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mourned to you, and ye have not wept.
33 For John the Baptist 51 Doth our law judge came neither eating bread any man, before it hear him, nor drinking wine; and ye and know what he doeth ? say, He hath a devil.
34 The Son of man is come 52 They answered and said eating and drinking; and ye unto him, Art thou also of say, Behold a gluttonous Galilee? Search, and look : man, and a winebibber, a for out of Galilee ariseth no friend of Publicans and sin- prophet. ners !
37 And, behold, a woman 2 And early in the mornin the city, which was a ing he came again into the sinner, when she knew that temple, and all the people Jesus sat at meat in the Pha- came unto him; and he sat risee's house, brought an down, and taught them. alabaster box of ointment,
38 And stood at his feet 3 And the Scribes and behind him weeping, and Pharisees brought unto him began to wash his feet with a woman taken in adultery; tears, and did wipe them with and when they had set her
because thou hast hid a dumb spirit;
babes. 341. 26 Even so, Father : 18 And wheresoever he
for so it seemed good in taketh him, he teareth him: thy sight.
and he foameth, and gnasheth with his teeth, and pineth away: and I spake to thy disciples that they should cast him out; and
they could not. 342. 27 All things are de- 19 He answereth him, and
livered unto me of my saith, O faithless generation, Father: and no man how long shall I be with knoweth the Son, but the you? how long shall I suffer Father; neither knoweth you bring him unto me. any man the Father, save the Son, and he to whomsoever the Son will re
veal him. 343. 28 Come unto me, all 20 And they brought him
ye that labour and are unto him: and when he saw heavy laden, and I will him, straightway the spirit give you rest.
tare him; and he fell on the ground, and wallowed
foaming. 344. 29 Take my yoke up- 21 And he asked his fa
on you, and learn of me; ther, How long is it ago for I am meek and lowly since this came unto him? in heart: and ye shall And he said, Of a child.
find rest unto your souls. 345. 30 For my yoke is 22 And ofttimes it hath
easy, and my burden is cast him into the fire, and light.
into the waters, to destroy him: but if thou canst do any thing, have compassion
on us, and help us.
the hairs of her head, and in the midst,
39 Now when the Phari- 4 They say unto him, see which had bidden him Master, this woman saw it, he spake within him- taken in adultery, in the self, saying, This man, if he very act. were a prophet, would have known who and what manner of woman this is that toucheth him: for she is a sinner.
40 And Jesus answering 5 Now Moses in the law said unto him, Simon, I have commanded us, that such somewhat to say unto thee. should be stoned: but what And he saith, Master, sayon. sayest thou?
41 There was a certain 6 This they said, tempting creditor which had two debt- him, that they might have ors: the one owed five hun- to accuse him. But Jesus dred pence, and the other stooped down, and with his fifty.
finger wrote on the ground, as though he heard them
not. 42 And when they had 7 So when they continued nothing to pay, he frankly asking him, he lifted up forgave them both. Tell me himself, and said unto them, therefore, which of them He that is without sin awill love him most?
mong yo let him first cast
a stone at her. 43 Simon answered and 8 And again he stooped said, I suppose that he, to down, and wrote on the whom he forgave most. And ground. he said unto him, Thou hast rightly judged.
346. 1 T that time Je- 23 Jesus said unto him,
sus went on If thou canst believe, ali the sabbath day through things are possible to him the corn; and his disci- that believeth. ples were an hungred, and began to pluck the ears of corn, and to eat.
347. 2 But when the Pha- 24 And straightway the
risees saw it, they said father of the child cried out, unto him, Behold, thy and said with tears, Lord, I disciples do that which believe; help thou mine unis not lawful to do
belief. the sabbath day. 348. 3 But he said unto 25 When Jesus saw that
them, Have ye not read the people came running to-
I charge thee, come out of
to the house of God, and and rent him sore, and came
in the law, how that on the hand, and lifted him up;
are blameless :
28 And when he was come That in this place is one into the house, his disciples greater than the temple. asked him privately, Why
could not we cast him out?
44 And he turned to the 9 And they which heard it, woman, and said unto Simon, being convicted by their own Seest thou this woman? I conscience, went out one by entered into thine house, one, beginning at the eldest, thou gavest me no water for even unto the last: and Jesus my feet: but she hath wash- was left alone, and the woed my feet with tears, and man standing in the midst. wiped them with the hairs of her head. 45 Thou gavest me no
10 When Jesus had lifted kiss : but this woman since up himself, and saw none but the time I came in hath not the woman, he said unto her, ceased to kiss my feet. Woman, where are those
thine accusers ? hath no man
condemned thee? 46 My head with oil thou 11 She said, No man, didst not anoint: but this Lord. And Jesus said unto woman hath anointed my her, Neither do I condemn feet with ointment,
thee: go, and sin no more.
47 Wherefore I say unto 12 4 Then spake Jesus thee, Her sins, which are again unto them, saying, I many, are forgiven; for she am the light of the world : loved much: but to whom he that followeth me shall little is forgiven, the same not walk in darkness, but loveth little.
shall have the light of life.
48 And he said unto her, 13 The Pharisees thereThy sins are forgiven. fore said unto him, Thou
bearest record of thyself; thy record is not true.
49 And they that sat at 14 Jesus answered and meat with him began to say said unto them, Though I within themselves, Who is bear record of myself, yet this that forgiveth sins also? myrecord is true: for I know
whence I came, and whither