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JOHN. CHAP. IX. CHAP. V. CHAP. VIII. 22 But Jesus turned him about, &when he saw her,

he said, 34 And he said 48 And he said

Daughter, untoher, Daughter untoher, Daughter beof good comfort

be of goodcomfort thy faith hath

thy faith hath thy faith hath made thee whole. made thee whole, made thee whole,

go in peace, go in peace.
and be whole of
thy plague.

35 While he 49 | While he
yet spake, there yet spake, there
came from

cometh one from
the ruler of the the ruler of the
synagogue’shouse, synagogue'shouse,
certainwhich said, saying to him,
Thy daughter is Thy daughter is
deadwhytroublest dead : trouble
thou the Master not the master.
any further?

36 As soon as Je- 50 But when Je-
sus heardtheword sus heard it, he
that was spoken, answered,
he saith

unto the ruler of
the synagogue,
Be not afraid,

Fear not :
only believe.

believe only,
and she shall be

made whole. 23 And when Je

38 And he 51 And when he sus came into the comethtothehouse cameintothehouse ruler's house,

of the ruler of the
37 And hesuffered

he suffered
no man to follow no man to go in,
him, save Peter,

save Peter and James, and and James, and John the

John, brother of James.

and the father and the mother of

the maiden. and saw the and seeth the minstrels, and the tumult, and them




JOHN. CHAP. IX. CHAP. V. CHAP. VIII. people making a thatweptand wail- 52 And all wept, noise, ed greatly

and bewailed her:
39 And when he
24 He was "come in, he

but he
said unto them, saith unto them, said,
Give place,

Why make ye this for the ado and weep?the

Weep not, maid is not dead, damsel isnotdead, she is not dead, but sleepeth. but sleepeth. but sleepeth.

And they laugh- 40 Andtheylaugh- 53 Andtheylaughed him to scorn. ed him to scorn:

ed him to scorn,
knowing that she

was dead.
25 But when the but when he 54 And he
people were put had put them all

put them all

he taketh the
father and the mo-
ther of thedamsel,

and themthatwere
i with him, and en-

tereth in where the

damsel was lying, he went in,& took 41 And he took

and took her by the the damsel by the her by the hand,

hand, and said un- hand, and called,
to her, Talitha saying,
cumi; which is,
being interpreted,
Damsel(Isay unto Maid,
thee) arise.

55 And her spirit

came again,
42 And straight-

and she arose
the maid way the damsel straightway:


and walked :
for she was of the

and commanded & he commanded
that something
should be given
her to eat.

to give her meat.
And they were

56 And her astonished with a parents were

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greatastonishment astonished:
43 And he charged but he charged
them straitly that them that they
no man should should tell no man
know it;

what was done. 26 Andthe fame hereofwentabroad into all that land. 953. Yesus heals two blind Men.

27 | And when Jesus departed thence, two blind men followed him, crying,and saying, Thouson of David, have mercy on us.

28 And when he was come into the house, the blind men came to him : and Jesus saith unto them, Believeye that I am able to do this? They said unto him, Yea, Lord.

29 Then touched he their eyes, saying, According to your faith be it unto you. 30 And their eyes were opened; and Jesus straitlycharged them, saying, See that no man know it.

31 But they, when they were departed, spread abroad his fame in. all that country

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32 | And as they
went out, behold, they
brought to him a dumb
man possessed with a

33 And when the devil was cast out, the dumb spake : and the multitudes marvelled, saying, It was never so seen in Israel.

34 But the Phari. sees said, He casteth out devils through the prince of the deyils.

Ø 55. Jesus re-

visits Nazareth, and
is again rejected

54 And when he
was come

AND he went out
into his own country, from thence, and came

into his own country;
andhisdisciples follow

2 And when the he taught sabbath-day wascome, themintheirsynagogue he began to teach insomuch that they in the synagogue : were astonished, andmany hearing him,

and said, were astonished, Whence hath

saying, this man

From whence hath
this wisdom, this man these things?

and what wisdom is
this which is given un-
to him, that even such

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CHAP. VI. & these mighty works? mighty works

wrought by his hands? 55 Is not this the 3 Is not this the

carpenter, carpenter's son?

is not his mother called Mary?

the son of Mary, and his brethren,

the brother of James, and Joses, and James, and Joses, and Simon, and Judas ? of Juda, and Simon?

56 And his sisters and are not his sisters are they not with us ? here with us ?

whence then hath this man all these things?

57 And they were and they were offended in him. offended at him.

But Jesus said 4 But Jesus said unto them, A prophet unto them, A prophet is not without honour, is not without honour, save in his own coun, but in his own country,


and among his own kin and in his own house. and in his own house.

58 And he did 5 And he could

not many mighty there do no mighty works there,


save that he laid his hands upon a few sick folk, and healed them.

6 And he marvelled because of their unbe- because of their unlief.

belief. 56. The occasion of sending forth the twelve apostles preach and work miracles.


C. IX. 36 * But when he saw the multitudes, he


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