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CHAPTER 9. Mark 1.

* See Deut. 29, 30, 31. fever left her: and she arose, and minis

Malthere from the receipt of custom, 10 cateth

5. 25. Luke 1. 38, tered unto them ß.

seith publicans and sinners. 14 defendeth his

1 kings 17. 16 *When the even was come, they disciples for not fasting. 20 cureth the bloody 11 Cor. 9.3. brought unto him many that were pos.

issue, 23 raiseth from death Jairus' daughter, - Vark 1.

Acts 16. 39. sessed with devils: and he cast out the

2 gíreth sight to tro blind men, 2 healeth a

dumt man possessed of a devil, 30 and hath Luke 6. 40, spirits 7 with his word?, and healed all

compassion of the multitude.
that were sick:
17 That it might be fulfilled which was

ND he entered into a ship, and passed

over, « and came into hig own city. ach. 4. 13. spoken by Esaias the prophet, saying, 2 And, behold, they brought to him a . I ai. 53. 4. * Himself took our infirmities, and bare man sick of the palsy, lying, & bed: 1 Pet. 2. 36. our sicknesses.

cand Jesus seeing their faith said unto ch, 8, 10, 18 ( Now when Jesus saw Bgreat multi- the sick of the palsy; Son, be of good tudes B about him, he gave command- cheer; thy sins B be forgiven thee B.

ment to depart unto the other side. 3 And, behold, certain of the scribes Lake. 19 . And a certain scribe came, and said said within themselves, This man blas5., 38. unto him, Master, I will follow thee phemeth. whithersoever thou goest.

4 And Jesus B d knowing their thoughts & Ps. 139. 2. 20 And Jesus saith unto him, The foxes said, Wherefore think ye evil in your have boles, and the birds of the air have hearts ?

Mark 12.15.

Luke 5. 22. nests ; but the Son of man hath not

5 For whether is easier, to say, Thy sins & 6, 8. where to lay his head. B be forgiven thee ß; or to say, Arise,

& 9. 47. p Luke 7. 59, 21 And another of his disciples said and walk ?

kl. 17. unto him, Lord, 4 suffer me first to go 6 But that ye may know that the Son

and bury my father. 1 Kings 19.

of man hath power on earth to forgive 29 But Jesus said unto him, Follow me; sins, (then saith he to the sick of the and 8 let the dead bury their dead %. palsy,) Arise, take up thy bed, and go

23 And when he was entered into unto thine house.

Ba B ship, his disciples followed him. 7 And he arose, and departed to his house.
Nart 4. 24'' And, behold, there arose a great 8 But when the multitudes saw it, they
Lahesa, 23, tempest in the sea, insomuch that the ß marvelled B, and glorified God, which

ship was covered with the waves : but had given such
he was asleep.

passed forth from Mark 2.14.
25 And Bhis disciples B came to him, thence, he saw a man, named Matthew, Luke 5. 27.
and awoke him, saying, Lord, save y usy: sitting at the I receipt of custom 1: and
we perish.

he saith unto him, Follow me. And he 26 And he saith unto them, Why are ye arose, and followed him. . P. 65.7. fearful, Oye of little faith? Then he 10 I And it came to pass, as Jesus Mark 2.15,

arose, and rebuked the winds and the sat at meat in the house, behold, many & 107. 13.

Luke 5. 29, sea; and there was a great calm. publicans and sinners came and sat down

&c. 27 'But the inen marvelled, saying, What with him and his disciples. manner of man is this, that even the 11 And when the Pharisees saw it, they winds and the sea obey him!

said unto his disciples, Why eateth your Mark 5.1, 28 ! And when he was come to the Master with 9 publicans and sinners? g ch. 11. 19. other side into the country of the B Ger. 12 But when Jesus heard that, he said

Luke 5. 30. Luke 8. 26, gesenes B, there met him two possessed unto them, They that be whole need not

A Gal. 2. 15. with devils, coming out of the tombs, a physician, but they that are sick. exceeding fierce, so that no man might 15 But go ye and learn what that mean. pass by that way.

eth, I will have mercy, and not sacri. Tosca 6. 6. 29 And, behold, they cried out, saying, fice: for I 8 am not comes to call the

Micah 6.6, What have we to do with thee, B Jesus B, righteous ", " but sinners B to repent.

7, 8.

ch. 12. 7. thou Son of God? art thou come hither ance B.

* I Tim. 1. to torment us before the time ?

14 Then came to him the disciples of 15. 80 And there was a good way off from John, saying, "Why do we and the Pha- Mark 2. 18, them an herd of many swine feeding. risees fast B oft ß, but thy disciples fast 31 So the devils besought him, saying, not?

Luke 5. 33, I thou cast us ont, B suffer us to go 15 And Jesus said unto them, Can the

& 18. 12. away B into the herd of swine. children of the bridechamber mourn, as

m John 3.29. 32 And he said unto them, Go. And long as the bridegroom is with them? when they were come out, they went in- but 5 the 5 days will come, when the to B the herd of swine B : and, behold, bridegroom shall be taken from them, the whole herd y of swiney ran violently and then 6 shall 6 they fast.

Acts 13. 2, down 'a steep place ' into the sea, and 16 No man putteth a piece of 7 || new

cloth 7 perished in the waters.

* 14. 23. unto an old garment, for that

1 Cor. 7. S. 33 And they that kept them fled, and which is put in to fill it up taketh from

I Or, rare, went their way into the city, and told the garment, and the rent is made every thing, and what was befallen to the worse 8.

brought possessed of the devils.

17 Neither do men put new wine into

cloth. 34 And, behold, the whole city came old bottles 9: else the bottles 9 break, out to meet Jesus : and when they saw and the wine runneth out, and the ?bottles o perish: but they put new wine

. Mark 5. VAR. REND.-7 V. 16. with a word Be. De W. into new bottles", and both 10 are pre 22, &c. 87. 22. i.e. let the spiritually dead bury the physically served 10.

Luke 8. 41, dead. -' v. 32. the steep Al.

18 T. While he spake these things un. VAR. READ.-V. 15. B him NBC, Edd.-V. 18. B So CL4, Ti. Tr. Mol. WH."; multitudes N; a VAR. REND.-10 V. 34. borders. --Chap. 9. 17. 9. tax multitude B, La, We. WH.1 V. 23. B So BC, office Me. 2 V. 13. desire. care not. - * rightLa. Tr. WH.; the ** A, Ti. Mcl. We. — V. 25. ß eous men. -5 V, 15. Omit, 6 will. -7V. 16. unthey X B, Al. Ti. Tr. Mcl. We. WH. -- Omit dressed cloth Li. 8 a worse rent is made.* B C, Edd, V. 28. B So Ne C3 L, Memph., Mel.; ' v. 17. skins. - 10 are preserved together. Gerasenes OL. Vulo. Theb., La.; Gadarenes BOIA VAR. READ.--Chap. 9. V. 2. B are forgiven X B, Al Ti. Tr. We. WH. (Orig. found Gerasenes in moxt Edd. - V. 4. B So B, La. Tr. We. WH. Mcl.; JSS., Gadarenes in some, but preferred Gergesenes seeing XCD A, Al. Ti. - V. 5. Bare forgiven on geographical grounds.) V. 29. B Omit X B C, B, Edd. - V. 8. B feared XBD, Edd. Fad. V. 31. 8 send us away N B. Edd. - V. 82. B V. 13. B Omit NBD A, Edd. - V. 14. B So CD, the gwine B C, Edd. - Omit X B CIA, Edd. Al. Tr. Mcl. WH."; omit 4* B, La. Ti.' we, WH.

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daughter 11 is even now dead : but power | against unclean spirits, to cast
come and lay thy hand upon her, and them out, and to heal all manner of Maris,
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sickness and all manner of disease.
19 And Jesus arose, and followed him, 2 Now the names of the twelve apostles
and so did his disciples.

these; The first, Simon, who is p Mark 5.25,

20 q P And, behold, a woman, which was called Peter, and Andrew his brother; 10 set. Luke 8. 1. diseased with an issue of blood twelve James the son of Zebedee, and John his le years, came behind him, and touched the brother;

Lele 6 23. 12 hem 13 of his garment :

8 Philip, and Bartholomew ; Thomas, Acts 1. It 21 For she said within herself, If I and Matthew the lpublican 1 ;'James the data 3. may but touch his garment, I shall 13 be son of Alphæus, and B Lebbeus, whose red 1. 11. whole 13.

surname was Thaddæusß;

Seet King 22 But Jesus turned him about, and 4. Simon Bthe Canaanite B, and Judas *

when he saw her, he said, Daughter, be ya Iscarioty, who also betrayed him. 9 Luke 7.50. of good comfort; 1 thy faith hath made 5 These twelve Jesns sent forth, and

thee whole. And the woman was made commanded them, saying, Go not into sa & 17. 19. whole from that hour.

the way of the Gentiles, and into any derr. 23 "And when Jesus came into the city of the Samaritans enter ye not: Mark 5. 38. Luke 8 51. ruler's house, and saw . the minstrels 6 9 But go rather to the lost sheep of

I Pot! Sze 2 Chr. and the people making a noise,

the house of Israel. 24 He said unto them, "Give place: for 7 And as ye go, preach, saying, “The 1 Acts 20.20. the maid is not dead, but sleepeth. And kingdom of heaven is at hand. they laughed him to scorn.

8 Heal the sick, Bcleanse the lepers, Loka Do 9 25 But when the people were put forth, raise the dead B, cast out devils: 'freds 1 1 he went in, and took her by the hand, ye have received, freely gire. and the maid arose.

9 %m | Provide ? neither gold, bor silter, 1 Or, 26 And I the fame hereof went abroad nor brass 3 in your purses,

1.1.2 this fame. into all that land.

10 Norbscrips for your journey, nei. 27 And when Jesus departed thence, ther two coats, neither shoes, nor ret

two blind men followed him, crying, and Bt staves B : for the workman is worth 10t. 2. Nch. 15. 29. saying, " Thou son of David, have mercy of his meat.

See Net & 20, 30, 31.

11 P And into whatsoever city or town Mark 10..7,

28 And when he was come into the ye shall enter, enquire who in it is for.
Luke 18.38,
house, the blind men came to him: and thy; and there abide till ye go thence.

I Can.2.1
Jesus saith unto them, Believe yo that 12 And when ye come into ani house,
I am able to do this? They said unto salute it.

TR$ him, Yea, Lord.

131 And if the house be worthy, let',Lake 29 Then touched he their eyes, saying, your peace come upon it: 'but it it be Lake According to your faith be it unto you. not worthy, lot your peace return to Petä. 12

30 And their eyes were opened ; and you.

Jesus 14 straitly charged 14 them, saying, 14 And whosoerer shall not receive reh, 8. 4. * See that no man know it.

you, nor hear your words, when ye de * 12. 16. 31 But they, when they were depart. part out of that house or city, shake Luke 5. 14

ed, spread abroad his fame in all that off the dust of your feet. y Mark 7.36. country.

15 Verily I say unto you, It shall be chI + See ch. 12. 32 [ ? As they went out, behold, they more tolerable for the land of Sodom

brought to him a dumb man possessed and Gomorrha in the day of judgment, lekti Luke 11.14. with a devil.

than for that city.
33 And when the devil was cast out, 16 [ Behold, I send you forth as
the dumb spake : and the multitudes sheep in the midst of wolves :. "he
marvelled, saying, It

never 15 so therefore wise as serpents, and 87 | hart. I am geen 15 in Israel.

less as doves. a ch. 12. 24. 34 But the Pharisees said, . He casteth 17 But beware of men: for – they will Mark 3. 22. out devils through the prince of the devils. deliver you up to the councils, and Luke 11.15

35 - And Jesus went about all the cities they will scourge you in their synab Mark 6. 6.

Luke 13.29. and villages, teaching, in their syna- gogues ;
c ch. 4.3.

gogues, and preaching the gospel of the 18 10 And eye shall be bronght 10 before
kingdom, and healing every sickness and governors and kings for my sake, for a

every disease B among the people ß. testimony llagainst ll them and the Gen- 31.2. Ik & Mark 6.31.

36 . But when he saw the multitudes, tiles. 1 Or, tere tired and

he was moved with compassion on them, 19. But when they deliver you up, tay đen, because they B | fainted, and were 16 scat

no thought 12 how or what he e Nain. 97. tered abroad 16, as sheep having no shall speak: for it shall be given you 17. shepherd.

in that same hour what ye shall speak. I Kinga 22.

37 Then saith he unto his disciples, 17.

20 | For it is not ye that speak, but : 51 Ezek 34. 5.

I The harvest truly is plenteous, but the the Spirit of your Father which speal. A Zech. 10.2. labourers are few;

eth in you. f Luke 10. 2 38 , Pray ye therefore the Lord of the 21 3 And the brother shall deliver up

John 4. 85. harvest, that he will send forth labourers the brother to death, and the father the 92 Thess, 3. into his harvest.

child : and the children shall rise up 1. CHAPTER 10.

VAR. RexD.-Chap. 10. 11.3. targatherer. LTL 1 Christ sendeth out his twelve apostles, enabling Get (as margin). -3 Lit, into. - * Lit. girdles, and them with power to do miracles, 5 giveth them

a pocket for money.
5 V. 10. i.e. soilet.

their charge, teacheth them, 16 comforteth them
against persecutions: 40 and promiseth a bless. village. 7 v. 12. the. - IV. 16. subeless Dry
ing to those that receive them.

Mel. V. 17. Omit. - 10 V. 18. Yes, and ye sba be brought Al.

Be. De IF. Ve. Vol. VAR. REND.-11 V, 18. died even now Be. Me. 12 V. 19. be not over careful Al. Ols, 12 V, 20. fringe Ai. Mol.; tassel Me.- 13 V. 21. be VAR. READ.-- Chap. 10. V. 3. B Lebbaens D, made whole. - 14V. 30. threntened De W.; vehe. Al. Mol.; Thaddaeus X B, La. TY. WH. Te mently threatened Mcl. ---- 15 V. 33. i.e. seen 80 omit “whose surname,' &c.--. 4. the Care floriously Al. Me. — 16 V. 36. neglected Al.; cast (i.e. Zealot; comp. Luke 6. 15; Acts 1. 18_BCP down Be. Ne,

Edd. y So C, Tr. Mol.; the Iscariot XBD, A VAR. READ.-V. 18. B So B, La. WH. We. Mol. La. Ti. We. Wi. (Iscariot = native of Keriott (Tri neurly); there came in a ruler N C D, A1. Ti. V. 8. B raise the dead, cleanse the lepers * BC

V. 35. B Omit NBC* D, Edd. - V. 36. B Edd. v. 10. B As margin XBD, 4. La. R were harassed N BODA, Edd.

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31. 42 And ye shall be hated of all men testimony oncrrniny John. 18 The opinion of

for my name's sake: but he that en. the people, both concerning John and Chrisi. Lake 22. 17. dureth to the end 13 shall be saved 13. 20 Christ uporaidoth the unthankfulness and

unrepentance of Chorazin, Bethsaida, and Ca. * Das. 12.12, 23 But " when they persecute you in

perum: 25 and praising his Father's wisdom 13. this city, Bflee ye into another B : for

in revealing the gospel to the simple, 28 he ch. 24. 13.

rerily I say unto you, Ye shall not have callech to him all such as feel the burden of Maik 13.13.

their sins. I ch. 2. 13.

gone over the cities of Israel, 'till the 4.12. Son of man be come.

ND 19. 15.

made an end of commanding his Actes. I. nor the servant above his lord.

twelve disciples, he departed thence to 25 It is enough for the disciple that teach and to preach in their cities. A 15.6.

he be as his master, and the servant as 2. Now when John had heard in the « Luke 7. 19, I Or, med or, A. his lord. If "they have called the master prison the works of Christ, he sent 19, &c.

b ch. 14. 3. I ch. 16. 28.

of the house B + Beelzebub B, how much Btwo of his disciples B, mLake 6.40. more shall they call them of his house 3 And said unto him, Art thou he

c Gen. 49.10.

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that should come, or 2 do we look for

Dan. 9. 24. $15.90. 26 Fear them not therefore: • for there another?

John 6. 14. me. 12. 24.

is nothing covered, that shall not be 4 Jesus answered and said unto them, Park 3 13 in revealed is; and hid, that shall not be Go and shew John again those things

11.15. Johs & 18, known.

which ye do hear and see: 27 What I tell you in darkness, that 5 a The blind receive their sight, and dIxsi. 29. 18.

& 35. 4, 5, 6. speak ye in light: and what ye hear in the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, Beelsebal.

& 42. 7. the ear, that preach ye upon the house and the deaf hear, the dead aro raised

John 2. 23. enkt. 22. tops.

up, and
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have the gospel Luke S. 17.

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A 5. 36. 12.2, 3.

28 p And fear not them which kill the preached to them. pisal 6. 13, body, bnt are not able to kill the soul : 6 And blessed is he, whosoever shall & 10, 25, 38.

& 14.11. but rather fear him which is able to not be offended in me.

e Ps. 22. 26. Loko 12. destroy both soul and body in hell. 7 9 And as 3 they 3 departed, Jesus be

Isai. 61. 1. Pet. 3. 14.

29 Are not two sparrows sold for a gan to say unto the multitudes concern Luke 4. 18. II in

Is farthing is? and one of them shall not ing John, What went ye out into the James 2. S. was halffall on the ground without your Father. wilderness to see * ? KA reed shaken Isai. 8. 14,

5. txing in the 30 16 9 But 16 the very hairs of your with the wind ?

eb. 13. 57. izrael, head are all numbered.

8 But what went ye out for to see P A & 24. 10. bong the

31 Fear ye not therefore, ye are of man clothed in soft raiment ? behold, $26. 81. the long

Rom. 9. 32, more value than many sparrows. they that wear soft clothing are in kings'

33 puny: 32 - Whosoever therefore shall confess houses.

1 Cor. 1.23. me before men, him will I confess also 9 B But what went ye out for to see? ch. 1.29

& 2. 14. before my Father which is in heaven. A prophet B? yea, I way unto you, cand Gal. 5. 11. al Sun. I

1 Pet. 2. 6. $3 ' But whosoever shall deny me before more than a prophet.

will I also deny before my 10 B For B this is he, of whom it is writ. , Luke 7. 24. Father which is in heaven.

ten, * Behold, I send my messenger be- 4 Ephes. 6. Lube 21.19.

34 u Think not that I 17 am come 17 to fore thy face, which shall prepare thy ich. 14. 5. Acts 17.34. Luke 12. & send peace on earth : I came not to way before thee.

* 21. 26. Bon, 20. 3, send peace, but & sword.

11 Verily I say unto you, Among them Luke 1. 76. 35 For I 17 am come 17 to set & man at that are born of women there hath

& 2. 26. Ber. 3. S. variance s against his father, and the not risen a greater than John the Bap. Mal. 3. !.

2 Merk &. danghter against her mother, and the tist: notwithstanding he that is 5 least's

Luke 1.76. Luke 9. 20.

daughter in law against her mother in law. in the kingdom of heaven is greater Tim.2.19. Lake 12.19,

36 And ya man's foes shall be they of than he. 51, 52, 53. his own household.

12 ! And from the days of John the I Luke 16.16. 2 Mie. 7.6. 57 - He that loveth father or mother Baptist until now the kingdom of hea

Ps. 41. 3. more than me is not worthy of me : ven el suffereth violence, and the vio- 1 Or, is gol* 1. 13 and he that loveth son or daughter lent i take it by force 7.

ten by forec,

and they Micah 7. 6. more than me is not worthy of me. 13 * For all the prophets and the law Jobs 23. 18.

that thrust + Luke 14.

39. And he that taketh not his cross, prophesied until John. and followeth after me, is not worthy of 14 And if ye will receive it, this is m Mal. 4. 6. me.

* Elias, which was for to come. ech. 16. 94.

# Mal. 4. S. 89 He that is findeth 18 his life shall 15. He that hath ears B to hear ß, let ch, 17. 19.

Luke 1. 17. Luke $. 2. lose it, and he that 19 loseth 19 his life him hear. $11.97. Sch. 16. 25. for my sake shall find it. 16 ? But whereunto shall I liken this ch. 13. 9.

Luke 8. 8. 40 % He that receiveth you receiveth generation ? It is like unto children sitLaie 1:33.

Rev.2.7,11, John 12.99. me, and he that receiveth me receiveth ting in the markeis, B and calling unto 17, 29. ech. 18.5 him that bent me.

their fellows,

& 3,6,13,22 Lake 9. 48.

41 . He that receiveth & prophet 20 in 17 And saying B, We have piped unto p Luke 7.31. 10. 16,

the name of 20 & prophet shall receive a yon, and ye have not danced; we have Jotin 12. H. $13.20

prophet's reward ; and he that receiveth mourned yunto you y, and ye have not Gal 14,

a righteous man 20 in the name of 20 a lamented. d! King 17. righteous man shall receive a righteous 18 For John came neither eating nor man's reward.


and they say, He hath a 2 Kings 1.8.

42 And whosoever shall give to drink deril.

unto one of these 21 little ones a cup 19 The Son of man came eating and teh. 18.5.6. 29. 40.

of cold water only 20 in the name of 20 a drinkirg, and they say, Behold a man Mark 21. disciple, verily I say unto you, he shall gluttonous, and a winebibber, 9 a friend 9 ch. 9. 10. Hcbr. 6. 10. in no wise lose his reward.

VAR. REND. - Chap. 11. iv. 2. the Christ. VAR. REND.-13 V. 22. the same shall be saved. 2 V. 3. are we to look Be. De W. Me. Vol. 3 V. 7. 16 V, 26. uncovered. 15 V. 29. More nearly penny these. gaze upon Be-5 v. 11. less (than John) (onosixteenth of the denarius; see Matt. 20. 2) Li. Al. Me. 6 V. 12. is taken by violence De W.Mel-16 V. 30. But as for you.

-17 V8. 34, 35. came. 7 seize upon it De W. - V. 89. bath found.- 19 bath lost. - 20 V8. 41, VAR. READ. - Chap. 11. V. 2. B by his disciples 12. with respect to his name of Al. Be. De W. Me XBCD, Edd. — V 9. B So C D'L, La. Tr.: Mcl.; Ols. - V. 49. humble De W.

But why went ye out ? to see a prophet? R* B, VAR. READ.-V. 23. B So nearly X B, Al. Ti. Tr. 41. Ti, We. WH. - V. 10. B Omit NBD, Al. Ti. Mel. We. WH.; flee ye into another, and if they per. Tr.2 Mcl. WH. - V. 15. B Omit B D, Ti. We. WH. kecute you in the other, flee ye into yet another D, 31cl. -- Vs. 16, 17. B which, calling unto their fel. La.V. 25. 8 As margin C A, La. Ti. Tr.; Beezebul lows (the others Ti. Tr. We. W'11.), say x B D, Eda. XB, We. WÁ.

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Sl. 20 [Then began he to upbraid the 7 But if ye had known what this meaneth, r Luke 7.85. cities wherein most of his mighty works 9 I 3 will have 3 mercy, and not sacrifice, s Luke 10.

were done, because they repented not: ye would not have condemned the guiltless. 13, &c.

21 Woe unto thee, Chorazin! woe unto 8 For the Son of man is Lord Berens | 44.1 thee, Bethsaida! for if the mighty works, of the sabbath day.

Hoa which were done in you, had been done 9 ^ And when he was departed thence,

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remained until this day.

hold on it, and lift it out ?
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be more tolerable for the land of So- than a sheep? Wherefore it is lswfal

dom in the day of judgment, than for to do well on the sabbath 2 days? : Luke 10. thee.

13 Then saith he to the man, Stretch 21.

25 At that time Jesus answered and forth thine hand, And he stretched it See Ps. 8. 2.

said," I ll thank thee 11, O Father, Lord forth; and it was restored whole, like as 1 Cor. 1. 19, of heaven and earth, 12 because 12 a thou the other.

hast hid these things from the wise and 11 / Then 'the Pharisees went out, and lek. Cor.3.1. prudent, and hast revealed them unto 15 held a council 5 against him, how they

might destroy him. b ch. 16. 17.

26 Even so, Father : for so it seemed 15 But when Jesus knew it, he with. ech. 28. 18. good in thy sight.

drew himself from thence: and Brea: John 3. 35. 27 All things 13 are delivered 13 unto multitudes ß followed him, and he healed 10, 13. 3. me of my Father: and no man knowoth them all; & 17. 2. 1 Cor.15.27. the Son, but the Father; d neither know. 16 And charged them that they should

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and he to whomsoever the Son 14 will 16 17 That it might be fulfilled which was . 10. 15. reveal him.

spoken by Esaias the prophet, saying, John 13, 28 I Come unto me, all ye that labour 18 P Behold my servant, whom I bare

... and are heavy laden, and I will give chosen ; my beloved, e in whom my soul Phil. 2. 5. 1 Pet. 2. 21. you rest.

is well pleased : I will put my spiris up1 John 2.6. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of on him, and he shall 6 shew & judgment / Zech. 9. 9. me ; for I am meek and slowly in heart : to the Gentiles.

Phil. 2.7, 8. rand ve shall find rest unto your souls. 19 He shall not strive, nor cry; neither
g Jer. 6. 16. 30 For my yoke is easy, and my bur. shall any man hear his voice in the streets.
h! Johu 5. den is light.

20 A bruised reed shall he not break,

and smoking flax shall he not quesch, 1 Christ reproreth the blindness of the Pharises

till he isend forth judgment unto victory? concerning the breach of the sabbath, 3 by scrip- 21 And in his name shall the Gentiles tures, 9 by reason, 13 and by a miracle.

8 trust 8
healets the min possessed that was blind and

29 Then was brought into him one
dumb. 31 Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost
shall never be forgiven. 36 Account shall be

possessed with a devilo, blind, and dumb:
made of idle word. 38 le rebuketh the

and he healed him, insomuch that the fuithful, who seek for

a sign: 9 and sheweth B blind and dumb both spake and saw s. toho is his brother, sister, and mo her,

23 And all the 10 people lo were amazed a Deut. 23. 25

T that time Jesus went on the sab. and said, 11 Is not this li the son of Darid ?

АТ, Mark 2. 23.

bath day through the corn; and his 24 . But when the Pharisees heard ... Luke 6. 1. disciples were an hungred, and began to they said, This fellow doth not cast out

Lesen pluck Ithel ears of corn, and to eat. devils”, but by B + Beelzebubß the prince 9 But when the Pharisees saw it, they of the devils said unto him, Behold, thy disciples do 25 And B Jesus ß knew their thoughts, that which is not lawful to do upon the and said uunto them, Every kinguum rete Kabbath day.

divided against itself is brought to dear 3 But he said unto them, Have ye not lation; and every city or house diridad b1 Sam. 21. read what David did, when he was an against itself shall not stand :

hungred, and they that were with him ; 26 And if Satan cast out Satan, he

4 How he entered into the house of 12 is 12 divided against himself; how shall e Bc. 25. 30. God, and did eat the shewbread, which then his kingdom stand ? Lev. 24. 5.

was not lawful for him to eat, neither 27 And if I by B BeelzebubB cast out'da d Ex. 29. 32,

for them which were with him, d but vils", by whom do your children cast thea Lev. 8. 31. only for the priests ?


fore they shall be yonr judges & 26. 9. 5 Or have ye not read in the law, how 28 But if I cast out 'devils by the Spirit

that on the sabbath 2 days I the priests of God, then the kingdom of God 12 is

in the temple profane the sabbath, and come unto you. John 7. 22. are blameless?

VAR. REXD.--I V. 7. desire.

-T. 12. Hos VAR. REND. - & V. 19. And yet Al. was jus. then is a man better than a sheep! Al. T. tified (i.e, declarert free from blame) by (in, Bu.) Al. 5 V. 14. A: margin, Me. Da, de, -67. Is proclat Me. Ols. -10 V. 23. to Hades. 11 r. 25. So Mcl.; -7 V. 20, have made his judgment to isete in confess to thee Al. Be, Je, - 12 that Al. Re. Me tory Al. Be. Me, Ols.

-ST. 21. hope. To Mol. --- 13 V. 27. have been (strictly were) delivered. 27, 28. Strictly demons. -_-107.23. multiruries - 24

14 is willing to. - Chap. 12. V. 1. Omit. this Al. Me. Mol. — 12 V. 26. i., has been literally 2 VX, 5, 12. day.

13 V. 98. is come unawares Be.; is already come F: VAR. READ.-P. 19. B So B C DL, OL. Vulg. Cur., VAR. READ. - Chap. 19. 1. 6. B & seater thas Al. La. Jcl.; works N B*, Memph. Perh., Ti. Tr. We XBD, Edd.V.S. B Omit NBCD, Edi

..! WA.

V. 23. B Capharnaum all good MSS, and all a withered hand NBC, Edd. -r. 11. $ (r" editors. -y So we; shalt thou be exalted unto C* L, Tr. WH2 — v. 15. B So CD, Tr. 18 heaven?

NB C D. A La. Ti. Tr. Mel. H. * B, La. Ti, Tr.3 3. Je. WH. - 0 8 thou shalt be brought down x C4, Al. Ti. Mcl.; spake and saw & BD, Edd. ----F24, 27. 8 42m** thou shalt come down BD, La Tr. We, WH. CDA, La. 14. Tr. Jc.--V. 25. S'he NBD, 3




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31. goods, except he first bind the strong stood without, desiring to speak with him. lva, 19, man ? and then B he will ß spoil his 47 B Then one said unto him, Behold,

9 Mark 3. 31. house.

thy mother and thy brethren stand with Luke 8. 19, Lake 11.21, 30 He that is not with me is against out, desiring to speak with thee B.

20, 21. me; and be that gathereth not with me 49 But he answered and said unto him 1 ch. 13, SS. scattereth abroad. that told him, who is my mother ? and

Muk 6. S.

John 2. 12, y Mark & 31 Wherefore I say unto you, all who are my brethren :

7.3, 5. manner of sin and blasphemy shall be 49 And he stretched forth his hand to- Acts 1.14. Luke 12.10. Hebr. 6. 4, forgiven Bunto men ß: - but the blas. ward his disciples, and said, Behold my

1 Cor. 9.5.

Gal. 1, 19. phemy against the Holy Ghost shall not mother and my brethren! 10 84,29. be forgiven y unto men y;

50 For whosoever shall do the will of

John 25.24. 1 Jean 5.16, 32 And whosoever a speaketh a word a. my Father which is in heaven, the same Gal. 5. 6. Acts 1. sl. gainst the Son of man, it shall be for- is my brother, and sister, and mother. 6. 5. er il. 19. giren him : _but whosoever speaketh 1


Hebr. 2. 11. Jola 112, gainst the Holy Ghost, it shall not be

forgiven him, neither in this world, nei. 3 The parable of the sower and the seed: 18 the 51 Tim. I.

cxposition of te. 24 The parable of the tares, ther in the torld to come.

31 of the mustard seed, 3 of the learen, 41 of 33 Either make the tree good, and his

the hidden treasure, 45 of the pearl, 47 of the reb.7. 17.

fruit good; or else make the tree cor- drawnct cast into the sea : t3 and hoto Christ
rupt, and his fruit corrupt: for the tree

is contemned of his own countrymen.
is known by his fruit.

HE same day went Jesus out of the ich. 3.7.

34 o 15d generation 15 of vipers, how can house, «and sat by the sea side. a Mark 4.2.

ye, being evil, speak good things? 'for 2 And great multitudes were gathered Luke 8. *. Lake 6. u.

ont of the abundance of the heart the together unto him, so that he went in. c Luke 5. 3. mouth speaketh

to a ship, and sat; and the whole mul35 16 A 16 good man out of the good trea- titude stood on the shore. sure B of the heart B bringeth forth good 3 And he spake many things unto them things: and 16 an 16 evil man ont of the in parables, saying, . Behold, lal sower d Luke 8. 5. evil treasure bringeth forth evil things. went forth to sow; 36 But I say unto you, That every idle 4 And when he sowed, some seeds fell word that men shall speak, they shall by the way side, and the fowls came give account thereof in the day of judg- and devoured them up : ment.

5 Some fell upon stony places, where 37 For by thy words thou shalt be justi. | they had not much earth : and forth. fied, and by thy words thou shalt be with they sprung up, because they had condemned.

no deepness of earth : Wat 11.

38 Then certain of the scribes and 6 And when the sun was up, they were
of tho Pharisees B answered B, saying, scorched; and because they had no root,
!? Master 17, we would see a sign from they withered away.

7 And some fell among " thorns?; and 1

39 But he answered and said unto them, the thoms sprung up, and choked them : leel. 57. 3. An evil and adulterous generation seek- 8 But other fell into 3 good ground 3, Mara 3.22

eth after & sign; and there shall no sign and bronght forth fruit, some can * hunGen. 26,
be given to it, but the sign of the pro- dredfold", some 5 sixtyfolds, some thirty.
pbet Jonas :

40 For as Jonas was three days and 9 / Who hath ears B to hear B, let him ch. 11. 15.
three nights in the whale's belly; 80

Mark 1. 9. shall the Son of man be three days and 10 And the disciples came, and said nn. three nights in the heart of the earth. to him, Why speakest thou unto them 41 The men of Nineveh shall rise in in parables ?

judgment with this generation, and "shall 11 He answered and said unto them, See Jer. 3 condemn it: because they repented at Because 9 it is given unto you to know 9 ch. 11. 25.

* 16. 17. link, 1951, the preaching of Jonas ; and, behold, 18 a the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven,

Mark 1. 11. greater than Jonas is here 18

but to them it is not given. 42 - The queen of the south shall rise 12 A For whosoever hath, to him shall 1 John 2.27. stab 13. up in the judgment with this genera- be given, and he shall have

more Ach. 25. 29. tion, and shall condemn it: for she came bundance: but whosoever hath not, from Mark 1. 25. Chr. 2.. from the attermost parts of the earth to him shall be taken away even that he

& 19. 26. rike 113 hear the wisdom of Solomon; and, be bath.

bold, is a greater than Solomon is here is. 13 Therefore speak I to them in paralake 11.

43 19* When 19 the unclean spirit is gone bles: because they seeing see not; and
out of a man, 20, he 20 walketh through dry hearing they hear not, neither do they
places, seeking rest, and findeth none. understand.

41 Then 20 he 20 saith, I will return into 14 And in them ? is fulfilled ? the pro-
my house from whence I came out; and phecy of Esaias, which saith, By hearing 1 Isai. 6. 9.

Ezek. 12. 2. when 20 he 2) is come, 20 he 20 findeth it ye shall bear, and shall not understand ;

Mark 4. 12, empty, swept, and garnished. and seeing yo shall see, and shall not

Luke 8. 10. 15 Then goeth 20 he 20, and taketh with perceive :

John 12. 40. 2! himself 21 seven other spirits more wick.

Acts 28. 26, 15 For this people's heart is waxed ed than 21 himself 21, and they enter in gross, and their ears kare dull of hear

Rom. 11.8. Inte, 6.4. and dwell there : pand the last state of ing, and their eyes they have closed ; 2 Cor. 3. 14,

that man 22 is "2 worse than the first. lest at any time they should see with 15.
Even so shall it be also unto this wicked their eyes, and hear with their ears, and 4 llebr. 5,


should understand with their heart, and

should be converted, and BI should ß VAR, REXD.--I V. 29. the. —15 P. 34. brood. heal them. V. 35. The. —-17 v. 38. i.e. Teacher.

18 V:. 41, there is more than Jonas here 11. Be. Me. Mel. VAR. Rexp.-Chap. 13. IV. 3. Lit. the. 2 V. 7. - F. 43. Bnt when.--20 V8. 43–45. it. 21 V. 45. the thorns. 37. 8. the good ground.

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dred De W. — 5 sixty. 8thirty.

----7V. 14. is VAR. READ. V. 29. B SO B C, AI. La, Tr. We. WH.; being fulfilled Al. Be. * continuing sentence from except') RD, Ti. Mol. VAR. READ.- V. 47. B So MCD, Vulg. and most 17.81. B SO NCD, La. Ti. Tr. wel, we. WH?; Verxions, la. Ti. Tr. Mol. Wel; omit X* BL, Cur. Ti.2 to you, even unto men B, All w1.2. y So CD. We; WH. doubly bracket. -Chap. 13. V. 9. B So 1: mait NB, La. Ti. Tr. Yet, We. Wi-v. S5. B C D'A; omit X B, Al. Ti. Mol. We. wh.--v. 15. B UNBC DA, Edd. - V. 38. B answered him so A*(then) I will (or perhaps as text) x B C D,

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