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others cut down i branches from the trees, and strawed"' them in the way. o. And the multitudes that went before, and that followed, cried, k faying, (1) Hofanna to tie son of David: blessed is hie that cometh in the name of the Lord, Hofanna in the highest, ic' And when he \ was come into Jerusalem, all the city was moved, fayMg, Who is this? 11. And the multitude said, This is Jelus the prophet of* Nazareth of Galilee. 12. % And Jesus" went into the Temple of God, and 6 cast out all them that ,fbld and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the money-changers, and the feats of" theiiri

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*•« arid put It under him on the cometh in the Name of the Lord; jJP of the Stairs, and blew with l* Mar. 1*1.15. And they come to) Tampers, faying, Jehu is King. Jerusalem, and Jesus went info . !urJJ, 40, Ye shall take you the Temple and began, &c. . at

Doughs of goodly Trees, branch- y here. * Lfck. 19. 45. And he went t: of Palm-trees.— t See 1 Mac. into the Temple, and began to Jfrfl- Entred into it — with cast out them that fold, and them Thanksgiving, and Branches of that bought. * Joh. a. 13, iy. Je'"*■'««/.— f 1 Mac. 10.7. They sus went up to Jerusalem, and when trauhet, and fair Boughs, and 10 he had made a Scourge of small f'*"!ib, and sang Psalms unto Cords, he drove them all out of TM that had given them good the Temple, and the Sheep.and the Mccess in cleansing his Place. Oxen; and poured out the Chang

v '2 l1' Much People— ers money, and overthrew the TM* I'whes of Palm-trees, and 1 y Tables.

*ent forth to meet him, and cri- m f Mat. 2. aj. And he came TM> Hofanna, blessed is the King of and dwelt in a City called Nazareth,

»*i that cometh in the Name of that it might be fulfilled which wetord. Was spoken by the Prophets, He

>.J pM. 118. 2y, 26*. Save now aoshaM be called a Nazarene.

thee, O Lord t O Lord, I nV Mar. 11. n.Jesus entred thee, send now Prosperity, into Jerusalem, and into the Tem

e|lto be he that cometh in the pit.— Luk. 19. 45. Joh. a. ij* "imeofrhe Lord: we have blessed The Words under ver. 10. C°«of the House of the Lord, ay 0 Psal 93. y. Holiness becometh mt53- 39- Blessed is he that thine House, O Lord, for ever.

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that sold doves, 13. And said unto them, It is wrist ^ My houle fliall be called the house of Prayer, but have made it a deu of thieve?. 14. And the blind i the lame came to him in the temple, and he healed thi 15. And when the chief priests and icribes saw the bw derful things that he did, and the children crying in temple, and faying, Hofanna to the son of Davids tl were c lpre displeased. 16. And said unto him, Heai thou what these say? And Jesus iaith unto them,^ have ye never read, d Out of the mouth of babes sucklings thou hast perfected praise? 17- % And he them, and went out of the city into * Bethany, and lodged there. 18. Now in the morning f as he retui into the city,he hungred. 19. And when he law * a * fig\Xjr.ontFig'tree2 in the way, he came to it, and found not! thereon, but h leaves only, and laid unto it, Let no i grow on thee henceforward fen- ever. And presently fig-tree withered away. 20. And when the disciples it, they marvelled, saying, How soon Is the fig-tree the red away! 21. Jesus answered and said unto tl Verily I lay unto you, If ye have ; faith, and doubt ye stiall not only do this which is done to the fig-tree, also if ye shall say unto this mountain, Be thou remo and be thou cast into the sea, it shall I* done. 22. all things whatsoever ye sljall k ask in Prayer, belies ye shall receive. 23. ^f And when he * was come

a*See on Mar. 11. 17. w»s nigh unto Jerusalem,:

b Isa. »<5. 11. Lord, when thy fifteen furlongs off. titnd is lifted up they will not fee; f* See on Mar. II, 12,13.

but they stiall fee, and be ashamed E Luk. 15 6. A certain

for their Envy at the People— 5 had a Fig tree planted in his' c Act. 4. a. The Priests - being yard, and he came and (1 grieved that they taught the Peo- Fruit thereon, and found non pie.—* Act. 13. 4j. When the h a Tim. 3. 5. Having a

Jews saw the multitudes, they . of Giillineft, but denying rbe ■were fitted with Eirvy, and spake a- joer thereof

fainst those things which were spo- 't Luk. 17 6". -J Jam.

en by Paul, contradicting and V 1 Cor. 13. a. See on blaspheming. 17. 30.

d * Psal 8. 1. Outtf the mouth k f Mar. 11. 04. f ^

cf B»iet and Sucklings hast thou 159. + 1 Joh. 3. 11. f J»hordained Stiength, because of thine See on Mat. 7. 7. Enemies, that thnu mightest still '* Mar. 11. 27. And they

the Enemy and the Avenger. again to Jerusalem j and 1

*t Jot «• »8. NOW &thtny

the temple, the chief priests and the elders of the people came unto him as he was teaching, and laid, By what B authority doest thou these things, and who gav» thee this authority? 24. And Jesus answered and laid mto them, I also will ask you one thing, whkh if y tell me, I in likewise will tell you by what authority I do these things. 25. The baptism of John, whence was it? from heaven, or of men? and they reasoned with themselves, faying, If we mail fay, From heaven ^ he will »y "nto us, Why did ye not' then believe him? 26". But if we lhall fay, Of'men-, we sear the People} for uL John as a Prophet. 27. And they answered and laid, We cannot tell. And he said unto them, Neither tell I yOU by xv^At authority I do these things. » ^ Bat 0 what think you? A certain man had two jons, and he came to the first, and said, Son, go work to day ia my vineyard. 29. He answered and said, I wits mt: but afterward he repented and went. 30. And he

7s? the second> and said likewise. And he answered, aw laid, I q0 flr. and wetlt Jlot> 3,# Whether of them wan did the Will of his father? They fay unto him,

Wat the P publicans and the (0 harlpts go into the fcngaom of God before you. 32. For • John came uotci you

I 3 in

S*S?3 In the Temple, there made thee a Rnltr and a J*dp «»v«t

«TM to h,m the chief PriestS,and us? ^

* T a!!d the Elders- *Luk- n Sec on Mar-11 »•

in iki T i tan8ht the People ° V Ecclesiastical 19.1s. If a Cns»i I"p e' and Pr«*ched the $ Servant fay to his Master, I vis ScX C chief Pricsts *nd mt do as 11 tlt*f,tb though Elders' ""^ Up0,, *ftermsrd he do it, he angreth him

m+r . that nourifheth him.

>Mod. s. 14. He said, whp » f Luk 7. *9, All the fTM«aPr,v« and a Judge over .-People that heard him, and the LEElft* tho°10 *iH Ofe. « PM'cmt, justified God, being ««WWft the Egyptian ? t Act. baptized with the Baptism of !^ they had set them in John. But the Pharisees and W I they asked' B> **" Lawyers rejected the Counsel of v. J' 0r,by what Name, have,..God against themselves, being + Ast 7- >7- He '* not baptized of him. * Srti s NeiBhbo«r wrong, q t Mat. 5. 8. Bring forth thereftim away, faying, Who fore Fruits meet for Repentance,

That is, those who had been Publican! and Harlow, b«t Kclainei, these go, &t.

in. the. way of righteousness, and ye believed him n but she * publicans and the harlots believed him. i y*e when ye had seen it, repented not afterward, that might .believe him. 33. ^[ Hear another Parable: Thai •was a certain houfholder which b planted a vineyard, ar hedged It round about, aud digged a wine-press in i and built a tower, and let it out to Husbandmen, an went into a c far country. 34. And when the time < the fruit drew near, he sent his servants to the husbmi| It en, that they might d receive the fruits of it. 35. k the husbandmen took his servants, and c beat one, a] killed another, and stoned another. 36V Again he si

Vt-Lnk. 3- 1*113- Then came ling into a far Country, tec.

also Publicans to be baptized, and "t Cant. 8. n. The Words t

said unto him, Master, what stall der ver. 33. Ver. 12. My fi\

we dp? And he said unto them, yard which is mine is beforem

•' Exact'no more than that which is J thou, O Solomon, must hart

appointed you. thousand, and those that keep|

> .■ t Psal- 80. 9. Thou prepa- Fruit thereof two Hundred.

rest room before it, and didst cause e 2 Chron. 36. 16V They mi

jt to take deep Root, and it filled the Messengers of God, and dtm

the Land." f Cant. 8. 11. Solo-10 his Words, and misused his ft

." moh had a Vineyard at Baal-hamon, phets, until the Wrath of theU

he let out the Vineyard unto Keep, arose against his People. — I

ers: every one for the Fruit 9.26. They were disobedient«

thereof was to bring a thousand rebelled against thee, and casts

Pieces of Silver. *Isa. 5. 1. Now iy Law behind their backs, and)

•will I* sing to my well-beloved, a thy Prophets which testified agii

Song of my beloved touching his them to turn them to thee

Vineyard:. My beloved hath a Jer. 37. Ij. The Princes ■

■f'ineyard in a very fruitful Hill. wroth with Jeremiah, and/*««!»

. Ter.: a. 21. I had planted thee a 20 and put.him in Prison. Mat

noble Vine wholly a right Seed: 37. O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, d

How then art thou turned into that Vilest the Prophets, and^i

the degenerate Plant of a strange them which are sent unto thee

Vine unto me? ' * Mar. ja, 1. A Acts 7. 51, 52. —As your Frt

certain Mai)planted a Vineyard, and 2- did, so do ye. Which of theP

set an Hedge . about it, and digged phets have not your Fathers ri

a Place for the Wine-fat, and built cuted} and they have stain tb

a Tower, and let it out to Hus- which stewed before oftheCo

bandmen, and went intq a far ing of the just one; of whom

Country. * Luk. ,20. 9. A cer-^ohave been now the betrayers 1

tain man planted a Vineyards and let Murderers. Act:. 7. S9' ^

it'forth to Husbandmen, and went stoned Stephen.—2 Cor. il

into a far Country for a long Once Was I stoned, i Thef. 1

time. •--:'• .— —*--—.-.; Who both killed the Lord JeM

c +.Mat. 25, 14, 15. The King-35and their own Prophets, and h>

■dorrtof Heaven Is aWmaW travel* persecuted us, —>' . other servants, more than the first: and they did unto them, likewise- '37. But last of all, he sent unto them his son, saying, They will reverence, my son. 38. But when the husbandraensaw the lbn,. They, said among themselves, This is } the Heir, come, let us E kill him, and let us seize' on 'his inheritance. 39. And they caught him, and h cast him our of the vineyard, and slew him. - 40. When the Lord therefore of the vineyard cometh, what will he do unto thole husbandmen? 41. They fay unto him, He will miserably 1 destroy those wicked men, and will k let out his vineyard untoother husbandmen, which mall render him the fruits in their seasons. 42'. ]esus faith unto them, Did ye 'never read in the scriptures, The stone which the Builders rejected, the fame is become the head of the corner: this is the Lord's doing, and it is marvellous in our eyes? 43. Therefore fay I unto you, The kingdom of God 111 shah be taken from you, and given to a nation bringing forth the Fruits thereo£ 44. And whosoever shall n fall on this stone shall kbroken: but on whomsoever it shall soil, it will 0 grind

I 4 him

ftPsil. 2. 8. Ask of me, and I that the Word of God sliould first

Ml give thee, the Heathen for have been spoken unto you: but

Jine Inheritance, and the utmost seeing you put it from you, and

r«ts of the Earth fur thy Possefli- judge your selves unworthy of

*>■ tHeb. 1. 2. G^ d—hath in everlasting Life, lo, we turn to the *tfe last Days spoken unto us by 5 Gentiles. Act. 28. 28. Be it known

•"Son, whom he hath appointed unto you, that the salvation of

of all things. God is sent unto the Gentiles, and

I * Mat. 26. 3. Then assembled that they will hear it.

%ther the chief Priests, and the 1 * Psal. 118. 22. * Act. 4. ir. bribes, and the Elders of the Peo- See on Luk. 2.34; Pfe. unto the Palace of the High *" t Mat 8.12. The Children of Priest; f Mar. 27. i.When the the Kingdom shall be cast into Morning was come, all the chief outer Darkness: there shall be "i'sts and Elders of the People, j r weeping and gnashing of Teeth. '°°k Counsel against Jesus to put n Msa. 8. 14. t Zech. Is. 3. h!mto Jtgth. *Joh. ri. 53. From t Luk. 20. 18. * Rom. 9. 33. 1 that Day forth, they took Counsel Pet. 2. 7. See on Luk. a. 34. t0S«her for to put him to 0 V Isa. 60. 12. The Nation and bub. ^ Kingdom that will not serve thee

b Heb. 13. 12. Jesus —suffered yea, those Nations shall *"W the Gate. oe utterly wasted. '.' Dan 2. 34.

't See Luk. 20. 16. He shall Thou sawest till that a Stone Was Co«ieand destroy these Husband- cut out without Hands, which, nen. and shall give \he Vineyard smote'the Image upon his I'tef Mothers. "... 2 > that were of Iron and Clay, ana

II Aft. 13. 45; It was necessary . brak-. theracc*

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