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Galilee. « Bless them that curse you, and pray
344 « * and persecute you: that ye may be
" the children of your father which is
« fendeth rain on the just, and on the Luke vi, « unjust. **For if ye love them which 'Mat.v.46.
« love you, what thank have ye?' for
“ finners also love those that love them. Mat. y.
47« * And if ye salute your brethren only,
what do ye more than others? Do Luke vi. 33
“ not even the Publicans fo? * And if
ye do good to them which do good
to you, what thank have ye? for
to receive, what thank have ye? for
“ But love ye your enemies, and do
again, and your reward shall be great,
" higheft; for he is kind unto the on36.ce thankful, and to the evil. Be ye
" therefore merciful, as your Father alMar. v.
«. fo is merciful. * Bé yé therefore
perfect, even as your Father which is
in heaven is perfect Mat, vi.
“ Take heed that ye do not your “ alms before men, to be seen of them;
“ otherwise ye have no reward of your
“ fore when thou doft thine alms, do
as the hypocrites do, in the Sy na- Galilee.
gogues, and in the Streets, that they Mat. xj. . "?
But when thou dolt alms, let not thy 3.
cret; and thy Father which seeth in
, thou shalt si
gogues, and in the corners of the
verily I say unto you, they have their
enter into thy closet, and when thou
But when ye 1.
things ye have need of before ye ask
is Our Father which art in heaven, la
Thy will be done in
day our daily bread. And forgive us
“ And lead us not into temptation, but Anno 13.C deliver us from evil ; for thine is the Ætat. 31.
Minist. 2. " kingdom, and the power, and the
glory, for ever. Amen.
paffes, your heavenly Father will alfo
men their trespasses, neicher will your
“ Moreover, when ye fast, be not
to fast. Verily I say unto you they
" thou fastest, anoint thy head, and
unto men to fast, but unto thy Fa
ther which is in secret ; and thy Fa" ther which feeth in secrer, shall re
“ ward thee openly. 19.
Lay not up for your selves trea“sures upon earth, where moth and “ ruft doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and Ireal.
But lay up for your felves treasures in hea
ven, where neither moch nor ruft “ doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal.
For ?l«« where your treasure is, there will your
“ heart be also ???
“ The light of the body is the eye : “ if therefore thine eye be single, thy
whole body shall be full of light. “But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If
Minist. 2. ness!
" therefore the light that is in thee be Galilee, #cat. 31. “ darkness, how great is that dark- Mat. vi.
“No man can serve two masters : 24.
eat, or what ye shall drink; nor for
yet your heavenly Father feedeth,
ment ? Consider the lillies of the field
to you, that even Solomon in all his
the grass of the field, which to day
oven, shall be not much more cloath
you, O ye of little faith? Therefore 31. “ take no thought, saying, what shall
we eat? or what shall we drink? or “ wherewithal shall we be cloathed? (for after all these things do the Gen
32. I tiles seek) for your heavenly Father
Galilee. " knoweth that ye have need of all Anno. Mat. vi. 33. “ these things. But seek ye first the Acat. 31.
Minist. 2. “ kingdom of God, and his righteoul
:“ ness, and all these things thail be ad-
Take therefore no
things of it felf: sufficient to the dày
« is the evil thereof. Luke vi. 37
6 * . Judge not, and ye shall not be a Mat.vii.i.
judged ; condemn not, and ye shall
et not be condemtied; forgive, and ye Mat. vii.
2. « shall be forgiven : * For with what ic- judgment ye judge, ye shall be judg.
5ed, and with what meafüre ye mete,
“ it shall be measured to you again. Luke vi. 38.66 * Give; and it shall be given unto
you ; good measure pressed down, and - shaken together and funning over shall
men give into your bofom. For with CC the same measure that ye meet with
it shall be measured to you again.
And he fpake a parable unto them, 6 Can the blind lead the blind ? and te all they nor both fall into the dirch? • The disciple is not above his master : " but every one that is perfect shall be 4 as his master.
“ b And why beholdelt thou the moté o Mat. vii. that is in thy brother's eye, but per- 3, 4, 5.
ceivest not the beam that is in thine 42. 4€ own eye? Either, how canit thou
fay to thy brother, Brother, let me
pull out the tnote that is in thine eye, * when thou thy self beholdelt not the