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" record is true : for I know whence I The Temple. came, and whither I go; but ye can, 14. Joh. viii
. not tell whence I come, and whither 9. Igo. Ye judge after the flesh, Ijudge 15.
no man. And yet if I judge, my 16
judgment is true: for I am not alone
Then faid they unto him, Where is 19.
me, ye should have known my Fa-
These words spake he in the treasury; 20. as he taught in the temple: and no man laid hands on him, for his hour was not yet come.
Then said Jesus again unto them, “I 21.
go my way, and ye shall seek me,
go ye cannot come.
this world, I am not of this world.
die in your fins; for if ye believe not
ye are from
The Temple. Then said they unto him, who art Anno
fame that I said unto you from the 26:“ beginning. I have many things to
say, and to judge of you : but he
" heard of him.
to them of the Father.
ye have lift up the son of man, then
Tall ye know that I am he, and that “ I do nothing of my self; but as my
" Father hath taught me, I speak these 29.“ things. And he that sent me is with
me: the Father hath not left me a. “ lone: for I do always those things
" that please him. 30.
As he spake these words, many be. lieved on him. Then said Jesus to **thofe Jews that believed on him:
“ If ye continue in my word, then 32. are ye my disciples indeed; and ye
« shall know the truth, and the truth
« shall make you free.
seed, and were never in bondage to any
ly I say unto you, whosoever com-
Anno " If the fon therefore shall make you The Temple.
They anfwered and said unto him, 39
Jesus saith unto them, “ If ye were
ye seek to kill me, a man that hath
Then said they unto him, We be not
Jesus said unto them, “If God were 42.
your Father, ye would love me: for “ I proceeded forth, and came from “ God; neither came I of my felf, « but he sent me. Why do ye not
43 “ understand my speech? even because
ye cannot hear my word. Ye are of 44.
your father the Devil, and the lusts of 66
your father ye will do: he was a
for he is a liar, and the father of it.
Jerusalem, IT the blind man with the clay, and he Anno h. 1. . - faid unto him, Go wash in the (a) pool Minift. 3
6f Siloam (which is by interpretation, Miracle. fent.) He went his way therefore, and
8. washed, and came feeing. The neigh
bours therefore, and they which before
faid This is he: others said he is like
said they unto him, Horo, were thine
man that is called Jesus, made clay, and
I went and washed, and I received fight.
the Pharisees him that aforetime was
sus made the clay, and opened his eyes.
said unto them, He put clay upon mine
fore said some of the Pharisees, This
(a) Pool of Siloam Was a Pool that stood near the sheep marker in Jerusalem wherein the Priests
used to wash the sheep that were for the sacrifice;
the foot of mount Sion, it is called also the pool
racles? and there was a division a. Jerusalem. Ætat. 32. mong them.
But the Jews did not believe con- 18.
Then again callid they the Man that 24.