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lepers cleansed. him, Make ready wherewith I the kingdom of Godshould come, may sup, and gird thyself, and he answered them, and said, The serve me, till I have eaten and kingdom of God cometh not with drunken; and afterward thou observation. shalt eat and drink ?

21 Neither shall they say, Lo 9 Doth he thank that servant here; or, lo there! for, behold, because he did the things that the kingdom of God is within were commanded him? I trow you. not.

| 22 | And he said unto the dis10 So likewise ye, when ye ciples, The days will come, when shall have done all those things ye shall desire to see one of the which are commanded you, say, days of the Son of man, and ye We are unprofitable servants : shall not see it. we have done that which was our 23 And they shall say to you, cluty to do.

See here; or, see there: go not 11 | And it came to pass, as after them, nor follow them. he went to Jerusalem, that hel 24 For as the lightning, that passed through the midst of Sa- lighteneth out of the one part unmaria and Galilee.

. der heaven, shineth unto the other 12 And, as he entered into a part under heaven; so shall also: certain village, there met him the Son of man be in his day. ten men that were lepers, which 25 But first must he suffer mastood afar off :

ny things, and be rejected of this 13 And they lifted up their generation, voices, and said, Jesus, Master, 26 And as it was in the days of have mercy on us.

Noe, so shall it be also in the 14 And, when he saw them, he days of the Son of man: said unto them, Go shew your- 27 They did eat, they drank, selves unto the priests. And it they married wives, they were came to pass, that, as they went, given in marriage, until the day they were cleansed:

that Noe entered into the ark; 15 And one of them, when he and the flood came, and destroysaw that he was healed, turned ed them all. back, and with a loud voice glo- 28 Likewise also, as it was in rified God,

the days of Lot, they did eat, 16 And fell down on his face at they drank; they bought, they his feet, giving him thanks: and sold, they planted, they builded : he was a Samaritan. .

| 29 But the same day that Lot 17 And Jesus answering; said, went out of Sodom, it rained fire Were there not ten cleansed ? but and brimstone from heaven, and where are the nine ?

destroyed them all. 18 There are not found that re- 30 Even thuis shall it be in the turned to give glory to God, save day when the Son of man is rethis stranger.

vealed. 19 And he said unto him, A- 31 In that day, he which shall rise, go thy way; thy faith hath be upon the house-top, and his inadece whole.

stuff in the house, let him 100 20 91 And when he was de- come down to take it away : manded of the Pharisees, when and he that is in the field, The importunate widow. Chap. xviii. The Pharisee and publicair. let him likewise not return back.Jthem speedily. Nevertheless,

32 Remember Lot's wife. when the Son of man cometh,

33 Whosoever shall seek to shall he find faith on the earth? save his life shall lose it; and 9.1 And he spake this parable whosoever shall lose his life shall unto certain which trusted in preserve it.

themselves that they were rightc34 I tell you, In that night there ous, and despised others : shall be two men in one bed; thel 10 Two men went up into the one shall be taken, and the other temple to pray; the one a Pharishall be left.

see, and the other a publican. 35 Two women shall be grind 11 The Pharisee stood and ing together; the one shall be prayed thus with himself, God, I taken, and the other left. thank thee, that I am not as other

36 Two men shall be in the men are, extortioners, unjust, field; the one shall be taken, and adulterers, or even as this public the other left.

can. 37 And they answered, and said 12 I fast twice in the week, I unto him, Where, Lord ? And give tithes of all that I possess. he said unto them, Wheresoever 13 And the publicair, standing the body is, thither will the ea-lafar off, would not lift up.so much gles be gathered together. as his eyes unto heaven, but

CHAP. XVIII. smote upon his breast, saying, The importunate widow. God be merciful to me a sinner.

ND he spake a parable unto 14 I tell you, This man irent A them, to this end, that men down to his house justified rather ought always to pray, and not to than the other : for every one that faint;

exalteth himself shall be abased; 2 Saying, There was in a city a and he that humbleth himself shall judge, which fearedi not God, nei- be exalted. ther regarded man:

| 15 | And they brought unto 3 And there was a widow in that him also infants, that he would city; and she came unto him, touch them: but when his discisaying, Avenge me of mine ad-ples saw it, they rebuked them. versary.

19 But Jesus called them unto 4 And he would not for a while: him, and said, Suffer little chilbut afterward he said within him-dren to come unto me, and forself, Though I fear not God, bid them not : for of such is the nor regard man;

kingdom of God. 5 Yet, because this widow 17 Verily I say unto you, Whotroubleth me, I will avenge her, soever shall not receive the kinglest by her continual coming she dom of God as a little child, shall weary me.

lin no wise enter therein. 6 And the Lord said, Hear 18 TAnd a certain ruler asked what the unjust judige saith. him, saying, Good Master, what

7 And shall not God avenge his shall I do to inherit eternal life? own elect, which cry dayandnight' 19 And Jesus said unto him, unto him, though he bear long Why callest thou me good ? noné. with them?

lis good, save one, that is, God. 8 I tell you, that he will avengel 20 Thouknowest the command

The danger of riches. S. Luke. The blind man healed. ments, Do not commit adultery, mocked, and spitefully entreated, Do not kill, Do not steal, Do not and spitted on; bear false witness, Honour thy 33 And they shall scourge him, father and thy mother,

and put him to death : and the 21 And he sail, All these have third day he shall rise again. I kept from my youth up.

34 And they understood none 22 Now, when Jesus heard of these things; and this saying these things, he said unto him, was hid from them, neither knew Yet lackest thou one thing: sell they the things which werespoken, all that thou hast, and distribute 35 9 And it came to pass, that, unto the poor, and thou shalt as he was come nigh unto Jericho, have treasure in heaven; and a certain blind man sat by the waycome, follow me.

side begging: 23 And when he heard this, he 36 And hearing the multitude was very sorrowful: for he was pass by, he asked what it meant, very rich,

37 And they told him, that Je. 24 And, when Jesus saw that he sus of Nazareth passeth by. was very sorrowful, he said, How 38 And he cried, saying, Jesus, hardly shall they that have riches thou son of David, have mercy enter into the kingdom of God! on me.

25 For it is easier for a camel to 39 And they which went before go through a needle's eye, than for rebuked him, that he should hold a rich man to enter into the king- his peace; but he cried so much dom of God.

the more, Thou son of David, have 26 And they that heard it said, mercy on me, Who then can be saved ? 140 And Jesus stood, and com

27 And he said, The things manded him to be brought unto which are impossible with men him: and, when he was come are possible with God.

Inear, he asked him, 28 9 Then Peter said, Lo, we 41 Saying, What wilt thou that have left all, and followed thee. I shall co unto thee? And he

29 And he said unto them, Ve- said, Lord, that I may receive rily I say unto you, There is no my sight... man that hath left house, or pa-_ 42 And Jesus said unto him, rents, or brethren, or wife, or Receive thy sight: thy faith hath children, for the kingdom of God's saved thee. sake,

43 And immediately he receiv30 Who shall not receive mani-led his sight, and followed him, fold more in this present time, glorifying God: and all the peoand in the world to come life ple, when they saw it, gave praise everlasting.

unto God. 31 Then he took unto him the CHAP, XIX. twelve, and said unto them, Be- The publican Zaccheus. holl, we go up to Jerusalem, and A ND Hesus entered and passall things that are written by the F ed through Jericho.

prophets concerning the Son of 2 And, behold, there wasa man · man shall be accomplished. named Zaccheus, which was the

32 For he shall be delivered chics among the publicans, and unto the Gentiles, and shall be he was rich.

Zaccheus the
Chap. xix.

publicari. 3 And he sought to see Jesus ing, We will not have this man to who he was; and could not for reign over us. , : the press, because he was little of 15 And it came to pass, that stature.

when he was returned, having 4 And he ran before, and received the kingdom, then he climbed up into a sycamore-tree commanded these servants to be to see him ; for he was to pass called unto him, to whom he had that way.

given the money, that he might 5 And, when Jesus came to the know how much every man had place, he looked up, and saw him, gained by trading. and said unto him, Zaccheus, 16 Then came the first, say. make haste, and come down ; for ing, Lord, thy pound hath gained to-day I must abide at thy house. ten pounds.

6 And he made haste, and camel 17 And he said unto him, Well, down, and received him joy- thou good servant; because thou fully.

hast been faithful in a very little, ✓ And when they saw it, they have thou authority over ten ciall murmured, saying, That he ties. was gone to be guest with a man 18 And the second came, saythat is a sinner.

ling, Lord, thy pound hath gain8 And Zaccheys stood, and saided five pounds. into the Lord, Behold, Lord, the 19 And he said likewise to him, half of my goods I give to the Be thou also over five cities. poor; and if I have taken any 20 And another came, saying, thing from any man by false ac- Lord, behold, here is thy pound, cusation, I restore him fourfold, which I have kept laid up in a

9 And Jesus said unto him, napkin: This day is salvation come to this 21 For I feared thee, because house, forasmuch as he also is a thou art an austere man; thou son of Abraham.

takest up that thou lavest not 10 For the Son of man is come down, and reapest that thou didst to seek and to save that which was not sow. ļost.

22 And he saith unto him, Out 11 | And, as they heard these of thine own mouth will I judge things, he added, and spake a pa- thee, thou wicked servant. Thou rable, because he was nigh to knewest that I was an austere Jerusalem, and because they man, taking up that I laid not

should immediately appear. sow:

12 He said, therefore, A certain 23 Wherefore then gavest not nobleman went into a far country thou my money into the bank, to receive for himself a kingdom, that at my coming I might have and to return,

Frequired mine own with usury ? 13 And he called his ten ser- 24 And he said unto them that vants, and delivered them ten stood by, Take from him the pounds, and said unto them, Oc-pound, and gave it to him that cupy til I come.

hath ten pounds. 11 But his citizens hatevi him, 25 (And they said unto him, andisent a message after him, say. Lord, he hath ten pounds.)

Christ entereth Jerusalem, S. Luke. and weepeth over it.

26 For I say unto you, Thail 38 Saying, Blessed be the King unto every one which hath, shall that cometh in the name of the be given; and from him that hath Lord : peace in heaven, and glory not, even that he hath, shall be in the highest. taken away from him.

39 And some of the Pharisees 27 But those mine enemies, from among the multitude said which would not that I should unto him, Master, rebuke thy reign over them, bring hither, disciples. and slay them before me. 1 40 And he answered, and said

28 | And when he had thus unto them, I tell you, Thatif these spoken he went before, ascending should hold their peace, the up to Jerusalem.

stones would immediately cry 29 And it came to pass, when out. he was comenigh to Bethphageand 41 | And when he was come Bethany, at the mount called the near, he beheld the city, and mount of Olives, he sent two of wept over it, his disciples,

| 42 Saying, If thou hadst 30 Saying, Go ye into the vil- known, even thou, at least in lage over against you; in the this thy day, the things which bewhich, at your entering, ye shall\long unto thy peace! but now find a colt tied, whereon yet never they are hid from thine eyes.. man sat: loose him, and bring 43 For the days shall come upbim hither.

on thee, that thine enemies shall 31 And if any man ask you, cast a trench about thee, and Why do ye loose him ? thus shall compass thee round, and keep ye say unto him, Because the thee in on every side, Lord hath need of him.

44 And shall lay thee even with 32 And they that were sent the ground, and thy children withwent their way, and found even in thee; and they shall not leave as he had said unto them. Jin thee one stone upon another:

33 And, as they were loosing because thou knewest not the the colt, the owners thereof said time of thy visitation. unto them, Why loose ye thel 45 And he went into the temcolt?

ple, and began to cast out them 34 And they said, The Lord that sold therein, and them that hath need of him.

bought; 35 And they brought him to 46 Saying unto them, It is Jesus: and they cast their gar- written, My house is the house ments upon the colt, and they set of prayer : but ye have made it a Jesus thereon. .

den of thieves. 36 And, as they went, they 47 91 And he taught daily in the spread their clothes in the way. temple. But the chief priests,

37 And when he was come and the scribes, and the chief of nigh, even now at the descent of the people, sought to destroy him; the mount of Olives, the whole 48 And could not find what multitude of the disciples began they might do: for all the people to rejoice, and praise God with a were very attentive to hear him. loud voice, for all the inighty

CHAP. XX. works that they had scen;

Christ's authority avouched.

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