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A woman healed MARK V. of a bloody issue. to Jesus, and see him A. D. 31.
him: and he was nigh that was possessed
unto the sea. with the devil, and b Ma. 8. 34. 22 e And, behold, had the legion, sit- Ac. 16. 39. there cometh one of ting, and clothed, and c Lo. 8. 39. the rulers * of the syin his right mind : la Ma. 9. I. nagogue, Jairus by and they were afraid. Lu, 8 40. name; and when he
16 And they that e Ma. 9. 18. saw him, he fell at Awit told them how La. 8. 41. his feet, it befell to him that f Le. 15. 25. 23 And besought was possessed with
Ma. 9. 20. him greatly, saying, the devil, and also
My little daughter concerning theswine. ver. 20–
* A small lieth at the point of 17 And b they be- country, si- death: I pray thee, gan to pray him to de- toated be- come and lay thy part out of their coasts. tween Syria hands on her, that
18 And when he and Galileo she may be healed; was come into the of the Gen-land she shall live. ship, che that had called De
94 And Jesus went been possessed with capolis,
with him ; and much the devil prayed him Δεκαπολις, , people followed him, that he might be from dexa, and thronged him. with him.
ten, molis, a
25 And a certain 19 Howbeit Jesus it contained woman, fwhich had suffered him not, but only ten ci- an issue of blood saith unto him,' Go ties; the
twelve years, home to thy friends, metropolis 26 And had sufand tell them how ancient of fered many things of great things the Lord which, was many physicians, and hath done for thee, Damascus. had spent all that she and hath had como Here Jesus
had, and was nothing
Christ passion on thee. 20 And he depart- and healed
bettered, but rather preached,
grew worse, ed, and began to many dis- 27 When she had publish in Decapolis* eases. Ste heard of Jesus, came how great things Je-Ma.4. 24,25. in the press behind, sus had done for him : ver. 22– and touched his garand all men did mar- * Or, Go- ment. vel.
vernors, who 28 For she said, If 21 d And when Je-appointed
I may touch but his stus was passed over tions of the clothes, I shall be again by ship unto law were to whole. the other side, much be read, &c. 99 And straightway people gathered unto
the fountain of her Who Ver. 38–
Jesus healeth the MARK V. ruler's dareghter. blood was dried up;
A. D. 31.
36 As soon as Jesus and she felt in her
heard the word that body that she was s Lu. 6. 19. was spoken, he saith healed of that plague. & 8. 46. unto the ruler of the
30 And Jesus, im- . Ma. 9. 22. synagogue, Be not mediately knowing cho 10.5: afraid, only believe. in himself that vir Ac. 14. 9. 37 And he suffered tue had gone out of i Lu. 8. 49. him, save Peter, and
no man to follow him, turned about in the press, k Pa. 12. 2. James, and John the and said, Who touch
Jno. 11.11. brother of James.
Ao. 20. 10. ed my clothes
38 And he cometh 31 And his disciples i Th. 4. 13. to the house of the said unto him, Thou 1 Ac. 9. 40. ruler of the synaseest the multitude
gogue, and seeth the thronging thee, and
tumult,* and them sayest thou,
that wept and wailed
• St. Mattouched me?
greatly 32 And he looked tions that 39 And when he round about to see there were was come in, he saith her that bad done minstrels, unto them,
Why this thing.
make ye this ado, and 33. But the woman oro, or pip. weep! the damsel is fearing and tremer Music not dead, but I sleepbling, knowing what cal instru- eth. was done in her, ments were
40 And they laughcame and fell down used by the led him to scorn. But before him, and told also by the when he had him all the truth. heathens, in them all out, he taketh
34 And he said unto their lamen- the father and the her, Daughter, thy the dead :
mother of the damsel, faith hath made thee
persons were and them that were whole; go in peace, hired for this with him, and enterand be whole of thy purpose, & to eth in where the plague.
follow their damsel was lying. 35 i While he yet cessions
41 And he took the spake, there came That musical damsel by the hand, from the ruler of the instruments
and said unto her, synagogue's horse cer- were used by Talitha cumi; which lain which said, Thy the Jews on is, being interpreted,
such occadaughter is dead :
Damsel, I say unto why troublest thou be seen from thee, arise. the Master any fur. Jer. 48. 36. 42 And straightway ther?
the damsel arose, and
Jesus rejected by
his countrymen. walked; for she was A. D. 31. Iphet is not without of the age of twelve
honour, but in his
m Ma. 8. 4. years. And they were
own & 9. 30.
country, and astonished with & 12. 16. among his own kin, great astonishment. & 17. 3. and in his own house. 43 And m he charg
ch. 3. 12. 5 f And he could
Lu. 5. 14. ed them straitly that
there do no mighty
a Ma. 13. 54. no man should know Lu. 4. 16. work, save that he it; and commanded b Jno. 6. 42.
laid his hands upon that something should
a few sick folk, and
o Ma. 12. 46. be given her to eat. Gal. 1. 19.
healed them. d Ma. 11. 6.
6 And & he marCHAP. VI.
Ma. 13. 57.
velled because of 1 AND a he went Jno. 4.41. their unbelief, h And out from thence, and
f Ge, 19. 22.
he went round about came into his own
& 32. 25. the villages, teaching: country; and his dis
Ma. 13.59. 7 i And he called ciples follow him. ch. 9. 23. unto him the twelve,
2 And when the Is. 59. 16. and began to send sabbath day was h Ma, 9. 35. them forth by two come, he began to Lu. 13. 22. and two; and gare teach in the syna
i Ma. 10. 1. them power over ungogue : and
ch. 3. 13, clean spirits ;
14. hearing him were Lu. 9. 1.
8 And commanded astonished, From b whence hath signifieth saying, + The word them that they should
take nothing for their this man these things! . piece of journey, save a staff and what wisdom is brass money, only; po scrip, do this which is given
value bread, no t money in unto him, that even less than a
their purse: such mighty works farthing, 9 Butk be shod are wrought by his Ma. 10.'s. with sandals ; and bands?
but here it
not put on two coats. 3 Is not this the is taken in
10 I And he said money,
anto them, In what Mary, cthe brother Lu. 5.3.
place soever ye enter of James, and Joses, k Ac. 12. 8. into an house, there and of Juda, and Si- i Ma. 10.11. abide till ye depart mon and are not his Lu. 9. 4. from that place. sisters here with us? .& 10.7, 8.
11 m And whoso. And they d were of. Ma. 10.14. ever shall not receive fended at him.
Ac. 13. 61. you, nor hear you, 4 But Jesus said
& 18.6. when
depart anto them, • A pro
thence, i shake of
carpenter, the son of general for
John beheaded MARK VI.
by Herod. the dust under your) A. D. 31. dias' sake, his brother feet for a testimony 7 Gr. or.
Philip's wife : for he against them. Verily
had married her.
o Ja. 5. 14, I say unto you, It
18 For John had shall be more tolera- p Ma. 14, 1. said unto Herod, s It
. . ble for Sodom and
& 3. 1.
is not lawful for thee Gomorrha in the day & 13. 31.
to have thy brother's of judgment, than for & 23. 7. wife. that city.
q Ma, 16.14.
19 Therefore Hero12 And they went ch. 8. 28. dias had I a quarrel out, and preached Ma. 14. 2. against
and that men should re- Lu, 3. 19. would have killed pent.
s Le. 18. 16. him ; but she could 13 And they cast & 20. 21. not: out many devils, and 1 Or, an
20 For Herod t fear. anointed with
oil inward ed John, knowing many that were sick, grudge. that he was a just and healed them. t Mu. 14. 5. man and an holy, and 14 P And king He
& 21. 6. observed him; and rod heard of him ; Or, kept when he heard him, (for his name was him, or, sav. he did many things, spread abroad :) and ed him.
and heard him gladly. he said, That John u Ma, 14.6. 21 u And when a the Baptist was risen Ge. 40. 20. convenient day was from the dead, apd
Da. 5. 1.
that Herod therefore
Ho. 7. 5. mighty
Ac. 12. 21. works do shew forth I Pe. 4. 3. made a supper to his themselves in him. Re. 11. 10. lords, high captains,
15 4 Others said, y Es.5. 3. 6. and chief estates of That it is Elias. And & 7. 2. Galilee ; others said, that it is Pr. 6. 2. 22 And when the
Ma. 4. 9. a prophet, or as one
daughter of the said of the prophets.
Herodias came 16 r But when He-ver. 22- and
danced, and rod heard thereof, he
* Salome, pleased Herod and said, It is John,
them that sat with
wards met whom I beheaded : with a violent him, the king said he is rise from the and untimely unto the damsel, Ask dead. death.
whatsoever 17 For Herod him. Both her thou wilt, and I will self had sent forth Herod died give it thee. and laid hold upon in disgrace
23 And he sware Jabn, and bound him and exilo. unto her, Whatsoin prison for llero
ever thou shalt ask
John Baptist MARK VI.
beheaded of me, I will give it A. D. 32. Jesus, and told him thee, unto the half
all things, both what of my kingdom. z Ma. 14. 9. they had done, and
24 And she went + Or, one of what they had taught. forth, and said unto his guard. 31 b And he said her mother, What
a Lu. 9. 10.
unto them, Come ye shall I ask? And she
& 10. 17.
yourselves apart into said, The head of b ch. 1. 45. a desert place, and John the Baptist. & 3. 7.
rest a while : for 25 And she came Jno. 6. 1. there c were many in straightway with c ch. 3. 20. coming and going, haste unto the king, a Ma. 14. 13. and they had no leiand asked, saying, I
sure so much as to will that thou give iki.22.17. eat. me by and by in a 2Ch.18.16. 32 d And they decharger the head of La. 1. 6. parted into a desert John the Baptist.
Ze. 10. 2.
place by ship private26 z And the king
& 14. 14.
ly. was exceeding sorry; & 15. 32.
33 And the people yet for his oath's sake, He. 2. 17. saw them departing, and for their sakes & 4. 15. and many knew him, which sat with bim,he f Lu. 9. 11. and ran afoot thither would not reject her.* 8 Ma. 14. 15. out of all cities, and
27 And immedi- Lu. 9. 12. outwent them, and ately the king sent
came together unto an t executioner, and ver. 26–
* The rashcommanded his head ness and fol- 34 e And
Jesus, to be brought: and ly of Herod's when he came out. he went and behead- oath could be saw much people, ed him in the prison, exceeded by, and was moved with 28 And brought his nothing, bat
toward head in a charger, and wretch-them, because they
the borrible compassion and gave it to the ed purpose to were as sheep not damsel : and the which it was having a shepherd : damsel gave it to her perverted; he and he began to mother.
them many 29 And when his murder to the things. disciples heard of it, false imputa- 35 & And when the they came and took tion of per- day was
now far up his corpse, and jury, by
complying laid it in a tomb.
spent, his disciples with this
came unto him, and 30 a And the apos- inhuman de- said, This is a desert tles gathered them- mand ! place, and now the selves together unto
Itime is far passed :
real guilt of teach