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" * The kingdom of heaven is like to Galilee. Ærac. 31.
a grain of multard-seed, which a man 31. Mat. xiiiMinist. 2. “ took and fowed in his field; *which
31. Mat. iv. *Mar.iv.31. “ when it is sown in the earth, is less
Mat. xiij. “ than all the feeds that be in the earth.
“ and becometh greater than all herbs,
" becometh a great tree : so that the
" branches thereof.
Another parable spake he unto them. 33.
" whole was leavened.
Mar. iv. 34. spake he the word unto them as they
were able to hear it. But without a 34.
Then Jesus sent the multitude away, 36. Mar. xiii.
He answered and said unto them
kingdom; but the tares are the chil- Anno xiii. Mar. 39.66 dren of the wicked one : the enemy Æcar. 31. ce that fowed them is the devil: the har
Minist. 2. vest is the end of the world; and the
reapers are the angels. As therefore " the tares are gathered and burnt in the
fire; fo thall it be in the end of this 41.“ world. The Son of man thall send
forth his angels, and they shall ga. <ther out of his kingdom all things
" that offend, and them which do ini-
nace of fire: there shall be wailing
as the fun in the kingdom of their
Again, “The kingdom of heaven is 144P, like unto treasure hid in a field ; the “ which when a man hath found, he
hideth, and for joy thereof, goeth
c eth that field.
goodly pearls: who when he had
went and fold all that he had, and " bought it.
Again, The kingdom of heaven is cs like unto a net that was cast into the
" sea, and gathered of every kind. 48. Which when it was full, they drew
to shore, and sat down, and gathered " the good into vessels, but cast the bad
away. So shall it be at the end of the Galilee. Ætat. 31. « world : the angels shall come forth, 49. Mat. xiii, Minist. 2. « and fever the wicked from among the
. And shall cast them into the « furnace of fire: there shall be wailing
and gnashing of teeth.
Jesus faith unto them, Have ye not 51,
there ariseth a Storm, which
OW it came to pass on a certain 22. Luk. viii.
day, that[Fesus] went into a Ship with his disciples. *And the same day, 35. Mar. iv. when even was come, [and] * Jesus faw 18. Mat. viii .
great multitudes about him, * he faid 22. Luk. viii. * Mat. viii. unto them, Let us go over unto the
other side of the Lake. Mar. iv. 35. * And a certain Scribe came, and faid 19. Mar. viii,
unto him, Master, I will follow thee
or Lake of
Sea of Galilee, the son of man hath not where to lay his Anno
head. Tyberias. And another of his disciples said un
Minist. 2. Mar. viii. 21.
to him, Lord siffer me first to go and
multitude they took him, even as he Mat. viii. 23. was in the ship : * And when he was
entred into a ship his disciples followed Luk.viii. 22. him. * And they launched forth, * and Mur.iv. 36.
there were also with him other littleships. Mat.viii. 24. * band behold there arose a great *.storm Mar. iv. Mar. iv. 37. of wind, and the waves bear into the Thip 37;
Luke viii. Mar. viii. 24. * o infomuch that the ship was cover'd
23 Luke viii. 23.
with the waves : * and [they] were in Mat. viii.
jeopardy. * * And [Fejus] was in the 24. Mar. iv. 38. of the ship asleep on a pil
37. Mar. viii. 25. low: * And his disciples came to him
Luke viii. and awoke him, saying, * Master ca. 23. Mar. iv. 38.
rejt thou not that we perish? And he · Mar. viii.
arose and rebuked the wind, and faid 24, 25, 26. Miracle. unto the sea, Peace, be still: and the Luke viii.
23, 24, 256 wind ceafed, and there was a great calm. And he faid unto them, Why are ye fo.
fearful? how is it that ye have no faith?
41. And they feared exceedingly and ** won. Mat. viii Lak.viii.25.5 dred, laying one to another, what man- 26.; 27;
ner of man is this? for be commandeih Mar. iv.41. even ibe winds and water [and] *s the ® Luke viji. wins anit jea obey him?
Ś É C T. LVI.
Gadarenes, one possessed with de-
a Mat. viii.
ND they came over unto the 1. 28.
other side of the sea, into the Luk. viii. country of the Gadarenes * which is 26. Luk. 8. 26.
over against Galilee: * and when he was 2. Mar. v.
man which had devils a long time, and Mar. V. 3. ware no cloths, "neither abode in any
house, but in the tombs, *and no man 3. Mar. v. could bind him, no not with chains : *
28. Mar. viii. exceeding fierce, so that no man might pass by that way.
* Because that he 4. Mar. v. had been often bound with fetters and chains, and the chains had been plucked asunder by him, and the fetters broken in pieces: neither could any man · tame him. And always night and day s. he was in the mountains and in the
tombs, crying and cutting himself Luk. viii. with stones. But when he faw Jesus a- 6. 28.
far off, he ran and worshipped him [and] Mat. viii. * fell down before him, * d and cried with 28. Luk. viii. 29. a loud voice, and said, what have I to 7. Mar. V. Luk. viii. do with thee, Fefus, thou son of the most 28.
high God? I adjure thee, by God, that