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lhip,andtogo to the other side before *unto Bethsaida s_Or, mqainft Bethsaida], while he sent away the people. 46. And when he had sent them away, he departed into a mountainto pray. 47. And when n Even was come, the ship was in the midst of the sea, and he alone on the land. 48. And he law them toiling in rowing: (for the Wind was contrary unto them) and about the fourth Watch of the night he Cometh unto them, walking upon the sea, and 0 would have passed by them. 49. But when they saw him walking upon the sea, they supposed it had been a spirit, and cried out. 50. (For they all saw him, and were troubled.) And immediately he talked with them, and faith unto them, Be of good cheer, it is I, be not afraid. 51. And he went up unto them into the %, and the Wind ceased: and they were sore amazed in themselves beyond measure, and wondred. 52. For they considered not the miracle of the loaves, for their heart was hardned. 53. And when they had p passed over, they came into the land of Gennesaret, and drew to the shore. 54. And uienthey were come out of the ship, straightway they knew kin, 55. And ran through that whole region round about, and began to carry about in beds those that were sick, where they heard he was. 56. And whithersoever he entred, into villages, or cities, or country, they laid the sick in the streets, aid belought him that they might q touch, if it were but the border of his garment: and as many as touched * him [X)r, it], were made Whole.

CHAP. VII.

THEN1 came together unto him the Pharisees, and cerainof the Scribes, which came from Jerusalem. 2. And when they saw some of his disciples eat bread with

* defiled

"Mar. 14. 23. When he had ment. For she said, If I may touch sent the Multitudes away, he went but his Clothes, I shall be Whole, up into a Mountain apart to pray: f Act. 19. 12. So that from his and uhen the Evening was come, [Paul's] Body were brought unto te was there alone. 5 the Sick Handkerchiefs or Aprons,

° t See on Luk. 24.18. and the Diseases departed from

''Mat. 14. 34. When they them, and the Evil Spirits went out were gone over, they came into of them.

the Land of Gennesaret. "* Mat. 15. 1. Then came

'tMar. j. 27, 28. When shei0to Jesus Scribes and Pharisees, deird of Jesus, she came in the which were of Jerusalem. toss behind, and ttuchtd his Gar*

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* defiled [Or, common} (that is to fry, wkh unv^ashei they found fault. 3. For the Pharisees and all trir^ J eept they wash thtir hands (0 oft, eat not, holding dition of the Elders. 4. And when they come strom Ci ket, except they wash, they eat not. And many ofclxe there be, which they have received to hold, as -the \A of cups, and (2) pots, brafen vessels, and of* tables COi 5. a Then the Pharisees'and Scribes asked him, WA not thy dilciples according to the Tradition of the 1 but eat bread with unwafhen hands? 6. He answere laid unto them, Well hath Efaias prophesied of you crites, as it is written, * This people honourefch. me their lips, but their c heart is far from me. 7. Howh vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the • mandments of men. 8. For laying aside the command: of God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the waÆi'n pots and cups: and many other such like things ye do. And he said unto them, (3) Full well ye * reject £Or, firate~\ the commandment of God, that ye may keep y own tradition. 10. For Moses said, d Honour thy fat and thy mother: and whoso curseth father or mother, him die the death. 11. But ye say, If a man shall lay his father or mother, It is (4) Corban, e that is to fay

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1 V Mat. Ij. 2. Why do thy c 2 Tim. 3. 5. Having » W Disciples transgress the Tradition of Godliness, but denying the P«» of the Elders? for they wash not thereof. Tit. I. 16. They pr their Hands when they eat bread, fefs that they know God, but i

b * Isa. 29. 13. The Lord said, j Works they deny him.— Forasmuch as this People draw near df Exod. 20. 12. t Deut- J me with their Mouth, and with i<5. f Exod. 21.17. f Lev. 20 their Lips do honour me, but have 9. t Prov. 20. 20. See on removed their Heart far from me, 15. 4.

and their Fear toward me is taught 10 e * Mat. 15.5. But ye fay, Wi> by the Precept of Men: There- soever shall say to his Father or fore, ire. * Mat. 15. 8. This his Mother, it is * Gift by wharloPeople draroeth nigh unto me with ever thou mightest be profited by their Mouth, and honoureth me with me. '.' Mat. 23. 18. —WhoWtheir Lips: but their Heart is far 15 ever sweareth by the Gift that » from me. upon it, he is guilty.

(1) t Or, diligently, in the Original, xoitk the Fiji: TbeopbM up to the Elbow.

(2) % Sextarius is about a Pint and half.

(3) These Words seem to be spoken Ironically ; for our Saviour h£i'e blames the Scribes and Pharisees.

(V This Word signifies a Gift or Offering made to God.j

gift, by whatsoever thou mightest be profited by me: he shall h frtc 12. And ye suffer him no more to do ought for his father or his mother: 13. Making the Word of God of none effect through your tradition, which ye have delivered: andmauy such like things do ye. 14. «j[And when he had 'calledall the People unto him, he said unto them, Hearken Mome every one of you, and understand. 15- There is 8nothing from without a man that entring into him can defile him: but the things which come out of him, those are they that defile the man. 16. If any man have b Ears to hear, let him hear. 17. And when he was entred into the house f rom tiie People, his Disciples ' asked him concerning the Parade. i8.And he faith unto them,Are ye so without understanding also? Do ye not perceive, that whatsoever thing from without entreth into the man, it cannot defile him, 19. Because it entreth not into his heart, but into the belly, and gowh out into the draught, purging all meats? 20. And he That which cometh out of the man, that defileth the fflaa 21. For k from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders, 22. Thefts, * covetousness, wickedness [Gr. covetuoufneJJ'cs1wickedn'fti],deceit, lasciviousness, 1 an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, sooliihnesi: 23. All these evil things m come from within, and Me the man. 24. % And n from thence he arose and went into the borders of Tyre and Sidon, and entred into an house, and would have no man know it; but he could not be hid. 15. Fora certain woman, whose young daughter had an unclean spirit, heard of him, and came and fell at his feet: tf. (The Woman was a (1) * Greek [Or, Gentiles, a Syrophe

nician

f,Mat. if. 10. He tailed the for me to do whatl will with mine Mtitije, and said unto them, Hear own? Is thine Eje evil, because I and mdtrjland. am good?

S See on Mat. 15. Ji. ,n Mat. 1a. 3 s. A good Man out

h t See the Note on Mat. n. 5 of the gtod Treasure of the Heart '!: bringeth forth good things: and an

'tMat. ty. 15. Then answered evil Man out of the evil Treasure, Peter and said unto him, Declare bringeth forth evil things, unto us this Parable. 11 * Mat. Ij. si. Then Jesus

l'Gen. 6. 5. * Gen. S. ai.10 went thence, and departed into the See on Mat. 15. 19. Coasts of Tyre and Sidon.

'Mat. so. 15. Is it not lawful

(1) There is no Disagreement between the two Evangelists, only St. M describes this Woman more particularly than St. Matthew does.

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nician by nation) and she besought him that he wou forth the devil out of her daughter. 27. But Jesus f. to her, Let the children first be filled: for it is not rr take the childrens bread, and to cast it unto the dog: And Ihe answered and said unto him? Yes, Lord: y dogs under the table eat of the childrens crumbs- 2.p he said unto her, For this saying, go thy way, the d« gone out of thy daughter. 30. And when she was coi her house, she found the devil gone out, and her dau laid upon the bed. 31. ^[ And again 1 departing frorr coasts of Tyre and Sidon, he came unto the sea of"Ga through the midst of the coasts of Decapolis. 32. And * bring unto him one that was deaf, and had an impedir in his speech: and they beseech him to put his hand u him. 33. And he took him aside from the multitude, put his fingers into his ears, and c he spit, and touched tongue. 34. And d looking up to heaven, he e sighed, faith unto him, Ephphatha, that is, Be opened. 35. A straightway his ears were opened, and the string of his tone was loosed, and he spake plain. 36. And he f charged th< that they should tell no man: but the more he charg them, so much the more a great deal they published it. 3 And were beyond measure astonished, saying, He hath doi all things well: he maketh both the deaf to hear, and th dumb to speak.

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a t Mat. 15. 29. Jesus departed hit Eyes and said, Father, I thank

from thence, and came nigh unto thee, that thou hast heard me.

the Sea of Galilee, and went up in- t Joh. 17. 1. These Words spake

to a Mountain, and sat down Jesus; and lift up his Eyes to

there. j Heaven.

b t Mar. 9. 31. Behold, they • f Joh. 11. 33, 38. — He

brought to him a dumb man pos- groaned in Spirit, and wastroubled.

sessed with a Devil. Jesus thereforegritnin* in himself,

c t Mar. 8. 23. t T°h- 9- cometh to the Grave. Heb. 4. iy.

He spat on the Ground, and made ,0 We have not an High Priest which

Clay of the Spittle, and he anoint- cannot be touched with the Feilit£

ed the Eyes of the blind man with of our Infirmities.—

the Clay. f + Mar. 5. 43. See the Note

d +Joh. ir. 41. —Jesus lift up on Mat. 8. 4.

The latter, Chap. iy. 22. fays she was of Canaan; the former tells Of what part of Canaan Ihe lived, namely, where Syria and fbmkltjoln, tl>e Inhabitants of which were called Syro-Phenicians. Her being said to be' Creek, denotes that slie was not a Jew ; for the Jm called all thole Creeks, who did not profess theiriReligion.

CHAP. VIII.

IN those days the f Multitude being very great, and raving nothing to eat, Jelus called his disciples unto TM,aiid faith unto them, 2. I have compassion on the mul•fode,because they have now been with me three days, and we nothing to eat: 3. And if I fend them away fasting to ?eir 0Wn houles, they will faint by the way: for divers of P^came from far. 4. And his disciples answered him, •r<* whence can a man fatisfie these men with bread here ln TMe Wilderness? 5. And he asked them, How many ^es have ye? And they said, Seven. 6. And he coma'wed the People to sit down on the ground: and he took disf;fi'en ^oavesj and gave thanks, and brake, and gave to his ""les to set before them: and they did set them before

fjlfyk 7- And they had a few small fishes: and he *<i, and commanded to set them also before them. 8. % did eat, and were filled: and they took up of the t!*n raeat that was left, seven baskets. 9. And they j3tnadeaten were about four thousand; and he sent them l0-% And h straightway he entred into a ship with his f. cfes> and came into the parts of Dalmanutha. 11. And ft V ^ai'tfees came forth, and began to question with him, , *ng of him a sign from heaven, tempting him. 12. And e "ghed deeply in his spirit, and faith, Why doth this geeration seek after a sign? verily 1 say unto you, There 1 no sign be given to this generation. 13. And he left % and entring into the ship again, departed to the other ?' '4- <f Now the disciples had k forgotten to take bread, ^ 'Wr had they in the ship with them more than one loaf. 5-And he charged them, faying, 1 Take heed, beware of

the

D's'.f«-if. 31- Jesus called his * Mat. 16. i. f Joh. 6. 30.

i,lclPJ« unto him, and said, I See on Mat. 12. 38.

p ump,fr,0n on the Multitude, k * Mat 16. j. When his Dif1 ciples were come to the other side,

, J MJt. 14. ,p. —Locking up 5 they had forgotten to take Bread. !°,HtJfen, he blejfed, and brake, 1 t Mat. 16. 6. Then Jesus said TMgivethe'Loaves to h»s Disci- unto them, Take heed and beware ftS>»sd the Disciples to the Mul- of the Pharisees, and of the Saddu¥«. cees. +Luk. 11. 1. When there

, J Mat. 1 j. 39. He sent away 10 were gathered together an innu"tMultimde, and took Ship, and merable multitude of People, in'""tinto the Coasts of Magdala. somuch

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