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hjray to thy Father which is 1 Verily I say unto you, They in secret ; and thy Father have their reward. which seeth in secret shall 17 But thou, when thou fastreward thee openly.

est, anoint thine head, and 7 But when ye pray, use not wash thy face; vain repetitions, as the hea 18 That thou appear not then do: for they think that unto men to fast, but unto they shall be heard for their thy Father which is in secret: much speaking:

and thy Father which seeth 8 Be not ye therefore like in secret shall reward thee unto them: for your Father openly. knoweth what things ye have 19 | Lay not up for yourneed of, before ye ask him. selves treasures upon earth,

9 After this manner there where moth and rust doth fore pray ye : Our Father corrupt, and where thieves which art in heaven, Hallow- break through and steal: ed be thy name.

20 But lay up for yourselves 10 Thy kingdom come. Thy treasures in heaven, where will be done in earth, as it is neither moth nor rust doth in heaven!

corrupt, and where thieves 11 Give us this day our daily do not break through nor bread.

steal: 12 And forgive us our debts, 21 For where your treasure as we forgive our debtors. is, there will your heart be

13 And lead us not into also. temptation, but deliver us 22 The light of the body is from evil: For thine is the the eye: if therefore thine kingdom, and the power, and eye be single, thy whole body the glory, for ever.

Amen. shall be full of light. 14 For if ye forgive men 23 But if thine eye be evil, their trespasses, your heaven- thy whole body shall be fulí ly Father will also forgive of darkness. If therefore the you:

light that is in thee be dark15 But if ye forgive not men ness, how great is that darktheir trespasses, neither will ness! your Father forgive your 24 | No man can serve two trespasses.

masters : for either he will 16 | Moreover when ye fast, hate the one, and love the be not, as the hypocrites, of other; or else he will hold to a sad countenance: for they the one, and despise the disfigure their faces, that they other. Ye cannot serve God may appear unto men to fast. I and inammon.

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25 Therefore I say unto you,

33 But seek ye first the Take no thought for your kingdom of God, and his life, what ye shall eat, or righteousness; and all these what ye shall drink; nor yet things shall be added unto for your body, what ye shall you. put on. Is not the life more 34 Take therefore no thought than meat, and the body than for the morrow: for the morraiment?

row shall take thought for 26 Behold the fowls of the the things of itself. Suffiair: for they sow not, neither cient unto the day is the evil do they reap, nor gather into thereof. barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye


1 Christ ending his sermon in the not much better than they?

mount, reproveth rash judgment, 6 27 Which of you by taking forbiddeth to cast holy things to

dogs, 7 exhorteth to prayer, 13 to enthought can add one cubit

ter in at the strait gate, 15 to beware unto his stature ?

of false prophets, 21 not to be hear.

ers, but doers of the word: 24 like 28 And why take ye thought

houses builded on a rock, 26 and for raiment ? Consider the not on the sand. lilies of the field, how they UDGE not, that ye be not grow; they toil not, neither

judged. do they spin:

2 For with what judgment 29 And yet I say unto you, ye judge, ye shall be judged: That eyen Solomon in all his and with what measure ye glory was not arrayed like mete, it shall be measured to one of these.

you again. 30 Wherefore, if God so 3 And why beholdest thou clothe the grass of the field, the mote that is in thy brothwhich to day is, and to mor- er's eye, but considerest not row is cast into the oven, the beam that is in thine own shall he not much more clothe eye? you, O ye of little faith?

4 Or how wilt thou say to 31 Therefore take no thy brother, Let me pull out thought, saying, What shall the mote out of thine eye; we eat? or, What shall we and, behold, a beam is in drink? or, Wherewithal shall thine own eye? we be clothed ?

5 Thou hypocrite, first cast 32 (For after all these things out the beam out of thine do the Gentiles seek:) for own eye; and then shalt thou your heavenly Father know- see clearly to cast out the mote eth that ye have need of all out of thy brother's eye. these things.

6 | Give not that which is

holy unto the dogs, neither sheep's clothing, but inwardcast ye your pearls before ly they are ravening wolves. swine, lest they trample them 16 Ye shall know them by under their feet, and turn their fruits. Do men gather again and rend you.

grapes of thorns, or figs of ģ | Ask, and it shall be thistles ? given you; seek, and ye shall 17 Even so every good tree find; knock, and it shall be bringeth forth good fruit; but opened unto you:

a corrupt tree bringeth forth 8 For every one that asketh evil fruit. receiveth; and he that seek 18 A good tree cannot bring eth findeth; and to him that forth evil fruit, neither can a knocketh it shall be opened. corrupt tree bring forth good

9 Or what man is there of fruit. you, whom if his son ask 19 Every tree that bringeth bread, will he give him a not forth good fruit is hewn stone?

down, and cast into the fire. 10 Or if he ask a fish, will 20 Wherefore by their fruits he give him a serpent ? ye shall know them.

11 If ye then, being, evil, 21 | Not every one that know how to give good gifts saith unto me, Lord, Lord, unto your children, how shall enter into the kingdom much more shall your Father of heaven; but he that doeth which is in heaven give good the will of my Father which things to them that ask him ? is in heaven.

12 Therefore all things 22 Many will say to me in whatsoever ye would that that day, Lord, Lord, have men should do to you, do ye we not prophesied in thy even so to them: for this is name? and in thy name have the law and the prophets. cast out .devils ? and in thy

13 | Enter ye in at the name done many wonderful strait gate: for wide is the works? gate, and broad is the way, 23 And then will I profess that leadeth to destruction, unto them, I never knew and many there be which go you: depart from me, ye that in thereat:

work iniquity 14 Because strait is the gate, 24 | Therefore whosoever and narrow is the way, which heareth these sayings of leadeth unto life, and few mine, and doeth them, I will there be that find it.

liken him unto a wise man, 15 Beware of false proph- which built his house upon ets, which come to you in a rock:

25 And the rain descended, / And immediately his leprosy and the floods came, and the was cleansed. winds blew, and beat upon 4 And Jesus saith unto him, that house; and it fell not: See thou tell no man; but go for it was founded upon a thy way, shew thyself to the rock.

priest, and offer the gift that 26 And every one that hear- Moses commanded, for a testeth these sayings of mine, imony unto them. and doeth them not, shall be 5 And when Jesus was enlikened unto a foolish man, tered into Capernaum, there which built his house upon came unto him a centurion, the sand:

beseeching him, 27 And the rain descended, 6 And saying, Lord, my and the floods came, and the servant lieth at home sick of winds blew, and beat upon the palsy, grievously torthat house; and it fell: and mented. great was the fall of it:

And Jesus saith unto 28 And it came to pass, him, I will come and heal when Jesus had ended these him. sayings, the people were 8 The centurion answered astonished at his doctrine: and said, Lord, I am not

29 For he taught them as worthy that thou shouldest one having authority, and not come under my roof: but as the scribes.

speak the word only, and my CHAPTER VIII.

servant shall be healed.

9 For I am a man under au2 Christ cleanseth the leper, 5 healeth the centurion's servant, '14 Peter's thority, having soldiers under diseased: 18 sheweth how he is to be me: and I say to this man, followed: 23 stilleth the tempest on Go, and he goeth; and to anthe sea, 28 driveth the devils out of other, Come, and he cometh; two men possessed, 31 and suffereth them to go into the swine,

and to my servant, Do this, HEN he was

come and he doeth it. down from the mount 10 When Jesus heard it, he ain, great multitudes follow- marvelled, and said to them ed him.

that followed, Verily I say 2 And, behold, there came a unto you, I have not found leper and worshipped him, so great faith, no, not in Issaying, Lord, if thou wilt, rael. thou canst make me clean. 11 And I say unto you, That 3 And Jesus put forth his many shall come from the hand, and touched him, say- east and west, and shall sit ing, I will; be thou clean. I down with Abraham, and

Isaac, and Jacob, in the king- birds of the air have nests ; dom of heaven:

but the Son of man hath not 12 But the children of the where to lay his head. kingdom shall be cast out into 21 And another of his disciouter darkness : there shall ples said unto him, Lord, sufbe weeping and gnashing of fer me first to go and bury teeth.

my father. 13 And Jesus said unto the 22 But Jesus said unto him, centurion, Go thy way; and Follow me; and let the dead as thou hast believed, so be it bury their dead. done unto thee. And his 23 | And when he was enservant was healed in the self-tered into a ship, his discisame hour.

ples followed him. 14 | And when Jesus was 24 And, behold, there arose come into Peter's house, he a great tempest in the sea, saw his wife's mother laid, insomuch that the ship was and sick of a fever.

covered with the waves : but 15 And he touched her hand, he was asleep. and the fever left her : and 25 And his disciples came to she arose, and ministered un- him, and awoke him, saying, to them.

Lord, save us : we perish. 16 | When the even was 26 And he saith unto them, come, they brought unto him Why are ye fearful, O ye of many, that were possessed little faith? Then he arose, with devils : and he cast out and rebuked the winds and the spirits with his word, and the sea ; and there was a healed all that were sick :

great calm. 17 That it might be fulfilled 27 But the men marvelled, which was spoken by Esaias saying, What manner of man the prophet, saying, Himself is this, that even the winds took our infirmities, and bare and the sea obey him! our sicknesses.

28 | And when he was come 18 | Now when Jesus saw to the other side into the great multitudes about him, country of the Gergesenes, he gave commandment to de- there met him two possessed part unto the other side. with devils, coming out of

19 And a certain scribecame, the tombs, exceeding fierce, and said unto him, Master, I so that no man might pass will follow thee whitherso- by that way. ever thou goest.

29 And, behold, they cried 20 And Jesus saith unto him, out, saying, What have we to The foxes have holes, and the do with thee, Jesus, thou Son

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