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Parable of the tares,


and of the hidden treasure. Anno 16 But ' blessed are your eyes, for they 85 That it might be fulfilled which was DOMINI

see : _and your ears, for they hear. spoken by the prophet, saying, I will DOMINI 31. 17 For verily I say unto you,

* That open

my month in parables ; I will Ich 16. 17.

many prophets and righteous men have utter things which have been kept secret Luke 10 23, desired to see those things which ye see, from the foundation Bof the world B.

RX6 and have not seen them ; and to hear 36 Then Jesus sent the multitude away, John 20. 27. those things which ye hear, and have not and went into the house : and his disci. Hebr. 11. heard them.

ples came unto him, saying, B Declare B 13 Hear ye therefore the parable of unto us the parable of the tares of the

Co L2 1 Pet. 1. 10, 11. the sower.

field. ► Mack 4. 19 When any one heareth the word of 37 He answered and said unto them,

the kingdom, and understandeth it not, He that soweth the good seed is the Lake 8. 11. then cometh the wicked one, and catch- Son of man ; och. 1. 23,

eth away that which was SOWI in his 38 The field is the world ; the good luck tik heart. This is he which s received seeds seed are the children of the kingdom :

Mark 16.15 by the way side.

but the 13 tares 13 are the children of 20 But he that 8 received the seed & into the wicked one ;

Luke stony places, the same is he that hear. 39 The enemy that sowed them is the plni. 59. 2. eth the word, and anon o p with joy devil ; the harvest is the end of the Elek, 33.31, receiveth it;

15 world 15 ; and the reapers are the 21 Yet hath he not root in himself, but angels. Joha 5. 35.

Arti Ya 10 dureth for a while 10: for when tribu. 40 As therefore the tares are gathered

lation or persecution ariseth because of and burned in the fire ; so shall is be deeld. 13 och. 11. 6. the word, h by and by 11 4 he is offended. in the end of ß this B 15 world 15.


Be.15 22 'He also that received seed 8 .among 41 The Son of man shall gend forth

the thorns is he that heareth the word : his angels, and they shall gather out in Mark 10 23.

and the care 12 of B this world 12, and the of his kingdom all things that offend, Luke 1 24. 1 Tim. 69.

deceitfulness of riches, choke the word, and them which do iniquity; 2 Tim. 4. 10. and he becometh unfruitful.

42 And shall cast them into a furnace chann Jer. 4. 3. 23 But he that sreceived seed & into the of fire : there shall be 16 wailing and

good ground is he that heareth the gnashing 16 of teeth.
word, and understandeth it; which also 43 Then shall the righteous shine forth cho
beareth fruit, and bringeth forth, some as the sun in the kingdom of their Fa-
an hundredfold, some sixty, some thirty. ther. i Who hath ears B to hear B, let

24 Another parable put he forth unto him hear.
them, saying, The kingdom of heaven is 44 CB Again B, the kingdom of heaven is
likened unto a man which sowed good like unto treasure hid in a field the
seed in his field :

which when man hath found, he
23 But while men slept, his enemy came bideth, and for joy thereof goeth and
and B sowed B 13 tares 13 among the wheat, * selleth all that he hath, and 'buyeth P. 2:.
and went his way.

that field.
26 But when the blade was spring up, 45 Again, the kingdom of hearen is
and brought forth fruit, then appeared like unto merchant man, seeking
the 13 tares 13 also.

goodly pearls :
27 So the servants of the householder 46 Who, when he had found *one pearl
came and said unto him, Sir, didst not of great price, went and sold all that he
thou sow good seed in thy field ? from had, and bought it.
whence then hath it 13 tares 13 ?

47 S Again, the kingdom of heaven is
29 He said unto them, An enemy hath like unto a net, that was cast into the
done this. The servants said unto him, sea, and " gathered of every kind :
Wilt thou then that we go and gather 45 Which, when it was full, they drew to
them up ?

shore, and sat down, and gathered the
29 But he said, Nav; lest while ye good into vessels, but cast the bad away.
gather up the 13 tares 13, ye root up also 19 So shall it be at the end of the
the wheat with them.

15 world 15: the angels shall come forth. 80 Let both grow together until the and sever the wicked from among the base harvest: and in the time of harvest I just, will say to the reapers, Gather ye to. 50 p And shall cast them into the fir- rer

.. gether first the 13 tares 13, and bind them nace of fire : there shall be 16 waiting I eh. 3. 22. in bundles to burn them : but 'gather and gnashing 16 of teeth. the wheat into iny barn.

51 B Jesus saith unto them , Hare ye Isai. 9. 2,

31 Another parable put he forth unto understood all these things? They say Micah 4.1. them, saying, “The kingdom of heaven unto him, Yea, y Lord y. Mars . 30, is like to a grain of mustard seed, which 52 Then said he unto them, Therefore

a man took, and sowed in his field : Luke 13.18,



every scribe which is Binstructed unto 8 32 Which indeed is the least of all the kingdom of heaven is like unto a » Luke 13.

seeds : but when it is grown, it is the man that is an householder, which bring.

greatest among herbs, and becometh a eth forth out of his treasure things new Cart : 1 + The word tree, so that the birds of the air come and old. and lodge in the branches thereof.

53 (And it came to pass, that when Greek is

53 f Another parable spake he unto Jesus had finished these parables, he deCouting

them; The kingdom of heaven is like parted thence. ab uut a peed unto learen, which a woman took, and 54 And when he was come into his ch.13 and a half. hid in three lit measures of meal, till own country, he taught then in their the whole was leavened.

synagogue, insomuch that they were as In a pint. 34 y All these things spake Jesus unto tonished, and said, Whence hath this y Mart the multitude in parables ; and without 33, 34, a parable spake he not unto them :

VAR. REND.–15 V8, 39, 40, 49. More strictly world

age. 16 V:. 42, 50. the (i.e, the great) failing sad VAR. REND.-SV. 19, 20, 22, 23. So Mcl.; was sown gnashing. 41. Be. De W. L, -9 v. 20. i.e. immediately. VAR. READ. - V. 85. B Not erpressed in the heat 10 V. 21. is changeable according to the times Al. JISS. V. 36. 8 So Tell us) Ne CD, T11; Explain -lie, immediately.--- 12 F. 22. Lit. of this world. N* B, La. Ty. cl. We. WH.-Y. 1. B So che age, as opposed to the age of the Messiah. 13 Vr. 25 NBD, Edd. — V. 48. B SO ODL, La Trib: --7, 29, 30, 38. darnels Ycl.- IV. 33. More strictly omit * B, La TrTi. Jel. We. WH. — T. 4. B. pecks Li

So C A, Lail; omit N* BD, Al. Ti. Tr. Yol TE VAR. READ.-V. 99. B So NC; the NBD, Edd, WH.-V. 51. B So CA; omit NBD, Eid YS -V. 25. B sowed besides (over-sowed Mcl. Da.) C4 omit NBD, Edd. V. 59. ß made a disciple * B, Iren. Orig., Edd.

of N B C, T. Tr. !!!. . .


20), &c.

in the


John the Baptist beheaded.


Jesus walleth on the sea. Anno

this wisdom, and these mighty they may go into the villages, and buy Anno DOMINI works?

themselves victuals.


32 55 Is not this the carpenter's son ? 16 But Jesus said unto them, They need Irai. 49.7.

is not bis mother called Mary and his not depart; give ye them to eat. Mart 6.3 17 brethren 17, James, and B Joses B, and 17 And they say unto him, We have Luke 3. 23. Simon, and Judas ?

here but five loaves, and two fishes. Jobs . 11.

56 And his 17 sisters 17, are they not all 18 He said, Bring them hither to me. i et, le, 16. with us? Whence then hath this man all 19 And he commanded the multitude Mark 15. these things ?

to sit down on the grass, and took the 57 And they 18 * were offended in 18 him. five loaves, and the two fishes, and look. sch. 11. 6. Mark 6 3,4,

But Jesus said unto them, A prophet ing up to heaven, "he blessed 6, and brake, Ach. 15. 36. yake ...

is not without honour, save in his own and gave the loaves to his disciples, and Joh 1. 4. country, and in his own house.

the disciples to the multitude. : Merk 6.S, 58 And · he did not many mighty works 20 And they did all eat, and were filled : there because of their unbelief.

and they took up of the fragments that

remained twelve baskets full. CHAPTER 14.

21 And they that had eaten were about
I Herodos opinion of Christ. 3 Wherefore John five thousand men, beside women and

Baptist was beheaded. 13 Jesus departeth into children.
a desert place: 15 where he feedeth fire thou.
sand men teith five lories and two fishes : 22

22 And B straightway ß Jesus constrain-
he walketh on the sea to his discipki: 31 and ed his disciples to get into yay ship,
landing at Gennessref, healeth the sick by the and to go beiore him unto the other side,
touch of the hem of his garnient.

while he sent the multitudes away. A D. 32 T that time a Herod the tetrarch heard ATththe fame of Jesus,

23 And when he had sent the mul- i Mark 6. 16. beginning

titudes away, he went

up into 7 a 7 Yari 6.14 Luke 9.7.

2 And said unto his servants, This is mountain apart to pray : * and when the John 6.16. John the Baptist; B he ß is risen from evening was come, he was there alone.

the dead; and therefore I mighty works 24 But the ship was now in the inidst 1 OT, ar do shew forth themselves 1 in him. of the sea B, tossed with waves : for the

S9 For Herod had laid hold on John, wind was contrary.

and bound him, and ß put him ß in prison for 25 And in the fourth watch A D. 30.

of the Mark 6.17. Herodias' sake, his brother Philip's ywife. night B Jesus went ß unto them, walking Luke . 19,

4 For John 2 said unto It is not on the sea.
lawful for thee to have her.

26 And when the disciples saw him 'walk- Job 9.8. e Lev. 18. 16. 5 And when he would have put him to ing on the sea, they were troubled, Bay

death, he feared the multitude, á because ing, It is a spirit; and they cried out for do 21. 26. they counted him as a prophet.

fear. Lake 20.6

6 But when Herod's birthday was kept, 27 But straightway Jesus spake unto 1 Gr. to the the daughter of Herodias danced † before them, saying, Be of good cheer; it is I; them, and pleased Herod.

be not afraid.
7 Whereupon he promised with an oath 28 And Peter answered him and said,
to give her whatsoever she would ask. Lord, if it be thou, bid me come unto
8 And she, being s before instructed 3 of thee on the water.
her mother, said, Give me here John 29 And he said, Come. And when Peter
Baptist's head in a charger.

was come down out of the ship, he walk-
9 And the king was sorry: neverthelessed on the water, B to go to Jesus.
for the oath's sake, and them which sat 30 But when he saw the wind B bois. Or, strong
with him at meat, he commanded it to terous B, he was afraid ; and beginning to
be given her.

sink, he cried, saying, Lord, save me.
10 And he sent, and beheaded John in 31 And immediately Jesus stretched forth
the prison.

his hand, and caught him, and said unto
11 And his head

bronght in a him, I thou of little faith, wherefore didst
charger, and given to the damsel : and thou doubt?
she brought it to her mother.

32 And when they were come into the
12 And his disciples came, and took up ship, the wind ceased.
the B body B, and buried yity, and went 33" Then they that

were in the

ship and told Jesus.

came and worshipped him, sayiug, or A. D. 32 13 9 : When Jesus heard of it, he de a truth * thou art the Son of God.

* Ps. 2.7

eh. 16. 16. cet. 10. 23.

parted thence by ship into a desert place 31 1 * And when they were gore over, & 26. 03. $ 12. 13. Yuk& 89. apart: and when the people had heard they came B into the land of Genne Mark 1.). Like %. 10. thereof, they followed him on foot out of saret B.

Luke 4. 41

John 1. 49. Jean 6.1.2 the cities.

35 And when the men of that place had

& 6 69. 14 And Jesus went forth, and saw a knowledge of him, they sent out into

&11.27. leh. 9. 36. great multitude, and f was moved with all that country round about, and brought Acta B. 37 Mark 6. 34. compassion toward them, and he healed unto him all that were diseased ;

Rom. 1. 4. their sick,

36 And besonght him that they might n Mark 6.63. Mart 6.35. 15 ¢ . And when it was evening, his dis only touch the 8 hem of his

och. 9. 20.

garment : i uke 9. 12.



Mark 3.10 Jobs & 5.

ciples came to him, saying, This is a and, as many as touched were made per Like 6. 19 desert place, and Sthe time is now fectly whole.

Acts 19. 12 pasts; send B the multitude away, that

CHAPTER 15. Tar RexD.-17 Vs. 55, 56. i.e. children of Joseph 3 Christ reproveth the scribes and Pharisees for by a former wife Clem. Alex. Orig. Euseo. Hil., Li.; trunsgressing God's cum mandments through


traditions : 11 tcacheth hote that children of Joseph and Mary Helvidius Tert., Me. st.

which gocth into the mouth dots mot denie 41. Yel. Farrar ; children of Clopas and Mary, the

2 ne healeth the daughter of the sister of our Lord's mother, and cousins of our Lord woman of Canaan, 30 and other great mulJer, Aug., Wo. El. 18 V. 57. stumbled at.-Chap. 14.

1. the mighty powers work Me. Mc. - V. 4. VAR. REND.-6 V. 19. blessed God aloud.-_7 V. 23. used to say. * V.8. put forward Li. i prompted the & V. 36. fringe or tassel. Nucl. * V. 14. having gone forth. 5

VAR. READ. – V. 29. B Omit ** C*, Ti. Ire. WII.? time (of the day) is now late 41. De W.

y So B, Tr. WH.; the NCD, Ti. We. Mcl.VAR. READ.-V. 55. ß SO 4; Joseph N B C, Edd. V. 24. B Sox CE, OL. Vulg., La. Ti. Jcl. ; many Chap. 14. V. 2. B So C; he himself NB DA, Edd. furlongs distant from the land B, Pexh. V. 3. B So CA; put him away ** B*. Al. La. Ti. Memph. (nearly), Tr. We. WH. V. 25. B he came Tr. We. Wi-YSON BCA, La. Ti. Tr. We. Mol. X B, Edd. — V. 29. B So D L A, La. Tr. 11.2 ;

1. ; brother's D, Vulg., Al. - V. 12. B corpse and came B C*ri. Ti. Mcl. We, WH.! I'. 30. B XBČD, EU. —'y so X CD, lal; him **B, So B2C D, La. Tr. Mcl.; omit X B*, Ti. Ite. H. Ti. Tr. cl. We. W11.---V. 15. B So BDA, La. Mol. - V. 34. B to land at Gennesaret NBD, Ti. Tr. WH.; therefore send XC, A1.1 Tr. Ti. We.

Mcl. We. WH.





The Pharisees reproved.

ST. MATTHEW, 15, 16. Christ healeth great maltitudes Anno titudes : 32 and with seven loaves and a fere 23 But he answered her not a word. DOMINI little fishes feedeth four thousand men,

And his disciples came and besocglut

DOMISI sido romen and children.

him, saying, Send her away; for she a Mark 7. 1.


HEN Be came to Jesus scribes and crieth after us.

Pharisees, which were of Jerusalem B, 24 But he answered and said, I 24 saying,

not sent but unto the lost sheep of the Mark 7. 5. 2 Why do thy disciples, transgress house of Israel. c Col. 2. 8, c the tradition of the elders ip for they 25 Then came she and worshipped him,

wash not their hands when they eat bread. saying, Lord, help me.

3 But he answered and said unto them, 26 But he answered and said, It is not
Why do ye also transgress

the command. B meet to take the children's' bread, and
ment of God 2 by 2 your tradition ?
to cast it to 'dogs.

sel & Ex. 20. 12. 4 For God B commanded, saying B, Ho. 27 And she said, Truth, Lord : Syets Fhai i 2. Lev. 19. 3.

nour thy father and mother; and, Ho the dogs, eat of the crumbs which a Deut. 5. 16. Prov. 23.22.

that curseth father or mother, let him from their_masters' table. Ephes. 6.2. die the death.

28 Then Jesus answered and said unto E.. 21. 17. 5 But ye say, Whosoever shall say to her, Owoman, great is thy faith: be in Lev. 20. 9. his father or his mother, I It is a gift, unto thee even as thou wilt. And her Prov. 20. 20. 3 hy whatsoever thou mightest be profited danghter was made whole from that & 30. 17. by me 3:

very hour. Mark 7.11, 6 B And honour not his father B or y his 29 y And Jesus departed from thenee, Net. 12.

mother y, he shall be free. Thus have ye and came nigh unto the sea of Galileo; made the commandment 8 of God of and went up into a monntain, and sa: se none effect 2 by 2 your tradition.

down there. 9 Mark 7. C. 7 Ye 9 hypocrites, well did Esaias pro- 30 « And great multitudes came into 'ale. phesy of you, saying,

him, having with them those that rete Isai. 29.

8 This people ß draweth nigh unto me lame, blind, dumb, maimed, and many Ezek. 33.31.

with their mouth, and ß honoureth ine others, and cast them down at Jesus'
with their lips; but their heart is far feet; and he healed them :
from me.

31 Insomuch that the ß multitude B won-
9 But in vain they do worship me, dered, when they SAW the dumb
i Inzi. 99. 13. i teaching for doctrines the command speak, ythe maimed to be wholey, the
Col. 2. 18-
ments of men.

lame to walk, and the blind to see and 22. Titus 1. 14.

10 * And he called the multitude, and they glorified the God of Israel. * Mark7.14. said unto them, Hear, and understand : 32 Then Jesus called his disciples • Veil I Acts 10. 15. 11 Not that which goeth into the mouth unto him, and said, I have compassion

Rom. 14.14, defileth a man; but that which cometh on the multitude, because they continue 17, 20.

out of the mouth, this defileth a man. with me now three dave, and
1 Tim. 4. 4.
Titus l. 15.

12 Then came his disciples, and said un- nothing to eat: and I will not send them
to him, Knowest thou that the Pharisees away fasting, lest they faint in the way.

were offended, after they heard this saying? 33 · And his disciples say unto mm John 15.2. 13 But he answered and said, m Every Whence should we have so much brescia Cor.3. 12, plant, which my heavenly Father hath in the wilderness, as to fill so great s not planted, shall be rooted up.

multitude ? 11ni. 9, 16. 14 Let them alone : "they be blind lead- 34 And Jesus saith unto thein, Hox Mal. 2. 8.

ers of the blind. And if the blind lead many loaves have ye? And they said, ch. 23. 16. Luke 6. 39. the blind, both shall fall into the ditch. Seven, and a few little fishes. o Mark 7.17.

15 • Then answered Peter and said un- 35 And he commanded the multitade

to him, Declare unto us this parable. to sit down on the ground. p ch. 16. 9. 16 And Jesus said, P Are ye also yet 36 And dhe took the seven lonres and des ** Mark 7. 18. without understanding?

the fishes, and gave thanks, and brake Sus Do not ye B yet B understand, that them, and gave to his disciples, ile Sl Cor, 6.

9 whatsoever entereth in at the mouth disciples to the ß multitude ş.
goeth into the belly, and is cast out into 37 And they did all eat, and were filled
the draught?

and they took up of the broken James 3. 6. 18 But 'those things which proceed out that was left seren 6 baskets 6 full.

of the mouth come forth from the heart; 39 And they that did eat were four thoa.
and they defile the man.

sand men, beside women and children. s Gen. 6, s. 19 'For out of the heart proceed evil 39 | And he sent away the multitude, ' (SA Prov. 6. 14.

thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornica. and took ship, and came into the coasts Jer. 17.9. tions, thefts, false witness, blasphemies : of B Magdala B. Mark 7. 21. 20 These are the things which defile a man: but to eat with unwashen bands

CHAPTER 16. detileth not a man.

1 The Pharisees require a sign. 6 Jestus sparenti Mark 7.24. 21 "Then Jesus went thence, and de.

his disciples of the learen of the l'ha ritory and

Sadduceea 13 The people's opinion of Christ, is parted into the coasts * of Tyre and and Peter's confession of him. 21 Jesus forystre Sidon.

eth his death, 3 reproring Peter for datin 22 And, behold, a woman of Canaan came him from it: 24 and admonisheth those taat out of the same coasts *, and cried un

will follow him, to bear the crus

THE « Pharisees also with the Saddurees Lord, ihou son of David ; my daughter is came, and tempting desired him tha: grievously vexed with a devil.

he would shew them a sign from heaven.

2 He answered and said unto ther., VAR. REND.--Chap. 15. 16. 2. the ancients Al. Be. B When it is evening, se say, it will be De W. Jc.-? V8, 3, 6. for the sake of.-37. 5. 1.c. fair weather : for the sky is red. thou shalt not be profited (by a Hebrew idiom) Ycl.

3 And in the morning. It will be foul - Vr. 21, 22. borders.

weather to day: for the sky is red and VAR. READ.--Chap. 15. v. 1. B So C A, Al. ; came to Jesus from Jerusalem scribes and Pharisees VAR. REND.-5 T. 27. for eren AL-ST. $.us NBD, La, Ti. Tr. Mcl. We. WH. - V. 4. B So niers (a large basket) yol. N* CLA, Ti.; said BD, La. Tr. Mol. We. WH. VAR. READ.-V. 26. B SO X BCA, Tr. Ya. FF V. 6. B So A, A1. (ucho translates.... he is free. And lawful D, Al. La, Ti. 8 So XCDA such an one will not honour his father or his mo- We. WH'; multitudes BEL, Tr. Ma. E ther); he shall not honour his father x B C D, La. y Omit , Memph, Cur. OL. Trig., MelThor Ti. Tr. Mol. We. W11. So CA, All Ti. Tr. Mcl. Tracket, V. 36. B multitudes NBL, Ti. T.?" We.; omit n'B D. La. wil 8 So A; law X* C, AI. We. WII. —- V. 39.' B So 4; Magadan XBD, Ti. We; word na BD, la. Tr. Mcl. WI. - V. 8. B Ch. 16. P. 2, 3. BSO CD, OLT SO CA; omit X B D, Edd.- V. 17. B Omit B DŹ, Jemph. Pesh., la! Til All we. Md. (ent; Edd.

NB, Cur., La.. 7.2 A1,"; Wi. doubiy brziet.

saying, THE

Peter confesseth Christ.


Christ's transfiguration. Anno

lowring. y. ye hypocrites y, ye can dis 21 . From that time forth began Jesus Anno DON INI

cern the face of the sky; but can ye to 'shew unto his disciples, how that DOMINI

not discern the signs of the times B? he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer cha. 12. 29. 4 A wicked and adulterous generation many things of the elders and chief . ch. 20. 17. seeketh after a sign; and there shall no priests and scribes, and be killed, and

Mark 6. 31. sizn be given unto it, but the sign of be raised again the third day.

& 9. 31.

& 10. 33. Bthe prophet B Jonas. And he left them, 22 Then Peter took him, and began to

Luke 9. 22. and departed.

rebuke him, saying, 9+ Be it far from & 18. 31. • Mark 8. 14. 5 And when his disciples were come to theo', Lord : this shall not be unto & 24. 6, 7. the other side, they had forgotten to thee.

1 Gr. Pity take bread. 23 But he turned, and said unto Peter, See 2 Sam.

thyself. d Luke 12. 1. 6 4 Then Jesus said unto them, "Take Get thee behind me, "Satan : 'thou art 19. 22. heed and beware of the leaven of the 10 an offence unto me 10for thon 8a

1 Rom. 8. 7. Pharisees and of the Sadducees. yourest'l not the things that be of God, ch. 10. 38.

Mark 8. 34. 7 And they reasoned among themselvos, but those that be of men.

Luke 9. 23. saying, It is because we have taken no 24 I - Then said Jesus unto his disci. & 14. 97. brend. ples, If any man 12 will 12 come after me,

Acts 14. 29

1 Thess.33. 8 Which when Jesus perceived, he said let him deny himself, and take up his

9 Tim. 312 unto them, o ye of little faith, why cross, and follow me.

I Lk. 17. 33 reason ye among yourselves, because yo 25 For 'whosoever 19 will 12 caro his life John 12.25 B have brought ß no bread ? shall lose it ; and whosoever 13 will lose 13 y Ps. 19.7. 8.

ch. 26. 64. . ch. 14. 17. 9. Do ye not yet understand, neither his life for my sake shall find it.

Mark 8. 38. joba 6.9. remember the five loaves of the five thou. 26 For B what is a man profited ß, if he Luke 9. 26.

kand, and how many baskets ye took up ? shall gain the whole world, and 11 lose 14 a Dan. 7. 10 Ich. 15. 34. 10 Neither the seven loaves of the his own 15 soul 15? or ywhat sball a man

Zech. 14. 5.

ch. 25. 31. four thousand, and how many ? baskets 2 give 16 in exchange 16 for his 13 soul 15 ? Jude 14. ye took up?

27 For 'the Son of man shall come in Job 34. u. 11 How is it that ye do not understand the glory of his father with his angels ; Ps. 69. 12

Prov. 24. 12 that I spake it not to you concerning and then he shall reward every man

Jer. 17. 10. B bread, that ye should beware B of the according to his 17 works 17.

& 39. 9. leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sad 28 Verily I say unto you, « There be Rom. 2. 6. ducees? some 18 standing is here, which shall not 1 Cor. 3. 8.

2 Cor. 5. 10. 12 Then understood they how that he taste of death, till they see the Son of

1 Pet. 1.17 bade them not beware of the leaven B of man coming in his kingdom.

Rev. 2. 23. bread B, but of the doctrine of the Phari.


& 99. 12, sees and of the Sadducees.

Mark 9. 1. 1 The transfiguration of Christ, 14 fe healeth the

Luke 9. 27. 13 G When Jesus came into the scoasts 3 lunatick, * furcielleth his own passion, 24 and of Cæsarea Philippi, he asked his disci payeth tribuie.

a Mark 9. 2. Luk 9. 19, I the Son of am ß ?

Jamesand his brother, and Luke 9. 28. Ah, 14. 2 luke 9.7%) art John the Baptist: some, Elias; and tain apart,

14 And they said, "Some say that thou bringeth them up into an high moun9. ich. 14. 93.

others, Jeremias, or one of the prophets. 2 And was transfigured before them : Mark 8. 99. 15 He saith unto them, But whom say and his face did shine as the sun, and Luke 2. 20. ye that I am ?

his raiment was white as the light. John 6. 6.

16 And Simon Peter answered and said, & 11. 27.

3 And, behold, there appeared unto them Thou art the Christ, the Son of the Moses and Elias talking with him. & 9. 29. living God.

4 Then answered Peter, and said unto Hebr. 1.2, 17 And Jerns answered and said unto Jesus, Lord, it is good for us to be l

thou, him, Blessed art 1 Jaha JS.

Simon Bar- here : if thou wilt, Blet us make ß here & 5.5.

jona * : * for flesh and blood hath not three 2 tabernacles? ; ne for thee, and Ephes. 2.& revealed it unto thee, but my Father one for Moses, and one for Elias. Il cor. 2 19. which is in heaven.

5. While he yet spake, behold, a bright 2 Peter 1. Gal. 1. 16. 18 And I say

also unto thee, That cloud overshadowed them: and' behold a 17. - Joba 1. 12. * thou art Peter, and "upon 5 this rock 5 voice out of the cloud, which said, This ech. 3. 17.

Mark I. 11. Epbes. 2. I will build my church; and the gates is my beloved Son, in whom I am well

Luke 3. 22 of 6 hell 6 shall not prevail against it. Ret, 31. 14.

pleased į "hear ye him.

dlaai. 42. 1. 19 P And I will give unto thee the keys 61 And when the disciples heard it, they e Deut. 18. Job 32. 17. Ps. 9. 13.

of the kingdom of heaven: and whatso- fell on their face, and were sore afraid. 15. 19. 107. 13. ever thou shalt 7 bind 7 on earth shall 7 And Jesus came and ytouched them, Acts 3. 22, Isse. 33. 10. be bound in heaven : and whatsoever and said, Arise, and be not afraid.

23. eh. 18. 19. thou shalt & loose 8 on earth shall be Joha 20.23. loosed in heaven.

8 And when they had lifted up their 1 2 Pet. 1. 18. eyes, they saw no man, save Jesus only, 9 Dan. 8. 18.

9.21. yeh. 17.9. 20 . Then charged he his disciples that 9 And as they came down from the

& 10. 10,8 Mark 8. 30

they should tell no man that he was monntain, * Jesus charged them, saying, 1 ch. 16. 20. Lake 9. 21. B Jesus B the Christ. Tell the vision to no man, until the

Mark 8. 30.

& 9.9.

Son of man be Brisen again B froin the VAR. REND.-Chap. 16. IV. 5. forgot. 2 V. 10. dead. panniers (large baskets as distinguished from the 10 And his disciples asked him, saying. Mal. 4. 5.

ch. 11. 14. smaller kind mentioned in the last terse) Mcl. Why then say the scribes that Elias

Mark 9. 3 V. 13. parts. * V. 17. i.e. Son of Jona (see John 1. 42, must first come ?

* Mal 4.6 Var. Read.) Li. — SV. 18. i.e. Peter himself Be. Me. 11 And Jesus answered and said unto

Luke 1. 16, De W. St. Al. Roman Catholic commentators ; i.e. Christ them, Elias truly shall B first ß come, and 17. Aug., Wo.; i.e. the faith of Peter's confession Chrys., restore all things.

Acts 3. 21. Ois. Eu. Yel. There is a play upon the words Petros (Peter) and Petra (Rock) in the Greck.-6 v. 18. Hades VAR. REND.-IV. 22. (God) be gracious to thee (ie, the world of the dead). -7 v. 19. i.e. impore re- Be. De IV. ---- 10V. 23. my stumbling-block.

11 mind. straints. - i.e. remove restraints Me. De W. Bl. Mol.; est, (as Rom. 8. 5). 12 V. 24, 25. desires to. Chrya. and othere refer to absolution from sin.

13 shall lose (or, shall have lost). li V. 26. i.e. for. VAR. READ. - V. 3. y Omit C D A, Al. La. Ti. feit (as in Luke 9., 25). 15 life Al. Mol. (same word Tr. We. WH. - V. 4. B SoCA; omit x B D, as in v. 25).

ransom 11. De TV. Me. Edd. - V. 8. B have XBD, La. We. WH. 17 V, 27. work. 18 V. 28. of them that stand. V. 11. B So A; bread ? But beware XB C#Al. La. Chap. 17. IV. 4. well for thee that we are Me. Ti. Tr. We. WA. (when I said Beware Mcl.) 2 tents. V. 12. ß So NB, Al. La. Tr.; of the Pharisees and VAR. READ. - V. 26. B shall a man he profited of the Sadducees N*, Ti. - V. 13. B So DA, Al. NBL, Edd. -- Chap. 17. V. 4. B So 03 DA, Tr.;

Who do men say the Son of man is ? À B, I will make x B C*, Al. La. Ti. Mel. We. WH. Ti. Ir. Mol. We. Wh. – V. 20 B So NC; omit v. 9. B SO NC; raised (more lit. awakened) BD, ** BA, Edd.

Edd. – V. 11. B So CA; omit N B D, Edd.

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I shall also the Ich. 11, 14.

2 And Jesus called a little child unto him, Xxk2. Mark 9. 12, Son of man suffer of them.

and set him in the midst of them, 13.

13. Then the disciples understood that 3 And said, Verily I say unto you, Ex- luke 1. £. meh. 14. 3, he spake unto them of John the cept ye be converted, and become 85 10. Baptist.

little children, ye shall not enter into * ch. 16. 21.

149 P And when they were come to the the kingdom of heaven. och. 11. 14.

multitude, there came to him a certain 4 Whosoever therefore shall humble ! Lee p Mark 9. man, kneeling down to him, and saying, himself as this little child, the same!

Fat L1 Luke 9. 37.

15 Lord, bare mercy on my son : for is greatest in the kingdom of heart..!
he is lunatick, and B sore vexed B: for 5 And whoso shall receive

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one such ofttimes he falleth into the fire, and oft little child 3 in my name 3 receiveth me. De into the water.

6 . But whoso shall * offend. one of these luke 16 And I brought him to thy disciples, little ones which believe in me, it were e Noise and they could not cure him.

better for him that a 5 millstone 5 were Lue , 17 Then Jesus answered and said, 0 hanged about his neck, and that he faithless and perverse generation, how were drowned in the depth of the sea long shall I be with you how long shall 7 Woe unto the world becanse ct I suffer yon ? bring him hither to me. 6 offences 6! for it must needs be that Lakit 18 And Jesus rebuked the devil; and 6 offences 6 come; but , woe to that man

IG he departed out of him: and the child by whom the 7 ofience? cometh ! was cured from that very hour.

☆ " Wherefore if thy hand or thy foot Art ..., 19 Then came the disciples to Jesus a- B offend thee , cut them ß off, and east part, and said, Why could not we cast them from thee: it is better for thee to

Mull him out?

enter into life halt or maimed, rather 20 And Jesus said unto them, Because than having two hands or two feet to

of your Bunbelief B: for verily I say un. be cast into everlasting fire. ach. 21. 21. to you, 1 If ye have faith as a grain of 9 And if thine eye sotřend thee, plack Mark 11.23. mustard seed, ye shall say unto this it ont, and cast it from thee: it is bet. Luke 17.6. 1 Cor. 12.9.

mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; ter for thee to enter into life with one & 13. 2.

and it shall remove ; and nothing shall eye, rather than having two eyes to be
be impossible unto you.

cast into hell fire.
21 B Howbeit this kind goeth not out 10 Take heed that ye despise not one
but by prayer and fasting B.

of these little ones; for I say into you, ch. 16. 21. 22 And while they Babode B in Ga. That in heaven their angelá do also in 54. & 20. 17.

lilee, Jesus said unto them, The Son of *behold the face of my Father whuch i Mark 8. 31. & 9, 30, 31. man shall be betrayed into the hands in heaven.

EL * 10. 33. of men :

11 B'For the Son of man is come to Luke 9. 22, 23 And they shall kill him, and the save that which was lost B.

third day he shall B be raised ß again. 12 m How think ye? if a man have an Leke 18. 31. & 24, 6, 7. And they were exceeding sorry.

hundred sheep, and one of them be gone Mark 9. 33.

24 | And when they were come to B Ca- astray, B doth he not leave the ninety Called in

pernaum ß, they that received 3 1 tribute and nine, and goeth into the moun.
money came to Peter, and said, Doth tains, and seeketh that which is

nal, di
not your master pay tributes ?

astray? drachma, 25 He saith, Yes. And when he was 13 And if so be that he find it, rerily being in value of

come into the house, Jesus prevented I say unto you, he rejoiceth more of teen pence: him, saying, What thinkest thou, Simon? that sheep, than of the ninety and nine See Ei, 30.

of whom do the kings of the earth take which went not. astray.,
& 38. 26.

custom or tribute to of their own chil- 14 Even so it is not the will of B Four B
dren, or of strangers ?

Father which is in heaven, that one of
26 Peter saith unto him, Of strangers. these little ones should perish.
Jesus saith unto him, Then are the chil- 15 [ Moreover * if thy brother shall 'ri!
dren free.

trespass B against thee B, go and tell himna Luci 27 Notwithstanding, lest we should 5 of his fault between thee and him alone: fend them 5.

go thou

to the sea, and if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained out cast an hook, and take up the fish that thy brother.

first cometh up; and when thou hast 16 But if he will not hear thee, then 1 Or, a opened his mouth, thou shalt find 6 a take with thee one or two more, that is stater. It piece of money 6: that take, and give un. P the mouth of two or three witnesses is ball an to them for me and thee.

every word ' may be established. silver, 10

17 And if he shall neglect to hear them, value 28. A. CHAPTER 18.

tell it unto the church: but if he neglect after 56. the 1 Christ trarneth his disciples to be humble and to hear the church, let him be unto theo

harmless: 7 to aroid fences, and not to de- as an 9 heathen man and a pablican.
spin the little ones: 15 teache'h how we are
to deal with our brethren, when they offend

18 Verily, I say unto you, Whatsoerer
us : 2 and how oft to forgive them :3 which ye shall bind on earth shall be bound
he setteth forth by a parall of the king, that in heaven: and whatsoever ye shall loose
took account of his seronts, 32 and punished on earth shall be loosed in heaven.
him, who shewed no mercy to his fellow.

19 · Again BI say ß unto you,

That if I læ4. two of you shall agree

on earth VaR. REND._3 V. 24. Lit. the two drachmas (poid by every Jero torcards the maintenance of the temple.) VaR. REND.- Chap. 18. Ir. l. Teater, T. S*V. 25. Not the same word as in the last rerse, the greater. —-IV. 5. for the sake of IT IS but properly a payment made by subject people to *V. 6. make to stumble. Lit. & their conquerorr. —-5V. 27. make them to stumble. worked by an ass, opposert to a hard #tlet

6 Lit. a stater four drachmas or three shillings. 61. 7. occasions of stumbling. VAR. READ,-V. 15. B So (suffers grievously) CDA, stumbling. 6 1's. 8. 9. make thee to standeTi. Mcl. We. WH2, is ill XB L, La. Ir. H. V. 16. natter De W. Ye.

- V. 20. B So CD, Yel. (errata); little faith X B, VAR. READ. - Chap. 18. v. 8. Bit XBDL 7? Al. La. Ti. Tr. We. WH. - V. 21. B Omit * B, --V. 11. B So DA; omit NBL Nemga. TA Cur. Memph. Theb., Ti. We. WH. ; retain B C D L, Edd. - V. 12. B will BL, La. Tr. te. H. OL. Vulg. Pesh., La. Mol. Tr. 1 -- v. 22. B so (rather v. 14. B SO N DL, OL. Vale. Car. Pest. In went to and fro) CD, &c.; were gathering them. WH.2; my BF, Memph. Theb., IA. Ir. va. selves into companies X B, Edd.---V. 29. B So more P. 15. B So D, T. c.; Oait 8 B, 41 La, T lit. awakened) NCD, T. Tr.; rise B, La, wh.2 TVе. WH. V, 19. B So 4, Ti; rerily I way & V. 24. B Capharnaum' (see on ch. 4. 13).

Al. La. Tr. Mol. We. WA.

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