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with him, and entereth in Juda, and Simon ? and are where the damsel was lying. not his sisters liere with us?

41 And he took the damsel And they were offended at by the hand, and said unto him. her, Talitha cumi; which is, 4 But Jesus said unto them, being interpreted, Damsel, (I A prophet is not without say unto thee,) arise.

honour, but in his own coun42 And straightway the dam- try, and among his own kin, sel arose, and walked; for she and in his own house. was of the age of twelve years. 5 And he could there do no And they were astonished mighty work, save that he with a great astonishment.

laid his hands upon

few 43 And he charged them sick folk, and healed them. straitly that no man should 6 And he marvelled because know it; and commanded of their unbelief. And he that something should be went round about the vilgiven her to eat.

lages, teaching

ñ And he called unto him CHAPTER VI.

the twelve, and began to send 1 Christ is contemned of his country: them forth by two and two; opinions of Christ. 18 John Baptist unclean spirits; er over unclean spirits. 14 Divers and gave them power over is beheaded, 29 and buried. 30 The apostles return from preaching. 34 8 And commanded them The miracle of five loaves and two that they should take nothing. fishes. 45 Christ walketh on the sea :

healeth all that touch him. for their journey, save a staff ND he went out from only; no scrip, no bread, no

thence, and came into money in their purse: his own country; and his dis 9 But be shod with sandals; ciples follow him.

and not put on two coats. 2 And when the sabbath day 10 And he said unto them, was come, he began to teach In what place soever ye enter in the synagogue: and many into a house, there abide till hearing him were astonished, ye depart from that place. saying, From whence hath 11 And whosoever shall not this man these things ? and receive you, nor hear you, what wisdom is this which is when ye depart thence, shake given unto him, that even off the dust under your feet such mighty works are for a testimony against them. wrought by his hands? Verily I say unto you, It shall 3 Is not this the carpenter, be more tolerable for Sodom the son of Mary, the brother and Gomorrah in the day of of James, and Joses, and of judgment, than for that city.


12 And they went out, and 21 And when a convenient preached that men should re- day was come, that Herod on pent.

his birthday made a supper 13 And they cast out many to his lords, high captains, devils, and anointed with oil and chief estates of Galilee; many that were sick, and 22 And when the daughter healed them.

of the said Herodias came in, 14 And king Herod heard of and danced, and pleased Herhim; (for his name was spread od and them that sat with abroad ;) and he said, That him, the king said unto the John the Baptist was risen damsel, Ask of me whatsofrom the dead, and therefore ever thou wilt, and I will give mighty works do shew forth it thee. themselves in him.

23 And he sware unto her, 15 Others said, That it is Whatsoever thou shalt ask of Elias. And others said, That me, I will give it thee, unto it is a prophet, or as one of the half of my kingdom. the prophets.

24 And she went forth, and 16 But when Herod heard said unto her mother, What thereof, he said, It is John, shall I ask? And she said, whom I beheaded: he is risen The head of John the Baptist! from the dead.

25 And she came in straight17 For Herod himself had way with haste unto the king, sent forth and laid hold upon and asked, saying, I will that John, and bound him in pris- thou give me by and by in a on for Herodias' sake, his charger the head of John the brother Philip's wife ; for he Baptist. had married her.

26 And the king was exceed18 For John had said unto ing sorry; yet for his oath's Herod, It is not lawful for sake, and for their sakes thee to have thy brother's which sat with him, he would wife.

not reject her. 19 Therefore Herodias had 27 And immediately the a quarrel against him, and king sent an executioner, and would have killed him ; but commanded his head to be she could not:

brought: and he went and be. 20 For Herod feared John, headed him in the prison, knowing that he was a just 28 And brought his head in man and a holy, and observed a charger, and gave it to the him; and when he heard him, damsel; and the damsel gave he did many things, and it to her mother. heard him gladly.

29 And when his disciples

heard of it, they came and unto them, Give ye them to took up his corpse, and laid eat. And they say unto him, it in a tomb.

Shall we go and buy two hun30 And the apostles gather- dred pennyworth of bread, ed themselves together unto and give them to eat ? Jesus, and told him all things, 38 He saith unto them, How both what they had done, and many loaves have ye? go and what they had taught.

see. And when they knew, 31 And he said unto them, they say, Five, and two fishes. Come ye yourselves apart in 39 And he commanded them to a desert place, and rest a to make all sit down by comwhile: for there were many panies upon the green grass. coming and going, and they 40 And they sat down in had no leisure so much as to ranks, by hundreds, and by eat.

fifties. 32 And they departed into a 41 And when he had taken desert place by ship privately. the five loaves and the two 33 And the people saw them fishes, he looked up to heavdeparting, and many knew en, and blessed, and brake him, and ran afoot thither the loaves, and gave them to out of all cities, and outwent his disciples to set before them, and came together unto them; and the two fishes dihim.

vided he among them all. 34 And Jesus, when he came 42 And they did all eat, and out, saw much people, and were filled. was moved with compassion 43 And they took up twelve toward them, because they baskets full of the fragments, were as sheep not having a and of the fishes. shepherd: and he began to 44 And they that did eat of teach them many things. the loaves were about five

35 And when the day was thousand men. now far spent, his disciples 45 And straightway he concameụnto him, and said, This strained his disciples to get is a desert place, and now the into the ship, and to go to the time is far passed :

other side before unto Beth36 Send them away, that saida, while he sent away the they may go into the country people. round about, and into the vil. 46 And when he had sent lages, and buy themselves them away, he departed into bread: for they have nothing a mountain to pray. to eat.

47 And when even was come, 37 He answered and said the ship was in the midst of

the sea, and he alone on the / ies, or country, they laid the land.

sick in the streets, and be. 48 And he saw them toiling sought him that they might in rowing; for the wind was touch if it were but the bordcontrary unto them : ander of his garment: and as about the fourth watch of the many as touched him were night he cometh unto them, made whole. walking upon the sea, and would have passed by them.

CHAPTER VII. 49 But when they saw him 1 The Pharisees find fault at the dis

ciples for eating with unwashen walking upon the sea, they hands. 8 They break the command.

inent of God by the traditions of supposed it had been a spirit,

men. 14 Meat defileth not the man. and cried out:

24 He healeth the Syrophenician

woman's daughter of an unclean 50 For they all saw him, and

spirit, 31 and one that was deaf, and were troubled. And imme stammered in his speech.

diately he talked
with them. Thin the Pharisees

, and

and saith unto them, Be of good cheer: it is I; be not certain of the scribes, which afraid.

came from Jerusalem. 51 And he went up unto 2 And when they saw some them into the ship; and the of his disciples eat bread with wind ceased: and they were defiled, that is to say, with sore amazed in themselves unwashen hands, they found beyond measure, and won- fault. dered.

3 For the Pharisees, and all 52 For they considered not the Jews, except they wash the miracle of the loaves; for their hands oft, eat not, holdtheir heart was hardened. ing the tradition of the elders.

53 And when they had pass 4 And when they come from ed over, they came into the the market, except they land of Gennesaret, and drew | wash, they eat not. And to the shore.

many other things there be, 54 And when they were come which they have received to out of the ship, straightway hold, as the washing of cups, they knew him,

and pots, brazen vessels, and 55 And ran through that of tables. whole region round about, 5 Then the Pharisees and and began to carry about in scribes asked him, Why walk beds those that were sick, not thy disciples according where they heard he was. to the tradition of the elders,

56 And whithersoever he but eat bread with unwashen entered, into villages, or cit- hands?


6 He answered and said ed all the people unto him, unto them, Well hath Esaias he said unto them, Hearken prophesied of you hypo- unto me every one of you, crites, as it is written, .This and understand: people honoureth me with 15 There is nothing from their lips, but their heart is without a man, that entering far from me.

into him can defile him : but 7 Howbeit in vain do they the things which come out worship me, teaching for doc- of him, those are they that trines the commandments of defile the man.

16 If any man have ears to 8 For laying aside the com- hear, let him hear. mandment of God, ye hold 17 And when he was enterthe tradition of men, as the ed into the house from the washing of pots and cups : people, his disciples asked and many other such like him concerning the parable. things ye do.

18 And he saith unto them, 9 And he said unto them, Are ye so without underFull well ye reject the com- standing also ? Do ye not mandment of God, that ye perceive, that whatsoever may keep your own tradi- thing from without entereth tion.

into the man, it cannot defile 10 For Moses said, Honour him ; tby father and thy mother; 19 Because it entereth not and, Whoso curseth father into his heart, but into the or mother, let him die the belly, and goeth out into the death :

draught, purging all meats? 11 But ye say, If a man 20 And he said, That which shall say to his father or cometh out of the man, that mother, It is Corban, that is defileth the man. to say, a gift, by whatsoever 21 For from within, out of thou mightest be profited by the heart of men, proceed me; he shall be free.

evil thoughts, adulteries, forn12 And ye suffer him no ications, murders, more to do aught for his 22 Thefts, covetousness, father or his mother ;

wickedness, deceit, lascivi13 Making the word of God ousness, an evil eye, blasof none effect through your phemy, pride, foolishness: tradition, which ye have de 23 All these evil things come livered: and many such like from within, and defile the things do ye. 14 T And when he had call- ! 24 And from thence he


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