, and of the Sadducees.
to fit down on the ground, 36 He n
Then underfiood they that he
took the feven loaves, and the fifties, bade them not beware of the leaven,
and gave thanks, and brake, and but of the doclrinc ot the Pharifees,
gave to the difciplcs, and the difci- and of the Sadducees. 13 When
pies to the multitude. 37 And lefus came into the parts of Cefarea
J
they did all eat, and were filled hilippi, he asked
: the difciples,
and they took up of thefragments ing, Whom do men fay that I
"ay

that were left, feven baskets full. 38 am ; the Son of man ? i4And they
And they thac did eat, were four aid, John the Baptifl, fome Elias,
thoufand men, befides women and and others Jeremias, or one of the
cnildien. 39 And when he had prophets. i$ He faith unto them,
fent away the multitude, he took But whom fay ye that I am ? 16
fra p, and came into the coafts of And Simon IV.er anfwered and faid

Magadan. unto him : Thou art the Chrift, the
XVI. The Pharifees alfo with the Son ot the living God. \j But
Sadducees came, and tempting, de- Jefus anfwered and faid, Bleffed art;
fired him that he would ftew them thou Simon Bar-jona: for flefh and
a
fign from heaven, z But he an- blood haih not revealed it unto
fwered and faid. When it is even thec, but my father who is in the
ing, ye fay, Fair weather : for the heavens. 18 And I fay alfo unto
sky is red. 3 And in the morning thee, that thou art Peter, [a Rock]
Foul weather today : tor the heaven and upon this Rock will I build
is red and
lowering. Ye can dif- my church ; and the gates of Hades
chi face of heaven, but cm (hall not 19 I
prevail againft it,
C a
According to Matthewj
will give unto thee the keys of the; him. 4 Then anfwered Peter, an4

kingdom of the heavens : and faid unto Jefus, Lord, ic is good
j

whatfoever thou (halt bind on earth, for us to be here : if thou wilt, let
{hall be bound in the heavens and us make here three tabernablee;
:

whatfoever thou (halt loofe on one for thee, and one for Mofcs
earth, fhall be loofed in the hea- and one for Eliai- $ While he
vens. 20 Then charged he the dif-! yet fpake, behold a bright cloud
ciples than they fhould tell no one over-fhadowed them behoid, : a>n-d

that he was Chrift Jefus. zi From; a voice out of the cloud, faying,
that time forth began Jefus to (hew This is my beloved Son, in whom
j

unco his difciples, that he rrroft go] I am well pleafed ; hear ye him. 6
unto Jerufalem, and fufter many But when the difcipie* heard tt t
things o{ the elders, and chief prieftst they fell
on their lace, and were
and fcribes, and be killed, and at- fore afraid. 7 And Jefus carr.e and
ter three days arife again, zz Then touched them, and 3 A rife, and <aid

Peter took him and began to rebuke be not afraid. 8 And wh e-n they j

him, and to fay, Be it far tram thee, had lift up rheir eye:, thty faw no
Lord this fhall not be unto thee. one fave Jefus only. 9 And as they
:

25 En: he turned, andfaid unto Pe came down from the mountain, Je
ter, Get thee behind me t Satan, fus charged them, faying, Tell ihe
thou arc an Ofience unto me for vi(ion to i-o man, until che Son of
:

thou favoured not the things ot God, man be ratted from the dead. 10,
bur ot men- 2,4 Then faid Jefus un And his
difciples a^ked him,, faying,
to any one will Why
his difciplei, If then fay the fcribes, that Elias
some him deny him- muft firft come?
after me, le: And he an- u
felf, and take up his crofs and fol fwered and faid unto them, Elias
low me. For whofoever will truly fhall come,
-i<;
and fhall
fave his life, fhall lofe it ; and who retoore all things : 11 But I fay
tfbcver will lt>fe his life for
my fake, you, that Elias is come already,
Shall find ir. n6 For what is a man and they knew him net, but have
profi id,
if he ftial!
gain the whole done unto him whatfoever they
jvorki, and lafe his own foul ? or lilted. 13 Then the difciples un-
what man he fpake unto themoi
give in exchange dcrftood that
fhall a
for his foul For the Son of John the Baptifi : Likewife fhall al-
? 2,7
yuan will come in the glory of his (o the Son of man fuffer of them.
Father, with his holy angels ; and ^4 And when he was come to the
then he fhall reward every one ac multitude, there came to him a man,
w down
to his 2,8 Verily I kneeling before him, and fay
cording practice.
lay tmio you, There be foroe of ing, r$ Lord, have mercy on my
thofe that (rand here* -who fhall net fon, for he is lunatick, and fore
tafte of death, till they fee the Son vexed : for fometimes he falleth in
of man coming in his kingdom. to the fire, and often into the water.
XVII. And 6 And I
ir came to pals after 1
brought him to thy difci
fix and they could not cure him,.
days, Jefus taketh Peter, James, ples,
and John his brother, aud bringeth 17 Then Jefus anfwered and faid,
them up into a very high mountain. O faiihlefs and perverfe generation,
z Being transfigured before them ; how long fhall I be with you? how
H> face did (hine as the fun, and! long fnall I fuffer you? bring him
hi* raiment was white as fnow. 3 ; hither tome. 18 And Jefus rebuked
And behold there appeared unto the dcemon, and he departed out of
them Mofes and Elias talking with him ; and the child was cured from
thac
According to Matthew.
that very hour. 19 Then came the ble himfelf as chis little child, the

cjifciples
to Jefus apart, and faid, fame is greareft in the Kingdom ot

Why could not we caft him out ? the heavens. 5 And whofo faall rc-
10 And he faith unto ttern, Becaufe Iceivconefuchlittlechildinmyname,,
of your unbelief for verily I fay receiveth me,
: 6 But whofo ftiall
j

unto you, If ye fhall have faith as afford fcandal to one of thefe little
a grain of muftard-feed, ye (hall ones who believe in me, it were
fay unto this mountain, Remove better for him thatamiUione were
hence to yonder place, and it fhaii hanged about his neck, and he were
remove; and nothing fhall be im- drowned in the depth ot the fea.

poiTible umoyou. 2.1 But this kind 7 unto the world becaufe oi Wo
goeth not out, but by prayer and.fcandals : for it muft needs be thac
lafting. 2,2, And while
they abode fcandals come : but wo to the man i

in. Galilee, Jefus
faid unto them, by whom the fcandal cometh. 8
The Son of man fhall be betrayed
(
Wherefore if thy hand or thy foo;:
into the hands of men :
13 And ;
afford fcandal to thee, cut it off, and

they ihall kill him, and afcer three call it from thee : it is good for thee
days he {hall be raifed : and they to enter into life halt or maimed, j

were exceeding forry. ^^ And, rather than having two hands, or
when they were come to Capharna- two feet, to be caft into eternal !

urn, they that received the half fire. 9 And in like mannerit thine
Ihekels came to Peter, and faid un-feye afford fcandal to thee, pluck it
to him, Do:h no: your mafter pay our, and caft it from thee : it is
the half fhekels. He faith, Yes. good for thee to enter into life with
z<$

And when he was come into the oneeye, rather than having two eyes
noufe, Jefus prevented him, faying, to be caft into Gehenna. 10 Sed
What thinkeft thou, Simon? of that ye defpife not one of thefe lit-
whom do the kings of the earth tie ones that believe on me ; for I
take cuftom or tribute? of their lay unto you, that their angels in
own children, or of ftrangers? i6 the heavens do always behold the
He unto him, Ot ftrangers. face of my Father who is in the
faith ,

Jefus faith unto him, Then are the! heavens, For the Son of man n
children free. 17 But left we fhould is come to fave that which was loft,
give them offer.ee, go chou to the ii But how think ye? if a man
fea, and caft an hook, and take up have an hundred Sheep, and one
|

the fifh thac cometh up and of them be gone aftray, doth he
firft : !

when thou haft opened his mouth, not leave the ninety and nine, and
thou foalc find there a fhekel that goeth into the mountains, and feck-
:

take, and give unto them for me eh that which is gone aftray? 15
and rhee. And if fo be that he find ir, verily
XVIII. At the fame hour came I fay unto you, he rejoyceth more
thedifciples to Jefus. faying, Who for -that, than for the ninety and
then is the grea r eft in the
kingdom nine which went not aftray.
of the heavens ? z And Jefus call Even fo it is not the will of our
ed one little child unto him, and Father who is in the heavens, that
fet him in the midft oi
them, 3 And one of thefe lictle ones fhould pe-
faid, Verily I fay unto you, Ex rifh. 15 But if thy brother fhall
cept ye be converted, and become fin againft thee, go, tell him his
ye fhall not enter fault between thee and him alone :
as little children,
into the of the heavens. if he (hall hear thee, thou haft
Kingdom
4 Whofoever therefore (hall hum- gained thy brother. 16 But if he
will
According to Matthew,"

Wlill not Hear, take wirh thec one or and befought him, faying, Have pa-
f

two more, that in the mouth of two tience with me, and I will p ay thee.
or three every word may be efhb- 30 And he would not b ut went :

liftied. 17 And if he (hall refufe and caft htm into prifon, till he
to hear them , tell it unto the (hould pay the debt. 31 When
church: but if he refufe to hear therefore his fellow -fervants faw
the church, let him be unto thee what was done, they were very
asan heathen man, and as a publican. forry, and came and told untotheir
1 8
Verily I fay unto Whatfo- lord all that was done.
>ou, 3 1 Then
ever ye (hall bind on earth, (hall his lord, after that he had called
be bound in the heavens and what- him, faid, O thou wicked fervant,
:

foever ye (hall loofe on earth, (hall I forgave thee all chat debr, becaufe
be loofed in the heavens. 19 A- thou eieliredlt me 33 Shouldfi not :

gain I fay unto you,that if two of thou alfo therefore have hadcompaf-
fion on thy fellow-lei vant, even as I
you fhal!
agree on earth as touch-
ing any rhing that they (hall ask, had companion on thee? 3 4 And his
ic (hall be done for them of
my Fa Lord was wrorh, and delivered him
ther who is in the heavens. 20 to the tormenters, till he fhould pay
There are not two or three gather that which was due. 35 So like-
ed together in my name, bur I am wife (hall my heavenly Father do
in the midfi of them. 21 Then alfo unto you, if ye from your hearts
came Peter to him, and faid, Lord, forgive not every one his brother.
how often (hall my brother fin a- XIX. And it came to paft, that
gainft me, and I forgive him ? till
when Jefus had fp: ken ihefe words,
feven times ? 22 Jefus faid unto he departed from Galilee, and came
i

him, I fay not unto thee, Until feven into the coafts of Judea, beyond
2 And
times : bur, until feventy times fe Jordan great multitudes
:

ven. 23 Therefore the followed him, and he healed them
kingdom
of heaven is likened un:o a certain there. 3 The Phartfees alfo came

king, who would take account of un:o him, temp him, and fay in{>

unto him, Is it lawful for a man to
hisfervams. 24 And when he nad
begun to reckon, one was brought put away his wife for every fault ?
unto him who owed him ten thou 4 And he anfwered and faid, Have
fand talents, 25 But forafmuch as ye not read, that he which made
he had not to pay, the lord com them at the beginning, made them
manded him to be fold, and his male and female? 5 And faid, For
wife and children, and all that he this caufe {hall a man leave father
had, and payment to be made. 26 and mother, and (hall cleave to his
But that fervanc down, and
fell wife and rhey two (hall be one
:

worfhipped him, faying, Have pa- flcfh. 6 Wherefore they are no
tience with me, and I will
pay all. more two, but one flefh. What
2,7 Then the lord of that fervanc therefore God harh^byned together
was moved wi h and into one, let not maw put afunder.
companion,
loofed him, and forgave him the 7 They fay unto him, Why did
debt. 28 But the fame fervant Mofes then command to give a bill
went our and found one of his of divorce, and to put her away ?
fellow-fervants, who owed him an 8 And he faith unto them, Mofes,
hundred denarii, and he laid hands becaufe of the hardnefs of your
on him, and took him by !

the throat, hearts, differed you to put away
faying, Pay that thou oweO. 29 your wives : but from the beginning
j

And his feUow-fervani (ell down Jit was not fo,. 9 But I lay
unto
you,
According to Matthew.
(hall put away his poor, and thou (halt have treafure
you, Whofoever
in the heavens ; and come follow
wife, except for the caufe of forni
cation, and (hall marry another, me. 11 When
the yoang man heard

committeth adultery. 10 His dif that faying, he went away forrow-
unto him. If the cafe of ful for he had :
ciples fay great polfeffions.
the man be fo with his wife, it is 2,3 Then faid Jefus to his difciples,
not to marry. 1 1 But he faid Verily I fay unto you, that a rich
good
unto them, All men cannot receive man (hall hardly enter into the
this faying, fave they to whom it is kingdom of the heavens. 2,4 And
given For there are eunuchs, again I fay unto you, It is eafier
i
which were fo born from their mo tor a camel to go through the eye of
thers womb: and there are eunuchs a needle, than for a rich man to en
which were made eunuchs of men ter into the kingdom of God.
:
2,5

and there are eunuchs which have But when the difciples heard zY,
made themfelves eunuchs tor the! they were exceedingly amazed, and
kingdom of heavens fake. He that afraid,faying,Whothencanbefaved
?

is able to receive /f, let him receive 2.6 But Jefus beheld them, and faid

it. Then were brought un unto them, With men this is impof-
15
to him children, that he fliould fible, but
little with God all things all

put his hands on them,
and pray poflible. 17 Then anfw,ied Peter,
:

and the rebuked rhem. 14 and faid unto him, Behold, we have
difciples
But Jefus faid unto them, Suffer lit forfaken all,
and followed thee;
tle children, and forbid them not what (hall we have therefore \ 28
to come unto me: for of fuch is; And Jefus faid unto him, Verily I
the kingdom ot the heavens. 15 Kay unto you,
that ye which have
And he laid hand* on them, and indi followed me : In the regeneration*

departed thence. 16 And behold, when the Son of man (hall fit in the
one came and faid unto throne of his glory, ye alfo (hill
| Read him, f Mafter, what good your felvcs fit upon twelve thrones,
(hall I do that I judging the twelve tribes of ItVae!,

may have eternal life ? 9 And every one
that hath forfa-

jy And he faid unto him, ken houfes, or brethren, or fitters,
Why t Why doft thou a*k me [or father,] or mother, [or wife,] or
calleft or lands for my names
about a
good ihing ? there children,
thou me j one :n at is good but fake, (hall receive an hundred-fold,
! I

enter into and (hall inherit eternal
"

life.
tufJV.
There is
i* thou wilt I
30
But many be and
keep the command-
firft (hall lafl;
none life,

goed.hut rnents.
He laith un- the lattfirft.
1 8

one5Gcd. to him, Which ? And XX. For the kingdom of the hea
Jefus Thou vens is like unto a man that is an
(halt do no murder, Thou (halt houfholder, who went cut early in
not commit* adultery , Thou the morning to hire labourers into
fhah not (leal; Thou fhalt not bear his vineyard, z And when he had a-
false witnefs-, 19 Honour farher and greed with the labourers for a dena
mother: and, Thou (halt love thy rius a day. he fcnc them into his
neighbour as thyfelf.
ic The young vineyard And he went out a.
man faith unto him. All thde bout the third hour, and found o-
thing*-
in the market-
have kept from n.y youth up
I : ctiers
{landing idle
what lack I yet ? 2 JefiiafaJd un f :>lace.
4 And faid unto them, Go
to h!m, If chou wih be petftir, go alfo into the vineyard, and what-

fell that thou hall, and gKe 10 thcj ocver is rijjht, I will give you
According to Matthew.
And they went away. 5 But mother
of Zebedee s children, with

again he
went out about the fixth her fons
worfhipping him, and de-
and ninth hour, and did like wife, linng a certain thing of him. 21
6 And about the eleventh he went; And he faid unto her, What wile
oat, and found others (landing, and thou ? She faith unto him, Give
faith unto them, Why have yeftood order that thefe my two fons may
here the day idle ?
ail 7 They fay (it,the one on thy right hand, and
wnto him, Becaufe no one hith the other on the left in thy
king-
hired us. He faith unco them, Go je dom. 22 But Jefus anfwered and
alfo into my vineyard. 8 And when faid, Ye know not what ye ask.
even was come, the lord of the Are ye able to drink of the cup
vineyard faith unto his fteward, Call that I (hall drink of? They fay, We
the labourers, and give them their are able. 23 Jefus faith unto them.
hire, beginning from the laft unto Ye (hall drink indeed of my cup :
the fir (I 9 When therefore they bat to fit on my right hand, and
came that mere hired about the e my left, is not mine to give, but
leventh hour, they received every to thofe for whom it is prepared ot
one a denarius. 10 And when the my Father. 24 And when the ten
firft came,
they fuppofed that they heard tt y they had indignation a-
{hould have received more, butthey gainft the two brethren. 25 But
alfo received every one a denarius. Jefus called them unto him, and
1 1 And when they had received /?, laid unto them, Ye know that the

they murmured againft the matter ot piinces of the Gentiles exercife do
the houfe, 12 Saying, Tha: thefe minion over them, and they that are
laft have wrought but one hour, and great exercife authority upon
thou haft made them
equal unto us,
ihem. 26 It is not fo
among youi
tvho have born the burden and heat but whofoever will be
great a-
tof the
day. 13 But he anfwered mongyou, fballbeyour minifter. 27
one of them, and faici,Friend, I And whofoever will be chief a-
do ihec no wrong : didft not thou mong you, (hall be your fcrvant,
agree with me for 14 zS Even as the Son of man came
a denarius ?

*Take what is thine, and go a- not to be minifbed unto, buc to
way : I will give unro this laft, e minifter, and to give his life a
ven asunto thee. 15 Is it not law ranfom for many. But do you feck
iul ior me to do what I will with to increafc from a little, and to be
mine own ? is thine eye evil becaufe diminifhed from what is greater..
1 am good \ 16 So the laft iriall However, when you are come and
be firtl, and the firft laft for the are defired to fup, do not
:
you lie
called are many, but the chofen are in the moft eminent places, left
few. 17 And Jefus going up to more honourable than thou come,
Jerufalem, rook the twelve apart and he that invited thee to fupper
in the way, and faid them, come upon thee and fay to thec,
unco
1 8 Behold, we go up :o Jerufa Go down ftill lower ; and thou be
lem ; and the Son of man will be put to confulion. Buc if thou fie--
betrayed unto the chief priefls, and teft in a lower place, and one in
unto the fcribes, and they will con ferior to thee eome.s he that in-
demn h;m to death, 19 And will viced thee will fay to thee, Go and
deliver him to the Gentiles ro mock, IK higher, For this will be ro
and to fcourge, and to crucifle advantage.: 29 And as they de
and the third day he will rife a- parted from Jericho, great muli
ain 20 Then came to bim tht fallowed him. o And behold,
twe
According to Matthew.
two blind men fitting by the way- rufalem,
all the
city was moved,
fide heard that Jefus patted by, and faying, Who is this ? 1 1 And ma

cried out, faying, mercy Have on
ny faid, This is Jefus, the prophec
us, O
Lord, thou fon of David. 3 1 of Nazareth, of Galilee, it And
And the multitude rebuked them, Jefus went into the temple of God*
that they might hold their peace : and caft out all them that fold and
but they cried the more, faying, bought in the templej and over
Have mercy on us, O
Lord, thou threw the tables of the money*
fon of David. 3
i And
Jefus flood, changers, and the feats of them that
and called them, and faid, What fold doves. 13 And faid unto
will ye that I do unto you ? 33 them, It is Written, My houfe {hall
They fay
unro him, Lord, that be called the houfe of prayer, but
our eyes may be opened. 34 So ye have made ic a den of thieves*
Jefus had companion on them, and 1 4 And the blind and the lame came
touched their eyes and immediate- to him in the temple, and he healed
:

ly they received their light, and them. 1 5 And when the chiet priefts
followed him. and fcribesfawthe wonderful things
XXI. And when they drew nigh that he did, and the children crying
unto Jerufalem, and were come to in the temple, and faying, Hofan
Bethphage, unto the mount of na to the fon of David ; they had
Olives, then fent Jefus two difci- indignation, 16 And faid unto him,
ples, Saying unto them, Go in Heareft thou what thefe fay ? And
2,

to the village over againft you, Jefus faith unto them, Yes ;
have
and tiraightway ye (hall find an ye never read, Got of the mouths
afstied, and a colt with her; loofe of babes and fucklings thou haft per
them, and bring them unto me. 3 ? 1 7 And he left them,
fected praife
And if any man fay unto you, and went out of the city into Beth
What do ye ? ye (hall fay* The any, and he lodged there. 18 Now
Lord hath need of them; and in the morning as he pailed by into
ftraighway he will fend them. 4 the city, he hungred. 19 And
This was done, that it might be when he faw one fig-tree in the way*
fulfilled which was fpoken by the he came to it, and found nothing

prophet, faying, 5 Tell ye the thereon, but leaves only, and faid
daughter of Sion, Behold, thy unto ir, Let no fruit grow on thee
king cometh umo thee, meek, fit henceforward for ever* And pre-
ting upon an afs, and a colt the fently the fig-tree withered away.
fole of an afs. 6 And the difciples 10 And when the difciples faw !t i
went, and did as Jefus commanded they marvelled, faying, How foon is
them. 7 And brought thQ af, and the fig tree withered away ? z i Jtfus
the colt, and put on him clothes, anfweied and faid unto them, Ye*
and he fac upon him. 8 And a rily I fay unto you, If ye have
very great mulritude fpread their faith and doubt not, ye fhall not
garmenrs in the way ; others cue only do this to the fig-tree, but it
down branches from the trees, and ye fhall fay alfo unto this mountain,
ftrawed them in the way. 9 And Be thou removed, and be thou caft
the multitudes that went before into the fea ; it fhall be done* i&
him, and that followed, cried, fay And all things whatfoever ye fhall
ing, Hofanna to the fon of David abk in prayer* believing, ye fhall
:

biefled is he that cometh In the name receive. 3 And When he was
thehigheft. come
of the Lord, Holanna in into temple, the chief priefis
*0 And when he wai come into Je and the elders of the pedple came
D unto
According to Matthew^
unto him as he was teaching., and might receive the fruits of it.
faid, By whan authority dolt thou And the husbandmen took his fer-
thefe things? and who gave thce vants, and beat one, and killed a-
this authority ? 14 And Jefus an- nother, and itoned another. 36
ftvered and laid unto them, I alfo
Again therefore, he fent other fer-
will ask you one word, which if vantSj more than thefirft: and they

yc tell me, I in iikewife will tell did unto them likewife. 37 But
you by what authority I do thefe laft ot all, he fent unto them his

things. 25 The
bapcifm of John, fon, faying, They will reverence
whence was it ? from heaven, or my fon. 38 But when the husband
ot men? and they reafoned with men faw the fon, they faid
among
themfelves, faying,
If we fhall themfelves;. This is the heir, come,

Jay, From heaven he will fay un
; let us kill him, and let us feize on
to us, Why did ye not believe him? his inheritance. 39 And they
2,6 But it we (hall fay, Of men ; him, and flew him, and eaft
caught
we fear the people \ for all hold him out ot the vineyard 40 When :

John as a
prophet. 2,7 And they the Lord therefore of the vineyard
anfwered Jefus, and faid, We know (hall come, what will he do unto
not. And he faid unto them, Nei thofe husbandmen ? 41 They fay
ther you by what authority I unto him, He will miferable deftroy
tell I

do 18 But what think thofe wicked men, and will le: otic
thofe things.

you? A man had two fons, and he the vineyard to other Husbandmen,,
came to the fi ft, and faid, Son, go who fhall render him the fruits in
work to day in the vineyard. 29 their feafons. 4:, Jefus fai h unto
He anfwered and faid, I will not them, Did ye never read in the
:

but afterward he repented and went fcriptures, The (lone which the
into the vineyard. 30 But he came builders rejected, he is become the
10 the other, and faid likewife. head of the corner ? this head is
And he anfwered and faid, I go, the Lord s doing, and is marvel
$r; and went not. 31 Whether lous in our eyes. 43 Therefore fay
ct them two did the will of his fa- I unto you, The kingdom of God

TI,
7 he Lift. r Theyfay,Thefirft.Je- (hall be taken from you, and given
iff Gi,
fusfaUi unto them, to a nation bringing forth the fruits
Verily I
fay umo you, that the DUD-J thereof. 45 And when the chief
licans and harlots go into the king- jprietis and Pharifees had heard his
dom of God before you. 32 For parables, they perceived that he
John came unro you in the way of fpake of them, 46 But when they
*igh:toufnefs,
and ye believed him j fough: to lay hold on him, they
not but the publicans and the har
: feared the multitudes, bccaufe they
lot* believed him. And ye when took him- for a prophet.
ye had feen it, repented not after XXII. And Jefus anfwered and
ward, that ye might believe him. fpake unto them again
in parables,

9-3 Hear
another parable There : and faid, 2 The kingdom of hea
vas an houiholder who planted a ven is like unto a certain king, who

vineyard, and hedged it round a- made a marriage feaft for his fon, 3

tour, and digged a wine prefs in And fent forth his fcrvams, tocail

ft, and built a tower, and let it them that were invited to the mar*
out to husbandmen, and wqnt a- 1
liagc
feaft : and they would noc
way .34 And when the tune ot the! come. Again, he fent forth o-
4
fcuitii drew near, he fent his fer- Ither fervanta, faying, tell them who-
vants to the huibsndraen, tj}K vhsy [ars iavittd, BejwWl hJTV prepared
mj
According to Matthew.*
ray oxen and fadings brought unto him to
dinner a denarius.
my :

are killed, and all things are ready : Jdus faith unto them, Whofe vs this
come unto the marriage feaft. 5 image and fuperfcription^ 2,1 They
But they made light of and fay unto him, Cefars. Then faith
if,
went their ways, fome to their he unto them; Render unto Cefar,

field, and others to their merchan- the things which are Cefars : and,
.dife : 6 And the remnant took his unto God, the things which are
fervams,and Created them injuriouf- Gods, 2,2, When they heard /V,
7 When the they marvelled, and left him, and
1

ly, ana (lew them.
king heard it-, he was wroth and went their way. 2,3 The fame day
:

he Tent forth his army, and deftroy- came to him the Sadducees, which
ed chofe murderers, and burnt up fay there is no refurre&ion, and
their city. 8 Then, faith he to his asked him, 2,4 Saying, Mafter, Mo-
fervancs, the marriage feaft is
ready, fes faid, If a man die, having no
but they who were invited were children, that his brother (hall mar
noc worthy. 9 Go ye theietorein ry his wife, and (hall raite up feed
to the high-ways, and as many as unto his brother. 2.5 There were
ye (hall find, bid to the marriage with us feven brethren, and the
feaft. loSo his Servants went out fiift when he had married a wife,
into the high- ways, and gathered deceafed, and having no ieed, left
together all thofe that they found, his wife to his brother, 16 Like-
both bad and good : and the mar wife thefeco/id, and the third, un
riage wasfurnilhed with guefts. to the feven.
feaft 2,7 And laft of all
1 1 And when the king came to the woman died alfo. 19 There
fee the guefts, he faw there a man fore in the refurreclion, whofe wife
who had not on a (he be of the feven ? for they
wedding-gar (hall
ment: iz And he had her. 19 Jefus anfwered and
unto him,
faith all

Friend, how faid unto them, Ye do err, not
earned thou hither,
not having a wedding-garment? knowing the fcriptures, nor the
And he was fpeeehlefs. 13 Then power of God. 30 For in the re-
faid the king to his fervams, Take furredion
they neither marry nor >

him by his hands and feet, and caft are given in marriage; but are as
him into outer darknefs: there (hall the angels in heaven. 31 But as
be weeping and gnaihing of teeth.
touching the refurredion of the dead,
14 For the called are many, but have ye not read that which was
the chofen are few. Then went fpoken unto you by God, faying,
the Pharifees, and took counfel 32, I am the God ot Abraham, and
how they might entangle him in che God of Ifaac, and the God of
1 6 And
talk.
they fent out unto Jacob ? He is not the God of the
him their difciples, with the Hero dead, but of the living. 33 And
dians, faying, Matter, we know when the multitudes heard iV, they
that thou art true, and teacheftthe were aOonifhed at hisdo&rine. 34
way of God in truth> neither careli But when the Phaniees had heard
thou tor any man :
regard- that he had put the Sadducecs to
for thou
eft no: the perfon of men. 17 filence, they were gathered to him,
What thinkeft thou? Is it lawful 55 Then one ot them, a lawyer,
to give tribute unto Cefar, or not ? asked
aqueftion, tempting him, and
1 8 But Jelus
perceived their wick- Dying, 36 Mafter, which is the
ednefs, and faid, Why tempt ye great commandment in the law?
me, ye hypocrites? 19 Shew me 37 Jefus faith unto him, Thou (halt
the tribute T money, AncJ they love the Lord chy God with all thy
D a Jjeart,
According to Matthew.
heart, and with all thy foul, and your fervant. iz, And whofoever
with all thy mind. 38 This is the (hall exalt himfelf, (hall be abated ;
firft and great commandment. 39 and he that (hall humble himfelf,
And the fecond if like unto this, (hall be exalted. 1 3 But wo un
Thou (halt love thy neighbour as to you, fcribes and Pharifees,
hypo
thy felf. 40 On
thefe two com. crites, becaufe ye (hut up the
king
mandmenrs hang all the law and dom of the heavens before men ;

the prophets. 41 While the Pha for ye neither go in yourfelves,
rifees were
gathered together, Je- neither fuffer ye them that arc en
fus asked them, AL Saying, What tering to enter, i ^ unto you, Wo
think ye of Chnli * whofe fon is fcibes and Pharifees, hypocrites ;
he ? They fay unto him, Of David, for ye compafs fca and land, thac
43 He faith unto them, How then ye may make one profelyce, and
doth David in fpirit call him Lord, when he is made, ye make him
faying, 44 The LORD faid unto my two-fold more the child of Gehen
Lord, Sit thou on my right hand, na than your fclves. 1 6 unto Wo
put thine enemies beneath thy you, yc blind guides, who fay,
till I

feet. 45 If David then in the fpi. Whofoever (hall fwear by the
rit, call him Lord, how is he his temple, it is norhing ; but whofo
fon ?
46 And no one was able to ever (hall fwear by the gold of the
anfwer him a word, neither durft temple, he is a delxer. 17 Ye
any man from that hour ask him fools and blind : for whether is

any more queftions. greater, the gold or the temple
XXIII. Then fpake Jefus to the that hath fanclified the gold ? i &

multitudes, and to his difciplcs, z And whofoever
(hall fwear by the

Saying, The fcribes and Pharifees altar, it
nothing isbut wholoe-
fit in Mofes feat. All therefore ver fweareth by rhc gilt that is
3 up*
whatfoever they fay to you, obferve on it, he is a debter. 19 Ye fools
and do; but do nor ye after their and blind: for whether greater, />

works for they (ay, and do not. the gift, or the altar thatfanftifieth.
:

4 For they bind heavy burdens, anc the gift zo Whofo therefore (hall
:

(wear by the altar, fweareth by ir,
grievous to be born, and lay on
raens (houlders, but they thernfelve and by all things thereon. 11
will not move them with theii And whofo Hull havefworn by the

finger. $ But all their works they temple, fwearc .h by ir, and by
do, for to be feen of men : Foi him that hath dwelt therein. 2,1

they make broad their phylacteries And he that (hall have fworn by
and enlarge their borders. 6 Anc ieaven y fweareth by the throne of
love theuppermoft rooms at feafls God, and by him that fitteth there
and the chief feats in the fynago on, z 3 Wo unto you fcribes and
gues, 7 And greetings
in the mar Pharifees, hypocrites ; for ye pay
kets, and to be called of men Rab tithe of mint, and anife, and cum
hi, Rabbi. 8 But be not ye called min, and haveomiited the weightier
Rabbi 5 for one is your mafter, and matters of the law, judgment, mer
11
ye are brethren. 9 And *ou cy, and faith : rhefe ought ye to
(hall noe call any ane your father i.wc done, and not to leave the

upon the earth ; for one is your other undone. ^4 Ye blind guides,
Father who is in the heaven*. 10 who drain at a gnat, and fwallow
Neither be ye called mafters; for camel. 25 Wo unto you fcribes
one is your Mailer Chrift. n He and Pharifeej, hypocrites; for yc
that isgreateft among you, (hall be make clean the outf.de of the cup
and
According to Matthew.
and of the platter,
but within they That ye (hall not fee me hence-
are fall of extortion and cxcefs. 2.6 forth, till ye {hall fay, Bleifed is he
Thou blind Pharifee, cleanfe firft that cometh in the name of God.
tha: within the cup, that the out- XXIV. And Jefus went out, and
j

fide of it
may be clean alfo. 27 departed from the temple, and his
Wo unto you, fcribes and Phari- difciplescame to bint, to (hew him
fees, hypocrites; for ye are like un-j the buildings of the temple. 2.

to winced iepukhres. The fepul- And he anfwered and faid unto
chre appears beautiful outward, but them, See ye all thefe things? ve-
i

is within full ot dead mens bones, rily I fay
unto you, that there (hall
and of all uncleannefs. 2,8 Even not be left heic (lone upon (lone,
fo ye alfo outwardly appear righte that (hall not be utterly thrown
ous unto men, but within ye are down. 3 And as he Tat upon the
full of hypocrilie and iniquity. 19 mount of Olives, thcdifciples came
Wo unto you, and Phari- unto him privately, faying, Tell
fcribes

fees, hypocrites; becaufe ye build w, when (hall thefe things be*
the tombs of the prophets, and gar- and what the fign of thy coming,
nifh the fepulchresof the righteous, and of the end ot the age ? 4 And
^o And fay, If we had been in the Jefus anfwered and faid unto them,
days of our fathers, we would not Take heed that no man may deceive
have been partakers with them in you. $ For many (hall come in

31 my name, faying, I am the Chrifl
*
the blood of the prophets.
Wherefore ye be witnefles unto your and deceive many. 6 And ye (hall
fclves, that ye are the children of hear of wars, and rumours of wars :

them who have killed the prophet?, fee that ye be not troubled : for if
3 * Ye have alfo filled up the mea- muft come to pafs, but the end is
fure of your fathers. 3 3 Ye feN
not yet. 7 For nacion fhall rife
pcnts, yegeneracton of vipers, how againtt nation, and kingdom againft
can ye efcape the judgment of Ge* kingdom and there (hall be fa-
:

henna ? 34 Therefore behold, I famines and earthquakes in divers
will fend prophets, and wife men, places. 8 All thefe are the begin
and fcribes ; and fane of them ye ning of forrows, 9 Then (hall
will kill and crucifie, and to be afflicted, and
persecute they deliver you
fiom city to city 35 That upon (hall kill you; and ye (hall be
:

you may come all the righteous hated of all nations (or my names
blood (bed upon the land, from the fake. 10 And then (hall many be
blood of
righteous Abel, unto the offended, and (hall betray one ano
blood of Z-icharias, Ton of Bara- ther, and (hall hate one anorhcr.
chias, whom ye have (lain between ri And many talfe prophets (hall
the temple and the altar. 36 Ve rife, and frail deceive many. i%
rily I fay unto you, all thefe things And becaufe iniquity (hall abound,
(hall come
upon this generation. rhelove of many will wax cold. 13
37 O Jerufalem, Jerufalem, thou But be that (hall have endured un
that killed the to the end, the fame fhall be faved.
prophets, and i.ionefl
them who are fent unto thee, how 14 And this gofpel of the kingdom
often would I have thy (hall be preached to all the world,
gathered
children together, even as a hen ga- fora witnefs unto all nations, and
thereth her chickem under her hen (hall the end come. 1 5 When
wings, and ye would not | 38 Be- ye therefore (hall fee the abomina
hold, your houfe is left unto you tion of defolation, fpoken of by
dcfolate. 30 For I lay nmo, Panicl the prophet, (land in the
holy
According to Matthew.
let him with a
whofo readeth, trumpet, of great found and
a
holy place,
mind ir.16 Then let thole in they (hall gather togerher his elect
Judea, flee uutb the mountains. 17 from thefour winds, from one end
But let him who is on the houfe-top, of the heavens to the other. And
not come_down to take any thing when thcfe things begin to come to
out of the houfe; 18 Neither let pafs, Look up, and lite up your
;

him who is in the field return back heads for your redemption draweth
to take his garment. 19 And wo nigh. 31 Now learn a parable of
j

unto them that are with child, and the fig-tree When its branch is yet :
j

to them that give fuck in thofe days. render, and putteth forth leave?, ye
|

20 But pray ye that your flight be know that Cummer// nigh: 33 So
j

not in ths winter, neither on the likewiCe ye, when ye fhall Cee all

fabbath-day 21 For then ftiall
: thele
things, know that it is near,
be great tribulation, Cuch as was at the doors, 34 Verily I Cay un-
not fince the beginning ofthe world to you, that this generation fhali
to this time, nor may they ever be notpaCs, till all theCe things be ful
21 And except thofe days filled. 35 Heaven and earth fhall
again.
fhould be Ihortned, there fhall no pafs away, but my words lhall not
flefh elcape but for the clefts Cake paCs away. 36 But oC that day and
:

thofe days (hall be fhortned. 2,3
hour knoweth no one, no, not the
Then if any man (hall fay umo you, Angels oC the heavens, neither the
Lo, here is the Chrift, or there ; ye Son, but the-Father only. 37 For
(hall not believe it.
24 For there as the daysof Noe were, Co fhall alCo
willberaiCed falfe Chritts, and falCe the coming of the Son oCbe. 3 8 For
will (hew great figns as they were in thoCc days before the
prophets, and
and wonders, inComuch poC flood, eating and drinking, both
that if

ffble the very elec"l
marrying and giving in marriagej
(hould be de
ceived. 25 Behold, I have told until the day whenNoe entered into
you before. 26 Wherefore, ifthey the ark. 39 And knew not until
fhall Cay unto you, Behold, he is in the flood came, and took them all
the deferr, not forth: behold, away; Co Cnall the coming oC the
go
ke is in the Cecret chambers, believe Son of man be. 40 Then fhall two
it nor. 27 For as be in the field, the one is tsken,
the
ligh:ning
cometh out of ;he caft, and fhineth and the other left. 41 Two wo
unto the weft ; Co fhall the coming men {ball be grinding at the mill, ths
of the Son oC man be. 28 Where- one taken, and the other leCr.
Coever thecarcafe is, there will the Two
fhall be upon one bed ; the
one fhall be taken, and the other
eagles alCo be gathered together. 29
Immediately alter the tribulation of leCc : Watch therefore, for ye kndw
thoCedays, (hall the fun bedarkned, not what day the Lord cometh. 43
and the moon (hall not give its But know this, that if the
and the furs fhall fall froru mafter of the houfe had known in
light,
heaven, and the powers of the hea what watch the thief would come,
vens (hail be (hiken. 30 And then he would have watched, and would
ihall appear the fign of the Son of not have fuffered his houfe to be
who is in the heaven?,ard .he-n broken up. 44 Therefore be ye
(hall all the tribes of the land alfo ready for in fuci an hour as

.mourn, and they (hall Cee the Son you think no:, the Son of man
of maji coming upon the clouds of cometh, 45 For who is a faithful
heaven, with great power and glory and wife Cervan^, whom the Lord
.

31 And he (hall Cend his angels hatb
made ruler over
According to Matthew.
to give them meat in feafon ?
46 hour. 14 As a man travelling
a
Bleffed is that fervant, whom his broad, called his own fervams and
Lord when he cometh, (hall find fo delivered unto them his goods.
15
doing. 47 Verily I fay unto you, And unto one he gave five talents,
that he (hall fet him over all hi* to another two, and to anorherone,
to every one according to his a-
goods. 48 But and
if that evil fer

vant (hall fay in his heart, My Lord bility, and ftraightway took his
delayeth to come. 49 And (hall Journey. 16 Then he that had re-
ceived the five talents, went and
begin tofmite his fellow fervanrs, I

and (hall cat and drink with the traded with them and
j
gained other
drunken. 50 The Lord of that five talents. 17 And likewife he
j

fervant day when, that had received the two talents,
(hall come in a
he lookech not for him, and in an! he alfo gained other two. 18 Buc
hour that he knoweth not. And he that had received one, digged
fhall cut him in funder, and in the earth and hid his lords
ap money;
Alter a long time, the lord
point his
portion with the hypo 19 ot"

crites : there (hall be weeping and thofe fervams cometh, a nd reckoneth

gna(hingof teeth. with them. 20 And fo he that had
XXV. Then (hall the
kingdom received
five talents, came and
of the heavens be likened unto ten brought other five talents,
faying*
virgins, who took their own
lamps, Lord,
thou delivered^ unto me five
and went forth to meet the bride talents : behold, I have gained be-
groom and bride, z. And five of (ides them five talents more. 21
them were foolifh and five wife. 3. His lord faid unto him, Well done,
They were foolifli took their
that thou good and faithtul fervant ; be-
and took no oyl with them caufe thou haft been faithful overs
lamps,
in their vcfiels. 4 But the wife few things, I will fet thee over many
took oyl with their $ things : enter thou into the joy of
lamp*.
But while the bridegroom tarried, thy Lord, 22 He alfo that had re
they allflumbered andflept. 6 And ceived two talents, ca-T.e and faid,
at
midnight there wai a cry made Lord, thou delivered unto me two
Behold, the bridegroom ! goyeou: talents behold, 1 have gained two :

to meet him. 7 Then all thefe other talents. 23 His lord faid un
to him, Well done,
virgins arofe, and trimmed their good and faith*
lamps. 8 And the foolifli faid un. ful fervant ; thou haft been faith
to the wife, Give us of your ful over a lew I will fet
oyl, things,
for our lamps are
gone out. 9 But thee over many things ; enter thou
the wife anfwered, Noc fo. into the joy of thy lord. 14 Then
faying,
left there be not
enough for us and
he who had received theonecalentj
you: Go ye rather to them thacfeli, came and faid,Lord, I knew that
and buy tor your felvcs. 10 And thou aic an hard man, reaping
while they went to buy, the bride where thou haft not fown, and
groom carhe, and they thac were gathering from whence thou ha(t
ready, went in wichhim to the mar not (Irafwed 25 And I was afraid,
:

and wen: and hid thy talent in the
1

riage feaft, and the door was fhut.
Jf Airerwaids earne alfo the other earth lo, there thou haft thy talent,
I .

Virgins, faying, Lord, Lord, open 16 Hi lord anfwered and faid un-
to u ii B T he anfwered and :o him, Thou wicked and (loathful
(
.

ftid, Verily I fay unto you, I know servant, rhou knewtit that I
1

reap
you not. 13 Warch therefore, fcr -vheie 1 lowed and ga-rer
no.,
je know ntichcr iLc ch i.or cu where 1 havener (Iravuti: 2-7 Tnotr
According to Matthew*
oughteft therefore
to have put m hand) Depart from me, ye curfed,
money to the exchangers, and the into eternal fire, which my Father
ar my coming I (houidhave rccciv hath
prepared for the devil and hit
cd mine own with ufury. z8 Tak angels. 41 For I was an hungred,
therefore the talent irom him, an and ye gave me no meat : 1 was
give it unto him who hath the fiv thirlly, and ye gave no drink: 43
talents* 19 For unto him that hat
ftranger, and ye took me
I was a

(hall be
given, and he (hall have a not in: naked, and ye clothed me
bundance but of him that bat
: not tick, and in prifon, and ye
:

not {hall betaken away, even tha vifited me
not. 44 Then (hall
they
which he hath. 30 And cafl y anfwer, faying, Lord, When faw
forth the unprofitable fervant int we thee an hungred, or athirft, or
outer darknefs: there (hall b a
ftranger, or naked, or tick, or in
weeping and gnafhing of teeth nifon, and did not minifier unto
3 1. When the Son of man (hall com hee . 45 Then (hall he anfwer
glory, and all the angel
in his
fay unto
hem, faying, Verily I
with him, then (ball he lit ou, In as much as ye have not
upon
the throne ot his
glory. 31 Am done it to one ot the leaft of thefe,
before him fhall be gathered all na e have not done it 10 me.
46 And
tions ; and he fhall feparate them hefe (hall
go away into eternal pu-
one from another, as a fhepherd di n fhment : but the
righteous into
videth his
fheep from the goats : 33 ternal life.
And he (hall fet the fhtcp on his XXVI. And it came to pafs,
right hand, but the goats on the when Jcfus had finifted all thefe
left. 3 4 Then (hall the king fay ayings, he faid unto the difciplej.
unto them on hij right hand, Come, Ye know that after two days ii
ye bleded of my Father, inheric he paflbver, and the Son of man
the kingdom preparedyou from for betrayed to be crucified. 3
the foundation of the World. 3$ hen alfembled together the chief
For I was an hungred, and ye gave and the elders of the peo-
riefts,
me meat t I was thirfty, and ye le, unto the palace of the high

gave me drink I was a :
ftranger, licit, who was called Caiphas. 4
and ye took me in 5 6 Naked* and
: nd confulted that they might take
ye clothed me ; I was lick, and ye efus by deceit, and kill him. <?

vifued me : I was in priibn, and >c
ut they faid, Not on the feaft, left
came unto me. 37 Then fhall the icre he an
uprore among the peo-
righteous anfwer him , faying,
e. 6 Now when Jefuswas in
Lord, when faw we thee an cthany, in the houfe of Simon
hungred, and fed thee ? or ie
leper, 7 There came unto him
thirfty, and gave thee drink? 38 woman having an alabailer-box of
When faw we thee a ftranger, and :ry precious ointmentj and pour-
took thee n and naked, and it on his head, as he fat. 8 But
!

clothed tkee ? 39 Or when faw when the difciplcs faw /f, they had
we thee tick, or in piifon, and indignation, faying, To what pur-
tame unto thee? 40 And the King pofe is this wafte ? 9 For it mighc
iball anfwer, and fay unto them, have been fold for much, and given

Vrily I fay unto you, In as much to the poor. 10 When Jefus un*
as ye have done it unto one of the derftood /:, he faid unto them, Why
Kaft of thefe my brethren, ye have trouble ye the woman ? for (he
dons it unto me. 42, Then (hall hath wrote a good work upon me*
he fay alto unco them on the lef: u
For ye have the poor always
with
According to Matthew.
wuh you, but me ye have not ifciples, and
Take, eat 5
faid,
always. 12 For Ihe hath his
my 27 And he tdok
body.
cup, and gave thanks, and
e
poured this ointmenconmy body,
and ftie did it for my burial; 1 3 Ve ave it 10 them,
faying, Drink ye
rily I fay into you, Wherefoever 11 of it 28 For this is my
:

this gofpel (hall be preached in the lood of the new covenant, which
whole world, (hall alfo this, that fbed for many for the remil-
this woman hath done, be told on of fins. 29 But I
fay un-
for a memorial of her. 14 Then you, that I will not drin&
one of the twelve, called Judas enceforth of this fruit of the vine,
Scarioth, went unto the chief priefh, ntil thatday when I drink it new
15 And Taid unto them, What
you in my -fathers Kingdom, tith
will ye give me, and I will deliver o And when they
hadfung an
him unto you? And they covenanted ymn, they went out into the
with him for thirty pieces of Silver. mount of Olives. 31 Then faith
1 6 And from that time he fought efus unto them, All ye will beScan-
opportunity to betray him unto them. alized becaufe of me
night : this

17 Nowthefirft dy of unleaven or it written, I will (mice the
is

ed bread, the difciples came to icpherd, and the fhcep of the
Jefus faying, Where wilt thou that ock will be fcattered abroad. 31
we {ball prepare for thee to eat the tat after Iam rifen a gain, I will
paffover? 18 And he faid, Go into
o before you into Galilee. 3 3 Pe-
the city to fuch a one, and fay un er aniwered and faid unto him,
to him, The matter faith, My time hough all men {hall be fcanda-
is at hand ;
I
keep the paffb-
will zed becaufe of thee, I will never
ver at thy houfe with my difciplee. e fcandalized. 34 Jefus faid unto
19 And the difciples did as Jefus im, Verily I fay unto thee, thac
had ordered them, and they made lis
night before the cock crow, thou
ready the paflbver. 2,0. Now wilt deny me thrice. 35 Peter
when the even was come, he fat aid unto him, Though I fhould
down with the twelve, 2,1. And ie with thee, yec will t in n
as they did eat, he faid, Verily 1 wife deny thee. Likewise alfo faid

fay unto you, that one of you wil 11 the difciples. 36 Then coroetra
betray me. 2 a And they were ex efus with them unto a place call
ceeding forrowful, and began every ed Gethfamanei and faith unto bis
"

one of them to fay, Lord, is it I difciples,
Sit ye here, while I go*

2.3 And
he anfwered and faid and pray yonder. 37 And he took
He that dippeth his hand with mein with him Peter, and the
two fons
the dSfh, the fame will betray me of Zebedee, and began to be for
2.4 Therefore the Son of man rowful, and very heavy. 38 Theft

goeth as it is written of him : bu faith he unto them,
foul is ex My
wo unto that man by whom th ceeding forrowful even unto*
Son of man is betrayed : it hac death : carry ye here and warch
good on this account for tha
be*rn with me. 39 And he came a lit
man it he had not been born. tlefurther^, and fell on his face$
15 Then Judas, who bmaye and prayed, faying, O my Father^
him, anfwered, and faid, MaOer if it be roffible, let this
cup paf$
if it I ? He faid unto him, Tho from me ; neverthelefs, ro: as I
hafi faid. 2.6 And as they wer will, but as thou 91 It. 40 And he

ea/ing, Jefus took bread, arid ble comerh unto his difciple. ,
and
fttd, *nd brake; and gave to tl:e[fi-de,h thn afkepj and faith
According to Matthew.
Peter, Could ye not thus watch aid Jcfus to the multitudes, Arfe
with me one hour ? 41 Watch r
c come as
againft
a thief with
and pray, that ye enter not into "words and ftaves to rake me ? I

temptation . the indeed it at daily with you teaching in the
fpirit

willing,
but the is weak- temple, and ye laid no hold
fleih

41 He went away again the fecond on me. $6 But all this hath been
time, and prayed, laying, O
my done, that the fcriptures of the
Father, if this cup rr.ay not pafs a- prophets might be fulfilled. Then
way, except I drink it, thy will all the difciples forfook him, and
be done, 4$ and when he came fled. 57 And they that had laid
again he found them aiieep: tor hold on Jefue, led him away to
their eyes were heavy. 44 And Caiphas the high prieft, where
he them, and went away again,
left the icribcs and the elders were af-
and prayed, faying the fame words. ferabkd. But Peter followed
<$8

45 Then cometh he to his difciples, him afar unto the hign prieils
ofi,
and faiih unto them,Sleep on now, palace, and went in, and fat with
and take your reft ; behold, the the fervants to fee the end* 59
hour is at hand, and the Son of Now the chief priefts, and all the
man is betrayed into the hands of council, fought talfe witnefs againft
finncrs, 46 Rife, let Uo be
going : to put him to death. 60
behold, he is at band that doth But found it not :yea, and when it

.betray 47. But while he yet many falfe witneiles came they
me.
fpake, lo, Judas one of the twelve found it not. At the laft came two
came, and with him a great mul ialfe witneiles 61 And faid
titude withfwords and iUvesfrom we have heard this man fay, I am
the chief priefts and eiders of the able to deftroy the temple of God j
people. 48 Now he that betrayed and to build it in three days. <5z

him, gave them a fign, faying, And the high prieft arofe, and faid
\Vhomfoever I fhall kite, that ftme unto him, Anfwereft thou nothing ?
is he, .hold him faft* 49 Anc what do thefe witnefs again ft thee <

forthwith he came to Jefus, and 63 But Jefus held his peace. The
laid, Hail matter ; and kiiTed him.
high prieft therefore anfwered and
^0 And Jefus him, faid wnto him, I adjure the by the
faid unto
Friend, wherefore art thoo come ? living God, that thou tell us, whe
Then came they and laid hands on ther thou be the Chrift, the Son of
Jefus and took him. 5 1 And be God. 64 Jefus faith unto him,
hold one of them who were with Thou haft faid i moreover I fay
Jefus, ftretched out his hand, and unto you, that hereafter fhall yc
drew his fword, and flruck a fer- fee the Son of man fitting on the
vant of the high priefts, and fmote right hand of power, and coming
.off his ear. 52 Then faid Jdug in the clouds of heaven. 65 Then
unto him, Put up again thy fword he high prieft rent his clothes*
i

jnto its place they that faying, He hath fpoken blafphemy ;
: for all

take the fword, fhall periftj with what further need have we of wit-
ihe fword. 53 Or thinkelt thou nefies ? behold, now ye have heard
ihat I cannot now pray to my Fa- hib blafphemy. What think ye ? t>6

give They all anfwered and faid, He
jther, and he IbaH prefemly is

jne more than twelve legions of guilty of death. 67 Then did they
angels? 54 Eu: how then fhall fpit in his face, and buffet him ; and
tfhe fcripturcs be fulfilled, t-hat thus others fmote him with the palms
it muft be i 3
In jhat u.we hour of tbfir hands*
<
$8 Saying, Pro-
According to Matthew.
pheiie unto us, thou Chrift, who bury (hangers in; 8 Wherefore
is he thac fmote thee ? 69 Now that field was called, Echelde-
Peter fac without in the
palace mach thac is . The field of blood un
and damfel came unco him, fay to this day.
a z Then was fullfU
ing, Thou
alfo wart with Jefus of ed that which was
fpoken by Jere
Galilee. 70 But he denied before my the prophet, faying, And they
them all faying, I know not nor cook the thirty pieces of filver, the
underftand what thou fayft. 71 price of him thac was valued, whom
And when he was gone ouc into they of the children of Ifrael did
the porch, another maid faw him, value ; 10 And gave them foe
and faid unco them chat were there, the potters field, as the Lord ap-
This man was with Jefus of Na pointed me. 11 And Jefus (lood
zareth, 7* And again he denied before the governor ; and the go
with an oath faying I do not know vernor asked him, faying, Art thou
the man. 73 And a little afcer the
Kingof the Jews ? and Jefus
came unto him they thac flood by, faid unto him, Thou fayft. it And
and faid to Peter, Surely thou art when he was accufed of the chief
one of them, for thy fpeech re- priefts and elders, he anfwered no
ferables t heir s.
^
Then began
he to curfe and to tVear, I know
thing, 13 Then laich Pilate unto
him, Heareft thou not how many
not the man. And immediately things they witneis againft thee ?
the cock crew. 7$ And Peter re- 14 And he anfwered him not one
membred the word of Jefus, who word, infomuch that the governor
faid, Before the cock crow, thou marvelled greatly. 15; Now at the
wilt deny me thrice. And he went feaft the governor was wont to re-
out, and wept bicterly. leafc unco the
People one prifoner,
XXVII. And when the morning whom they would. 16 And they
was come, ail the chief priefts and had then a noted prifoner, called
elders of the made a coun
people Barabbas. 17 But when they were
cil
againft put him to gathered togather. Pilate faid un
Jefus to
death, z And when
they had co them, Whom
will ye that I FQ-
bound him, they led him away, leafe unto you ? Barabbas, or Jefus,
and delivered him to Pontius Pilau- who is called Chrift ? 1 8 For he
3 Then Judas who knew that for envy they had de
the governor.
had betrayed him, when he faw livered him. 19 When he was fac
that he was condemned,
repented down on the Judgment-feat, hi$
himfelf, and brought again the wife fentunto him, faying, Have
thirty pieces of filver to the chief chou nothing to do with that righte
priefts and elders ; 4 Saying, I ous one, for I have fuffered many
have finned, in thac I have betrayed hings this day in a dream, becaufe
righteous blood. And they faid, of him. 10 But the chief priefts
What // that to us? fee thou to and elders perfwaded the multitude
that. 5 And he ca.ft down the pieces chat theyfiiould ask Barabbas, and
of filver in the temple, and de deftroy Jefus. zi The governor
parted, and went and hanged him anfwered and faid unto them.
felf. 6 And the chief priefts took Which of the two will ye chat I re-
the pieces of filver and faid, Ic is you ? They faid, Ba
eafe unto
not lawful to put them into the zz Pilate faith unco then*
rabbas.

treafury, becaufe it is the price oi What (hall we do, then with
blood. 7 And they took counfel Jefus, who w called Chrift? They
3n.4 potters ?, to
fay 3 Let liim be crucified.
According to Matthew.
the governor faid, What evil there two thieves crucified wich
then hath he done ! But they cried him : one on the right hand, and
out the more, faying, Let him be another on the left. 39 And
crucified. 2-4 When Pilate raw they that palled by, reviled him,
that he could prevail nothing, but
wagging their head , 40 And fay
that rather a tumult was made, he
ing,
wo . Thou thac deftioycli the
took water, and wafhed his hands che
temple, and buildeti it in three
before the multitude, faying, I am days, fave thy felf if thou be the
innocent of the blood of this man, Son of God, and come down from
you fhall fee (9 it. 15 Then che crofs. 41 Likewife alfo the
anlweredall the people, and faid, Scribes and Pharifees, mocking him,
His blood h on us, and on our aid, 41 He faved othert, him-
children. 16 Then releafed he fdf he cannoc fa,ve : lee him now
Earabbas unto them: and when he comedown from the crofs and we
had fcourged Jefus he delivered him will believe him. 45 Ifhettufied
to them thac they might crucifie God let him deliver him
him. 2,7 Then the foldiers of the now if he will have him: for be

governor took Jefus into the com raid, I am the Son of God. 44
mon hal], and gathered unto him The thieves alfo who were crucified
the whole band. 2,8 And they with him, cait the fame in his teeth.
flripped him of his clothes, and 43 Now from the fixth hour
put on him a purple garment and there was darknefs overall the land
3 fcarlet robe. 2,9 And when they unto the ninth hour. 46 And a-
Jiad platted a crown of thorns, bout the ninth hour Jefus cried with

they put if on his head, and a reed a loud voice, faying //, //,
in his right hand : and they bow. Zaphtbar.i ? that is to fay, My God,
ed the knee before him, and mock my God why haft thoij forfaken me ;
ed him, faying, Hail, king of the 47 Some of them that flood there,
Jew*. 30 And they fpit upon him, when they heard that, faid, This
and took (he reed, and (mote him man callerh for Elias. 48 And
on the head. 3 And when they had ftraightway one of them ran, and
1

mocked him, chcy took the robe off (took a fpunge, and filled it witij
from him, and put his own raiment vinegar, and put if on a reed, an<

j

pn him, and led him away to era- gave him to drink. 49 The reft
cifie him. 32,. And as they came faid, Let him alone, let us fee
our, they found 3 man of Gyrene, whetherI Elias will come and
Simon by name coming to meet him: lave him. 50 Jefui when he had
him they compelled to take his crofs. cried again with a loud voice,
And when they were come un. yielded! up the ghoft. 51 And be-
ro the plac.e Golgotha, that is to hold,the vail of the temple was rent

fay, the place of afcull, 34 They in two from the top to the bottom,
gave him vinegar to drink, mingled and the earth did quake, and the.
with gall : and when he had tailed rocks were rent. 52, And the
he would not drink. 35 and they graves were opened, and many
crucified him,, and parted his
gar- bodies of faints
which fl,epc were
rnents, cafting a lotr 36 And fit raifed, 53 And came oat of the
ting down, they watched hiiji graves after his refurredion, and
there: 37 And fet up over his went into the holy city, and ap
head his accufa-Jon written, THIS peared unto many. 54
Now when
IS JESUS THE KING OF the centurion, and they thac wer$
THE JEWS, 31 Then were with him, Jefus, faw thq
wa,ichrng^
According to Matthew.
tor an
parthqnake, and chofe things that angel of the Lord defcend
were done, they feared greatly ed from heaven, and came and rol
thii was the Son of led away the (tone, and fac upon
faying, Truly ic.

God. 55 And many women were 3 His countenance was like
light-
there beholding afar off which fol- ning , and his raiment white as
lowe.fl Jefus froooGalilee; miniftring fnow. 4 And for fear of him the
unto him. 56 Among whom
was keepers did (hake, and became as
Mary Magdalene, and Mary the dead. 5 And the angel anfwered
mother of Jamss and of Jofeph, anc and faid unto the women, Fcarnoc
the mother ofZebedee s children. ye : for I know that ye feek Je(us
f
57 W.len the even was come, there who was crucified. 6 He is noc
came a rich man of Arimathea, here : for he is rifen, as he faid :
named Jofeph, who alfo himfelf corne fee the place where the Lord
was Jefus difciple : 58 He went lay. 7 And go quickly and tell
to Pilate, and begged the body of his
difciples that he is rifen ; and
Jefus then Pilate commanded the behold, he goeth before you into
:

body to be delivered. 59 And Galilee, there lhall ye fee hm ; I
when Jofeph had taken the body, have told you. 8 And they de
he wrapped it in a clean linen parted quickly from the
fepulchre,
cloth, 60 And laid it in his own with fear and great joy, and did run
new tomb, which he had hewn OIK o bring his difciples word. 9 And
in the rock and he rolled agrea betiold, Jefus met them, faying HaiL
:

ftone to the door of the fepulchre And :hey came, and held him. by
and departed. 61 And there wa che feet, and worfhipped him. 10
Mary Magdalene, and the othe Then faid Jefus unto them. Be noc
Mary, over againft the fe
fitting
afraid :
go cell my brethren thac
pulchre. 62, Now
the next da they go intoGalilee, and there (hall
that followed the day of the prepa ye lee me. 1 1 Now when they
ration, the chief priefts and Phari were going, behold, fome of the
feescame together unto Pilate, 6 watch came inco the city, and re
Saying, Sir, we remember tha lated unco the chief prieftsall the
fhat deceiver faid, while he was ye things that were done, iz And
alive, tha: after three days I wi] when they were afembled with the
rife. 64 Command therefore cha elders, and had taken counfel, they
the fepulchre be made fure until gave large money unto the foldiers.
the third day, conleft his
13 Saying, Say ye, His difciples
difciples
fteal hi.n
<jnd
away, and fay unto came by nighr, and ftole him a way
the people, He is rifen from the while we 14 And if this be
flept.
cjead fo the Jaft error fhall
: be icard by the governor, we will
per-
worfe than the firft. 65 Pilacefaid fwade him, and fecure
you. 15 So
unto them, Ye have a watch, go hey took che
pieces of Silver, and
your way make it fure as you did as they were taught : and this
know horn to do. 66 So they faying is cornmonly reported among
went and made the fepulchre fure, he Jews until this day. 16 Then
(paling the (tone, with a watch. he eleven difciples went away in-
XXVIII. In the end of the fab o Galilee, unto a mountain where
bath, as it began to dawn towards efus had appointed them. 17 And
t|ie firft day of the week, camp
Mary when they faw him, they worfhip.
Magdalene, and the other Mary, : but fome doubted. 18 And
>ed

to fee the i And be- came, and
fepulchre. efus
fpake unto them,
there was a great
eartho^uaH? ; , AH povyer
is
given unto
According to Matthew;
e in heaven and on earth. 19 Teaching them toobferveall things
$

Go ye now and make difciples whatfoever I have commanded you :

and lo, 1 am with you alway, even
of all nations, baptizing them unto
of the unto the end of the age.
the name ot the Father, and
Ghoft 10
Son, and of the Holy
:

according to Matthew is
finijhed.
Gofpel
<fhe
Gofpel according
to John &/*.

The Gofpel according to JOHN.
CHAP. I.
for
For of
he was preferred to me.
his fulnefs have all
16,
we
the beginning was the Word, received and grace for grace. 17 Foy
INand the Word was with God,
z The
the law was given by Mofes, buc
and the Word was God. ;race
and truth by Jefus Chrift. 18
fame was in the beginning withGod. Mo one hath feen God at any time ;
3 All things were
made by ;
hir>
he only begotten Son, who is in
and withou: him was not anything he bofom of the Father, he hath
made that was made. 4 And in declared him. 19 And this is the
him was life.and the life is the light record of John, when the Jews
of men. ^ And the lighc appear- fent priefts and Levites from Jeru-
eth in darknefs, and the darknefs falem to him to ask him, arc Who
6 There And
he contdfed, and de
comprehended it not. thou ? 2,0
was a man fent from God, his name nied not ; but confeffed, I am not
was John. 7 He came for a witnefsj the Chrift. z i And they asked him,
to bear wicnefs of the light, that all
What then ? Art thou Elias ? And
him believe.
might S He he faith, I am not. Art thou the
through
was not the light, but was to bear prophet ? And he anfwered, No. ii
witnefsof the lighc. 9 He was the Then faid they unto him, Who arc
true light, which lighteth every man thou ? that we may give an anfwer
that comer.h into the world. 10 He to them that fent us what fayft :

was in che world, and the world thou of thy felf? 15 He faid I
was made by him, and the world am the voice of one crying in the
knew him not. 1 1 He came unto wildernefs, Make the way
ftraight
his own, and his own received him of the Lord, as faid the prophet
not. I- As many as received him, Efaias. 14 And they who were
to them gave he power to become Tent, were of the Pharifee?. z$
the fons of God co them thac be Arid they asked him, and faid un
;

lieve on his name were to htm,
1
3 They :
Why baptizeft thou then,
born, not of blood, nor of the will if thou be not the Chrift, norElias*
of the flefh, nor of the will of man, neither the prophet ? 16 John
but of God. 14 And the Word anfwered them, faying, I baptize
was made fiefh, and pitched his with water but there ftandethone :

tabernacle among; u^and we beheld among yoUjwhom ye know not ; 2.7
his glory, the glory as of the only He it is, who coming after me, was.
begotten of the Father,
full of
grace made before me, whofe fhoes latchec
and troth. i$ John barswitnefs I am not worthy to unloofe.
of hirn, and cried, This was he of 18 Thefe things weiedone ia
whom I
fpafce to you.
He that cometh
after me, was made before me s.
According to John.
Bethl which is interpreted a
be - Cephas,
Bcthabara .* ft
Rock. 43 Theday following, He
yond Jor
dan, where John was baptizing.
would go forth into Galilee, and
19 The next day John feeth Jefus findcih Philip ; and Jefus faith un
to him, Follow me. 44 Now Phi-
coming unto him- and faith, Behold
the Lamb of God, who taketh a lip was of Bethfaida, the city of
way the fin of the world. 30 This Andrew and Peter. 4$ Philip
is he ot whom I faid, After me findeth Nathanael, and laith unto
cometh a man, who is made be him, We have found him of whom
fore me : for he was be- Mofes did write in the law, and the
fore me. 3 1 Andl knew him prophets, Jefus ot Nazareth, the
not : but that he fnould be made fon ot Jofeph. 46 And Nathanaci
manifeit to Ifrael, therefore am faid unto him, can any good
be from Nazareth ?
baptizing in water. 3 And thing
I come z Philip
John bare record, faying, I faw the faith unto him, come and fee. 47
Spirit defending from heaven like Jefus
(aw Nathanael coming to him,
a dove, and it abode upon him. and faith of him, Behold an Ifrae-

3 3 And I knew him not but he lite indeed, in whom is no guile.
:

that fent me to baptize in water 48 Nathanael faith unto him,
he faid unto me, Upon whom fo- Whence knoweft thou me ? Jefus
ever thou (halt fee the Spirit de anfwered and faid unto him, Before
fending and remaining on him, the that Philip called thee, when thou
fame is he who baptizeth in the waft under the fig-tree, I faw thee.
HolyGhoft. 34 And lfaw,and bare 49 Nathanael anfwered and faith
record that this is the Son of God. unto him, Rabbi, thou art the Sort
35 Again, the next day, John of God, thou art the King of Ifrael,
itood, and two of his difciplcs : 36 ^o Jefus anfwered and faid un.
And looking upon Jefus as he walk to him, Becaufe I faid unto thee, I
ed, he faith, Behold the Lamb of faw thee under the fig.tree, believed
God. 3 7 And the two difciples heard thou I thou wilt fee a greater thing
him fpeak, and they followed Jefus. than theft; 5 1 And he faith unto
38 Then Jefus turned, and faw him, Verily verily I fay unto you,
them following, and faith unto
Ye {hall fee heaven opened, and the
them, What feek ye? They faid afcending and de-
angels of God
fcending upon the Son of man.
unto him, Rabbi, which is to fay,
II. And the third day there wasa.
being interpreted, Mafter, where
dwelleftthou* 39 He faith unto marriage inCana of Galilee ; and
them, Come and fee. Tisey came (the mother of Jefus was there, i And
and faw where he dwelt, and abode both Jefus was called, and his dif-
with him that day for it was a- ciples, to the marriage.
:
3 And
bout the tenth hour. 40 Now one when wine was wanting the mother
of the two which heard John, and of Jefus faith unto him, They have
followed him, was Andrew^ Simon no wine. 4 And Jefus faith unto
Peters brother. 41 He firft findeth her, Woman, whar is that to me and
his own brother Simon, and faith thee ? mine hour is not yet corns,
unto him, We have found the Me- 5 His mother faith unto the fervants t
fias, which is, being interpreted, Whufoevcr he faith uato you, da
theChrift. 41 And he 6 And thcie were fet there lix^
brought him it.
to Jefus. And when Jefus beheid (tone water pots, afcei the manner
he faid, Thou art Simon the
l>irn,
uf the purifying nf the Jews, coa-
tea of Jonas ; thowlhali be called tainingiwtf or ece,

Jeius
According to John;
7 Jefus unto them, Fill the rear it up in three days ?
faith Eiit n
water-pots with water. And they he fpake of the temple ofhisbody.
filled them up to the biim. 8 And 2.2, When therefore he was rifen
Jefus laith unto them, Draw ou from the dead, his difciples remem
now and bear unto the Reward o bred that he had faid this : and
the feafi. And they bear #. 9 they believed the fcripture,andthe
When the fteward of the feaft had word which Jefus had faid. 25
rafted the water that was made Now when he was in Jerufalem ac

wine, and knew not whence it was, the paflover, in thefeafi, many be
but the fervants who drew the wa lieved on his name, when they law
ter knew, the fteward of the fcaf the figns which he did. 14 But
called the bridegroom, 10 Anc commit himfelf unto
Jefus did not
faith unto him, Every man at the them, becaufe he knew all, 2,5

beginning doth fet forth good wine ; And needed not that any fhould
and when they have well drunk, reftifie of man : for he knew What

then that which is worfe ; But thou was in man.
had kept the good wine until ROW. III. Now there was a man of
ii This of did hePharifees, his name was Nico-
Beginning tigns
Jefus in Cana of Galilee, and ma demus, a ruler of the Jews : 2. He
nifefied his glory ; and his difciples came to Jefus by night, and faid
believed on him. n
After this, unto him, Rabbi, we know that
he went down to Capharnaum, he, thou art a teacher come from God i
:

and hit motherland his brethren, and or no one can do thefe miracles that
his difciples, and they continued thou doft,exceptGod were with him.
there not many days. 13 And Jefus anfwered and faid unco him,
thejews paflbver was nigh, and Jefus Vefily verily I fay untothee,Except
went up td Jerufalem, 14 And any one be born, from above
found in the temple thofe that fold ic cannot fee
born again, Vulg
oxen, and fheep, and dove*, and he Kingdom
the changers of money, fitting: of God. 4 Nicodemus faith unto

i$ And when he had made, as him,How can a man be born when
it were a
fcourge of fmall cords, he
he is old ? can he enter the fecond
drove them ail out of the temple, ime into his mothers womb, and
and the (beep and the oxen ; and be born ? 5 Jefus anfwered, Ve-
poured out the changers money, and ly verily 1 fay unto thee, Except
over-threw the tables ; 16 And a man be born of water and 0/the
{aid unto thern that fold dove\c ,Take 3oly Spirit, he cannot enter into
thefe hence ; And make not he Kingdom of God. 6 That
things
my Fathers houfe an houfe of mer Which is born of the fleft), ib flelh :
chandize. 17 And his
difcip!es>
ind that is born of the
which Spi-
remembred that it was written, ir; ii
fpirir. 7 Marvel not that
The zeal of thine houfe hath eaten faid unto thee, Ye muft be
toe Up. i# Then anfwered the
Jews, and faid unto him, What
Jigh (lieweft thou unro MS, that wind blcv/eth wheie it lifieth,
tnou doft thefe thing* ? 19 Jefus id thou heareft the found thereof*
nfwered and faid unto them, De- out canlt not tell whence it comer h,
ilrby this temple,dnd in three days I whit-hef it poech : fo is every
r

fc-ill raife it
up. io Then faid the ne that is bom ct the Spiru. 9
-Jews, Forty and fix years has this sHcodemus anfwered and faid unto
tittle been built, and wilt thou vsn, Kow can thvfc things be $
According to John;
!o Jefus anfwered and faid unto him caft into prifon. there
Art chou a mafte/ of Ifrae), anc arofe a queflion between feme
knowctt not thefe things ? n
Verily Johns diiciples and the Jew*, abouc
verily I fay untothee, We fpeak that purifying. 26 And they came un
we do know, and teitifie that we to John, and faid unto him ,
havefecn ; and ye receive not our Rabbi, he that was with thee
teitimony. 12 If I have told you beyond Jordan, to whom thou
earthly thing?, and ye believe nor, witnefs, behold, Hebap-
>areft

how fhall ye believe if I (hall tell izeth, and all come to him. 27
you heavenly things? 13 And no [ohn anfwered and faid, A man
one hath alcended up to heaven, but can receive nothing, except it be
he that came down fro.n heaven, pven him from heaven, 28 Ye
the Son of man who is in heaven. four felves bear me witnefs, thac
14 And as Mofes lifted up the fer- faid, I atb not the Chriit. but thac
in the wildernefs, even fo mud arn tent before him. 29 He thac
pent
the Son of man be lifted up 15 : iath the bride, is the bridegroom :

Tha: every one who beiieveth in of the bridegroom,
ut the friend

him, fhould not periifi, but have who ftandeth and heareth him, re-
eternal life. 16 For God hath fo oyceth greatly becaufe of the
loved the world, that he hath given ridegrooms voice : this my joy
his only begotten Son, that every hereforeis fulfilled. 30 He muftin-
one who beiieveth on him, fhould reafe, but I fnuft be diminiiheci, 3 1
not perifh, buc have eternal life, 32 But he that cometh from above,
17 For God fent not his Son unto is above all he that is of the earth, :

the world to
judge the world ; but is of the earth, and fpeaketh of the
that the world
through him might earth. He that cometh from heaven,
be faved. 1 8 He that beiieveth on teftifyeth, what he har,h feea
him {hall not be Judged but he and heaid, and no one receiveth
:

that beiieveth not, is
judged already, histeftimony. 33 He that hath re
bccaufe he hath not -believed on ceived his teftiiTiony, hath fet ccf
the name of the only
begotten Son his feal, that God is true. 34 For
of God. 19 And this is the judge- he whom God hath fent, fpeaketh
ment, that light is come inio the the words of God for God giveth :

world, and men loved darknefs him not the Spirit by meafure. $$
father than
light,
because their The Father loveth the Son, and
deeds were evil. 20 For every one hath given all things into his hand.
things hateth the 36 That he who beiieveth on the
that doth evil

light, nekher cometh to the light, Son, may have eternal life Btii :

kit deeds ihould be reproved by
his he that beiieveth not the Son, fhall
the light, zi But he "that doth not fee life ; but the wrath of God
truth, cometh to the light, that
rm abideth on him.
deeds may be made IV. When therefore the lord
manifcft, that
they are wrought in God. 22 Af Jefus knew how the Pharifees h ad
ter thefe
things came Jefus and hU heard that Jefus roade and baptized
difciples
into the land of Judea, and i)oi e difciples >than John, 2,

ihere he tarried with them, and Though Jefus hirnfelf baptized not,
baptised. ^3 And John alfo was but the difciples 3 He left ths
baptizing in Enon, near to Salim land of Judea, and departed agziri
;

becaufe there was rr.uch water into Galilee. 4 And he miift needs
litre: and they came, and v?ere go
thiough Samaria, $ He cornechi
d, 14 For John waf not yit t fieri to i t\\% tl Saraferfitfj vi-bilS
According to John
parcel place where men ought to
if called Sychar, near to the
of ground that Jacob
gave to his zi Jefus fai h unto her, Woman,
fon Jofeph. 6 Jacobs wellNow believe me, the hour comerh when
wa>

there/ Jefus therefore being weari ye ihall neither in thii mountain,
ed with the journey, fat thus on nor yet at Jerufalcm
worfhip the
the welland it was the fixch Father, 2i Ye
worfnip ye know
:

hour. There comet h a woman not what : we know whac we
7
of Samaria to draw water ; Jefus
vorftiipjior falvation is ol the Jew*.
faith unto her, Give me jto drink. a 3 But the hour
cometh, and now
8 FW his difciples were when the true vvorlhippersihall
gone
unto the city to buy provilions. 9 worfhip the Father in
fpirit and in
Then faith the woman of Samaria ruth : for the Father feekerh fuch
unto hfa)) How K ic that thou
being
o V7orfhip him. 2^4 God is a
a Jew, drink of me, a wo Spirit, and they tha t
worfhip hinr,
man oi Samaria ? ro Jefus anfwer mud worfhip in fpirit and in truth.
ed* andYaid unto her, If thou knewed
z? The woman faith unto him,
the gift of God, andwho he is tha know that Mefiras comerh
faith to Give me to drink , Who it called Chrid ; when he
thee,
thou would have asked him, and he fhall come, he will tell us all
would have given thee living wa things. i6 Jefus faith unto her, I
ter. 1 1 The woman faith unto tha; fpeak unto thee, am he. 2.7
him, Sir, thou haft no bucket and And Upon this came his
difciples,
the well is deep ; Whence hall and marvelled that he talked wirh
thou that the woman yet no one faid to
living water ? iz Art :

thou greater than our father Jacob, him, What feekeft thou ? or, Why
*ho gave us the well, and drank talked thou -with her ? 18 The
thereof himfelf, and his children. vfroman then lelther waier por,and
and cattle ?
15 Jefus anfwered went aWay into theci:y, and fairli
end unto her, Whofoever to the men,
faid 29 Come, fee a man
(drinkcth of this water will third who told me all
things that ever
again; 14 But whofoever fhall [ did: is not he the Lhrid ? 30
drink of the water that I fhall And they went ou of the city,
give
5*!m, will never came unto him.
third : bit the and 5
1 In the
water that I him, will mean while his difciples
Iball give prayed him,
be in him a fountain
of water faying, Matter, eac- 31 But he
fpringing up into eternal life. 15 faid unto them, I have meat to eac
The woman faiih unto him, Sir, that ye know not of. 33 There
ive me this water, that I rriay no fore faid the difciplcs among thern-
thij-fl, nepfesf-come hither to draw Hath any man, brought him felves,
56 Jg-fuj faith unto her, Go, cal ought to eat ? 34 Jefus faith unto
fhy husband, and come hither. 17 them, My food h that I may do the
The woman anfwered and faid, will of him that fent me, and finifh
]

jr(ave no husband. Jefus faid unto his Work, jf Say not ye, There
her, Thou had well faid, thou haf are four month*, and fhsn cometri
jnohuiband: 8 For thou halt had harved ? behold,
fay unto you*
1 I

$ve husbands, and he whom thou Life
up your eyes 5 and look on the
piow had is not thy husband in :
fields; for they are already white to
fhat faid ft thou harved. $6 He that reapet
truly. 19 The wo
$nan faith unto him, Sir, I perceive wages, and ga hsreth fruit unto
jhac thou art a prophet. 10 Our ife eternal f that both he that
fathers worfhippsd in rbis mountain, and he that reapcth, may
and &*$ isj Jtp*$Jtaj i^th(repvce toother. 3-7 And herein.
m
According to John.
is that /ay ing true, One
fowcth, began to amend : and theyfai4 .un
and another reapeth. 38 I Tent to him, Yeiierday ac the feven-h
you to reap: Ye beHowed no la- hour the (ever left him. 53 So
Dour: other men laboured, and
yejchc father knew that it to At ac the
are entred into their labours. 39 fame hour, in the which Jcfus fiid
Andmany of:he Samaritans of that junto him, Thy fon livech ;and him-
ciry believed on him, for the word! felf believed, and his whole houfe,
of rhc woman which teftified, He! 14 This
again is the fecond miracle
told me ail that ever I did. 40 So|jefus did when be was come
when the Samaritans were come out of Judea into Galilee.
unco him, they befoughc him that V. After this there wa& a fcaft
he would abide with them ; and of the Jews, and Jefus went
up to
he abode there two days, 41 And Jerufalem. i Now there is at
rrany more believed becaufe of hb Jerufalem by the fheep market aI

own word 42, And faid unto the poo!, which is called in the Hebrew
:

We do not now believe
fae
tongue Belzetha , having five
catife thy testimony ; for we clojtters.
of 3 In thefe lay a multi
have heard him our felves, and tude of impotent talk, blind, hale,
know that this is indeed the Chrift. withered; paralyticks
waiting for
the Saviour of the world. 43 Bur die
moving of the water. 5 But a
after iwodayshe departed thence, man was there, who hacj lived
into Galilee: For Jefus himfelt thirty and eight years in his infir
44
teftified, that prophet hith no mity.
a 6 When Jefus fiw him lie,
honour in his own
country. 45 and knew that he had been now *
Then when he was come into Ga long cime fo, he faith to him, Wilt
lilee, the Galileans received him, chou be made whole ? 7 The im
having feen all the things thac he potent man faith to him, Sir, I have
did at Jerufalem at the feaft : for not a rnan, when the wa<er is trou
they alfo went unto the feaft. 46 bled to put me into the pool ; but
So he came again intoCaua ofGa while I am coming, anoint-- Hep-
lilee, where he made the water pet h down before me. 8 Jefus
wine. But there was a certain no (aith unto him, Rife,and take up rhy
ble man, whole fon was fick at couch and walk. 9 And the man thac

Caphanaum. 47 When he heard was made whole, rofe up, and took
that Jefus was come out of Judea and on
up his couch and walked :

into Galilee, he went unto hiui, and that day was the fabbath. And the

befought him that he would come Jews faid unto him that was cured,
down, and heal his fon for he Ic is the fabbath -day ; it is not law
:

was ac the point of death. 48 ful for thee to take up thy couch.
Therefore faid Jefus unto him, Ex n
He anfwered them, He thap
cept ye fee
(igns and wonders made me whole, the fame faid unto
ye will not believe. 49 The no me, Take up thy couch and walk.
bleman faith unto him, Sir, come ii They asked him : What man is
down ere the child die. $o Jefus he who faid unto thee, Take up
faith unto him, Go , thy fon thy couch and walk ? 13 He thac
liveth. And the man believed the was infirm knew not who ic was;
word that Jcfus had fpokcn unto for Jefus had conveyed hjmfett a-
him; and he went. And as he way, a multitude being in ths
was now going down, his fervants place* 14 Afterward Jefus findeto
met him, and told him. faying, that him in the temple, and faid unto
Thf fon liveth, Then enquir-|him, Behold, tjjoq art made whole;
<* ,
,

ftj b$ of cbfm ffcf
R when he si>

F-a fin
According to John.
jL*n no more, left * worfe thing which ail that are in the graves
come unco thee. 15 The man (hall hear his voice. 2.9 And (hall
therefore departed, and told the come forth ; they that have done
Jews that ic was Jefus who had good, unto the refurreclion at life;
made him whole. 16 And there- and they thac do evil, unto the re-
iore did the Jews perfecute Jefus, iturreftion of condem nation. 30 I
frecaufe he had done thefe things on can of mine one felt do nothing : as I
!

the fabbath. 17 But Jefus anlwer- hear, I judge: and rny jndgtnenc
j

pd them, My father worketh hithtr- is ju(i ; becaufe I feek no: mine own
to, and 1 work. xS The Jews will, but the will of him thac fenc
therefore the more fought to kill me. 31 If I bear witneis of my
him, becaufe he not only had bro- felf, my \yicnefs is not true. 51
Jcen the fabbath, but faid alfo that There is another that beareth wit-
j

God was his Father, making him- nefs of me, and ye kno.v that hit
felf
equal with God. 19 Then tedimony which he witr.efleth of
anfwered Jefus and (aid unto them J me, is true. $3 Ye fenc unto John,
Verily verily, I fay unto you, The and he bare witnefs unto she truth.
Son of man cannot do any thing 34 But I receive not te(timony fiom
of bimfelf, but whathe feeth the Fa- men buc thefe things I fay, thac
j
:

ther do : for what
things foever he ye might
be laved. 35 He was a
!

(hall do, thefe alfo doth the Son and ye
burning and fhining light ;
:

likewise. zo For the Father lovethj were vvillingfora fealbn co rejoycc
the Son, and fheweth him all things in his light. 36 Bur I have a
that himfelf doth and he fheweth greater tetiimonythan
: i? of John :

him greater works than thde, ihar tor the works which the Father hath
ye may marvel, zi For as the given me to finiih the fame works
Father raifech up the dead, and that I do, bear wltnefs of me, that
quicknerh them even fo the Son my Father hath fern me.
:
37 And
qufcknerh whom he will, zz For ;he Father who ha:h fent me, he
the Father judgeth no man; himfelf beareth w^nefs of me^ Ye
buc hath given all judgment unto have neither heard his voice, nor
the Son :
zj That all fhould :ecn hi* ftiape. 38 And ye have
honour the Son, even as his word abiding in you
they honour noc
tqr :

thp Father. He that honoured whom he hath fent, him ye believe
not the Son, neither honoureth he nor. 39 Search the fcriptures, tor
the Father who hath Tent him. 24 them ye think ye have eternal
in

Verily verily I fay unto you. He life, and they are they vvh ch cefti-
heareth my word, and of rne. will no.c
thai: bc- fie 40 A,nd ye
lieverh on him that fenc me, hath come to me ye might have
e-emal life, and (hall not come in life ecernal. 41 I receive noc
to judgement ; but is
paflfed
from honour from rr/f
sn. 42 But I know
dea:h unto life. z$ Verily verily I you t that ye hftve not the lave of
fay unto you, Th,ac the hour comerh God in you. 43 I am come in my
and now is, when the dead Hull Father* n;ime, and ye receive me
hear the voice of the Son of God : not if another (hall come in his own,
:

and they chac hear lhall live. z6 name, him ye will receive. 44
For as the living Father hath life How can ye believe, who receive
and feek
hegiven to the honour one of another,
in himfelf; fq hath
Son tq have life in himfelf: z? not the honour thac is from God
And hath given him authority tq only \ 4$Do not think thac I will
execute judgement, becaufe he is accufe you to the Father : there is
the San of man. z8 Marvel not that accufeth you, Mofes, in whom
ac this : for the hoar caaieth in
ye haye tiufled.1
46 For had ye i i *

believed
According to John.
believed Mofes, ye would alfo have world. 15 When Jefus therefore
believed me : for he wrote of me. 46 perceived that the/ were about to
But if ye believe not his wr come and take him by force,to make
how&all ye believe him a king, he departed
my wor again into
VI. After thefe things Jefub a mountai hirmel alone, and
w>nt over the fea ot Galilee, unto there prayed 16 And when even
the parts of Tiberias. Bu: wa co ne, ni ddcples went down
great multitude followed him,
unto the fea. 17 And entred into
t>e-

caufe they fiw the miracles a ih p, and went to ths other fide

he did on them that were difeafcd. ot the fea to Caphan.uoi,and dark-
Jefus therefore went aw*y into nefs hid already o;ercaken them,
3
a mountain, and there he far W -th and Jefu was not come to them.
his difciples. 4 And the paffover, 1 Euc the fea was rougii, a
8
a fealt ot chejcws, was nigh. 5 greac wind blowi ig. 19. So when.
When Jefus then lift
up his eyes, they had rowed about five and
and fiw a great company come twenty, or thirty furlongs, they
unto him , unto fee Jefus walking on the fea, and
he faith alfo

Pniiip, Whence fhali w- buy bread drawing nigh unto the (hip : and
that thefe may eat ? 6 And this (hey weie afraid, zo But he fait ri
he faid to prove him for he himfelf unto them, It is I, be not afraid.
:

knew what he would do. 7 Phi ii They would therefore receive
lip anfwered him, So mwch bread
him into the and immediate fhip,
as two hundred buy ly the (hip was at tne land whicher
denarii will
is not fufficient for tnem, that went. 12, The day
every they following,
One may rake a little. 8 One of when the multitude who ftood on
of his difciples, Andrew, Simon the other fide ot the fea, faw that
Peters brother, faith unco him, 9 here was no other boat there,
There is a lad here, who hath five ave one whereinto Jefus s own dif-
barley-loves, and two fmall fifties: cipies were entred, and that Jefus
but what arc they among fo
many ? went not with his difciples into the
jo Jefus faid therefore, Make the boa!, but that his difciples were
men fit down. Now there was much gone away alone: zi Howbeic
grafs
in the place. So the men fat other boats came from Tiberia,s,
down, in number about five unto the place where they did
shou-j nigh
fand .1 r
Jefus therefore took the eat bread. 14 W;jen the multi-
ve loaves, and when he had given [tide therefore faw that Jefus was
thanks he diflributed to them that not there, neither his difcipies,they
were fet down ; and likewif* of the took boats for themfelves,and came
fifties alfo, much
they would, to Caphanaum, feeking for Jefu.
as as

ii When he faid 15 And when they had found him
they were filled,
unto his difciples, Gather up the on the other fide of the fea, they
fragments that remain, that no- faid unro him, Rabbi, when cameft
thing thereof may be !oft. 13 But ,th3u hither ? z6 Jefus anfwered them
they gathered them together, and
!
and faid, Verily verily I fay unto
filled twelve baskets with the
frag. |
you, Ye feek me; not becaufe ye
mentsof the five barley-loavesjwhich faw the figns and wonders, but be-
remained over and above, unto them : caufe ye did eat of the loaves, and
that had earen. 14 Then thofe were filled. 2,7 Labour not for
men, when rhey had feen the mira- the meat which periftieth, but for
that heqid, faid, This is that that meat which endureth unto e-
<ple

prophec chat (hbuld come into the ternal
life
y which the Son
of man
giveth
According to John.
umo him hath God we know ? how is it then that hs
you : for
the Father fealcd. 28 Then faid faich, chac I came down from
they unto him, What fhall we heaven? 43 Jefus therefore anfwer
work that we aiay do the works ot ed and faid unto them, Murmur noc
God ? 2,9 Jefus anfwered and laid among youc felves. 44 No one
unto them, This is the work of God, can come to me, except the Father
that ye may believe on him whom who hath lent me, draw him and :

he hath fent. 30 They faid there- I will raife him up at the Jaii day.
tore unto him, What (ign foewert 45 It is written in the prophets,
ihouthen, that we may fee, and be-! And they fhajl be all
taught of
lieve thee ? whatthou work ? God. Every one thac heareth, and
dolt
31 Our fathers did eat manna in hath learned ot the Father, comech
the defert as it is written, He unto me. 46 Not thac any one hath
;
gave
i hem bread from heaven 31 feen the Father, fave he who is of
to eat.
Jefus therefore faid unco them, Ve- God, he hath feen God. 47 Veri-
rily verily I fay unto you, Mofes ly verily I fay unto you, He thac
gave you noc thac bread from UUieveth on me hath eternal life. 48
heaven ; but ray Father givech you I am the bread of life. 49 Your
j

rhe true bread from heaven. 33 fathers did eat bread and manna in
For the bread ot God is he who the wildernefs, and are dead.
t
50
eometh down from heaven, and! This is the bread which cometh
giveth life unto the world. 34; down from heaven, that if a man
Then faid they unto him, Lord, eat thereof, he fhall not die.
i

51!
evermore give us this bread. 35 am the living bread which came
Jefus therefore faid unto them, I down from heaven; if therefore
am the bread of he thac cometh any one fhall eat of this bread, he
life :

to me, fhall not hunger ac all ; fhall live for ever : The bread thac
and he that believcth on me, fhall 1 will give, israyflefh, for the life
not tiurft at all. 36 But I faid un of the world. 52, The Jews there
to you, that ye a]fo have feen me, fore ftrove amontt themfelves, fay
and believe not. 37 All thac the ing, How can he give us hi flefh to
Father giveth me, will come to me; eac ? 53 Jefus therefore faid unto
and him that cometh to me, I will them, Verily verily I fay uqto you,
in no wife caft away. 38 For I Except ye take the flefh of the Son
came down from heaven, not to do of rrjan, and drink his blood, ye
mine own will, but the will of the have no life in you. 54 Whofo
father that font me. 59 And this eateth his fle(h, and drinketh hi$
is the will of him that fent me, thac bjood, hath eternal life, and I will

of all which he hath given me, I raiie him up a: the laft day. 55 For
fhould lofe nothing, but that J fhould my flefh is meat indeed. He <;6

ratfe it up again at the lad day. 40 thac eateth my flefh, and drinketh
For this is the will of my Father my blood, dwelleth jn me, and I
that fent me, thac every one who in him. As the father is in me, fq I
feeth the Son, and believeth on him, am in the father ; Verily, verily I

rnay have eternal life and I will ay qnto you unlefs ye take the
;

raife him up at the hft
day. 41 Dody of the Son ot Man as the
But the Jews murmured ac him, be- 3read of We, ye have noc life

caufe he faid, I am the biead which n him. 57 As the living Father
came down from heaven- 41 And iat}i fent me, and I live by the^ Fa-
they faid, Is not this Jefus the fon her fo he rhac taketh me, even
:

of Jofept}, wfeofe f^foer $nd he ihal} (iye by me. $3 This is
According to John.
th3t bread down from alfo may fee the works that thou,
which came
heaven not as your fathers did eat doft.
: 4 For no one doch any
manna, and are dead he thateateth thing in ftcrer, and he himfelf
:

this bread, (hall live for ever. feeketh to have ic known openly :

59 Thefe things faid he in the fyna- If thou do tbefe
things, {hew thy
gogue, as he taught in Caphanaum felt to the world. For neither5
ou the Sabbath. 60 Many therefore did his brethren believe in hiou
ot his difciples,when they had hearc 6 Jefus faith unto them, My time
it,-
faid, This is an hard
faying,
wh is not yet come : but your time is
can hear it? 61 When Jefus knew always ready. 7 The world can
that his difciples murmured at i not hate you , but me it hateth, be-
themfelves, he faid un;( caufe I teftifie of that the works
among it,

them, Doth this fcandalize you thereof are evil. S Go ye up unto
<Sa If therefore ye fhall fee the Son the fuaft : I
go not up unto this
ot man afcend up where he was be feaft, for my time is not yet full
come. 9 When he had faid thcfe
?
fore 63 Ir is the fpirit tha
quickneth, the flefh profketh no words, he himfelf abode in Galitee,
thing: the words that I have fpoken
10 But when nil brethren were
unto you, are fpirit, are life. 6* gone up, then went he alfo up un
But there are fome of you that be to the feaft, noc openly, but in
lieve not. For Jefus knew from fecret. 1 1 Then the Jews
fought
beginning, who they were tha
the him at the feaft, and faid, Where
believed nor, and who would be iahe? 12 And there was a mur
tray him. 65 And he faid, There muring among the multitude con
tore faid I unto you, that no one cerning him Some faid, He i a :

can come unto me, except it were good man others faid, No ; buc :

given unto him of the Father. 66 ne decei vet h the people. 13 How-
From this time many of his difciples beic, no one fpake openly of him,
wen: back, and walked no more for tear of the Jews. 14 Now a-
with him. 67 But Jefus faid to the bout the mid ft of the feaft, Jefus
twelve, Will ye alto go away ? 68 went up into the temple, and taught:
EtttSimcn Peter faid, Lord, to whom 15 The Jews therefore marvelled,
fhall we go ? thou haft the words faying* How knoweth tbii man let-
of eternal life. 69 And we have having not learned them.
ers, 16"

believed, and have known thee, Jefus anfwered them, and faid, My
that thou art the Holy One of God. doctrine is not mine, buc his that
70 Jefus anfwered, 17 If any one will d&
faying, Have "cncme.

not I chofen you twelve and one his will, be (hall know of the do
of you is a devil ? 71 He fpake ft rine, whether it be of God, or
of Judas Scarioih the
final Simon: I fpeak of my feif. 18 He that
lor he was to becriy him,
being peaketh of himfelf, feeketh hi*
one of the twelve. own giory bat he that feekech his :

VII. After chefs
things, Jefus lory that fent him, he is true, and
walked in would unrighteoufnefs is not in htor. 19
Galilee: for he
not walk in Judea, bccaufe the Jews Did not Mofes the law
give you
fiughc to kill him. 2, Now the nd nans of you keepeth the law 3
59 was at
fVhy do ye fee k to kill me?-
Jews of a

5 His bretheren therefore The multitude anfwered and faid,
ftid tmto him^ Depart hence, and Thou haft a daemon who feeketh- :

o kill thceS zi Jefus anfwered
Jude,,
ihat thy d fciph-iiind faid, I have done one work,
According to John.
and ye si 1 marvel at it, iz Mo- not find ine : and where I am, ye
fesgave unto you circumcifion not cannot come? 37 In rhe lafi day,
:

becaufe it is of Mofcf, but of the that great day of the feaft, Jefut
fathers : and ye on the fabbath cir- flood, and cried, faying, If any
cumcife a man. 2.3. If therefore a one third, let him come and drink.
man on the fabba:h receive circum- 3 8 He thac believeth on me, as the
cifion, that the law of Mofesfhould icripture hath faid, out of his belly
not be broken ;
how are ye angry fnall flow rivers of living water.
at me, becauie I nave perfectly 39 But thisfpake he of the Spirit,
cured a man on the fabbath ? 14 which they thai believe on him,
Judge not according to appearance. (hould receive for the
Holy Ghoft :

but judge rigtreous judgment. 15 was not yer come upon them, becaufe
Some therefore them of Jerufalem, that Jefus w3s not yet glorified;
o<

faid, Is not this he whom
they feek 40 Some of the multitude there
10 kill? 2.6he fpeaketh fore when they
But lo, heard his word,
openly, and they fay nothing unto faid, this is truly the prophet. 41
him ; do the rulers know indeed Others faid. He is the Chrift, Some
that this is the Chrift ? 2.7 But Taid, does the Chrift come out of
we know him whence he is but : Galilee ? 42, Does not the Icrip
when Chrift fhall come, no one ture fay, that the Chrift corocth of
knoweth whence he is. iS Jefus the feed of David, and out of the
therefore cryed he taught,
as in town of Bethlehem, where David
the Temple faying, Ye both know
wa ?
43 So there was a divifion
me, and ye know whence I am :
among the multitude because ofhiffl.
and I am not come of my felf, bur 44 And fome of them would have
he that fenc me is true, whom ye taken him; but no one laid hands
know not. zg But I know him, on him. 45 TLcn came the offi
for lam from him, and he hath fent cers to the chief
priefts and Phari-
me. 30 Then they fought to take fees ; and they faid unto them, Why
him but no man laid hand on
: have ye not brought him ? 46 But
hiojj becaufe his hour was not yetthe officers anfwered, Never man
come. 31 And many of the mul fpake as this man. 47 The Phari-
titude believed on him, and faid, fees anfwered them, Are
ye alfo de
Chrift when he cometh, will he ceived ? 48 Does any one of the
do more miracles than this man ulers or of the Pharifees believe on
hath done ? ^2. But the Pharifees bim ? 49 But this multitude who
heard that the multitude murmured knoweth not the law, are curfed.
concerning him and the Pharifees 50 Nicodemus faith unto them, be
:

and the chief priefts fent officers to ing one of them ; he that came to
take him. 33 Jefus therefore faid, Jelus by night, at the firfl. 51
Yet a little while I am with you, Doih our law judge a man before
and I go unto him that fent me. 34 it will hear him. and know what he
Ye (hall me, and {hail not hath done?
feek 51 They anfwered
find me and where I am, ye can and faid unto him,
: Art thou alfo of
not come. 35 The Jews therefore Galilee ? Behold the fcriptures :
faid among themfelves. \Vhrher will for cm of Galilee hath arifen no
he go, thatwe fr;a!i not find him? prophet. 55 And every one wenc
will he
go unto the diperfion of unto hii rwn houfe.
theGteeks, and teach the Greeks? VIII. Now Jefus wen: timo rhe
36 What faying is this that he mount of Olives a. And in the :

iud, Ye fliali feck me, and ihali! morning he ccmcth Pgain into the
According to
John.
tiemple, and all the people came t
am one that bear witnefs of myfelf,
him. 3 And the fcnbes and Pha and ;he Father that fent me,bearetft
rifees
brought a woman taken in wicnefs of me. 19 Therefore faid
fin, and when they had let her they unto him, Where is thy Fa
in
the mid-fi. 4 The prieils fay unto ther ? Jefus anfwered and faid un
him, tempting him, that they migh to them, Ye neither know me, nor
have to accufe him, Mafler thi my Father if ye had known me, :

was taken in adultery, in the ye fhould have known my Father
very act. $ Buc Mofes in the law alfo. 20 Thefe words he fpake
commanded, to ftone fuch women, n the treafury, as he taught in che
But what fayft rliou now ? 6 Eu: empJe and no one feiied on him^ :

Jefus looped down and with hit or his hour was not yet corrie. it
ringer wrote on the ground. 7 So Then faid he again unto them, I go.
Wien they continued asking, he life way and ye fbail feek me, and ft.a ,1
up himfelf and faid unto them, He die in your fins whither I go ye :

that ii without fin
among you, let annotcome. 2,2, The Jews there-
him fiift caft a ftone at her. 8 ore faid, Wall he kill himfelf ? be-
And again he ftooped down, and aufe he faith, Whither I go ye
wi h finger wrote
h> on the ground. annotcome. 23 And he faid un-
9 Buc every one of the Jews went o them, Ye are trom beneath, But
out,
beginning at the eideH, till am from above ye are of this :

all were
gone out and Jefus was woild, I am not ot this world. 14
:

left alone, the woman faid therefore unto you, that
being in the >

m idlt. 10 When Jefus had life up oall die in your Sins : tor if ye be-
him felf, be faid to the woman, ieve not me that I am be,
ye fhaii
Where are thofe men ? hath no ie in your fins. 25 They there-
one condemned thee ? n
And ore faid unto him, Who art thou $
(he faid to him. No one Lord. Bui efus therefore faid unto them, Even
he faid unto her, Neither do I con e that I faid unto you from the
demn thee ; go aWay, and eginning. 2.6 I have many things
from this time lin no moie. IA o fay, and to judge of you buc :

Jtfus therefore fpake again unto e that fent me is true ; and I fp*ak
them, faying, I am the of the o the world thofe things which I
light
world: he that followeth me, (hall card of him. 27 They uwcicr-
not walk in darknefs, but ihall ood riot that he faid God was his
have the light
of life, i* The at her. 28 Jefus faid unto them
1 harifees therefore faid unco him, ^ain, When ye (hali have lift up
Thou beareft record of thy felf ;
ie Son of man, then fhall ye know
thy record is noc true. 14 Jefus hat I am he ;
and I do nothing of
artfwered and faid unto them, felf; but as the Father hath
Though I bear record of my felf, aught me, I fpeakthcfc things 29
Rsjf record is true : for I know nd he that fent me, is wi;h me*
whence came, and whither I go
I ; -ie hach not left rr.e alone : for I
bat ye cannot tell whence I come^ o always thofe
things that p^eafe
or wr.iiher I go. 15 Ye judge im. he :

30 As.
fpaKe thefe woii,
af er the fiefh, I no one. 16 on him.
judge lauy believed 51 Jtfus
And yet if
judge, my judgfnen.-
I "u-iefore faid to thofe Jews" wh i
is true : lam
not alone, but 1
for te^eved on hirfl. If ye wilt
aftd he thac fent tfte. 17 It is alfo d.uinue in my word, ye ?trc
fny
ifcip)e indeed ; 32 And
written in your Jaw, rhJt th etdti. (hall
y
&tfn 6f cwd ft.$n is ciue. I >8 ;now ;hft tra .h ar.d (0 ;;&;h fluff
According to John.
make you free. 33 They anfwer-
According to John.
am the light of the world. 6 When % i But by thac means he now feeth,
he had thus fpokcn, he fpat on the we know no: ;
who hath open-
or

ground,and made clay
ot the fpittle, ;ed his eyes, we know not; he is
and he anointed his eyes with the of age, a.-k him, he (hall fpeak for
c.lay. 7 And faid, Go, wafh in the himfelf. Thefe tvords fpake his
becaufe they feared the
pool of Siloam (which
is
interpreted parents,
Sent.) He went his way therefore^ Jews: for the Jews had agreed
al

and wafhed, and came feeing. 8 ready, that if any one ihould con-
The neighbours therefore, and they fefs that he was (Thrift, he ihould
who before had feea him, that he he put out of the
fynagogue. 2|
was a Is not this he Therefore faid hi* parents, He is of
beggar, faid,
that (at and begged ? 9 Some faid, age, ask him. 2,4 They called
This is he j others, He is like him :
again him thac was blind, a iecond
He-faid himfelf, I am he. 10 There time, and faid unto him, Give God
fore laid they unto him. How then the praife : we know that this man
xvere thine eyes opened ? 1 1 He is a (jnner. z$ He anfwered there

anfwered, A man that is called Jefus, fore, Whether he be a (inner I know
made clay, and anointed mine eyes,
not one thing
: I know, that
and faid unto me,Go whereas I had been blind, now I
to Siloam.
and wafh I went therefore and fee.
; 26 They faid therefore co
waftied, and come feeing, n
Then him, What did he to thee ? and
faid they unto him, Where is he ? how opened he thine eyes? 17 But
He them, I know nor.
faid co 1
3
he faid, I have told you already,
And they bring him that aforetime and ye did not hear ; wherefore
was blind ;o the Pharifees. 14 And would ye hear it again ? will ye alfo
it was the fabbath when Jefus .Tiade be his
difcples ? 18 Butthey reviled
the clay, and
opened his eye?. 15 him, and faid Thou arc his difciple ;

Again therefore the Pharifees alfo are Mofes difciples. 2.9 We We
asked him received hi* know thac God hath fpokcn unto
how he tyad

fight.
But He unto them, He Mofcs, and that God heareth noe
faid

put clay upon mine eyes, and I (inners. As for this man, we know
waftied, and do fee. 16 There not: whence he is. 50 The man
fore faid fome of the Pharifees, anfwered and faid, Why, herein is
This man is no: of God, bccaufe a marvellous thing, thac ye know
he obterverh not the fabbath. But not whence he is, and he hath open
others faid, How can a man that is ed mine eyes. 3 1 We know thac
a tinner do fiach
figns
? And there God hearech not iinners but if any ;

was a divifion among them. 17 one be a worfhipper of God, and
They faid therefore unto the blind doth his will, him he hearech.
man, What fayft thou of him, that 3:, From the beginning it hath
he hath opened thine eyes heard that any one
? But not been
He faid, He is a prophet. 18 The opened the eyes of one thac was
Jews did not believe concerning born blind. If this roan were
him, until they called the parents not of God he could do nothing.
of him that had icceived his fighr. 34 They anfwered him, and faid,
19 And they asked them, faying, Thou waft altogether born in im$
Is this your fon, who
ye fay was and doft thou teach us S And they
|jorn blind ? how therefore doth he caft him out. 3 $ And Jefus heard thac
now fee ? 20 His parents anfwered they had caft him out i and he found

t|iem and faid, We know that this him and faid, Doft thou believe
n, ancitha,: he was bora blind* on the Son of man I ; 6 He anfwered,
According to John.
-And who is he, Lord, that I might whofe own the {heep are nor, fcctb
Relieve on him? 37 Jefus anfwered, the wolf coming, and leaveth the
Thou haft both feen
iheep, and fleeth ; and the wolf
him, and
ic is he

that talketh withthee. 38 Bathe feizerh and fcattereth the (heen, 13
faid, Lord, I believe. And he Becaule he is an hireling, and car-
worfhipped him. 39 And Jdus eth nor tor the {heep. 14 I am the
faid, For judgment I am come into good (hepherd, and know mine,
this world : that they who fee not, and mine know me. 15 As he
plight fee ; and that they who fee, Father knoweth me, even o know i

might be made blind. 40 But I rhe Father; anjd I
give my life
fome of the Pharifees who were for the (beep. 16 But o-hci iheep
with him heard, and faid tmtohirn, I have, which are nor of trm fold :

Are we 41 Jefus there- them ajfo I muft bring, and. they
blind alfo ?

lore faid unro them, If ye were will hear my voice; and they will be
blind, ye (hould have no
10 fin but one fold, one (hepherd. 17 There- :

mow ye fay, We fee ; therefore tore doch my Father love rue, be-
your fins remain. caufe I
lay down my life, chat I
X. Verily verily unro you, may take it again. 18 Nomanrakerh
I fay
He that entereth not by the door it from me I have power co lay ic :

into the (heepfold, but climbeth up down, and I have power to cake
fome other way, he is a thief and a ic again. This commandment have
robber, z But he that enterethin I received of the Father. 19 There
by the door, is the (hepherd, of the was a divilion therefore again among
3 To
(heep. him the porrer open- the Jews for thefe fay ings. 2.0

erh ; and the (heep hear his voice : Many of them therefote faid, He
and he calleth his own (heep by! hath a dcemon, and is mad; w\y
name, and leadeth him? themr Others faid,
our. 4 hear ye 2,

And vyhen he puttethThefe are not the words of a dxmo-
forth all his

own, he goerh before them, and the niack, Can a e eemon open the eyes
iheep follow him for they know his of the blind ?
: zz And it was ac
voice. 5 And a (trangerwill they Jaufalem the fead of dedica- (
"he

iiot follow; bvit will flee from him tion ; It was rainy wea:her. 23 :

i or they know not rhe voice of And Jefus walked, in the temple in
grangers 6 This parable fpake Solomons clotfters. 24 The Jews
Jefus unto them : but they under- therefore came about him, and (aid
itood noc whac things they were unto him, How long doft thou make
jvhch he fpake un o them. 7 Jefus jus to doub: ? If thou be the (Thrift,
r

therefore laid unro them again. VeJtell us plainly, 25 Jtfus anfwered,
I fay unco you, I am (he I rold
li.ly verily you, and ye believed noc ;
door of the iheep. 8 Thqfe that t^e works rhac I do in my Fathers i

fimq, before me, are thieves and name, they bear wicnefs of me 2,6
robbers , but the Ihcep did noc hear Bur ye believe not ; becaufe ye are
!

them, 9 I aifl the cjor by me not of rny fheep, as I faid unto you.
:

if any f^an fhal! en-er in, he (hall 27 My (heep hear my voice, and
be lived, and (hall go in, and go I know them, and they follow me.
and pafture.
10 The And I give unto them erernal
f cometh not, bur for to (leal, life, and
i>

t^ey (hall never perifh,
and to kiii, ancj to defiroy. But I neither (hall any one pluck them one
an:) come that
might have life, of my hand.
the" 2.9 My Fa?her who
ir I am rhe good (hepherd : the gave thny me, is greater than all:

good ftiephe-d eivc:h his life for and none
,
able to pluck them ouc
i<

fi-eer. iz But he that is an of my Fathers hand, I and
bird ng, dt.d COC iis he Father aie one. 31
(hepherd,
]ew$
According to
John.
Jews took up ftones to ftone him. that he wa* fick, Jefus abode two
22, Jefus anfwered i
hem, Many good days fiill in the fame place where he
works have (hewed you from the was. 7 Then after that he faich to
I

Father ; for which of thofe works his difciples, Lee us go into Judea
do ye ftone me ? 5 3 The Jews again. 8 His difciples fay unto him,
anfwered him, For a good work we Rabbi! the Jews even now {ought
done thee noc ; but for blafphemy ; o ftone thee ; and goeft thou thi
and becaufe that being a man thou ther again ? 9 Jenus anfwered,
makeft thy felf God. 34 Jefus Hath not the day twelve hours?
anfwered them and laid, ic not If any ene walk in the
!>

day, he
wiitten in your law, that I faid, ftumblcth not, becaufe he feech the
Ye are gods? 3$ light
If he called
of this world. 10 But if
them gods ? unro whom the word any one walk in the night, he ftum-
of God came, and the fcripture blech, becaufe there is no
light in
cannot he broken 36 Say ye ot him.
: Thefe things faid he: n
him, whom the Father har h fan&i and after that, he faich unto them,
ficd, and fent intoche world, that Lazarus our friend fleepeth ; but I
Thou blafphemeft ;
becaufe I faid, go to awajce him. iz The dif
I am the Son ot God? 37 If I ciples therefore faid to him, Lord,
donor the works of my Father, be if he fieep, he will recover. 13
lieve me not. 38 But if I do, Howbeic Jefus fpake of his death :

will noc believe but
though ye thought thac he had
me, be they
lieve the works: that ye may know fpokenof
taking reft in deep. 14
and believe that the Father is in me, Then faid Jefus unro them plainly,
and I in the Father. 39 And they Lazarus our friend is dead. 15
fought to take him but he efcap- And I am glad for your fakes, thac
:

ed out ot their hand, 40 And I was not there that ye may believe:
went away again beyond Jordan, Buc let us go unto him. 16 Tho
into the place where John was ac mas , therefore, who is called
baptizing, and there he abode ; Didymus, (aid unto his fellow dif-
41 And many came unto him, and; ciples, Let us alfo go, that we may
faid, thc John did no miracle : die with him. 17 Jefus therefore !

buc all things that John
fpake of came to Bechany, and found ihac
him were true. 41 And many be- he had been in the
grave four days.
lieved him there. 1 8 Now Bethany was unto nigh
XL Now acertamman was Jerufalcm; fiheen furlongs off. 19
n"ck,

Lszarus of Bethany, the town of But many of Jcrufalerj came to
Mary and her filler Martha, a It Ma rtha and Mary, to comfort them
was Mary who anointed the Lord concerning their brother. 10 Mar
with ointment, and wiped bit feet tha, therefore when (he heard thac
with her hair, whofe brother La- Jefus was coming, met him buc :

xarus alfo was fTck. 3 Therefore his Mary fac in the houfe. zi Mar-
fillers fent unto Jefus, tha therefore faid unto Jefus, Lord,
ftying ; Lord,
behold, whom rhou loveft, is jit thou
he hadft been here, my bro-
fick.
4 When Jefus heard fta/,!rher had not died, zz But even
he faid, His noc unto now I know, that whatfoever thou
ficknefs is

death, but for the glory of God, wile ask of God, God will give it
that the Son of God
might be glori thee. 2,3 Jefus faith unto her,
fied thereby. 5 Now Jefus loved Thy brother (hall rife again. 2,4
Marsha, and her fifter, and Lazaru. Martha fai huntohim,! know that
When he ha4 heard therefore he ftwll I rife
again in the refur
According to John;
recVion, at the laft day. 25 Jefub Jefus faith unto her. Said I not un
faid unto her, I am the refurredion, to thee, that if thou wouldtt be-
3nt he lite : he thar believech on lieve, thou ihouldft fee the glory
me though he were dead, yet of God ? 41 They therefore took
ihallkehvt; 16 And whofoever away tne (tone, and Jelu lift up his 3

liveih, and belii-veth on me, {hall eyes, and (aid, Father, I thank
never die* Believeft thou this ? heeihat thou haft heard me. 4* I
2,7 She faith Yes, Lord I have cnew that ihou heareft me always :
:

believed that thou arc the Qirift but becaufe of the people who
the ion otGod who {hould come (tand by, I laid iV, that they may
into the world iS And when xlieve chac thou haft fent me. 43
ihe had To faid, fhc went aw&y, And when he had fpoken this, he
arid c^ied Mary her filler
filently,
cried with a loud voice, Lazarus,

faying, that The matter is come, come forth. 44 And he that was
and called thee. 2,9 When dead come forth prefently, bound
for
{he tieatd, arofe quickly, and hand and foot with gcave-clothes :
file

COOKS unco him. 30 Bur Jefus and h - face was bound about with
was not come into the village, but a napkin. Jefus faith unto them,
was in that place where Martha Loofe him, and let him go. 45
of the Jews who
met him. 31 The Jews therefore Many therefore
which were with her in the houfe, came to Mary, and had fcen what
and comforted her, when they faw Jefus did, believed on hira. 46
Mary that ffye rofc up hattily, and But fome of them went to the
went out, followed her, fuppofing Pharifecs, and told rhtin what Jef
that ihe went to the grave, to weep us had done. 47 Then the chief
there. 32,
When therefore Mary priefts therefore and the Pharifees
was come wfcre Jefus was, and faw gathered a council together, and
the fell down at his fcec, fay laid, What do we ? This man doth

ing, Lord,
it"
48 And if we Ice
thou had ft been here, fuch mitacles.
my brother had nor him thus alone, all men will be
died. 33
When Jefus therefore faw her lieve on him ; and the Romans
weeping, and the Jews who accom-
will corne and take away our place

panyed her weeping he was troubled
}
and nation. 40 But one of them,
in fpirir, as one in a pailion. 34 Caiphas, being the high prieft thac
And faid, where have you laid him ? fame year, faid unto them, Ye know
They fay unto him, Lord come and nothing at all, 50 Nor confider
fee. 3$ And Jefus wept. 36 that it is
expedient for you, tbac
The Jews, therefore faid, Behold one man fhould die for the people,
how he loved iiiin. 37 But fome and that the whole nation periih
pi them faid, Could not this man, not. $ i But this fpske he no: of

who opened the eyes of the blind, himfelf : but being the high prieft
have caufcd that even this man
that year, he prophefied that Jefus
ihould not have died? 28 Jcfus was to die for that nation: ^i
therefore again, as in a paiTion And no: for that nation only, bus
within himfelf comcth to the grave. that alfo he {hould gather together
Now it was a cave, and a ftone lay in or.c, the children of God thac

upon it. 39 Jefus faid, Take yea- were Icattered abroad. 53 From
way the (tone. Martha, the fitter of that day therefore they took coun-
him hat was dead, faith unto him, fel together that they might puc
Lord, this time he (tinketh : He him to death.
by ^4 Jefus therefore
lja,ih thsre four da yg,
; 40 walked no more openly among rhs
According to John.
Jews but went unto the country cauie that by rcafon of him many
;

near to the wilder- of the Jews went away, and believ
Saraphurein,
nefs, into a city called Ephrairo, ed on Jefus. 12 On ens next day
and there continued with the dif- many of the multitude tbac were
ciples.
Now the Jews paflover come to the featt, when they heard
5<;

was nigh at hand and many went that Jefus was coming to Jerulalero^
:

out ot the country therefore up co 13 Took branches of pa!n trees,
Jerusalem, before the paflfover, to and went forth to meet him. and
cried aloud, Hofanna,
puriflechemfelves. 56 Tbey fought faying ,
therefore tor Jefus alfo, and Ipake bleffed be he that cometh in the

among themselves, as they flood in name of the Lord, the of King
the temple, What think ye, that he Ifrael. 1 4 But Jc when he had >s

will not come to the feati ? 57 found a young a..., fat thereon;
Now the chief prieds and the Pha- as it is written. 15 Fear nor,
jifees had given commandment, daughter of Sion : behold thy
tba: any man knew where he King cometh, fitting on aa a9e?
if

were, he fhould declare it t chat colt. 1 6 Thefe
things his ds fcl-
they might feize him. ples minded not a: chefirfl: But
XII. Jefus, therefore fix days when Jefus was glorified, then
faefor the
paijbver,
came toEethany, they remembered that thefe diiogs;
where Lazarus was who had been were written of him, and they had
dead, whom Jefus raifed from the done thefe things unto tsiro. 17
dead, 2 And they made him a fup- The multitude therefore ?hic were
;

but La-! with him bear record that he called
per, and Martha ferved:
zarui was one of them that fat a: Lazarus out of his grave, and raif-
the table with him. 3 Then Mary cd him from the dead. iS Foi 1

takes a pound of ointment, of this caufe the multitude alfo met
fj)ikenard,vcfy coiliy, and anointed him, for that they heard that hs
the feet of Jefus, and wiped his had done this fign. 19 ThePhari-
feet with her hair : and the houfe fees therefore faid among cheat-
was filled with the odour of the felves, Perceive ye how ye prevail
ointmenr. 4 One of his difciples nothing ? behold, the whole world
j

therefore Judas Scarioth who was is gone after him. 20 But there
to betray him, faith, 5. Why were certain Greeks aifo among
t

was not this ointment fold for them, that came up to wor(h;p an
three hundred denarii, and given thefeaft: zi They came there-
10 the poor ? 6 But he faid this, fore to Philip, who wts of Beth-
not rhat he cared for the poor ; faida of Galilee, and asked him^
but becaufe he was a thief, and faying, Sir, we would iee Jeius.

having the bag, he bare what was 21 Philip Cometh and ceileth
pur therein. 7 Jefus therefore faid, Andrew Again Andrew and Phi
:

Let her alone ; that (he may keep lip tell Jefus. 23 An4 Jefus an -
faying, The hourif
it for [he day of my burial. 9 BUT fwered them,

many therefore of the multitude of corns, that ?he Son ot man %;aid!
the Jews heard that he was there be glorified.
:
24 Verilv verily f
and they came, nor for Jefus fake fiy unco you, Except a gfi?n oi
only, but that they might fee La- vY^ear filling into the ground d.c,
xuui alfo, whom he had raised it abidcth alone bat if ir d;e, ic :

from the dc.id. 10 Bu-. the chief ^e-h firth rn ch fruir. 25 He
.

priefts confined, that tfiey rnigh . lovech his liJi, fha

ftel
Lazarvs aifo :o de*tri ; 1 1 B- he that kateth hi*
According to
John.
world, (hall keep it unto life eter- been revealed? 39 Therefore they
rui. 2,6 If any ferve me, let could not believe, becaufe Efaiatf

him follow me, and wherefover faid, 40 He hath blinded them,
I am, there fhall alio my fervant (hat they Ihould not fee with their
be; if any man fuve me, him eyes, nor underftand with then
will the Fathei honour. 2,7 Now heart, and be converted, and I
is my foul troubled ; and what ihould heal them. 41 But thefe
{hall I fay? Father, fave me from things faid Efaias, when he faw
this hour \ but for this, caufe came the glory of God there, and fpake
I untotnishour. 18 Father, glorifie of him. 41 Nevertheless among the
rhy narr-e with the g^ory which 1 1
chief rulers alto, many believed oh
had with thee befoie the world him ;
buc b^caufe of the Phaiifees
was. And came from hea
they did not confefs
a voice led they him>

ven faying, I have boih glorified fnould be put out of the fynagogue.
and will glorifie it again,
*>, 43 For they loved the pratfe of
The multitude therefore that flood men more rhan the praife of God.
heard it, and faid that it was ihunde? :
44 jtfus therefore ciied and faid>

others faid, that An Angelipake
me, believeih ro He that believethon
him. 39 Jefus anfwered, and faid,! not on me, but on him that fenc
Tnis voice came, not becaufe ot me, me. 45 He that feet h me, feeth |

but for your fakes, 31 Now isthe jhifn that fent me. 46 I am come
judgment of the world now : (hall la
light into the world, that whofo-
the prince of this world becaftout. :ever believeth on me, fhculd not
32. And
lined up from abide indarknefs.
I, if I be 47 And if any
the eauh, will draw a!l things un- .:one hear my words, and keep them
tome. 33 Buc he faid this {jgni-inot, I judge him not : for I came
ling
what death he ftiould die. not that I might judge the world, ;

34 The multitude anfwered him, bur that I might fave the world.
\Ve have heard ou: of the law, 48 He that rejefteth me, aud re- ;

that Chiifl ab deth for ever
:
and ceiveth noc my words, hath one :

how fayeft thou, that The Son of that judgeth him: the word that
man mult be lift
up ? Who is there- i I have fpoken, the fame fhall
judge
fore this Son of man ?
35 Jefus him in the lati day. 49 For I
thesefore faid unto them, Yet a have not fpoken of my felf ; but
litde while the lighc among you : the Father who fent me, he gave
is

walk therefore while ye have the rrea commandment, what I ihould

light,
led dajknefs come upon you :
fay, and what I fliould fpeak. $d
for he that walketh in darknefs And I know that his command-
kuoweth not whither he goeth. ment is life eternal: what there-
:

36 While ye have the l
gbt, be- fore I
fpeak, even as the Father*
lievein the lighr, that ye may be faid unto me, fo 1 fpcak.
the children of light. Thefe things XIlI. Now before the feaft of
|

Ipake Jefus, and departed, and did the paffover, when Jefus knew that
hide himfdf from them. 37 But his hour was come, that he fhouM
though he had done fo many mira- depart out of this world unto the .

fcki before them, they believed not Father, having loved his OA-n
hiui :
<bn
38 That the faying. of which were in the world, he lovcdf
them i And
the m?ght be ui\to the end.
;
fa aa
prcphec fui- 1 fup-
fpake, Lord, who
vihich he the dev^l
filcd, per being ended, having
hath believed our repo;t? andro now pti; *;ito the heart of Judas
svumhsui il.e aim of the LordlScarioih U.e Soil of Simch rhat he
According to John.
fhoulfl betray him. 3 He know- hisheel againft me. 19 Now I tell

ing that the
Father had given him you before it come, that when it is

all into hit hands, and that come to pafs, ye may believe thac
things
he was come from God, and that I am he. 20 Verily, verily I
he went to God. 4 He rifeth fay unto you, He that receiveth
from fupper, and laid a fide his gar- whomfoever I fend, receiveth me .

ments, and took a towel, and gird and he that receiveth me, receiveth
ed himfelf. $ After thar, he taketh him that fent me. 21 When Jefus
and poureth water into a balon, had thus (aid, he was troubled hi
and began to wafh his difciples feet, fpirir,
and teftified> and faid, Ve-
and to wipe them wi h the towel ily verily
I fay unto you, that one

wherewith he was girded. 6 He ot
you will betray me. 22 The
cometh therefore 10 Simon Peter. difciples
therefore looking one on
He faith unto him, Lord, doft thou another , doubted of wnom he
wafh my feet ? 7 Jefus anfwered fpake. 23 Now there was lean
and faid unto him, What I do thou ing on Jefus bofom, one of his di
knoweft not yet , but thou {halt fciples whom alfo Jefus loved. 24
know hereafter. 8 Peter faith un Simon Peter therefore beckned to
to him, Lord, Thou fhalt never him, to ask who he ftiould be of
wafh my feet. Jefus anfwered, If whom he fpake. 2^ He then lying
1 fhall not wafh thee, thou haft on Jefus breaftj faith unto hin>,

no part with me. 9 Peter faith Lord, who is he ? 26 Jefus
unto him. Lord, not the feec only, anfwereth him, and faith, He i: ia
but alfo the hands and the head, to whorofoever I fhall
give a fop,
io Jefus faith to him, he that is when I have dipped it. And when
wafhed, needcth not to have his he had dipped the fop, he gave it
head wafhed, but his feet only, to Judas Scario;h the fin of Simon.
for he his clean all and ye are over> 27 And Satan entred into him.
clean, but not all. 11 For Jefus And Jefus faith unro him, Whac
knew who ftiould betray him. 12 thou doft, do quickly. aS Bu: ho
S after he had walhed their feet,
>

one at the table knew why he
and had taken his garments, and fpake this unto him. 29 For fonri
was fet down again, he faid unto thought, becaufe Judas bad the bag,
them, Know ye what I have done that Jefus had faid unto him, 6ujr
to you ? 13 Ye call me Mafier, thofe things we have need of a-
and Lord and ye fay well ; for
:
gainft the feaft or that he (hould
:

I am. 14 If I then^oar Lord and give fornething to the poor. 30
Mafier, have wafhed your feet, He therefore having received the
how much more (hould ye do it 1 5 fop, went immediately out and
: ;

For I have given you an example,
jit
was night, 31 When therefore
that ye ihculd ^o as I have done he was
gone out, Jefus faid ? Nowr
to you. 1 6
Verily, verily I fay is the Son of man glorified, and
52 God
unto you, The fervant is not
great God is glorified in
him :
er than his Lord, neither he that ihall allb
glorifie
him in hirr}-
is fenr, greater rhan he that /cm (e;f, and (bail ftraightwiy glorif^
!

him. 17 If ye know thefe things- him. 3 3 Little children, yet a

nappy are ye if ye do them. 18 little while I am with you. Ye ftiall
r
I
fpeak hot of you all ; I know tek me and as I faid unco the :

whom I have cnofen bu: ihac he cws, that Whither I go. ye
: cah"-

fcriprur e ruA y be fulnilt dj Ht ih^r roc come ; fo now i fay unto yotr.
u ?4 A new toman"dftAt
sj tech vr hd wl .Ji hie, ^aibnfi-.wit ;

H
According to
John
unto you, That ye love one an- that I have fpokenjunto you, I
fpake
other ; as I have loved you, that not of my felf : but the Father, thac
ye alfo love one another. 3 5 For abideth in me, he doth his works.
by this Hull all know that ye are 1 1 Believe me that I am in the
my difciples, if ye have love one to Father, and the Father in me : pr
another. 36 Simon Peter faid unto very works fake,
elfe believe for the

him, Lord, whither goeft thou ? ii Verily verily I fay unto you,
Jefus faid to him, Whither I go, He that believech on me, the works
thou cantt not follow me now ; but that I do, (hall he do alfo, and
thou fhalc follow afterwards. 37 greater than thefe (hall he do j be-
He faith unto him, Lord, why can caufe I go unto the Father. 1 3

not I follow thee now * I will
lay And whatsoever ye (hall ask in my
down my life for thy fake. I do, that the Fa
38 name, that will
Jefus anfwered, Wile thou be glorified in the Son.
lay ther may
down thy life for my fake ? Verily 14 If ye (hall ask any thing in my
verily I fay unto thee, that The name, I will do it. 15 If ye
cock (hall not crow, till thou hail love me, keep may commandments.
denied me thrice. 1 6 And I will ask the Father, and
XIV. And he faid to his difci- he will give you another Comfor

plcs,
Let not your heart be trou ter, thac he may abide with you
bled Believe in God, believe alfo forever;
: 17 The Spirit of tru h 3
in me. a In
my Fathers houfe whom the world cannot receive,
are many manfions, But if not I becaufe it feeth him nor, neither
would have told you ; for I go to knoweth him : but ye know biiu,

prepare
a place for you. 3 And (or he abideth with you, and is in
if I (hall
go to prepare a place for you. 1 8 I will not leave you
I come to you.
youj I come again, and will re orphans 19
ceive you unto my felf, that where Yet a little while, and the world
I am, ye may be alfo. 4 And feeth me no more but ye fee me : :

whither I go, ye know, and the becaufe I live, ye (hall live alfo.
ftvay ye know. 5 Thomas who was
20 In that day ye (hall knew.,
called Didymuti, faith unto him, that I am in my Father, and you
Lord, we know not whither thou in me, and I in you. zi He that
goeft,
and how do we know the hath my commandments f and keep-
it is that loveth me :
way ? 6 Jefus faith unto him, I eth them, he
am the way, and the truth, and the and he that
lovetb oie (hall b
Hfe :no man comech unto the Fa loved of my Father : and I will
ther, but by me, 7 If ye had love him, and will manifeft my felf
known me, ye would have known to him. ii Judas faith unto him,
my Father alfo ; and from hence nofr Scarioth, Lord, how is it thac
forth ye know him, and have feen thou wilt fnanifeft thy felf unto u,
him. 8 Philip faith unto him, Lord, and noc unto ch* world ? 15 Jefws
dew us the Father, and it futficeth anfwered and fajd unto him, It any
us. 9 Jefus faith unro him, Have one love me, he will keep my
I been fo long time with you ; and words and my Father will love
:

yet haft t hou not known me, Phi him, and I will come unto him,
lip
i he that hath feen me, fcath teen and make my abode with him. 14
the Father ; and how fayft thou, He that foveth ma not, will rrbe
Shev? us the Father ? 10 Believeft keep my ftyings and the word :

thou not that I am in the Father, which you hear, is not mine, but
l

Path?* iq t? ? th wolds fw prhQfen; T-uefe things
According to Johnj ~

I have fpoken unto you, being fo be ye my difdples f 9 As the
with you. z6 But the Father hath loved me, fo have i
prefent
Comforter, the Holy Ghoft, whom loved you abide ye in my love.
:

my Father will fend in my name, 10 If ye (hall keep my command
he will teach you all things, and ments, ye ftiall abide in my love :
to your remem even as I alfo have kept my Fathers
bring all things
brance, whatfoever I ftiall fay
un commandments, and abide in his
to you. 17 Peace I leave with love. 1 1 But thefe things have I
you, my peace I give unto you
:
fpoken unto you, that my joy in
not as the world giveth, give I un you might remain, and your joy
to you. Let not your heart be might be full. 12, This is my
troubled, neither let it be afraid. commandment, That ye love one
2,5 Ye have heard chat I faid unto another, as I have loved you. 1 3

you, I go away, and come unto
Greater love hath no one than this,

you. If ye loved me, ye would that he lay dbwn his life for his

rejoyce, becaufe I go unto the
Fa friend*. 14 For ye are my friends,
ther for the Father is greater than if ye (hall do what I command
:

I.
2,9
And now I have told you you. 15 Henceforth I call you
before it come to pafs, that when not fervams ; for the fervent
it (hall come to
pafs, ye might
be knoweth not what his lord doth ;
lieve me. 30 Hereafter I will but I have called you friends ; for
not talk many things to you : for all things that I have heard of my
the prince of the world cometh, Father, I have made known unto
and hath nothing to find in me. 3 1 you. 1 6 Ye have not chofen me,
But that the world may know that but I have chofen
you, and ap
I love the Father ; and as he com pointed you, that you (hould go
manded me, even fo I do. Arife, and bring forth much fruit, and
lee us
go hence. your fruit (hould remain : thac
XV. I am the true vine, and whatfoever ye (hall ask of the Fa
my Father is the husbandman, z my name, he
ther in may give it you.
Every branch in me that beareth 17 Thefe things I command you,
not fruit, he taketh it away : and Love one another. 18 If the
every one that beareth fruit, he world hate you, ye know that ic
will purge it, that it may bear more hated me firft, 19 If ye were of
fruit. 4 As the branch cannot the world, the world would love
bear fruit of i: felf, except it abide its own Becaufe ye were not of
:

in the vine :fo neither can ye, ex the world, but I have chofen you

$ For I am out
cept ye abide in me.
of the world, therefore the
the vine, ye are the branches :He world hatethyou. ZQ Remember
that abideth in me, and I in him, the words that I faid unto you, my
he bringeth forth much fruit for fervanc is not greater than his Lord.
:

without me ye cannot do any If they have perfecuted me, they
thing. 6 If any one abide not in will alfo perfecute you if they :

me, he is caft forth as a branch, have obferved my faying, they wilt
and is withered ; and they gather obferve yours alfo. 2,1 But thefe
it, and caft /; into the fire, and it is things will they do unto you foe
burned. 7 But if ye abide in me, my names fake, becaufe they know
and my words abide in you, ask not him that fent me. 2,2. If I had
whatfoever ye will, and it (hall not come, and fpoken unto them,
be done. & Herein is
my Father they had noc had fin but now :

glorified, chat bear much fruit, they have no clqkefor their fin?.
ye
According to John.
2,3 Hethathateth me, hatech my hings to fay unto you, but ye can
Father alfo. 2,4 If I had not dpne not bear them now. 13 When,
among them the works which no ie, the Spirit of truth fhall come ?
oneelfe had done, they had not will guide you in all tru;h ; for
had fin but now have
:
they both he {hall not fpeak of himfdf ; bu.c
feen me, and hated me and my Fa whacfoever he fhall hear, he will
ther,
if
But chac the word might
peak : and he will tell you things
be fulfilled that is come. 14 He will glorifie me :
written in their
law, that They hated me without or he fhall receive of mine and
acaufe. 2.6 But \vhen the Comfort will ihew it unto 15 All
you.
er (ball come, whom I will fend that the Father hath,
hings
unto you from my Father, the Spi are mine therefore faid I, thac
:

rit of truth, who proceedeth from ie taketh of mine, and {hall
Father, he will teftifie of me. ell it unto you. 16 A little while
my
17 And bear ye witnefs, becaufe and ye (hall fee me no longer : and
ye have been with me from the be again, a little while, and ye lhall
lee me.
Becaufe I go
to the father.
ginning
XVI. Thefe things have J Jpoken 17 Some of his difcipks therefore
that ye fhould not be offended, 2, faid
among themfelves, What is
They fliall pu: you out of the fy- this that he laith unto us, A little
nagogues : But the time cometh, while and ye (hall fee me no
thac whofoever killeth you, will
longer : and again,
a little while
think that he dorh God fervice. 5
and ye fliall fee me and, Btcaufe :

And thefe things will they do unco 1 go to the Fathtr? J$ What ii
you, beeaufe they have not known this? A little vyhilc ? we cannpc
the Father, nor me. 4 Thefe tell what he faith. 19 Jefus knew
things have J told you, that when that they were defirous to ask hirn
the hour (hall come, ye may re- about this Mat er, and fiid unto
raember them that I told you. And them, Do ye enquire among your
thefe things I faid not unto you felves about what I faid, A littlq
from the beginning, becaufe I was while and ye fhall not fee me : an4
with But: now I
you. 3 go to again, a little while and ye fliall
him that fent me, and none of you fee me ? 10 V erily verily I fay
asketh me, Whither
goeft
thou \ unto you, that ye fhall weep an4
6 But becaufe I have faid thefe lament ; The world frail rejoyce ;

things urjtQ you, forrow hath filled Ye fliall be fonowlul, but your
your heart. 7 But J rell you the forrow fh all be turned into joy.
truth ; expedient for you that ai A woman when ftie is in tra
It is

I
go away for if I go not away, vail, hath forrow, becaufe her day
:

the Comforter will not come unto is come : but afloon as fhe has
you ; buc if J depart, J will fend brought forth the child, flie re-
him unto you. 8 And when he membrcth no more the forrow, fpr
is come, he will convic^ the world
joy chac a man is born into the
of fin, and of righteoufnefs^ and world. 2,2 And ye now there
of judgement : 9 Of fin indeed, fore f]iall have forrow but I will ;

jbecaufe they believe not on me fee you
again, and your heart will
ip And of rightcoufnefs, becaufe rejoice,
and your joy no one taketh.
J- the Father, and ye fee me from you.
goto 23 And jn that day
no more ; 1 1 And of judgment, ye fhail ask me nothing : Verily
becaufe the of this world is verily I fay unto you, It ye fhall
prince
ii have yec ssk the Father in
judged, I many any thing my
name*
According to John.
According to John;
this world. 19 And for their fakes I am he. And Judas alfo who be*
I fan&ifie my that :hey alfo.trayed him, flood with them.
felf, 6
may befanctified in the truth. 20 When therefore he had faid unto
And I ask not for thefe alone, but them, I
j
am he, they went away
for thofe alfo who believe on me and fell to the ground,
Backward,
through their word, n That 7 Again therefore he asked them
they all may be as thou, Father, faying, feek ye ? but theyWhom
art in me, and I in thee ; that they faid agaia, Jefus of Nazareth. 8
alfo may be in us : that the world Jefus anfwered them, I have told

may believe that thou haft fent me. you that I am be. If therefore ye
2.2, And thee in me,
the glory which feek me, ler thefe go away. 9
thou gaveft me, have given them : That the faying might be fulfilled
I
j

that they may be one, even as we are which he fpake, that whom thoq
one. 23 And I in thee, and Thou in gaveft me, of them I have loit
me, that they may be made per none. 10 Simon Peter therefore
fect into one, that the world may having a fword, drew if, and
know that thou haft fent me, and fmote the high priefts fervant, and
I have loved them, as thou haft cut off his righc ear. That fervancs
loved me. 24 Father, I will that natie was Malchus. 1 1 Jefus there
what thou haft given me, they may up the
fore faid unto Peter, Put
be with me where I am , that they fwOrd in;o the fheath : the cup
may behold the glory which thou which the Father hath given me,
haft
given me , for thou lovedft me fhall I not drink it ? The band n
before the foundation of the world. therefore and the caprain, and of
2,5 O
righteous Father, this world ficers of the Jews took Jefus, and
hath not known thee ; but I have bound him, 13 And led him to
known thee, and thefe have known Annas firft for he was father in law
that thou haft fent me. 26 And I to
Caiphas, who was the high prieft
have made known unto them thy chat 14 Now Caiphas
fame year.
and will make it known : was he alfo who gave counfel to the
that the love wherewith thou haft Jews, that it was expedient that
loved me, may be in them, and I one man (hould perifh for the peo
in them. ple. And Simon Peter follow
XVIII. WhenJefus had fpoken ed Jefus, and the other difciple. But
thefe words, he went forth with thac difciple was known unto the
prieft, and went
his
difciples
over the brook Cedron, high in with Jefus
where was a garden, into the which into the palace of the. high prieft.
he entred, and his difciples. z And 1 6 But Peter flood at the door with

Judas alfo who betrayed him, knew out. Then went out that other dif
the place : for Jefus often reforted ciple who was known unto the
thither with his difciples. z Judas high prieft, and fpake unto her thac
therefore having received a band kept the door, and brought in Pe
and officers from the chief priefls ter. 17 The damfel therefore thac
and from the Pharifees, cometh kep: the door faith unto Peter, Art
thither with lanterns, and torches, not thou alfo one of this mans dif
and weapons. 4 But Jefus know ciples? He faith, lam not. i$
ing all
things that were coming And the fervants and officers ftoo4

upon him, went for.th,and faith thirty wUo had made a fire of coals,
unto them, Whom feek ye? 5 for it was cold, and they
warmed
They anfwered him and faid, Jefus themfelves ; But Peter ftood ,.*vith
pf $azare;h, He faith umo them, them, arid warmed himfelf. 1 9

fti
Accordin to
The entered into the judgment- hall a.
high priefuherefore askedjefus
about his difciples, and about his gain, and called Jefus, and faid
do&rine. 20 Jefus anfwered him, unto him, Art thou the king of the
1 fpake openly to the world ; I al Jews ? 34 And Jefus anfwered,
ways taught in the fynagogue, and Sayft chou this thing of thy felf,
in the temple, whither the Jews or did others tell it thee of me ? 3 $

always reforr, and in fecret have I Pilate anfwered, Am I a Jew ?
faid nothing, zi Why askeft thou Tfeine own nation, and the chief
me ? ask the hearers what I have priefts have delivered thee unto
faid unto them :behold, they know me: What haft thou done? 36
what I faid. 12, And when he Jefus anfwered, My kingdom is
had fpoken thefe :hings, one of the not of this world it my kingdom
:

officers who ftood by, (truck Jefus, were of this world, then would

faying ^ Anfwereft thou the high my fervants fight, that I fhould
*
fo 2,3 Jefus anfwered him,
not I be deli^rtd to the Jews:
prieft
If I have fpoken evil, bear wit- but now my kingdom is not from
nefsof the evil but if well, why hence.
:
37. Pilate therefore faid
fmiteft thou me ? 14 And Annas unto him, Art thou therefore a
fent him bound unto Caiphas the king ? Jefiis anfwered, Thou faytt

high prieft. 15 But Simon Peter rhac I am a king. For this was I
was ftanding and warming himfelf: born, and for this came I into the
They faid therefore unto him, Art world, that I (hould bear witnefs
no: thou alfoone of his difciples ? unto the truth. Every one that is
He denied it, and faid, I am not. of the tfftth, heareth my voice. 3 8
z6 One of the fervants of the high Pilate faith unto him, What is
his kinfman whofe ear truth ? And when he had faid this,
prieft, being
Peter cut off faith, JDid not I fee he went out again unto the Jews,
thee in the garden with him ? 17 and frith unto them, I find in him
Peter therefore again denied, and no fault at all. 3$ But ye have a
immediately the cock crew. iS cuftom, that I (hould releafe, un
They led therefore Jefus from Cai to you one ac the palfover : will
phas, unto the hall of judgment; ye therefore thac I releafe unto
and it wag early, and they them- you the king of the Jews ? 40
felves went not into the
judgment- Again therefore they cried out,
hall, left they ihould be defiled faying, Not this man, but Barab-
:

but might cat the
paiTover. ip Pi
bag. NQW Barabbas was a rob
late therefore went out unto them, ber/
and faid, What accufaticrt XIX. Then Pilate therefore
bring
you againft this man ? 30 They took Jefuf, and fcourged kirn, z
anfwered and faid unto him, If he And the foldiers platted a crown
were not a malefa&or, we would of thorns, and put it on his head,
not have delivered him
up unto and they put un him a purple robe.
thee. 3 1 Pilate therefore faid un And faid, Hail king ot the
to them, Take
ye him and judge Jews and they (truck him.
:
4
hic
according to your law. The Mate went forth again, and faith
Jews therefore faid unto him^ It is unto them, Behold, I bring him
not lawful for us to
put any ont brth to you, that ye may know thac
to dcar.h : That the ct I find no (ault in him.
52,
faying 5 Jefus
Jefus might be fulfilled, which he came forth, wearing the
cherefore
(pake, nullifying, what death he crown of thorns, and the purple
die, 35 Pilate ihcrefoie, robe. And (16 faith wnto them.
According to John.
JBehold, the man. 6 When the called the place of a foil!, which
chief priefts therefore and the offi iscalled in the Hebrew,
Golgo
cers faw him, they cried out fay 1 8 Where they crucified
tha:

ing, Crucifie, crucifie
him. him, and two others with him, on
Pilate
faith unto them, Take ye him, and either fide one, but Jefus in the
crucifie for I find ho fault midft.
him: 19 And Pilate wrote a
in him.7 The Jews anfwered title and put on the crofs, And
him, We have a law, and accord the writing was, JESUS OF
ing to law he ought to die, becaufe NAZARETH THE
KING OF
he hath made himfelf ihe Son of JEWS. THE
20 This title
God. 8 When Pilate therefore therefore read many of the Jews :
heard that faying, he was the more for the place where Jefus was cru
afraid ; 9 And they went again cified was nigh to the city ; and it
into the judgment-hall, and he was written in Hebrew, in Greek,
faith unto Whence art thou ? in Latin, zi The chief priefts of
Jefus>,

But Jefus gave no anfwer. 10 the Jews faid therefore to Pilate,
Pilate therefore faith unto him, Write not, The king of the Jews ;
Speakeftthou not unto me ? know- but that he faid, I am king of the
eft thou not that I have
power to Jews. 22 Pilate anfwered, Whac
crucifie thee, and have
power to I have written, I have written*
releaie thee ? 1 1 Jefus anfwered
23 The foldiers therefore, when
him, Thou haft no power at alla- they had crucified Jefus, took his
gainft me, except it were given garments and made four parts, to
thee from above therefore he :
every foldier a part, and alfo the
that delivered me unto thee hath coat : now the coat was without
the greater fin. 12 From thence feam, woven from the top through
forth Pilate fought to releafe him out. 24 But they faid :
among
but the Jews cried out faying, If themfelves, Let us not rent it, buc
thou fhalt let this man go, thou art caft lots for ir, whofe ft i?>
that
no: Cefars friend For whofoever the fcripture might be fulfilled,
:

maketh himfelf fpeaketh which faith, They parted my gar
a
king,
againft Cefar, 13 When Pilate ments among them, and for my
therefore heard thefe words, he vefture they did caft a lor. Thefe

brought Jefus forth, and fat down things therefore the foldiers did.
place 2,5 Now there flood by the crofs
upon the judgment- feat, irva
that called the Pavement, in the of Jefus, his mother, and his mo
is

Hebrew, Gabbatha. 14 And it thers fifter, Mary the daughter of
was the preparation of the paflover, Cleophas. and Mery Magdalene.
but about the third hour : and he 26 When Jefus therefore (aw Eis
faith unto the Jews, Behold, your mother, and the
difciple fianding
king. 15 But they cried out A- by, whom he loved, he faith unto
way with away with kint, his mother, Woman, behold, thy
kim>

ctucifie him, Pilate faith unto fon. 17 Then faith he to trie
them, Shall I crucifie your king difciple,Behold, rfiy mother. And
The chief priefls anfwered, We from that hour that difciple took
have no king but Cefar. 16 Then her unto his own home. 28 Af
therefore he delivered him unto ter this, Jefus knowing that aH
them to be crucified. But they things were already acconiplifh-
therefore took Jefus and led him ed, that the be ful
fcripture might
i 7 And he bearing his filled, faith, I thirft. There
1
zp
wen; in:o #ha?c wai therefore fv a vefief full of
According to Johru
vinegar : and they fpunge and in the garden a new fepulchre?
filled a
with vinegar, and put ic
upon wherein was never man yet laid>

hyilbpj and puc ic to his mouth. 41 There laid they Jefus therefore,
30 When Jefus therefore had re- becaufe of the Jews preparation,
ceived the vinegar, he faid, It i; for rhe fepulchre was nigh.
finiihed : and he bowed his head, XX. Now the firft day of the
and gave up the ghoft. 31 The week cometh Mary Magdalene
Jews therefore, becaufe ic war the early, while it was yet dark, unto
preparation, thac the bodies (hould the fepulchrej and feeth the
(lone
not remain upon the crois on taken away from the fcpuichre.
the fabbath, becaufe ic was the pre She runneth therefore and com
2.

paration, for that was the great eth to Simon Peter, and to the
Sabbath day, befoughc Pilate chat other difciple whom Jefus loved,
their
legs might
be broken, and they and faith unto them, They have
might be taken away, 31. The taken away the Lord ouc of the
loldiers therefore came and brake fepulcher, and we know not where
the legs of the firft, and of the o- they have laid him. 3
Pecer there
thcr who was crucified with him. fore went forth, and thac other ait

3 3 But when they came to Je(ui,and ciple, and came to the fepulchre.
law thac he was dead already, they 4 Now they ran both together :
brake noc his legs. 34 Euc one of and the other difciple out-ran Pe
the foldiers with a fpear pierced his ter, and came firit co the ftpulchrc?
fide, and forthwith came there ouc 5 And &* Hooping down, law cnc
blood and water. 35 And he that linen clothes lying , yet went he noc
faw it) bear record, and his record is in. 6 Simon Peter therefoie caire
true : and f he knoweth thac he alfo following him, and went into
Read we know faith true, that the fepulchre, and teeth the linea
<*/xxi.
ye alfo might clothes lying,
2,4. 7 And cne napkin
believe, 36. For thefe things were that was about his head, noc lying
done, that the fcripture (hould be with the linen clothes, buc wrap-
fulfilled, Ye fhail noc break a bone ped together in one place by ic felr.
of him. 37 And again another 8 Then went in therefore that o-
fcripture faith, They (hall look on ther difciple who came firtt the te>

him whom they 38 But (epulchre, and he faw and believed
pierced.
after thefe
things, Jofeph of Ari- not. 9. For as yet they knew noc
r
mathes, being a difciple of Jefus, the fcripture, that he mult ri. e a-
bur fecretly for fear of the Jews, gain from the dead. 10 the di-
bcfought Pilate that he rnighr take idples therefore went away aga n
;

away the body ol Jefus : and Pi unto their own homes. 1 1 Bite
late
gave him leave : And he came Mary flood without at thefepulcbrr,
and took the body of Jefus. 39 weeping As therefore fhe wept, fhe :

But there came alfo Nicodemm, Hooped down unto the fepulchre,
who ac the fir ft came to Jefus by ii And feeih two angels, the one

night, and brought a mix-use ct at the head, and the other at the

myrrh, and aloes, about an hundred reef, where the body of Jefus ksd
lit ICE
40 They therefoie took 13 And they fay unco her,
: <

a>n

the body of Jefus, and wound it in Woman, why Weepcft them ?
linen clothes, with the fpices, a: whom ktkelt thou ? Shcfairh unto
the maHner of the Jew* is to bury. htm, Efcaufe they have taken a-
4r Now in the place where he vay my Lord, and I know noc
wjt crucifivdj sheie was a garden J vhere they have laid him. 14
When
According to John;
When (he had thus faid, (he turn- put my hands into his Side, and put
ed her felf back, and faw Jefus my finger into the print of the
not that it is nails, 1 will not believe. 26 And
ftanding, and knew
Jefui. 15 Jefus faith
unto her, after eight days, agam the difciples
I

Woman, why wee pelt thou $ whom were
and Thomas with within,
feekeft thou * (he fuppofing him to them Then came
Jefus,, the doors
:

be the gardener, faith unco him, being ll:ur, and Bood in the midfl,
Sir, if ihou had taken him away,
and faid, Peace be unto you. 17
tell me where thou halt laid him, Then faith he to Thomas, Reach
and I will take him away, 16 hither thy finger, and behold my
]cfus faith unto her, Mary.
But hands ; and reach hither thy hand,
She turned her felf, and faith unco and put unto my (ide; and be noc
him, Rabboni, which is to fay, faithlcfs, buc believing. 28 Tho
Lord, Mailer. 17 Jefus faith unto mas anfwered and faid unto him,
her, Touch me noc : for
I have My Loidj and my God. 19 Jcfus
not yet afcended to the Father faith unto him, Becaufe thou halt
-.\

Go therefore to the brethren, and feen me, ihou halt believed bleffed :

I afcend unto my are they that have not ken, and
fay unto them,
Father and your Father, and my have believed. 30 Moreover many
God and your God. 18 Mary other figns did Jefus in the prefence
cometh and telleth his of his difciples, which are noc writ
Magdalene
thac (he had feen the ten in this book. 3 1 But thefe
ciikiples,
Lord, and declared to them what are written, that ye might believe
he had faid to her. 19 The fame that Jefus Chrift is the Son of God,
the and that believing ye
tiay therefore at evening, being might have
day of the week, and when eternal lite in
rirft his name.

she doors were (hut, where the di XXI. After thele things, He
fciples
were for fear of the Jews, (hewed himfelf again to his difci-
came Jelus and flood in the midfi, ples at the fea of Tiberias ; Bu:
and faith unto them, Pescc be unco thus (hewed he hiwfeif: a There
you. 2.0 And when he hid fo were together Sinoon Peter, and
faid, he (hewed bit hands and his Thomas called Didymus, ad Na-
Hide to them. His diiciples there thanael, who was of (ana in Gali
fore were glad when they faw the lee, and the fons of Zebcdee, and
lord. 2i He therefore faid to two other of his difciples. 3 Si-
be unto you : tr.on Peter faith im.o thefe, I
again, Peace
t!>em
go
as the Father hath fent me,
evenja fifhing. They fay
unto him, We
11 Wnen he faid alfo They went
fa lend I you go with thce.
this, he breathed on them, and faith forth, and entered into a (hip :
unto them, Receive ye the Holy and that night they caugh: nothing.
Choft. 43 Wbofe foever fins ye 4 But when the
morning was now
/kail remit, they are remitted unto come, Jelus flood on the (bore s
them : whofe foever ye (ball retain, However the knew noc
difciples
they a e retained.
f
24 Bui Tho- rhat it is Jefus. 5 Jefus therefore
ma*, one of trie twelve, called faith unto them, Chiidsen, have ye
Didymus, was not with them when any food ? They anfwered him,
Je fu* came. 15 The other diici No. 6 But he faid unto them,
ples
therefore faid unto him, thai Cat! the net on the fide of
right
We have iecn the Lord. But he the (hip. and ye (hall find. And
faid unto them, Except I (hall fee they caft, and now they were not
.is; hi? hands the print of the nails, able to draw ii for the multitude
of
According to John,
of fifties- 7 Therefore that difci- Jon of John, loveft thou
me? Pe
ple whom Jefus loved, laith un:o ter was becau(e he faid un
grieved,
Peter, your Lord.
I When Si to him the third rime, Loveft thou
is

mon Peter therefore heard that it is me ? He faith unto him, Lord, thou
the Lord, he girc his upper gar knowett all men ; thou knowelt
ment about him, for he was naked, that I love thee. He faith unta
and into the fea. 8 But him, Feed my fheep. 18 Verily ve
leaped
the other difciples came in a little rily I fay unto thee, When thou

fhip,
for they were not far from waft young, thou girdedft thy felf
land, but as it were two hundred and walkedft whither thou would-
cubits, dragging the net with fifties. eft: but when thou (halt be okf,
9 Whentherefore they were come thou (halt Uretch forth thy hands,
to land, they faw a fire of coals lying and others (hall gird thee, and
there, and fil h laid thereon, and carry thee away whither thou
bread. 10 Jefus faith unto them. wouldft nor. 19 But thefe things
what death
Bring of the fifties which ye have fpake he, Signifying by
now caught. 1 1 Simon Peter wen: he fhould glorifie God. And when
things, he faith
thefe
up, and drew the net to land, full he had fpoken
of great fifties, hundred and unto him, Follow me.
an 20 Hue
fif
y and three
r
and altho there Peter turning about, feeth the di-
:

were fo many, yet was not the net fciple whom Jefus loved, follow
broken. 12, Jefus faith unto them, ing ; whoalfo leaned on his breaft
Come, dine. But none of the di- at fupper, and faid unto him, Lord,
fciples durft ask him, Who art who is he that betrayeth thee {
thou ?
knowing that it is the Lord. 11 Jefus unto him, If I will
faith

13 Jefus cometh and taketh bread, chac he remain thus until I come,
and giving thanks he gave ft to
what is that to thee * Follow
them, and fifh likewife. 14 This is thou roe. 13 This faying therefore
now the third time that Jefus ihewed went out unto the brethren, and
himfelf to his difciples, fince he they fuppofed that that difciple
was rifen from the dead. 1 5 When Ihould not die. And Jefus faid not*
therefore they had dined, Jefus than Thou (halt not die : but If I
faid :o Simon Peter,Simon fun of will that he tarry till I

John, loveft thou me more than // that to thee ? 24 This is the
thefe * efus faith unto who teftirieth of thefe
? Jefus him, difciple
L rd Yes
things,
and wrote thefe things :
thou
knoweftthat I love and we know that his teftimony is
thee. Jefus faich unto him, Feed true, z^ But there are alfo many
my fheep. 16 the Lord faun. to other things which Chrift Jefus did,
him the fecond time, Simon fan ol rhe which if they fhould be writ
John, lovclt thou me ? He faich ten every one, I fuppofe that even
unto him, Yes, Lord; thou knoweft the world it felf could not contain
that I love thee. He fairh unto the books that fhould be written.
him.) Feed my (heep. 17 He faith
Unto him the third time, Simon

fbe Go/pel according to John is finijhed :

$be Go/pel according to LUKE begins,

I The
According to Luke;

The Gofpel according to LUKE,
fear fell vpon him. And the
CHAP. I.
angel faid unto him,
1

Fear nor Za-
3

Orafmuch as many have taken charias : for thy prayer is heard ;
I in hand to fet forth in order and thy wife Elifabeth fhall bear
name
a declaration of thofe things of a fon, and thou (halt call his
which we have the fulleft evidence. John. 14 And thou (halt have
* Even they delivered them un joy and gladnefs, and many (hall
as
to us, who from the beginning 16 For he
rejoyce ac his birth.
were eye witnefles, and flniniftefs (hall be great in the fight of the
ef the v/ord : 3 Ic feemed good Lord, and fhall drink neither
to me alfo, haying had perfeft un- wine nor tirong drink and he fhall ;

derOanding of ail things from the be filled wich the Holy Ghof t, e-
very firft, to write umo thee in or- ven from his mothers womb. 16
der, molt excellent Theophilus, And many of the children ot Ifrael
4 That thou might ft know the fhall he turn to the Lord their God.
Certainty of thofe things wherein 17 And he fhall go before him in
thou haft been cacechifed. the fpirit and power of Elias, to
was in the days of turn the hearts of the fathers to
$ HpHERE
1 Herod the king of Judea, the children, and the difobedienc
a certain prieft name Z-acbarias, of co the wifdom of the juft, to make
the courfe of Abia : and his wife ready a people prepared for the
was of the daughters of Aaron, Lord, i 8 And Zacharias faid un
and her name was Elifaberh. 6 to the angel, Whereby fhall I
Now they were both righteous know this? for I am an old man,
before God, walking in all th- com- and my wife advanced in her day*.
mandmenrs, and orriinancts of che 19 And the angel anfwering faid
lord, blamelcfs. 7 And they unto him, \ am Gabriel that (land
had no child, becaufe Eliiabeih in rVe prefence of God : and am
1

was barren ; and boih were fent to fpeak unto thee, and to fhew
advanced in their days. 8 Now thee thefe glad tjdings. zo And
it came to behold, thou thai; be filenr, and
pafs, that while he exe
cuted the prietts office before
God not able to fpeak, until the day
in the order of his courfe, 9 Ac hac thefe things Ihall be perform

cording to the cuftom ol the pridli ed, becaufe thou believedft not my
office, his lot was to burn incenfe words, which fhall be fulfilled in
\ybcn he went inro the temple o! their feafon. 21 And the people
God. 10 And the whole multi waited for Zachariag, and marvel
tude of the people were praying led that he tarried fo long in the
withnut, a; the hour of incenfe. temple, zz And when he came
i! B^r there appeared unto him out, he could not fpeak unto them :
an angel of the Lord, landing on and they
perceived that he had
the
right fide of the altar of in- ft en a vifion in the temple for he :

cenfe n And when Zacharias beckned unto and remained them,
i~4iy hlm y he was troubled, and
fpeechlef*
According to Luke.
fpeethlefs 23 And ic came to 38 And Mary fald, Behold the
According to Luke.
with her three months, and return- holy prophets, who have beenfince
ed to her own houfe. 57 Now the world bagan ; 71 Salvation
Elifabets full time came, that fhe from the hand of our enemies, and
frould be delivered ; and fhe of all that hate us. 72- To per-

brought forth a fon. 58 And her form the mercy to our fathers, to
neighbours and her kinstolks heard
remember his holy covenant : 75
bow the Lord had magnifyed his The oarh which he fware to our
mercy to her ; and they rejoyced father Abraham, 74 To grant
with her. $9 And it came to pafs, unto us, that we being delivered
tha: on the eight day they came to out of the hands of our enemies,
ciicuujcite the child ; and they ,
might ferve him without fear, 75
called him, after the name of his, In holinefs and righteoufnefs be-
father, Zachariai. 60 And his |
fore him, all our days. 76 Bu:
mother anfwered and faid, No, child, ftialt be called the
but his name {hall be called prophet of the Higheli : for chou
John. 61 And they faid unto her, (halt go before the face of the Lord,
That there isnone of thy kindred to prepare hb ways ; 77 To give
that is called by this name. 61 knowledge of lalvation unto his
And they made figns to his father, people, in the remiiTion of their
what he would have him called. 63 (in s 78 Through the bowels of the
.

And he atked for a writing-table, mercy of our God ; whereby the
and wrote, His name is John. And day-fpring from on high hach vi-
his tongue was loofed And they (ited us, 79 To enlighren them
:

marvelled all. 64 And his mouth that fit in darknefs, and in the
was opened, and he fpake, praifing fhsdow of death, to guide our feet
God. 65 And great fear came on into the way of peace. 80 Now
all that dwelt round about him ; the child
grew, and waxed ftrong
and all thefc faying* were publick- in fpirit, and was in the deferts
ly talked of abroad throughout all till the day of his {hewing into
the hill-country of Judea. 66 And Ifrael.
all
they that heard it laid it up in II. Now it came to pafs in thofe
their hearts, faying, What then days, that there
went out a decree
fhall this child be ? For the hand frooi Cefar Auguftus, that all the
of the Lord WAS aHo with him. world |
fhould be enrolled. %
67 And his father Zacharias t This firft enrolment was made
was.
filled with the Holy Ghoft, and when Cyrenius was president of
prophefied, 68 Blefled be the Syria, 3 went to And all

Lord, the God of Ifrael, for he be enrolled, one into his ever)?
hath vitlted and redeemed his* countrey. 4 And Jofeph alfo went
people, 69 And hath raifed an up from Galilee, our of the city
horn of ialvarion for us, in the of Nazareth, into the land of Juda,
houfe of David his fervant ; 70 unto the city of David, which is
A* h,e fpake by the mourh of his called Bethlehem : $ To be en
rolled

$ Read the text tbu;, from the knswn kiftwy in Jofephus
Tmullian This riift enrolment was made when Saturninu! ,
when Cyrsniyb was prefiden: of Syria,
According to Luke.
rolled witb Mary who was efpouled And the fbepherds
returned, glori-
to him being great with child
; ying and praifing God f n all the -,

becaufe he was of the houfe and things chat they had heard andfeen,
family of David.
But when they as it was told unto them, it And
were come thither the days were when eight days were accomplifhed
that (he fhould be which were ior the circumciling of
accompliihed
- delivered. 7 And (he brought forth the child, his name was named
her firlt-born fon, and wrapped him JESUS, which was fo called of
in fwadling clothes, and laid him the angel before he was conceived
in a manger, becaufe there was no in his mothers womb. 2,2. And
room for them But when the days of the purification
in the inn. 8
there were in this it felf,
according to the law of
country fhep-
herds abiding in the field, keeping Mofes, were accompliihed, they
the night vvarches over their flocks. brought him to Jerufalem to prefenc

9 And Jo, the angel of the Lord ikim to the Lord, 2,3 As it is writ-
came upot* them, and a glory (hone ten in the law of the Lord, that
!

round about them ; and they were Every male which opcneth the
fore afraid. 10 And the angel womb fhall be called holy to the
faid unto them, Fear not for be- Lord,
:
zq And to offer afacrifice,
hold, I bring you good tiding^ of according to what is faid in the law
great joy, and it fhall be to all |0f the Lord,
A pair of turtle-doves*
people, n
For unto you is born or two young pigeons. 15 And
this day, in the city of David, a there was a man in Jerufalem, whofe

Saviour, who his Chrift the Lord. name Symeon and this man v>a$
>

ii And lee this be a fign unto vas jutt and devout, expeding the
;
Ye ihall find the babe wrap- confolation of Ifrael : and the Ho
y>u

ped in fwadling clorhes, in a ly Ghott was upon him. z6 And .

manger. 13 And fuddenly there jic was revealed unto him by the
was with the angel a multitude of; Holy Ghoft, that he fhould not fee
the hott of Heaven, praifing God, dearh before heftiould fee the Lords
and faying, 14 Glory to God in Chrift. 17 And he came in the
thehighelt, and on earth peace, a- fpirit
unto the temple: and when the
mong men of
good 15 And parents brought in the child Jefus,
will. !

it came to the angel wen: that they might do
as
pals, concerning
away from them into heaven, the! him, after the cuftom of the law,
men who were fhepherds faid one Us Then he rook him up in his
now go even un- arms,and blefled God, and faid, 2.9
to another* Let us
to Bethlehem, and fie this
thing Lord,
now let:eft thouthy fervanc
which is come to pafs, which the depart in peace, according to thy
Lord hath made known unto uj. word. 30 For mine eyes have
16 And they came with hafte, and feen thy falvation : 31 Which
found Mary and Jofeph ; and the chou haft prepared before the face
babe lying in a manger. 17 And of all
people: 31 A light for a
when they had feen him, they made revelation to the Gentiles and
known abroad the faying whicb wa^ the glory of thy people IfraeL
fold cbtm
concerning the child. iS 33 And his father and mother
And all they tha: heard, wondred ntarvelied at thofe things which
at thofe
things which were cold
vere fpokcn ot h:m. 34 And
ihcm by the (hepherds. 19 Bur bleflid trum, and faid un-
Mary key all thcfe thing:, anr Mary his motr er j Bt-ho!d t ih?9
pondered ir.cm in her ^;r. :
21 >

is fct for the tall and for the

rifing
According to Luke.
nang again of many in Ifrael ; ftanding and anfwer?. 48 And
-ud Tor a
fign which Oiall be con- when they (aw him, they were a-
sradi&ed. 35 But a: fword (hall mazed
and his mother faid unto
pierce through chy own
foul alfo ; him, Sbn why haft thou done thus
*
that the reafonings of many hearts to us behold, thy father and I
may be revealed. 36 And Anna a have fought thce Borrowing, and
of Phanuel, troubled. un
prophetefs, the dughcer 49 Jcfus faid
ofthe tribe of Afer; was advanced co them, How is it that ye fought
inmany days, having ; lived with an me ? knew ye not that I muft be
husband feven yeare from her vir in my Fathers houfe ?
50 But
ginity
:
37 And (he was a widow
undei flood not the faying they
ot eighty and four years old
: who which he (pake unto them. 51,
departed not trom temple, And he went down wirh them,
the

ferving with failings and prayers!
to Nazareth, and was
fubjeft unto
night and day. 38 And coming in them : And his mother kept all i

the fame hour (he gave thank* un- thcfe fay ings in her heart. 52,
10 God, and fpake of him to all And Jefus increafed in wifdom,and
them that expected redemption in future, and in favour with God,
Jerufalem. 39 And when they (and wirh men
had peiformcd all things accord III. Now in the fifteenth
year of
of the
ing to the law of the Lord, they reign of Tiberius Cefar,
returned unto Galilee, unto their Pontius Pilate being procurator of
own city Nazareth : as it was Judea,and Herod being tetrarch of
fpoktn by the prophet, He (ball Galilee. and his brother Philip
be called a Nazaiene, 40 Andltetrarch of Iturea, and of t- e re-
t .e child
grew, and waxed ftrong, gion of Trachonitis, and Lyfanias
filled with wifdom : and the
grace!
the tetrarch of Abilene, i Un-
of God was in him. 41 But hisjder the high prieft Annas; and
parents alfo went :o Jerufalem jCaiphas ; the word of God was
every year at the feaft of the paf- unto John, the fon of Zacharias in
fover. 41 And when he was the wildernefs. 3 And he came in
twelve years old, his parents went to all the country about Jordan,
up, having him with them, after preaching he baptifm of repentance, t

the cuftom ot the feaft of unleavened for the i cmiiTion of (ins ; 4 As it is
}

bread: 45 And when they had written In the book of the words :

ftnifoed the day?, as they returned, of Eiaias the prophet, ;
The voice
ibe child ]efus tarried behind in,of one ciying in the wilderncfs,
Jerufakra ; and his parents knew ,

Prepare ye the way ot the Lord,
it not. 44 And him make your paths
ftraight. ^ Every
fuppofing
19 have been in the company, they valley (hall be filled, and every
went a. day* journey ; and fought mountain and hill (hall be brought
him among their kinsfolk and ac- ow; and the crooked fhall be made
quainrance* 4$ And when they Uiaight, and the rough ways fhall
found kim not, they returned to be rnadcfmoo:h i 6 And all ficlh
Jciufjleni, fcekinghim. 46 And (hall fee the falvation of the Lord.
it came :o pafs, that after thiee 7 But he faid to the muhuude.thac
J,:y*ihey found him in the temule, came forth to be baptized be! ore
viper*, who hath
in the midit of the doctor, him, ye brood of
ficeing
foeafing them, an-d
akin* them ihcwed you to flee from the wrath
47 And all that heard o come ? 8 Bring forth there-
f
;i lions,
ji.

$>iOi were alinij"hed at his under- tore ffuic worthy of lepc.-rance,
and
According to Luke,:
According to Luke-,
Of Ochosias, of
Of Joram, Of Er.
Of Jofaphad, Of Jofet.
Of Afaph, Of Eliezer.
Of Abiud, Of Jon m.
Of Roboam, Of Matthaf.
Of Solomon, Of Levi.
Of David. Of Symeon.
Of Jefifai, Of Judas.
Of Obed, Of JoCtph.
Of Boos. Of Jonan.
Of Salmon, Of Eliakint.
Of Naaffon, Of Meiea.
Of Aminadabj Of Mainan.
Of Aram, Of Mattatha.
Of Afrom, Of Nathan.
Of Phares, Of David.
Of Judas, Of Jefai.
Of Jacob. Of Obed.
Of Ifaac. Of Booz.
Of Abraam. Of Salmon:
Of Thara. Of
Of Nachcr. fr
Of Serac. of
Of Ragau. Of Efrom.
Of Phakc. Of P hares.
Of fiber. Of Judas.
Of Sala. Of Jacob.
Of ArphaxaJ, Of Ifaac.
Of Sem. Of Jbraatn.
Of Noe. Of Thara.
Of Lamec. Of Nachor.
Of Maihufaia. Of Sarueh.
Of Ainoch. Of Ragau.
Of Jaied. Of Phalec;
Of Maleleel, Of Eber.
Of Cain an, Of Sal a.
Of Ainos, f .
Of Serb. Of Sent.
Of Adam. Of Me;
Of God, Of Lamesh.
Of Mathufal*.
Of Enoch.
Of Jflred.

Of MaldeeL
Of Cainan.
Of Enos.
Of Seth.

Of Adam. Eve.
Of Got.

IV. And jefus being full of the tempted of Satan ; and in thofe

Holy Ghoft, returned from Jordan, days he did eat nothing and when :

and was led by the ipim into the they were ended, he hungred. $
wildernefs, a l^cirg fcrty day? But the devil fatd unto him, If t
According to Luke^
Chou be the Son of God, fpeak, preach the gofpel to
I the poor. _

that thefe (ioncs may be made to preach deliverance to the cap-
j

loaves. 4 And
Jefus anfwering, tives, and recovering cf fight to
faid, written, Man fhall the blind, to fet ac liberty them that:
Ic is

not live by bread aione, buc by are bruifed, 19 To preach the
every word of God. 5 And He acceptable year of the Lord. 2,0
taking him up into a very high
And having clofed the book, he
mountain, file wed unco him all gave ft
again to the minifter, and
the kingdoms of the world in a mo- fat down : and the eyes of all that:
j

ment of time. 6 And the devil were in the fynagogue were taiined j

faid unto him, give thee all!
I will on him. zi But he began to fay
this power and the elorv of them ; unto them, that This day ihisfcrip-
j
*
/" * 1 /* 1 *"*
1 I *

for that is delivered unto me, and ture is fulfilled in your ears. 22,

to whomfoever I will, I give it. him witneCs, and And all bare
7 If thou therefore wile worfhip wondred ac the words of grace
before me, all (hall be thine. 8 And which proceeded out of his mouth.
Jefus anfvvered and faid unto him, And they faid, Is not this Jofeph s
It is written, Thou (halt
worfhip fon ? 23 And he faid unto them,
the Lord thy God, and him only Ye will furely fay unto me this
(halt thou fcrve. 9 And he brought proverb, Phyfician, heal thy felf :
him to Jerufalem, and fet him on whatfoever we have heard done in
a pinnacle of the temple, and faid Capharnaum do alfo here in thy
unto him, If thou be the Son of country. 24 And he faid, Verily,
God, caft thy lelf down from verily I fay unto you, that No
hence. 10 For it is written, that accepred in his own prophet is

He (hall charge his angels con 2$ I tell you of a truth, country.
cerning thee, to keep thee. n
many widows were in Ifrael in the
And that in their hands they (hall days of Elias, when the heaven was
bear thee up, left at any time thou (hue up for three years and (is
dafh thy foot againfta (lone, months, when great famine was
And Jefus anfwering, faid unto him, throughout ail the land : 26 Buc
that it is written, Thou lhalt not unto none of them was Elias lent,
ternpt the Lord thy God. 13 And fave unto Sarepta of Sidonia, unto
when the devil had ended all the a widow woman. 27 And many
temptation, he departed from him lepers were in Ifrael in the time of
for a time.14 And Jefus returned Elifeus the prophet : and none of
in the
power of the fpiric unto them was cleanfed, faving Naaman 3
Galilee and a fame went
: out of the Syrian, 28 But all they in the
him through all the region round fynagogue, when they had heard
about. 15 And
he taught in the thefe things, were filled with wrath,
Synagogues, being glorified of all. 29 And rofe up, and thrutt him ouc
16 But he came to Nazareth, of the city, and led him unto the
where he had been brought up and : brow of the hill whereon their city
As the cu (torn was, he wenc into was might catt him
built, that they
the fynagogue on the fabbath day, down headlong. 30 But he
and flood up co read. 17 And the parting through the midft
of them a

prophet Efaias was delivered unto wenc away 31 And came down :

him and when he had opened /V, to Caphamaum a city near the/ea,
;

he found the place where it was in the borders ot Zabulon and
written, 18 The fpirit of rhe Nephthaliro, and taught them on
Lord is upon me, becaufe he the fahbaths, 32 And they were
anointed me ;
I am fern to aftoniihed c his doftrine : for his
K word
According to Luke;
word was with power. 3 3 And it came to paf , that a
But in V. :

the fynagogue there was a man who the people preffed
upon him tohear
had an unclean dcemon, and cried the word of God, he was
(landing
out with a loud voice, 34 Saying, by the lake of
Gennefaret, a And
What have we to do with thee, faw twofhips (landing by the lake;
thou Jefus of Nazareth ? arc thou but the rKhcrmen were
gone out of
come to deftroy us here ? I know them, and wafhed their ners.
3
thee who thou art the holy One And he encred into one
;
fhip which
of God. 3$ And Jefus rebuked was Simons, and prayed him that
him, faying, Hold thy peace, and he would thurft out a
very little
come out of him. And when the from che land and he fat down and
:

daemon had thrown him in the taught the multitude in the
fhip.
midft and cried out, he came ouc 4 But when he had lef;
fpeaking,
of him, and did him no hurt. 36 he faid unio Simon, Lanch out into
And they were all greatly amazed, che deep, and let down your nets
and fpake among chemfelves, fay for a draught. But Simon an-
<

ing, What a word is this ? tor
ftvering laid unto him, Matter,
xvith
authority and power he com- we have toiled all the
nighr, and
mandeth the unclean fpirits, and have taken nothing: ncvenhelefs
they come ou:. 37 And the a: thy word I will notdifobey. 6
Tumor concerning him, went out And when they had
prefently let
into every
place of thecountry down their nets, they enclofed a
round about. 38 And
he arofe great multitude of fifh.es ; info-
ouc of the much
fynagogue, and came that their nets brake. 7 And
into Simon and Andrews houfe :
they beckned unto their partners,
and Simons wifes mother was taken in the other fhip, that
they fhould
with a great fever ; and And they
they be- come and help them.
fouohihim for her. 39 And he came, and filled both the (hips, fo
flood over her, and rebuked the that
they alrnoft funk. 8 But when
fever, and it left her immediately, Simon faw /f, he fell down to his
in fo much that fce arofe and mi- feet beieech thee
faying, I Deparc
niffred unto them.
40 Now when from me, for I am a finful man, O
the fun was fet, all 9 For he was adonifhed,
they that had Lord.
any fick with divers difeafes, at the draught of the fifh.es which
brought them unto him and he they had taken
r 10 But his par :

lairl bis hands on
every one, and tners were James and John the fons
healed them. 41 But daemons alfo of Zebedee. But he faid unto them,
came out of many, crying out, come and be not fifhers of fifh,
and faying, Thou art the Son of for 1 will make you Hfticrs of men.
God. And he rebuking them, fuf- 1 1 But when they had heard this
fercd them not to for they they left all
fpeak :
upon the land, and
knew rhac he wasChrift. 41 And followed him. And it came to n
when ic was day, he departed and pafs, when he was in ORC of the
went into a deferc place and the cities, behold, a leprous man who
: :

people fought him, and came unto feeing Jefus, fell on hit face, fay
him, and flayed him, rhac he fhould ing, Lord, if thou wilt, thou
noc depart from them. 43 But canft make me clean.
13 But he
he faid unto them, that I forth flit hand, and touched
muftj put
preach the kingdom of God in other! him, faying, I will Be thou clean.
cities alfo : for therefore ami fcnt. And
immediately he was cleanfed.
44 And he preached in the lyna. 14 And he charged him to tell no
g^ues of Galilee. one but Jand fhevv thy
go away,
According to Luke.
felt to the prieft, and offer for thy O o unto thine houfe. And im 2,<j

according
as Mofes. mediately he rofe up before them,
cleaning,
that it may be a teiti- and took up hia bed, and departed
commanded,
he went our co his houfe, glorifying God. z6
mony unto you. Bun
And they were filled with dread,
and began to proclaim and ipread
the fame of the matter ; in fo much
. We have Teen ilrange things
that he could not openly enter in to day. 2.7 And coming again
:he fea, he taught the muidcuda
to the city ; buc he was without in
came toge chat followed him ; and parting by
defert places; and they
came again he faw Levi, the fon of Alphsus,
ther unto him. And he
Eat To much at the receit ot" cudorn : and he faith
to Capharnaum. i<>

me. 2,8 And
the more went there a tame abroad unto him, Follow
multitudes came he left roie up, and followed
of him and great
:
all,

hear, and to be healed him. 19 And Ltvi made him a
together :o
of iheir infirmities. 16 And he treat in his own houfe : and
great
into the defert there was a great company ot pub
withdrew himfelf
licans, and of others
that fa: down,
and prayed. 17 And it
places and icribes
came to pat s on one ot the days, 30 And the Pharifees
as he was reaching, the Pharifees murmured to hi* difciples, faying,

and drink with
and teachers of the law caroetogc- Why do ye eat
were come and (inner?. 31 But Jefus
t ier, now they toge publicans
faid unto them. They
ther out every village of anfwering,
of
to be healed. 18 chat are well need not aphyhdan:
Galilee,andjudea,
1 came
And behold, men brought in a bed but they that are lick. 31
a man who wasa and not to call the righteous, but (inncrs
:

paralyuck But they faid
to bring him in, and to repentance. 3 5
they fought
And unto do the difciples of Why
to lay klm before him. 19 him,
make prayer?,
when they did not find what way John fa ft otren, and
becaufe and the di ciples of the Pharifees ,
r
him in,
they might bring
do none of thefe
of the multitude, they went upnn but thy difciples
unto
the houfe-top, and taking away the things. 34 But Jefus faid
he down them, Can the children ot the bride-
tiles where wag, they let

rhe couch, with the paralytick,
chamber fait, fo long as they have
20 che bridegroom with rluva ? 35
into the midft before Jefus.
And when their faith, he But the days will come, when
Jefus faw
the (hall be rakcti a-
faith unto the paralytick, Man, thy bridegroom
fins are z i And the way from them, then {hall they faff,
forgiven.
But he fpake alfo
(cribesand the Pharifees began to in chofe days. 36
reafon, faying in their hearts,
what a parable unto them, No man
man I peak, .11renteth a piece
from a new gar-
does {.Ills
GOCs this Uldll Uici
JCdIVj blafphemie
pii.iiiiwa
I <-

and an old
Who can forgive fins but God a-|ment putteth it upon
both
zz But Jefus knowing! one if other wile, then
th<
:
lone?
their reafoninss,^ he anfwered and! new will make a rent, and tne piece
f * - f - **.!. **(* rlinA fT t*M
that was taken out of the new, will
*--rT, . _ , ! I

faith unto them, Why reafon
And
wicked
w.LK.cutu.,1^.,.
things your heart^
in v .- ? ^
- 3 noc agree with
.
.
the old. 37
wine into old
Whether is eaiier to fav, Thy fins no one puctech new
elfe the new wine will
are forgiven, or to fay, R.ife itld bottles;
.. .11 ~\~~ ~U U^M-lf>c anrl hfi
be inil ed.
t
and
walk ? ZA But that ye may know burft the old bottles,
i
ipil.ed,
and bottles will per.lh. 38
that the Son of man hath power che
new wine into new
uponearrbto forgive fins, he faith But they put
unto the paralytick I fay unto thee, botcfes 5 and they are
Arife, and cake up thy couch, and
According to LukeJ
VI, And ft came to pafs on the it came to pafs in thofe days, thai
fiHUabbath alter the fecond day of he went one into a mountain to
the that he went through pray, and continued all
night in
the corn-fields : But his difciples an Oratory of God^ And
13
began to pluck the ears ot corn, when it was day, he called unto
and did ear, rubo;,)g with thsir him his
difciples : and of them he
hands. z But: certain of the chofe twelve, whom alfo he called
Phanfees faid unto him, fee what Apoftles ; 14 Firft Simon whom
thy difciples do on the fabbath he alfo named Perer, and Andrew
which is not lawful. 3 Bu: Jefu his brother, and James, arid
John
anfwering faid unto them, Have his brother ; whom he alfo named
ye never read this, what David did, Boanerges, which is fons of Thun
when himfeif was an hungred, anc der : And Philip, and Bartholo
thofe with him 4 How he went mew, 15 And Matthew, and Tho
:

imo the houle of God, and did mas, who was alfo called
Didymus ^
eat the {hew- bread, and
gave alfo and James the fin of Alpheus, and
10 thesj that were with him, which Simon called Zelotes, 16 And
is not lawfifl to eat but for the Judas the of James, and Judas
fin
priefts alone ? 5 On the fame Scarioth, who alfo was the traitor.
day teeing one working on the fab- 17 And he came down with them
bath, he faid unto him, Man, If and flood in a plain place, and the
thou knoweti what thou doeft,
company of his difciples, and a
thou arc blefied Bue if thou doft great multitude of people out of
:

not know thou art curfed, and art all Judea and other cities, and
a
tranfgrcHor of the law, 6 And rom che fea coaft of Tyre and Si-
when he entered
again into the don, who came to hear him, and
fynagogue on the fabbath, there to be healed of their difeafes ; 18
as a man who had a withered And
-xv
they that were vexed with
hand, 7 The fcribes and Phari- unclean fpirits were healed. 19
ices warched him, whether he And the whole multitude foughc
would hea!,that they
might find :o touch him : for there went vir-
to accufe him. 8 But he
knowing ue out of him, and healed all. zo
their thoughts, faitn to the man And he
again lifted up his eyes upon
which had the withered hand, Rife the
difciples, and faid, BlciTed are
and lUnd in the midlr. And ye pmr : for yours i the king
he and (bad up.
arofe, 9 But dom of God. a, i Blefled aye yo

hunger now
unto them, I ask you, Is that
J-jfus fa id for ye (hall be
:

it iawiui on the fabbath to do filled, ii Blefled are ye when
good, or to do evil ? to fave life, men ihall hate you, and when they
i

or 10 detlroy ft* But
they held flu 11 feparate you, and (hall re-
|

their peace. 10 And
looking round iproachjfoa, and caft out your name
aboir. upon them all, in
anger, he as evil, for the Son of mans fake,
I

faith unto the man, Stretch forth
13 Rejoyce ye in that day, and
Shy hand. And he Breeched it forth ;j leap for joy ; becaufe your reward
and his hand was reftored whole;//
great in heaven In the :
lil$e"

asthe other alfo. And he faid unto manner did r-heir fathers unto the

2,4 But wo unco you
them, that the fon of man is Lord prophets, i

alfo of rhe fabbarh. 1 1 And they that are rich: for ye have received
were filled with madnefs ; and your confolation. z^ Wo unto
reafoned one with anoche -, how you that are full: for ye fhall
tl^ey rriigh,;: dsftroy hiip, ia An^; burger. Wo uaco you chat laugh
According to Luke.
mourn and weep, matter but every one that it
n6w for ye (hall :

z6 Wo unto you when all men perfeft fhall be as his mafter. 41
fhall fpeak well to you In like And why beholdeft thou the mote
:

manner did their fathers to the that is in thy brothers eye, but
falfe prophets. 17 But I fay un perceived not the beam that is in
hear, Love ene- thine eye Either how canft
you which
to you wiu^ **vwij *-vw%* your
jvvt j
? 42,
hate thou fay to thy brother, Lee me
mies, do good to them that
: 28 Blefs them than curfe pull out the mote that is in thine
you
for them which defpite- eye ; and behold a beam is in
1

you, pray
fully ufe you. 19 And unto him thine eye ? Thou hypocrite, caft
j

that fmiteth thee on the one cheek, lout firit the beam out of thine
ftialt thou fee clear-
offer alfo to him the other: and eye, and then
from him that taketh to out the more out: of thy
away thyjly pull
cloke, toibid noc thy coat
alfo.|
45 A good tree
brothers eye.
Give to everyone that asketh .bringeth not forth corrupt fruits:
i ^i-..*. ^-.1-^.u -
t *.U*%.. J^t-U * /*rtniT rr/^A ft fr*t*?n<T

thee ; and of him that taketh a neither doth a corrupt tree bring
/"

way thy goods, require them not forth good fruits* 44 Every tree
is known by its own fruit for of
31 And as ye would thac
:
aoain.
men (hould do to you 3 do ye alfo thorns figs are not gathered, nor
a bramble gather they grape?.
to them. 32, For
if
ye love them of
who love you, what thank have 4$ A good man out of the good
forth
ye? for finners alfo do this. 33 treafure of his heart, bringeth
And if ye do good to them who good f An evil ir.an bringeth forth
do good to you, what thank have evil for out of the abundance of :

alfo do the fame. the heart his mouth fpeaketh, 4$
ye ? for finners
to me Lord, Lord,
34 And if ye lend to them of And why fay ye
whom ye hope to receive, what and do not the things which I
thank have ye ? for finners alfo lend fay ? 47 Whofoever" cometh to
co finners, :o receive again. 35 me, and heareth my fayings,
and
JBut love ye your enemies, and do doth them, I will fhew you to

good; and lend, defponding
no whom he is like 48 He is like a:

: and your reward fhall be man who built an houfe, and digged
thing
great,
and ye ihall be the children deep, and laid the foundation upon
of the Higheft: for he is kind un a rock but when the flood : arofe>

to the unthankful, and the evil. the dream beat vehemently upon
that houfe, and could not fhake
36 Be ye merciful, as your Fa
37 Judge it for it was founded upon
a rock.
ther alfo is merciful. :

that noc be But he that heareth and doth
not, ye may judged 49 :

condemn not, that yc may not be not, is like a man that without a
condemned : and yclhall foundation built an houfe upon the
forgive,
which the ftreaoi
be forgiven 38 Give, and it fhall ground, againtt
:

be given unto you ; good meafure, did beat vehemently, and it fell*
prellcd down, fhaken together,
and the iuin oi ;nac houfe was
running over, fhall they give in great.
to your bofom. For with what VII. And it came to pafs when
measure ye meafure fhall be mea- he had ended fpeaking thefe words,
i And
furcd to you again- 39 Bur he he came unto Capharnaum.
who
fpake a parable unto them, Can a certain centurions fervanc,
the blind lead the blind ; fhall was honored by him, was fick and
not both fall into the ditch ? to die. 3
But when he
they ready
40 The is nor above the heard of JeCus, he fenc the elder?
difciple
Oi
According to Luke.
of the Jews, asking him that he
jrifen up among us; and, That God
would come and heal his fervant. hath viiiced his 17 And
people.
i

4 And when they came, they be- this tumor of him went forth in;

fought him earneilly, fay ing, That JuJea.and in all the region round
he was worthy for whom he fhould about. 18
Among whom alfo, it
do this. For he loveih our nation, came unto John the
<;

Baptift. 19
and hath built us a fynagogue. 6 Who alfo
calling unto him two of
But Jefus went with them- And his
difciples, faith, Go and unto fay
when he was now not far from the him, Arc ihou he that fhould
come,
houfe, the centurion fent friends or look we for another ? 20 And
to him, faying unto him, Lord, when the men were come
unto
trouble not thy felt, for 1 am not him, they faid, John the
Baptift
worthy that thcu fhouldft enter bath fent us unto
faying Arc
thee,
under roy roof. 7 But fay in a thou he rhat fhould
come, crlook
word, and my fervant fhall be heal- we for another * 2 And in that i

ed. 8 For I alfo am a man fee un- fame hour he cured
many of infir-
der authority,
having under me Cities and plagues, and of evil
foldier*, arid I fay unto one, Go, faints, and he mace the blind ro
and he gotth and to another, fee.
: 22 Then Jefus
anfwering,
Come, and be cometh and to my faid unto them, Go and tell John
:

fervant, Do this, and he doth it. what things your eyes have
feen,
9 When Jefu-. heard thefe things, and your ears have heard; that the
he marvelJed, and turned him a. blind fee, the lame
walk, the
bout, and faid unto the are cleanicd, and the deaf
people
that followed, veriiy I fay unto
hear, the dead arc raifed, the poor
you, I have never found fo great have the gofpel preached to them:
faith inlfiael. 10 And the fervaim z And blerTed is he whofoever
3
that were few, to the fhall not be fcandalized at me.
returning 24
houfe, found him recovered that And when the meilengers ol John
had beew lick, n
And the day were departed, he
began to fpeak
after, he went into a city called unto the multitudes
concerning
Nais ; his ad
difciples went with fohn, What went ye out into the
him, and sgreat multitude, iz wildernefs to fee ? A reed fhaken
But it came to pafs when he was with rhe wind ? 2 But what <

come nigh to the gate of the city, -vent
ye out to fee ? A man cloth-
there was one dead carried out, the din fofc raiment?
Behold, they
only fon of his mother, and fhe who are glorioufly apparelled, and
was a widow and much people ive
delicately, are in kings courts.
:

of the
city followed along with .6 But what went ye out to fee ?
fcer.
13 And when Jefus faw her, A prophet ? Yes, Yes, I lay unto you
he had
companion on her, andjand more than a prophet, For
atu uiuu
faid unto jjcr,
her, Weep net. 14 Anq
And there was no greater prophet of
vYetpnct.
he came and touched the bier, but thofe that were born of
women
the bearers itcod fiill , and he
faid, than John the Baptill 27 This
Young man, Young man, I fay un is he otwhora it is written, Behold, .

15 And he that I fend my meflenger before
to thee. Ailfe.
thy
was dead, fat
up and began to lace, who fhall prepare thy way.
fpeak and
: he gave him o hii 28 But I fay unto you. He that
mother. i(, And a fear fe^ .d on ii leaft in the k ngdom of God, is
them all thev God, greater than he. 29 And all the
fa v
ing Tut a
great piophet haih !
people chat heard chis, and the
publican?
According to Luke.
publicans juftified God,
- F
being bap- [43 Simon
f T I /-,
anfwered and (aid, t
* \ *

died with the baptifm of John. 30 fuppofe that he to whom he forgavfi
But thfe Fharifees and lawyers re- moft. And he fa id unto him
jetted the counfel God, being not Thou haft rightly judged. 44 And
baptized of him, 31 Whereamo he turned to the woman, and (aid
then (hall likeo the men of thi; unto Simon, Seefi thou this wo
I

generation and to what are they man $ I entred into thine hoiife,
?

like ? 32 They are like unto and thou gaveft me no water for m
Children fitting in the market, and feet but /he hath wafhed my feec :

calling to one another, faying, with tears, and wiped them with her
We have piped, and ye have not hairs. 45 Thou gaveft me no
danced we have mourned to you, kifs but this woman, fince the
:

and ye have not wept- 33 For time I came in, hath not ceafed to*
John the Baptiil canie neither eat kifs my feet. 46 Mine head with
ing, nor drinking ; and ye fay. oyl thou didft noc anoint bue :

He hath a daemon. 34 The Son this woman hath anointed it with
of man is come
eating and drink ointment. 47 Wherefore I fay
ing ; and ye fay, Behold, a glut unto thee, Many things are for
tonous man, and a wine bibber, a given her. 48 But he faid unto
friend of publicans and tinners. 35 icr, All thy lins are
forgiven. 49
But wifdom is jullified of her chil And they that fat down with him^
dren. 36 But one of the Phari- began to fay within themfelvef,
fees asked him, that he would eat Who is this
thatforgiveth finsalfo?
with him. And he went into the $o And he faid to the woman,
Pharifee s houfe and fat down 37 woman, Thy faith hath laved
;

And behold, a woman in the dry, thee ; go in
peace.
a (inner, when fte knew that he VIII. And it came to pafs af
was fat down in thePharifec s
hnufe, terward, that he went throughout
brought an alabafter box of oirit- every city and village, preaching^
menr, 38 And ftood behind him, and (hewing the glad tidings of
at his feec
weeping, and wafhed the kingdom of God and the .

his feet with tears, and wiped twelve rpsre with him j t Andcer-
them with the hair* of her head, and tain women who had been healed
fpiritsand infirmities, Mar
killed hisfeet,and zno intedthem with of evil
the ointment. 39 Now when the called Magdalencjouc ot whom had
Pharifee who had bidden, him, faw gone feven daemons, 3 And Joanna^
/, he fpake within h imfelf, faying, the wife of Chuza, Herods fie ward*
This rfian, if he were a prophet, and Sufanna, and man J others^
would have knov^n who, and what who alfo minHtred unto them of
manner of woman this it that their fubftance. 4 And When a
toucheth him for fhe is a finner. jreat multitude were come together,-
:

40 And Jifus anfwering, faid un and of thofe that wen: to him to 1

to him. Simon. I have ibmewhat the he fpake this parable to
cirj-j
to fay unto thee. And he faid, hem. 5 A fower went out to fow?
Mafier, fay on. 4 ! But he faid, feed and as he fowedyfome fetl by
:

There wa s a certain creditor, who the way fide, and it was troderu
had two debters: the one owed down, and rhe fowls devoured te
five hundred denarii, and the other .6 And other fell
upon a rock, and
42 When tkty had nothing when it was fprun g up, ft witherec ^
1
fif-y.

forgave bo h. Which of iSV/ay, bccaufe it lacked rnoifture;
to psry, hf
tfrerefbr- wiJIbvc^Vinoft.? ? And fbm? felling, mfdft o
L
According to Luke.
iiultitudc io But i: was told
thorns, and the thorns fprang up 7 hia>

with ic, and choked it, 8 And o- that Thy mother and :hy Brethren
ther fell on honelt and good giound, Hand without, iceking thee 5
and fprang up, and bare Iruh an And he anfwered and faid un:o
hundred-told, And when he faid tfeem, My mo her and my brethren
1
.

thefe things, he cried, He that areihefe which hear the word of
hath ears to hear, lee him hsar. God, and doit. 2,1 But it came
9 And his difciples a>ked him, to pate on one of the days that he
What may this parable ? 10 And went up into a fhip with his difci-
he faid, Unco you ic is given to p es and he faid unto them, Let :

know the mydenes of the kingdom us ^o over unto the other fide of
of God buc co other*
: in
parables
be ; the lake. And they lanched forth.
that feemg they may noc fee, and But as they failed, he fell
undeiiiand. aileep: and there came down a
hearing they may not
ii Now the parable is this ; The grea: (lorm of wind on ihe lake, and
feed is the word of God. 12, Thole they were filled vith wa:er, and
by the way-fide, arc they that fol were in jeopardy. 24 And they
low [then] cometh
: the deul, came to him, and awoke him, fay
and caketh the word out of their ing, Lord, Lord, we perifh. Then
heart*, left they fbould believe and he rofe, and rebuked the wind, and
be faved. 13 They on the rock, the waves of water and they :

when they hear, receive he word ceafed, and there was a calm. 15
with joy ; thefe have no root, who And he faid unto them, Where is
for a while believe, and in time oi your fakh ? And they being afraid,

temptation fall away. 14 And wondred, faying one ;o another,
that which fell
among thorns, aie What a man is this ? for he com-

they, who when
they have heaid, mandetheven the winds and water,
go forth, and are chicked with caree, and they obey him. 26 But they
liche?, and oleafurcs of life, and arrived at the counrry of the Cera-

>nngperUft 15 Buc fens which is over againft Galilee.
lhat on the good ground, are they, zy And they went forth to
who in a good heart, having heard land. And a man met him out of
the word of God, keep it, and the city, Who had demons a long
bring torth fruit wirh patience. time, and
ware no clothes, neither
26 Now No one whfn he hatr abode in an houfe, but in the tombs,
lighted a candle, cnvtreth it with zS When he faw Jefus, he cryed
a veifel,or putteih it under abed outj and with a loud voice faid}
but fet:crh it on a candleftick What have I to do with thee,
that they who enter in may fee the Thou Son ct the molt high ? I be-

lighr. 17 For nothing is fee ret feech thee torment me not. 19
thae {hall not be manileft : nei For, he fpake to the unclean
ther any thing hid, bur that i.ftial fpirir, Come out of the man. For
kt known, and become manifelt many times it had caught him for :

io Take heed therefore how ye he was kept bound with chains,
hear whofoever "hath, to him and fc tt-ri
: for and he brake the :

foa!l be
given and whofoevei band, , for he was driven of the
hath not, Jiom him ftiall be taken rkernon into the wilderncfs. 30
i

ven that which he fcemeth to| And Jefus a:ked him, faying, Wha:
have. 19 Now there, c.ime to is thy name? And he faid my
him his mother and ni brethren, rame i^Legion : for rl ere were many
and cowld not come at him for the demons 7.i And T^ey bcfoisghc
According to Luke.
him that he would not command one was able to cure, 44 Came*
rhem to o ouc into the sbys. 32.
and touched his
garment : and im-
And there was there an herd mediately her bloody flux lianched.
of

fwine feeding on the mountain ; 45 But Jefus knowing that virtue
JBut They befoughc him that they had gone out of him, asked Who

might enter into the fwine : And touched me? But when all denyed,
he fuffered them. 33 Then went Peter and thofe that were with him
the dasmons out of the man, and ftid, Mailer, the multitudes throng
entred into the fwine: but the hee and prefs thee, and rhou fayfi,
herd ran violently down a fteep who hath couched me ? 46 But he
one hath touched me : for
place into the lake, and were aid,fome
choked. 34 When they that fed I perceive that virtue is gone out
them faw what was done, they fled, of me. 47 And when che womaa
and told it in the city, and in the faw tha; (he was not conceald, fhe
country. 35 But when they went
came trembling, and falling down,
out ol the city and faw what was fhc declared before all the people,
done ; and came to Jefus, and found for what caufe fhe had touched
the dcemoniack, fitting at the feet him, and that fhe was healed im
of Jefus, in his right mind and mediately. 48 But he faid unto
clothed ; they were afraid. her, Daughter ; Thy faith hata
For They which faw iV, to d them healed thee, go in peace. 49 While
by whac means he that was pottered he wa yet fpcaking there came
of the daemons, was healed. 37 certain from [ .o] the ruler of (

But they country of Gcrafens the fynagogue faying to him, Thy
all, the
alfo asked Jefus to depart from daughter is dead; trouble not the
them ; for they were taken with Matter any farther. 50 When
great fear : But he went into Jefus heard that word, he anfvver-
JlVp,
and returned back again. cd, faying, Fear not : believe only,
Now the man out ot whom the and fhe fhall recover. 51 And
(jccmons were departed, befough when he came
into the houfe, he
him that he might be with him no one to go in, fave Peter,
fuffered
biu he fent him away, faying, 39 and John, and James, and the fa
Go to thine own houfe, flawing ther and the mother of thedamfel.
how great things God harh done 52, And all wepr, and bewailed
unto thee. And he went away, her but he faid, Weep ye not 9 :

and publifhed in the city how For fhe is not dead, but fleepeth.
}

great things Jefus had done unto 53 And they laughed at him, know
him. 40 And it came to ing that fhe was dead. 54 But he
that when Jefus was returned, the took her by the hand, and called*
multitude received him for they
faying, Damfel arife.
:
55 And her
were all waiting for him. 41 And fpirit came again, and (he arofe
a man named Jairus, and he (traightway and he commanded :

a ruler of the fynagogue came to give her meat. :
56 And when
and fell down at Jefus feer, and be- her parents faw it, they were
fought him to come to his houfe adonifhed : but he charged them
:

41 For he had an only begotten thac they fhould tell no one whac
daughter, twelve was done.
years of age,
dying. And it came to IX. Then having called the
pafs as he
went, the multitudes thronged him. twelve togecher, he gave them
43 And a woman who had a power and autbori:y over every
Bloody flux twelve years, whom no dcemon, and to cure difeafes. s-

i Ani
According to Luke.
According to Luke.
pts white and 30 And che unclean fpirit, and it lefc him,
glittering.
behold two men talked wuh him, nd he delivered him to his father.
who were Mofes and Elia.s 31 43 And they were all amazed at
Who appeared in glory Bui rh,ey the mighty power of God. But
:

he was while they wondred every one ac
fpake of his deceafe which
to accomplifr at Jerufalem. 32. But all things which Jefus did, he faid
1 eter, and they that were wich unco his difciples, 44 Put ye thefe
him, were heavy with deep and fay in ;s into
:
your ears for :

when they were awajce, they faw the Ion of man is to bedeliver-
l)is glory, and the cwo men that ed into the hands of men. 45 Buc
ftood with him. 33 And it came chey underttood not this faying,
to pafs, as they were feparated from and it wai hidden from them, that
him, Peter (aid to Jefus, Matter, chcy perceived it not and they :

it is
good for us to be here ; wilt feared to ak him of that faying.
thou that I make three tabernacles 46 [Then there arofe a- reafoning
here, one for thee, and one for of them ihouid

Mofes, and one (or Elias 2 not be greacelt. 47 And Jefus feeing
knowing what things he 34 che realbning of jheir heart, took
("aid.

And vvnile he thus /pake, there a child, and fet him by him, 48
came a cloud, and overfhadowed And faid, Whoioever {hall receive
them hue they feared as :hey en- this child in my name, receivcth
:

tred in,to the cloud. $1 And there [me, and whofoever (hall receive
came a voice out of the cloud, me, receivech] him :hac fent me :

faying, This is my beloved Son, for he that it leaft among you all,
in whom I am well pleafed hear the fame fhajl be great.
:
49 And
him. 36 And when the voice John anfwered and faid, Mafier,
was pall, He was found alone : we faw one cafting out demons in
But they kept it clofe, and told chy name ; and we forbad him,
r)o man in thofe days thofe things becaufe he followech not with us.
which they had feen. 37 And it 50 Buc Jefus faid, Forbid him
came to pafs on the next day, wher: not for he that is not againftyou
:

he was come down from the moun is for you. 51 And ic came to
tain, a great multitude came toge- pafs, when the days were fulfilled
tljerto him. 38 And behold, a that he fhould be received up,
man of the muliitue cried out, fay. he ftcdfatily fet his face to go

ing, Matter, I befeech thee look ro Jerufalem, 51 And fenc mef-
upon my fon, for he is mine only Yengers before his face : and they
child. 39 And lo, a fpirit taketh Iwenc, and entred into a village
him, and he fuddcnly crieth out, of the Samaritans to make ready
and ic ceareth him with foaming, for him. 53 And they did not
and bruiting him, hardly departed receive him, becaufe his face was
from him. 40 And I
54 And when
befoughc going to Jerufalem.
thy difciples to fee hirq free, and his difciples James and Joiin faw
they could not. 41 And Jefus f.^V, they faid, Lord, wile thou
anfwering, faid, O
fait alefs and that we command fire to come
perverfe generation, how long down from heaven, and conlume
(hall I be with you, fufler them, even as Elias did ?
an<d
(
5$ But
you? Bring thy fon hicher. 42, he turned, and rebuked then, and
And as he was yec a coming, the faid, Ye know noc what manner
1

threw him down, and dif-lof fpirit ye are of. $6 And they
rgd him.: and Jefus rebuked went to ano.cfc village, 57 And ;
According to Luke.
it came to
paf* that
ai
they went in to you 10 But unto whatfocver
the way, one faid unto him, I city ye fhall enter, and they receive
will follow ihee whitherfoever you noc 3 go ou: into the fireets of
thou goeft. 58 And Jefus faid it, and fay, n
Even the very
unto him, Foxes have holes, and duft of
your feet which cleaveth to
birds of the heaven nefls, but the our feet we do wipe off againft you.
Son of man hath not where to But know this, that the
kingdom
lay bis head. 59 And he faid unto of God is come
nigh you. iz Buc
another. Follow me But he faid,
: [
fay unco you, thac it lliall be more
Suffer me firft to go away, and bury :oleiab!efor S^dom in the
kingdom
my father. 60 But he faid unto of God than for that cicy.
him, Let the dead bury their Wo unto thee, Chorazin, and
j

dead ; but go thou and preach the! Bethfaida for if the mighty works :

kingdom of God. 61 And ano- had been done in Tyre and Sidon,
ther alfo faid, Lord, I will follow which have been done in you,
they
thee but let me firft bid them fare- had
:
long ago repented, fitting in
well who are a: home at my houfe. fackcloth and afhes. 14 But it
62, But Jefus faid unto
him, Nojfhall be more tolerable for Tyre
man looking back, and putting his and Sidon, than for you. 15 And
hand to the plough, is fie for the thou, Capharnaum, {halt thou be
kingdom of God. exalted to heaven ? or fhalt thou
X. But he appointed other bedeprefled to hades. 16 He thac
feventy two alfo, and fent them heareth you, heareth me : But he
by two and two before his face in that heaiethnie, heareth him thac
to every place, and city, whither fent me. 17 And the feventy two
he was to come. 2, Buc he faid returned with joy, fayinp, Lord,
unto them, The harvelt is great, even the demons are fubject unto
but the labourers are few pray : us
through thy name, i 8 But he
ye the Lord of the harveft, that he faid unto them, I beheld Satan at
would fend forth labourers into his lightning fall from heaven. 19
harveft. 3 Go away : behold I
j
Behold, I give unco you power to
tend you forth as lambs in on (erpents, and fcorpions,
the tread
|

midttof wolves. 4 Carry neither land over all the power of theene-
purfe, nor bag, nor and my; and nothing fhall hurt you.
(hoes:
falute no one by the And
,2,0 But in thi rcjoyce not, that
way. 5
into whatfoever houfe ye (hall en the daemons are fubject unto you :
ter,M fay. Peace be to this houfe. but rejoyie, becaufe your names
6 And if indeed the fon of peace are written in heaven. 2,1 But in
be there, your peace (hall reft upon that hour he rejoyced in the Holy
h:m, but it nor , your peace fhall Spirit, and faid, I thank thee, O
return to you 7 But in the fame father, Lord of heaven and earth,
houfe remain, eating and drinking that thou haft hidden thefe things
fuch things as they give for the from the wife and prudent, and
:

labourer // worthy of his hire. had revealed them unto babes : e-
Go not from houfe to houfe. 8 ven fo Father, for fo was thy good
Into whatfoever city ye (hall en pleafure. zz All things are de
ter, and they fhall receive you, eat livered to me of the Father : and
fuch things as are fet before you. and no one knoweth who the Son
9 And heal thofe that are fick is, but the Father ; and who the
therein, and fay unto them, The Father is, but the Son, and he to
of God is come nhh n? whom the Son will reveal him,
*; But
According to Luke.
13 Buc he turned him unto the 36 Which therefore feerm to thee
difciples, and
unto them, co have been
neighbour unto him
faid
Blelled are the eyes which fee chat fell among the thieves? 37
whac ye fee, and che ears that And he faid, He chat (hewed mercy
bear things thac ye hear. 24 For on him. Buc Jefus faid unto him,
I fay unto you, thac many pro Go, and do thou likewife. 38
phets
have defired to fee thofc Now it came to pafs, thac he en-
things
which ye fee, and havener tred into a certain village : and a
feen them ; and to hear thole things certain woman named Martha, re.
which ye hear, and have not. heard ceived him into her houfe. 39 And
them. 25 But a certain lawyer (he had a fider called Mary, who
flood up, and tempicd him, faying, fac ac the Lords feet, and heard the
Whac (hall I do to inherit eternal word. 40 But Martha was cum-
life ? 26 He faid unto him, What bred about much
ferving, and came
is written in che law ? how readeft co him, and faid, Lord, dofi thou
thou* 27 And he anfwering, faid, not care that my fider hath left me
Thcu (hale love the Lord thy God to ferve alone ? fpeak to her there-
with thy whole heart, and with tore that foe may help me. 41 And
thy whole foul, and with thy Jefus anfwered, awd faid unco her,
whole drength ; and thy .neigh Marrha, Martha, thou art follicit-
hour as thy iclf. 28 And he faid ous: 42 But one thing is need
unto him, Thou had anfwerec ful. Mary hath chofen the good
right this do, and thou (hale live
:
part, which (hall not be taken a-
29 But he willing; to juttifiehim way from her.
felr, faid unto Jcfus, And who XI. And it came to pafs, that
i<

neighbour
nr>y 30 And Jefub he was praying in a certain place ;
;

anfaering, faid, A certain man and as he ceafed, one of hU difci
went down from Jerufalera to Je ples faid unto him, Lord, teach us
richo, and fell among thieves, who co pray, as John alfo caught his
both {tripped him of his raiment, difciples. 2 Buc he faid unto
and wounded him. and departed, them, When ye pray do not ufe vain
leaving him halt-dead. 3 1 And repetitions as the red do, for fome
there came a certain pried, who ink they (hall be heard for their
was going down that way ; and much fpeaking.Eut when ye pray fay,
when he faw him, he pafled by on Our Father who art in the heavens,
the other fide. 32 And likewife Hallowed be thy name. Thy king
a Levre, when he was at the
place,
dom come upon us.
Thy will be
feeing him, pafled by
on the other done, as in heaven, fo on earth.-
fide. 33 Buc a certain Sama Give us this day the bread
ritan a he journeyed^ came to him :
ncceflary co our fudenance. 4
and when he faw him, he had com- And forgive us our debts ; for we
paflion 34 And wenc to him,
: alfo
forgive our dcbrers. And
and bound up his wounds, pouring ead us noc into temptation, buc
in oyl and wine, and fee him on Icliver u? from the evil otie. 5
his own bead, and Lnd he faid, Which of you (hall
brought &V0 to
an inn, and cook care of him. 3 5 avc a friend, and (hall go unto
And on the morrow he took out inn ac mid- night, and fay unco
two denarii, and gave to the hod, him, Friend, lend me three loaves.
and faid, Take care of him ; and 6 For a friend in his journey is
whatfoever thou (halt fpend more, come from the field to me, and I
to fct before him
I recurn, I will
repay if. have [

7 But
According to Luke.
7 Bat he from within lhal the finger of God caft outdaemonsi
anfwer and Dy, Trouble me not then the
kingdom of God is come
:

the door is already fiiur, and my upon you. 21 When a flrong
children are vnth me in bed; 1 man aimed keeperh his palace, his
cannot rife and give thee* 8 I (ay goods are in peace, zz Buc if a
unto you, He will not rife and (hall come, he taketh all
give ttronger
him, becaufe be is his friend : yet his armour wherein he trufied, and
becaufe of his importunity, he will divideth hisfpoils. 23 He that is
rife and give bim whatfover fee not With me, is againii me: and
needech. 9 And 1 fay unto you, he that gathereth not With me,
Ask, and it (hall be given you ; icactcreih. 14 But when the un
feck, and ye (hall find knock, : clean fpirit is
gone out of a man, he
and ic (hail be opened unto you. walketh through the waters [dry
10 For every one that askerh, re placed} feekingieft: and not find
ceiveth : and he that feeketh, find- ings, he faith, I will return unco
eth : and to him that knocketh, is my houfe whence I came out. 25
opened. 1 1 What fon (hall a<-k And when he cometh, he findeth
bread of any ot you that is a fa- it
iwepc ^w^garniflied. z6 Then
ther, and he will give him a he goeth, and taketh feven other?
ftone ? or if he alfo ask a fifh, will pints more wicked than himfelf,
he for a fifh give him a (erpent ? and they enter in, and dwell and :

$2 Buc if he (hall ask an egg the lad itate of chat man becomes
alfo, will he give him a fcorpion. worfe than the firl). 17 And it
13 If ye therefore being evil, know came to
pafs
as he was
fpeaking
to give good gifts unto your hefe
things, a certain woman of
children : how much more (hall the
company lift
up her voice, arcf
the Father from the heaven
give a
aid unto him, BleHed it the womb
good gifc to them that ask him ? hat bafe thec, and che
paps which
14 Eiuc when he had fa id thefe hou haft fucked. 28 Etichefafd;
things, a dumb dsemoniack
was Yea, rather blefled are they indeed
trough: to him And when he had hat hear the word of God and
:

cad him out, all men did marvel. keep it. 29 And when the anil-
i$ And fome of them faid, He itudes were gathered thick toge-
cafteth out daemons her, he began co lay, This gene-
thiough Beel
zebub, the chief of the demons.. ^ a: ion is an evil generation : they
But he anfwercd and faid. How a
fign, and a fign (hall not
can Satan caft out Saran ? 16 be given it, excepting che figo of
And or.hers tempting kim t faid [onas; 30 For as Jonas was a;

Give us a figh irom Heaven. 12 Tgn unto the Ninevitei, fo (hall
But he knowing their thoughts. alfo cheSon of man be to this
gene-
Aid unco them, livery kingdom ation. And as Jonas was in the
divided againft it fe!f, is made de- belly of che whale three da
ys and
{elate: and a houfe
againft houfc, three nigh"$, fo (hall alto the fon
a
will tall. tS If Satan alfo be of man be in the earth. 51 The
divided againft himfelf, he will nor queen of the fouth (hall rife
up
{rand: bccauie ye fay chat! catt ou: with the men of this
generation,
dzmons by Beelzebub. 19 But and fhall condemn them ; for fhc
if I
by Beelzebub caft ouc the came from the utmoft parts ot the
tlseTion*, by whom do your fonb earth, to he<ir the wifdom of Solo
it them out ? therefore fhall they mon ;
and behold, a
greater thin
be your judges. 10 But if I // here.- no on
by
According to Luke.
*rhen he hath lighted a candle, the deeds of your fathers : for they
a fecrec place, neither indeed killed them, but
putterh it in ye build
under a bufhel ; buc on a candle- [their fepulchres. Q 49 There
flick, that they which come in may fore I fend them prophet) and
fee the
light. 34 The light of apoflles, and fame of them they
thy body is the eye : When thine will flay and perfecute : 50 Thac
fingle, thy whole body alfo the blood of the
is all
eye prophets*
it i but when it is evil, which hath been fhed from the
light thy
body alfo ii dark. 35 If therefore the foundation of (he world, unto chit
that is in thee be darknef*, generation may be
light required ; 5 1
how great is that darknefs I 37 From the blood of Abel unto tfce
And a certain Pbarifee asked him blood of Zachariasj the Son of Ba.
that he would dine with him : and rachias whom they flew be
he went in and fat down. 3 8 And He tween the altar and the tern,

began to debate with himfelf, and pie : verily I fay imto you,
to fay, Why he had not fir ft wa<h- it (hall be of this genera
required
ed before dinner \ 39 But the tion, 52 Wo
unto you lawyer* :
Lord fai4 vjnto him, Now do ye for ye hav$ hidden the key ot
Pharifees Hypocrites make clean knowledge : and ye entred not In
the oudide of the cup and the plac- your felves, and them that were
tei: but your infide is full of ra
entring in, ye hindred. 53 And
vening and wickednefc. 40 1fe as be (aid thefe things unto them,
fools, did not he that made that before all the people, the Pharifeet
which without, make that which and lawyers began to urge him
is

is within alfo ? 41 Buc ra vehemently, and to confer with
ther give alrts of fuch
things as him about many things 54 Seek
:

you have ! and behold, all
things ing to obtain fome occafion againft
fhall be clean unto you. that they mrght have where
42, Buc
wo unto you, Pharifeesye with to accufc him.
t for
tithe taint and rue, and Xll. But as many people en-
every herb,
and pafs over judgment, and the compalfed him round about, info-
love of God. 43 Wo
unto you, much that they crouded one upon
O ye Pharifees : for ye love the another, he began to fay unto tfte
uppermoft feats in the fynagoguei, difciples, Fir (I of all beware ye of
and greetings in the markets : and the leaven of the Pharifees, which
Che higheft places at feafti. 44 i jhyporcifie. i For there is
\Vo unto you, O ye fcribes and nothing covered, that they (hall
Pharifees ; (or ye are graves which not bemademanifePtj neither hid,

appear not, and the men that walk hat fhall not be known. 3 There-
over tbtm, know it not. 45 But ore whatfoever ye have fpoken in
one of the lawyers, anfwered and dar knefgjfhall be heard in the light :
faid unto him, Mafler, thws
faying, and that which yc
have fpoken
thou repr6fcheft us alfo. 46 And n the ear in clolets, fiiall be pro
he fa d,;

Wo
unto you alfo, law claimed upon the houfe-tops. 4
yers .for ye burden men with bur And I fay unto you, my friends,
dens grievous to be born, and
ye Be not afraid of them that kill the
your fclvcs touch them not with buc aic nor able to kill the
one of your fingers. 47 Wo
un foul, and have not any more
5 But I will
to you ; for ye build the
fepulchres that they can do*
prophers, and your fathers forewarn you whom you fha ll
of the
killed them, 48 Bear ye rhere- fc.u : Him who, afrer he hath kill-
tort ttuntjfs that \e do no: allow hath pouer ro coft iivo gchen-
Jed,
h m.
yea, I fay unto ycu ; Ftar
;

)3 .-
According to Luke.
6 Are not five fparrows fold for difciples, Therefore I fay
untoyou>
two farthings, and not one of them Be not follicitous jour life* for
is
forgotten before God? 7 Bu what ye it ail eat neither to: the :

even the very hairs of your head arc body, what yefhall put on, z 3 For
all numbred. Fear not therefore the life is more than meat, and the
for ye are of more value than body than raiment. 14 Confukr
fparrows. 8 Alfo F fay unto you the fovvlaof heaven : for they nei
Whofoever (hall confefs m ther fow, nor
that, reap : which neither
before men, him (hall the Son o have ftorehoufe nor barn ; and
man alfo confefs before the angel God feedcth them: Are
ye noc bet
of God. 9 But he that denieth ter than fowls i
the 2,5 And
Hie before men, {hall be denied be which of you can add to his Ma
fore the angels of God. 10 And ture a cubit ? i6 And why arc )e
whofoever fhall fpcak a word a follicitous for the rcfi ? 17 Con-
gainfhheSon of man, ic fhall be (ider the lilies :
They neither fpin r
(Forgiven him but againft the Holy nor weave: and yet I fay un o
:

<ho(t, it lhail not be forgiven him you, that neither wasSolomon in all
neither in this age, nor in that to his glory, arayed like one of thefe.
come. 1 And when they bring 18 If then God fo clothe the grati
1>

you unto the fynagogues, and ma of the field, which is to day, and
gjftrares, and powers, be not fol to raorrow is caft into the oven r
Jicitous before hand how ye fhal how much more you, ye of lit O
anfwer, or what yc fhall fay : 12 tle faith ? 2,9 And feek not ye
For the Holy Ghoit (hall teach you what ye (hall ear, or what ye fhall
in the fame hour what ye ought 10 drink, neither be ye of doubrfuT
fay, 1 3 And one of the company mind. 30 For all thefe things do
faid unto him, Mailer, fpeak to che nations of the world feek after:

my brother, that he divide the in For your Father knoweth that ye
heritance wirh me. 14 And he have need of thefe things. 31
faid unto him, Man, who made me But rather feek ye the kingdom of
5 And
a judge over you ? 1 he God, and all thefe things fhall be
them. Take heed, andbe- added
faid unto you. 31 Fear not 3

tvare of all fort of covetoufnefs ; little flock for it is
your Fathers
for life confiileth not in the abun pleafure to give you the king
dance of the things which a man dom/ 33 Sell that ye have, and
poifefleth.
16 And he ipake a alms: provide your felves
parable unto them, faying, The which wax not old, a treafure

ground of a certain rich man n the heavens, that faileth nor,
brought forth plenrifully. 17 And where no thief approacheth, nei
he thought within himfelf, faying, ther moth corrupteth. 34 For
What fhall I do, becaufe I have no where your treafure is, there will
room where to beftow my fruits ? your heart be alfo. 35 Lee your
1 8 And he faid, This will I do: oyn be girded about, and lights
pull down my barn?, and 36 And ye your felvej
1 .vili
burning;
make chtm greater ; and there ike unto men that wait for their
will I collect nil my fruirs. 19 And ..ord, when he will return from
3 will fay to my foul, Soul, thou he wedding, that when hecometh
haft much goods: Be merry. 2,0 nd knockech, they may open un-
But God faid unto him, Thou o him immediately. 37 BlefTed
rs thofe fervants, whom the Lord
?ool, night rhy foul fhall be
this

recjrred of rhcc : then whofe fhall when he comet h fhall find watch-;
rholb things be which thou haft
pro verily I fay unto
_
:
you, thac
vidtd 5
i"
And h| faid unto hit*
hi he fhall gird faimfelf, and make
ths.i*
According to Luke.
-them fit down to meat, and will make peace on earth ? I tel! you,
come and ferve them. 38 No; but rather divifion.
forth 52, For
And if hefhall come in the evening from henceforth chere (hall be five
|

watch, and find them fo, And if jin one houfe divided, three againtt
he come in the fecond or thir two, and two againft three. 5$
vattb they arc bleiled. 39 An The father (hall be divided againil
this know, that if the
good man the fon, and the fon againlt his
of the houfe had known what hou father the mother againft the
the thief would come, he wouh daughter, and the daughter
againli
have watched. 40 But be ye ready the mother; the mother in law a~
for the Son of man cometh at an gain ft the daughter in law, and
hour when ye think not. 41 Anc the daughter in law againft the mo
Peter faid unto him, Lord, fpeak ther in law. 54 And he faid alfo
eft thou this
parable unto us ? 4;
to the
people, When ye fee a <loud
And the Lord faid, Who then i rife out of the weft, ftraightway
that wife and
good fteward, whom ye fay, There cometh a (hower ;
kit lord (hall make ruler over hi and fo it is. 55 And when yt fee
houflaold, to give them their por the foiuh-wind blow, ye fay, that
tion of meic in due fcafon? 43 there will be heat ; and it corneth
Bleffed it thac fervanc, when hih to pafs. 56 Ye hypocrites, ye can
lordwhen he cometh, (hall fine indeed difcern the tace of the sky,
him fo
doing. 44 Verily I fay and of the earth but how is it, :

unto you, that he will make him thac ye do not difcern thw time I
jruler over all that he hath. 45 But 57 And vby do ye not even of
and if that fervant fay in his heart, pour felves judge what is
right. 58
My lord delayeth his
coming ; and When thou ar; with thine adver-
ftiall
begin to beat the men-fervanti, ary before a Magiftrate, in the
andmaidens, both earing, and way, give diligence thac thou
drinking, and being drunken : 46 mayft be delivered from him ; left
His lord will come in a day when he condemn thee with the judge,
he looketh nor for fcini, and a: an and the judge deliver thee to the
hour when he is not aware, and officer, and the officer (hall caft
will cut him in fundcr, and will :hce into prifon. 59 I tell thee,
appoint him his portion with the hou (halt not depart thence, till
.unbelievers. 47 And that fervanc hou haft paid che laftinite.
who knew his lords will, but did XIII. There were prefenc at
not according to his will, (hall be hat feafon, fome thac told him of
beaten with many flrtyts. 48 But he Galileans, whofe blood Pilate
he thac knew not, and did commit lad
mingled with their fa^rifices,

things worthy of fuipes, (hall be And Jefus anfwering, faid unto
beaten with few. To whom much is hem, Suppofe ye thac thefe Gali-
given they will require the more cans, were tinners above all Galf-
from him : and to whom they have eans, becaufe they fuffered thefe
committed much, of him they will I I tell you, No . butt
hing 3

require the more. 49 I am come xcepc ye (hall repent, ye (halJ all
to fend fire on the earch, and what kewife perifh. 4 Or thofe eigh-
will I, if it be already kindled * een, upon whom the tower ia
50 But I have a baptifra to be iloam fell, and flew them : think
baptized with, and how am I e thac they were debters above all
(trained till it be
accomplifhed 1 men that dwell in Jerufalem ? $
<
i
Suppofe ye chat I am some to And I tell you, No : but except ye
repent, ve Ua,ll all likswife perifh.
Ma 4 He
Ajxordipg to Luke;
He /pake alfo this one of muftard feed, which a man took.
parable :
~ ~ 1 .1 _
f
"

l i
had a
figtree planted and call into his garden, and ic
in his vine
. i"

yard, and he came and fought fruit grew, and became a tree, : and the
there from, and found none. 7 fowls of the air lodged under the
And he faid unto the drefler of his branches ot it. zo Whereunto is
vineyard, behold, thefe three years, Che fdn^dom of God like ?
It is now that I come fjeeking fruit and to what fhall I
compare it ?
on this figtree, and find none: i It is like leaven, which a wo

JBring the Ax ; cue it down, why man took and hie) in three Seahs of
umbreth it the ground ? S And meal, till the whole was leavened.
he anfwering, faid unto him, Lord, 2,2, And he went through the cities
let it alone yet this
year, till I fhall and countreys, teaching and jour
.dig about it, and caft a veiTel of neying to Jerufakm. i$ Then faid

clung ttpon it. 9 Parhaps ic may one unto him, Lord, are thofe tha:
bear frui: ; and it not, afcer trjat arc faved few But he faid unto :

thou fhalt cut it down. Io And them, 14 Strive to enter in a:
he was teaching in one of the fy- the ftjrait door for many, I :
fay
1 1 And unto
nagogues on the fabbath. you, will feck to enter in^
behold, there was a woman who and fhall not find it. 2,5 When
fyad an infirmity of fpiric eighreen once the ruafler of the houfe fhall be
years, and was bowed together, come in, and fhut the door, and ye
and could not at all likupffrf*ff> begin to (land without, and to
nz And when Jefus her, he knock, faying, Lord, Lord, open
<sw

laid unto h.er ? Woman, thou art unto us ; and he fhall anfwer and
loofcd from thine infirmity. 13 fay unto you, I j^now you noc
And he laid hands on her : and whence you are : J& Then fha}][
immediately {he was made ftraighr, ye begin to lay, Lord, we have eat
and glorified God. 14 But the and drunk in thy prefeRce, and
ruler of rhe fynagogue anfwered thou haft
pur Ureets. 17 in
taught
with indignation, becaufc that And he fhall fay, J tell you, I
Jefus had healed on the fabbath, never knew you; ctepa rc fr P me m >

and faid untp the multitude, There all ye workers of iniquity. 28
are days in which they ought to There fbajl be weeping andgnafb-
fix

work in them therefore cope aqd
:
ing of teeth, when ye fhall fee A-
be healed, and not on the fabbath- biaham, and Ifaac, and Jacob, and
day. 15 But the Lord ]efus an all the prophets in the kingdom of
fwered him, and faid, Thou hy God, and you thruft out. 29 And
pocrite ; d.othnot each one of you they fhall come from the cafi, and
on the fabbath loofe his ox and afs the weft, and the north, and the
from the flail, an4 lead him away fouth, and fjiall fit down in thp
to watering I 16 And ought
not kingdom ot God. 30 And be
this woman, being daughter of hold, there are laft who fhall be
a

Abraham, whom Satan harh bound, firft, and there are firft who fhall
3 1 The fame
lo eighteen years, be loofed fioro be laft. hour there
this bond on the fabbath-day ? 17 fame certain of the Pharisees, to,
And his adverfaries were afhamed : him, faying, Get tjiee put, and de
and all the multiudc rejoyccd for part hence for Herod fcekech to :

all the
glorious things they h?d kill thec. 3; he faid untp
feen done by him. 18 And he them, Go ye and tell that fox, Be
/aid, unto what is the kingdom of hold, I caft out demons, and I
Godlike ? and whereunto fhall ifflull do cures to day, and to mor-
jef ^B-ble it i 15? Jt is like agrajn
According to Luke.
row, and the third day 1 (hall be higher : And then (halt t-hou hav
$ j Neverthelds, I mud relpect;n the prefcnce of them thac
.walk today, and co morrow, and (1: ac meat with thce. 1 1 Fox .who-
ihc day following : for ic can no bever
1
: .
exalceth hiuifclf, fluil be
be thac a prophet perifti ouc o: abated $ and he ihac humbleth him-
Jerufaicm. 34 Jerufalem, Jerula felf, (hall be exalted. ii Then
1cm, which killed che piophets,
faid he alfo to him that invited
and Uoneil them thac are fenc unto him, When thou makeft a dinner
ir, how often would have ga
I or a call not
fuppcr, thy friends,
thered chy children together, as a nor thy brethren, nor
neighbours,
hzn her brood under her wings, nor the richj lelt they alio invite
and ye would not? 35 Behold, hee again, and a recompence be
your houfe is left unto you defolace ; made thce. But when thou
But I fay unto you, Ye ihall by no makeit a feaft, invite the poor, the
means fee me, un:il the tirae maimed, the lame, the blind 14 :

,come when yc (hall fay, Blelfed And them fhalc be blelled ; for they
fs he that cotneth ia the name of cannot reconvenes thee for thou :

the Lord. be recompenced at the refur-
(halt
XIV. And ic came to pafs, as re&ion of the julr. 15 And when
,he cncred into the houfe of one ot one of them thac fat with him,
the chief Pijaiifees to eat bread on icard thefe things, he faid unco him,
the they watched BlelTed is he that ihall eat bread
fabbath, that
him. 2 And behold, there was a in the kingdom of God. 61 Then
jiian before him whohad the droplie. faid he3 A certain man
madeagrcac
3 And Jefua anfwering, fpake un fupper, and invited many : 17
to the lawyers -and Pharifee*, Is if And fenc his fervan: at che hour of
lawful to neal on the fabbath, or ("upper
to fay to them that were in
not <

4 And they held their vited, to come, for all things were
peace. And he took and healed now ready. 18 And they all with
him, and let klm go : 5 And faid one confcnf began to make excufe.
unto them, Which of you (hall The firii faid; I have
bought a
have a iheep or an ox fallen into a field, and I muft needs go and fee
pir
on the fabbath-day and vvil it: wherefore! cannot come. 19
not
(traightway pull him out ? 6 And another (aid, I have
bough:
But they did not give him anfwer five yoke of oxen, and I
go :o
to thefe
things. 7 But he fpake prove them Wherefore I cannot :

alfo a
parable to tnofc who were come. 2.0 And another faid, I

bidden, when he marked hew they have married a wtfe wherefore I :

chofe out the chief feats, 2,1 So the fervanc
faying un cannot come,
to them, 8 When thou (hall be came, and ihewed hiilord all chcfe
inviced to a wedding, fit not down hings. And the matter of the
in the
higheft feat, left one more
houfe being angry, faid to his fer-
honourable than thou corne
9 van:,Go out quickly iato the ftrecti
;

And he that invited thee and him, and lanes of the city, and bring
jCdme and fay to thee, Give this hither the poor, and the maimed,
pnan place ; and thou with fhame and the lame, and the blind. ia And
fake the loweft 10 But hefervanc faid, whac thou haft com
place.
when thou (hall be invited fit down manded is done, and yet there is

in the lowed place ; that when he room. 13 And the lord faid un-
^hac inviterh rhee fhali come, he o his fervanc, Go our into the high
tm;o ways aod cqrupel them
PY fa/ tt?;e, Friend, go up arjd hedges,
According to Luke."

to tome in, that my houfe may be them, 4 What man of you (hall
filled. 14 For I fay unto you, have an hundred (beep, if he lofe
that no: one of the men who one of them, doth not he leave the
were invited, (hall taite of my ninety and nine in the wildernefs,

Cupper. 15 Andwenc mul and goeth away and feeketh that
there
titudes with and he turned, which is loft, until he find it ?
him :
$
and laid unto them, 16 It any man And when he hath found j r, he
comes to me, and hates noc his layeth it on his fhouidcrs, re.
father, and his mother, and wife, joycing. 6 But when he comerh
and children, and brethren, and home, he calleth together bit
fitters, yea, and his own life alfo, friends and neighbours, faying un
he cannot be my difciple. z/ And to them, Rejoyce with me, for I
he that doth noc bear his crofs, and have found my (heep which was
come after rne, cannot be ray di. loft. 7 But I fay unto you, that
fciple. 2,8 But which of
you in likewifejoy lain heaven over one
tending, to build a tower, fitteth finner that repentech, more than
not down firft, and counteth the over ninety and nine juft petTons,
whether he have to finifti it ? who need no repentance. 8 Either
<oft,

19 Left perhaps after he hath laid what woman having ten drachma;,
the foundation, but is noc able to if (he (hall lofe one, doth not (he
build and finifh xY, all that behold light a candle, and fweep the houfe,
iY, begin to mock him, and to fay, and feek diligently till (he (hall find

30 This man began to build, and it ? 9 And when {he hath found
was not able to finifb. 31 Or it y (he calleth her friends and neigh
what king going to make war a- bours together, faying, Rejoyce
gainft another king, doth not with me, tor I have found the
prefently fit down and con- drachma which I had loft. 10
tulteth whether he be able with
firft Liftewife I (ay unto you, There
ten thoufand to meet him that (hall be joy in the prefence of the
cometh againft him with twenty angels of God, over one finner
thoufand? 31 Or if not, while the that repenteth. 1 1 And he faid,
other is yet a great way off, he A certain man hadtwofons: 12.

fendeth an ambaffage, and defireth And the younger of them faid to
conditions of peace. 33 Like- bit father, Father, give me the
wife, alfo whofoever he be of you, portion of fubftance that fallethto
that forfaketh not all that he hach, me. And he divided unto them
he cannot be my34 bit living. 13 And not many
difciple.
Salt it good but if the fait have iays after, the younger fon ga
:

alfo loft its favour, where with (ha 11 thered all
together, and took his
it be fcafoned ?
35 It is neither journey into a far country, and
fie for the land, nor yet for the there wafted his fubftance with rio

dunghil ; and they caft it our. He tous living. 14 And when he had
that hath ears to hear, let him
fpent all, there arofe a great fa
hear. mine in that land; and he began
XV. Then drew near unto him to be in want. 15 And he went
all the publicans and finnefs to and
joyned himfelt to a citizen of
hear him. 2, And both the Phari- that country ; and he fent him into
fees and fcribes murmured, fay the fields to feed fwine 16 And
ing thar, This man receiveth (in he would fain have fatisfied himfelf
ner^, and eateth with them. 3 with the husks that the fwine did
And he {pake this
parable unco car ; and no one give unto him,
17 And
According to
17 And when he came to himfdf, harlots, when he came them haft
he Taid, How many hired fervams killed the fatted calf. 31 And he
of my fathers have bread more faid unto him, Thou arc ever wich
than enough, and I here me, and all that I have is thine:
periih-
with hunger ! 18 I will arife and 32. It was meet that we fhould
go to my father^ and will fay un- make merry, and be glad : lor
to him, Father, I have finned a- this thy brother was dead, and ii

gainft heaven, and before thee,
alive
again ; was loft, and is
19 I am no longer worthy to be found.
called thy fon ; make me as one of XVI. And he faid alfo unto the
thy hired fervants. 20 And he difciples, There was a certain rich
arofe, and came to his father. But man who had a fteward ; and the
while he was yet a great way ofl, fame was accufed unto him that he
bis father faw him, and had com- had wafled his 2 And he
goods.
paflion, and ran, and fell on his called ktm t and faid unto him,
neck, and kifled him. 21 And How is it that I hear this of thee 1
the fon faid unto him, Father, I give an account of thy fteward-
have finned againft heaven and ihip: for thou may ft be no longer
before thee, lam no 3 But the fteward laid
longer worthy Reward.
to be called thy fon : Make me within himielf, What (hall I do ?
as one of thy hired fervants. 21 for my lord taketh from me the
But the father faid to his fervants,
ftewardfhip : I cannot dig ; to beg
Bring forth quickly the beft robe, I am afhamed. 4 I know whac
and put it on him, and put a ring I will do ; that when I (hall be
on hi* hand, and (hoes on his feer. put from the ftewardfhip, they may
23 And bring the fatted calf, and receive me into their houfes. 5 So
kill if : and let us eat and bemer- he called every one of his lords
ry: 24 For this my fon was dead, debters unto him, and faid unto
and is alive again ; he n*r loft, the firft, how much oweft thou un
and is now found. And they be- to my lord \ 6 And he faid, An*
gan to be merry 15 Now hi hundred baths of oyl. But he faid
elder fon was in the field But as unto him, take thy bills 3 and write,
:

he came and drew 7 Then faid he to another,
*nigh to the fifty.
noufe, he heard mufickarfd dancing. And how much oweft thou? And
a6 Anel he called one of the fer he faid, An hundred cores of wheat.
vants, and asked what could And he faid unto him, Take thy
this be? 27 And he faid, Thy bill, and write fourfcore. 8 And
brother is come ; and thy father the lord commended the
unjuft
hath killed the fatted calf for him, fteward becaufe he had done
pru
becaufe he hath received him found.
dently, wherefore I fay unto you,
28 And he was angry, and would the children of this
age are in their
nor go in : But his father came out,
generation more prudent than the
and began to intreat him. 29 And children of And I fay unto
light. 9
he anfwering, faid to his father, Lo,
you, Make to your felves friends of
thefe many years do I ferve thee, the mammon of unrighteoufnefs i
neither tranf^retfed I at when
any time that it fails, they may receive
thy commandment, and yet thou you into cverlafting tabernacles. IO
gaveft me a kid, out of He that his faithful in the leaft, it
at no time
the goats, that I
might dine wich faithful alfo in much : and he that
my friends :
30 But for thy fon is un/uil in a little, is
unjuft alfo in
who hath devoured all he had wi;h much, u If therefore je have not
bees
According to Luke;
been faithfal in the my tonguefor I am tormented iof
unrighteou* ;

mammon ,
who will commie to this flame.15 But Abraham faid f
}our trult the true? ii And it Son, remember that thou in thy
^ye nave noc been faithful in that life-time receivedflthy
good things,
which is a nothers, who ihall give and hkcwifc Lazarus evil
things r
you that which 13 but now he is here comforted, and
is
your own?
No mafters : thou art
fervant can fcrve two
pained.
*6 And befidci
for either he will hate the one, and all this, bet ween us and you there
love the other ; or he will hold to is a great gulf fixed : fo that they
the one, and defpife the other. Ye who would pafs to you. cannot ;
cannot ferve God and mammon. neither can they pafr hirlier, from
14 And the Pharifees al fo being thence. 17 But he I pray faid>

covetous, heard this, and they t,hee therefore, Father Abraham,
derided him. i$ And he faid un that thou wouldft fend him to my
to them, Ye are they who juftifie laheishoufe: 28 For I have five
your felves before men; but Godi brethren ; that Be may teftifie un
Jmoweth your hearts : for that to them, led they alfo come into
which is amongfl men, it a- this place of corment. 19 But
bomination in the light
of God. Abraham
faid unto him, they have
46 The law and the prophets pro Mofes and the prophets; let them
phecyed until John: from thence hear them. 30 And he faid, No 9
the
kingdom of God is preached, Father Abtaham : bat ifoncwenC
and every one forceth unto ir. 17 unto them from the dead, they will
And ii is eafier for heaven arrd repent. 3 1 But he faid unto him,
earth to pafg, than one tittle of the If they hear not Mofes and the
law co fail. 18 Whofoever put prophets, neither will they be per-
tech away his wife, and marriech fwaded, though one rif* from the
another, comrrutterh adultery dead, and go away to them.
and he that marricth her that is XVII. Then faid be unto hij

put away from her husband, com- difeiples, It ii impoiTible but that
mitteth aduhery, 19 But he fpake fcandals will come : bat wo

parable: There was him, through whom they come**
alfo another
a rich man, who was clothed in i But it were better for him, thac

purple and fine linen, and fared a rmlitone had been banged about
iumptuoufly every day. 10 But his neck, and he had been caO into
A certain
beggar named Lazarus,
the fea, than that he fhould fcan-
u 3>

gate full of ulcers. dalize one of thefe little onci.
laid at his j
ir Androbe fed with Take heed to yourfelvei: If thy
defiring
the crumbs which fell from the rich brother frail trefpafs againfi thec,
mans table : moreover, the dogs rebuke him , and if he (ball re-
came and licked his ulcers. 21 pent, forgive him; 4 And if he
And ic came to
pafs that the beg fhall (in againft thee feven times

gar died, and was carried by the in a day, and feven times turn
angels into Abrahams bofom ; the to thee faying, I re<*

rich man alfo died, and wasburied.
penc ; forgive him. 5 And the
13 And in hades he life up his ipoitles faid unto the Lord, In-
eyes, being in torments, and feeth creafc our taith. 6 But he faid un-
Abraham afar off, ana Lazaru* o them, ii ve had faith a
grain a>

retting in his bofom. 14 And he of mudard-feed, ye might hsvefaftf
ciitcicarnef-iJy and faid, Father A- into rhis mountain, remove hence
nave mt-rey on me, and o yonder place, and i: fhould have
Liza u tha c he may dip the and unlO ihi? camine-
hi s r":nu in wra:er and cool
ttct
According to Luke^
be thou planted in the fea ; for behold, the kingdom of Godi
tree,
and it fhould obey you. 7 Bun is within you. zz He faid there-*
which of you having a fervanc fore unto the difciples, The days
wiil come when ye (hall defire one
plowing, or feeding, when he is
come from the field, will he fay of thefe days of ihe S6n of iiiahjj
presently unto him. Go and fie
and ye fliall not fee it. 3 And,
down ? 8 But he will fty unto they wiil fay to you See here, br a
him, Make ready wherewith I may fee there : you fhail not go out,
nor follow thein. 14 For as the
fup, and girdthy felf, and ferve
me,till I have eaten and drunken ; lightning that lightneth out of the
find afterward eat and drink? 9 one fart under heaven, fhiheth 3
Doth he thank the fervanc becaule fo fhull alfo the Son of man be in
he hath done what he was bidden ? his day. 25 But he muft firft fuf-
I
fuppofe not. 1 6 So likewife fer many things, and be rejeded of
ye, when ye fhall have done whatfo- this generation. 26 And as it was
ever I
fay, fay ye, We are unpro
in the
days of Noe, To (hall it be
fitable we have done alfo in the
fervants i days of the Son of man*
what we ought to do. 1 1 And *7 They did eat, they drank,
|

it came to pafs, as he went to they married, they were given iri
Jetufalem, that he palled through marriage, until the day that Noe
the midft of Samaria and Galilee. emred into the ark : and the flood
12, And as came, and deftroyed them all. z$
he entreu into a certain i

Village where there were ten men
Likewife alfo as it was in the days
!

that were of Lor*
lepers, they flood afar ttyey eat, they drank, they
I

off : 13 And they cryed with a bought, they fbld, they planted.,
loud voice, and faid, Jefus after, they
builded : M *9 On the famfi
|

have mercy onus. 14 And when Iday that Lot went out of Sodom, it
he faw them, he faid unto them., rained fire and brimftone from hea-
!

Be ye healed Go fhew
:
your felves ven, and deftroyed them
i
all. 30
unto the priefts And came to Even thus fhail it be in the day o
it j

pafs that as they went, they were the Son of man, when he {hall be
i

tleanfrd. And one of them revealed. 31 In that day, he
when he faw that he wasdeanfed, who fliall be upon the houfe-top,;
turned back, and with a loud voice and his goods in the houfe, let him
glorified God. 16 And fell down not come down to talrc them a
on his face at his feet : and he was way : and he who, is in the field,
17 And Jcfus an- let him likewife not return baik a
* Samaritan.

fwering faid to them, Were theie 3z Remember Loths wife, 35
not ten cleanfed ? where ATS the VVhofoever fhall fave his life, fhall
nine? 18 None of them is found that lofe it : and whofoever (hall lofe
will return to his life, fhall I tell
give glory to 34
it.
God, preferve
fa
ye this
flrangcr. 19 And he you, in that night there will b
faid unto him, A one
rife, go [hy way, two men upon one
bed 5 "he

Por thy faith.ha th made thee whole. will betaken, and the other wilji
*o And when he was asked wo women will be
by be Itft. 35 I

Pharifees, when the kingdom grinding together ; the one wiU
the
of God fhould come he anfwer- betaken, and he other left. 56
;

them and faid, The
kingdom ol Two men will be in the
field ; the

Cqhlfcrh not with obfeivation one will H- taken, ar-d the other.
* i Nevb-er fhall they fay, Lo here, tft. 37 And r t
ey anfwered andf
hi ftr<f

H
According to Luke.
unto them,. Where the body is, :
fhould touch them : but when kfr
thither will the eagles be gathered difcipies liw/r, they rebuked them,
together,
*^ ^ ut 3 e ^ u5 tailed them un-:o

XVIII. He
fpake him, faying, Suffer the little chil-
alfo a parable
j

dren to come unto me, and forbid
unto them, that men ought always!
and not to faint ; 1 them not : for of fuch is the king-
to pray, 1

There was in a certain city a cer dom of God. 17 For Verily X
who feared not God, fay unto you,
Whofoever (hall noc
tain judge,
man. 3 And receive the kingdom of God as a
neither regarded
there was a widow in that city, and littlechild, (hall in no wife enter
therein. 18 a certain ruler
(he came unto him, faying, Avenge
Good Matter, what
me of mineadverfary. 4 And he asked him,
fhalll do to inherit eternal life?
would not for a certain rime : but
afterward he came iohimfclf,
and 19 But he faid unto him, Why
I tear not God, and called tbou
me good ? none //good
faith, Though
Yet becaufe fave one, God. 20 Thou know-
resard noe man,
h me I ell the commandments But he faid :
this widow eaufe trouble,
and kit which I And Jefus faid This
will o away avenge her,
her continual fhe weary Thou lhalt not commit adultery,
by coming
And the Lord faid, Hear thou (Laic not kill, thou (halt not
me. 6
the thon (halt not bear falfe wit-
faith. 7 fleal,
what unjuB judge
And (hall God avenge his own nefs, Honour thy lather and mo
not
and night ther. ii But he faid, All thefe
eleft, while they cry day
he have I from my youth. z Now 2,
unto him, and compaiuonates kept
when Jefus heard him^he faid unto
them? S I tell you, He will avenge
Yet lacked thou one thing :
them fpcedily. Neverthelefs, when him,
comet he fell aft that thou haft, and diftri-
the Son
tnc oi man
ovm u* h, (hall
-
iii" > _ -
.

find ia uh on the earth
? 9 And he bute unto the poor, and thou lhalt
in the heavens: and
unto certain who trufted in have treafure
fpake
therofelvefi that they
were righteous, come, follow me. 13 And when
and defpifed other men : 10 Two he heard this, he was very forrow-
for he was very rich.
men went up to the temple to ful 2,4 :

that he was
oneaPharifee, and one a And when Jefus w^
fa
n7av- fnl HP faJH_ Hnw harfi.
The Fharifee flood very forrowful, he faid, How hard
* t. . rot iii c~ n ji~J ..of-for t / .

publican entr
and prayed thus, God, I ly fhall they that have riches
by himfetf of God
as other into the kingdom 1$
thank thee, that I am not
!

camel to pals a
extortioners, unjuft, a. For it is
ealier for
men *re,
a needles eye, than for *
giulterers, or even publican, through
as this
I rich man 10 enter into the kingdom
ii I faft twice in the week, give
lithe* of oil that I poffef. 15
And of God. 16 And they that heard it,
afar off, laid, Who then can befaved ? ^^
.the publican Handing
And he faid, The things which
up fo much
as his
would not lift

but imore his are impofTible with men, are poiTi,
y es unto heaven,
be mercitul to ble with God: *8 And Peter faid r
bteaft, faying, God
ice
__ a finner. 14 I Lo, we have Icfc what wag our own,
tell you, this

snan went down juft med rather
and followed thee.
than 19 And her
faid iuo them, Verily I lay umo
one that
that Pharifee : tor every
you, there is one that hath left
himfelf (hall be abafed ;
n*>

sxaheth
ftull or o-r brethren or
and he that humbleth himfeH; tioqfes, parents,
fitters or wife, or children inthiitina*-
fee waited, is They btoughtun-|
he for tUfi kingdo of Gi?ds fake. 3*
tt him ;;ic fihiidren, fb
< \ t3r*f
According to Luke.
<Who fhall nor. receive fevenfokl he multitude, becaufe he was He;
more in this prefent time, and in e of ftature. 4 And he ran be-x
rhe age to come, eternal life. 3
1 re, and climbed up into a fyco-

Then he cook unro him the nore-tree to fee him ; for he was

twelve, and faid unto them, Be o pafs by that way. 5 And ic

hold, Jcrufalem, and
we go up to ame to pafs that as he palled by,
are written by the e faw him, and faid unto him,
all
things chac
the Son of accheus, make haflc, and come
prophets concerning
man will be accomplished. $2, own j (or to day I rnuft abide ac

For he will be delivered unto the hy houfe. 6 And he made hafte,

Gentiles, and be mocked,
and fpit nd came down, and received him
on. 33 And they will fcourge ejoicing. 7 And when they faw
*kim t and put him to death and : t, they all murmured. That -he
the third day he will rife again. was gone to be guelt with a man
a (inner. 8 And Zaccheus
34 And they underfiood none of hat is
thefe things : But the faying was iood, and faid unto the Lord, Be
hidden from them, neither knew hold, Lord, the half of my goods
give to the poor and if I have
they the things which were fpoken,
; :

35 And it came to
pafs, that as he aken any thing from any man by
was come nigh unto Jericho, a cer alfe accufation, I reftore four-fold,

tain blind by man
the fat
way-fide 9 But Jefus faid unto him, thac
bagging, 36 And hearing the This day is falvation in this houfe,
multitude palling by, he askec brfomuch as he alfo is the fon of
what it tould mean. And they Abraham: 10 For the Son of man
37
told him, that Jefus of Nazareth s come and fave that which
to feek

pafle:hby. 38 But he cried, fay s lott. And as they heard
1 1

ing, Jefus, thou Son
of David hefe
things,
he added, and fpake
have mercy on me. 39 And they a
parable, becaufe he
was nigh to
who went before , reb.ukec ferufalem, and becaufe it feemed
him, that he (hould hold his peace chac the kingdom of God would
bu: he cried the more, Thou Son "mmediately appear. ii But he
of David, have mercy on me. 40 !aid, A certain noble man went ia*>

And and commandec to a far country, to receive a king
Jefus Hood,
him and when he dom, and return.
to be brought :
13 And he
was come near, he asked him, 4} called his ten fervants, and deli
What wilt thou that I fhall do un vered them ten pounds, and faid
to thee ? But he faid, Lord, tha unto them, Trade till I come. 14
I .may receive my figh*. 4~ Anc But the citizens hated kirn, and
he anfwered him, Receive th fent a meffage after him, faying*
thy faith hath faved thee We will noc have this
light
: man to
43 And immediately he receive reign over u. I $ And it came to
his fight, and followed him, glori pafs, that as he returned, having
fying God : and all the
people received the kingdom, he com
when they faw /f, gave glory t manded -
his fervants to be called*
God. to whom
he had given the money,
XIX. And He entred into Jer that hemight know what every
cbo and patted through ir. a An man had gained by trading i5
behold, a man named Zaccheus Now the firft came faying.
He was the chiet publican. He wa thy pound hath gained ten pounds
rkh. 3 And he fought to lee Je 17 And he faid unto him, Well
us who be was, an$ coujd not to done, shou good fervent : bec*u(e
N
According to Luke."

thou haft been faithful in a very lit 3?, And they that were fent, wenp
tle, have thou authority over ten away. 34 They anfwered, thac
cities. 1 8 Another came and faid, The Lord had need of him. 3 5
Lord> thy pound And they brought the cole to Je us :
hath made five
pounds. 19 And
he laid likewife and caft their garments upon him,
to him, Be thou alfo over five and they fetJefusflpOH him, 36
cities, jo And another came fay as
they went, they ipread
ing. Lord, behold, thy pound, their clothes. 57 And when they
which I have
kept laid up in an were come nigh, even now at the
handkerchief. n
For I feared defcent of tne mount of Oiive?^
phee 3 For thou art an auftere man ; the whole multitude of thedifciples
thou takeft up that thou laidft not began to rejyoceand praife God, for
down, and reaped that thou didft all the tnings thac they had feen
notfow. zz But he faid unto him, done. 38 Saying, Bleiled be he
Out of thine own mouth will I that cometh in the name of the
judge,thee,
thou wicked fervant. Lord : Bleiled be the King. Peace
Thou kneweft that I was an auftere in heaven, and glory in the higheft.
man ;
I take up that I laid not 39 But feme of the Pharisees from
(down, and I reap that I did not among the multitude, faid unto
fow 2,3 Wherefore
: then gaveft him, Matter, rebuke thy eiifciples.
not thou my money into the bank, 40 Buc he anfwered and faid untp
that at my coming I might have re them, I fay unto you, that if thefe
quired mine own with ufury ? 2,4 ihould hold their peace, the Hones
But he faid unto them that flood would cry out. 41 And when he
by Take it from him and was come near, he beheld the city,
carry it to him that hath ten and wept over it, 42, Saying, If
pounds. z6 For I fay unto you, thou alfo hadft known in this day,
That unto every one which hath, what things concern thy peace I
is added and from him that hath
! but now
they are hid from thine
not, even that he hath fhall be eyes. For the days will come
43
taken away from him. 2,7 But upon thee, that thine enemies will
thofe mine enemies which would caft a trench, and
compafs thee
not that I fhould reign over them, round, and keep thee in on every
bring hither, and flay them before We, 44 And will level thee even
jme. And ye the unprofitable with the ground, and thy children;
caft

fervant unto the outer darknefs, and they will not leave ftone up.
ghere {hall be weeping and gnafh. on (tone in this whole city, becaufe

ing of teeth, z-8
And when he had thou kneweft not the time of thy
thus fpoken, he went, afcending vifitation. 4$ But
4^ he came into
to Jerufalem. 2,9 And it came the temple, and began to caft out
to pafs when he was come nigh ro them that fold therein, and them
thac bought, and overthrew the
Bethphage and Bethany,
at the

mount called the mount of Olives, tables of the money changers. 46
he fcnt two of his difciples, 30 Saying unto them, Jr is writtea,
the village over houfe is the houfe of prayer :
My
Saying, go ye into
againli^flB;
and entring ye fhalj but ye have made ic a den of
find a colt, whereon never man thieves. 47 And he was teaching
had fat ; and loofing him, bring dayly in the temple. But the chit
^

kirn hither. 31 And if
any man anil the" faibcs, and the
jpriefts,
ask "you/ thus ye fay, Be- chief of the people fought. to de.
Anil !

caufe the Lord bach need of him Jftroy him, 4$ And found nbe
According tp Luke,
what might dp to him; for (the vineyard, and killed htm.
tfeey
all che people were attentive to What therefor? (hall the Lord of
hear him. .
the vineyard do* 16 He fhali
XX. But it came to pafs. that come and deiiroy the husbandmen,
on one ot the days, as he taught and (hall give the vineyard to o-
the people in trje temple, and thers. Buc when they heard /*,
preached the gofpel, t^e chief they faid,
j
may K not be fo. 17
prieiis and the fcribes came upon! And he looked upon ihenij and
him, wich the elders, i And faid, What i this then tha: is writ
faid unto him, Tell us, By what ten, The ftone which the builders

authority doit thou thefe things re/ected ? the fame is become the
and who gave thee this head of the corner?
is he that 18 Whofo-
authority ?
3 And
he anfwered ever fhali iall uppn that (tone, fhali
and faid unto them, I will alfo ask be broken : but on whomsoever
you one thing ; in which Anfwer itfhali fall, it will grind him. 19
me: q The baptifm of John, was And the chief prieftsand the fcribes
it from heaven, or of men ? 5
the fame hour
fought to lay hands
And they reafoned with themfelves, on him ; But ihey feared the peo
frying, If we (ball fay. From hea- ple : for they
perceived that he had
ven j lie will fay, Why then be
againft chem.
fpoken this
parable
lieved ye him not And if we 10 And going ayay they fenc
? 6
fay, Of men people will forth fpies, which ftiould feiga
;
all the
ilone us for they be peifwadcd themfelves to
-,
bejuU men, that they
that John rjas been a prophet. 7 might take hold of his words that
And tney anfwered, that they could fothey might deliver him unto the
no: tcii whence . 8 And Jefus governor. zi And they asked
laidunto them, Neither tell I you him, laying, Ma(ler, we know thac
by what authority I do thefe things, thou fayfi and teacheft
rightly^
nei
p And he faid, A man planted a thcr
accepted thou the perfon of
vineyard, and let it to husband anyone; buc teacheft the way of
men But he himfelf went into a God in truth, zz Is it lawful fof
:

far country for a
long time. 10 us to give tribure unco Cefar, or
Now at rhe feafon, he fen: a fer- no? 15 Buc he perceived their
vant to the husbandmen, that they wickednefs, and faid unto
them,
fhould give him ot che fruit of the Why
tempt ye me ? zq Shew
vineyard ^ut they beat him, and me a piece of money ;
:
Whofe
feni him away empty. 1 1 And He
image and fuperfcription hath it ?
fent another fervant ;and^hey bea: They anfwered and faid, Cefars
him alfo, and treated ktm ihame- 5 And he faid unto them, Ren

futly, and fent him away empty. der unto Cefar the things which be
12. And He feat -a third; They Cefars, and unto God the thing!
wounded hirn alfo, and caft him which be Gods. z6 But they
out. 13 But the Lord of the vine could not take hold of his word
yard, faid, What (ball I do ? I Before the people and they mar :

will fend my beloved fon it
may velled at his anfwer, and held their
:

be they will reverence him. 14 peace. 2.7 Then came to him cer-
But when they faw him, they rea- ain of the Sadducees who fay there
ioned <?ne with another, faying, s no refurre&ion, and asked him^
This is she heir : come lee us kill 18 Saying, Maiter, Mofes wrote
that the inheritance
?iim, may be unto us, If any mans brother die
JJyrs, i Sp call him out of wichouc children^
j t|iejr haying a wife,
hac
According to Luke.
for a ihew
that his brother (hould take his vouring-widows houfes,
unto the lame :
wife, and raife up feed his making long prayers
brother. There were feven ihall receive greater judgement.
2,9
brethren with us and the firft: XXI. And he looked up, and
took a wife, and died without faw the rich men catting
their
gifci
And he faw
30 And
a child left. che fecond into the creafury.
2,
;

And the third; and in like aifo a certain poor widow, cafting
31
manner the feven. And they left no in two mires, which are a farthing,

child, and died. At
lafi the
31 3 And he faid, Verily I fay unto
woman alfo died. Therefore you, that this poor widow hath
3 3
in the refurrection, whofe wife of caft in more than they
all, 4 For
feven had all thefe have of their abundance
them (hall (he be ? for
caft in unto the offerings of God :
her to wife. 34 And He faid un
hath caft in all
to them, The children of this bu: fheof her penury
world are begotten and the living that (he had. 5 And
beget,
as fome fpake of the temple, how
marry and are given in marriage :

be accounted it was adorned with goodly (tones,
35 But they who fhall
and gifts, he faid, 6 Ye fee thefe
worthy to obtain that world, and
the days will come, in the
the refurrection from the dead, nei things ;
nor are in mar which there {hall not be left ftone
ther marry, given
that
36 Neither fhall they die upon ftone in the wall here,
riage.
more for are un-o fnall not be thrown down. 7 And
any ; they equal
che angels with God, being the :he difciples asked him, faying,
37 Mafler, When
will thefe
children of the refurreclion. things^
Now that the dead ate raifed, be ? and what will be the fign of
when ? 8 Bu: he faiJ, See
Mofes (hewed at the bufh, :hy coming
for many
he calleth the Lord the God of A- :hat ye be not deceived
:

come I am
br aham, and the God of Ifaac. will in my name, faying.
time draweth near r
and the God of Jacob. 38 He is He, and the
of the dead, but of the go ye not after them. 9
But when
not a God
for all live unco him. (hall hear of wait and diftur-
living : 39 ye
for thefe
Then certain of the fcribes anfwer- aances, be not afraid ;
thou hart well things muft firft come to pafs, but
ing faid, Maflcr,
not quickly. 10 For
40 And after that, they che end
is
fad.
duift not ask him any queftion at
Nation will rile againft nation, and
IE
41 And he faid unto them, .Jngdom againtt kingdom
:
all.
And will be in
How fay they that Chrift i the fon great earthquakes
of David? And David him- divers places, and famine , and
41
book of pfalms, and fearful and
felf faith in the peftilences, fighcs,
be from heaven,
The LORD faith unto my Lord, great ligns will
thefe
43 ii But
on my tight hand, before all things
Sit thou
their hands on you,
Till I put thine enemies beneath they will lay
feet, 44 David calleth him and perfecutc you, delivering you
thy
to the fynagogues, and to pri-
Lord, how is he his fon ? 4$ And up
of the before kings
in the audience all
people, fons, being brought
names fake. 1 3
he faid unto the difciples, 46 Be and rulerslfor my
to you for a
ware of the fcribes, who defire to And ic (hall tarn
walk in long robes, and love reftimony. 14 Settle it therefore
in the markets, and the in your hearts,
not to meditate be
greetings
feats in che fynagogues, and fore hand,
what ye (hall anfwer.
bigheft a mouth,
the chief feats ac feafts ; 47 15 For I will give you
tail
According to Luke
and wifdotn, which all your adver- Ihoot forth, ye fee their fruit, and
fariesfhall not be able coiefift. 16 know that fummer is
already nigh
And both by hand. 31 Solikewifeye, wfieti
ye will be betrayed
at

parents,
and brethren, and kinf- ye (hall fee thefe things, know ye
and fame of thac the kingdom of God is
folks, and friends ; nigh.
10 be put I fay unto you, thac
you will they caufe 32, Verily

to death. 17 And ye will be hated This generation ftiall by no means,
of all for my names fake. 18 But pafs away, till all thefe
things be
an hair of your head (hall not done. 33 Heaven and earth (hall
but my words (hall not
perifh. 19 In your patience pof- pafs away :

fef* ye your fouls. 20 And when pafs away. 34 Take heed to your
left at any time your hearts
ye (hall fee Jerufalem compared felves,
with armies, then ye will know be over-charged with furfeiting,
thac the defohtion thereof is and drunkennefs, and cares of this
nigh.
2.1 Then them who are in life, and that day come upon you
lee
For as a fnare (hall ic
Judea, flee to the mountains j and unwares. 3 $
let them who are in the midft of come on them that dwell on the

it, [not] depart out ;
and let 36 Bun
not face of the whole-land.
them that are in the countries, en Watch ye and pray always, thac ye
ter thereinto. 22 For chefe be may be accounted worthy to efcape
Che days of vengence, that all things all thefe
things that
(hall come to
which are written may be fulfill pafs,
and ye (hall fland before the
ed. 23 Wo
unto them that are Son of man. 37 And in the day.
with child, and to them that give time he was teaching in the temple,
fuck in thofe days: for there will and lay at night in the mount
be great ditirefs in the land, and thac is called the mount of Olives,
wrath in thispeople. 24 And they 38 And all the people came early
the edge of thefword in the to him in the tem
fljailfallby ; morning
and (hall be led away captive unto ple, for to hear him.
all nations ;and Jerufalem (hall XXII. Now the feaft of unlea-
be troden down of thg Gentiles; vened bread drew nigh, which is
unril the times of the Gentiles be called the paflbver. 2 And the
fulfilled. 25 And there (hall be chief priefts
and fcribes foughc how
him But they
gns in the fun, and in the moon, they might deftroy ;

and and feared the people. 3 And Satan en
in the flars ; upon the
earth diftrefs of nations, and per tered into Judas (irnamed Scariocjij

plexity, the Tea and the waves ro- being of the number of the twelve-

ring : 2,6 Mens hearts failing 4 And he went his way, and com
for fear, and for expectation
5<hem
muned with the chief priefis, how
of thofe things which are
coming he might betray him. 5 And they
tin the earth for the powers which
: were glad, and covenanted to give
are in heaven (hall be (haken. 27 him money. 6 And he promifed,
And then (hall they fee the Son of and fought opportunity to betray him
Bian coming in a cloud, with great in the abfence of the multitude. 7
power and glory. z8 And when Now the day of the paiTover came,
thefe are to when rhe mutt be killed.
things coming pafs, paffbver
lhen look up, and lilt upjwtr heads 8 And he fcnt Peter and John 3
nigh, faying, Go
for your redemption draweth and prepare us the
19 And he fpake to them a para paflovcr, thac we may eac. 9 And
ble, Behold the fig.cree, and all they faid unto him, Where wile
&e tree* ; 30 When they now thou that we prepare it for thee ?
10 And
According td Luke.
16 And he faid, Behold, when, that if
grearefi among youilet bin?
5

be
ye cncer into the city, a man ftiail;
and the fervant more
as the leatt
;

nieet you, bearing a
pitcher of wa- than he who fitteth down, z-j For
1

ter follow him into the
; houfe I am come in the midft of you, not as
tvhere he entreth in. And n ye he who fit eth down, but as he that
(hail (ay unto the matter of the.ferveth. 2,8 And you are increaf-
houfe, The Mailer faith, Where ed in
my miniltration, as he that
,

I ihall jfefverh j who have continued with
is the
gueft-chamber, where
* me in
cat the pafibver with rny difciples my temptations 29 And I
\

12 He ihail fhew you an
upper appointed unto you a kingdom, as j

room furnifued there make ready. the Father hath appointed unto
:

13 And they went and found as me: 30 That ye may eat and
he had faid unto them : and drink at my table in th ;

kingdom,
they made ready the patfbver. inland fit on twelve thrones, judging
And when the hour was come, he the twelve tiibei of Ifrael. 31
fac down, and the
apoftles with
And the Lord faid, Simon, Simon,
him. 15 And he faid unto them, behold, Satan hath defired you,
defire I have de(ired to eat thai he may fift^0 as wheat : 3 2,
this,
paffover with you before I fuf-
But I have prayed for thee, that thy
fr. 16 For I fay unto you, that faith fail not ; But when thou art
1 will not eat thereof, until h be converted, convert alfo thy bre
eaten new in the kingdom of God. thren. 3 3 And he faid unto him,
17 And he took the ciip s and gave Lo rd, I am ready to go with thee
thanks, and faid, Take ye this, and both to prifon, and to death. 54
divide it
among your felves. 18 And be faid, I fay to thee, Peter,
I fay unro you, I will not from the cock fhaH not crow to
day,un-
this time drink of the fruir of the till thou fliah thrice
deny that thou
vine, until the 3$ And he faid un
kingdom of God krioweftme.
foal! come. he took bread, to them, When I fent you without
19 And
and gave thanks, and brake /r } and purfe, and bag, and ihoes, lacked
gave unto them, faying, Thi s is ye any thing j And they faid, No
*ny body which is given for you; thing. 36 And he faid, But now
this do
tms in
:n remembrance of
of me. zo he that natn
hath a ba (hall take
bag inall ;?,
JLiketvife alfo the
cup alter and likewife a
purfe : and he that
fupper,
faying, This cup // the new tefta- hath not a fwore, fhall fell his
gar
ment in
my blood, ment, and buy one.
which 37 For I fay,
is ftied
a i But behold, the hand that this which is written, muft be
tor/aa.
in me, And he was
betrayeth me // on the accompliftied
of him that
table, zz For the Son of man reckoned among the tranfgreffors r
indeed goeth as it was determined : For Thefe things that concern me
but wo unto him by whom he is have an end. 38 And they faid,
betrayed. 25 And they began to Lord, behold, here are two fwords,.
enquire aifebng themfelves, who it And he faid unto them, Ic is
^vas that was to do this, 24 And enough. 39 And he came out,
there vvas alfo aftrife among them, and wenr, as he was wont, to the
who be the g remit.
Should 15 mount of Olives; and the difciples
But he un:o them, The king? aifo followed him. 40 And when
faid

Of the Gentiles lord it over them he was ar the place, he faid urit ,

and they that authority them, Pray, that ye
c^crcife enter not into
over (hem , afe called benefactor*. captation, 41 But he was with-
i-6 But eiij /V no: tk f o :" but hf
According to Luke.
throw, and kneeled A
maid beheld him as hg
down, and certain
prayed, 4:, Saying, Father, Let
by the fire, and earneflly looked
fat
not my will, but thine be done If upon him, and faid, This man was
thou be willing remove this cup alfo with him. 5 7 And he denied,
from me. 43 And there appeared faying, I know him not. 58 And
an angel unto him from heaven, a little while after another faw
ftrengthning him. 44 And being him, and faid the fame^ Thou art
in an agony$ he prayed very ear- alfo ot them : And he faid, Man*
neftly and his fweat was as it were I am not.
:
59 And about the
great drops of blood falling down fpace ot one hour after, another
to the ground. 45 And when he confidently affirmed, Of a truth I
arofe up from prayer, and was fay, this man alfo was with him ;
come to his difciples, he found them for he is a Galilean. 60 And Peter
lleeping for forrow, 46 And faid faid, Man, I know not what thou
unto them, Sleep ye ? rife and fayft. And immediately while he
pray, left ye enter into temptation. fpake, the cock crew. 61
47 And while he yet fpake, be But the Lord Jefus turned, and
hold, a great multitude, and he ooked upon Peter ; and he re-
that was called Judas Scarioth, one membred the word of the Lord*
of the twelve, went before them, how he had faid unto him, Before
and drew near unto Jefus, and killed he cock crow,thou(halt thrice deny
him. For he had given them this that thou knoweft me. 6z, And
fign, whomfoever I ftiall kifs that he went ouc 3 and wept bitterly,
is he.
48 But Jefus faid unto him, 63 But the men that held him,
Judas, betrayeft thou rhe Son ot mocked him. 64 And when they
man with a kifs? 49 When they had blind-folded his face, they
Which were about him, faw what (truck him, and faid,
Prophefie,
was done ; they faid unco the Lord, who is it that fmote thee ? 65
Shall we fmlte with the fword ? And blafpheming many
they fpake
50 And one of them fmote the fer- other
things againft him. 66 And
vant ot rhe high prieft, and cut as foon as it was day, the el
off his
right ear. 51 And he an- ders of the people, and the chief
fwereci and faid. Suffer ye thus tar, priefts and the fcribeswere allembled
And he Oreched out his hand, and together, and led him awa^ unto
touched his ear, and his ear was re- their council, 67 Saying, Arc
ftored. 52 Then he faid unto the thou the Chrift ? But he faid untd
fhief
prietts and captains of the them, If I tell you, you will noc
people, and the elders who were believe. 68 And if I alfo
a>k^H,
come co him, Are
ye come out as you will me, nor lee
not anfwer
againft a thief, with fwords and me go. 69 Now from this time
flaves
53 When I was dayly with
? fhali the Son of man fit on the
you in the temple, ye ftretched not of God.
right hand of the power
againit me : but this is
out hands 70 But they all faid, Art thou the
your hour, and the power of dark- Son of God? And he faid unto
nefs.
54 Then took they him, them. Ye fay that I am. 71 Ard
faid, What need have we
nd led kim^ into the high of
priefts they
houi e. And Perer followed him witnefles ? for we our fe!<fes have
afar oft.
^ And When they had heard of his own mouth.
kindled a fire in the mid It of the XXIII. And they arofe, ind
court and were fet round ic
;
and led him unto Pilate. 2. And they
Pfeter
warming htimfslf v?hb ihenr, $6 beg:in ro
accufc him, faying j We
According to Luke.
have found this man perverting our releafe untous Barabbas : 18 Who
nation, and forbidding to give tri for a certain fcdition made in ths
bute to Cehr, but faying, that he city and for murder was caft into
himfelf isChrift, the king. 3 Anc prifon. 19 Now of neceflity he
Pilace asked him, faying, Art tnou muft releafe one unto them at the
the king of the Jews? and he an. fealt. 20 But Pilate willing
fwered him faying, Thou fayft it to releafe Jefus, fpake again to
4 Pilate faid to the chief priell:
them, 21 But they ciied in an-
and to I find no fwcr
the multitudei, Crucifie, erucifie. 22, And
faulc man. 5 And they he faid unto them the third time,
in this
were the more fierce, faying, He What evil then hath he done ? I
fiirreth
up the people, teaching find no caufe of death in him : Buc
I will chalHfe him, and let
throughout all the land, beginning
from Galilee to this place. 6 Now 23 And they were indant with
when Pilate heard ct Galilee, he loud voices, requiringthac he might:
asked whether the man were a Ga be crucified and the voices of :

lilean. 7 And knowing that he them, and of the chief priefts pre
belonged unto Herods jurifdidion, vailed. 24 And Pilate gave fen-
he fenc him to Herod, who himfel! tence that what they required
was alfo at Jerufalem in thofe days fliould be done. 25 And he ie-
5 And when Herod faw Jefus, he leafed him that for murder was caft
was exceeding glad for he was : into prifon, whom they haddedted ;
defirous to fee him ot a long time, but he delivered Jefus to their will.
becaufe he had heard of him ; and 2,6 as they led him a way,
But they
he hoped to have feen fome miracle laid hold on one Simon a Cyre-
done by him. 9 And he queition- iian, coming ouc of the country,
ed with him in many words ; but and on him they laid the crofs,
he anfwered him nothing. 10 And hat he mighc bear it after Jefus.
the chief priefts and fcribes ftood, 27 And there followed him a com-
and vehemently accufed him. 1 1 :>any
of people, and women who
And Herod wiih his foldiers fet 5ewailed and lamented him. 28
him at nought, and mocked him, But Jefus turning unto :hem, faid,
and arayed him in a (hining robe, Daughters oi Jerufalem weep not
and fenc him back to Pilate, iz me, nor lament : but weep
"or

But. the farr;e day Pilate and Herod or your felves, and your children;
who had been at enmity, were 29 For the days will come, in the
made friends. 13 Eu: Pilare when which they (hall fay, Blelfed are
he had called together the chief he barren, and the wombs that ne-
DrieOs, and the rulers, and all the 7tr bare, and the paps which ne-

people, 14 Said unto them, Ye er gave nourifhment. 30 Then
have brought this man unto me, as hall they
begin to fay tothemoun-
one that perverterh the people :
ains, Fall on us ; and to the hills,
But having examined him before
I over us. 5 1 For if they do thefe
found no faulc in him. hings in the green tree, what {hall
you, have
1 5 No, nor yet Herod for I fenc e done in the dry ? 32 And
:

here were alfo two other male-
you to him, and nothing worthy
of

ideath is done unto him. 16 I taclors led with him to be put to
will therefore chaftife .him, and re death. ?$ And when they were
icafe him. 1 7 And they cried ouc come to the place which is called
all at once, faying, Away with. the Scull, thcie they crucified him,
thii man, Away with this manhandling the malcfaftors together: one
on
:

According to Luke.
on the right hand, and the other Galilee, flood afar off to behold
on the left. 34 But they parted: thefe thing?. 50 And behold one
his raiment, and caft a loc. 35 named Jofeph, being a counfellofi
j

And the people flood beholding
*>

But
-*. a
good man, and a iuft :
1 I
j
i He
f I S> \
<

they derided him, and they had not confented to the counfel
faid to him, Thou haft faved o- and deed of them he was of An
thers fave thy felf, if :hou beeflimathea, a city of the Jew, who
;

Chrift, the Son of God : If thou) waited for the kingdom of God.
beeft the chofen, 36 And the 51 He went .unto Pilate, and aik-
foldiers alfomocked him, coming ed the body of Jefus. 5 3 And
to him
and they brought him vi he took
; down, and wrapped the
negar, 3 7 And faying, Hail king body of Jefus in linen, and laid
puting a crown of him in a
of the Jews , and
fepulchre thac was hewn
thorns on him. 38 And a fuper in flone, wherein never man before

fcription alfo was written over him was laid
:
54 And when he had
in letters of Greek, Latin, Hebrew, laid him, he puc to the fepulchre
THISIS THE KING OF a flone which twenty men could
THE JEWS. 39 And one of hardly roll. 5 5 And i: was the day
the Malefactors blafphemed him : before the fabbath, And two women
40 But anfwering, re followed, who came from Galilee
the other
buked him, faying. Doft noc thou together, and beheld his fepulchre,
fear God ? for we are under the fame 56 And
they returned, and pre
judgement ? 41 And we indeed pared fpices and ointments j and>

juttly ; for we receive the due re rifled the fabbath-day.
ward wha: we have done
of but XXIV. But upon the firft day
:

this man
hath done no wicked of the week, very early in the
thing. 42. And turning to the morning, they came unto the fe
Lord, he faid to h m, Remember pulchre, bringing what they had
:

me in the day of thy coming. 43 prepared, and certain with them.
But Jefus anfwered and faid unto i But they reafoned among them-
him, that rebuked the other, Be of elves who now (hall roll away the
good courage, Today (halt thou be }one ? But They found the Gone
with me in paradife, 44 And it was rolled away from the fepulchre. 5
the fixch hour, and there wadark- And they entred in, and found noc
nefs over all the earth until the the body. 4 And it came to pafs>

ninth hour. 45 And when Jefus
they were perplexed abou^ it ; be
as
had cried with a loud voice, he hold two men flood by them in a
faid, Father, into thy hands I .com- fhining garment. $ And thiy
ciic my fplrit And having faid were afraid, and bowed down tktir
:

thus, gave up the ghofl.
"he
46 faces to the earth ; Buc they faid
But the fun was darkned, and the unto them, feek ye him thac Why
vail of the temple was rent. 47 is alive among rhe dead ? 6 Re
And the member how many things he fpake
centurion cryed out, and
glorifiedGod, faying, Certainly this unto you when he wa yet in Ga
was a righteous man. 48 And all lilee, 7 That the Son of man
the multitude that came together to muft be delivered into the hands
the fight, having beheld the things of men, and be crucified, and the
which were done,fmote their breafis, third day rife again. 8 And they
and their foreheads, and returned. remembred his words, 9 And re*.;
49 And all his
acquaintance, and turned, and told
all thefe
ing*
ibe women chjit followed him unt9 the eleven, and all the reft^j
* P *9 M afE
According to Lukej
TO Mary Magdalene, and Joanna, heart as to all that the
prophets
and Mary f he mother oi James, and have fpoken 26 Thac Chrift !

other women with them, told thefe ought to have fuflered thefe
things unto the apottles. n
And and to have entred into his thing;,,?
glory
thefe words Teemed to them as an z? And he
began from Mofes, and
idle tale, and they believed them all the
prophers, to expound unto
nor. 1 3 But there were two of them in the
Scriptures, the things
them who went that fame day to a concerning himfelf. 28 And
they
whofe name was Oulam- drew
village nigh unto the village, whither
maus, which was from Jerufalem they went and he made as :
though
chreefcore furlongs. 14 And they he would have pone further. 29
calked together of all thefe things But
they constrained him, faying,
which had happened. 15 And it Abide with ; for it is towards u>

came to pafs, thar while they com
evening, and the day far fpent ;
muned, and enquired, Jefus drew and he went in ro tarry with them.
near, and went with them. 16 30 And it car^e to pafs as he iat at
their eyes were holden, that mea: he took
bread, and bletTed,
they (hould not know him. 17 and gave to them. 3c And when
\

And he faid unco them, What man- they had received the bread irom |

ncr of communications ore thefe
him, their eyes were opened, and
i

that ye have among your felves, they knew him, and he vaniihed
walking fad? ?8 And one of out of their light. 32 But they
them, whofe name was Cleopas, faid among chemfelves, wag not our
Snfwering faid unto him, An chou! heart hidden within us, 3b he talk d
j

only a ftranger Jn Jerufalem, not with us by the way, as he openedj

knowing the things which arexome to us the fcriptures ? 33 And |

to pafs in ic in thefe 19 jthey rofe up the fame hour forrow-
day : ?
uc he faid unto him; What
things ? ;ful, and returned to Jerufalem;
The things concerning Jefus of and found the eleven
gathered to-
Nazareth, who was a piophet gether, and them that were with
j

mighty in deed and word, before them. 34 Who faid, The Lord is
God and all the people zo How rifen indeed, and hath
:

appeared
lfe chief and our rulers de-i unto Simon. And
prielts 35 they told
livered this man unto the judge- what [hings were done in the
1
way,
ment of death, and have crucified ;
and that he was known of them in
him. ji But we trufled that it; breaking of bread.
36 And as
was He who was:o redeem Ifrael ; they thus
fpake, he himfelf flood
an4 with all thefe
things
to day isjinthe midft of the difciples. 37
the
things! But they were terrifyed and
third day fince thefe
affright-
were done 2,2,
Yea, and certain ed, ancj
fuppofed that they had
women al(o made us aftonilhed, feen a
fpirit. 38 But he faid un-
who were early ac the fepulchre: to
them, Why are ye troubled, and
2,3 And when they found not his why do thoughrs arife in your
body, they came, faying, that they hearts? 39 Behold my hands and
had feen a vifion of who my feet, that
angels, it is I ray felf : handle
faid that he was alive. 14 And me and fee, for a hath not
fpirit
certain of them who were with us, bones and fiefh as ye fee me have.
went to the fepulchre, and found 4? And while they yet believed
5s the women faid but him we not for joy, and
;
wondered, hefaid 3
have not feen. 25 But he faid Have ye here any meat ? 42- An<3

OIHQ tjigm, p
fopls, and (low of they gave him a piece of a broiled
fifh
According to Luke,
fifth 45 And he took *V, and did be preached in his name, as far as
eat before them. 44 And he faid all nations j beginning at Jerufa-
unco them, Thefe were my words lem. 48 And ye are alfo wknedei
which I (pake unco you while I of rhefe things. 49 And behold
was yet with you, thac all things I fend the promife upon you ; buc
muft be fulfilled which were writ carry ye in the ciry until
ye be en
ten in the law of Mofes, and the dued with power from on
high. 50
Prophecs, and the Pfalms concer And he led them out co Bethany,
ning me. 45 Then opened he their and he life up his hands, and blefled
mind, thac they might underfland chem. $ i And ic came to pafs
the fcripturcs. 46 And faid he bletfed them, he was
unco while
them, Thus it i
written, chat parted from them. 51 And chey
Chrift fhould fuffer, and rile the returned to Jerufalem wich
greac
third day, 47 And that repen joy. 53 And were continually ia
tance and rcmiilinn of (ins fhould the temple
praifing God.

fbe Goff el according to LUKE is
Jrni/hed.

The Gofpel according to MARK begins.

CHAP I. from Nazareth of Galilee, and fual!

John in Jordan. 10
baptize of
E beginning of the gofpel And
coming up from tke
TH of Jefus Chrill the Son of he faw
God, 2, As it is written in Efaias the
the heavens opened, and
vva:er->

Spirit like a dove defending
the
prophet, Behold, I fend my upon him. n
And there was a
mefcnger before thy face, who voice from the heavens, Thou art
(hall The my beloved Son, In Thee I am
prepare thy way. 3
voice ot one
crying in the wilder- well pleafed. ii And immediately
nefs, Prepare ye the ways of our che
Holy Spirit driveth him one un
God, make his path* ftraight. 4 co the wildernefs. And lie
13
John did baptize in the wildernefs was in the wildernefa
,
forty days 3
and preach the bsptifm of
repen and was tempted of Satan, and
tance, for the remiifion of (ins. 5 was with the wild beafts, and the
And there wenc out. unto him all
angels miniftred unto him. 14
the
country of Judea, and ail they Now after that John was delivered
of Jerufalem, and were
baptized up, Jefus came into Galilee, preach
of him in the river con-
Jordan, the ing of the
gofpel kingdom of
fefling their fins. 6 And John God, 1 5
Saying, The times are
was clothed wich camels hair and
fulfilled, and the kingdom of God
:

he did eat locufts and wild is ac hand
hony repent ye, and believe
: :

?. 8 And he faid unto
them, I in in the gofpel. 16 Now as he patted
deed baptize you wich water
; but by the fea of Galilee, he faw Si
there cometh one after me who is
mon, and Andrew his brother,
mightier than I, the latche: of
cafting nets into the fca : for they
whofe fhoes I am nor And
worthy to un- were fifhers. 17 Jefus faid
loole, and he baptize you wich the unto
them, Come after me, and I
Holy Ghoft. 9 And ic came to will make you become fifhers of
pafs in thofe days, that Jefus esroe rnen. 18 Arjd graightway the/
According to Mark.
forfook all, and followed him. 19 that were poffeffed with demons.
And when he had gone a little fur 33 And the whole ciry was ga
ther, he faw James the fan of Ze thered together ac his door. 34
bedee, and John his brother, who And he healed them, thofe
alfo were in the (hip that had daemons he caft them ouc
mending their
nets, 20 And Araightway he call of them, and differed them not to
ed them : and they left their father fpeak; becaufe they knew him ;
Zebedee in the (hip, with the hired and he healed many that were ill of
fervants, and followed him. ii diverfe difeafes, and caftout many
And they went into Capharnaum, 35 And in the morning
daemons.
and ftraightway on the fabbath he great
awhile before diy, he wenc
entered into the fynagogue, and ouc, and departed into a folitary
22, And and there prayed.
taught them. they were place, 36
aftonifhed at his dodtrine : for he Then Simon, and they that were

taught them as one that had autho with him, followed after him. 37
rity, and not as the fcribes. 23 And when they had found him,
And there was in the fynagogue a chey faid unto him, All men feek
roan with an unclean fpirit, and he thee. 38 And he faid unto them,
cried out, 24 Saying, What have Let us go into the next villages,
we to do with ihee, thou Jefu of and into the cities, that I may preach
Nazareth ? arc thou come to deftroy here alfo : for therefore came I
us ? I know thee vvho thou arc, forth. 39 And he preached in
the holy one of God. 25 And their fynagogiies throughout all Ga-
h,e rebuked him, faying, Hold thy ilec,
and caft out demons. 40
peace, and go out of the man thou And there came a leper to him,
unclean Spirit. z6 And the un befeeching him, and faying, If
clean Spirit went out, When he hou wilt, thou canft make me
had torn him, and cryed with a clean. 41 And being angry he
loud voice, he went out of him, forth his hand, and touched
>ut

27 And they were all amazed, in him, and faith unto him, I will, be
fomuch that they queftioned among hou clean, 42 And immediately
themfelves, faying, What dodhine he leprofie departed from him,
is that, ? Or, what new power ind he was cleanfed. 43 And he
is this thathecommandeth even the
charged him in anger, and forth
unclean fpirits, and they obey him. with caft him out, 44 And faith
28 And immediately his fame unto him, See thou tell it not to
went forth unto all the region any man : but go away, (hew thy
round about Galilee, 29 And when felf to iheprieit, and offer for thy
he was come out of the fynagogue, cleaning thofe things which Mofes
he came into the houfe of Simon, commanded, for ateftimony unto
and Andrew ; with James and them. 45 But he went out, and
John. 30 But Simons wifes mo began to publHh and to blaze a-
ther lay fick of a fever, and pre-
broad the matter J
infomuch thac
fently they tell him of he could no more openly enter in
her. 3 1
And he came to her and took her to the city, but was without it}
by the hand, and lift her up i and defert places : and they came to
immediately the fever left her, and him from every quarter,
file miniilred unto them. 31 And II. And entering again into Ca
at even, when the fun was fet, pharnaum, fame days, it was
after

they brough: unto him all tha: were heard that he was in the haufe. i,
ijl with 4iverfe cUfeafgs^ and them Arid ftraightway m^ny were ga
According to Mark.
thered infomuch that
together, publicans and finners fat together
there was no longer room to re with Jefus and his
difciples : for
ceive them, no not fo much as a there were many, who alfo fol
bouc the door : and he preached lowed him- 1 6 And the fcribes

the word unto them. 5 And they and Pharifees faw him eating with
came unto him, bringing a Paraly- publicans and finners ; and they
difciples, How is ic
tick who was carried of four. 4 faid unto his
And when they could not come that he eateth with publicans and
nigh for the multitude, they un finners ? 17 When Jefus heard
covered the roof where Jefus was if, he faith, They that are well,
:

and when they had broken if up, have no need of the phyfician, but
they let down the couch upon they that are ill : I came not to
which the fick of the palfie was ly call the righteous, but finners. 18
ing. 5 When Jefus faw their And the difciples of John, and the
faith, he faid unto the Paralytick, Pharifees ufed to faft ; and they
s

Son,fty (ins be forgiven thee, 6 But come, and fay unto him, Why do
there were certain of the fcribes he difciples ot John and of the
r

fitting there, and reafoning in their Pbarifees faft, but thy difciples faft
hearts, faying, 7 Why doth this not ? 19 And he faid unto them,
man thus fpeak ? he blafphemes, Can the children
of the bride-
who can forgive (ins but God ? 8 chamber faft, while the bridegroom
And when Jefus perceived in his is wkh them ? 2,0 But the days

fpirit, that they fo reafoned with come, when the bridegroom
will
in themfelves, he faid unto
them. away from them, and
(hall be taken
Why reafon ye thefe
things in
hen fhall they faft on that day.
your hearts ? 9 Whether is it a i No one alfo feweth a piece of
cafier faid to the
paralytick, Arife,
new cloth on an old garment:
and take up thy couch and walk, elfe the new piece that filled it up,
or to fay thy Sins be for away from the old,
given taketh
rhee? 10 But that ye may know and the rent is made worfe.
power 12. And no one putteth new wine
that the Sen of man hath
on earth to for give fins, he faith to into old bottles, elfe the wine doth
the paralytick, nI fay unto thee burft the bottles, and the wine is

Arife, take up thy couch, and and the bottles will be
go fpilled,
unto thine houfe. 12 And imme polled. 2,3 And
it came to
pafs
diately he got up,took up the couch, again, that he went through the
and went out before them all, info- corn-fields on the fabbath, and hit
much that they were all amazed, difciples began as they went, to
and glorified God, and faid, We pluck the ears of corn. 14 Buc
never faw it on this fafoion.
13 the Pharifees faid. Behold, why do
And he went out by the fea-fide,and| thy difciples on the fabbath, that
him, which is not lawful ? 2.5 And he
all the multirude reforted unto
and he taught them. 14 And as anfwering faid unto them, Have ye
he pafled by. he faw f James the never read what David did,
of A1 P heus when he had need, and was an
f read
ac the of hungred, he, and they that were
Macthew.
wich him ? 2,6 He went unto the
cultorn, and faid un
to him, Follow me. And he arofe houfe of God, and did eat the
and followed him. 15 And it (hew-bread, which is not lawfui
came to pafs. that as Jefus was fit :o ear, but for the prielts, he gave

ting ac meat in hii alto co thecn which wcte with him?
houfc, many
According to Mark.
1,8 But I fay unto you, The Son came unto him. 14 And he or
of man is Lord alfo of the fab- dained that they (hould be twelve,
bath. that they fhould be with him, and
III. And
he entred again into that he might fend them forth to
the fynagogue, and there was a preach the Gofpel. 15 And he
man there who had a withered gave them power to heal difeafes 3
hand, z And they watched him, and to caft out daemons. 16 And
whether ne would heal him on the Simon he firnamed Peter. 17 And
fabbach, that they mi^ht accufe James the fon of Zebedee, and John
him. 3 And he faith unto the the brother of James and he firna
roan who had the withered hand, med them Boanerges,
which is,
Stand in the midft. 4 And he the18 And
fons of thunder
faich unto them, Is it lawful to doAndrew, and Philip, and Bartho
good on the fabbathj or to do evil?lomew, and Matthew, and Tho
tofavelife, or to kill? but they mas, and James the fan of Alpheus,
held their peace.. 5 And when and Lebbaus, and Simon the Ca
he had looked round about on naanite, 19 And Judas Scarioth,
them with anger, being grieved for who alfo betrayed him and they :

the deadnefs of rheir hearts, he went into an houfe. 20 And the
faith unto the man, Stretch forth multitude cometh
together again,
thine hand. And he ftretched it fo that
they could not fo much as
out: and his hand was reftored eat bread. 21 And when the
prefendy. 6 And the Pharifees fcribes and the reft that were about
went and took counfel with him, heard, they went out to lay
out,
theHerodians againft him, how they hold on him for they faid. He is :

might deflroy him, 7 Eut Jefus befide himfelf. 22 And the fcribes
withdrew himfclf with his difciples who came down from Jerufalem,
to the fea and a great multitude faid, He hath Beelzebub, and by
:

from Galilee followed him, and the prince of the daemons cafteth he
Judea, 8 And Jerufalem, and from out daemons, 23 And the Lord
Idumea 5 and thofethat were beyond Jefus calling them unto him, faid
Jordan, and they about Tyre, and in
parables, How can Satan caft

they about Sidon, a great multi- out Satan? 24 And if a
kingdom
tude 3 when they had heard what be divided againft it felf, that
things he did, came unto him. 9 kingdom cannot be eftp.blifhed.
And he fpake to his difciples, that And
an houfe be divided a*
25 if

a frnall (hip fhould wait on hinu be- that houfe cannot be
gainit it felf,

caufe of the multitude, left they efhblifhed. 26 And If Satan caft
fhould throng him. 10 For he out Satan, he is divided, againft
had healed many, infomuch that himfelf and his kingdom cannot
they prefled upon him for to touch be efhblifhed, but hath an end. 17
him, as many as had firokes, and No one can enter into a
ftrong
unclean Spirits. 1 1 When there mans houle, and fpoil kit goods,
fore they faw him, they fell down
except he will firfi bind the ftrong
before him, and cried, facing, man, and then he will plunder his
Thou art the Son of God. ii houfe. 28 Verily I
fay unto you,
And he earneftly charged them, chat All (ins fhall be forgiven un
that they (hould not make him of men, and blafphemies
co the fons
known. 13 And hegoeth up
wherewith foever they fhall blaf-
in
to a mountain, and calleth unto pherne; 29 But ^hofcevcr fhall
him whom he would J and the blafpberne the Holy Ghofl hath noc
According to Mark.
forgivenefs, but fhall be guilty of when he was alone, hw difciples,
eternal fin. 30 Becaufe they faid, asked of him what the parable was.
He hath an unclean fpirit. 31 And ii And he fays unto them, Unto
he cometh into the houfe, and his you ic is given to know the myfiery
mother, and his brethren fianding of the kingdom of God : but unto
without, Tent unto him, calling him. them that are without, all things
31 And he fat by the multitude : are faid in parables : iz That
and they lay unto him, Behold, feeing they may fee, and not per
thy mother, and thy brethren, ceive, and hearing they may hear,
and thy filters without,feek thee. 5 3 and not mind ; left a: any time:
]

And he anfwered them, faying, they ihould be converted, and I
Who is
my mother, or brethren ? fhould forgive their fins. 13 And
34 And he looked on thofe that he faid unco them, Know ye noc
were round ahouc him, and faid, his parable ? and how then will
Eehold, my mother and brethren. you know ail parables ? 14 The
35 For whofoever fhall do the bwer foweth the word. 15 And
will of God, the fame is my bro thefe are they by the way- fide, in
ther, and fifter, and mother. which the word is fown ; but when
IV. And he began again to teach they have heard, Satan cometh im
by the fea-fide: and theie was gather mediately, and taketh away the
ed unto him mueb people, 10 that word that was fown in their hearts,
he enrred into a fhip, and fat ^ be 1 6 And thefo are they which are
yond the fea, and the whole multi. fown on ftony ground, who when
tude was f be they fhall hear the word, receive
,
*
"

yond the fea. z i: with
gladnefs 17 And have :

Andhetau g hcthem no root in themfelves, and fo en
t readbv
7
many things in pa dure but for a time : after wud
rables, and faid unto them in his when affliction and perfection
doctrine, 3 Hearken, behold, there arifeth for the words fake, imme
went out afower 4 And it came diately they will be fcandaiized.
r

by 1 8 And others are they which are
to pafs as he fowed, fome fell
the way-fide, and the fowls of the fown
among thorns: fuch as have
air came and devoured it. 5 And heard the word, 19 And the cares
others fell on ftony
grounds, and of life, and the deceits of the
becaufe they had not much earth, world,
entering in, choke che
immediately they fprang up becaufe word, and they become unfruitful.
they had no depth of earth. 6 ao And thefe are they which are
And when the fun was up, they were fown on good ground, fuch as hear
fcorched, and becaufe they had no the word, and receive /f, and
root, they withered away. 7 Ana bring forth fruit, fonie thirty, fome
others fell
among thorns, and the fixty, and fome an hundred, z r
thorns grew up, and choked them, And he faid unto them, Is a candle
and yielded no fruit. 8 And o lighted co be put under a buihcl,
it

thers fell on or under a bed and not to be
good ground, and did ?

yield fruir, that fprang up and in- fct on a candleftick ? ^a Foe
creafcci, and brought forth fome there is
nothing hid which {hall
thirty, and fome fixty, and fome not be manifciied : neither was any
an hundred. 9 And he He
faid, thing kept fecrec, buc thar ic ihould
z$ If any man
that hath ear* to hear, let him come abroad.
lear, and he that hath uncierftand- have ears to hear, let him hear. ^ q
ing let Urn .underfUnd. 10 And he faid unto them, T^ke heed
P wbac
According to Mark.
what you heaf : wicfi whac mea- ed the wind, and thefea, and faid
Cure ye mete, it fhall be meafured Peace, and be and the wind
to you For iie that hath, to ceafed, and there was a great calm.
him (hall be added : and he that 40 And he
faid unto them, Why

hath not, from him, {hall be taKen ye fearful ? have ye not yec
are

even that which he hath. z6 And faith ? 41 And they feared a great
he faid, So is the kingdom of God, fear, and laid one to another,
as a man, that flaould cafl feed up Who then is this, that even the
on the ground, 2,7 And ftiould winds and the fea obey him ?
and rife night and day, and V. And they came unto the
fieep,
the feed ftiould fpring and grow other tide, into the country of the
not how. 18 Gerafens. 2, And when they were
up, he knoweth
For the earth bringech forth fruit come out of the fhip, immediately
of it felf, firft the blade, then the there met him out.ot the tombs, a
car, after that is the full
corn in the man with an unclean fpirir, 3

ear. 2,9 But when
the fruit is Who had bit dwelling among the
alfo brought forth, immediately he tombs, and no one could any longer
becauie the bind him, no not with chains 4 :
putteth in the tickle, m \ .* I

harvelt is come. 30 And he faid, Becaufe that he had been often
j

Whereunto fhall we liken the bound with fetters and chains with
king- j

dom of God ; what com- which they bound him; and he had
or with
j

parifon (hall we compare it ? 31; plucked them afunder, and the fet-
j rVlikea grain ofmufhrd, which ters had been broken in pieces :
i

when it isfown in the earth, is lefSj neither could any one tame him.
ihan all the feeds that be upon the 5 And night and day, he was in
j

earch. It becometh the tombs, and in the mountains,
32, greater |

than all herbs, and fhooteth out: crying, and cutting himfelf with
fo that the fowls of flones. 6 But when he faw Jeujs
great branches, j

the heaven may under the! afar off, he ran and worfhiped
lodge
fhadow of ir. 33 And vvirh many him, 7 And cried with a loud
fuch parables fpake he the word as voice, and faid, What have I to
|

But do tnou Son of
they weie able to hear/f. 34 thec, Jefus,
wi<h

wuhou-. a parable fpakc he not un- the moft hghGod ? I adjure thee
to them: and when they were thou torment me
i

by God, that
them to hisnot. 8 For Jefus faid unto him,
alone, he expounded I

difciples. 3; And the fame day
Come out of the man, thou un-
|

when the even was come, he faith clean fpirit. 9 And he asked him,
unto them, Let us pafs over unto What is thy name ? And heanfwer-
the other fide.36 And when cd, My name is Legion : for we
the multitude, they are many. 10 And befought him
they fencaway
take him alfo even as he was in the much, that he would not fend them
ihip, and there were
alfo with him away out of the country. 11 Now
other ihSps. . And there arofe there was there nigh unto the
37
a
great
dorm of wind, and the mountian, an herd of fwine feed
waves beat into the (hip, fo that ing, iz And the daemons befoughc
the (hip was now full. 38 And him, faying, Send us into the
lie was in the hinder pare of fwine, thatwe may go away unto
the Ihip, afleep on a pillow and : them. 13 And forthwith the Lord
them into the fwine. And
they awaking him, fay unto him, Jefuj fent
frUfter, careft thou not that we the unclean fpirits went our, and

39 And arifag he rebvik cmred JIUQ the fwinc, and the herd
J*fl
Accordin g to Mark.
ran violently downfieep place mcnr, T (hall be well. 29 And
a
into she Tea, about two thoufand, ftraightway the fountain of her
and were choked in the fea. 14 blood was dried up and file feh :

And thev chac fed them fled, andj in her body that (he was healed
told it unco the city, and unto the of that ftrokc. 30 And Jefus
country. And they went out to immediately knowing in himfelf,
fee what it was that was done. 1 5 that virtue had gone out of him,

And they come to Jefus, and fee and turning him about in the mul
him fitting, and clothed, and in titude, he faid, Who touched my
his
right mind, and they were clothes \ 31 But his difciples fay
afraid. 16 But they that fa w iV, unto him, Thou feeft the multitude
told them how it happened to the thronging chee, and fayft thou,
dcemoniack himfelf, and alfo con Who touched me? 32 And he
cerning the Twine. 17 And they looked round abou: to fee her thae

prayed him to depart out of their had done this thing. 33 But the
coatts. 1 8 And when he came woman fearing and trembling, on
into the fhip, the dcemoniack be account of what (he had done
gan to pray him that he might be came and fell down before
fccretly 3
with him. 19 And Jefus fuffered him, and told him all the truth.
him nor, and fai:h unto him, Go 34 But Jefus faid unto her, Daugh
home to thy friends, and tell them ter, thy faith hath made thee
how many things God hath done whole; go in peace, and be whole
for thee, and becaufe he hath had of thy ftroke. 35 While he yec
companion on thee. 2.0 And he fpake, there came from the ruler of
departed, and began to publifh in Synagogue certain who faid
the

Decapolis, how many
things Jefus to him,
Thy daughter is dead, why
had done for him : and ail men did troubled thou the Matter any far
marvel. 2,1 And when Jefus was ther ? 36 When Jefus heard this
faith unto the ruler of the
patted over again unto the other word, he
fide, a great multitude gathered fynagogue,
Be not afraid, only be
unto him again, nigh unto the fea. lieve. 37 And fuffered no one
2,2, And there cometh a certain to follow him, fave Peter, and
ruler of the fynagogue, and fell at James, and John his brother. 38
hisfeec, 23 Eefeeching him, and And they come to the houfe of the
faying, My little daughter lieth at ruler
of the fynagogue, and faw
the point of death, Come and the tumult, of them that wept and
touch her with thy hands that (he wailed greatly. 39 And when he
may be healed, and ilie (hall live. was come in, he faith unto them,
2,4 And he went with him, and Why make ye this ado,
and why
agreac multitude followed him, and weep ye ? the little child
is noc
thronged him. 2$ And a certain dead, but fleepeth. 40 But they
woman who had an 5(Tue of laughed at him ; but when he had
blood twelve years, 26 Who had himfelf put the multitude out, he
father and the mother of
fuftered many things of many phy- caketh the
ficians,and had fpent all that (he the little child, and theie chat were
had, and was nothing betrered, wi:h him, and entered in where
but rather worfe, 27 When (he the little child was. 41 And he
had heard of Jefu?, came in the cook the little child by the hand
multitude behind, and touched hii and faid unto her, Thabita curni,
garment. 28 Saying within her which Lc , being interpreted, Damfe ,
fclfj If I pay but touch his gar- I
fay unto the arife. 42- And
According to Mark,
firalghtway the darnfel arofe, and pare thence, (hakeoS the duft of
walked about ; Now fhe was
your feet, for a teltimony againft
twelve years of age, and they were them. 12, And they wenc our,
all aflonifned with a
gteataironifh- and preached tha: tney fhould re-
rr.ent. 43 And he charged them, penr. 13 And they caft out many
that no one (hould know this: dsemons, and
anointing with oyl
and faid that there fhould be
given many that were fick, healed them.
her to eat.
14 And king Herod heard, for his
VI. And he went dcnvn from! name was
fpread abroad, and they
thence, and came into his own faid, That John the Baptift was
country, and his difciples follow rifen from the dead, and there-
him. z And when the fabbath fore
mighty works are done by him.
was come, he began to teach in Buc Others faid,That he is Ellas.
the fynagogue: and many when And others
raid, That he is one of
they had heard, were altonifhed at the prophets. 16 But when Herod
faying, From whence heard, he faid, Ic is he whom I
his doctrine,
hath this man thefe
things ? and beheaded, He is rifen from the
wha: wifdom is this which is dead. 17 For Herod himfeif had
given unto him, that even fuca jfent forth and laid hold upon John,
powers are wrought by his hands? bound him, and cad him into
|and
Is not the
3 carpenter, the fon jprifon, for Herod:as fake, his bro-
this
of Mary, and the brother ot James, ther
Philips wife: for he had mar
and Jofes, and of Judas and Si- ried her. 18 For had faid John
? and are ROC his fitters here unto Herod, It is not lawful for
win us? And they were fcanda- thee to have
thy brothers wife. 19
lized at him 4 And
Jcfus faid Therefore Herodias watched him,
un;o them, that A prophet is not and would have killed
him, and
wi:hout honour,butin fmown coun could nor. 10 For Herod feared
try, and among his own kin, and John, knowing thac he was a juft
in his own houl e. 5 And he could and
holy man, and obferved him,
there do no
mighty woik, fave and when he heard him, he did ma
that he laid his hands
upon a few ny things, and heard him gladly z i
fick
folk, and healed them. But when a convenient day was
<5

And he marvelled becaufe of their come, Herod on his birth day made
unbelief. And he went round a- a fupper to his lords, caprains of
bouc the
villages, teaching. 7 And thoufands, and chief men of Galilee:
when he had called unco him the 2,1 But when the
daughter of the
twelve difciples, he fent them forth faid Herodias came in, and
danced,
by two and two, giving them and plea fed Herod, and them that
power over unclean fpirits, 8 fa: with him, the king faid unto
And commanded them char they the damfel, If thou Ask of me any
take
norhirg for tkfir jour thing, whatfoever thou wiir, I will
ney, fave a ftaff
only neither a give it thee.
:
z$ And he fware
bag npr.bj jid, nor money in their unto her firongly, Whatfoever
p fe : 9 Be i hod v\ uh fandals : thou (bait aik of me, I will
give
and not to
put on two coats. 10 it thee, even unto the half of
my
And he faid unto them, Iwto what
kingdom. 24 And file went forth,
pi ace foever
ye enter, [here abide and faid unto her mother, What
ye depart from that place.
t:!i 1 1 (hall I ask ? And fhe faid, The
And wuofoever (hall not receive head of John the
Baptift. 15 Ancl
you, nor hear you, when ye de (he came in unto che king, and faid,
According to Mark,
I will that thou give me here in a to him, Five loaves, and two fifties.
difti the head of John the Baptift. 39 And Jefus commanded them to
z6 The king when he heard was make all fie down by companies
exceeding lorry, yet For his oaths upon the ;rafs. 40 And
fake, and for their fakes who ftt they fat down inranJcs by hundreds,
with h;m,he would not retufe her. a? and by fifties. 41 And when he
Buc immediately hefenc an execu had taken the five loaves and the
tioner, and commanded his head to two fifties, he looked up to heaven,
be brought : and he went and be and bleffed, and brake the five
headed him in the prifon, 28 And loaves, and gave to his difciples to
fet before them j and the cwofifhes
brought the head in a difh, and
it to the damfel : and the divided he among them all. 42,
gave
damfel gave it to her mother. 29 And they did all ear, and were
But when his difciples heard oft ty filled. 43 And they took up
they came and took up his corps, twelve baskets full of the fragments,
and laid it in a tomb. 30 And the and of the fifties. 44 And they thac
did ear, were five thoufand men.
apoftles gathered themfelves roge-
ther unto Jefus, and told him all 45 And firaightway he arofe and

things , whac they had done, constrained his difciples to get into
ana what they had taught. 31 the (hip, and to go to the other
And Jefus faid unto them, Let us fide before him, unto Bethfaida,
go into a defert place, and do you But he fcnt away the people. 46
reft a while : for there were many And when he had fent them away,

eoroipg and going, and they had he departed into a mountain to
ho leifure fo much as to eac. 32, pray. 47 And when even was
And they getting up into a ftiip come, the (hip was already in the
departed into a defert place private midft of the fea, and he alone on
ly. 33 And they faw them de the land. 48 And when he faw
parting, and many knew bim t and
them toiling in rowing; for the
ran a foot thiiher out of all the cicies, wind was contrary to them about
and came thither. 34 And Jefus the fourth watch of the night,
when he came and faw a Jefus cometh unto them, walking
out,
great multitude, was moved with upon the fca, and would havepaf-
companion toward them, becaufc (cd by them. 49 But when they
.they were as fheep not having a faw him walking upon the fea, they
fhepherd and he began to teach fuppofed it had been an apparition,
:

them many things. 35 But after and they all cr ed out, 50 And
many hours, h s difciples Carre and were terrifyed, And he talked
:

|

faid umo hirn, This is with shew, and faying, Be of good
a defert

place, and now time is far cheer, it is I, be not afraid.
the 5 1

paffed :
36 Send them away, that And he went up unto them into
they may go into the country hard the (hip, and the wind ceafed : and
by, and into the villages, that thef they weie fore amazed in them-
may buy themfelves fomewhac to felve 8 , and wondred. ^2, Forihey
eat. 37 And Jefus anfwering, faid minded not the loaves, for their
unto them, Give ye them to eat. heart was blinded. 53 And when
I

They fay untohim,Shall we goand they had paifed over from thence,
buy bread wi:h twohundred denarii, they came into the land of Genne-
and give them to eat ? 38 And far, 54 And when they were
Jefus faith unco them ? How many corqe out of the fhip, ftraightway
Jpa ea of bread have ye! go, fee. they knew him, 55 And ran
And when they Icnew, they fay un-
through
According to Mark:
a- fes faid Honour thy father and mo-
through that whole region round
bout, and began to carry in couches ther: and, Whofo curfeth father
there all that were ill, For they or mother, let him die the death,
carryed them about wherefoever
n
But ye fay, Ir a man (hall fay
they heard Jefus was 36 And to his father, or mother, It is Cor-
whitherfoever he emred, into vil ban, that is, a gift, by tvhanfoever
chou mightft be profited by me;
lages, or into cities, or into the
country, they laid the fik in the
Ye fufter him not to do ought for
his father or mother :
fireets, and befought him that they 13 Making
might touch if it were buc the the word of God of none effect
border of his
garment : and as through your foolilh tradition,
many as touched him were which ye have- delivered : and
cured. many fch like
things do ye. 14
VII. And there came together And when he had called the mul- .

unto him the Pharifees, and certain titude again unto him, he faid un
of the fcribes, which came from to them, Hear me every one of you +
Jerufalem. z And when they andmindr$ There is nothing from
knewfbmeof his difciples did eac without a maii thatemringinco him
is to can defile him : but the
the loaves with common, that things which
hands, they come ouc
of a man, thofc are they
fay with unwaihen
condemned them. 3
For the Pha tnac defile the man. 16 If any
rifees, and all the Jews, except ears man have
hear, let him to

they waih hands often, eac noc
hear. 17 And when he was en-
bread, holding the tradition of tred into the houfe from the multi
the elders. 4 And when they tude, his difciples asked him con
come from the market, except they cerning the parable. 18 And
wa(b they eat noc. And many o- he faith unto them, Are ye fo with
tner things there be, which they out undemanding alfo .^Doye noc
have received to obferve; the wafii- perceive, that whatfoever thing
from without entreth into the man,
ing ot cups and pots, brafen veflels,
and of beds. 5 And the Phari- it cannot defile him ? 19 Becaufe
ices and fcribes a ked him, Why ic entreth noc into the heart, buc
s

walk noc rhy difciples according to nto the belly, and goeth ouc into
the tradition of the elders, buc eat the draught, and purgerh all meats ?
bread with common hands ? 6 He zo And they faid, who cometh
anfwered and faid unto them, Well out: of the man, thole
things defile
hatti Efaias prophelied of you hy- the man. 2.1 For from
within,
pocntes ; And he faid, This peo- ouc of the heart of man proceed e-
ple loveth me with thsir lip?, butlvil reafonings, fornications, thefts,
their heart hath departed far from adulteries, murder, aa Coverouf-
me. 7 But in vain do they wor-|nefs, deceit, vvickednefs , hfcivi-
Chip me, teaching doSrines, the oufnefs, an evil eye, blafphemie--,
commandments of men : 8 As the pride, foolifhnefs :
2-3 All cheie

wafhing of pots cups: and! wicked things come from within,
and
many other things ye do that- are and defile the man. 24 And from
like them; leaving the command thence he arofe, and went into the
of God, ye hold the tradition of borders of Tyre, and encred into
men. 9 And he faid unio them, an houfe. and would have no one
Well do ye reject the command- know it \ and he could not be hid.
menc of God, that ye may confirm z$ But a certain^ woman as
your own tradition \ jo For Mo : ,foon as ihe heard of him, whofe
young
According to Mark;
had an unclean on this multitude , becaufe they
young daughter j

and came and fell at nib feet :, have now been here three days, and
ipirit,
26 The woman was a Greek, a: have nothing to eat : 3 And I
Phenician by nation, and ihe asked would not fend them away fading
j

him that he would caft forth the to their own houfes, left they fainc
daemon out of her daughter. 2,7 by the way : becaufe that fome of
And he faith unto her, Let the, them came from far. 4 And his
for it difciples anfwered him, Whence
-

children firft be filled :
isj
not meet to take the childrens can one fathfie thefe men with
bread, and to caft it unto the dogs.
bread in the wildernefs ? 5 And

28 And fhe anfwered and faid un he asked them, How many loaves
to him, res, Lord.: yet the dogs have ye ? And they faid, Seven. 6
under the table eat of the chil And he commands the multitude
drens crumbs. ^9 And he faid to fie down on the ground : and he
unto her, For this faying, go thy took the feven loaves, and gave
and brake, and gave to his
way, che daemon is gone out of thy thank?,
And when fhe was to diflribute them : and
daughter. 30 difciples
fhe found they did diftribute them to the mul
gone away to her houfe,
her daughter laid upon the bed, and titude. 7 And they had a few
the dxmon gone our. 31 And a- fmall fifties: and when he had
gain departing
from the coafls of given thanks he faid, and com
the manded to fet thofe to be diftribur-
Tyre, he came by Sidon, unto
fea of Galilee, through the midft of ed. 8 And they did eat, and
the coaiis of Decapolis 32* And
were filled and they took up of
:

unto him one that way the furplu? of the fragments feven
they bring
deaf, and he had an impediment in baskets. 9 And they that had
and they befeech him eaten were about four ihoufandj
hisfpeech:
to put his hand upon him. 33 and he
fenc them away. 10 And
And he took him afide from the he himfelf entrcd into a (hip wick
and he and his difciples, and came into the
multitude, fpit, put
his fingers into his ears, and touch parts of Magedan. And the n
ed his tongue. 34 And looking Pharifees
came forth, and began to
with him, feeking of him
up to heaven, he Oghed, and
faith queftion
unto him, Ephphetha, that is, Be a fign from heaven, tempting him.

opened. 3$ And his ears were
12, And he fighed deeply in fpirit,

opened, and the firing of his tongue
and faith, Why doth this genera-
was loofed, and he fpake plain. tion feek after a (ign ?
verily I fay

36 And he charged them chat they unto you, There ihall no fign be
fhould tell no body any thing but
:
given to this generation. 13 And
what he charged them, fo much he left them, and encring into the
the more did thefe people publifliir. ihip again, departed to the other
37 And were beyond meafure fide. 14 Now the difciples had
-
aftonifhed, faying, lie hath done forgotten
to take bread, they had
all well he maketh both
:
them only one loaf,
in ihefnip with
things
the deal to hear, and the dumb to 15 And
he charged them, faying,

fpeak.
Beware ot the leaven of the Phari
VIII. In thofe days the multi- fees, and the leaven of Herod. 16
-
tude being again great, arid they And they reafoned among them-
it is bccaufe they had .no
haying nothing to eat, tie called fdvesj
the unco him, and laiih loaves 17 And when jefus knew
difciples
i I b|Ye, c if 9 be faiih unto ihem, Why rea-
foa
According to Mark.
fon ye in your hearts, becaufe ye killed, and after three
days rife a-
hive no loaves cf bread? perceive gain. And he fpake that fay
32,

ye not yet, neither mind your heart ing publickly. And Peter took him^
is blinded? 18 Having eyes, fee and began to rebuke him. 3 3 Buc

ye DOC ? and having ears, hear ye when he had turned abour, and
not ? do ye remember ? looked on his difciples, he rebuked
neither
xp When brake the five loaves Peter, faying. Get thee behind me,
I

among five thoufand, how many Satan for thou perceiveft not the
baskets of fragments took ye up ? things that be of God, but the

They fay unto him , Twelve. things that be of men. 34 And
10 And when the (even among when he had called the multitude
four thoufandj how may baskets unto him, with his difciples, he faid>

fullof fragment* took ye up ? and Whofoever will follow me, lee
they faid, Seven, n
And he faith him deny himfelf, and take up his
unto them, How is ic that ye do crofs, and follow me. 35 For
not yet mind ? 22- And they whofoever will fave his life, (hall
come to Bethany, and they bring lofe ic ; but Whofoever (hall lofe
a biindman unto him, and ic for the gofpels fake, the fame
befought
him to touch him. 23 And he (hall Cave ic. 36 For what ftiail
took the blind mans hand, and led ic profic a man if he (hall gain the
him out of the village, and when whole world, and lofe his own
he had fpit on his eyes, and put fouH 37 For what fhall a man
hijhand? upon him, he askech him. give in exchange for his foul ? 38
If thou feeil
oughr. 24 And he But Whofoever (hall jje afliamed
looketh up, and faith, I fee men as of me, and of my words, in this
trees walking. 25 After thai, he adulterous and finful generation,
put hands again upon hiseye, and of him alfo (hail the Son of man
he began to look up : and he was alhamed, when he (hall come
in the
reflored, fo as to fee ail
thingsglory ot his Fa:her, with the
clearly. 2.6 And he fent him a-
holy angels.
vay to his houfe ; and he faid unto IX. And he faid unto them,
him, Go unro thine houfe, and rily I (ay unto you, that there be
tell ic not to
any one in the village bmeof them that Hand here with
17 And Jefus wenc out, and his me, who (hall not tafie of death,
d /dples, unto Cefarea Philippi : till they (hall fee the kingdom of
and by the way he asked his difci God come with power, z And
pies, faying, Whom do men fay after fix days, Jcfus taketh with
that I am ? 28 And they anfwer-Uim, Peter, and James, and John,
d, him faying, John the Baptiii and leadeth them up into an high
:

but orherSj Elias--, and others, A J mountain a part by themfelvcs: and
One of the prophets. 29 And he! he was transfigured before them.
himfell atked rhem, Eut whom fay And his raiments became ihining,
<;

ye that I am? And Peter anfvver- exceeding white as (now ; fuch as
C handfahh unto him, Thou ait no one upon earth can fo white
the Chrift. 30 And he charged them. 4 And Elias appeared unto
them that they fhould tell no one them vvirh Mofes and talk *.

about him. 1 And bean to
he ed with Jefus. 5 And Peter an-
Cea;h rhem, thac the Son of man
fwered and faid to Jefus, Matter, i:
niuli fuftcr many
thing*, and be re
is
good for us to be here : and
jected ot :he elde-rs, and of the wil: thou that I make three taber
prfcfls and (crib^, and b<;
nacles one tor thee, and one for
Mofes,
According to Mark.
Mofes, and one for Elias? 6 For lieving generation, how long (hall
he knew not what he fhould fay, I be with you? how long (hall 1 ;

(or they were fore afraid. 7 And fuffer you ? bring him unto me.
there was a cloud over(hadowed 10 And they bioughc him: and
them and a voice came out of when he faw him , the fpiric
:

the cloud, faying, This is my be- difturbed him, and he fell on the
loved Son : hear him. 8 And ground , and wallowed foming.
prefently when they
hsd looked 11 And he a^ked his fa;her, Hovtf
round about, they faw no one any long is it ago Iince this came thtd
more, fave Jefus only with them. him ? And he faid, from a Child.
feltfes. 9 And as they came down 11 And him in
ofr.-timesic cafteth
from the mountain, he charged to the fire,and into the waters to
them thac they (hould cell no one deHroy him ; but if thou caaft do
what things they had feen, till the any thing, O Lord, have compaf-
Son of a/an were rifen from the lion on us, and
help us. 3 Jefus
dead, ic Buc they kept thac fay faid unto him, If thou canft be

ing with themfelves, cjiieliioning lieve, all
things are poifible to
one with another what it was when him thatbelieveth. 14 And (Iraight-
he (hould rife from the dead ? 1 1
way the father of the child cries
And they asked him, faymg, Why our, and fays with tears, I believe ;
fjy the fcribes, lias muit firfl:
help thou mine unbelief. 15 And
come? ii And he anfwered and when Jefus faw that the people
faid to them. If Elias comethfirit, came running together, he rebuked
he will refiore all things; and how the foul fplrit,
faying unto him,
it is written of the Son of man, Thou dumb and deaf fpirir, I
that he niuft fuffer many things, chaige thee, Come out of him, and
and be fee at
noughr. 15 I lay enter no more into him. z6 And
ur.royou, that Elas is come, and it cried, and rent him fore, and

they have done unto him whatfo- came out ot him ; and he was as
ever they would, as. it is written dead, infomuch that many faid, He
of him. 14 And when he came is dead, i 7 But Jefus took hold ot
to his difciples,
he faw a great his hand, and lifted him
up, and
multitude with them, and the he arofe. 18 And when he was
fciibes
cjuePuoning wich them. 15 come into the houfe, his difciples
And firaitway all the multitude, asked him privately, Why could
when they beheld Jefus, were not we caft ic out ? 29 And he
greatly amazed, and rejoycing, faid unto them, This kind can
16 And he asked come forth by nothing, but by
:

faluccd h m.
them, What queftion ye among prayer and fading. 30 And they
yourfelves? 17 And one of the departed thence and pa fled through.
3

multitude anfwered him ; Matter, Galilee; an.l he would not thac
1 have
brought unto thee my fon, any man fhould know;V. 31 for
who hath a dumb Spirit 18 : And
he taught his difciples, and laid
wherefoever he take-h him, he un io them, The Son of man is
dafheth him againft the ground ; delivered inro the hands of men,
and he fortieth, and gnaOieth his and they (hall kill him, and after
teeth, andwithercth away and I three days he fhall rife again.
:
5*
fiid to thy difciples, that they Buc they undcrflood not that fay-
fh HI Id c5it h;rn our, and they could
ingj and were afraid
to ask him*-
hoc call him out. 19 And h6 an- 55 And hey came to Capharhaum,- f

Iwued rh.om; tfftil faith j O unbe. and being in ih hou!$, he a^kcd
<* tteJtt,
According to Mark.
them, What was that ye difputed than
it
having two eyes to go away
by the way? 34 But they held their into their gehenna ;
48 Where
peace: for they had difputed worm dieth not, and the fire is not
a-

mong themfeives, who jb;uld be quenched. 49 For every facrifice
35 Then he hill be faked with fait,
fat
the gteateft. 50 Salt
down, and called t kern ; 36 And is good but if the fait (hall have :

he took a child, and fee him in the oil its faltncfs, wherewith (hall ic
midft of them and when he had ae feafoned ? Have fai: in your
:

taken him in his arms, he faid unto elves, and be at peace one with
them, 37 Whofoever (hall receive another.
fuch child in my name, receive; h X. And he arofe from thence,
me and whofoever (hall receive
: and cometh into the coalls of Judea
me, receiveth not me, but him that Beyond Jordan and the multitude :

fent me. 38 John anfwered him came together unto him again; as
and faid, Mafter, we faw one catt they were wont ; and he taught
ing out dxmons in thy name,
wlo them again, i And [he Pharifees
followeth not with us ; and we asked him, Is it lawful for a man
forbad him. 39 But he anfwered to put away his wife ? tempting
and faid, Do not ye forbid him : him. 3 And he anfwered and faid

for there is no one who (hall do a unto them, What did Mofes com
miracle in my name, that can loon mand you ? 4 And they faid,
fpeak evil of me. 40 For he
that Mofes fu fife red to give, to write a
is not
againft us, is
on our parr, bill of divoice, and to put her a-
41 For whofoever (hall give you a way. 5. And Jefus anfwered and

cup of water to drink in my name faidj For the hardnefs
of your hearr,
becaufe ye art Chrifts, verily I fay Mofes wrore this precept. 6 But
unto you, that he (ball not lofe from the beginning, Cod made
his reward. 42, And whofoever male and female. 7 And he faid,
(hall offend one cf tbtfe little ones For this caufe (hall a man leave his
that have faith, it is better for him. father and mother, and cleave to
that a milftone were hanged upon his wife: 8 And they two (hall
his neck, and he were call into the be one fle(h fo then
they are no :

fea. 43 And if thy hand fcanda- longer two, but one flefh. 9 What
lize thee, cut it off; it is better God hath joined, let not man put
for thee to enter into life maimed, afunder. 10 And in the houfe his
than having two hands, to be caft
difciples
him again of the
asked
into gehenna, where is che un fame word, n
And he faith unto
quenchable fire.
44 Where their them, Whofoever (hall put away
worm dieth not, and the fire is not his wife, and marry another, com-

quenched. 45 And if thy foot mitieth adultery againfi her. 12,

fcandalize thee, cut it off it is bet : And it a woman depart from
(hall
ter for three to enrer halt into e her husband, and marry another,
ternal life, than having two feer, fhe committh adultery. 13 And
to be into
caft
gehenna, into they brought
young children to
the fire that never (hall be him that he fhould touch them ;

quenched 46 Where their worm and bis difciples rebuked thofe tbac
:

dieth and the fire is not brought them.
nor, 14 But when Jefus
quenched. 47 And //"thine eye *aw it, he was much difpleafed,
/cjndaiize thee, pluck it cur md faid unto them, Suffer very
:

better, for thee to cnrer into the lii tic children to come unto roe,

kingdom ol Cod \vuh one eu: and forbid them not for of fuch ;

ii
According to Mark.
isthe kingdom of God. 15 Veri unto him, Lo, we have lefc
to fay

]y I fay unto you, Whofoever (hall and have followed thee. 29 And
all
not receive the kingdom of God Jefus anfwered, Verily I fay unto
as a lircle child, he (hall not enter you, there is no one that hath lefc
thereinto. 16 And he called them houfe, or brethren, oV fifters, or
to him, and put his hands upon father, or mother, or wife, or
therr, and blciTed 17 And children, or lands for my fake, or
them.
when he was gone the for the fake of the gofpel,
forth inco 30
way, there came one running, and But he (hall receive an hundred
kneeled to him, and asked him, fold in this time : But he that hath
faying, Good Matter, what (hall I left houfe, and lifters, and brethren,
do that I may inherit eternal life ? and mother, and children, and
1 8 And Jefu: faid unto him,
Why lands, with perfecution ; in the
calleft thou me good none world to come, (hall receive eter-
? there is

good, but one, that 19 nallife.
it
31 Bur many firft, (hall
God.
Thou knoweft the command ,be laft: and the laft, full. 32
ments, Do not commit adultery, And they were in the way go
Do not commit fornication, Do ing up to Jerufalem and Jefus :

not (teal, Do not bear falfe wit- went with them ; and they were
nefs, Defraud nor, Honour father amazed. And he took again the
and mother, 20 And he anfvvered twelve, and began to fay what
and faid unto him, Mailer, all things (hould happen unto him,
thefe have I obferved from my Behold, we go up to Jerufa
33
youth. 21 Then Jefus beholding lem, and the Son of man (hall
him, loved him, and faid unto be delivered unto the chief priefis,
him, One thing thou lackeft :
go and unto the fcribes: and they
away, fell what thou haft, and (hall condemn him to death, and
give to the poor and thou (halt (hall deliver him to the gen
,

have treafure heaven ; and tiles ;
in 34 And they (hall mock
come, follow me. 22 And he was him, and (hall fpit upon him, and
faying, and went away after
fad at the three days he (hall rife again.

grieved for he had much wealth. 35 And James and John the fons
:

23 And Jefus looked round about, ot Zebedee come unto him, and
and faith unto the difciples, How fay unto him, Mafier, we would
hardly (hall they that have riches that thou (houldft do for us what-
en er into the kingdom of God foever we (hall ask thee. !
?6 But
24 A camel may fooner go through he faith unto them, What is it
the eye of a needle, than a rich that I fhould do for you! 37
man enter inro the kingdom of And they faid unto him, Grant un
God. 2,5 And his difciples were to us that we may fit, the one on
aftonifhed at his words. Buthand, and the other on
Jefus thy right
anfwercth again, and
unto the left hand, in thy glory,
faith 38
them, Childien, hnw hard is it for But Jefus anfwered and faid unto
them that truft in riches, to enter them, Ye know not what ye ask :
into the
kingdom of God 1 26 can ye drink of the cup that I
And they were aftonifhed out ol drink of; or be baptized with
mcafure, faying among themfelves, the baptifm that I am baptized with;
Who then can be faved ? 27 And 39 Ard they faid, can. And We
Jeffs looking upon them, faithunto them, Ye (hall in
Jcfus faid
With men it is imoofTible, but no- deed drink of the cup that I
with God. 28 And Peter began drink of j and wiih the baptifm
Q2 that
According to Mark.
that I am
baptized withal, (hall, Jerufalem, and unto Bethany, as
ye be baptized : 40 But to fit on the mount of Olives, he fendeth
my right or left hand, is not forth two ot his 2, And
rjand difcipics,
mine to give>
unto them, Go away into the
but to them for faid
whom ic is prepared. 41 When village over againft you , and
the other ten heard iV, they began as foon as ye be entred, ye fnall
to be rrjuch
dilpleafed with James find a colt ued, whereon never
and John. 41 And Jefus called man fat ; loofe, and
bring him.
them to him, and faith unto them, 3 And if any one fay unco
you,
Ye know that they who are ac Why do you loofe the colt ? fay ye,
counted to rule over the Gentiles, that the Lord hath need of him ;
exercife Lordfhip over them alfo and (traightway he fends him aoa n, :

and their great ones exeicife autho 4 And they went away and found
rity upon them. 45 But fo it is the colt tied by the door without,
not among you buc whofbever in a place wheie two ways met
: ;

5 And foroe
will be gieit among you, fhall and they loofe him.
your minifter 44 And whofo-iof them that flood there, faid unco
.

ever of you will be the chief, fhall rhem, Whit do ye looting the colt *
be your fervant. 45 For even the| 6 And they faid, even as Jdiib had
on of man came noc to be mini- faid to them : and they letthem go.
fired unto, bur to minifter, and 7 ;
And they brought the cole to
to give his Hie a ranforn for many, Jefus, and they call his garments i

46 And hecornerh to Jericho : and jon him ; and he fac upon hirn. $
as he went out thence wirh his And many fpread their Barmen s

fifclpiesi and
a orea: multi ude, n the way ; and orhers cur down
blind Bartimeui, the fon of Timeu?, benches oft the :rees, and ftrawed
At begging by the way- tide. 47 in the way. 9 And they that
A Tii vhen he hcaid that it Jefus went along, and they that follow
wa>
j

ed Nasjrsrh, he began to crv our, ;ed, oied, faying, Bldfed be he
jtid fay, Jcfus, thou Son of Da-|that cometh in the name of the
vi,i have mercy on me.
t 4$ And Lord : 10 And bleifed &e she i

many threarened him that he fhould kingdom of our father David, that
j

hold hi peace but he cried che conieth
: Hofaana in the h ghett. :

more a g deal, Thou fon of 1 1 And he entered into Jerufalem,
r^ a -

David have mercv on me 49 And and inro the temple; And when
Jefus troo.i and b d him be he had looked round about upon
ftill,
:

and they fay to the blind all things, and now the hour of
:

man, Be of good comfort, rife evening was come, he went out un ;

he cillerh thee. 50 And he ca(i to Bethany with the twelve difci-
nib leaped up, and ples, ii And on the morrow as
away gument,
jUrne
to him. And Jclus an- they came fiom Bethany, he was
<T

f* e:ed and laid unto h m, Whar hungry. 15 And feeing a fig-tree
wilr thoi that I fhould do unto from far, having leaves, he came,
1
.

th:e ? The blind man faid unto to fee if there were any thing
him, O Lord, Rabbi, that I might thereon, and he found nothing buc
receive my l^g -.r. 51 And Jefus leaves ; for the time of figs was
fold unto him, Go away ; thy 14 Jefus anfwered and
faith not
yet.
ha h made thee who!e. And im- faid unto it, No man eat fruit of
nied aiely he received his fight, and rhee hereafter ior ever. And his
(followed hirn in the way. disciples heard. 15 And they entred
XI. And when he caaoi nigh IQ imp Jerufajemj and when
According to Mark.
the temple he began to cafi my
to do thefe things ? 2.9 And
on: thence thofe thac lold and Jefus anfwered and faid unto them,
bought in the temple, and the ta I will alfo ask you one word, an-
bles and fwer me, and I will tell you by
of the money-changers,
the Tea cs of doves; what au-hority I do thefe things;
them that fold
i6And would not fufter that any 30 The baptifm of John, was ic
onelhould carry a vedel through the from the heavens, or of men? an-
temple. 17 And he taught, fay fwer me, 31 And they reafoned
ing unto them, Ic is written, My with themfclvesj faying, Whac
houfe (hall be called of all nations (ball we fay \ If we (hall fay, From
the houfe of but ye have heaven, he will fay to us, Why
:
prayer
made den of thieves. 18 And the then did ye not believe him ?
it a 31
fcribes and chief piiells heard, and If we (hall fay, Of men, we fear

foughc how they might destroy him ; the people : for all men knew John,
for they feared him, bccaufe all the that he was a prophet indeed. 35
multitude was attonifhed at his doc And they anfwered and faid unto
trine. 19 And when even was Jefus, We know not. Bur Jefus
come, he went out of theciry. 10! anfwering faith unto him, [theroj
And in the morning, a* they pafled Neither do I fay to you by ^hac
yjby, thsy faw the fig-tree dried up authority I do thefe things.
the roors.
"from 21 And Peter call- XII. And he began to fpcak un
jng to remembrance, faith unto to them by parables. A man plant
f

him, Matter, behold, the fig-tree ed a vineyard, and fet an hedge
Avhich thou curfedft, is withered a- about it, and digged the wine- far,
j

way. 21 And
anfwering faith
Jefus !
and built a tower, and lee it cut
1

unto them, If yc had the faith of to husbandmen, and went inro a
God, 23 Verily I fay unto you, far country, 2 And ac the feafon
Whofoever (hall fay unto this he fent to the husbandmen a
mountain, Be thou removed, and fervant, that they might give him
be :hou caft into the fea, and (hall of the
of the fiuic
vineyard,
not doubt in his heart, but what And
they caught A/w, and beac
3
he faith fhall come to he fhall him, and fent him away empty to
pafs,
have whatfoever he faith. 24 him. 4 And again he fent unto
Therefore I unto you, What them another (ervant ; and they
fay
things ye defire when ye
pray, bc- beheaded him, and expofed him to
$ And he fentanorher
"licve that
ye (hall receive r&fro, and contempt,
ye fball have them 25 And when fervant and him they killed :
;

ye fland, praying, forgive, if ye and many others, bearing fome,
have ought againfi any and your but killing others. 6 Having yec
:

Father alfo, who is in heaven will therefore one fon, the well-belo

forgive you your trefpailes. 26 ved, he fent him alfo laft of ail,
But if ye do not forgive, neither
faying, They will reverence my
will your Father who is in heaven, fon. 7 But the husbandmen faid
forgive your trefpafles. 27 And he amongft themfelves. This is the
Cometh again to Jerufalem; and heir ; come, let us kill him, and
as he was 8
walking in the temple,! the inheritance (hall be ours.
there come to him trie chief
priefts, And they rook,
|
and killed him,
and the fcribes, and elders of thelandcafi him out of the vineyard,
people, 28 And fay unto him, Bv 9 Whac will therefore the Lord of
!

tyhat aurhority doft thou thefe the vineyard do $ he will come and
|

Jhings ? Who gave chee this awtho- the tiusbandmen* 3nd will
Uedroy
give
According to Mark.
unto others. 10 them ? for the feven had her to
give the vineyard
And have ye not read this fcripture? wife. anfwering, 14 But Jefus
The ftone which the builders re- faid unto them, Do ye noc there
jetted is become
the head of the fore err, becaufe ye know not the
corner. This was from the fcriptures, neither know ye the
1 1

Lord, and marvellous in our power of God ? 2,5 For when they
is

eyes, iz And they fought to lay fhall rife from the dead, they nei
hold on him, but feared the multi ther marry, nor are given in mar-
tude, for they knew that he had riage : but are as the angels
who
them are in the heavens. 26 And as
fpokcn the parable againft
:

and fhey iefc him, and went away. touching the dead, that they rife :

the have ye not read in the book of
13 And they fend certain of
in the bufh God fpake
Pharifees, and of the Herodian?, to Mofes, how
entangle him in hi: woids. 14 unto him, faying, I *m the God
And che Pharifees asked him, Ma- of Abraham, and the God of Ifaac,

fier, ve know that thou art true, and the God of Jacob ? 17 He is
and carett for no man : for thou not the God of the dead, but of
not the perfon of men, the living : ye therefore do greatly
regarded
but reached the way of God in err. 2,8 And one of the fcribescame,
truth : Tell us, Is it lawful to give and having heard them reafoning
to Cefar, or not ? and feeing that he had
capitation money together,
anfwered them well, asked him,
15 Buc Jefus feeing their hypocri-
tempt yc faying, Mafter, Which
the firft
fie, (aid unto them, Why is

me? bring me a 29 But Jefus an-
denarius that
? I commandment
fee 16wered him, and faid, The firft of
And they broughr
may >V.

it i and he faith unro them,Whofe all is, Hear, Ifrael, The
Lord our
is Chi* image and fuperfcription ? God is one Lord i 30 And
thou {bait

and they faid unto him, Cefars. ove the Lord thy God with all thy
and
17 Bar Jefus anfwering faid, Ren hear, and with all thy foul,
der *o Cefar the things that are Ce with all thy Orengfhirhis is the firft
far*, and to God the things
that cimmancment. 31 Buc thefecond
are Gods. And they marvelled at is like to this. Thou (halt love>hy
is none
him. 1 8 Then come unto him the neighbour as thy (elf : there
Saddticeee, fay there is no other
who commandment greater than-
refurre&ion and they asked him, thefe. $z And the fcribe faid unto
;
rhou haft faid
faying. 19 Mailer, Mofcs wrote him, Well, Mafter,
mans bro her die, ihe rruth for there is one God, and
unto us, If a :

and huh a wife, and leave no rhere is none but he. 53 And to
all thy heart, and
children, that his brother (hall love him with
with all
take his wife, and raife up feed un with all tky power, and
to his brother, 2,0 There were thy foul, and to love thy neighbour

therefore feven b:e:hren as thy felf. is more than whole
among
took a burnt-offerings and facrifices. 34
you: and
the firft wife,
and died, and iefc no faw that he an
feed, zi And when Jefus
and fwered difcreetly, he faid
unto
And rhefecond took her, died,
neither left he anv feed: 2,1 And him, Thou art
not far from ?he

an like manner the feven had her, kingdom of God.
And no man
aod left no feed : laO of all the durft ask him any queftion. 3^
woman died alfo. 2,2 In the re- And Jefus anfwered, while he
furre&ion therefore, when they {hall tauoht in the temple, How fay the

wbofe wife (halt Ihe be of fcribes that Cbrift is the fon of Da-
rife,
vid?
According to Mark.
5 And
:

jvid? 6 David himfelt fays, by hings (hall be fulfilled ?
3

jthe Holy Ghoft, The Lord fefus anfwering, began to fay un
("aid

to my Lord, Sic thou on ray right to them, Take heed left any ooe
hand, till I (hall put rhine enemies deceive you. 6 For many ihail
I beneath thy feer. 37 David him- come in my name, faying, I am
I
felf calleth him Lord ; and whence he: and (hall deceive many. 7
II
is he his fon ? And the multitude And when yc fhall hear of wars,
t<was
great, and heard him gladly. and rumours of wars, be ye noc
ii
38 But hefaid unto them as he was difturbed : for that muft needs be j

j
teaching, Beware of the fciibe?, but the end jball noc be yet. 8 Foe
land who delight to nation (hall rife againft nation, and
publicans,
long clothing, and to
be fa- kingdom
I
go in
againft kingdom ; and
!
lured in the markets. 39 And there (hall be earthquakes in diitefs
it the chief feats in the fynagogues, places, and taminc> : thefe arc cbc
i|
and the uppermoft feats ac feaiis beginning of forrows. :
9 After
40 They devour widows houfes, ward they (hall deliver you your
j
and on the pretence of orphans felves up to councils ; and in the
i| make long prayers : thefe fhall re- fynagogues ye (hall be beaten, and
,
ceive far gieater judgement* 41 ye (hall be fee before rulers and
I
And Jefus fat overagainft the trea- kings for my fake, for a teftimony
i| fury, and beheld how the muhi- to them. 10 And the gofpel omli
ttfde call inmuch. 41 But there firft be preached unto all nation**
j came one widow, and (he threw i And when they (hall lead, and r

in two mires, which are a
farthing. deliver you up, take no thmighc
4? And Jefus called unto him his beforehand what ye (hall fpeak;
difciples, and faid unto them, Ve- but whatfoever (hall be given
rlv I unto you, that this poor you in that Hour , that fpeak
fay
widow hath cafi more in than all ye : for ic is not ye that fpeak,
they who have call into the trea but the Holy Ghoft. 12, And che

fury. 44 For all thefe did caft in brother fhali betray the brother to
of their abundance : but (he o death, and the father the fon ; 1

her want did caft in all that (he and children (hall rife
up agatnft
d, all her living. parents, and (hall put tbsm to
XIII. And as he went out o death. 13 And ye fball be hated
the temple, one of his difciples of all for my name : but he thac
faith unto him , Mafter , fee endures unto the end, the (aoce
whac ilone, and what build (hall be faved. 14 But when ye
ings of the temple are thefe. (hall fee the abomination of defo*
;

And Jefus anfwering faid unro lation, (landing where ic ought nor,
them, See you chefe great building let him thac readerh, caind whac
Verily I fay unto you, that there he readeth, then lee them chat be
(hall not be lett one ftone
upon a m Judea, flee to the mountains:
5 And
nother here, that (hall not be let him that is on the
1

thrown down and go down into the
in three day
; lou/e-top, not
another (hall be raifed wichou houfe, neiiher enter therein, to
hands. 3 And as he fat upon the cake any th ni ;
out of his houfe.
noun: ot Olives, over
againft the 16 And let him that is in the field,
temple, Peter, and Jjmes, and John, nor turn back to take up his gar
and Andrew A-kcd him by hinv eifJ ueir. 17 ro rh-.m that are Wo
4 Tel! us when thefe things fh-.ll be:Kvich child, and to them that give
and whac the f?gn when ail thetcl uck ai tbo. c i3 And pray-
days.
ye
According to Mark.
y that [thefe things] be not
in the man taking
a far journey, tvholefe

the winter. 19 For thofe days fhall houfe, and gave authority to his
his

be afflictions, (uch as have not fervams, and to every man his
been from the beginning of the work, and commanded the porter
creation which God created unto to watch. 35 Watch ye therefore,
this lime, and may this not be a- for ye know not wnen the mailer

gain. *o And except that the of the houfc cometh ;
ac even, or
Lord had fnortned thofe the cock-crow
days, lor at midnight, or ac
his cleft* fake* no flefh fhould be ing, or in the morning 5 36 Left
>ived : but for the elects fake, coming out fuddenly, he find you
whom he hath chofen, he hath deeping. 37 And what I fay unto
fhortned the days. 2,1 And then, you is, Wa .ch.

it
any one (hall fay, Lo, here XIV. After two days was the
Chrift, or lo, therebelieve it not. paffover : and the chief priefis, and
:

zi For falfe prophets fhall arife 3 the feribes fought how they might
and fnall makefigns and wonders. take him, and pat him to deach.
to (educe, it it were pofiible, the a But they faid, Left theie be on
eleft. 2,3
But take ye heed be the feaft an uprore of the people.
:

hold, I have foretold you things. 3 And Jefus being in Bethany, in
all

2,4 But in thofe days, after that the houfe of
Simon the leper, as
tribulation, the fun (hall be dark- he fat at meat, there came a woman
ned, and the moon fhall nor give having an alabafter box of oint-
her light :
2.5 And the furs of hea- rnent and fhe brake the alabader-
;

ven (hall be falling, and the pow box, and poured it on his head.
4
ers of the heavens fhall be fhaken. But his difeiplcs had indignation
26 And then (hall they fee the Son within themfelves, and faid, Why
of man coming upon the cloud*; was this wade of the ointment ?
with great power and glory. 27 5 This ointment might have been
And then fhall he fend the angel , fold for more than three hundred
and (hall gather together the eled denarii, and have been given to
from the tour winds, fiom the ut- the poor. And they murmured ae
termofl parts of the earth, to the her. 6 And Jefus faid unto them,
uctermoft parts
of heaven. 18 Let her alone, why trouble ye her \
Now learn a
parable of the fig-rree: fhe hath wrought a good work in
When her branch is yet render, me. 7 For ye have the poor with
and forth leaves of itfelf, you always, and whensoever ye
putteth
that fumn;er is already will ye may do them good
ye know but :

near : 2,9 So ye likewife, when ye me ye have not always. 8 She
fhall fee all thefe things come to hath done what fhe could (he is :

pafs,
know thar it is
nigh, at the come atorehand to anoint my body
doors. 30 Veiily I fay unto youjjto the burying. 9 But verily I
that this generation (hall not pa fs, I fay unto you, Whetefoever the
till all ihcfe things be done. 31 gofpel (hall be preached through
Heaven and earth (hall away : out the whole world, what (heaifo
pafs
but my word* away. hath done fhall be fpoken of, for
(hall not pafs

32, But of hour a memorial of her.
that day or 10 And Judas
kuoweth no one, no not the angels Scarioth, one of the twelve, went
tvho are in, heaven, neither the unto the chief piiefh, to betray
1 1 And
8on, but fhe Father. 33 Take ye him. they were glad, and
heed heretore, vvarch for ye know promifed to t?
i
give him money.
/ ^

when the time *>.
34 As a trie
fought how he migh: cor.vcnieiv-
According to Mark;
iz And the firft And when
betray him: they had fung an
1>

day of unleavened bread, when they went out into the mount of
they killed the paflover, the difci Olives. 17 Then Jefus faith unto
ples fay unto him. Where wile thou them, All
ye (hall be offended :
that we go and
prepare for thee, for it is written, I will fmite the
thac thou mayeft eat the
paflover ? Ihepherd, and the
ftieep fhall be
13 And he fendeth forth two of his fcattered. zS But after lam
Go rifen^
difciples, faying, ye into the
go before you unto Galilee.I will
city, and a man
bearing a pitcher 19 But Peter faith unto
of water fhall meet him, If
you : follow all fhall he offended, yet */// noc
him. 14 And wherefoever he fhall I be offended.
30 And Jefas faith
go in, fay ye to the matter of the unto him, Verily I
fay unto thee,
houfe, The mafler faith, Where is that this
night, before the cock
my gueft chamber, where I fhall crow thou wile deny me thrice.
eat the paflover with
my difciples ? 31 But he faid, If I ftould die
i$ And he will fhew you a large with thee, I will not
deny thee in
upper room furnifhed and prepared: ~ny wife. Like wife faid
they all.
and there make ready for us. 16 i And
they came to a place which
And his
difciples went forth, and was named Gethfemanei and he :
came into the ciry, and did as he faith to Sit them, ye here, while J
had faid unto them
and they fhall pray. 33 And he taketh
made ready the paflbver.
17 But with him Peter, and
in the
James, and
evening he cometh with the John, and began to be fore
twelve, 8 And as
amazed,
they fat and and to be very heavy,
j

did 34 Theri
eat, Jcfus
faith, Verily I fay faith he unco
them, My foul is ex
unto you,* one of /you who eateth *

ceeding forrowful unto death : tar
"*
*

with me, will
betray me. 19 And ry ye here, and watch.
35 And
they began to be forrowful, and he proceeded a little, and fell
to fay unto him one
on
by one,* Is it his face, and
prayed, thac if ic
I ; and another, Is ic \ ? ZQ And were poilible this, hour
he faith unto them, Jt /V one of from him. might pafs
36 And he faid, Abba a
the twelve, that
dippeth with me Father, All things are
poflible unco
inthedifh. zi The Son of man
thee, cake away this
indeed is betrayed, as it is written cup from me :
nevertheless, not what I will, buc
6f him; but wo to thac man
by what thou wile, And he co-
whom he is betrayed good were meth, and finde h 37:
:hem
ir for that man if he had fleepingj
not been and faith unto
Peter, Simon, deep-
born, zz And as they did
eat, he eHf thou ? could
took bread, and blefled, and nocye watch one
brake, hour? 38 Watch ye and pray.,
and gave to them, and faid, Take that
ye enrer not into temptation:
//: this is
my body. ^3 And he the fpirit truly #
took the cup, and when he had fiefh if willing, but the
weak. 39 And again he
given thanks, he gave ic to them : went away
and they all drank of it. prayed. 40 And
24 And when b$ came, he found /hem a-
fie faid unto thcrrr, This is
my lleep, for their eyes were heavy :
blood of the
covenant, which is neither knew they what to anfwer
fhed for many, z^ Verily J fay him. 4:1 And he comerrx thfc third
unto you 3 I will not dr-nk
any time, and faith unto rherri,
tnore of the fruit of the Sleep
vine, un on, and take your reft : the end is
til that
day when I fhall drink it very near, the hour is
in i&
1
come; be.
kingdom of God *6 hold, the Son of main is betrayed
1
.

ft
According to Mark.
into t|;e hands
of finners. 41 days I will raife up another niid^
R,ifeup, let us go: lo^hethatbe- without hands. 59 But neither fo
trayeth me is ac hand. 43 And did their teftimony agree. 60 AncJ
j

while he yet fpake, cometh Judas the high prieft ftood up in the
!* -, f j in , *
I

!

Scarioth, one of the twelve, and midft, and asked Jefus, fayingj
\ \\trf~
with him a great multitude with Anfwereft thou nothing ? what is
fwords and ftavcs, from the chief it which thefe witnef* againfttheeS
priefts, and the fcribes, and the el 61 But he held hi? peace, and an-
ders, 44 And he th,at betrayed fwered nothing. The high prieft
him, ha^l given a fign, faying, faid unto him, Art thou the Chrift,
XVhomfoever I (hall kifs, is he, the Son of the Bleffed 62. Buc

lay hold of him, and lead It M a- Jefuj anfwered and faith to him, I
I

way fafely. 4$ And he came arn and ye fhall fee the Son of :

to him, and faith, Rabbi, and man on the right hand of
fitting
kitted him. 46 And they laid their
power, wich the clouds of heaven.
hands en hitn y and felled him. 47 63 But the high prieft rent his
And one of them drew a f^vord, clothes, and faiih, What need have
and fmote a fervant of the high we any farther of witneiles ? 64
prieft, and cut off his ear. 48 And Ye have heard his blafphemy whac :

he faid unto them, Are ye come think yc 2 And they all condemned
out aojinlt a thief, with fwords and him to be guihy of death. 6$ And
fiaves, to take me? 49 f was fome began to fpit on his face, and
daily with you in the temple, they buffeted him, and faid unto him,
reaching , and ye feized me Prophefie and they flruck him :

not but that the fcriptures mav with the palms of their hands. 6$
:

be fulfilled. 50 And they all for- And as Peter was in the palace,
iqok him and fled. $ r But a cer there cometh to him one of the
tain young man followed them, maids of rhe high prieft. 67 And
having a linen c oih caft about his feeing Peter y/arming himfelf, (he
naked borly ; and they laid hold on looked upon hjm, and (aid, Thou
52, And he left the linen waft with Jefus of Nazareth. 68 Buc
him.
clorh, and fled from them naked. he denied, faying, I neither know
$3 And they led Jefus away to the nor underftand what tfeoufayft. He
high and all the chiel went out into the porch ; and the
priefts, and the elders, and the cock crew. 69 And the maid fee-
:
Scribes came together to h rn. 54Jing him again, he denyed again,
And Peter fallowed him afar off, and ffce bigan to fay to them that
even info the pahce of the high ftood by, This is o%e of them. 70
prieft i
and he fat with the fervarts, And a little after, they that ftood
varming himfeltat the fire. thou ar:
$$|by faid again. Surely
And he chief pricds sndthe whole of them
f
for thou art a Galilean.
?

council fought w tntfs againfi 71 But he began to curfe, and to
f">r

Jefus that they might puc him to fay, I know not the man of whom
d23th ; and found nnne. $0 For ye fpeak, 71 And prefencly the^
many bjre fa^fe wit^cfs
and fpake cocjs: crew the fccond time. And
a :sin(l him, bur their teftirnony did Peter called to mind the word tha:
nit agree. $7 And others arofe, Jefus faid. AnH when he though:
and hue falfc witnefs againft him, :hereon, he began to weep.
fy^ne, 58 heard him fay, I XV. And ftraightway
in the
will dcftroy temple rhn morning the chief priefts held a con-
is

hai ijs, an^i within
three flotation with the elders ^nd ffribef^
According to Mark;
a^d the whole council, and bound iad taken off the purple from him,
Jsfus,
and led him away into the hey put his own clothes on him,
hall, and delivered him
to Pilate. and led him out to crucifie him.
L And Pilate asked hiro. Arc thou 2 1 And they compel one Simon a Cy-
he an- enjan, who was palling by,
ticking of the Jews? And coming
faith unto him, Thou fayft out of the country, the father of
fwering
it. 3 And
the chief priefts accufed Alexander and Rufus, to bear his
him of many things. 4 And Pilate crofs. 22 And they led him unto
him again, faying, Anfwer- he place Golgotha, which is, be-
eft thou nothing ? behold how ma ng interpreted, the place of &
ny things they accufe thee of. 5 (cull. 23 And they gave him to
iBjUt Jefus yet anfwered nothing ; drink,
wine mingled with myrrh;
fo chat Pilate marvelled. {5 Now and he received it not. 24 And
at that feaft he releafed unto them when they had crucified him, they
one prifoner whomsoever they re- parted his garments, andti(\. a loc
there was one named upon them, what wiry one fhould
quiied. 7 And
Barabbas, who lay bound with them take. 25 And it was the third hour,
that had made an infurreclion, who and they guarded him. 26 But the
had committed murder in the in fuperfcrprion of his accufation was
furreftiou. 8 And the whole mul written over, IS THIS THE
titude got up, and began to dcfire KING OF THE JEWS.
hicn to do as he had ever done un 17 And with him were crucified
to them. 9 But Pilate anfwered two thieves ; the one on his right
and faith to chem, Will ye that I hand, and the other on the left.
rcjcafe the king of the Jews ? 10 29 And they that paffed by, blaf-
For he knew that the chief priefh phemed him, wagging their head?,
had delivered him for envy, nand faying, Ah, thou that deftroy-
But the chief priefls perfuaded eft the temple, and buildeft it in
thp mulcitude that
he fhould rather three days] 30 Save thy felf, and
releafe Barabbas pntp them. 12 come down from the crofs. 31
And Pila;e anfwered, and faid un But the chief priefts mocking, faid
to them, What will ye then that among themfelves with thefcribej,
I (hall do unto the king of the He favecj others, hirn/elf he cannot

Jews ? 1
3 And they cried out fave. 3 2 Let Chrifi the king of
again, faying, Crucifie him. Ifrael defcend now frorn the crofs,
Then Pilate unto them, What that we may fee and believe him.
faiij

evil hath he then done * And they And they that were crucified with
cried ou: exceedingly, Crucifie him,
reproached him. 33 And
h m.
:

15 And Pilate releafed Ea when
the fixth hour was
come,
rabbas unco them, but he fcourged chere was darknefs over the whole
him, and delivered Jefus to be cru earch, until the ninth hour. 34
cified, j 6 And the foldiers led And at the ninth hour Jefus called
him away into the hall, which is with a loud voice, /*/, Eki, L*m*
the Prerorium. ;
and they call the Zaphtbani ? which is, being inter
whole band. 17 And they put preted, MfGod, my
hii on purple, and platted a crown Go4, v>hj Ijqjl thou * [* reproach -
of thorns, and put it upon bim 35 ed roe.
forfaksnrne?
1 8 And
began to falute him, Hail, And fome of
king of the jews. 19 And they them that flood by, when they
fmoce his head with a reed, and heard it, faid, This man calleth
(pit upon him, 20 And when they lii*s. 56 And one ran and filled
According to Mark.
d/punge with vinegar, and puc it che
fepulchre ? for it was
on a reed, and gave him to drink, grpat. 4 And they come and find
laying. Lee alone rlet us fee whe the (tone rolled
away. ^ And en-
ther EHas will come to take him
cring into the fepulchre; they faw
down. 37 And Jefus cried with a a young man fitting on the
right
loud voice, and gave up the
ghofi. fide, clothed in a long white gar-
38 And the vail of the temple was ment; and were they affrighted.
rent into two parts, from the top to 6 And the Angel feith unto
them,
the bottom, 39* And when the Be not
affrighted : ye feck Jefus
centurion who (food there over a- of Nazareth, who was
crucified :
gaiaft him, faw that he fo cried our, lie is rifen, he is not here behold :

and gave up the ghoft, he faid, lis
place where they laid him. 7
Truly this man was the Son of God, But and tell his and go difciples
40 There were women looking eter, that lo I
go before you into
from afar : among whom was Ma alilee there (hall ye fee me, as :

ry Magdalene, and Mary the mo- faid unto you. 8 And they went
ther of James the lefs, and of Jofes, and fled from the fepulchre
>ut,
;
and Salome ; 41 Who alfo when or fear and an
extafy feized upon
he was in Galilee, followed him : them, and were amazed :
they
and many other women who came they faid
nothing to any one 5 for
np with him unto Jerufalem. 42, chey were afraid.
Aod now when the even was come, whe he was rifen "

Ibccaufe it was the
preparation, that the firft of early, day
the day before the fabbath.
is,, 43 the week, he made himfelf known
|ofeph of Arimathea, an honoura- jfirit
to
Mary Magdalene, out of
ble counfellor, whoexpected whom he had cafi feVen demons,
alfo !

fhi kingdom of God, came, and 10 She went and told them
thac
went boldly unto Pilate, and craved had been with him, as
they mourn-
She bpdy of Jefus.
44 And Pilate Jed and wept. 1 1 And they heard
marvelled if he were already dead: chat he was alive, and had been-
and calling unto him the centurion, fee n of her, and
they did not be-
&e asked him whether he -were al- lieve him. it, And after, he
1

ready dead. 45 And when he appeared in another form unto twcr
knew h cf the centurion, he gave ot them, as j

they walked, and
the body to
Jofeph. 46 Now Jo- went into the country. 13 And
fcph had bought fine linen, and he they went away and told it unto
|

took him, and wrapped him in the the reft, neither believed
j they them.
Hnen, and laid him in a fepulchre 14 BUE afterward he
appeared un-
which was hewn our of a rock, to the eleven, as
|
they fat at meat,
and roiled a tione unto the door of .and
upbraided them with their un-
:he. fepukhre, and departed, and hardnefs ot heart, be-
^/jbelier,
And Mary Magdalene, and Maiy caufe they believed not them who
the mother of James, beheld the had feen him after he was rifen.
lace where he was laid , i$ And he faid unto them, Go ye
X-VI. And they went and
bought into the worldj and tht preach
fweecfpicesi thac they roigtu anoint gofpel to every creature. 16 For
him, 2, And early in the morning, he thac belicveih and is
bapnzedj
:he firit day cf p
the week, "they
(hall be faved ; but he that be-
same utito the
fepukhre, at the iieveth not, fball be (Condemned.
rifing of the fun. 3 And they faid 17 And thefe figns fhall follow
among rhemfelve?, Who (hall roll them tb*t b Jieve $ In my nam?
ths ftons from
The Ads of the Apoftles.
fliallthey caft out daemons they : Lord had fpoken unto them, he
mall fpeak with new tongues. 18 was received up into heaven, and
And they fhall take up ferpents fat on the right hafld of God.
in their hands, and if they drink 20 And they went forth and
any deadly thing it Ihall not at preached every where, the Lord
all hurt them ; they fhall lay working with them, and con
hands on the fick, and they (hall firming the word with figns fol
recover. 19 So then after the lowing. Amen.

The ACTS of the Apoftles.

CHAP. I. neffes both in Jerusalem, and in
E former Treatife have and
TH I made, O
Theophilus,
ot all that Jefus began both to
ail
Judea, and in Samaria,
unto the uttermoft part of the
earth. 9 And when he
had
do and teach. 2 Until the day fpoken thefe things, a cloud
re
in which he was taken up, after ceived him, and he was taken
that he through the holy Ghoil, out of their fight. 10 And
had given commandment to while they looked fledfaiily to
preach the
Goipel unto the ward heaven, as he was going,
apoftles, whom he had chofen. 3 behold, two men itocd by them
To whom allo he fhewed him- in white apparel ; 1 1 And they
felf alive after his pafiion, by faid, Ye men of Galilee, why
many infallible proofs, being ftand ye gazing? This fame
feen of them forty days, and Jefus who
is taken up from you

Ipeaking of the things pertaining .into heaven, fhall fo come, in
to the kingdom of God :
4 like manner as ye have feeri
And being afiembled him go into heaven. 1 2 Then
together
with them , commanded them returned they unto Jerufalem,
that they mould not depart from from the mount called the

Jerufalem,
but wait for the pro- mount of Olives, which is near
mife of the Father, which, faith to Jerufalem, a fabbath-day s
he, ye have heard by my mouth. journey cfF. 1
3 And when they
5 For John truly baptized with were come in, they went up
water ; but ye fhall be bap into the upper room, where
tized with the Holy Ghoit, abode both Peter, John, and
which ye fhall receive not many James, and Andrew, Philip,
days hence. 6 When they and Thomas, Bartholomew, and
therefore were come together, Matthew, James the fen of Al-
they asked of him faying, Lord, pheus, Simon Zelotes, and Ju
doft thou at this time reitore das the Son of James. 14 Thefe
again the kingdom to lirael ? all continued with one accord in

7 And he faid unto them, It is prayer, with the women, and
not for you to know the times or children, and Mary the mother
feafons, which the Father hath of Jefus, and his brethren. 15
put in his own power. 8 But But in thofe days Peter flood up
ye fhall receive
power after that in the midft of the difciples,
the Holy Ghoft is come upon and faid, for the multitude of
you : arid ye fhall be my wit-. the names together were about
S an
The Afts of the Apoftles.
an hundred and twenty. 16 were all in one place. 2
Men, brethren, this fcripture And fuddenly there came a
lo
muil needs be fulfilled, which found from heaven, as of a rufh-
the Holy Ghoft by the mouth of
ing mighty wind, and it filled
David fpake before concerning all the houfe where they were
Judas, who was guide to them fitting. 3 And there appeared
that took Jefus, 17 For he unto them cloven tongues, like
was numbered among us, and as of fire, and they lat upon
who obtained the lot of this mini- each of them 4 And they :

ftry. 1 8 Now this man pur- were all filled with the Holy
chafed a field with the reward Ghoft, and began to fpeak with
of his iniquity ; and falling other tongues, as the Spirit gave
headlong, he burft afunder in them utterance. 5 Now there
x
the midit, and all his bowels were dwelling at Jerufalem,
gufhed out 1 9 Which alfo was Jews* devout men, out of every
known unto all the dwellers at nation under heaven. 6 And
Jerufalem ; infomuchas that field when was noifed abroad,
this
iscalled in their tongue, Acel- the multitudecame together, and
damach, that is to fay, The field were confounded, and they heard
of blood* 20 For it is written every one fpeak in their o<wn

in the book of pfalms, Let his languages. 7 And they were
habitation be defolate, and let amazed and marvelled, faying
no one dwell therein and his : one to another, Behold, are not
ofHce another take.
let 21 all thefe who fpeak, Galileans ?
Wherefore of thefe men who 8 And how hear we every man
have companied with us, all the in our tongue, wherein we were
time that the Lord Jefus Chrift born ?
9 Parthians, and Medes*
went in and out among us. 22 and Elamites, and the dwellers
Beginning from the baptifm of in Mefopotamia, in Judea, and
John, until the day that he was Cappadocia, in Pontus, and
taken up from us, muft one of Afia, 10 Phrygia and Pamphy-
thefe be appointed to be a wit- lia, in Egypt alfo,
and in the
neis with us of his refurrection.
parts of Libya, about Gyrene,
23 And they fet up two, Jofeph and ftrangers of Rome, Jews
called Barnabas, who was fir- and profelytes, 1 1
Cretes, and
named Juftus, and Matthia?. Arabians ; we do hear them
24 And they prayed, and laid, fpeak in our tongues the won
Thou, Lord, who knoweft the derful works of God. i 2 And
hearts of all men, fhew which they were all amazed, and were
one thou haft chofen out of theie in doubt one among another
two, 25 That he may take the what had happened, and faying,
place of this miniltry and apoftle- What meaneth this ? 1 3 Others
ihip, from which Judas fell, that mocked, faying, Thefe are full
he might go to his own place, of new wine. 14 Then Peter
26 And they gave their lots j Handing up with the ten Apoftles,
and the lot fell upon Matthias, firft lift
up his voice, and faid
and he was admitted into the unto them thus, Ye men of
number of the twelve apoftles, Judea, and all ye that dwell at
1L And it came to pafs in Jerafalem, be this known unto
thofe days, that the
day of Pen* you, and hearken to my words ;
iecaft was fully come, and they 15 For thefe are not drunken,
The Ads of the Apoftles.
ss ye fuppofe, feeing it is but fill me with joy with thy coun
le
the chird hour of the day. ^6 tenance. 29 Men, brethren,
But this is that which was fpoken me of the
freely fpeak unto you
is both
by the prophet. 17 It ftiail
patriarch David, that he
come to pafs in the laft
days, dead and buried, and his fepul-
iaith the Lord, I will pour out chre is with us until this day :
of my Spirit upon all flefh : and 30 Therefore being a prophet,
their fons and their daughters and knowing that God had
fhall and the young
prophefy, fvvorn with an oath to him, that
men mall fee vifions, and the of the fruit of his ^
old men fhall dream dreams :
f heart, according to
ijj,^**
1 8 And on my fervants, and on the flefh, he would
my handmaidens I will pour out raife up Chrift, and to place him
of my Spirit: 19 And I will on his throne. 31 He fore-

ihew wonders in heaven above, of the
feeing this before, fpake
and figns in the earth beneath ; refurreftion of Chrift, that he
20 The fan mall be turned into was not left in Hades, neither
darknefs, and the moon into 32
his flefh did fee corruption.
blood, before that great day of This Jefus therefore hath Gc4
the Lord come. 2 1 And it mail raifed up, whereof we all are
come to pafs, whofoever fhall witneffes. 33 Therefore being
call on the name of the Lord, by the right hand of God ex
fhallbe faved. 22 Ye men of alted, and having received of the
Ifrael,hear thefe words ; Jefus Father the promife of the Holy
of Nazareth, a man approved of Ghoft, he hath poured out upon
God among you, by miracles you this, which ye now both
and wonders and figns, all which fee and hear. 34 For David
God did by him in the midft of is not afcended into the heavens ;

you, as ye your felves know : but he faid himfelf, The Lo RD
23 Him, being given you by the faith unto Lord, Sit thou on
my
determinate counfel and fore my hand,
right 35 Until I
knowledge of God, ye have make thy foes the footftool of
taken, and by a wicked hand thy feet. 36 Therefore let all
have faftned to a crofs,and ilain : the houfe of Ifrael know affured-
24 Whom God hath raifed up, ly, that God hath made that
having looted thepains of Hades :
Jefus whom ye have crucified,
becauie it was not poffible that both Lord and Chrift. 37 Then
he fliould be holden of it. 25 all they that were come together
For David fpeaketh concerning and had heard, were pricked in
him, I forefaw my Lord always their heart, and fome of them
before my face, for he is on my faid to Peter, and to the a.pcdles,

right hand, that I mould not Men, brethren, fhew us what we
be moved. 26 Therefore did fhall do? 38 But Peter faith
my heart rejoice, and my tongue unto them, Repent, and be bap
was glad moreover alfo, my
: tized every one of you, in the
flem mall reft in bope, 27 That name of the Lord Jefus Chrift,
thou wilt not leave my foul in for the remiffion of fins, and ye
Hades, neither wilt thou deliver fhall receive the gift of the Holy
thine holy One to fee corruption. Ghoft. 39 For the promife is
28 Thou halt made known to ours, and to our children, and
me the ways of life j thou lhalt to all that are afar off, as many
S 2 ~s
The Ads of the Apoftles;
as the Lord our God {hall call have give I thee In the name
:

40 AnJ whh many other words of Jeius Chrift of Nazareth,
did he and exhort them,
teltify Walk. 7 And he took him by
faying, Save your felves from the right hand, and railed him
untoward generation.
up, and immediately he itood
thjs 41
Then they that believed his
up, and his leet and ankle bones
word, were baptized ; and the received itrength. 8 And he
fame day there were added about
leaping up, flood, and walked,
three thousand fouls. Anc
42 rejoicing, and entered with them
they continued in the
^
ftedfaftly into the
temple, praifing God.
apoft es doclrine at Je.uialem,
9 And all the people law him
and communion, and in break
walking about and praiiing God.
ing of bread, and in prayers. 10 And they knew him, that it
43 And fear was upon every was he who fat for alms at the
foul and many wonders and
:
Beautiful gate of the temple :
figns were done by the apoftles. and they were filled with won
44 And all that believed were der and amazement at that
together, and had all things which had happened unto him.
cm mon. 45 And as many as 1 1 And as Peter and John went
had of fold
pofleflions goods, out, he went out together with
them, and parted them to all as them, taking hold of them. But
every one had need. 46 And thofe that were amazed flood in
they all continued in the temple, the c oifter called Solomon s, iz
and from houfe houfe, to and But Peter anfwered and faid unto
breaking bread, partook of meat them, Ye men of Ifrael, why
with gladnefs and
fmglenefs of marvel ye at this ? or why look
heart. 47 Praifing God, and yefo earneftlyon us, as though by
having favour with all the world. our own power or piety we had
And the Lord added to the done this? 13 The God of
church daily fuch as mould be
Abraham, and the God of Ifaac,
faved .
and the God of Jacob, the God
III. Now Peter and John of our fathers hath glorified his
went up ia thofe
days into the Son Jefus Chrilt, whom ye de
temple, at the evening ninth livered up to Judgment, and de
hour of prayer. 2 And Jo a niedhim in the prefence of Pi
certain man lame from his mo late,when he was determined
ther s womb was carried, whom and willing to let him go. 14
they laid daily at the gate of the But ye opprefTed the holy one,
temple which is calied Beauti iil, and the juft, and defired a mur
to ask alms of them that emred derer to be granted unto you,
into the temple, 3 He fixing 15 And killed the prince of life,
his eyes on tb.m and
feeing Pe whom God raifed fromthe
ter and John about to go into dead ; whereof we are witnefles.
the temple, asked an alms of 1 6 And through the faith of his
them. 4 But Peter looking up name, hath his name ftrengthen-
on him, with John, faid, Fix ed this man, whom ye fee, and
5 And he
thine eyes on us. know that the faith which is by
fixed his eyes on them,
expecl- lim, hath given him this perfect
ing to receive fomething of them. bundhefs in the prefence of you
6 Then Peter faid, Silver and all. 17And now men and Bre-
gold have I none ; but what I hren, know ye, that you indeed
through
The Ads of the Apoftles.
through ignorance did a wicked which heard the word, believed ;
thing, as alfo your
idlers. 18 and the number of the men was
But what God before had fhewed about five thoufand. 5
And it
by the mouth of all the prophets, came to pafs on the morrow,
that his Chritl ihould fuffer, he and elders, and
that their rulers,
hath fo fulfilled. 19 Repent ye fcribes, 6 And Annas the high
therefore and be converted, that prieit, and Gaiphas,
and Jona
your fins may be blotted out, than, and Alexander, and as
when the times of refreftiing mall many as were of the kindred of
come upon you, from the face of the high prieit, were gathered
the Lord. 20 And he mail together at Jerufalem. 7 And
fend Jefus Chrift, who was be when they had fet them in the
fore ordained for you. 21 Whom midft, they asked, By what
the heaven muft receive, until power, or by what name have
the times of reftitution of all ye done this ? 8 Then Peter,

things, which God hath fpoken filledwith the Holy Ghoft, faid
by the mouth of his holy pro unto them, Ye rulers of the peo
phets. 22 Moies
truly faid unto ple, and elders
of Ifrael, 9 If
our fathers, A
prophet mall the we this day be examined by you
Lord our God raife up unto you, of the good deed done to the
of our brethren, like unto me ; impotent man, by what means
him mall ye hear in all things he is made whole ; i o Be it
whatfoever he (hall fay unto you. known unto you all, and to all
23 And it mall come to pafs, the people of Ifrael, that by the

every foul which will not hear name of Jefus Chrift of Naza
that prophet, mall be deftroyed reth, whom ye crucified, whom
-from among the people. 24 All God raifed from the dead, even
the prophets alfo from Samuel, by him doth this man rtand here
and thofe that follow after, as before you whole. 1 1 This is the
many as have fpoken, have like- (tone which was fet at nought of
wife fpoken of thefe days. 25 you builders, which is become
Ye are the children of the pro the head of the corner. iz
phets, and ofcovenant
the Neither is there falvation in any
which God made
with our fa other: for there is none other
thers, faying unto Abraham, name under heaven given to
And in thy feed mail all the fa men whereby we muft be faved.
milies of the earth be blefled. 13 Now when they faw the
26 Unto you firft, God having boldnefs of Peter and John, and
up his Son, fent him forth
raifed perceived that they were
unlearn
to blefs you, in turning away ed men, they marvelled, but they
every one from your iniquities. took knowledge of them, that
IV. And as they (pake thefe they had been with Jefus. 14
words unto the people, the And beho ding the man who
!

priefts, and the Sadducees came. had been healed (landing with
2 Being grieved that they taught them, they could neither do nor
the people, and preached Jefus fay any thing againft //. 15
in the refurrediion of the dead. When they had commanded
3 And they laid hands on them, them to be carried away out of
and put them in hold unto the the council, they conferred a-
next day : for it was now even mong themfelves. 16 Saying,
ing. 4 But many of them What mall we do to thefe men ?

for
The Ads of the Apoftles.
for that indeed a notable mira and Pontius Pilate, with the
cle hath been done by them is Gentiles, and the people of If,
more manifeft to all them that rael were gathered together, 28
dwell in Jerufalem, and we can- To do whatfoever thy hand and
wot deny it. 17 But that it thy counfel determined before to
fpread no further among the be done. 29 And now, Lord,
people, we will therefore threaten behold their threatnjngs and :

them, that they fpeak hence grant unto thy fervants, that
forth to no man in thisname. with all boldnefs they may fpeak
1 8 And they called them, and thy word, 30 By ftretching
commanded them not fpeak atto forth thine hand to heal and ;

all, nor teach in the name of that ligns and wonders may be
Jeius. 19 But Peter anfwering done by the name of thy holy
with John, faid unto them, Whe Son Jelus. 31 And when they
ther it be right in the fight of had prayed, the place was
God, to hearken unto you more maken where they were afTem-
than unto God, Judge ye. 20 bled together; and they were all
For we cannot but fpeak the filled with the Holy Ghoft, and
things which we have feen and they {pake the word of God
heard 21 So when they had with boldness to every one that
further threatned them, they jet would believe. 32 And the
them go, not finding a caufe multitude of them that believed,
why they might pumfh them, \vere of one heart, and of one
becaufe of the people: for all foul : neither was there any
men g orified God fbr.that which difference among them: nei-f
was done. 22 For the man was ther faid any that ought of
above forty years old , on whom the things which h,e poiTcfTed,
the miracle of healing was mew was his own, but they had
ed. 23 But the Apoftles being all things common. 33 And
let go, they went to their own with great power gave the
company, and reported all that apoftles witnefs of the refur-r
the chief prieits and elders had redlion of the Lord Jefus Chrift :
faid unto them. 24 And when and great grace was upon them
they heard that, and acknow all. 34 And no one among
ledged the power of Gcd, they them wanted : for as many as
up their voice
lift to Gcd with were pofTeflbrs of lands or houfes ;
one accord, and laid, Lord, fold them, and brought the
thou art God who haft made pr ces of the things that were
and earth, and the fea,and
jheaven, fold, 35 And laid them down
all
things that in them are: 25 at the apoftles feet and distribu
:

"Who
by the Holy Spirit, by the tion was made unto every one
mouth of thy fervant David halt according as he had need. 36
faid, Why did the heathen rage, And Jofeph, who by the a-
and the
people imagine vain poftles was firnamed Barnabas
things ? 26 The kings of the (which is, being interpreted,
earth flood up, and the rulers The fon of confolation) of the
were gathered together againft Country of Cyprus, a Levite.
the Lord, and againft his Chrift. 37 Having land, fold //, and
27 For of a truth in this city brought the money, and laid it
again it thy holy Son Jefus, whom at the apoftles feet.
thou haft anointed, both Herod,
V, But
.The Afts of the Apoftlcs.
V. But a certain man namect accord m the lemple, in Solo
Ananias, with Sapphira his wife, mon s cloilier. 13 And of the
fold a poiTeiuon, 2 And kept reft durit no one join hinileii to
back part of the price, the wife them : but the people magnified
ftlfo being privy ; and brought a them. 14 And believers wer
certain part, and laid it at the the more added Lord, t the
feet. 3 But Peter {aid multitudes both of men and wo
apoitles
unto Ananias, Why hath Satan men. 15 Infomuch that they
filled thine heart to lie to the brought forth their fick into the
Holy Ghoft, and for thee to keep ttreets, and laid them on beds and
back part of the price of the couches, that when
came, Peter
land ? 4 While it remained, the fhadow paffing by,might
was it not thine own ? and after overfhadovv {erne of them for :

it was fold, was it not in thine they were freed from every infir
own power ?
why haft thou con mity which every one had. 16
ceived to do this wicked thing There came alfo a multitude out
in thine heart ? thou haft not of the cities together round about
lied unto men, but unto God. unto Jerufa!em, bringing the jick,
5 And when Ananias heard theie and them who were vexed with
words, he fell down immediate unclean fpirits : who were all
ly and gave up the ghoft : and healed. 17 Then the high prieft

great fearcame on all them that rofe up, and all they that
were
heard //, 6 And the young men with him, which is the feel; of
arofe, wound him up, and carried the Sadducees, and were filled
him our, and buried him. 7 And with indignation, 18 And laid
k was about the fpace of three hands on the apoftles, and put
when his wife, not
hours after, them in the common prifon. 19
knowing what was done, came Then by night the angel of the
in. 8 But Peter faid unto her, Lord opened the prifon-doors,
I will afk thee then, whether ye and brought them forth, and faid,
fold the land for fo much ? And 20 Go, ft and, and fpeak in the
Hie faid, Yes, for fo much. 9 temple, all the words of this
Then Peter Jaid unto her, How life. 21 And when they heard
is it that ye have
agreed together, that, they entered into the tem
to tempt the Spirit of the Lord ?
ple early, and taught. But the
behold, the feet of them who high priert arofe
in the morning,
have buried thy hufband are at and they that were with him,
the door, and mall carry thee and called the council together,
out. 10 And me fell down and all the fenate of the children
ttraightway at his feet, and yield of Krael, and fent to the prifon
ed up the ghoft : and the young to have them brought. 22 But
men came in and found her dead, when the officers came, and had
and carrying her forth, when opened the prifon, and found
me was made ready, buried her them not within, they returned,
by her hufband. 1 1 And great and told, 23 Saying, The pri*
fear came upon the whole church, fon found we mut with all fafety,

and upon as many as heard thefe and the keepers {landing at the
things. 12 And by the hands of doors : but when we had opened,
the apoftles were many figns and we found no one within. 24
wonders wrought among the peo Now when the captain o f the
ple ; and they were all with one temple, and the chief priefts
heard
The Afts of the Apoftles.
heard thefe fay ings, tliey doubt who came to nought of himfelf,
ed of them whereunto it would and all, as many as obeyed him,
grow. 2 5 Then came one
and were fcattered, and brought to
told them, Behold, the men nought. 37 After him r&fe up
whom ye put into prifon, are Judas of Galilee, in the days of
Handing in the temple, and teach the taxing, and drew away much
ing the people. 26 Then went people after him he alfo perifh-
:

the captain with the officers, and ed, and as many as ebeyed him,
brought them with violence : were difperfed. 38 And now,
lett they mould Re
fearing the people, Brethren, I fay unto you,
have been (toned. 27 And when frain from thefe men, and let

they had brought them, they fet them alone, without defilingyour
them in the council and the
: hands : for if this couniel, or
Prieil alked them, 28 Saying, this work be of men, it will
Did not we ftraitly command come to nought 39 But : if it

you, that you mould not teach
in be of God, ye will not be able
this name ? Behold, ye have to overthrow them ; neither you,
filled Jerufalem with your do- nor kings, nor tyrants. Abitain
dtrine, and will bring that man therefore from thefe men ; left
s

blood upon us. 29 Then Peter haply ye be found to be fighters
and the apojiles answered and faid, againft God. 40 And to him
We ought to obey God rather they fubmitted : and when they
than men. 30 But Peter faid had called the apoftles, and bea
unto them, The God of our ten them, they commanded that
fathers raifed up Jefus, whom they fhauld not fpeak in the
ye flew, and hanged on a tree. name of Jefus, and let them go.
31 Him hath God exalted in 41. The apoflles therefore de

glory, a Prince and a Saviour, parted from the prefence of the
to give repentance to Ifrael, and council, rejoicing that thev were
forgivenefs of fins in him. 32 counted worthy to fuffer fhame
And we are his witnefles of thefe for his name. 42 And
daily in
things ; and
alfo the Holy Ghoft, the temple, and in every houfe,
whom God hath given to them they ceafed not to teach and
that obey him. 33 When they preach the Lord Jelus Chrifr.
heard that, they were cut, and VKAnd in thefe days when
took counfel to flay them. 34 the were multiplied,
dilciples
Then flood there up one of the there was a murmuring cf the
council, a Pharifee, named Ga Heleniils againft the Hebrews,
maliel, a do&or of law, had in becaufe their widows were neg
reputation among all the people, lected in the daily miniftration,
and commanded to put the apo- in the miniftration of the He
ftles forth a little while. 35 And brews. 2 Then the twelve call
faid unto the rulers, and the mem ed the multitude of the difciples
bers of the council, Ye men of unto them, and faid unto them,
Ifrael, take heed to your felves, It is not reafon that we mould
what ye are about to as to dx> leave the word of God, and ferve
thefe men. 36 For before thefe tables. 3 What is it therefore,
days rofe up Theudas, boailing brethren ? Look ye
out from a-
himfelf to be a great man, and to mong your felves feven men, at-
whom a number of men, about teited to be full of the Spirit, and
four hundred, joined thsmfelves :
vviidoro, whom we may appoint
over
The Afts of the Apoftles.
over bufmefs.
this 4 But we red us. i
5
And all that fat uj

will give our felves continually the council, looked i.edfaitly on
to prayer, and to the miniftry him, and law his face, as if it
of the word. And this fay had been the face of an angel
5
midit of them.
ing pleafed the whole
multitude itanding in the
of the difciples ; and they chofe VII. Then faid the high
Is then this
Stephen, a man full
of faith, prieft,to Stephen,
and of the Holy Ghoft, and thino- fo ? 2 And he faid, Men,
and Ni- brethren, and fathers hear,
The
Philip, and Prochorus,
canor, and Timon, and Parme- God of glory appeared unto our
nas, .and Nicolas a of
profelyte
father Abraam, when he was
he dwelt
Antioch. 6 Thefe were let alfo in Mefopotamia, before
before the : who when in Charan, 3
And faid unto
apoftles
coun
they had prayed, laid their him, Get thee ut of thy
and come
hands on them. 7 And the try, and thy kindred,
word of the Lord increafed ; into the land which I (hall fhevv
Abraam came
and the number of the difciples thee. 4 Then
out of the land of the Chaldeans,
multiplied in Jerufalem greatly;
and dwelt in Charan and he
and a company of the :

great
priefts were obedient to the was there ; and when his father
faith. 8 And Stephen full of was dead, he removed him into
did great won this land wherein ye alfo do now
grace and power,
ders and miracles by the name dwell; and our fathers who
of the Lord Jefus Chrift, 9 were before us. 5
And he gave
Then there aroie certain of the him no inheritance in it, no not
which is called of to fet his foot on : But he pro-
fynagogue,
the Libertines, and Cyrenians, mifed that he would give it to
and Alexandrians, and of them him for a poflfeffion, and to his
feed after him, when he had no
difputing with
of Cilicia, Ste

phen. loWho could not refift the child. 6 And God pake thus
wifdom was in him, and the
that to him, mould fo-
that hia feed
and that
Holy Spirit by which he fpake, journ in a ftrange land,
into bon
becaufe they were reproved by they mould bring them
him with ; not being
all boldnefs dage, and entreat
them evil four
7 And the
hundred years. na
therefore oppofe the
able to

truth, ii They fuborned men tion to whom
they mall b? in
who faid, We
have heard him bondage, I judge, faid
will

fpeak blafpherniesagainft Mofes, God : and after that (hall they
and God. I 2 And they ftirred come forth, and ferve me in this

up the people, and the place. 8 And he gave him the
elders,
,and the fcribes, and came upon covenant of circumc.fion : and
him, and caught him, and fo he begat Ifaac, and circum-
him the eighth day and
brought him to the council, cifed :
13
And fet up falfe witnefles againft Ifaac Jacob, Jacob the and
him, who faid, This Man twelve patriarchs. 9 And the
with envy, fold
ceafeth not to fpeak words againll patriarchs moved
the holy place, and the law. 1 4 Jofeph into Egypt
: but God was
For we have heard him fay, that with him, 10 And delivered
this Jefus of Nazareth will de- him out of all his afflictions, and
and wifdom in
ftroy this place, and will change gave him favour
the cuiloms which Mo&s delive- the fight of Pharaoh king of
T
The Ads of the Apoftles.
_ ,and he made him go the wifdom of the Egyptians,
vernor over and was mighty in his words and
Egypt, and all his
houfe. 1 1 Now there came a in deeds. 23 And when he was
famine over all the land of E- full forty years old, it came into

gypt and Chanaan, and great his heart to vifit his brethren the
affliction ; and our fathers found children of Ifrael. 24 And
no fuftenance. 1 2 When there
feeing one of them fuffer wrong
fore Jacob heard that there were
by one of that country, he de
provifions in Egypt, he fent out fended him, and avenged him
our fathers the firrt time. 1 And that was and fmote
3 opprefied,
at the fecond made the Egyptian, and hid him in
Jofeph was
known to his brethren ; and Jo- the fand. 25 For he fuppofed
feph s kindred was made known his brethren would havs under-
unto Pharaoh.
14 Then fent ftood, how that God by his
Jofeph, and called his father hand would them ; but
deliver
Jacob to him, and all his kin they underftood not. 26 And
dred, feventy five : 1
5 f And the next day he (hewed himfelf
Jacob went down into Egypt, unto them as they fought, and
and died, both he and our fa faw them injured, and would
thers, 1 6 And were carried ha<ve made peace between them,
faying, what do ye, Men and
over into Sycnem, and laid in
the fepulchre that Abraam brethren ; why do ye injure one
bought fum of money of
for a another ? 27 But he that in
the fons ofEmrnor of Sychem. his him
jured neighbour, thruft
17 But when the time of the away, faying, Who made thee
promife drew nigh, which God a ruler and a judge over us ?
had promifed to Abraam, the 28 Wilt thou kill me as thou
people grew and multiplied in didft the Egyptian yefterday ?

Egypt, 1 8 Till another king 29 And Moies fled at this
fay
arofe, which did not remember ing, and was a Granger in the
Joleph. 19 The fame dealt alfo land of Madian, where he begat
deceitfully with our kindred, two fons. 30 And afterwards
and evil-entreated our fathers, fo when his forty years were ex

pired, there appeared to him in
that they caft out their young
children, to the end they might the wildernefs of mount Sina, an
not live. 20 In which time angel of the Lord, in a flame
Mofes was born, and was fair to of fire of a bulh. 31 When
God, and nourished up in his Mofes faw it, he wondered at
fathers hou f three months 21 : the fight: and as he drew near
And when he was caft out, Pha to behold, the Lord fpake unto
raoh daughter took him up, and
;
him, faying, 32 I am the God
no u rimed him for her foi;. 22 of thy fathers, the God of A-
And Mofes was educated in ail braam, and the God of Ifaac,
and

f Read the text thus, from the Old Teftament Hiflory. Jojh, xxiv.
32. Te/j. Sym, , 8.
Tejl. Benj. . 12. Jacob died, He and our fa-
thers .^nd th --y were laid in the fepulchre which Abraam bought
:

for a fum of money, of Ephron, the fon of Zohar, that lived at Mam,-
re ; and were tranflated to the fepulchre which Jacob bought, for
a fum of money, of Emmor, that lived at Sychem,
The A<3s of the Apoftlcs.
and the God of Jacob. Then flain bealis, and facrifices, by the
Mofes trembled, and durft not fpace of forty years in the wil
behold. 33 And there came a dernefs? 43 Yea, ye took up
voice to him, Put off thy fhoes the tabernacle of Moloch, and
froai thy feet: for the place on the ftar of the god Rempham,
which thou (landed is holy figures which ye made, to wor-
ground. 34 For I have feen fliip them and I will carry you
:

alfo, I have feen the affliction away into the Parts of Baby on.
of the people who is in Egypt, 44 Your fathers had the taber
and I have heard their groaning, nacle of witnefs in the wildernefs,
and am come down to deliver as he had appointed, fpeaking
them. And now come, I will unto Mofes, that he mould make
35 This according to the f amion
fend thee imo Egypt. it that
Mofes whom
they refuted, fay he had feen. 45 Which alfo
ing, Who made thee a ruler and our fathers that came after,
a j idge over us ? the fame did the
brought in with Joihua into
God fend both a ruler and a de poffdlion of the Gentiles, whorn^
liverer, with the hand of an God drave out before the face of
who appeared him of
angel to in
your fathers, unto the days
the bum. 36 He brought them David. 46 Who found favour
out, having done wonders and before God, and deiired to find
and the houfeof
figns in the land of Egypt, a tabernacle for
in the Red fea, and in the vvil- Jacob. 47 But Solomon built
dernefs forty years. 37 This u him an houie. 48 Howbeit
that Mofes who faid unto the the moil High dwelleth not in
children of Ifraul, A prophet places made with hands ; as
mall God raife up unto you of faith the prophet, 49 Heaven
your brethren, like unto me. is
mythrone, and earth my
38 This is he that was in the footflool: what houfe will ye
church in the wildernefs, with build me ? faith the Lord : or of
the angel who fpake to him in what kind is the place of my
the mount Sina, and with our reli ?
50 Hath not my hand
fathers : who received the lively made all thefe things ? 51 Ye
oracles to give unto us. 39 Be- l\ iff and uncircumcifed
necked,
caufe our fathers would not obey, in hearts and ears, ye do always
but rejected him, and in their refift the Holy Ghoft : as did
hearts turned back again into alfo your fathers, fo do ye. 52
Egypt, 40 Saying unto Aaron, Which of the prophets have not
Make us gods to go before us :
they perfecuted? and they have
for this Mofes, who brought us out {lain thofe before of
who mewed
of the land of Egypt, we know the coming of the juil one, of
not what is become of him. whom ye have been now the
41 And they made a calf in betrayers and murderers : 53
thofe days, and offered facrirke Who have received the law by
unto the idol, and rejoiced in the difpofition of angels, and
the works of their own hands. have not kept it. 54 When
42 Then God turned, and gave they had heard him, they were
them up to worfhip the holt of cut to the hearts, and they
heaven ; as it is written in the gnafhed their teeth at him. 55
book of the prophets, O ye houie But Stephen being full of the
et Ifrael, have ye offered to me Holy Ghoft, looked up ftedfaitly
T 2
The Afts of the Apoftle s.
heaven, and faw the glory healed. 8 And was gret
there
of God, and Jefus the Lord joy in that city. 9 But there
landing on the right hand of was a certain man whole name
God, 56 And faid, Behold, I was Simon, before in that city,
fee theheavens opened, and the who ufed magick, and diftratt-
Son of man {landing on the ed the nation of Samaria, giving
right hand of God. 57 Then out that himfelf was fome great
they cried out with a loud voice, one. 1 6 To whom they all
and flopped their ears, and ran gave heed from the leaft to the

upon him with one accord, 58 greateil, faying, This man is
And caft him out of the city, and that power of God, which is
iloned him : and the witneffes called The Great. 1 1 And to
laid down their clothes at a cer him they gave heed, becaule
tain
young mans feet, called that of long time he had diftvad-
Saul. 59 And they ftoned Ste ed them with magical arts, iz
phen, invocating and faying, But when they believed Philip,
Lord Jefus, receive my fpirit. preaching the things concerning
6c And he kneeled down, and the kingdom of God, and the
cried with a loud voice, faying, name of Jefus Chrift, they were
Lord, lay not this fin to their baptized both men and women.
charge. And when he had faid 1
3 Then Simon himfelf alfo be
this, he fell
afleep. And Saul lieved and when he was bap
:

was confenting unto his death. tized, ht alfo continued with
VII I. And at that time there Philip, and beholding the mira
was a great perfecution and af- cles and figns which were done
jfli$ion upon the church which !
he was diftrafted. 14 Now
was at Jerufalem ; and they were when the apoftles who were at
all fcattered abroad throughout Jerjafalem, heard that Samaria
the regions of Judea and Sama had received the word of God,
ria, except the apoftles, who they fent unto them Peter and
tarried at Jerufalem. 2 And John. 15 Who When they
devout men
carried Stephen, and were come down, prayed for
made great lamentation over him. them that they might receive the
3 And Saul made havock of the Holy Ghoft. 1 6 For as yet he
church, entring into every houfe, was fallen upon none of them :
and haling men and women, only they were baptized in the
committed them to prifon. 4 name of the Lord Jefus Chrift.
Therefore they that were fcat 1
7 Tlien laid they hands on
tered abroad, went about preach them, and they iv^ived the
ing the word. 5
And Philip Holy Ghoft. 1 8 And when
tame to the city ofSamaria, Simon faw that through laying
and preached Chrift unto them. on of the apoftles hands, the
6 But when all the multitudes Holy Ghoft was given, he offered
with one accord gave heed unto them money. 19 Befeeching
thoie thingswhich Philip fpake, him, and faying, Give me al(o this
hearing, and feeing the figns power, that on whomfoever I
which he did. 7 Unclean ipi- alfo lay hands, he may receive

rits, crying with loud voice, the Holy Ghoft. 20 But Peter
came out of many that were faid unto him, The money go

poffefTed and many taken with
: to perdition with thee, becaufe

palfies, and that were lame, were thou halt thought that the free gift
of
The Ads of the Apoftles.
of God may he purchated with opened he not his mouth : 33
ttiohey. 21 Thou halt neither In bis humiliation his judgmenc
part nor lot in this matter
:
thy was taken away and who ihali
:

heart is not right before God. declare his generation ? for his
22 Repent therefore of this thy taken from the earth.
life is 34
wickednefs, and pray the Lord, And the eunuch anfvvered Philip,
if perhaps the thought of thine and faid, I pray thee, of whom
heart may be forgiven thee. 23 fpeaketh the prophet this ? of
For thouart in the gall
I fee that himfelf, or of ibme other. 35
of bitternefs, and the bond of Then Philip opened his mouth
iniquity. 24 Then anfvvered and began at the fame fcripture
Simon and faid unto them, I and preached unto him Jefus.
befeech you, Pray ye to God 36 And as they went on the
for me, that none of thefe evil way, they came unto a certain
things which ye have fpoken to water ; and the Eunuch faid, See
me come upon me : who did not water, what doth forbid me to
leave off to weep greatly. 25 be baptized? 37 And Philip
They therefore, when they had faid, If thou believeit with all
and fpoken the word of
teftified thine heart, thou may It. And he
the Lord, returned to Jerufalem : anfweredand faid, I believe that
But they preached the gofpel in Jeius Chrift the Son of God.
is

many villages of the Samaritans. 38 And he commanded the cha
26 And the angel of the Lord riot to Hand and they wenc
:

Ipake unto Philip, faying, Arife down both into the water, both
and go toward the fouth, unto Philip and the eunuch ; and he
the way that goeth down from baptized him. 39 And when
Jerufalem unto Gaza,which is they were come up out of the
defer t. 27 And he arofe and water, the Spirit of the Lord
went : and behold, a man of caught away Philip, that the
Ethiopia, an eunuch of great eunuch favv him no more : and
authority under Candace, a cer he went on his way rejoicing.
tain queen of the Ethiopians, 40 But Philip was found at Azo-
who was her treafurer, and had tus and pafiing through, he
:

come to
Jerufalem to worlhip, preached in all the cities till he
28 Was returning and fitting came to Cefarea.
in a chariot reading Eiaias the IX. And Saul yet breathing
prophet. 29 Then the fpirit out threatnings and flaughter
faid unto Philip, Go near, and againit the difciples of the Lord,
join thy felf to this chariot. 30 went unto the high prieft,
z
And Philip ran thither to him, And defired of him letters to
and heard him read the prophet Damafcus to the
fynagogues,
Efaias, andUnderftandeft
faid, that if he mould
any of this find
thou what thou read e ft ? 31 way, whether they were men or
And he faid, How can I, ex women, he might bring them
cept fome one mould guide me ? bound unto Jerufalem. 3 And as
and he defired Philip that he he journeyed he came near Da-
would come up, and iit with maicus and fuddenly theie Ihone
:

him. 32 The place of the round about him a light from
fcripture which he read, was heaven. 4 And he fell to the
this, He was led as a fheep to earth, and heard a voice faying
the flaughter, and like a lamb unto him, Saul, Saul, why per-
dumb before his ftiearer, io ktutcit
The Acfts of the Apoftles.
fecuteft thou me ? 5 Who iaid, a way, and entered into the hoafe ;
Who art thou, Lord ? And he and putting his hands on him,
faid, 1 am Jefus whom thou perie- faid, Brother Saul, the Lord
cuteft : // is hard for thee to kick hath fent me, Jeius that ap
againit the goads. 6 And he peared unto thee in the way as
trembling and aftonifhed, faid, thou earned, that thou mighteft
Lord, what wilt thou have me receive thy figh:, and be filled
to do ? And the Lord faid unto with the Holy Ghoft. 18 And
him, Arife and go into the city, there fell from had his eyes as it

and it mall be told thee there been and he received
fcales ;

what thou muft do. 7 And the fight forthwith, and arofe,
and
men who journeyed with him was baptized. 19 /ind when he
itood fpeechlefs, hearing a voice, had received meat he was
but feeing no man : 8 And llrengthened. Then was lie
Saui arofe from the earth ; and certain days with the diiciples
when his eyes were opened, he who were at Damafcus. 20
favv nothing, but they led him And ftraightway he preached Jefus
by the hand, and brought him in the fynagogues, that he is the
to Damafcus. 9 And he was Son of God. 21 But all that
three days without fight, and heard him were am;; zed, and
neither did eat nor drink. 10 faid, Is not this he tha. made
And there was a cercain difciple havock of them who called on
at Damafcus, named Ananias ; this name in Jerufalem, and
and to him iaid the Lord in a came hither for th&t intent, that
vifion, he faid,
Ananias. And he might bung them bound
Behold, I am here. Lord. II unto the chief pneits ? 22 But
And the Lord faid unto him, Saul increafcd the more in
Arife, and go into ihe ilieet, Itrength,and confounded tne Jews
which is called Straight, and who dwelt at Damafcus, proving
enquire in the houfe of Judas, that this is the Chriii. 23 And
for one whofe name is Saul, of after many days were fulfilled,
Tarfus for behold he prayeth.
: the Jews took counfei to kill
12 And he hath feen a man him :
24 But their laying await
named Ananias, coming in, and was known of Saul and they :

putting bis hands on him, that watched the gates aifo day and
he might receive his fight, i
3 night to kill him. 25 Then the
Then Ananias anfwered, Lord, difciples took him by night, and
I have heard by many of this let him down by the wall in a

man, how much evil he hath basket. 26 And when he was
done to thy faints at Jerufalem : come to Jerufalem, he afTayed to
74 And here he hath Authority join himfelf to the difciples : but
from the chief piiefts, to bind they were all afraid of him, and
all that call on thy name. 1
5 believed not that he was a difci
But the Lord faid unto him, pie. 27 But Barnabas took
Go: for he is a chofen veflel him, and brought him to the
unto me, to bear my name be apoftles, and declared unto them,
fore the Gentiles, and kings, how he had feen the Lord in
and the children of Ifrael. 6 For i the way, and that he had fpoken
J will mew him how great things to him, and how he had preach
he muft fuffer for my name s ed boldly at Damafcus in the
fake. 17 And Ananias went name of Jefus. 28 And he was
The Ads of the Apoftles.

j
with them coming in, and going fhewing the coats and garments
! out in J er ufalem 29 And he . which Dorcas made while me
boldlv in the name of the was with them. 40 But Peter
fpake
|
L Jefus, and difputed againit
>rd
put them all forth, and kneeled
;
th i.ielienifts but they went : down and prayed, and turning
;
ut to flay him.
ab<
30 When to the body, faid, Tabitha, arile.
I
th-.
1
knew it, they
brethren And fhe opened her eyes : and
I
b. ought him down to Cefarea, when fhe faw Peter, fhe fat up.
i
and lent htm forth to Tarfus. 41 And he gave her his hand,
31 Then had the church reft and life her up ; and when he
thr.iuvhout all Judea, and Ga- had called the faints and widows,
lil and Samaria,
\ and was prefented her alive. 42 And it
and walking in the fear
.edifieci, was known throughout alljoppa ;
of the Lord, and in the com and many believed in the Lord.
fort of the Holy Ghoft, was 43 And it came to pafs, that he
,

multiplied. 32 And it ca: e to tarried many days in Joppa with
as Pecer paiTed throughout
paf>,
one Simon a tanner.
* all quarters, he came down alfo X, There was a certain man
to the faints who dwelt at in Cefarea, named Cornelius, a

Lydda. 33 And there he found centurion of the band called the
a certain man named Eneas, Italian, 2 Devout, and fearing
who had Iain upon his bed eight God with all his houfe, giv
years, and was fick of the pal- ing many alms to the people,
fy, 34 And Peter faicl unto and praying to God alway. 3
him, Eneas, The Lord Jelus He faw in a vifion evidently, a-
Chriil maketh thee whole : arife bout the ninth hour of the day,
and thy bed. And he
make an angel of God coming in to
arofe immediately. 35 And all him, and faying unto him, Cor
that dwelt at Lydda, and Saron, nelius. 4 And ftedfaftly look
faw him, and turned to the ing on him, and being much af
Lord. 36 Now there was at frighted, he faid. What is it,
Joppa a certain difciple named Lord ? And he faid unto him,
Tabitha, who by interpretation Thy prayers and thine alms are
is Dorcas [a Doe] this
called come up for a memorial before
woman was full of good works, God. 5 And now fend men to
and alms deeds which me did. Joppa, and call for one Simon,
37 And it came to pafs in thofe whofe fir name is Peter : 6 He
days, that me was fick, and lodgeth with one Simon a tanner,
died : whom when they had whofe houfe is by the fea : he
wafhed, they laid in an upper mail tell thee what thou oughteil
room. 38 And forafmuch as to do. 7 And when the angel
Lydda was nigh to Joppa, and who fpake unto him, was depart
the difciples had heard that Peter ed, he called two of his Jiouf-
was there, they fent unto him hold-fervants, and a devout fol-
two men, deuring bint, Do not dier of them that waited on him
thou delay to come to us. 39 continually 8 And when he
:

Then Peter arofe, and went with had declared all things unto them,
them. When he was come, he fent them to Joppa. 9 On
they brought him into the upper the morrow as they went on their
room, and all the widows flood journey, and drew nigh unto the
round about him weeping, and city, Peter went up to the upper
room
The Ads of the Apoftles,
1

z&om to pray, about the fixth houfe, and to hear words of thee."
hour. 10 And he became very 23 Then Peter brought them in,
hungry, and would have eaten : and lodged them, and on the
but while they made ready, he morrow he role up and went out
fell into a trance, 1 1 And faw wi;h them, and certain brethren
heaven opened, and a certain vef from Joppa accompanied him.
fel descending unto him, as it 24 But on the morrow after he
had been a great fheet, knit at entered into Cefarea : and Cor
the four corners, and let down nelius was waiting for them, and
from heaven to the earth i 2 : had called together his kinfmen
Wherein were all manner of four- and ftaid for his near friends.
footed beafts, and creeping things 25 But as Peter drew nigh to
of the earth, and fowls of the Cefarea, one of the fervants ran
air. 13 And there came a voice before, and told that he was
to him, Rife, Peter ; kill and come. But Cornelius leaped up,
fat. 14 But Peter faid, By no and met him and falling at his
:

means, Lord ; for I have never feet, wormipped him. 26 But
eaten any thing that is common Peter raifed him up, faying, What
or unclean. 15 And the voice doeft thou ? I alfo am a man as
fpake unto him again the fecond thou art. 27 And as he talked
time, What God hath cleanfed, with him, he both went in, and
make not thou common. 16 found many come together. 28
This was done thrice and the : And he faid unto them, Ye well
veflel was received
up again into know that it is an unlawful thing
heaven. 17 Now when Peter for a man that is a Jew, to join
was come to himfelf, he doubted himferf, or come to a man of
what this vifion which he had another nation r but God hath
feen fhould mean ; And behold mewed me^ that I Ihould call no
the men who were fent from Cor man common or unclean. 29
nelius, had aiked far Simon s Therefore came I without gain-
houfe, and itood before the gate, faying, as foon as I was fent for
18 And called, and afked whe by you : I afk therefore for what
ther Simon who was firnamed intent ye have fent for me. 30
Peter, lodged there. 19 While And Cornelius faid, Four days
Peter thought on the vifion, the ago I was failing until
this hour :

fpirit faid unto him, Behold, men At the ninth hour I was both
feek thee. 20 But arife and get praying in my houfe, and behold,
thee down, and go with them, a man flood before me in bright
doubting nothing ; for I have clothing, 3 i And (aid, Corne
lent them. 21Then Peter went lius, thy prayer is heard, and
down to the men and faid, Be
; thine alms had in remem
are
hold, I am he whom ye feek : brance before God. 32 Send
What would ye have ? or What therefore to Joppa, and call hi
is the caufe wherefore ye are ther Simon whofe firname is Pe
come ? 22 They faid unto him, ter ; he lodges in the houfe of
One Cornelius a Centurion, a juit Simon a tanner, by the fea $
man, and one that feareth God, who when he cometh, mall fpeak
and of good report among all unto thee. 33 Immediately there
the nationof the Jews, was fore I fent to thee, befeeching
warned from God by an holy thee to come to us. But thou
angel, to fend for thee to his haft well done that thou art come
quickly.
The A&s of the Apoftles.
quickly. Now lo we are ail on the Gentiles alfo was poured
here prefent before thee, defiring out the free gift of the Holy
to hear from thee the things that Gholh 46 For they heard them
are commanded thee of God. and
fpeaking with other tongues,
34 But Peter opened his mouth, magnifying God But Peter faid,
and faid, Of a truth I perceive 47 Can any one forbid water,
that God is no refpedter of pei- that thefe mould not be baptized,
fons : 35 But .in every nation,
who have received theHoly Ghoft,
he that leareth him, and work- as well aswe ? 48 Then he
eth is accepted with
rigateoufnefs,
commanded them to be baptized,
in the name of the Lord Jefus
him. 36 For the word which
God fent unto the children of Chrift. Then prayed they him
Jfrael, preaching peace by Jefus
to tarry with them certain days.
Chrift ; he is Lord of all. 37 XI. But it was heard by the
in Judea,
That you know, which was Apoftles and brethren
that the Gentiles had aifo receiv
throughout all
Judea, and began
from Galilee, after the baptifm ed the word of God. 2 Now
which John preached ; 38 Jefus Peter had a defire for a long time
of Nazareth whom God an
;
to go to Jerufalem. And when,
ointed with the Holy Ghoft, and he had fpoken to the brethren,
with power : He went about do- and confirmed them, he fpakc
Ing good, and healing all that largely, and taught them through
were brought into i ubjeclion by the countries : who alfo came to
the devil for God was with
: them, and declared to them the
him. 39 And we are his wit- grace of God. But thofe bre
neffes of all things which he did thren who were of the circum
both in the land of the Jews, and cifion contended with him, 3
in Jerusalem ; and they flew him, Saying, Thou wentert in to men
and hanged him on a tree : 40 uncircumcifed, and didft eat with
Him God raifed up the third them. 4 But Peter beginning,
day, and granted him to be made expounded it in order unto them,
in the city of
manifeft : 41 Not to all the faying, 5 I was
a trance
people, but to witnefles, chofen Joppa, praying ; and in
before of God, to us, who did I faw a vifion, A
certain veffel
eat and drink and converfe with defcended, as it had been a great
him after he arofe from the dead fheet, let down f om heaven by
forty days. 42 And he. com four corners j and itcame even
manded us to preach unto the to me. 6 Upon the which when
people, and to teftify that it is I ftedfaitly looked, I confidered,
he who was ordained of God and faw four-footed beafts of the
the judge of quick and dead. earth, and wild beaft?, and creep
43 To him witnefs all the pro
the air.
ing things, and fowls of
phets, that through his name 7 And I heard a voice faying
whofoever believeth in him, fhall unto me, A rife, Peter ; kill and
receive remiffion of fins. 44 eat. 8 But I faid, By no means,
While Peter yet fpake thefe words, Lord : for what is common or
the Holy Ghoft fell on all them unclean hath not at any time en
who heard the word. 45 And tered into my mouth. 9 But
they of the circumcifion who be a voice came to me from heaven,
lieved, were aftonimed, as many What God hath cleanfed, make
as came with Peter, becaufe that not thou common. 10 And this

U was
The Aas of the Apoftles,
was done three times and all : number believed, antt
great
were drawn up again in.o heaven. turned unto the Lord. 22 But
11 And
behold, immediately the report of thefe things came
there were three men already unto the ears of the church
come unto the houfe where 1 which was in Jerufalem : and
was, fent from Cefarea unto me. they fent forth Barnabas, that
12 And the fpirit faid to me, he mould as far as An
go
go with them. Thefe fix bre tioch, 23 Who when he came
thren accompanied me, and we alfo and had leen the grace of
entered into man s houfe the :
God, rejoiced, and exhorted all,
13 But he mewed us how he had that with purpofe of heart they
feen an angel in his houfe, who would continue with the Lord.
flood and faid unto him, Send to 24 For he was a good man,
Joppa,and call for Simon, whofe and full of the Holy Ghoft, and
firname is Peter : 1 4 Who mail of faith and a great multitude
:

fpeak unto th-e words, whereby was added unto the Lord. 25
thou malt be faved, and all thy But hearing that Saul was at
houfe. And as 1 began to
15 Tarfus, he departed, feeking
fpeak them, the Holy Ghoft
to for him. 26 And when he had
fell on them, as alfo on us at found him, he befonght him to
the beginning. 16 And I re- come to Antioch : who when they
mem bred the word of the Lord, were come, affembled in the
how he faid, John indeed bapti Church a whole Year, and
zed wiih water ; but ye mail be
taught a great multitude. And
bapt zed with the Holy Ghoft. there it was that the
difciples in
17 Forafmuch then as he gave Antioch were firft called Chri-
them the like free gift as unto us, ilians. 27 And in thefe days
who believed on the Lord Jefus came prophets from Jerufalem
Chi ill, what was I that I could unto Antioch. But there was
fo far withftand God, as not to 28 And as we
g;eat rejoicing.
give thofe who have believed on converfed together, one of them
him the named Agabus, fpake,
w hen Holy
-f ?
Spirit fignifying
i$sf.
x. 47,48.
l
*
"
,
the x he
^
eie things, they held
by the fpirit, that there
a great famine throughout all the
mould be

their peace, and glo world which alfo came to pafs
:

faying, 1 hen hath
rified God, under Claudius. 29 Sut the
God alfo to the Gentiles
granted difciples, every man
according
Repentance unto life. 19 Now to their ability, determined to
they who were fcattered abroad fend relief unto the brethren who
upon :he perfection that arofe dwelt in Judea.
30 Which alfo
from Stephen, travelled as far as did, and fent it to the
they
Phenice, and Cyprus, and An- elders by the hand of Barnabas
tioch, preaching the word to and Saul.
none but unto the Jews only. XI f. Now at that time He
And fome of them were
20"
rod the king laid his hands to
men of Cyprus and Cyrene, afilid certain of the church in
who when they were come to Judea. 2 And he killed Jaines
Antioch, fpake unto the Helle- the brother of
John with the
nifts
preaching the Lord Jefus fword. 3 Butbecaufe he faw this
Chriit. 2 1 But the hand of attempt of his upon the faithful
the Lord was with them : and a he proceeded
pleated the Jew*,
further
The Ads of the Apoftles,
farther, to take Peter alfo : Then the mother of John, whofe fir-

were the of unleavened
days name was Mark, where many
bread. 4 When he had appre were gathered together, praying.
hended this man, he put him 13 And as Peter him elf knock
into prifon, and delivered him to ed at the door of the gate, a
four quaternions of foldiers to damfel came to hearken, named
Pe
keep, intending af er the PaiTo- Rhoda. 14 And knowing
ver to bring him forth to the ter s voice, fne opened not the
Peter therefore was gate for gladnefs,
and ran in,
people. 5
in .prifon; but great
prayer and told how Peter flood before
kept
unto
was made with fervency of the the gate, 15 And they faid
church unto God for him, 6 her, thou art mad. But (he
And when Herod would have that it was even
itrongly affirmed
brought him forth, the fame fo. Theft they faid to her, Per
16 But
night Peter was fleeping between haps, it is his angel.
two bound with two he continued knocking: and
foldiers,
chains ; But the keepers before opening and feeing him, they
the door kept the prifon. 7 And were aftonifhed. 17 But he
with the
behold, an angel of the Lord beckoning jmto them
came upon Peter, and a light hand to hold their peace, he
fhined in the prifon-houfe, and came in, and declared
unto them
he fmote Peter on the fide, and how the Lord had brought him
raifed him up, faying, Arife up out of the prifon. And he faid,

quickly. And his chains fell off Go, mew thefe things unto
from his hands. 8 But the angel James, and to the brethren. And
faid unto him, Gird thy felf, he departed and went into ano
and bind on thy fandals : and fo ther place. 1 8 Now affoon as
he did. And he faith unto him, itwas day, there was a ftir a-
was be
Caft thy garment about thee, mong the foldiers, what
and follow me. 9 And he went come of Peter. 19 And when
out and followed, and knew not Herod had fought for him, and
that it was true which was done found him not, he examined the
that
by the angel he thought he
: for keepers, and commanded
faw a vifion. 10 When they mould be {lain. And he went
they
down from Judea and to Cefarea,
were paft the fir ft and the fecond
ward, they came unto the iron there abode. 20 For he was
with them of
gate that leadeth unto the city ; highly difpleafed
which opened to them of its own Tyre and Sidon but the people
:

accord : and they went out, and of both cities came with one
defcended the feven iteps, and accord to the King, and having
paffed on through one ftreet ; and made Blaftus his chamberlain
they defired peace
;
forthwith the angel departed their friend,
from him. 1 1 And when Peter becaufe their countries were nou-
was come the 21 And
to himfelf, he faid, riftied by s.
king
in
Now I know that the Lord hath upon a fet day, Herod arayed
and hath fat his
furely fent his angel, royal apparel, upon
delivered me out of the hand of throne, and made an oration
Herod, and from all the expecta unto them. 22 When he was
tion of the people of the Jews. reconciled to thofe of Tyre, The
1 2 And when he had confidered, people gave a ftiout, faying,
he came to the houfe of the voices are of a god, and not
Mary
U z of
The A<3s of the Apoftles.
of a man! 23 And immediate ful from the faith, becaufe he
ly an angel of the Lord fmote very willingly heard them. 9
him, becaufe he g,\v2 not God Then Saul who allo is Paul
the and coming down filledwith the Holy Ghoft, look-
glory :

from his feat while he was alive ed earneftly at him, 10 And
he was eaten of worms, and
faid, O
full of all fubtilty and
in this manner the all knavery, thou ion of the
gave up
ghoft. 24 But the word of God devii, ihou enemy of all righte-
rew and multiplied.
25 And oufnefs, wilt thou not ceafe to
arnabas and Saul departed from
pervert the ways of the Lord
Jerusalem, when they had ful witch are rigru ? 1 1 And now
miniftry, /Wtook with
filled the Lord
behold, the hand of the
them John whofe iirname was jhall be upon thee, and thou (halt
Mark. be blind, not feeing tne fmi .or a
XIII. Now there were in the feaftn. And immediately there
the church that was at Antioch, fell on him a mill and a dark-
prophets and teachers; among nefs ; and he went about ieeking
whom was Barnabas, and Simeon fome to lead him by the hand.
that wa called Niger, and Lu I 2 But when the proconful iaw
cius of Cyrene, and Manaen, what was done, he wondrPil,and
who had been brought up with believed God, being alien (bed
;

Herod alfo the tetrarch, and at the doclrine of the Lord. 13
Saul. 2 As-they minillred to Now when Paul and his compa
the Lord, and fafted, the
Holy ny loofed from Paphos, they
Ghoil faid, Separate me Barna came to Perga of P.imphylia :
bas and Saul, for the work and John departed from tnem,
whereunto I have called them. and returned to Jerufalem.i 4 But
3 And when they had all failed when they had departed from
and prayed, and laid their hand"
Perga, they came to Antioch in
on them, they fent them away Pifidia, and went into the fyna-
4 But they being fent forth by gogue on the fabbath-day, and
the Holy Ghoft, came down fat down. 15 And after the
unto Seleucia ; from thence they reading of the law and the pro
failed to Cyprus. 5 But when phets, the rulers of the fyna-
they were at Salamis, they gogue fent unto them, faying,

preached the word of the Lord Ye men and brethren, ye haveif
in the fynagogues of the Jews :
any word of wifdom, exhor for
and they had alfo John min ;

tation to the people, fay on. 16
flring
to them. 6 And when they had Then Paul flood up, and beck-
gone through the whole ifle unto ning with the hand, fa.d, Men
Paphos, they found a certain of Ifrael, and ye that fear God,
forcerer, a falfe prophet, a Jew, hearken. 1
7 The God of this
called by the name of Barjefus :
people of Ifrael chofe our fathers,
7 Who was with the proconlul, and exalted the people when they
Sergius Paulus, a prudent man ; fojourned in the land of Egypt,
who called together Barnabas and ^and with an high arm brought
Saul, and defired to hear the he them out of it. 1 8 And the
word of God. 8 But Hetoimas time of forty years he nourifhed
the forcerer, for fo is his name them, as does a nurfe her child,
by interpretation,whh{lood them, in the wildernefs. 19 And
feeking to turn away the procon- when he had deftroyed feven
nations
The Ads of the Apoftles.
nations in the land of Chanaan, many days of them who came
he divided the land of :he up widi him from Galilee to Je
ilrangers by lor. 20 And he rufalem, who are till now his
gave judges, until four hundred wimefTes unto the people. 32
and fifty years, until Samuel the And we declare unto you glad
prophet. 21 And afterwards tidings, which was
the promife
they asked a king : and God made unto our 33 For
fathers.

gave unto them Saul the fon of thus hath God fulfilled the fame
Cis, a man of the tribe of Ben unto us their children, in that he
jamin, forty years; 22 And hath raifed up Je(us Chrift again ;

when he had removed him, he as it is alfo written in the firlt

raifed up unto them David to pfalm, Thou art my Son, this
be their king to whom alib :
day have I begotten thee. Ask
he retfified and faid, I have of me, and I vv:ll give thee the
found David the Ion of Jefle, a heathen for iftmc inheritance,and
man after mine own heart, who the utmoft parts of the earth for
will do all that I will. 23 God thy poffefiion. 34 And that he
therefore from hath, his feed raifed him up from the dead, no

according to bis promiie, raifed more to return to corruption, he
unto Ifrael a Saviour, Jefus : faid thus, I will give you the
24 When John had firft preach fure mercies of David. 35 He
ed before coming, the bap-
h>s faith alfo in another pfalm, Thou
tifm of repentance to all the wilt not fuffer thine holy One to
people of ifrael 25 And as fee corruption. 36 For David
John fulfilled his courfe, he faid, after he had ferved his own ge
Whom think ye that I am ? I neration by the will of God, fell
am not be. But behold, there afleep, and was laid unto his
cometh one after me, whofe fathers, and faw corruption :
ihoes of bis feet I am not worthy 37 But he whom God raifed
to loofe. 26 Men, Brethren, again, faw no corruption. 38
children of the family of Abra Be it known un:o you therefore,
ham, and whofoever among us Men, Brethren, that through
fearech God, to us is the word this man is
preached unto you
of this falvation fent forth. 27 the forgivenefs of fins. 39 By
For they that dwell at Jerufalem, him therefore every one that
and her rulers, becaufe they believes is
juftified before God,
Jcnew him not, nor yet the from all repen
things by
fcriptures of the prophets which tance, from which we could not
are read every fabbath, even be juilified by the law of Mofes.
they have fulfilled them in con 40 Beware therefore* left that
demning him. 28 And finding no come, which is fpoken of in the
caufe of death in him, when they prophets. 41 Behold, ye de-
had judged him they delivered fpifers,
both wonder, and perifh :
him to Pilate that he might be* for I work a work in your days,
flain. 29 And when they had which you will in no wife be
fulfilled all that was written of lieve, though any one declare it
him, they defired Pilate to cru unto you : and they held their
cify him, and when they had peace. 42 And when they were
obtained that, and had taken gone out of the fynagogue, they
him down from the tree,they laid befought that thefe words might
him in a fepuichre. 30 Whom be preached to them the next
God raifed. 31 He was ieen fab-
The Afls of the Apoftles.
fabbath. 43 Now when the
Jews, and fo fpake, that a great
congregation was broken up, multitude both of the Jews,
and,
many of the Jews, and religious alfo of the Greeks, believed,
Paul and Bar
profelytes followed z But the heads of the Jews
nabas, who fpeaking to them, and the rulers of the fynagogue
perfuaded them to continue
in
brought on a perfecution againft
the grace of God. But it came the righteous, and made the
to pais that the word of God minds of the Gentiles evil affeded
went through all the city, againft the brethren : but the
44 A^.d the next fabbath-day Lord gave them peace quickly.
came almoft the whole city, 3 Long time therefore abode
together to hear Paul ;
and when they fpeaking boldly in the
he had fpoken a great deal about Lord, who gave teftimony unto
the Lord, 45 And when the Jews the word of his grace, and
faw the multitude, they were granted figns and wonders to be
filled with envy, and contra- done by their hands. 4 But the
didled thofe words which were multitude of the city was di
fpoken by Paul, contradicting vided : and fome held with the
and biafpheming. 46 But Paul Jews, and others with the apo-
.and Barnabas waxed bold, and ftles.
5And when there was an
faid unto them, The word of affault made both of the Gen
God was to be firil fpoken to tiles, and of the Jews, with
you : but feeing ye put it from their rulers, to ufe them defpite-

you, and judge your feives un fully, and to ftone them, 6 They
worthy of eternal life, lo, we were ware of it, and fled unto
turn to the Gentiles. 47 For lo Lyftra and Derbe, cities of Ly-
hath the Lord commanded us, caonia, and unto the whole re
Behold 1 have fet thee to be a gion that lieth round about : 7
light to the Gentiles, that thou And there they were preaching
fhouldeft bs for falvation unto the the gofpel. And the whole mul
ends of the earth. 48 And titudewas moved at the doftrine.
when the Gentiles heard this, But Paul and Barnabas abode at
they were glad, and received the Lyftra. 8 And there fat a cer
word of God : and as many as tain man, impotent in his feet,
were ordained to eternal life, from his mother s womb, who
believed. 49 And the word of never had walked. 9 The fame
the Lord was publifhed through heard Paul fpeak ; being in fear :
out all the region.
50 But the who ftedfaftly beholding him,
Jews iiirred
up the devout honou and perceiving that he had faith
rable women, and the chief men to be healed, 10 Said with a
of the city, and raifed affliction loud voice, I fay to thee, in the
and perfccution againft Paul and name of the Lord Jefus Chrift,
Barnabas, and expelled them out Stand up right on thy feet. And
of their coaits. 51 But they he prefently
[immediately] leap
fliook off the duft of their feet ed and walked, And when n
againft them, and came unto the multitude faw what Paul had
Iconium. 52 And the difciples done, they lift up their voices,
were filled with joy, and with faying in the fpeech of Lycaonia,
the Holy Ghoft. The gods are come down to us
XIV. And it came to pafs in in the likenefs of men. 12 Now
Iconium, that he entred* unto they called Barnabas, Jupiter;
them, into the fynagogue of the ana
The Ads of the Apoftles,
find Paul, Mercury, becaufe he church, and had prayed with
was the chief fpeaker. But 1
3 failing, they commended them
the prieftsof Jupiter who were to the Lord, on whom they be
before the city, brought oxen lieved. 24 But after they
had
and garlands unto the gates, and patted throughout Pifidia, they
would have done facrifice with came to Pamphylia. 25 And
the
the multitude. 14 When Bar when they had preached
nabas and Paul heard it, they word in Perga, they went down
rent their clothes, and ran out into Attalia, and preached the
to the multitude, crying, 15 And Gofpd to 26 And
them.
Sirs, why do ye thefe thence failed to Antioch, from
fpeaking,
things ? we are men of like paf- whence they had been recom
fions with you, and preach God mended to the grace of God,
for the work which they fulfilled.
unto you, that ye mould turn
from thefe vanities unto the living 27 And when they were come
God, who made the heaven, and and had gathered the church
the earth, and the fea, and all rehear fed all that
together, they
things that are therein 1 6 : Who God had done to them, with
in the patt generations fufftrred their fouls, and that he had
all nations to walk in their own opened the door of faith unto the
ways. 17 Nevertheiels he left Gentiles. 28 And they abode
not himfelf without witnefs, in no fmall time with the difciples.
that he did good, and gave you XV. And certain men who
rain from heaven, and fruitful came down from Judea, taught
feafons, filling your hearts with the brethren, Except ye be cir-
food and gladnef?. 18 And cumciied, and walk after the
faying thefe things they fcarce manner of Mofes, ye cannot be
reitrained the multitude from fa- faved. 2 But when Paul and

crincing to them : 1
9 But while Barnabas had no fmall diflenfion
Hayed and taughr, there and difputation with them, Paul
they
came upon them certain Jews faid that they mould abide fo as

they had believed, and
from Antioch and Iconiura, who iuid it

ftirred up the people, and having with great alTurance. But thofe
iloned Paul, drew him out of the that came from jerufalem charg

city,fuppoling he had been dead. ed them, Paul and Barnabas and
20 But as the difciples flood round certain others, to up to the
go
about him, he role up, and came Apoflles and Elders to Jeruialem
into the city of Lyftra : and the that a determination might be
next day he departed with Bar made by them concerning this
nabas to Derbe. 21 But when quell ion.3 They then being
the
they preached the gofpel to thofe brought on their way by
in the city, and had taught ma church, they palled through, both
ny, they returned again to Lyftra^ Phenice and Samaria, declaring
and to Iconium and Antioch, the converfion of the Gentiles :
22 Confirming the fouls of the and they caufed great joy unto
difciples, and exhorting them to all the brethren. 4 And when
continue in the faith, and that they were come to Jeruialem,
we muft through much tribula of
they were received honourably
tion come into the kingdom of the church, and of the apolUes
God. 23 And when they had and of the elders, and they de
ordained them elders in every clared all things that God had
done
The Ads of the Apoftles,
done with them. 5 Bat thole down : and I will build again,
that had charged them to go up the ruins" thereof, and I will
to the elders role up,faying, That erecl: it
again. 17 That the re-
certain of the left of the Fhari of men might feek out
fid ue
fees which believed, (aid, They God, and all the Gentiles, upon
ought to circumcile them, and to whom my name is called, faith
command them <o

keep the law the who will do thefe
Lord,
of Moles. 6 And the apoitles things. 1 8 Known unto the
and elders came together to con- Lord is his work from the begin
fider of this matter. 7 And ning of the world. 19 Where
when there had been much dii- fore my fentence is, that we

puting, Peter role up by the trouble not them who from a-
ipirit, and faid unto them, Men, mong the Gentiles are turned to
Brethren, ye know how that of God; 20 But that we fend
ancient Days, God made choice unto them, that they abftain
among us, that the Gentiles
by from pollutions of idols, and
my mouth Ihould hear the word fornication, and blood. And
of the gofpel, and believe. 8 what things they would not have <

But God, who knoweth the done to themfelves, do not ysl
hearts, bare them witnefr, giving to others 2 For Mofes of
: 1

unto them the Holy Ghoft, old hath in every city them that
even as unto us : 9 And put no preach him, being read in the
difference between us and them, fynagogues every fabbath. 22
having purified their hearts by Then pleafed it the apoliles and
faith. 10 Now therefore why elders with the whole church, toi

tempt ye God, to put a yoke fend chofen men of their own
upon the neck of the difciples, company to Antioch, with Paul
j
which neither our fathers nor we and Barnabas ; Judas named Ba-
have been able to bear ? 1 1 rabbas, and Silas, leading men
But we believe that through among the brethren: 23 And
the grace of the Lord Jelus wrote a letter containing what
Chriit, we mall be faved even follows.The apoftles,and elders,
as they. 12 But the Elders and brethren, fend greeting
agreed to what Peter had unto the brethren of the Gen
faid,and held their peace: and tiles in Antioch, and Syria, and
heard Barnabas and Paul, decla Cilicia. 24 Forafmuch as we
ring what figns and wonders have heard, that certain which
God had wrought among the went out from us have troubled
Gentiles by them. 13 And you with words, difturbing your
after they had held their peace, fouls ; to whom we gave no
James arofe up and faid, Men, commandment: 25 It feemed
Brethren, hearken to me. 14 good unto us, being afiembled
Symeon hath declared how God with one accord, to fend outV
1
at the nrft hath vifited the Gen chofen men unto you, with your
tiles, to take out of them a peo beloved Barnabas and Paul ; 26
ple for his name. 15 And to Men that have hazarded their
this will agree the words of the lives to every temptation, for the

prophets, as it is written, 16 name of our Lord Jefus Chrift.
After thefe things I will return, 27 We have fent therefore Judas
and will build again the taber and Silas, who mail allb tell
nacle of David, which is fallen the fame things by word.
28 For
The Afts of the Apofiles.
28 For it feemed good to the failed to 40 And Paul
Cyprus.
Holy Ghoft, and to us, to lay took and departed, being
Silas,
upon you no other burden than recommended by the brethren
thefe necefTary things ; 29 Tha unto the grace of the Lord. 41
ye abftain from meats offered to And he went through Syria and
idols, and from blood, and from Cilicia, confirming the churches,
fornication :And what things and delivering the commands of
ye would not have done to your the elders.
(elves, not to do to another : from XVI. But when he had pafled
which if ye keep your felves ye ever thefe nations he came to
mall do well, as moved by the Dei be and Lyltra: and behold
Holy Spirit. Fare ye well. 30 a certain difciple was there,
So when they were difmifTed, named Timothy, the fon of a
they came in a few days down to woman who was a Jewefs, and
Antioch: and when they had believed ; but his father a Greek :
gathered the multitude together, 2 Who was attefted to by
^the
they delivered the epiftle. 31 brethren that were at Lylira and
When they had read it they Iccnium. 3 Him would Paul
rejoiced for the confolation. 32 have to go forth with him ; and
And Judas and Silas being pro took and circumcifed him, be-
phets alfo them felves, full of the cauie of the Jews who were in
Holy Spirit: comforted the bre- thofe places : for they knew all
thren with many words, and that his father was a Greek. 4
confirmed them. 33 And after And they went through the
as
they had tarried a they
Jpace, cities,they preached and deliver
were diimiHed in peace from the ed to them the Lord Jefus Chrift
brethren unto thofe that fent .vith all boldnefs ; and withal
them. 34 But it pleafed Silas delivered the commands of the
to abide with them. But Judas apotlles and elders who were at
alone went. 35 Now Paul and Jerufalem. 5
And fo were the
Barnabas continued in Antioch, churches eftablimed, and in-

teaching and preaching the word creafed in number daily. 6
of the Lord, with many others And they paiTed through Phry-
alfo. 36 And
iome days after ia, and the region of Galatia,
Paul faid unto
Barnabas, Let us and were forbidden of the Holy
return and vifit the brethren in Ghoft to fpeak die word of God
every city among wham we have to any in Afia. 7 But when
preached the word of the Lord, they were in Myfia, they delired
and fee how they do. 37 But to go to Bithynia : but the Spirit
Barnabas had a mind to take of Jefus fuffered them not. 8
with them John, whofe lirname And they pafling through My-
was Mark, 38 But Paul was ia cameto Tioas. 9 And one
not willing, faying, he would ike a man of Macedonia ap-
not take him with them, who reared to Pnul in a vifion in the
departed from them from Pain- hc, Handing over againil
phylia, and went not with them iim, and prayed, faying, C;me
to the work for which they were over into Macedonia, and heJj* .

fent. 39 But the contention us. 10 When therefore he was
was fo (harp, that they departed rifen he declared to us the vifion,
afunder one from the other : and we underfiocd that the Lcrd
Then Barnabas took Mark, and lad called us tc.p&;&cji the gofpel
X unto
The Ads of the Apoftles.
unto thofe that were in Macedo them to the Captains, faying,
nia, n
Now on the morrow, Thefe men being Jews, do ex
loofing from Troas, we came ceedingly trouble our city, 21
with a ftraight coujfe to Samo- And teach cuftoms which are
thracia, and the next day to not lawful for us to receive, nei
Neapolis; 12 And from thence ther to do, being Romans. 22
to Philippi, which is the head of And a great multitude rofe up
Macedonia, a colony : and we together againlt them, crying
were in that city abiding certain out. Then the captains rent off
days. 13 But on the fabbath- their clothes, and commanded to
day we went out of the gate by beat them. 23 And when they
the river, where there appeared had laid upon them,
many firipes
to be an houfe of
prayer : and they caft them into priibn, charg
we fat down and fpake unto the ing the jay lor to have them kept
women who came along with lafely. 24 Who
receiving iuch
us. 14 And a certain woman a charge, thruft them into the
named Lydia, a feller of purple, inner prifon, and made their feet
who 25 And at
of the city of Thyatira, fall in the flocks.

worfhipped God, heard us : the middle of the night Paul
whofe heart the Lord opened, and Silas prayed, and fang
that me attended unto the things praifes unto God and the prifo-
:

which were fpoken by Paul. ners heard them. 26 And fud*
15 And when fhe was baptized, denly there was a great earth
and all her houfhold, me be- quake, fo that the foundations of
fought ///, faying, If ye have the prifon were fhaken : But im
judged me to be faithful to God, mediately all the doors opened,
come into my houfe and abide and every one s bands were loof-
there. And fhe conftrained us. ed. 27 And the keeper of the
16 And it came to pafs, as we prifon awaking out of his fleep,
went to the houfe of prayer, a and feeing the prifon- doors open,
certain damfel, pofiefled with a he drew out his fword, and
fpirit of divination, met us, would have killed himfelf, fup*
which brought her matters much pofing that the prifoners had been
gain by thus foothfaying : 1
7 fled. 28 But Paul cried with a
She followed Paul, and us, and loud voice, faying, Do thy felf
Cried, faying. Thefe-are the fer- no harm ; for we are all here.
vants of the moft high Gcd, 29 Then he called for a light,
who preach unto y&u the way and leaped in,. and trembling,
of falvation. 18 And this did fell down at the feet of Paul and

fhe many days. But Paul turned Silas; 30 And brought them,
to the fpirit,
and being grieved out, and fecuring the rett, he
laid, I command thee in the faid, Sirs, .what rnuil I do to be
name of Jefus Chriil to come out faved ? 31 And they faid, Be
of her. And he came out im lieve on the Lord Jefus Chrift,

mediately. 19 But when the and thou malt be faved, and thy
matters of the fervant woman houfe. 32 And they fpake unto
iaw that they were deprived of him the word of the Lord, with
the gains which they had by her, all that were in his houfe.
33
they caught Paul and Silas, and And he took them fame hour
the
artvr them into the court, unto of the night, and warned their
she rulers, 20 And brought (tripes; and was baptized, he
and
The Ads of the Apoftles.
34 And 2 And Paul,
anci all his, ftraightway. gogue of the Jews.
when he had moreover brought as hismanner was, went in unto
them into his houfe, and fet hem, and three fabbaths reafoned
meat before them, he rejoiced, them out of the fcriptures,
>vith

believing in God with all his
that
Opening and alledging,
houfe. 35 And when it was Chriil mutt needs have fuffercd,
day, the captains came together and rifen again from the dead ;
into the court, and remembring and that this Jefus whom I preach
the earthquake that had happen unto you is Chrift. 4 And fome
ed, they were afraid, and they of them believed, and confortcd
fent the fergeants, who faid, Let with Paul and Silas on account of
thofe men whom
thou re-
go, their doctrine and of the devout
:

ceivedft yefterday. 36 And the Greeks a great multitude, and
keeper of the prifon came in and the chief women not a few. 5
tolS thefe words to Paul, The But the Jews who believed not,
magittrates have fent to let you moved with envy, gathered to-
of the ba
go : now therefore depart, and gether wicked fellows
go. 37 But Paul faid unto them, ler fort, and getting the multi
the city
They have beaten us openly, tude together, they fet

who are guiklefs, and uncon- on an uprore, and aflaulted the
demned, and are Romans, and houfe of Jafon, and fought to
6
they have caft us into prifon ; bring them out to the people.
and now do they thruit us out And when they found them not,
privily ? nay verily ; but let
they drew Jafon, and certain
them come themfelves and fetch brethren, unto the rulers
of the
us out. 38 And the fergeants city, crying and faying,
Thefe
told thefe words unto the cap that have fubverted the world,
tains : But when they heard that are come hither alfo ; 7 Whom
they were Romans, they were Jafon hath received
and thefe :

afraid,39 And when they were all do contrary to the decrees of
come with many of their friends Cefar, faying, That there is an
to the prifon, they befought them other king, Jefus. 8 And they
to go out, faying, were unWe troubled the multitude, and the
acquainted with your affairs, that rulers of the city, when they

you arejuftmen. And leading heard thefe things. 9 And when
them out, they befought them, they had taken Security of Jafon.
faying, Depart from this city, and of the others, they diimifled
leftthey again make an infur- them. 10 And the brethren im
reclionupon you, and grow bit
mediately fent away Paul
and Si
ter againft you. 40 But they las by night to Berea : who corn
went out of the prifon, and came ing, went away umo
the fyna-
to and when they had 1 1 Thele
Lydia ;
gogue of the Jews.
feen the brethren, they declared were more generous than thofe
to them how many things the in Theflalonica, in that they
Lord had done to them and : received the word with all readi-
when they had exhorted them, nefs of mind, and fearched the

they went out. fcriptures daily, whether thofe
XVII. Now when they had things were fo.
12 Therefore
paffed through Arophipolis, they fome of them believed bat iome :

came to Apolionia, and thence to did not believe : alfo of the He-
TheiTalonica ; where was a fyna- Jjjnift women, and of thofe that
X 2 were
The Ads of the Apoftles.
were honourable, and
many men in all
things ye are too fuperfti-
and women believed.
13 But tious. 23 For as 1 palled by,
when the Jews of Theflalonica and beheld your devotions, i
knew tiiat the word of God wa> found an altar with this infcrip-
preached, and believed, at Berea, THE UNKNOWN GoD
tion,To T
they came thither alfo, and did What therefore
not leave off ignorantly ye
ftirring up and di- worihip, him declare I unto you.
fturbing the multitude there. 14
24 God that made the world,
And then im mediately the bre and all things therein,
thren fent out Paul, to being
go away Lord of heaven and earth, dwelt-
to the fea : but both Silas and
temples made with
eth not in
Timothy abode there, i
5 And hands 25 Neither is
:
worihip^
they that conducted Paul, brought ped with mens hands, as though
bim to Athens But he
:
he was in need, for he
bypafled giveth to
Thefialy : for he was forbidden all life, and
breath, and all things ;
to preach the word to them ; anc
26 And he made of one blood,
receiving a commandment from every nation of man, to dwel]
Paul unto Silas and
Timothy to on all the face of the earth, and
come to him with fpeed, hath determined the times
they ap
departed. 16 Now while Paul
pointed, according to the bound
waited for them at Athens, his of their habitation : 27 Efpe-
fpirit was provoked in him, when daily that they ftiould feek what
he fa\v the
wholly given to
city the deity is, if
haply they might
the worfhip of idols.
17 There feel after it,
it, though it
or find
fore difputed he in the be not far from
fynagogue every one o^ us :
with the Jews, and with the de 28 For in it we live, and move,
vout perfons, and with thofe in and are every day ; as certain
;
the market
every day, with fuch alfo of your own poets have laid j
as met with him. 18 But cer For- we are alfo his
offspring.
tain alfo of the
philofophers of 29 Forafmuch then as we are
the Epicureans, and of the Sto- the offspring of God, we
ought
icks, encountered him : andlome not to think that the
What will this babler fay
is
Doty
faid, ? like either to
gold, or filver, or
but others, Hefeemeth to be a ftone, or to what is graven by
fetter forth of
ihange daemons. ait,or man s device.
30 And
19 But after certain the times of this
days they ignorance God
brought him unto Areopagus, overlooked ; but now com and - m
queftioning him, and faying, May eth all men where to re
every
we any of us know what this
pent :
31 As he hath appointed
new doclrine, which thou decla a day to
judge the world in
righ-
red, is ? 20 For thcij bringeft the man
teouthefs, by Jelus,
certain ftrange words to our ears : whom he hath ordained ; to give
we would know therefore what aflurance unto all men, in that
thefe things mean. 21 For ail he harh raifed him from the dead.
the Athenians and
Grangers which 32 And when they heard of the
were with them, fpent their time refurrcclion of the dead, fome
in
nothing elfe ? but either to teli
or to hear fome new
mocked : and others faid, We
thing. 22 will hear thee again alfo of this
Then Paul flood in the nndir. of matter. 33 And fo Paul de-
the and Ye from among them. 24 But
Areopagus, faid, >arted

men of Athens, I perceive that -

crca^n men cave untj him, and
believed :
The Ads of the Apoftles.
believed :
among the which *wa$ have much people in this city.
Dionyiius a certain Areopagite, of 1 1 And he continued in Corinth
good quality ; and others with a year and fix mon.hs, teaching
them. them the word of God. 12
XVIII. But he departed from But when Gallic was proconjut
Athens, and came to Corinth ; of Achaia, the Jews combined
2 Andfound a certain Jew na unanimoufly agamit Paul, and
med Aquila,born in Pontus, talking together among them-
lately come from Italy, and his felves
concerning Paul, and lay
wife Prifcilla, becaufe that Clau ing hands upon him, they brought
dius had commanded all Jews to him to the judgment- ieat, 13
depart from Rome, who alfo Crying out agamll him and fay
dwelt in Achaia, and Paul came ing, The fellow perfuadeth men
unto him. 3 And becaofe he to wormip God contrary to the
was of the fame craft, he abode law. 1 4 And when Paul was now
with them, and wrought. 4 about to open his mouth, Gallio
But entering into the fynagogue faid unto the Jews, If it were a
every fabbath, he reafoned ; and matter of injuitice or grofs wick-
propofing the name of the Lord ednefs, O
ye men and Jews, I
I

Jefus, he perfuaded not only the fhould with realbn bear with you :
Jews, but the Greeks alfo. 5 1
5 Bat
if ye have
queftions of a
And when and Timothy
Silas word, and names, and of your
were come from Macedonia, Paul law, look ye ; I will be no judge
was preffed by the word, and of fuch matters. 16 And he
teftified to the Jews, that Jefus drave them from the judgment-
was the Lord. 6 But when there feat. 17 Then all the Greeks
had been much difcourfe, and the took Soithenes, the chief ruler of
fcriptures had been interpreted, the fynagogue, and beat him be
and when they oppofed them- fore the judgment-feat. 18 And
felves, and biafphemed, Paul Paul tarried yet a good while,
{hook his raiment, and faid unto and then took his leave of the
them** Your blood be upon your brethren, and failed thence into
1

head ; I am clean I go to the
:
Syria, and with him Prifcilla
|
Gentiles. 7 And he departed and Aquila having (horn bis
:

! from Aquila, and entered into a head in Cenchrea : for he had a
I certain man s houfe named Juftus, vow. 1 9 But when he was come
one that worfliipped God, whofe to Ephefus, and left them there,
j

\
houfe joined hard to the fyna- on the next fabbath he himfelf
| gogue. 8 And Crifpus the chief entered into the fynagogue, and
i
ruler of the fynagogue, believed reafoned with the Jew^ 20 And
i on the Lord with all his houfe : when they defired him to tarry
i
and many of the Corinthians longer time with them, he con-
;
hearing, believed, and werebap- fented not : 21 Bidding them
I tized ; believing on God, through farewel, and faying, I muft by-
i the name of our Lord Jefus all means keep this fealt-day
i Chrift. 9 And the Lord fpake that is
coming, at Jerufalem.
i to Paul in the night by a vifion, I will return unto you, if God
i Be not afraid, but fpeak, and will, and he failed from E-
hold not thy peace : i o For I
phefus. 22 And when he had
am with thee, and no man mail landed at Cefarea, and gone up
;
fet on tbee, to hurt thee : for I and faluted the church, he went
down
The Ads of the Apoftles.
down to Antioch. 23 And after Then faid Paul, John baptized
he had fpent fome time, he de with the baptifm of repentance,

parted,
and went over all the faying unto the people, That
country of Galatia and Phrygia they mould believe on him who
in order, and ftrengtlming all the mould come after him, that is,
difciples. 24 And a certain Jew on Chrift. 5 When they heard
jiamed Apollos, born at Alexan this, they were baptized unto the
dria, an eloquent man, mighty name of the Lord Jefus Chrift,
in the fcripture?, came, to Epha- for the remiffion of fins. 6 And
fus. 25 Who was inflru&ed in when Paul had laid his hands
his own country in the word of upon them, Holy Ghoft
the
the Lord ; and being fervent in prefently fell on them ; and they
the fpirit, he fpake and taught fpake with tongues, and prophe-
diligently
the things of Jefus, fied. 7 And ail the men were
knowing only the baptilm of about twelve. 8 But Paul en-<

26 He began to fpeak tered into the fynagogue with
John.
boldly in the fynagogue. Whom great power, and fpake boldly
when Aquila and Prifcllla had for the fpace of three months,

heard, they took him unto them, difputing and perfuading what
and expounded unto him this way concerned the kingdom of God.
more perfeaiy. 27 But certain 9 Bat then divers of them were
Corinthians who lived at Ephs- hardned, and believed not, and
fus, and heard him, defired him fpake evil of the way before the
to pafs over with them to their multitude of the Gentiles. Then
native country ; but when he Paul departed from them, and
had given his confent, the Ephe- feparated the difciples, difputing
at
fians wrote to the difciples daily in the fchool of one Ty-*
Corinth, that they mould receive ranus, from the fifth hour to the
the man : who when he fojourned tenth. 10 And this was for two
in Achaia helped them much in
years ; And all they which dwell
the churches through grace. 28 in Afia, heard the words of the
For he mightily convinced the Lord, both Jews and Greeks,
Jews, and that publickly
dif* i r But God wrought no fmall
courfing, and mewing by
the miracles by the hands of Paul :

fcripfures, that Jefus
is the Chriit. 12 So that from his body were
XIX. But when Paul was de- carried unto the fick, handker
firous, according to his own will, chiefs or aprons alfo, and the
to to Jerufalem, the fpirit
go difeafes departed from them, and
faid to him that he ihould return the evil fpirits went out. 11
into Ada : but having patted Then certain of the vagabond
through the upper parts he comes Jews, exorcifls, took upon them
to Ephefus : and finding certain to call over them who had evil

difcipies, 2 He faid unto them, fpirits, the name of the Lord
Have ye received the Holy Jefus, faying, I adjure you by
Ghoft Vince ye believed B And Jefus whom Paul preacheth. 14
they faid, We
have not fo much Among whom were alfo the
as heard whether any do receive Ions of Sceva a Priefl, who would
the Holy Ghoft. 3 But he faid do the fame, having the cuftom
unto them, Unto what then to exorcife fuch perfons. And
were ye baptized ? And they when they hajl entred in to the
{aid, Unto Johns ba.pufm. 4 J>Knicjniack,they began to call p?
The Afts of the Apoftles.
tkat name, faying, charge We molt throughout all Afia alfo,
thse by Jefus whom Paul thisPauhhen perfuaded and turned
preacheth, to go out. i
5 But away a great multitude, faying,
the evil fpirit anfwered and faid that theie are no gods who are
to them, Jefus I know, and made with hands :
27 So that
Paul know, but who are ye ? not only this part of our trade is in
1

I

1 6 And the man in whom the danger to be under reproach, but
i
evil fpirit was, leapt on them,
alfo that the
temple of the great
i
overcame them, and prevailed goddefs Diana mould be let at
\
againft them both ; fo that they nought, and dellroyed, whom
fled out of that houfe naked and all Afia, and the world
I

wbrftiip-
wounded. 17 And this was peth. 28 And when they heard
known to all the Jews and Greeks thefe things they were full of

dwelling at Ephefus; and rear wrath, and running into the road,
fell on them all, and the name
they cryed oat, laying, Great //
of the Lord Jefus was magnified. Dnna of the Epheiians. 29
1 8 But
many that believed came, And the whole city was filled
and confeffed, and told their with confufion : and having
deeds. 19 Many alfo of them caught Gaius and Ariftarchus,
who ufed curious arts, brought men of Macedonia, Paul s com
theirbooks alfo
together, and panions in travel, they rulhed
burned them before all : and with one accord into the theatre.
they counted the price of them, 30 And when Paul would have
and found it fifty thoufand pieces entered in unto the people, the
of filver. 20 So mightily grew difciples hindered him. 31 And
the word of God, and prevailed, certain of the Afiarchs, who
and the faith of God increafed were his friends, fent unto him,
and multiplied. 21 Then Paul and befought him that he would
purpofed in the fpirit, to pafs not adventure himfelf into the
through Macedonia and Achaia, theatre. 32 Some therefore
and to go to Jerufalem, faying, cried one thing, and feme ano
After I have been there, I mult ther for the aflembly was con-
:

alfo fee Rome. 22 And he fent fufed ; and the greater part
into Macedonia two of them that knew not wherefore they were
nniitred U iio him, Timothy come together. 33 And they
and to Eraftus ; and he himiejf drew Alexander out of the mul
flayed in Afia a little feafon. 23 titude, Jews putting him
the
And the fame time there was no forward. Alexander therefore
fmall ftir about that way.
24 beckned with the hand, and
For there was a certain man na woa d have made his defence un
med Demetrius, a filverfmith, to the people. 34. But when
which made filver (brines for they knew that he was a Jew,
Diana, who brought no fmall with one voice of them all about
gain unto the craftlmen. 25 He the fpace of two hour?, they
having called them together, with cried our, Great is Diana of the

Ephefians, 3 5 And when thetovvn-
the workmen of like
occupation,
faid unto them, Men and fellow clerk had appeafed the multitude
craftftnen, ye know that by this he {aid, Ye men of Ephefus, what
art we have our 26 man is there that knoweth noc
livelyhood.
Ye both hear and fee, that not bow that our city is a keeper of
alone as far as the temple of the great Diana,
Ephefus, but al- ;

and
The Ads of the Apoftles,
and of that v/hich fell down ven days. 7 But upon the fifft
from Jupiter ? 36 Seeing then day of the week, when we tha
diiciples came together to break
that thefe things cannot be de
nied, ye ought to be quiet, and bread, Paul preached unto them,
to do nothing raihly. 37 For ready to depart on the morrow,
ye have brought hither theie and continued his fpeech until,
men, who are neither robbers oi midnight. 8 And there were
temples, nor yet blafphemers of many lamps in the upper cham
our goddefs. 38 Wherefore if ber where we were gathered to
9 And there fat in the
this Demetrius and the craftfmen
gether.
who are with him have a mat window a certain young man^
ter agaiaft them, the courts are named Eutychus, being fallen
held, and there are pleaders, let into a deep fleep and as Paulj :

them be accufers of one another. was long preaching, he funk
39 But if ye enquire any thing down with fleep, and fell down
concerning other matters^ it fhall from the third loft, and was.,.
be determined by the law of the taken up dead. 10 And Paul]
affembly. 40 For we are in went down, and fell on him, and
danger to b; accufed day for
this embraced him, and faid, Be not
an uprore, there being no caufe troubled, for his life is in him.
whereby we may give an account 1 1 And when he
:

being come up {

of this concourfe. 41 And again, and having broken bread, 1
when he had thus fpoken, he and eaten, and talked a long \
difmiffed the affembly. while, even till break of day, fo \
XX. And after the tumult he departed, 1 2 And when >

was ceafed, Paul called unto him they had faluted him, they
the dilciples, and exhorted them brought the young man alive, I
in many words, ,and took his and they were not a little com- 3
leave of them, and departed for forted. 13 And we went down
Macedonia. 2 And when he to the (hip, and failed unto Affos,
had gone over all thofe parts, thence intending to take in Paul,
and had given them much ex for fo had he appointed, as
being
hortation he came into Greece. himfelf to go afoot. 14 And
3 And abode three months: when he met us at AlFos, we |
and when the Jews laid wait for took him in, and came to Mity-
him, he was defirous to fail into lene. i
5
A nd we failed thence,
Syria, but the Spirit faid to him and came the next day ever a-
that he mould return through gainit Chios ;and the next day *
Macedonia. 4 And when he we anived at Samos, and tarri- }
was about to go forth, Sopater ed at Trogyllia ; and the next
day we came to Miletus.
cf Berea and of the Theiralo-
; 16
nians, Ariltarchus and Secundus, For Paul had determined to fail
and Gaius; Of Dei be, Timo by Ephefus, left fomewhat mould
thy ; and of the Ephefians Euty- detain him in Afia : for he hailed
chus and Trophimus accompa~ to be at Jerusalem againft the I
ried him as far as Afia. 5 But day of Pentecoft. 17 And
thefe going before, tarried for from Miletus he fent to Ephefu?,
him ac Troas. 6 And we failed the elders of the church. 18
"or

away from Philippi, after the And as they were with him, he
days of unleavened bread, and aid unto them, Ye know, B.e-
came unto them to Troas, in thren, from the firft day that I.I
five days, wherein we abode fe- came
The Ads of the Apoftles;
fcarhe into Afia, after what man Therefore watch, and re*
51
ner I was always with you for member that for three years
not to
three years, or even more. 1
9 night and day
I ceafed ;

all hu with
Serving the Lord with warn every one of you
and with tears, And now, 1 com
mility of mind, tears. 32
and temptations which befel me mend you to the Lord, and to
which is
by the lying in wait of the Jews word of his grace,
:
the
you up, and
to
20 How I kept back nothing that able to build
was profitable, have mewed
bu< an inheritance among
give you
you, and have taught from houle all them who are fanaified. 33
and
to houfepublickly, 21 Teftifying I have coveted the filver,
both to the Jews, and alio to the gold, or apparel of none of
know,
Greeks, repentance toward God, 34 You your
felves
you.
and the faith which is by our Lord that my have miniftred
hands
my neceffities, and to 1
And now, be- all
Jefus Chrift. 22 unto
iioid, I go bound in the ipirit unto them that were with me. 35
not knowing the have {hewed you every thing,
Jerusalem*
mall befai me there : to
things that that fo labouring ye ought
re*
23 Save that the Holy Ghoit vvit- fupport the weak; and to
neffeth to me in every city, member the words of the Lord
faying,
that bonds and afflictions abide he faid, It is more
Jefus, that
Jerufalem. 24 Bat this I do
receive.
meat blefled to give than to
when he had thus
Hot value, neither count I my life 36 And
dear unto my felf, fo that 1 may he kneeled down, and
fpoken,
my courfe, and the minifhy them all. 37 And
finifh
prayed with
fell on
of the word, which word I have all wept fore, and
they
received of the Lord Jefus, to Paul s neck, and killed him,
teitify to Jews
and Gentiles the 38 Sorrowing
mod of all for
of God. 25 that
gofpel of the grace the word which he fpake,
And now, benold, I know that mould fee his face no more.
they
ye all, among whom I have gone And they accompanied him unto
preaching the kingdom of Jefus, the (hip.
mall fee my face no more. 26 XXI. And it came to pafs,
Wherefore I call you to witnefs we were parted from
that after
this day, that I am pure from them, and had lanched,
we
the of all of you;
blood 27 came with a ftraight courfe unto
For have not fhunned to de un
I Coos, and the day following
clare unto you all the counfel of to Rhodes, and from thence
God. 28 Take hted unto your unto Patara, and Myra. 2
felves, and to all the flock, over And a
finding failing over
mip
the wh tch the Holy Ghoil hath unto Phenicia, we went aboard,
made you overieers, to feed the and fet forth. 3 Now when we
church of the Lord, which he had difcovered Cyprus, leaving
it on the left hand, we
hath purchaied with his own failed into

blood. 29 I know that after
Syria, and came down to Tyre :

my departing, grievous wolves for there the mip was to unlade
v/ill enter in among you, not her burden. 4 And finding dif
we with them
tarried
fparing the flock t 30 Alfo of ciples,
your own felves will men ariie, feven days : who faid to Paul by
fpeaking perverfe things, to turn the Spirit, that he mould not go
the after them up to Jerufalem. 5 And when
away difciples
we
y
The Afls of the Apoftles.
we had accomplifhed thofe days, brought us to an old difciple. And
we departed, and the next day when we were come to a cer
we went out and walked our tain village, we were with one
way, and they all brought us on Nafon of Cyprus an old difciple,
our journey, with wives and with whom we mould lodge.
children, till were out of the
<we And going out thence, 1 7 We
city : and we kneeled down on came But the bre
to Jerufalem,
the fliore, and
prayed. 6 And thren received us gladly. 18
when we had taken our leave And the day following Paul
one of another, they returned went James ; and
in with us unto
home again* 7 And when we all the elders were with him. 19
had finifhed our courfe from And when he had faluted them,
Tyre, we went down to Ptole- he declared particularly how
mais, and faluted the brethren, God had wrought among the
and abode with them one day. Gentiles by his miniftry. 20
8 And the next day we departed, And when they heard it, they
and came unto Cefarea ; and we glorified the Thou
Lord, faying,
entered into the houfe of Philip feeft, brother, how many ten-*
the evarrgelift, who was of the thoufands in Judea there are who
feven, and abode with him. 9 have believed, and they are all
And he had four daughters, vir zealots of the law. 21 And
gins, who did prophefy. 10 they are informed of thee, that
And as we tarried many days, thou teachelt the Jews who are
there came down from Judea a among the Gentiles, to forfake
certain prophtt, named Agabus. Moles, not to citcumcife their
ii And when he was come unto children, neither to walk after

us, he took Paul s girdle, and the cuitoms. 22 What is it

bound his own feet and hands, therefore ? the multitude mult
and faid, Thus faith the Holy needs come together : for they
Gholt, So (hall the Jews in Je will hear that thou art come.
rufalem bind the man that 23 Do this that we
therefore
ownerh this girdle, and mall de fay to thee we have four men
:

liver him into the hands of the which have a vow on them 24 ;

Gentiles. 1 2 And when we Them take, and be thy purified
heard thefe things, we and they felf with them, and be at
of that place, befought Paul not charges with them, that they
to go up to Jerufalern. 13 Then may fhave their heads and all :

Paul faid unto us, What mean will know that thofe things
ye to weep, and to difturb mine whereof they were informed
heart ? for I am not only wil concerning thee, are nothing, but
but alfo am thou thy felf alfo walkeil order
ling to be bound,
ready to die at Jerufalem for the ly, and keepeft the law. 25
name of the Lord Jefus Chrift. As touching the Gentiles which
14 And when he would not be have believed, they have nothing
perfuaded,
we ceafed, faying we have written
to fay to thee, for
one to another, The will of God and determined, that they ob-
5 And
be done. 1 after certain ferve no fuch thing, fave enly,

days, we took our leaves, and that they keep themfelves from
went up to Jerufalem. 16 But what is offered to idols, and
there went with us alfo ofcertain from blood, and from fotnica-
the difciples of Cefarea. But thefe urn. 26 Then Paul took the
men,
The Afls of the Apoftles.
men, and the next day purify he was upon the ftair^, fo it was
ing himfelf with them, entered that Paul was born of the fol
into the temple, to fignify the diers, for the violence of the

days in which the purification multitude. 36 For the multi
would be accomplifhed, that an tude followed after, crying out,
offering might be offered for that he mould be {lain. 37 And
every one of them. 27 But as he was to be led into the
when was ful
the feventh day caftle, he anfwered and faid un
filled, the Jews who were of to the chief captain, May I
Afia, came, when they faw him fpeak unto thee ? Who faid,
in the temple, ^Wflirred up the Canft thou fpeak Greek \ 38
whole multitude and laid hands Art not thou that Egyptian
on him, 28 Crying out, Men which before thefe days madeft
of help : this is the
Ifrael, an uprore, and leddeft out into
man teacheth all every
that the wildernefs four tlioufand men
where againit the people, and that were murderers ?
39 But
the law, and this place and : Paul faid, I am a man who am
hath brought Greeks alfo into a Jew, but born at Tarfus ; and
the temple, and hath polluted 1 befeech thee, fuffer me to
this holy place. 29 For they fpeak unto the people. 40 And
had feen before with him in the when the chief captain had
city, Trophimus an Ephefian, given him licence, Paul Hood
whom -j*
we fuppofed on the Hairs, and beckned with
that Paul had brou S ht the hand unto them and when. :

into the temple, 30 And there was made a great filence,
the whole city was moved, and he fpake unto them in the |3e-
there was a concourfe of the brew tongue, faying,
people and they feiz d upon
; XXII. Men, brethren, an4
Paul, and drew him out of the fathers, hear ye the defence
temple: and forthwith the doors which I make now unto you.
were mut. 31 But as they 2 And when they heard that
fought to kill him, tidings came he fpake in the Hebrew tongue
unto the chief captain of the they were filent ; and he faith,
band, that all Jerufalem was in 3 I am a man who am a Jew,
an uprore. 32 Who
immedi born in Tarfus, of Cilicia, but
ately took foldiers, and centu brought up in this city, at the
rions, and ran down upon them : feet of Gamaliel, taught accord
and when they faw the chief ing to the perfect manner of the
captain, and the foldiers, they law of the fathers, being zea
leftbeating of Paul. 33 Then lous towards God, as ye all are
the chief captain came near and this day. 4 And I perfecute4
took him, and commanded him this unto death, binding
way
to be bound with two chains ; and delivering unto prifon both.
and demanded, who he was, men and women. 5
As alfo
and what he had done. 34 And the high prieft will bear me
fome cried one thing, fome witnefs, and all the Presbytery ;
another among the multitude: from whom I received letters
and when he could not know unto thebrethren, and went
the certainty for the tumult, he to Damafcus, to bring theni
commanded him to be carried who were there bound unto
into the cattle. 35 And whsn Jerufalem, that Chey might be
Y 3 puniihed.
The A&s of the Apoftles.
punifhed. 6 As I was come nigh And
I faid, Lord,
they
19
unto Damafcus, about noon, fud- that imprifoned, and beat in the
1

denly there (hone from heaven a fynagogues them that believed
great light round about me. 7 on thee. 20 And when the blood
And 1 fell unto the ground, and of thy martyr Stephen was fhed,
heard a voice faying unto me, I was ilanding by, and confent-
Saa), Saul, why perfecuteft thou ing, and kept the raiment
of
me ? 8 And I anfwered, Who them that flew him. 21 And he
art thou, Lord ? But he (aid un faid unto me, Depart for J :

to me, I am
Jefus of Nazareth fend thee far unto the Gentiles.
whom thou periecutelh 9 And 22 And
they hearkened as far as
they that were with me law in this word, and lift up their voice,
deed the light, and were afraid ; and faid, Take away fuch an
but they heard not the voice of one from the earth : f r it is not
him that fpake unto me. 10 fit he mould live. 23 And as
And I {aid. What mail I do, they cried out, and call off their
Lord ? And he faid unto me, cloaths, and threw dufi to hea
Arife, and go to Damafcus, and ven, ?4 "he chief captain com
there it (hall be told thee of all manded him to be
brought into
things which are appointed thee the cnflle, and ba.de that he mould
to do. 1 1 And when I could be examined by ilripes ; that he
net fee for the glory of that light,
might know wherefore they cried
being led, by the hand of them -16
again!! him. 25 And as they
that were with me, I came to bound him with thongs, he faid
Damafcus 12 And one Ana unto the centurion that flood by,
nia ., a man according to the Is it lawful for you to fcourge a

law, having a good report of ail man that is a Roman, and un-
the Jews who dwelt there, 13 co",demned ? 26 When the cen
Came unto me, and flood, and turion heard this, that he called
faid unto ro?, Brother Saul, re jiimfelf a Roman, he went to
ceive thy fighr. And the fame the chief captain, and told him,
hour I looked