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Five thousand fed. Chap. vi. Christ walketh on the sea. 28 And brought his head in alAnd when they knew, they said, charger, and gave it to the dam- Five, and two fishes. sel: and the damsel gave it to her 39' And he commanded them to mother.
make all sit down by companies 29 And when his disciples heard upon the green grass. of it, they came and took up his 40 And they sat down in ranks, corpse, and laid it in a tomb. by hundreds, and by fifties.
30 | And the apostles gathered 41 And, when he had taken the themselves together unto Jesus, five loaves and the two fishes, he and told him all things, both what looked up to heaven, and blessed, they had done, and what they had and brake the loaves, and gave taught,
them to his disciples to set before 31 And he said unto them, them; and the two fishes divided Come ye yourselves apart into a he among them all. . desert place, and resta while ; for| 42 And they did all eat, and there were many coming and go- were filled. ing, and they had no leisure so 43. And they took up twelve much as to eat.
baskets full of the fragments, and 32 And they departed into a of the fishes. desert place by ship privately. 44 And they that did eat of the
33 And the people saw them loaves were about five thousand departing, and many knew him, men, and ran afoot thither out of all ci- 45 9 And straightway he conties, and outwent them, and came strained his disciples to get into together unto him.
Ithe ship, and to go to the other 34 1 And, Jesus, when he came side before unto Bethsaida, while out, saw much people, and was he sent away the people.. moved with compassion toward 46 And when he had sent them them, because they were as sheep away, he departed into a mounnot having a shepherd; and he tain to pray. began to teach them many things. 47 And when even was come,
35 And when the day was now the ship was in the midst of the far spent, his disciples came unto sea, and he alone on the land. him, and said, This is a desert 48 And he saw them toiling in place, and now the time is far rowing : (for the wind was contrapassed:
Try unto them ;) and about the 36 Send them away, that they fourth watch of the night he commay go into the country round eth unto them, walking upon the about, and into the villages, and sea, and would have passed by buy themselves bread: for they them, have nothing to eat. .
| 49 But, when they saw him . 37 He answered, and said unto walking upon the sea, they supthem, Give ye them to eat. And posed it had been a spirit, and they say unto him, Shall we go cried out: and buy two hundred penny- 50 (For they all saw him, and worth of bread, and give them to were troubled:) And immediateeat ?
ly he talked with them, and saith 38 He saith unto them, How unto them, Be of good cheer : it many loaves have ye? go and see. is I; be not afraid.
Mens' traditions. . S. Mark. What defileth a man,
51 And he went up unto them 5 Then the Pharisees and into the ship ; and the wind ceas- scribes asked him, Why walk ed: and they were sore amazed not thy disciples according to the in themselves beyond measure, tradition of the elders, but eat and wondered.
bread with unwashen hands ? 52 For they considered not the 6 He answered, and said unto miracle of the loaves : for their them, Well hath Esaias propheheart was hardened. i sied of you hypocrites, as it is
53 And when they had passed written, This people honoureth over, they came into the land me with their lips, but their heart of Gennesareț, and drew to thesis far from me. ... shore,
I Howbeit, in vain do they 54 And, when they were come worship me, teaching for doctout of the ship, straightway they rines the commandments of men, knew him,
18 For laying aside the com. 55 And ran through that whole mandment of God, ye hold the region round about, and began to tradition of men, as the washing carry about in beds those that of pots and cups : and many other were sick, where they heard he such like things ye do. was.
19 And he said unto them, Full 56 And whithersoever he enter-well ye reject the commandment ed, into villages, or cities, or of God, that ye may keep your country, they laid the sick in the own tradition. streets, and besought him that 10 For-Moses said, Honour thy they might touch, if it were but father and thy mother; and whothe border of his garment: and as so curseth father or mother, let many as touched him were made him die the death: whole.
. 11 But ye say, If a man shall CHAP. VII. say to his father or mother, It is
Meat defileth not. Corban, that is to say, a gift, by THEN came together unto whatsoever thou mightest be pro
I him the Pharisees, and cer- fited by me; he shall be free. tain of the scribes, which came '12 And ye suffer him no more from Jerusalem,
to do ought for his father or his 2 And when they saw some of mother; his disciples eat bread with desil- 13 Making the word of God of ed (that is to say, with unwash-none effect through your traditien) hands, they found fault. Son which ye have delivered :
3 For the Pharisees, and all the and many such like things do ye. Jews, except they wash their 1+1 And, when he had called hands oft, eat not, holçling the all the people unto him, he said tradition of the elders...
unto them, Hearken unto me 4 And when they come from every one of you, and underthe market, except they wąsh, stand: they eat not. And many other 15 There is nothing from withthings there be, which they have out a malı, that entering into him received to hold, as the washing can defile him : but the things, of cups, and pots, brasen yes- which come out of him, those are sels, and of tables,
(they that desile the man. .
eetsy, they laid the" si cities, orlof Gee reject the comthem, Full
Four thousand . . . Chap. viii. ,
fed. 16 If any man have ears tolunder the table eat of the childhear, let him hear.
rens' crumbs. 17 And, when he was entered 29 And he said unto her, For into the house from the people, his this saying, go thy way; the devil disciples asked him concerning is gone out of thy daughter. the parable.
30 And when she was come to 18 And he said unto them, Are her house, she found the devil ye so without understanding also ? gone out, and her daughter laid Do ye not perceive, that whatso- upon the bed. ever thing from without entereth 31 | And again, departing from into the man, it cannot defile him; the coasts of Tyre and Sidon, he
19 Because it entereth not into came unto the sea of Galilee, his heart, but into the belly, and through the midst of the coasts of goeth out into the draught, purg- Decapolis. '
i ing all meats? .
32 And they bring unto him 20 And he said, That which one that was deaf, and had an cometh out of the man, that de- impediment in his speech ; and fileth the man,
they beseech him to put his hand 21 For from within, out of upon him.. iiii.. the heart of men, proceed evil 33 And he took him aside from thoughts, adulteries, fornicati- the multitude, and put his fingers ons, murders,
into his ears, and he spit, and 22 Thefts, covetousness, wick- touched his tongue; . . edness, deceit, lasciviousness, an 34 And, looking up to heaven; evil eye, blasphemy, pride, fool- he sighed, and saith unto him, ishness :
Ephphatha, that is, Be opened. 23 All these evil things come 35 And straightway his ears from within, and defile the man. were opened, and the string of
24 | And from thence he arose, his tongue was loosed, and he and went into the borders of Tyre spake plain. . and Sidon, and entered into an 36 And he charged them that house, and would have no man they should tell no man: but the know it: but he could not be hid. more he charged them, so much
25 For a certain woman, whose the more a great deal they pubyoung daughter had an unclean lished it: spirit, heard of him, and came 37 And were beyond measure and féll at his feet:
astonished, saying, He hath done 26 (The woman was a Greek, all things well: he maketh both a Syrophenician by nation;) and the deaf to hear, and the dumb to she besought him that he would speak, cast forth the devil out of her . CHAP. VIII. daughter,
Four thousand miraculously fed. 27 But Jesus said unto her, Let TN those days, the multitude the children first be filled ; for it being very great, and having is not meet to take the childrens' nothing to eat, Jesus called his bread, and to cast it unto the disciples unto him, and saith unto dogs.
them, 28 And she answered, and said 2 I have compassion on the mula unto him, Yes, Lord: yet the dogs titude, because they have “No!
cian by that he of her four thouse days
Pharisees require a sign. S. Mark. The blind man healed. been with me three days, and gotten to take bread, neither had have nothing to eat:
they in the ship with them more 3 And if I send them away fast-than one loaf. ing to their own houses, they will 15 And he charged them, sayfaint by the way : for divers of ing, Take heed, bervare of the them came from far.
leaven of the Pharisees, and of the 4. And his disciples answered leaven of Herod. him, From whence can a man 16 And they reasoned among satisfy these men with bread here themselves, saying, It is because in the wilderness?
we have no bread. . 5 And he asked them, How 17 And, when Jesus knew it, many loaves have ye? And they he saith unto them, Why reason said, Seven.
ye because ye have no bread? 6 And he commanded the peo-perceive ye not yet, neither unple to sit down on the ground : derstand ? have ye your heart yet and he took the seven loaves, and hardened ? . . gave thanks, and brake, and gave 18 Having eyes, see ye not? to his disciples to set before them; and having ears, hear ye not? and they did set them before the and do ye not remember people.
119 When I brake the five loaves. 7 And they had a few small fish-among five thousand, how many es: and he blessed, and com- baskets full of fragments took manded to set them also before ye up? They say unto him, them.
Twelve. 8 So they did eat, and were 20 And when the seven among filled: and they took up, of the four thousand, how many baskets broken meat that was left seven full of fragments took ye up? And baskets.
they said, Seven. 9 And they that had eaten werel 21 And he said unto them, about four thousand: and he sent How is it that ye do not underthem away. .
stand ? 10 | And straightway he en-| 22 | And he cometh to Bethtered into a ship with his disci-saida; and they bring a blind ples, and came into the parts of man unto him, and besought him Dalmanutha.
to touch him. 11 And the Pharisees came 23 And he took the blind man forth, and began to question with by the hand, and led him out of him, seeking of him a sign from the town; and when he had spit heaven, tempting him. .: Jon his eyes, and put his hands
12 And he sighed deeply in his upon him, he asked him if he N spirit, and saith, Why doth this saw ought, generation seek after a sign? Vel 24 And he looked up, and said, rily I say unto you, There shall no I see men as trees walking. sign be given unto this genera- 25 After that, he put his hands tion.
again upon his eyes, and made 13 And he left them, and, en- him look up : and he was restora tering into the ship again, depart- ed, and saw every man clearly. ed to the other side.
26 And he sent him away to his 14 ! Now the disciples had for-Thouse, saying, Neither go into
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Chap. ix. transfiguration. the town, nor tell it to any in thel 38 Whosoever, therefore, shall town.
Jbe ashamed of me, and of my 27 F And Jesus went out, and words, in this adulterous and sinhis disciples, into the towns of ful generation, of him also shall Cesarea Philippi : and by the way the Son of man be ashamed, he asked his disciples, saying un- when he cometh in the glory of to them, Whom do men say that his Father, with the holy angels. Iam ?
CHAP. IX. 28 And they answered, John The transfiguration of Christ. the Baptist: but some say, Elias; A ND he said unto them, Ve. and others, One of the prophets. A rily I say unto you, That
29 And he saith unto them, there be some of them that stand But whom say ye that I am ? and here, which shall not taste of Peter answereth, and saith unto death, till they have seen the him, Thou art the Christ. kingdom of Godcomewith power.
30 And he charged them that 21 And, after six days, Jesus they should tell no man of him. taketh with him Peter, and James, - 31 T And he began to teach and John, and leadeth them up them, that the Son of man must into an high mountain apart by suffer many things, and be re-themselves : and he was transjected of the elders, and of the figured before them. chief priests and scribes, and be 3 And his raiment became killed, and after three days rise shining, exceeding white assnow; again.
so as no fuller on earth can white 32 And he spake that saying them. openly. And Peter took him, 4 And there appeared unto them and began to rebuke him. . Elias, with Moses : and they were
33 But when he had turned talking with Jesus. about and looked on his disciples, 5 And Peter answered, and said he rebuked Peter, saying, Get to Jesus, Master, it is good for thee behind me, Satan: for thou us to be here : and let us make savourest not the things that be three tabernacles; one for thee, of God, but the things that be of and one for Moses, and one for men,
- Elias. 34 | And when he had called 6 For he wist not what to say ; the people unto him, with his dis- for they were sore afraid. ciples also, he said unto them, 7 And there was a cloud that Whosoever will come after me, lovershadowed them: and a voice let him deny himself, and take up came out of the cloud, saying, his cross, and follow me. This is my beloved Son: hear
35 For whosoever will save his him... life, shall lose it; but whosoever 8 And suddenly, when they had shall lose his life, for my sake and looked round about, they saw no the gospel's, the same shall save it. man any more, save Jesus only
36 For what shall it profit alwith themselves. man, if he should gain the whole 9 And, as they came down from world, and lose his own soul? the mountain, he charged them
37 Or what shall a man give that they should tell no man what in exchange for his soul ? Ithings they had seen, till the Son