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the branches thereof. 33. ^T * Another Parable spa! he unto them, The kingdom of heaven is like unto la ven} which a woman took and hid in three (1) measun of meal, till the whole was leavened: 34. All thel

things spake Jesus unto the multitude in b parables, I without a parable spake he not unto them: 35. ThJ it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the propbi laying, I will * open my mouth in parables^ I will utt| things which have been kept secret from the foundati^ of the world. 35. Then Jesus sent the multitude awa and went into the house: and his disciples came un him, saying, Declare unto us the parable of the tares the field. 37. He answered and said unto them, Heth soweth the good Seed^ is the Son of man: 38. The lie is the world: the good feed are A the children of the kin dom: but the tares are the children of the wicked on

39. The enemy that sowed them is the devil: the e harvf is the end of the world: and the reapers are the ange

40. As therefore the tares are gathered and burnt in ti fire ^ so shall it be in the end of this world. 41. TheS of man ihall fend forth his angels, and they shall gather 0 of his kingdom all * things that offend COr, Scandals], ai them which do iniquity; 42. And ihall cast them intt Furnace of fire: £ there ihall be Wailing and gnashing!

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* * Luk. 13. 10. And again he shalt bruise his Heel, fjoht' said, Whereunto shall I liken the Ye are of your Father the Dp Kingdom of God. and the Lusts of your Father

b*Mar. 4. 33, 34. And wish Will do.- t Act. 13.10.*-0j Jrtany such Parables spake he the j of all subtilty and all misclu Word unto them, as they were a- Thou [Elimas] child of the 1 ble to hear it. But without a Pa- vil.— f 1 Joh. 3. 8. He J rable spake he not unto them: committeth Sim is of the Dm and when they were alone, he ex- e * Joel 3. 13. Putyejn1

pounded all things to his Disci-10 Sickle, for the Harvest is Sacpies. * Rev. 14.1 y. And another Anj

c * Ps. 78. 1. I will open my came out of the Temple, cryi Mouth in a Parable: I will utter With a loud Voice to him that dark Sayings of old. on the Cloud, Thrust in thy'

* t Gen. 3. 15. I will put enmi-,5 kle, and reap: for the Tims ty between thee and the Woman, come for thee to reap; for | and between thy Seed and her Seed: Harvest of the Earth is ripe.

it shall bruise thy Head, and thou f f See on Mat. 8. Is.

(0 t The Word in the Greek is a Measure containing ahut >' and half, wanting a little more than a Pint.

tfeth. 43. Then sliall the righteous * mine forth as the Sun, in the kingdom of their Father. Who hath h ears to hear, 1st him hear. 44. ^[ Again, the kingdom of heaven is le unto treasure hid in a field: the which when a man hith found, he hideth; and for joy thereof goeth and 'felfcth all that he hath, and k buyeth that field. 45. f %u'n, the kingdom of heaven is like unto a merchantman, seeking goodly pearls: 4.6. Who when he had found W 1 pearl of great price, he went and fold all that he Hand bought it. 47. «jf Again, the kingdom of hearcn is like unto a net that was cast into the sea, and ■pthered of every kind. 48. Which, when it was full, Wf drew to sliore, and fat down, and gathered the good wto vessels, but cast the bad away. 49. So mail it ba at tie end of the world: the angels Ihall come forth, and wer the wicked from among the just ^ 50. And sliall pft them into the furnace of fire: there shall be 0 wail"j& and gnashing of teeth. 51. Jesus faith unto them, Jiace ye understood all these things? They lay unto* K Yea, Lord; 52. Then said he "unto them, There

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w's'iPf' »*• 3. They that be Wine and Milk without money T*«il fkiiu as the brightness of and without price, f Rev. 3. 18.

e firD»ment, and they that turn I counsel thee to buy of me Gold j?lny to righteousness, astheS/«rj tried in the Fire, that thou mayst "'ever and ever, f Wisd 3 7. 5 be rich; and white Raiment, that 'n « Time cf their Visitation thou mayst be clothed ^VUlfiuVe, and run r6 and frO 1 Prov 8. 10,11. Receive my '« Sparks among the stubble. Instruction, and not Silver, and r! ift'- *!' 4i' There is one Knowledge rather than choice of k » Sun' and inotner il,ry 10 Gold. For Wisdom is better than '"KMoon, and another glory of Rubies, and all the things that

e otars; for one Star differeth may be desired, arc not to be cora«°nan<Jther Stir In gltty. So al- pa.ed to it. j 's the Resurrection os the mt Mat 11. tp. So those Ser

iv. IJVants wenr out into the High-way si

<i vl'J' »nd gathered together all as many

r "hil. 3. 7> J. What things as they fcund, both bad and good; J?! to me, those I counted and the Wedding was furnished "J> wChrist. Yta doubtless, and with Guests. 'wont all things bur/»/>, for the lo n f Mat. »<. 3* Before him Ck a?Cy of the Knowledge of sliall be gathered all Nations ; and

""IsJesus my Lord. he shall Jlparate them one from a

a 'Jsi SJ. 1. Ho, every one nother, as a Shepherd imitth hij ten jrLsttt'1' coftie ye to the Wa- steep from the goats.

5>Jnali« that hath no money ,come 2 c • t Ver, ^a.

fore every scribe which i5 instructed unto the kingdom i heaven, is like unto a man that is an houlholder, wMi bringeth forth out of his treasure things ° new and o\ 53. ff And it came to pass, that when Jesus. had i niihea these parables, he departed thence. 54. And whs he was come into his p own country, he taught them their, synagogue,.insomuch that they were astonished, a laid, Whence hath this man this wisdom, and these mig ty works? 55. Is not this the q carpenters son? is n his mother called Mary? and his r brethren,s James, ai Joses, and Simon, and Judas? 56. And his sisters, a they not all with us? Whence then hath this man; these things? 57. And they were ' offended in M But Jesus said unto them, A " prophet is not witho honour, save in his own country, and in his own hpul 58. And he * did not many mighty works there, becaa of their unbelief.

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0 t Cant. 7. 13. —At our Gates the Nation abhorreth, to a serva are all manner of pleasant fruits, of Rulers, Kings shall fee and. ?i-.v and old, which I have laid up rife, Princes also shall we for thee, O my beloved. ■ fliip.—

P ".* Mat. 2. 13. And he came 5 s V Mat. 11. 6. Blesled is j and dwelt in a City called Naz»- whosoever fliall not be tffeu rtth. * Mar- 6. 1. He—came in- in me.

to his ovmComtry. * Luk. 4. l6, u * Mar. 6". 4. A Prophet is »

33. He came to Nazareth, where without honour, but in his ot he had been brought up. —What-10 Country, and among his own Ki soever we have heard done in Ca-- and in his own Honse. * Luk. pernaum, do also here in thy 54. Verily I fay unto you, 1 Country. Prophet is accepted in his o«

q V Mar. 6. 3. Is not this the Country. *Joh. 4. 44. Jesus hifl Carpenter-.— *Joh. 6. 42. Is not IJ self testified, that a Prophet hfl thisjesusthejowof Joseph.-— ;no Honour in his own Com

r r See on Mat. u. 46. try.

s V Mar. 15.40. Mary the Mo- * + Mair. 6. y, 6". He ecu! ther of James the less, and of Joses, there do no mighty Work, fas and of Salome. Isa. 49. 3. Thus2othat he Jaid- his Hands upon faith the Lord the Redeemercf If- few fick folk, and healed then rael, and his holy one, to him And he marvelled because of the; Xvhom mait defpifeth, to him whom Unbelief,

CHAP. XIV.

Year of our Lord 31 beginning.

AT that time a Herod the tetrarch heard of the fame of Jelus, 2. And said unto his Servants, Thi» is John the Baptist, he is risen from the dead, and therefore mighty works * do shew forth themselves in him [Or, m wrought by him}. 3. <|[ For b Herod had (ij hold oa John, aud bound him, and put him in prison for Herodias iake, his brother Philips wife. 4. For John said Bato him, It is not c lawful for thee to have her. 5. 4nd when he would have put him to death, he feared the multitude, because they counted him as a d Prophet. <>• But when Herods birth-day was kept, the daughter of Herodias danced * before them [Or, in the midst'}, and pleased Herod. 7. Whereupon he promised with an oath, to give her whatsoever she would ask. 8. And she being wfore instructed of her mother, said, Give me here John Baptists head in a charger. 9. And the king was sorry: nevertheless for the oaths fake, and them which fat with TM8 at meat, he commanded it to be given her. ic. And h sent and beheaded John in the prison. 11. And his fed was brought in a charger, and given to the damsel: ^nd she brought it to her mother. 12. And his disciples Came and took up the body and buried it, and went and

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, '' Mar. 6\ r4. And King Herod lip's Wife, and for all the Evils

hurdvf him, ("for his Name which Herod had dene, added yet

*as spread abroad) and he said, this above all, that he shut up Johii

•Jut John Baptist was risen from . in Prison.

!*e dead, and therefore mighty y c * Lev. 18. 16. Thou shale

,. 0I« do fliew forth themselves in not uncover the nakedness of thy bro

'm- *Luk. 9. 7. Now Herod the te- thers Wife ; it is thy brothers na*

rarcn heard of all that was dene by kedness. * Lev. 70. si. If a Man

■' *nd he was perplexed, be- take his brothers Wife, it is an un

that it was said of some that IO clean thing: he hath uncovered

J°TM was risen , from the dead. his brothers nakedness, they shall

, Lttfc. }. 19; 20. But Herod be childless.

, e tetrarch being reproved by d * See on Mat. 11. 9. ""n for Herodias his brother Phi

s') St. John Baptist was imprisoned, &t, by Herod, about the w et o»r Lord 30,

told Jesus. 13. ^f When Jesus heard of it, he e departed thence by ship into a desert place, apart: and when thsl people had heard thereof, they followed him on foot oul of the cities. 14. And Jesus went forth, and saw a greal multitude, and was f moved with companion toward them, and he healed their sick. 15. •[[ And when it was g even ing his disciples came to him, saying, This is a defer place, and the time is now past ^ send the Multitude a way, that they may go into the villages, and buy theaj selves victuals. irj. But Jesus said unto them, They nee not depart, h give ye them to eat. 1 7. And they sa unto him, We have here but five loaves, and two fiihe 18. He said, Bring them hither to me. 19. And he con manded the multitude to sit down on the grasij and toe the five loaves, and the two fishes, and looking up to he ven, 'he bleifed and brake, and gave the loaves to h disciples, and the disciples to the multitude. 20. Ai

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'f Mat. is. 1 j. When Jesas I set this before an hundred Mel

knew it, he withdrew himself from He said again, Give the Pecrf

♦hence. * Mar. 6. 31. And they that they may eat: for thus sat

departed into a desert Place by Ship the Lord, They shall eat, and (hi privately. * Luk. 9. 10. — And j leave thereof,

he took them, and went aside pri- 't Mat 15:. j5. He took t

vately into a desert PJace, belong- seven Loaves and the Fishes, 11

ing to the City called Beth- gave thanks.— 1 Sam. 5. ij?

faida. The People will not eat until I

* + Ma*. 9. 36. When he saw the 10 come, because he doth bless theS Multitudes, he was moved with crisice.— Deut. 8. 10. Whenthi compassion on them, because they hast eaten and art full, then tin saiftted, and were scattered abroad, slialt blest the Lord thy God, fort as flieep having no shepherd. good Land which he hath givi

f *Mar. 6. 35. When the Day it thee. Joh. 6. 11,13. Jesus ttx was now far spent, his Disciples the Loaves, and when he had git came to him and said, This is a thanks,he distributed to the Diit desert Place, and now the Time is pies. —'Nigh unto the Pla far pastt i f Luk. 9. 12. And where they did eat Bread after th when th.. O&j began to wear away, 20 the Lord hid given thanks. Act. 1 then came the Twelve and said 35. When he had thus spoken, I unto him, Send the Multitude a- took Bread, and gave thanks to G| way, that they may go into the in Presence of them all, and wh< Towns and Country round about, he had broken it, he began I and lodge and get Victuals. *Joh.2.ear. 1 Tim. 4. 4,5. Every Crei 6. 5 When Jesus lift up bis Eyes ture of God is good, and nothia and saw a great Company come un- to be refused, if it be receiv* to him, he faith unto Philip, with Thanksgiving: for it isfanA, Whence sliail we buy Bread that fed by the Word of God !■ these may eat? Prayer.

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