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know it. But they when they were de- Capernaum. Mimart . 31. parted, spread abroad his fame in all 31. Mar. ix.

that country.

SECT, LIX.
Jesus cureth one that was dumb and

pofleffed with a Devil.

A brought

S they went out, behold they.32. Mar. ix.

to him a dumb man pofsessed with a devil. And when the-de

33. Miracle, vil was cast out, the dumb fpake: and the multitudes marvelled, saying, It was never so seen in Israel. But the 34. Pharisees said, He cafleth out devils through the prince of the devils.

SECT. LX. .
Jesus goes to Nazareth, is despised of Nazareth.

his countrymen because of his mean
condition.

Mat. xiii. 54.

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ND [Fesus] went out from 1. Mar. vi.

thence and came into his own
country, and his disciples follow'd him.
And when the fabbath day was come, 2.
he began to teach in the synagogue, and
many hearing him were astonished, fay-
ing, from whence hath this man these
things? and what wisdom is this which
is

given unto him, that even fuch mighty • Mar.v.3.works are wrought by his hands ? *** 1s 55. Mat. xii. not this the carpenter's fon? Is not his

another

Minist. 2.

Nazareth mother called Mary? and his brethren Anno

Fames, and Foses, and Simon, and Fudas? Ætat. 31. Mat. xiii. 56. And his Sisters, are they not all with us? Mar. vi.

3. whence then hath this man all these “Mat. xiii.

things ? *. And they were offended 57, 58.
at him. But Jesus said unto them, A
prophet is not without honour, but in his
own country,

and

among his own Kin, and in his own house.

And he could there do no mighty

work, save that he laid his hands upon Miracle.

a few fick folk, and healed them. And
he marvelled because of their unbelief.

Sec T. LXI. Galilee.

Jesus goes and teaches about the Cities

and Villages and beals all sicknesses. Mar. ix. 35.0 ND Jesus went about all the ci. Mar.vi, 6e

ties and villages teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel

of the kingdom, and healing every fick-
36. ness and every disease among the people.

But when he saw the multitudes he
was moved with compassion on them,
because they fainted, and were scattered
abroad, as sheep having no Thepherd.

Then faith he unto his disciples, The
38. harvest truly is plenteous, but the labout-

rers are few; pray ye therefore the Lord
of the barvest, ibat he will send forth
labourers into his harvest.

37.

SECT,

Galilee,

Anno Ærar. 31. Minift. 2.

SECT. LXII.

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Jesus sends out the twelve Apostles to
preach the Gospel, and to heal Dif-

eases and cast out Devils. • Mat. X. 1. THEN [Fesus] called his twelve 1. Luk. ix, Mar. vi. 7.

disciples together, and gave them power and authority over all devils

[and] * unclean spirits, to cast them 1. Mat x. o Luk.ix. I. out, and to heal all manner of fick

ness and all manner of disease.

Now the names of the twelve Apo- 2.
ftles are these: The first, Simon, who
is called Peter, and Andrew his brother,
James the son of Zebedee, and John
his brother, Philip and Bartholomew,
Thomas, and Matthew the publican,
James the son of Alpheus, and Lebbeus,
whose firname was Thaddeus, Simon
the Canaanite, and Judas Iscariot, who

· These twelve Je-7. Mar. vi. Mar. vi.7.

also betrayed him. Luk. ix. 2. sus sent forth, *two by two, * and com. 15. Mar. Xo

manded them saying, Go not into the
way of the Gentiles, and into any city
of the Samaritans enter ye not.
rather to the loft sheep of the house of
Israel * 10 preach the kingdom

of God.

2. Luk. ix. * Andas ye ga, preach, Jaying, The king- 7. Mat

. x. Luk.ix.2. dom of heaven is at hand. a Heal the sick, .. • Mar. vi.7. cleanse the Lepers, raise the dead, i cajt

out devils, freely ye have received, free-
ly give. ** And he commanded them 8. Mar. vi.
that they should take nothing for their

journey,

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fluk. ix.3.

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Mat. X.

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Galilee. journey, fave a staff only, [ Saying ] Anno
Mar. X. 9.** Provide neither gold nor silver, nor Æcat, 31.

10. brass in your purses: Nor scrip for your : Mar. vis.

journey, neither two coats, neither shoes, 9. nor staves : * But be shod with sandals,

and not put on two coats /* for the

workman is worthy of his meat.) And

11. into whatsoever city or town, * and whatLuk. ix. 40

11. Soever house ye enter into, enquire Mat. x. Mar. vi.

10. who in it is worthy; and * " there abide " Mat. x. II. till ye depart from that place.

* And when ye come into an house, 13•

« falure it, and if the house be worthy

" let your peace come upon it; but if .." it be not worthy, let your peace re

turn to you : and whosoever shall "Mar.vi.11. not receive you, nor hear your words, Luk. ix. 5.

“ when ye depart out of that house or Mar. vi. II.

city, shake off the dust of your feet Mat. X. 15.

« * for a testimony against them. * * Ve kMar.vi.II, crily I say unto you, it shall be more

tolerable for the land of Sodom and

Gomorrha in the day of judgment,

" than for that city. Mat. ix.

“ Behold, I send you forth as sheep
" in the midst of wolves: be ye there-

fore wise as serpents, and harmless
as dores. But beware of

But beware of men, for
they will deliver you up to the coun-

cels, and they shall scourge you in 38.“ their fynagogues. And ye shall be

brought before governours and kings 6 for my fake, for a testimony against 19." them and the Gentiles. But when

they deliver you up, take no thought < how or what yɛ thall speak : for it

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Anno “ shall be given you in that same hour Galilee.
Ætat. 31. “ what ye ihall speak. For it is not 20. Mat. 8.
Minift. 2. “ ye that speak, but the spirit of your

" Father which speaketh in you. And
" the brother shall deliver up the bro- 21.
“ther to death, and the father the
“ child; and the children shall rise up
“ against their parents, and cause them
" to be put to death. And ye shall be 22.
« hated of all men for my names sake,
« but he that endureth to the end,
« shall be saved. But when they per- 23.
“ fecute you in this city, flee ye into ano-
“ther : for verily I fay unto you, ye
“ shall not have gone over the cities of

Ifrael, 'till the son of man be come.
“ The disciple is not above his Ma. 24.

fter, nor the servant above his Lord.
" It is enough for the disciple that he 25.
66 be as his Master, and the servant as
“ his Lord: if they have called the
“ Master of the house Beelzebub, how
“ much more shall they call them of his
“ houshold ? Fear them not therefore, 25.
< for there is nothing covered, that
« shall not be revealed; and hid that
• shall not be known. What I tell you 27.
“ in darkness, that speak ye in light:
" and what ye hear in the ear, that
preach ye upon the house tops. And 28.
fear not them which kill the body,
“ but are not able to kill the soul: but
" rather fear him which is able to

dettroy both foul and body in

56 hell.

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