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f 25 When his disciples heard market-place, it, they were exceedingly 4 And said unto them; Go amazed, saying, Who then ye also into the vineyard, can be saved?

and whatsoever is right I will t 26 But Jesus beheld them, give you. And they went and said untothem, With men their way. this is impossible; but with 5 Again he went out about God all things are possible. the sixth and ninth hour, t 27 ( Then answered Peter and did likewise. and said unto him, Behold, 6 And about the eleventh we have forsaken all, and hour he went out, and found followed thee; what shall we others standing idle, and have therefore?

saith unto them, Why stand b 28 And Jesus said unto ye here all the day idle? them, Verily I say unto you, 7 They say unto him, BeThat ye which have followed cause no man hath me, in the regeneration when He saith unto them; Go ye the Son of man shall sit in also into the vineyard; and the throne of his glory, ye whatsoever is right, that also shall sit upon twelve shall ye receive. thrones, judging the twelve 8 So when even was come, tribes of Israel.

the lord of the vineyard saith b 29 And every one that hath unto his steward, Call the laforsaken houses, or brethren, bourers, and give them their or sisters, or father, or mo-hire, beginning from the last ther, or wife, or children, or untó the first. lands, for my name's sake, 9 And when they came that shall receive hundred were hired about the eleventh fold, and shall inherit ever- hour, they received every lasting life.

man a penny. 30 But many that are first 10 But when the first came, shall be last; and the last they supposed that they shall be first.

should have received more; i CHAP. XX.

and they likewise received For the kingdom of hea- every man a penny.

ven is like unto a man c 11 And when they had rethat

an householder, ceived it, they murmured which went out early in the against the good man of the morning to hire labourers louse', into his vineyard.

12 Saying, These last have 2 And when he had agreed wrought but one hour, and with the labourers for a thou hast made them equal penny a day, he sent them unto us, which have borne the into his vineyard.

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and whatsoever is right I will ntothem, With men their way.

And they went possible; but with 5 Again he went out about nings are possible. the sixth and ninth hour, nen answered Peter and did likewise.

unto him, Behold, 6 And about the eleventh e forsaken all, and hour he went out, and found d thee; what shall we others standing idle, and herefore?

saith unto them, Why stand nd Jesus said unto ye here all the day idle? Verily I say unto you, 7 They say unto him, Beye which have followed cause no man hath hired us. n the regeneration when He saith unto them; Go ye Son of man shall sit in (also into the vineyard; and throne of his glory, ye whatsoever is right, that

shall sit upon tivelve shall ye receive. nes, judging the twelve 8 So when even was come, s of Israel.

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S. MATTHEW. into Jerusalein. will ye that I shall do unto I went before, and that followyou?

ed, cried, saying, Hosanna to t 33 They say unto him, Lord, the son of David: Blessed is that oureyes may be opened. he that cometh in the name in34 So Jesus had compassion of the Lord; Hosanna in the on them, and touched their highest. eyes: and immediately their : 10 And when he was come eyes received sight, and they into Jerusalem,all the citywas followed him.

moved, saying, Who is this? g CHAP. XXI. g 11 And the multitude said,

when they drew This is Jesus the prophet of nigh unto Jerusalem, Nazareth of Galilee. and were come to Bethphage, /'12 1 And Jesus went into unto the mount of Olives, the temple of God, and cast then sent Jesus two disciples, out all them that sold and 7' 2 Saying unto them, Go into bought in the temple, and the viilage over against you, overthrew the tables of the and straightway ye shall find money-changers, and the an ass tied, and a colt with seats of them that sold doves, her: loose them, and bring d 13 And said unto them, It them unto me.

is written, My house shall be 3 And if any man say aught called the house of prayer; unto you, ye shall say, the but ye have made it a den of Lord hath need of them; and thieves. straightway he will send m14 And the blind and the them.

láme came to him in the tema 4 All this was done, that it ple; and he healed them, might be fulfilled which was i 15 And when the chief spoken bytheprophet, saying, priests and scribes saw the

5 Tell ye the daughter of wonderful things that he did, Sion, Behold, thy king com- and the children crying in eth unto thee, meek, and sit- the temple, and saying, Hoting upon an ass, and a colt sanna to the son of David; the foal of an ass.

they were sore displeased, f6 And the disciples went, a 16 And said unto him, Hearand did as Jesus commanded est thou what these say? And them.

Jesus saith uuto them, Yea; 7 And brought the ass, and have ye never read, Out of the colt, and put on them the mouth of babes and sucktheir clothes, and they set lings thou hast perfected him thereon.

praise? 8. And a very great multi-f 17 And he left them, and tude spread their garments went out of the city into Bein the way; others cut down thany; and he lodged there. branches from the trees, and 18 Now in the morning as strawed them in the way. he returned into the city, he il 9 And the multitudes that I hungered.

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the vineyard. m19 And when he saw a fig all hold John as a prophet. tree in the way, he came to it, 27 And they answered Jeand found nothing thereon, sus, and said, We cannot tell. but leaves only, and said unto And he said unto them, Neiit, Let no fruit grow on thee ther tell I you by what authohenceforward forever. And rity I do these ihings. presently the fig tree wither- i 289 But what think ye? A ed away:

certain man had two sons; 20 And when the disciples and he came to the first, and saw it, they marvelled, say- said, Son, go work to-day in ing, How soon is the fig tree my vineyard. withered away!

29 He answered and said, t 21 Jesus answered and said I will not: but afterward he unto them, Verily I say unto repented, and went. you, If ye have faith, and 30 And he came to the sedoubt not, ye shall not only cond, and said likewise. And do this which is done to the he answered and said, I go, fig tree, but also if ye shall say sir: and went not. unto this mountain, Be thou t 31 Whether of them twain removed, and be thou cast did the will of his firther? They into the sea; it shall be done. say unto him, The first.Jeslig 6 22 And all things, whatso- saith unto them, Verily I say ever ye shall ask m prayer, unto you, That the publicans believing, ye shall receive. and the harlots go into the f 239 And when he was come kingdom of God before you. into the temple, the chief 32 For John came unto you priests and the elders of the in the way of righteousness, people came unto him as he and ye believed him not: but was teaching, and said, By the publicans and the harlots what authority doest thou believed him: and ye, when these things? and wino gave ye had seen it, repented no: thee this authority? afterward, that ye might be

24 And Jesus answered and lieve him. said unto them, I also will ask i 33 Hear another parable: you one thing, which if ye There was a certain house

I in like wise will tell holder, which planted a vineyou by what authority I do yard, and hedget it round ihese things.

about, and digged a wine 25 The baptism of John, press in it, and built a tower, whence was it? from heaven, and let it out to husbandmen, or of men? And they reasoned and went into a far country: with themselves, saying, If

34 And when the time of we shall say, From heaven; the fruit drew near, he sent he will say unto us, Why did his servants to the husbandye not then believe him? men, that they might receive i 26 But if we shall say, of the fruits of it. med; we fear the people; for

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The marriage of S. MATTHEW, the king's son. took his servants, and beat priests and Pharisees had one, and killed another, and heard his parables, they perstoned another.

ceived that he spake of them. 36 Again, he sent other ser- ,46 But when they sought to vants more than the first: and lay hands on him, they feared they did unto them likewise, the multitude, because they

31 But last of all he sent took him for a prophet. unto them his son, saying, CHAP. XXII. They will reverence my son. ND Jesus answered and

38 But when the husband spake unto them again men saw the son, they said by parables, and said, among themselves, This is i 2 The kingdom of heaven the heir; come, let us kill is like unto a certain king, him, and let us seize on his which made a marriage for inheritance.

his son, t 39 And they caught him,

3 And sent forth his serand cast him out of the vine- vants to call them that were yard, and slew him.

bidden to the wedding: and 40 When the lord therefore they woull not come. of the vineyard cometh, what + 4 Again, ie sent forth other will he do unto those hus- servants, saying, Tell them bandmen?

which are bidden, Behold, I t 41 They say unto him, He have prepared my dinner,my will miserably destroy those oxen and my fatlings are killwicked men, and will let outled, and all things are ready: his vineyard unto other hus- come unto the marriage. bandmen, which shall render 5 But they made light of it, him thefruits in their seasons. and went their ways, one to t 42 Jesus saith unto them, his farm, another to his merDid ye never read in the chandise: scriptures, The stone which 6 And the remnant took his the builders rejected, the servants, and entreated them same is become the head of spitefully, and slew them. the corner: this is the Lord's t 7 But when the king heard doing, and it is marvellous thereof; he was wroth: and in our eyes?

he sent forth his armies, and 43 Therefore say I unto destroyed those murderers, you, The kingdom of God and burned up their city. shall be taken from you, and 8 Then saith he to his sergiven to a nation bringing vants, The wedding is ready, forth the fruits thereof. but they which were bidden t 44 And whosoever shall fall were not worthy. on this stone shall be broken: 9 Go ye therefore into the but on whomsoever it shall highways, and as many as ye fall, it will grind him to pow- shall find, bid tothe marriage. der,

10 So those servants went 45 And when the chief lout into the highways, and

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