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him to powder. 45. And when the chief Priests and Phari fees had heard his Parable?, they pecrceived that he spake o them. 45. But when they sought to lay hands on him, they feared the multitude^ because they took him for a £ Prophet,
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•A N D Jesus answered and b spake unto them again by Paj \ rabies, and said, 2. The kingdom of heaven is like unto a certain king which made a marriage for his son, 3, And sent forth his servants to call them that were bidden to the wedding: and they would not come. 4. Again he lent forth other servants, saying, Tell them which are bidden, Behold, I have prepared my dinner: c my Oxen and my fatlings are killed, and all things are ready: come unto the marriage. 5. But they A made light of it, and went their ways, one to his farm, another to his merchandize. 6. And the remnant took his servants, and e entreated them spite stilly and slew Nsnw. 7. But when the king heard thereof, he was wroth: and he tent forth f his armies, and destroyed those murderers, and burnt up their city. '8. Then faith he to his servants, The Wedding is ready, but they which were 6 bidden were h not worthy. 9. Qo ye therefore into the 1 highways,
* t Luk. ?.!<?. They glorified him. God, faying, That a great Prophet 'See on Mar. si. 15. is risen up amongst us. t Joh. 7. f t Dan. 9.16. —The People of jp. Many of the People —said, the Prince that shall come, shall Cf a Truth this is the Prophet. y destroy the City and the Sanctua
b*Luk. 14. 16. A certain man ry.-n Luk.1943, The Days fhaH nr.de a great Supper, and bade come upon thee that thine Kxemany. * Rev. 19 7, 9. Let us be miet shall tafi a Trench about thee, glad and rejoice, and give Honour and compass the round, and keep unto him: for the Marriage ofj0rh?e in on every fide, and shall r'he Lamb is come, and his Wife lay thee even with the Ground.—1 hath made ber self ready. —B les- 8 Act. 3. so" Unto you/rrH, God. fed are they which aie called to having raised up his Son Jesus,/Vwr the Mamt<£3 Supper of the him to bless you in turning a,way Lamb. '5 every one of you. from your Ini
c f Prov. 9. 2. She hath killed quities. her B:afis. h £st. 13. 46*. —Seeing ye
d fieb. 1. 3. How shall we eT judge your selves upmrthy of everscape, if we ntgleQ so great S'alva- lasting Life, Ip, we turn to the Wort, which at the first began to be so Gentiles.
spoken by the Loidt and was con? \ Rom, 19. i§, H,ave they no$ firmed unto us by thtu} that heard, k't'rd} ways, and as many as ye shall find, bid to the marriage, io. So those servants went out into the ktrh-v/ayst and k gathered together all as many as they found, both bad and good: and the wedding was furnished with guests. 11. <j[ And when the king came in to see the guests, he law there a man which had not on a 1 wedding-garment: 12. And he faith unto him, Friend, how earnest thou in hither, not having a wedding-garment? And he was speechless. 13. Then said the king to the servants, Bind him hand and foot, and take him away, and cast him into m outer darkness: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth. 14. For many are n called, but few ttre chosen. 15. C Then 0 went the Pharisees, and p took counsel how they might 1 intangle him in his t ilk. 16". And they sent out unto him their dilciple?, with the HerodianSjsaying," Master, we know that thou arc true, and teach
heard: yes, verily, theirwent efh and keefetb his Garments, lest he into »)\ the Earth, and their walk naked, and they fee his Words unto the Ends of the Shame, t Rev. 19. 8. To her World. was granted, that see should be a
k t Mat. 13. 38,47. The Field j rayed in fine Linen, clean and is the W'prld, the good Seed are white: for the fine Linen is the the Children of the Kingdom: Kighteiusness of Saints, but the Tares are the Children of m * See on Mat. 8. is. the wicked one. The Kingdom n * See the Note on Mat *o. of Heaven is like unto a Net that 10 16.
Was cast into the Sea, and gathered 0 * Mar. 12.13. They fend unef every kind. to him certain of the Phariseet, and
1 t a Cor. y. 3. If so be, that lie- of the Herodians, to tateh him ia tag clothed, we fliall not be found his Words. * Luk. so. to. And fiated, t Eph. 4. 24. Put en the Xj they watched him, and sent forth new Man, which after God is ere- Wn, which fheuld feign themited in Righteousness, and true lelves just Men, that they might Holiness, t Col. 3 Jo, 12. And take hold of his Words, that so have/>«<f en the next Man, which is they might deliver him unto the renewed in Knowledge, after the 20 Power and Authority of the GoImage of him that created him. vernour.
Put en therefore (as the Elect of f Pl'al. a. t. The Rulers take God, holy and beloveds Bowels of Counsel together against the Lord, Mercies, kindness, humbleness of and against his anointed. Mind, meekness, Jong-suffering.a- q Jer. 18. 18. Come and let us tRev. 3. 4, 18. Thou hast a few devise device: against Jeremiah — Names even in Sardis, which have * Psil 11. 2. With tattering Lips, net defiled their Garments, and they and with a double Heart do they fliall walk with me in White: for speak. Psal. J J. 21. The Words of they are worthy. I counsel thee his Mouth were smoother than Butjo buy cf me —white Raiment, that3 ter, but War was in his Heart ; his thou mayst be clothed— t Rev. Wirds were softer than Oil, yet \6. 15. Blessed if he that watch* were they dra,wn Swords.
«st the way of God in truth, neither carest thou for anyfor thou regardest not the person of men. 17. Tell us t fore, What thinkest thou? Is it lawful to give tribute Cesar, or not? 18- But Jesus perceived their wickednef said, Why tempt ye me, ye hypocrites? 19. Shew m tribute money. And they brought unto him a/i) peny. And he faith unto them, Whose is this image and * i feription s_Or, inscription'}? 21. They fay unto him, C Then faith he unto them, * Render therefore unto Cefa things which are Cefars: and unto God, the things th Gods. 22. When they had heard these words, they marv and left him, and went their way. 23. ^T The h fame day to him the Sadducees, which fay, that there is no refurre and asked him, 24- Saying, Master, c Moles said, If: die, having no children, his brother shall marry his wifi raise up feed unto his brother. 25. Now there were w d seven brethren, and the first when he had married a wil ceased, and having no issue, left his wife unto his br< 2(5. Likewise the second also, and the third, unto the venth T_Gr. seven}. 27. And last of all the woman died 28. Therefore in the resurrection whose wife shall she the seven? for they all had her. 29. Jesus anfwere said unto them, Ye do err, not knowing the scripture: the power of God. 30. For in the resurrection they ni marry, nor are given in marriage: but are ■' as the an£
, * In Mar 12.17. and Luk. 20. ly. married »o seven Husbands, are almost the fame Words. Asmodeus, the evil Spirit, h t Mat. 17. a.j. —What think- led.— Thou hast had alread; est thou, Simon, Of whom do the Husbands, neither wast thou 'Kings of the Earth take Custom or 5 after any of them. 'Tribute?, of their own Children, r f ' J°h. 3. 2. Beloved, r
or of. Strangers? * Rom. 13. 7. are the Sons of God, and Render to all their dues: Tribute not yet appear what weflii to whom Tribute is due, Custom, to but we know that when h whom Custom, Fear to whom 10 appear, we shall be like hin Fear, Honour to whom Honour. we shall fee him as he is.
b * Luk. 10. 27. * t\&., 23. 8. iy. 42, 44. It is sown in See on IV.ar.i 2. 18.. ption,' it is raised in Inetrrnpti
c*Deut-25. 5. See on Mar. is sown a natural Body, it is 12. 19. 15 a spiritual Body. There is a 1
JV Tob. 3. 8. She had been Body, and there is a spiritual
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God in heaven.' 31. But as touching the resurrection ef ther dead, have ye not read that which was spoken unto you'by God, laying, 32. I am i the God of Abraham, and the God oflsaac, and the God of Jacob? God is not the God of the dead, but of the living. 33. And when the multitude heard rfe, they were E astonished at his doctrine. 34. ^[ But when the h Pharisees had heard that he had put the Sadducees to silence, they were gathered together. 3 5. Then one of them, which was a lawyer, asked few? a question, tempting him, and saying, 36. Master, which is the great commandment in the law? 37. Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt 'love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. 38. This is the first and great commandment. 39. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt . - .• t jove
f*Exod. 3. tf, i6\ Iam theGod * t Mat. 7. 28. And it came to 'of thy Father,- the God of Abra- pass, when Jesus had ended these him, the God of Isaac, and theGod Sayings, the People were asionijhed of Jacob. Go and gather the Et- at his Doctrine, ders of Israel together, and say 5 h * Mar. 12. 18. One of the unto them, the Lord God of your ' Scribes came, and having heard them Fathers, the God of Abraham, of reasoning together, and perceiving Isaac, and of Jacob, appeared unto that he had answered them well, me. V Mar. 12. 16. As touching asked him, which is the first comthe Dead that they rife: have ye 10 mandment of all. not read in the Book of Moses, 1 * Deut. 6. 5. Thou shalt love how in the Bush God spake unto the Lord thy God with all thine him, saying, I am the God of Abra- Heart, and with all thy Soul, and Urn, and the God of Isaac, and the with all thy Might: f Deut; to. God of Jacob. Luk. 20.37. Now j j 12. And now Israel, what doth, that the Dead are raised, even Mo- the Lord thy God require of thee, scs shewed at the Bush, when he but to fear the Lord thy God, to called the Lord, the God of Abra- walk in all his Ways, and to love htm, and the God of Isaac, and the him, and to serve the Lord thy Godot Jacob. Act. 3.13. The God10God with all thy Heart, and with of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and all thy Soul, t Deut. 30. 6. The of Jacob, the God of our Fathers Lord thy God will circumcise thine hath glorified his Son Jesus.— Heart, and the Heart of thy. Seed, Acts y. 30. The God of our to love the Lord thy God with all Fathers raised up Jesus. —2, thine Heart, and with all thy Soul, t Act. 7. 32. I am the God of thy that thou mayst live, * Luk. 10. Fathers, the God of Abraham, &c. 27. And he [the Lawyer] answerAct. 11. 14. The God of ourFo- ing, said, Thou shalt love the Lord thers ruth chosen thee.— t Heb. thy God with all thy Heart, and 11. 16. But now they desire a bet-, with all thy Soul,' and with as 1 ter Country, that is an heavenly:3 thy Strength, and with all thy wherefore God is not ashamed to Mindj and thy Neighbour as thy be called their God: • for he hath self, prepared for them.'■» City/ ■
k love thy neighbour as thy self. 40. On these two corn* mandments 1 hang all the law and the prophets, ^i.^jf Whilai the m Pharisees were gathered together, Jesus asked them, t\%. Saying, What think ye of Christ ? whole son is he ? They fay unto him, The son of David. 43. He faith unto them,: How then doth David in spirit, n call him Lord, faying, 44."
• The Lord laid unto my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand," till I make thine enemies thy footstool? 45. If David then call him Lord, how is he his son? 46. And no man was able to anlwer him a Word, neither durst any man ("from that day forth) ask him p any more questions,
**Lev. 19. if. tMar. 11. Ji. tKings which are above, where: f Rom. 13. 9- t Gal. 5. 14. Christ Jitteth at the right Htndof Tjam. i.8. See on Job. 13.34. God. Heb. 1. j. —When he had
1 f Mat 7 12. Therefore all himself purged our sins, sat don* Things whatsoever ye would that 5 on the right Hand of the Majesty Men should do unto you, do ye e- on high. Heb. 8. 1, —We have ven so to them: for this is tht such an high Priest, who is fit on Law and the Prof hits, the right Hand of the Throne of the
w * Mar. 12. 35. Jesiis answer- Majesty in the Heavens, Heb. i*.,' ed and said, while he taught injo»- Looking unto Jesus, the Author the Temple, How fay the Scribes and Finisher of our Faith ; who for that Christ is the son of David? the Joy that was set before him
* Luk. 20.41. And he said unto endured the Cross, despising th< them, How say they that Christ is Shame, and is fit dtw« at the right David's Son? 15 Hand of the Throne of God. Heb.
n Ecclefiasticus 51. 10. I called 10. u. This man, after he hadofupon the Lard the Father of my fe red one Sacrifice for Sins, fore* Lord, that he would not leave me ver sat down on the right Hand of in the Days of trouble, and in the God. t Act:. 2. 34. David is not Time of the Prowd, when there40ascended into the Heavens: but was no Help. he faith himself, the Lord said untfl
0 * Psal. 110. r. The Lord said my Lord, fit thou on my right Hani. unto my Lord, jit thou at my right t 1 Cor. 1 j. 1$. He must rtign,iA Wand, until I make thine Enemies he hath put all Enemies under his thy Footstool. Mar. 16". 19. — He if Feet, f Eph.i. to.—When he rail, was received up into Heaven, and ed him [Christ] from the Dead, fat at the right Hand of God. Mit. and set him at his own right Hani 26.64. Mar. 14. 61. Hereafter ye in heavenly Places, f Heb. 1. ij. shall see the Sen of Man sitting on To which of the Angels said he it the right Hand of Power, and corn- 3° any rime, Sit on my right Hand, uning in the Clouds of Heaven. Luk. til I make thine Enemies thy Foot22. 60. Hereafter (hall the Son of stool? f Heb 10. 12.13.This msn man /it on the right Hand of the after he had offered one Sacrifice Power of God Act. 7. y6\ Behold, for Sins, for ever sat down at the I fee the Heavens opened, and the 3 J right Hand of God, From henceforth Son of man standing at the right expecting fill his Enemies be made Hand of GoA. Col. j. i. If ye then his Footstool, be risen with Christ, seek those > Mar, I*. 34. No sun