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ST. JOHN, 20.
He appeareth to his disciple. Anno 33 But when they came to Jesus, and sepulchre weeping: and as she rept, she DOMINI
saw that he was dead already, they brake stooped down, and looked into the se- DOMINI not his legs :
at the feet, where the body of Jesus
he saith true, that ye B might believe. weepest thou ? She saith unto them,
himn. 87 And again another scripture saith, 14 "And when she had thus gaid, she a M 9 Ps. 22. 16, They shall look on him whom they turned herself back, and * 88w Jesus 17. pierced
standing, and knew not that Zech. 12.10.
38 F And after this Joseph of Arima Jesus. Rev. 1. 7. A Matt. 27.
thæn, being a disciple of Jesus, but se- 15 Jesus saith unto her, Woman, why
cretly for fear of the Jews, besought weepest thou ? whom seekest thoa : Sbe, Mark 15.42 Pilate that he might take away the supposing him to be the gardener, salth Luke 23.20. body of Jesus : and Pilate gave him leave. unto him, Sir, if thou have borne him i eh. 9. 22.
He came therefore, and took the body hence, tell me where thou hast laid him, & 12. 42. of Jesus.
and I will take him away. k eh. 3. 1, 2.
89 And there came also a Nicodemus, 16 Jesus saith unto her, Mary. She & 7. 50. which at the first came to Jesus by turned herself, and B saith unto hims,
night, and brought B mixture B of Rabboni; which is to say, “Master
for I am not yet ascended to smy B 40 Then took they the body of Jesus, Father: but go to *my brethren and I Acts 5. 6.
and 'wound it in linen 10 clothes 10 with say unto them, I ascend unto my Father.
and your God.
unto her. Isai. 53. 9.
* There laid they Jesus therefore 19 [ 1. Then 1 7 the same day? at eren* Ver. 31.
.YEK * because of the Jews' preparation day; ing, being the first day of the reek, for the sepulchre was nigh at hand. when the doors were shut where the CHAPTER 20. disciples were B assembled B for fear of
I Car the Jews, came Jesus and stood in the 1 Vary cometh to the sepulchre: 3 # do Peter and John, ignorant of the resurrection 11
midst, and saith into them, Peace bel Jesus appeareth to Mary Magdalene, 19 and
unto you. to his diseiples. 24 The incredulity, and con
20 And when he had so said, he shewed fession of Thomas. 30 The scripture is sufficient anto them hands and his side. to salvation.
1p Then were the disciples glad, when ? . . S. a Matt. 28.
THE fine datene fe the weekend for metal they saw the Lord, Mark 16. I.
21° 1 Then I said Jesus to them again. Lake 2.1
yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and seeth Peace be unto you, tas ny Father hath N. 3 the stone taken away from the sepulchre. Bent me, even so send I you.
9 1 Then she runneth, and cometh to 22 And when he had said this, he b eh. 13. 23. Simon Peter, and to the other disciple, breathed on them, and faith unto them, & 19 26.
whom Jesus loved, and saith unto them, Receive ye the Holy Ghost*: & 21.7, 20,
They have taken away the Lord out of 23 Whose soever sins ye remit, they
soever sins ye retain, they are retained.
other disciple, and came to 2 the se- called Didymus, was not with thers 11 )
when Jesus came.
he said unto them, Except I shall see in 5 And he stooping, down, and looking his hands the print of the nails, and pat dch. 19. 40. in, saw the linen 3 clothes 3 lying ; yet my finger into the sprint B of the nails went he not in.
and thrust my hand into his side, I will
after eight days again his dis-
ciples were within. and Thomas
head, not lying with the linen clothes shut, and stood in the midst, and said,
27 Then saith he to Thomas, Resch
it into my side: and be not faithless, but I Ps. 16. 10. 9 For as yet they knew not the f scrip- believing, Acts 2. 25 ture, that he must rise again from the 29 And Thomas answered and said unto --31
dead. & 13. 34, 35.
him, My Lord and my God. 10 1 Then the disciples went away again 29 Jesus saith unto him, B Thomas S. 9 Mark 16. ninto their own home.
because thon hast seen me, thoa
7. 19 VAR. REND. - 10 V, 40. i.e. cloths, Chap. 20. that (memorable) day w Vo. 2, 10, 19, 20, 21. therefore (Sbe runneth there. the original this word (Spirit) alm - breath fore). - sv. 3. went on their way towards VAR. READ --Chap. 20. 7. 16. SO A; saith
3 Vs. 5, 6, 7. i.e. cloths. — * Vs. 6, 12, 14. be- him in Hebrew NB DL, Edd. 17. She holdeth (different toord from that in o. 5) Al. Ycl. NBD, Edd. (LAS) - V. 18. B. I have x B DE Da. W.--5 v. 11. continued standing W.
(La V. 19. B Omit N A BD. Edd. -T. VAR. READ.-V. 35. B Insert also XAB Drupp, Edd. So NBDL, Al. Tv WH.; place A, La. T. Xok - V. 39. B roll ** B, WH.
V. 29. ß All ancial Yss. omit.
The great draught of fishes.
ST. JOHN, 21.
Christ's charge to Peter.
Ando believed : * blessed are they that have 13 Jesus then cometh, and taketh bread, Anno DOMINI not seen, and yet have believed.
and giveth them, and fish likewise. DOMINI 30 9 * And many other signs truly did 14 This is now
A the third time that 2 Cor. 5.7 Jesus in the presence of his disciples, Jesus shewed himself to his disciples, * See ch. 20. 1 Pet 1. 8. which are not written in this book : after that he was risen from the dead.
19, 26. sch. 21. 25. 31 But these written, that ye 15 I So when they had 3 dined 5, Jesus
Luke 1. 4. might believe that Jesus is the Christ, saith to Simon Peter, Simon, son of
these 7 He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; I Pet. 1.8,9
thou knowest that I love 8 thee. He CHAPTER 21.
saith unto him, Feed my lambs. 1 Christ appearing again to his disciples tas
16 He saith to him again the second known of them by the great draught of fishes time, Simon, son of B Jonas B, lovest thou J2 He dineth rith them : 15 ernestly com me? He saith unto him, YeaLord ; mandeth Peter to feed his lambs and sherp: thon knowest that I love thee. Hei Acts 20.28 18 forrtelleth him of his death. 22 rebuketh his saith unto him, 'Feed' my ysheep y:
Hebr. 13.20 curiosity touching John. 25 The conclusion,
1 Pet. 2.23 17 He saith unto him the third time,
& 5.2, 4. FTER these things Jesus shewed' Simon, son of B Jonas B, lovest thou me?
himself again to the disciples at the Peter was grieved because he said unto sea of Tiberias; and on this wise lshew. him the third time, Lovest thou me edl he himself.
And he said unto him, Lord, Ithon k ch. 2. 24, 2 There were together Simon Peter, knowest all things; thou knowest that I #ch 1. 45. and Thomas called Didymus, and
& 16. 30. & Na love thee. Jesus saith unto him, Feed Matt 4. thanael of Cana in Galilee, and the my y sheep y.
xons of Zebedee, and two other of his 18 I'Verily, 'verily, I say unto thee, When I ch. 13. 36. disciples.
Acta 12. 3,1 thou wast young, thou girdedst thyself, 3 Simon Peter saith unto them, I go a and walkedst whither thou wouldest : fishing. They say unto him, We also go but when thou shalt be old, thou shalt with thee. They went forth, and entered stretch forth thy hands, and another into 2 a 3 ship Bimmediately B; and that shall gird thee, and carry thee whither night they caught nothing.
thou wouldest not. 4 But when the morning was now come, 19 This spake he, signifying - by what m 2 Pet. 1.14.
Jesus stood on the shore: but the dis- death he should glorify God. And when ech. 20. 14. ciples knew not that it was Jesus. he had spoken this, he saith unto him,
Luke 24. 5 3 Then 3 d Jesus saith uinto them, Follow me. 4.
| Children, have ye any meat ? They an 20 Then Peter, turning about, seeth 1 Or, Sin. swered him, No.
the disciple "whom Jesus loved 'follow- ch. 13. 23. lale 5.1, 6 And he said unto them, Cast the ing; which also 10 leaned lo on his breast
& 20. 2. net on the right side of the ship, and ye shall find. They cast therefore, and that betrayeth thee?
at supper, and said, Lord, which is he
Lord, and what shall this man do ?
loved saith unto Peter, It is the Lord. he tarry otill I come, what is that to . Matt. 16.
& 25. 31. it was the Lord, he girt his fisher's coat 23 3 Then 3 went this saying abroad
1 Cor. 4. 5. unto him, (for he was naked,) and did among the brethren, that that disciple & 11. 26. cast himself into the sea.
should not die : yot Jesus said not unto Rev. 2. 25. 8 And the other disciples came in 242 him, He shall not die; but, if I will
& 3. 11. little ship; (for they were not far from that he tarry till I come, ß what is that
& 22. 7, 20. land, but as it were two hundred cubits,) to thee? B dragging the net with fishes.
24 This is the disciple which testifieth 9 As soon then as they were come to of these things, and wrote these things: land, they saw a fire of coals there, and and p we know that his testimony is true. p. ch. 19. 35. * fish laid thereon, and bread 4.
25 B. And there are also
3 John 12. 10 Jesus saith unto them, Bring of the things which Jesus did, the which, if ych. 20. 30. fish which ye have now caught.
they should be written every one,
TI r Amos 7.10. 11 Simon Peter went up, and drew the suppose that even the world itself could net to land full of great fishes, an hun. not contain the books that should be dred and fifty and three : and for all written B. y Amen y. there were so many, yet was not the net broken.
VAR. REND.-6v. 15. i.e. love with respect Me. Acts 10.41. 12 Jesus saith unto them, • Come and &c. ; 80 lovest in v. 16.
than these love 5 dines. And none of the disciples durst me. 8i.e. love with affection Me. &c.; so love ask him, Who art thou ? knowing that in v. 16, and both love and lovest in v. 17.-_' V. 16. it was the Lord.
shepherd. - 10 V. 20. leaned back.
VAR. READ.-18. 15-17. B So A Co, Mcl.; John VAR. REND. Chap 21. 1 V. 1. manifested. NBC* D, La. Tr. Al. Ti. WH.: and so in vs. 16 and IV. 3. 8. the. 3V8. 5, 7, 23. therefore (Jesus 17. — V8. 16, 17. y SO XAD, Al. La. Tril; little therefore). -AT. 9. & fish .... a loaf Mel. W. sheep BC, Ti. w.-- V. 23. B So M A B C, Al. V.. 12, 15. Rather breakfast (an early meal).
La. Tr. vícl. WH. ; omit * Ti. - V. 25. B So VAR READ.--Chap. 21. V. 3. B SO AC3, Mol. ; omit Na ABC, Al. La. Tr. Mol. WH.; omit N*, Ti. *BC* D, Al. La. Ti. Tr. WH,
y Omit XABC, Edd,
*THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES'.
THE commor i treatise i have made se des the number of names
1 Cor. 15.5
& 16. 7. ch. 2. 33.
DONIST DOMINI1 Christ, preparing his apostles to the beholding mas, Bartholomex, and Matthew, James
of his ascension, gathereth them together into the son of Alphæus, and Simon Zel. Leta 11. the mount Olivet,cominandeth them to expect lotes, and Judas the 10 brother 10
of dat in Jerusalem the sending down of the toly James. Ghost, promiseth after fere days to send it :
14 These all continued with one a Luke 1. 3. by virtue whereof they should be roitnesses unto b Mark 16. him, even to the utmost parts of the earth. cord in prayer B and supplication
B, with 9 After his ascension they are warned by two the women, and Mary the mother of Loir* Luke 9. 51. angels to depart, and to set their minds upon Jesus, and with his brethren. & 24, 51.
his second coming. 12 They accordingly return,
15 And in those days Peter stood up
were about , Mark 16.15
16 11 Men and brethren 11, B this B scripture John 20. 21. gan both to do and teach.
must needs have been fulfilled, Ishich Pre. ch. 10. 41, 2. Until the day in which he was taken the Holy Ghost by the mouth of David
up, after that he % through the Holy spake before concerning Judas, which d Mark 16. Ghost' had given commandments unto
was guide to them that took Jesos. Luke 24. 36. the apostles whom he had chosen 2 :
17 1 For 12 he wag numbered with us, John 20. 19,
5 d'To whom also he showed himself and had obtained 18 part 13 of this min 26.
alive after his passion by many infallible & 21. 1, 14. proofs, 3 being seen of them 3
Now this man purchased a feld
the midst, and all his bowels gashed at together with them 5, commanded them that they
out. should not depart from Jerusalem, but / Luke 24.
the wait for
19 And it was known unto all the deel. promise of the Father, lers at Jerusalem; insomuch John 14. 16, f which, saith he, ye have heard of me.
field is called in their B proper tongue. 26, 27.
5 9 For John truly baptized with water; Aceldama, that is to say, 'The field of & 15. 26. * but ye shall be baptized with the Holy blood.
Ghost not many days hence.
20 For it is written in the book of
* his 17 | bishoprick 17 let another take. A Joel 3. 18. kingdom to Israel ?
21 Wherefore of these men which have: 0.5 ch. 2. 4.
17 And he said unto them, 'It is not companied with as all the time that the & . 15. for you to know the times or the sea: Lord Jesus went in and out among , i Matt. 94.3.
sons, which the Father hath put in his k Isai. 1. 26. own power
22 Beginning from the baptism of John, Dan 7. 27
8 * But ye shall receive 1 power, *after unto that same day that he was isso
up from us, must one 18 be ordained sto
tion. Mark 13.39.
udæa, i Thess.5.1. and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost ed B Barsabas B, who was surnamed Jusboth in Jerusalem, and in all
23 And they appointed two, Joseph call. * ch. 2. 1, 4. part of the earth. 1 Or, the 9 P And when
he had spoken these tus, and Matthias. porer of the
24 And they prayed, and said, Tbon Hody Ghost
things, while they beheld, he was taken
men, 19 shew whether of these two thoa upon you. their sight.
10 And while they looked stedfastly to-hast chosen 19, ward heaven as he went up, behold, two
25 "That he may take B part B of this! Le o Luke 24. men stood by them 'in white apparel ;
ministry and apostleship, from John 15, 27. 11 Which also said, "Ye men of Gali. Indar 20 bx transgression, fel", that he ver. 22. lee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven might go to his own place 21 ch. 2. 39. this same Jesus, which is taken up from
26 And they B gave forth their lots ; p Lake 24.
you into heaven, 'shall so come in like and the lot fell apon Matthias; and he
VAR. REND.-9 v. 13. the Zealot la-BS De Matt. 28. 3. 12 Then returned they unto Jerusalem
Al.; son Me. - 11 v. 16. Rather Brethren, « W Mark 16. S. from the mount called Olivet, which is Luke 94. 4.
Be. De from Jerusalem a sabbath day's journey thren Da. Me. -1V. 17. SO AL Joby 20.12. ch. 10.3, 30. 13 And when they were come in, they that Da. Me - 13 Lit. the lot; went up into 7an7 upper room,
14 y. 18. his iniquity Al. Mele we I ch. 2. 7. & 13. 31. abode both Peter, and 8 B James, and his face Al. Be. De w. Wo.
Al.; let him that dwells therein be no more Dan. 7. 13 Matt. 29. 30. Mark 13. 26. Lake 21. 27.
17 So Da. Wo.; as marg. Al De .. 1 Thess. 1. 10.
2 Thess, 1. 10. Rev. 1. 7. Luke 94. 52. ech. 9. 37, 89. & 20. 8.
Lit. become, be made. — T. 21 Se Be ; y Matt. 10. 2, 3, 4.
one of these two, him whom thou hast choses VAR. REND.-Chap. 1. IV. 1. Strictly did I make. De W. 20 V. 25. turned aside, (* de red -2 V. 2. SO Al. Be. Da. Me. W.; had given com- De W. Me. -2.e. the place of paper mandments unto the apostles whom he had chosen henna Me. De W. 01. * F. 20. through the Holy Ghost De W. 01. —IV. 3. ap- Wo. ; chosen (lit. voted) pearing to them Be. De W. Me. Wo. — at times De W. 01. during forty days Al. Be. Wo.- IV. 4. SE Al. Be. VAR. READ.-V. 14. BOmit NA B C E Da. De W. Wo. (OI. perhaps) ; as marg. Me. V. 15. B So 03 D; brethren NA BC, EN 6 V. 7. So (rather did put Al.; did determine V. 16. B'the ABC, Edd. V. 19. BOERE by his own power De W. Me. Da. -7V. 13. the. Tr.2 WH. V. 23. B Barsabbas RAB B
- where they used to sojourn, Peter and ....Al. V. 25. B So (lit. lot) XC3; the place ABCD Me. 01.
- V. 26. B So D*; cast lots for then VAR. READ.-* SO BD, La. Tr. Al. ; Acts , Ti. De W. Me. translate; presented lots to the
-Chap. 1. v. 13. B John and James XABC, Edd. NABC D', Edd.
Amos l. 11
* Luke 24. 49.
9 ver. 2.
John 14. S.
& 4. 16.
Descent of the Holy Ghost.
THE ACTS, 2.
• ver. 32.
handmaidens I will pour out in those days Anno DOMIXI CHAPTER 2. of my Spirit ; and they shall prophesy :
DOMINI 1 The apostles, filled with the Holy Ghost, and 19 * And I will shew wonders in heaven
*peuking diperi languages, are admired by some, above, and signs in the earth beneath; Ich 11. 4, 9,
1 Cor. 12.10,
28. from the dead, ascended into heaven, had pour ness, and the moon into blood, before ed down the same Holy Ghost, and was the 'that' great B and notable B day of the Joel 2.30,
& 14. 1, &c. Messias, a man known to them to be approved Lord come: of God by his miracles, wonders, and signs, and not crucified reithout his determinate counsel
21 And it shall come to pass, that who * Matt. 24. and foreknowledge : 37 he baptizeth a great soever shall call on the name of the Lord 29 number that were conrerted. 41 Who afterwards shall be saved.
Mark 13 24.
Luke 21.25. decoutly and charitably converse together : the apostles working many mirucks, and Gud daily Jesus of Nazareth, a man 20 approved 10 22 Ye men of Israel, hear these words;
. Rom. 10. increasing his church.
of God among you p by iniracles and won John 3. 2. a Lev. 23 15. AN
ND when the day of Pentecost 'was ders and signs, which God did by him & 14. 10, 11 Deat. 16.9. fully comel, they were all B with in the midst of you, as ye yourselves
ch 10, $8. ch. 20. 16. one accord in one place.
Hebr. 2. 4.
also know: bch. 1. 14 2 And suddenly there came a sound from 23 Him, being delivered by the deter
9 Matt. 28.
24. heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and minate counsel and foreknowledge of God, Luke 22.22. ech. 4. 31. it filled all the house where they were ' ye B have taken, and ß by y wicked
& 24. H. sitting
ch. 3. 18. hands y have crucified and slain : 3 And there appeared unto them 2 cloven
& 4. 28. 24 Whom God hath raised up, having
rch. 5. 30. tongues ? like as of fire, and it sat upon loosed the 11 pains 11 of death: because it each of them.
was not possible that he should be hold. ch. 3. 15. Sch. 1.5. 4 And they were all filled with the en of it.
& 1. 10.
& 10. 40. Mark 16. Holy Ghost, and began to speak with 25 For David speaketh concerning him,
& 13. 30, 34. 17.
other tongues, as the Spirit gave them I foresaw the Lord always before my & 17. 31. ch 10. 40.
face, for he is on my right hand, that
Rom. 4. 24. 1 Cor 12. 5 And there were dwelling at Jerusalem I should not be moved :
& 8. IL.
1 Cor. 6. 14. 10, 3, 30, Jews, devout men, out of every nation 26 Therefore did my heart rejoice, and
& 15. 15. 13. 1 under heaven.
my tongue was glad ; moreover also my 2 Cor. 4. 14. 14.2, ke. 6 Now when 3 this was noised abroad", flesh shall 12 rest in hope 12 :
Gal 1.1. 1 Gr. on the multitude came together, and were 27 Becanse thou wilt not leave my soul
Col. 2. 19. 1 confounded, because
I Thess. I. heard them speak in his own language *: Holy One to see corruption. trolled
7 And they were Ball B amazed and 28 Thou hast made known to me the Hebr. 13.20. marvelled, saying yone to another y, Be ways of life; thou shalt make me full of
I Pet. 1. 21. sch, I. 11. hold, are not all these which speak I Gali. joy 14 with 11'thy countenance.
Ps. 16. 8. laeans
29 15 Men and brethren 15, 16 let me 16 Or, I may. 8 And how hear we every man in our freely spenk unto you of the patriarch
- 1 Kings 2.
10. own * tongue", wherein we were born ? David, that he 17 is both dead and ch. 13. 36.
9 Parthians, and Medes, and Elamites, buried 17, and his sepulchre is with us 1 2 Sam. 7. and the dwellers in Mesopotamia, and in unto this day.
12, 13 Judæa, and Cappadocia, in Pontus, and 30 Therefore being a prophet, and
Ps. 139. 11. Asia,
Luke l. 32, knowing that God had sworn with an 10 Phrygis, and Pamphylia, in Egypt, oath to him, that of the fruit of his Rom. 1. 3. and in the parts of Libya about Cyrene, loins, B according to the flesh, he would 2 Tun. 2. 8. and 5 strangers of Rome 5, Jews and pro- raise up Christ B to sit on his throne;
y Ps. 16. 10. selytes,
31 He 18 seeing this before 18 spake of li Cretes and Arabians, we do hear them the resurrection of Christ, ythat B his speak in our tongues the wonderful works soul ß was not left in 13 hell 13, neither ach. 1. 8. of God. his flesh did see corruption.
b cb. 5. 31. 12 And they were all amazed, and were 32 • This Jesus hath God raised up,
Phil. 2. 9.
Hebr. 10.12. in doubt, saying one to another, What whereof we all are witnesses. meaneth this?
the right 13 Others mocking said, These men are hand of God exalted, and having re & 15. 26. full of 6 new wine 6.
ch. 13. 35. E ver. 24.
33 Therefore being 19 by
ceived of the Father 20 the promise of 16. 7, 13. 14 But Peter, standing up with the the Holy Ghost 20, he hath shed forth
ch. 1. 4. eleven, lifted up his voice, and said un- this, which ye now see and hear.
d ch, lộ. 45, to them, Ye men of Judæa, and all ye 34 For David is not ascended into the
e Ps. 110. 1. 1
that dwell at Jerusalem, be this known heavens : but he saith himself, « The Matt.22.44. unto you, and hearken to my words: LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou on 1 Cor 15.25 15 For these are not drunken, as ye my right hand,
Hebr. 1. 13. 1 Thess. 5. stippose, 9 seeing it is but the third hour 35 Until I make thy foes thy footstool. of the day,
36 Therefore let all the house of Israel Sch. 5. 31. 16 But this is that which was spoken know assuredly, that God hath made 9 Zech. 12.
10. Alai. 4.3 7 by 7 the prophet Joel B;
that same Jesus, whom ye have crucified, Luke 3. 10. tak 19. 17 And it shall come to pass in the both Lord and Christ.
ch. 9. 6. last days, saith God, I will pour out of S7 Now when they heard this, "they
& 16, 30, Jul 2.28,
my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons Zech. 12.10. and kyour daughters shall prophesy, and VAR. REND.-9 V. 20. the.-10 V. 22. i.e. accredited Joba 7. 30. your young men shall see visions, and Al. Wo. - lv. 24. SO Al. Be. De W.; travail-pains Ich 10. 45. your old men shall dream dreams :
Me. Wo. ; bonds 01. --- 12 V. 26. Lit. pitch its tent & c. 2.9. 18 % And % on my servants and on my upon hope; (dwell with hope De W.)
13 V8. 27,
31. Hades, the world of the dead Me. &c. VAR. REND.- Chap. 2. IV. 1. Lit. was being ful. 14 y. 28. i.e. in presence of Al. Be. De W. Me. fled: 80 Al. De W. Me.-2V. 3. tongues parting 15 V8. 29, 37. My brethren. 16 V. 29. So Be. Wo. ; asunder Be. De W. Li. Me. 01.-31. 6. this sound as marg. Al. Da. De W. Me. — 17 died and was
c. 2) was heard Al. Be. Da. Me. 4 Vs. 6, 8. Strictly buried. 18 v. 31. looking forward Me. — 19 V. 33. dialect Me. Wo.-IV. 10. the Romans who sojourn So Al. Be. Me.; to Oi. Wo. (De W. perhaps.) bere (h.e. as temporary pilgrims) Da. - v. 13. So 20 i.e. the promised Holy Ghost De W. ve. Wo; sweet wine 41. Da. De W.-7 V. 16. Strictly VAR. READ.-V. 20. SO ABC, La. Tr. Al. WH.; through. -- 8V. 18. Yea and.
omit XD, Ti. -v. 23.'s So XC3D; omit R* ABC VAR READ.-Chap. 2, V. 1. B SO (3 ; together La. Ti. Tr. Al. WH.-y So C3; the hands of the NA B C , Edd, omit D. - V. 7. B Omit BD, Lu. wicked (i.e. the Roman soldiers Al. &c.) NABC* D,
y So C3 D; omit NABC*, La. Ti. Edd.-V. 30. B So D*; omit ABC Do, Edd. (that Tr. Al. - V. 16. B So KABC, La. Ti. Tr. WH.; of the fruit of his loins he would set ooit D, AL.
throne). -- V. 31. B So C3; he X ABC* D, Edd.
THE ACTS, 3.
A lame man healed,
& 11.15, 15. shall call.
Apno were pricked in their heart, and said 36 In 3 the name of Joruz Christ of Nazar Агар DOMINI unto Peter and to the rest of the reth B rise up and B walk.
DONOSI apostles, 15 Men and brethren 15, what 7 And he took him by the right hand, shall we do?
and lifted him up: and immediately his .ch A Luke 24. 84 Then Peter said unto them, “Repent, feet and uncle bones received strength.
and be baptized every one of you B in B 8 And he leaping up stood, and walked, fl 16 ch. 3. 19.
the name of Jesus Christ for the re- and entered with them into the temple,
99 And all the people saw him walking ok . * i Joel 2. 28. 39 For the promise is unto you, and ito and praising God: ch. 3. 25
your children, and to all that are afar 10 And they knew that it was he kch. 10. 45. off, even as many as the Lord our God which a sat for alms at the Beautiful gate Lila Juha
of the temple: and they were filled wita
selvej 21 from this untoward generation, 11 And as B the lame man which was
day there were added unto them about Sporchs ithat is called Solomon's, greatly ka 11 I ver. 16. three thousand souls.
wondering. ch. 1. 14. Rom. 12.12 42 · And they continued stedfastly in the 12 And when Peter saw it, he answer. Eph. 6. 19. apostles' 23 doctrine 23 % and fellowship *, ed unto the people, Ye men of larsel Col. 4.2
and in breaking of bread, and in prayers. why marvel ye at this? or why look ve Hebr. 10.95
43 And fear carne upon every soul: and so earnestly on us, as though by our or D Mark 16. 17.
** many wonders and signs were done power or holiness 6 we had made this a WE ch. 4. 33. 25 by 25 the apostles B,
man to walk? & S. 12 44 And all B that believed 8 y were to- 13 * The God of Abraham, and of Isaac, nch. 4. 32, gether, and * had all things common y; and of Jacob, the God of our fathers, 34.
15 And sold their possessions and goods, 'hath gloritied his i Soni Jesus, who . I sai. 58. 7.
and parted them to all men, as every ye * delivered up, and denied him in pch. 1. 14. man had need.
the presence of Pilate, when he was de q Luke 24.
46 P And they, continuing daily with one termined to let him go. ch. 5. 42. accord in the temple, and breaking 14 But ye denied the Holy One ; and rch. 20. 7.
bread 26 | from house to house 26, did eat the Just, and desired a marderer to be 1 Or,
their meat with gladness and singleness granted unto you; at home of heart,
15 And killed the Princes of life, 47 Praising God, and having favour whom God hath raised from the dead; ch. 4.33
with all the people. And 'the Lord ß add"whereof we are witnesses. Rom. 14.18 Ich. 5. 14.
ed to the church daily B 17 such as should 16. And his name through faith in his & 11. 24. be saved 7.
name hath made this man strong, shon CHAPTER 3.
ye see and know : yea, the faith which
is by him hath given him this priect:
17 And now,
brethren, I wot
18 But those things, which God be
verted, that your sins may be blotted out, TOW Peter and John I wentl up to when the times of refre hing sball cope a ch. 2. 46.
gether into the temple at the hour from the presence of the Lord ; Ps. 35. 17. of prayer, being the ninth hour.
20 And he shall send , Jesus Chris c ch 14. 8. 2 And é a certain man lame from his which before was B preached 8 unto y
mother's womb 2 was carried, whom they 21 10: Whoin the heaven must receive
laid daily at the gate of the temple which until the times of e restitution of all d John 9.8. is called Beautiful, to ask alms of them things, which God hath spoken by tse that entered into the temple ;
mouth of all his holy prophets since the
22 For Moses truly said Banto the
y your y God raise up unto you of Fit
6 Then Peter said, Silver and gold have unto you.
VAR. Rend. -3 V. 6. i.e. By, In the prese
.23 V. 42. Wo.- 6 V. 12. godliness Al. Da. D IF. N. i.e. instruction Me. dc.- -24 So Wo.; and in fellow.torious efficacy' Al.) -7V. 13. riant al De ship (with one another) Al. Da. De W. Me.; com- De W. Me. Ol. Wo. —-V. 15. As *r. AL DE munication of alms, &c.) 01. 25 V. 43. Strictly - V8. 19. 20. in order that so the times through. -26 V. 46. As marg. Al. Be. Da. De W. Me. and he may send Al. Be. Da. De " Me CM Ol. Wo. * V. 47. those who were being saved 10 v. 21. So al. Da. De W. Me.( Al. Wo, &c. -- Chap. 3. iv. 1. were going. who must receive (take in possession 2 V. 2. was being carried.
Be. (Ol. nearly.) - Il v. 22. So Be. Oli VaR. READ.-V. 38. B So BCD, La. Tr. WH.; upon raised up) me Ve. (1.e. upon the ground of Me.) NA, Ti. --- V. 41. B VAB. READ.--Chap. S.P. 6. BS ACLA Omit X ABCD, El. —- V. 43. B So BD, La. Tr. All; omit XBD, TI. WH Al. WH.; add in Jerusalem, and great fear was Edd. V. 18. B So A ucarly ; the upon all NAC, Ti. --V. 41. B SO ACD, Lo. Tr. his Christ should XBOD, Edd. Al. ; that had believed X B, Ti. W.Y had all ed NABCD, Edd. (him who svax beture ar things common together B, WHI- V. 47. B added to be your Christ, nainely Jesus RBD, together daily NA BC, Edd. Omitting together | Tr! WH. ----V. 22. BSO D our father in o. 1 of nert chapter ; added together to the ABC, Edd.-ySo N A D, ia. Tr. Al; our church daily D.
Ti.; omit B, WH.