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Mary Magdulene

Chap. vii.

anointeth Christ's feet. 28 For I say unto you, A- 37 And, behold, a woman in mong those that are born of the city, which was a sinner, women, there is not a greater when she knew that Jesus sat prophet than John the Baptist; at meat in the Pharisee's but he that is least in the king- house, brought an alabasterdom of God is greater than he. box of ointment,

29 And all the people that 38 And stood at his feet heard him, and the publicans, behind him weeping, and began justified God, being baptized to wash his feet with tears, & with the baptism of John. did wipe them with the hairs

30 But the Pharisees and of her head, and kissed his lawyers rejected the counsel feet, and anointed them with of God against themselves, be- the ointment. ing not baptized of him.

39 Now when the Pharisee 31 | And the Lord said, which had bidden him, saw it, Whereunto then shall I liken he spake within himself, saythe men of this generation ? ing, This man, if he were a and to what are they like ? prophet, would have known

32 They are like unto chil- who and what manner of wodren sitting in the market- man this is that toucheth him; place, and calling one to an

for she is a sinner. other, and saying, We have

40 And Jesus answering, piped unto you, and ye have said unto him, Simon, I have not danced ; we have mourned somewhat to say unto thee.

and
ye
have not wept.

And he saith, Master, say on. 33 For John the Baptist

41 There was a certain eame neither eating bread nor

creditor which had two debtdrinking wine; and ye say, He ors; the one owed five hunhath a devil.

dred pence, and the other fifty. 34 The Son of man is come 42' And when they had noeating & drinking; and ye say, thing to pay he frankly forBehold a gluttonous man and gave them both. a wine-bibber, a friend of pub- therefore, which of them will licans and sinners!

love him most? 35 But wisdom is justified 43 Simon answered, and of all her children.f

said, I suppose that he to whom 36 9 And one of the Phari- he forgave most. And he said sees desired him that he would unto him, Thou hast rightly eat with him. And he went judged. into the Pharisee's house, and 44 And he turned to the sat down to meat.

to you,

Tell me, The parable

woman, and said unto Simon,

seest thou this woman? I en. f Wisdom is justified, &c. See Matt. tered into thine house, thou

gavest me no water for my

ti. 19.

S. Luke.

of the sower. feet; but she hath washed my Chuza, Herod's steward, and feet with tears, and wiped them Susanna, and many others, with the hairs of her head. which ministered unto him of

45 Thou gavest me no kiss; their substance. a but this woman, since the time 4 | And when much peoI came in, hath not ceased to ple were gathered together, kiss my feet.

and were come to him

out of 46 Mine head with oil thou every city, he spake by a paradidst not anoint; but this wo- ble : man hath anointed my feet 5 A sower went out to sow with ointment.

his seed; and, as he sowed, 47 Wherefore I say unto some fell by the way-side; and thee, Her sins, which are ma- it was trodden down, and the ny, are forgiven; for she lov- fowls of the air devoured it. ed much; but to whom little 6 And some fell upon a is forgiven, the same loveth lit- rock; and as soon as it was tle.

sprung up it withered away, 48 And he said unto her, because it lacked moisture. Thy sins are forgiven.

ng And some fell among 49 And they that sat at meat thorns; and the thorns sprang with him began to say within up with it, and choked it. themselves, Who is this that 8 And other fell on good forgiveth sins also ?

ground, and sprang up, and 50 And he said to the wo- bare fruit an hundred-fold. man, Thy faith hath saved And, when he had said these thee; go in peace.

things, he oried, Ile that hath

ears to hear, let him hear. CHAP. VIII.

9 And his disciples asked 1 Women minister unto Christ. him, saying, What might this

4 The parable of the sower. parable be ? 11 The parable explained. 26 10 And he said, Unto you it The legion of devils cast out. is given to know the mysteries AND it came to pass after- of the kingdom of God; but to ward, that he went throughout others in parables; that see, every city and village preach- ing they might not see, and ing, and shewing the glad tid- hearing they might not underings of the kingdom of God; stand. and the twelve were with him, 11 I Now the parable is

2 And certain women, which this ; The seed is the word kad been healed of evil spirits of God. and infirmities, Mary called Magdalene, out of whom went

a Which ministered unto him, who seven devils,

assisted him with their property. 2 And Joanna the wife of b Parable. See Matt. xiii. 18.

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The parable explained. Chap. viii. The tempest stilled.

12 Those by the way-side and could not come at him for are they that hear; then com- the

press.c eth the devil, and taketh away 20 And it was told him by the word out of their hearts, certain, which said, Thy molest they should believe and ther and thy brethren stand be saved.

without, desiring to see thee. 13 They on the rock are 21 And he answered and they, which, when they hear, said unto them, My mother & receive the word with joy; my brethren are these which and these have no root, which hear the word of Godyand do it. for a while believe, and in time 22 | Now it came to pass of temptation fall away on a certain day, that he went

14 And that which fell a- into a ship with his disciples ; mong thorns are they, which, and he said unto them, Let us when they have heard, go forth, go over unto the other side of and are choked with cares, the lake. And they launched and riches, and pleasures of forth. this life, and bring no fruit to 23.But as they sailed he fell perfection.

asleep; and there came down 16 But that on the good a storm of wind on the lake; ground are they,which, in an and they were filled with wahonest and good heart, having ter, and were in jeopardy.d heard the word, keep it, and 24 And they came to him, bring forth fruit with pa- and awoke him, saying, Mastience:

ter, Master, we perish. Then 16 4 No man when he hath he arose, & rebuked the wind, lighted a candle covereth it and the raging of the water; with a vessel, or putteth it un- and they ceased and there was der a bed; but setteth it on a

a calm. candlestick, that they which 25 And he said unto them, enter in may see the light. where is your faith? And they,

17 For 'nothing is secret being afraid, wondered, saying that shall not be made mani. one to another, What manner fest; neither any thing hid of man is this? for he comthat shall not be known, and mandeth even the winds and come abroad.

water, and they obey him. 18 Take heed, therefore, 26 And they arrived at how ye hear; for whosoever the country of the Gadarenes, hath, to him shall be given; which is over against Galilee. and whosoever hath not, from 27 And, when he went forth him shall be taken even that to land, there met him out of which he seemeth to have. the city a certain man which 19 | Then came to him

c Press, crowd. his mother and his brethren, dFeopardy, in danger.

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Christ rejected of S. Luke.

the Gadarenes. had devils long time, and ware 35 Then they went out to no clothes, neither abode in see what was done ; and came any house, but in the tombs. to Jesus, and found the man,

28 When he saw Jesus he out of whom the devils were cried out, and fell down before departed, sitting at the feet of him, and with a loud voice Jesus, clothed, and in his right said, What have. I to do with mind; and they were afraid. thee, Jesus, thou Son of God 36 They also which saw it most High ? I beseech thee told them by what means he torment me not.

that was possessed of the devils 29 (For he had commanded was healed. the unclean spirit to come out 37 . Then the whole mulof the man.

For oftentimes titude of the country of the it had caught him; and he was Gadarenes round about bekept bound with chains, and sought him to depart from in fetters; and he brake the them; for they were taken bands, and was driven of the with great fear. And he went devil into the wilderness.) up into the ship, and returned

30 And Jesus asked him, back again. saying, What is thy name 38 Now the man, out of And he said, Legion ze because whom the devils were departmany devils were entered into ed, besought him that he might him.

be with him ; but Jesus sent 31 And they besought him, him away, saying, that he would not command 39 Return to thine own them to go out into the deep. house, and shew how great

32 And there was there an things God hath done unto herd of many swine feeding on

thee. And he went his way, the mountain ; and they be- and published throughout the sought him that he would suf- whole city how great things fer them to enter into them. Jesus had done unto him. And he suffered them.

40 And it came to pass, that, 33 Then went the devils when Jesus was returned,

the out of the man, and entered people gladly received him; into the swine ; and the herd for they were all waiting for ran violently down a steep him. place into the lake, and were 41 And, behold, there choked. f

came a man named Jairus, and 34 When they that fed them he was a ruler of the synasaw. what was done they fled, gogue; and he fell down at and went and told it in the Jesus' feet, and besought him city, and in the country. that he would come into his e Legion, about 6000.

house : of Choked, drowned.

42 For he had one only

Bloody issue healed.

Chap. ix. Jairus' daughter raised. daughter, about twelve years not; believe only, and she of age, and she lay a dying. shall be made whole. But as he went the people 51 And when he came into thronged him.

the house he guffered no man 43 And a woman having an to go in, save Peter, and James, issue of blood twelve years, and John, and the father and which had spent all her living the mother of the maiden. upon physicians, neither could 52 And all wept and bebe healed of any,

wailed her; but he said, Weep 44 Came behind him, and not; she is not dead, but sleeptouched the border of his gar- eth. ment; and immediately her 53 And they laughed him issue of blood stanched. to-scorn, knowing that she was

45 And Jesus said, Who dead. touched me i When all denied, 54 And he put them all out, Peter, and they that were with and took her by the hand, and him, said, Master, the multi- called, saying, Maid, arise. tude throng thee, and press

55 And her spirit came athee, and sayest thou, Who gain, and she arose straighttouched me?

way; and he commanded to 46 And Jesus said, Some- give her meat. body hath touched me; for I 56 And her parents were perceive that virtue is gone astonished; but he charged out of me.

them that they should tell no 47 And when the woman man what was done. saw that she was not hid, she came trembling, and, falling

CHAP. IX. down before him, she declared 1 Christ sendeth out his aposunto him before all the people

tles: y Herod is desirous to for what cause she had touched see him: 12 he feedeth five him, and how she was healed

thousand : 28 his transfiguimmediately

ration. 48 And he said unto her,

THEN he called his twelve Daughter, be of good comfort; disciples together, and gave thy faith hath made thee them power and authority over whole; go in peace.

all'devils, and to cure diseases. 49 [ While he yet spake

2 And he sent them to preach there cometh one from the the kingdom of God, and to ruler of the synagogue's house, heal the sick. saying to him, Thy daughter 3 And he said unto them, is dead ; trouble not the Mas- take nothing for your journey,

2

neither staves, nor scripya nei50 But when Jesus heard it he answered him, saying, Fear a Scrip. See Matt. X. 10.

ter.

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