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CHAP. which I am to be baptized; but to and as soon as ye enter into it ye CHAP A. sit on my right hand, and on my will find a colt tied, on which no 40 left hand, is not mine to give, unless man ever sat, loose it and bring
to those for whom it is prepared.” it. And if any one say unto 3 41 And when the ten heard it, they you, "Why do ye this?' say, The true were moved with indignation against The master hath need of it;' and Christ's
of James and John ; but Jesus called immediately he will send it hither." disciples. the twelve to him, and said unto So they went and found the colt 4
42 them, “ Ye know that the rulers of tied by a door without in the open
the Gentiles exercise a harsh au- street, and they loose it. And 5
thority, and their princes lord it some of those who were standing 43 over them; but let it not be so with there said unto them, " What are
you ; but whosoever wisheth to be ye about, loosing the colt?” And 6
greatest among you, let him be your they said unto the man as Jesus 41 minister; and whosoever wisheth had commanded : so the men suf
to be first of you, let him become fered them. And the disciples 7
of man came not so much to be their garments on it, and set him
garments in the road, and others
titude, blind Bartimeus was sitting who followed, cried out, saying, 47 by the road-side, begging. And“ Save now! blessed be he who
when he heard that it was Jesus cometh in the name of the Lord. 10 of Nazareth, he began to cry out, Blessed be the kingdom of our Father
saying, “ Jesus, thou son of David, which cometh in the name
many charged him to keep silence: dwellest in the highest heavens!”
56 Thou son of David, have pity and after looking about upon every The barre 49 on me.” Then Jesus stood still, thing, when the evening was now hig-free.
and commanded him to be called: come, he went out to Bethany with
ing unto him, “ Take courage; as they went from Bethany, he was
threw off his garment, and arose distance with leaves on, he went,
saith unto him, “What dost thou fruit upon it, for the season of gaa
man said unto him, “ Master, but when he was come to it he
saith unto him," Go thy way; Jesus said unto it, “ Let no one
and followed Jesus in the way. And they come to Jerusalem ; 15 CHAP. Now as Jesus and his disciples and Jesus went into the temple, and Jesus cle
se come near to Jerusalem, at Beth- turned out those who were selling the tem Jesus en- phage and Bethany, by the mount and buying in the temple, and 16 lem in tri- 9
Så of Olives, he sendeth two of his overthrew the tables of the moneyumph. " disciples, saying unto them, “Go changers, and the seats of them
2 into ihe village over against you, that sold doves; and suffered no
CHAP. one to carry any vessel through the tism of John from heaven, or from CHAP.
temple. And he taught, saying men? Answer me.” And they rea- Xll. 17 unto them, “ Is it not written, soned among themselves, saying,
My house shall be called an house “ If we answer, From heaven,' he 31 of prayer for all nations ?' but ye will say, "Why then did ye not be
have made it a den of robbers." | lieve him?' And if we say, “From 32 18 And the scribes, and the chief men,' we are in danger from the
priests heard, and sought how they people ;" for they all held John to
him, because all the multitude was answered Jesus, “We cannot tell." 19 astonished at his doctrine. And in And Jesus answered them, “ Nei.
the evening, he went as usual out ther do I tell you by what authority
I do these things. 20 And in the morning, as they were Now Jesus began to speak unto CHAP. with in passing by, they saw the fig-tree them in parables. “A man planted a x od read withered away from the roots; and vineyard, and put a fence about it, Parable of
Peter recollecting the circumstance, and dug a wine-vat, and built a the labour91 said unto him, “ Master, behold ! tower, and let it out to husband- vineyard.
this fig-tree which thou didst de- men, and went from home. And 2
vote to destruction is withered at the proper season he sent to the 22 away." And Jesus answering, husbandmen a servant, to receive
saith unto them, “ Have' faith in from them the fruit of the vineyard. 23 God. For verily I say unto you, But they took him and beat him, 3 · Whosoever shall say to this moun- and sent him away empty. Again, 3
tain, Be thou removed and cast he sent unto them another servant;
have whatever he shall say done again, he sent another; and him 24 unto him. Concerning this point, they slew : and of inany others,
I say unto you, what things soever some they beat, and some they
believe that ye will receive them, beloved by him, he sent him also 25 and ye shall have them. And when | last unto them, saying, “o They
ye pray, forgive, if ye have aught will reverence my son.” But those 7
us kill him, and the inheritance 27 And they return to Jerusalem ; I will be ours.” So they took him, 8 sus vin- and as he was walking about in the and killed him, and cast him out of oduct. temple, the chief priests, and the the vineyard. What therefore will 9
scribes, and the elders, come to him, the owner of the vineyard do? He 28 and say, “ By what authority doest will come and destroy those hus
thou these things, and who gave bandmen, and give the vineyard to
thee this authority to do them?" be occupied by others. 29 Then Jesus answered, “I will alsol" Have ye not read this scrip- 10
ask you one thing, and if ye answer ture, The stone which the build- Applied to me, I will tell you by what authori-ers rejected, is become the head of the
ution of the 30 ty I do these things. Was the bap- the corner : this is the Lord's do-jews.
CHAP. ing, and it is wonderful in our her.” Then Jesus answered, and CHAP,
And they sought to appre-said unto them, “Do ye not err con- * Psal. hend him, but feared the people ; cerning this matter, from not con- 24 cxviii. 22. for they knew that he had spoken sidering the scriptures nor the pow
12 this parable against them ; but they er of God? For when the dead rise 25
feared the multitude, so they left again, there will be no marrying,
nor giving in marriage, but they 13 Then they send unto him some will be as the angels that are ini Questions of the Pharisees and the Herodians | heaven. Now concerning the dead, 26 about pay. to catch him by questions. And that they are to be raised, have ye ing tribute.
' when they were come, they say un-| not read in the book of Moses, how
thou art true, and fearest no one, / ing, “I am the God of Abraham,
give, or should we not give ?". Then one of the scribes came 28 15 But he perceiving their hypocrisy, near, and having heard them rea
said unto them, “Why are ye try: soning together, and perceiving
ing me? Bring me a denarius, that that Jesus had answered them well,
une ; and he saith unto them, commandment of all ?” And Jesus 29
and with all thy strength.' This is 18 Then the Sadducees come to the first commandment. And the 31 Of the re- him, who say there is no resurrec-second is like unto it: 'Thou shalt Lev. rrection. tion, and they asked him, saying, I love thy neighbour as thyself.' XIX. 18.
" Master, Moses gave us this law. There is no other commandment 19 If a man's brother die, and leave a greater than these.” And the 32
wife without children, his brother scribe said unto him, “ In trutlı,
shall take his wife, and raise up master, thou had said well, for there 20 children for his brother. Now is one God, and there is none other
there were seven brethren, and the but he ; and to love him with all 33
first took a wife, and died without the heart, and with all the under21 issue; when the second took her, standing, and all the soul, and with 22 and died also without issue; and the all the strength, and to love our
third likewise, and all the seven, neighbour as ourself, is better than
and left no issue. Last of all the all whole burnt-offerings, and sacri-
tion therefore, when they return to answered wisely, said unto him,
? So dead as never to rise from the grave. of the resurrection.
* Must mean, those who are designed to Or want much of being a complcie live again, otherwise this would be no proof Christian.
The Christ or Messiah is lord of Da- the people.
CHAP. ought not (let him who readeth, I generation will not pass away, till CHAP
understand), then let those who are all these things be accomplished. 31
in Judea, flee to the mountains ; The heaven and the earth will 31 15 and let not him who is on the roof sooner pass away, than these words
go down into the house, nor enter of mine pass away.
in to take any thing out of his “ But the very day and hour no 32' 16 house ; and let not him that is in one knoweth, except the Father Time
the field turn back to take away his only, not even the angels that are in 17 garment. But alas ! for them who in heaven, nor the son. Take heed,
are with child, and for them who watch and pray, for ye know not 33 18 give suck in those days! And pray when the time will be. For the 34
that your flight be not in the win- son of man is as one going into
days will be such as hath not been and gave authority to his servants
ation, until now, nor ever will be. and commanded the porter to
those days to be short, no one could know not when the master of the
appointed those days to be short. ing, or early in the morning ; lest 36 2166 And then if any one say unto he come suddenly, and find you
you, · Lo ! here is the Christ,' or sleeping. But what I say unto you 37 22 ilo! there,' believe him not; for I say unto all, · Watch,"
false Christs, and false prophets Now, two days after was the pass. CHAP, will rise, and will propose signs and over, and the time of unleaven- u.
wonders, so as to draw away, if ed bread; and the chief priests, and Conspira 23 they can, even the elect. But do scribes were contriving how they agamst
ye beware: lo! I have told you all might take Jesus, privately, and
kill him. But, they said, “ Not 2
and the moon will not give her And when he was in Bethany, 3 veriment: light, and the stars of heaven will in the house of Simon the leper, as Precious 25 fall, and the 'powers in the hea- he was at table, a woman came, o
* poured or '26 vens will be shaken. And then will having an alabaster box of mixed his head ; be seen the son of man coming in perfumes, a pure, and very costly
the clouds with great power and ointment; and after shaking the box 27 glory; and then he will send his together, poured the ointment out
messengers, and will gather toge- upon his head.
ther his elect from the four winds. Then some expressed their indig- 4
28 “But learn a comparison from nation to each other, saying, “ To which How the the fig-tree: when its branch is now what purpose was this waste of the man
ng of tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye ointment ? for it might have been man is to know that the summer is near; so sold for above three hundred dena- 5 be krown. likewise when ye see these things rii, and given to the poor; and they *29 accomplishing, know that the son murmured against her. But Jesus 6
of man is near, even at the doors. said, " Let her alone, why do ye 30 Verily I say unto you, This very trouble her? She hath done a
? The same as is expressed, Mat, xxiv. 29. 1. Not in person, but in the execution of by the firmament of heaven.