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to him, “ Grant us that we may reth, he began to cry out, and to sit, one on thy right hand, and say, “ Jesus, thou son of David, the other on thy left hand, in have pity on me.” 48 And many thy glory." 38 But Jesus said to rebuked him, that he might them, “ Ye know not what ye be silent: but he cried out ask: can ye drink of the cup much louder, « Thou son of of which I am to drink ? and David, have pity on me." be baptized with the baptism 49 And Jesus stopping, orwith which I am to be bap- dered him to be called: and tized ?" 39 And they said to they called the blind man, sayhim, “ We can.” And Jesus ing to him, “ Be encouraged, said to them, “Ye will drink in- rise; he calleth thee." 50 And deed of the cup of which I am casting away his mantle, he to drink;- and will be baptized rose up, and went to Jesus. with the baptism with which I 51 And Jesus speaking, said to am to be baptized : 40 but, to him, " What dost thou wish sit on my right hand, and on my me to do for thee?” Then the left hand, is not mine to give, blind man said to him, “Masexcept to those for whom it is ter, that I
sight.” 52 And Jesus said to 41 And the ten liearing him, “ Go : thy faith hath resthis, began to be moved with tored thee.” And immediately, indignation against James and he received his sight, and folJohn. 42 But Jesus, having lowed him on the road. called them together, said to Ch. XI. 1 And when they them, « Ye know that those drew near to Jerusalem, being who rule over the gentiles have come as far as Bethphage, and dominion over them; and their Bethany, near the mount of great ones exercise authority Olives, he sent two of his disciupon them. 43 But it shall not ples, and said to them, 2 “Go be so among you : but whoso into the town, over-against you: ever desireth to be great among and immediately as ye enter you, must be your servant: 44 into it, ye will find a colt tied, and whosoever of you, desireth whereon no
sat: to be chief, must be the slave loose it, and bring it to me. 3 of all. 45 For even the Son of And if any one say to you, man came not to be served, but\" Why do ye this?' say, The to serve; and to give his life a Master hath need of it:' and ransom for many.
immediately, he will send it hi46 And they came to Jericho: ther.” 4 And they went away, and on his going out of Jericho, and found a colt, tied by a door, with his disciples, and a great without, in a place where two crowd, blind Bartimeus, (that roads met; and they loosed it. is, the son of Timeus,) sat by 5 And some of those who the road, begging. 47 And hear- stood there, said to them ing that it was Jesus of Naza-1" What do ye, loosing the colt?"
6 And they, having answered taught them, saying, “Is it not 3 as Jesus had commanded them, written, My house shall be
were allowed to take it. 7 And called a house of prayer for all they brought the colt to Jesus, the nations?' but ye have made and cast their mantles on it: it a den of robbers.” 18 And the and he sat thereon. 8 And many scribes and the chief-priests spread their mantles in the heard it, and sought how they road: and others cut down might destroy him: for they boughs from the trees, and feared him, because all the strewed them in the road. multitude was
amazed at his 9 And those who went be- doctrine. 19 And when evenfore, and those who followed, ing was come, he went out of shouted, saying, “Hosanna : the city. Blessed be he who cometh in 20 And in the morning, as the name of the Lord. 10 Hap- they passed by, they saw the py be the approaching reign of fig-tree withered away from the our father David: Hosanna in roots. 21 Whereupon Peter rethe highest.” 11 And [Jesus] collecting, said to him, “ Masentered into Jerusalem, Teven] ter, behold the fig-tree, which into the temple : and having thou hast devoted, already withsurveyed all things round about, ered.” 22 And Jesus answer. it being late, he departed, with ing, said to them, “ Have faith the twelve, to Bethany.
in God. 23 For verily I tell you, 12 AND on the morrow, on Whosoever shall say to this their coming from Bethany, he mountain, “Be thou removed, was hungry. 13 And seeing a and be thou cast into the sea ;' fig-tree at a distance, full of and shall not doubt in his leaves, he went to see if he heart, but shall believe that what could find any fruit on it, (for he saith will come to pass; he the season for the gathering of shall have whatsoever he saith;] figs was
not come,) but 24 for which reason, I tell you, coming to it, he found nothing All things whatsoever ye ask but leaves. 14 Whereupon he when ye pray,believe that ye will said to it; “ Henceforth let no receive them, and ye shall have one eat fruit of thee to the age.” them. 25 And when ye stand And his disciples heard it. praying, forgive, if ye have
15 And they came to Jeru. aught against any : Then also salem: and going into the your Father in heaven, will fortemple, he began to drive out give you your trespasses. 26 those who sold and bought in But if ye do not forgive, the temple: and he overthrew neither will your Father in the tables of the money-chang- heaven, forgive your trespasses. ers, and the seats of those who 27 And they again came to sold doves ; 16 and would not Jerusalem : and as he suffer any one to carry a vessel walking in the temple, there through the temple. 17 He also I came to him, the chief-priests,
and the scribes, and the elders; , killed; and of many others, 28 and said to him, “By what au which he sent, some they beat, thority dost thou these things? | and some they killed. and who gave thee this au 6« Now having an only son, thority, to do these things?" beloved [by him,] he, at last, 29 And Jesus answering, said sent him also to them, saying, to them, “ I will also ask you • They will reverence my son. one question ; now answer me, 7 But those husbandmen said and I will tell you by what au- amongst themselves, . This is thority I do these things. 30 the heir ; come, let us kill him,
Was the baptism of John from and the inheritance will be heaven, or from men?' answer ours.' 8 So they laid hold on me."
him, and having thrust him out 31 And they reasoned amongst of the vineyard, they killed him. themselves, saying, “ If we say, 9 What, therefore, will the ownFrom heaven ;' he will say, er of the vineyard do? he will Why then did ye not believe come and destroy the husband. him ? 32 But if we say, 'From men, and will give the vineyard men;' they feared the people: to others. for all men accounted John to 10 “ Have ye not read this be a prophet indeed. 33 And scripture? The stone which the they answering, said to Jesus, builders rejected, is become “ We cannot tell.” And Jesus the he:id of the corner. 11 This answering, said to them, “Nei- is the Lord's doing; and it is ther do I tell you by what au- marvellous in our eyes.” 12 And thority I do these things.” they sought to apprehend him,
Ch. XII. 1 And he commen- (but feared the multitude ;) for ced talking to them in parables, they knew that he had spoken 6 A certain man planted a vine- the parable against them : and yard, and put a hedge about it, leaving him, they went away. and digged a wine-vat, and built 13 Then they sent to him a tower, and let it out to hus- some of the Pharisees, and of bandmen; and went into ano- the Herodians, to catch him in ther country. 2 And, at the discourse. 14 And having come, season, he sent to the husband. they said to him, “ Teacher, men a servant, that he might we know that thou art true, and receive from the husbandmencarest not for any one: for thou of the fruit of the vineyard. 3 regardest not the persons of But they seized him, beat men, but teachest the way
of him, and sent him away empty. God truly : Is it lawful to give 4 And again, he sent to them tribute to Cesar, or not? shall another servant : and (by cast- we give, or shall we not give ?" ing stones,] they wounded him 15 But he, knowing their in the head, and sent him away hypocrisy, said to them “ Why shamefully treated. 5 And he do ye try me? bring me a desent another ; and him they narius, that I may see it.” 16
And they brought it: and he him, saying, I am the God of said to them, “Whose is this Abraham, and the God of Isaac, image and inscription ?" And and the God of Jacob? 27 He they said to him, “Cesar's." is not the God of the dead, but 17 And Jesus answering, said of the living. Ye therefore to them, “ Render to Cesar, greatly err.” the things of Cesar, and to 28 Then one of the scribes God, the things of God." And approached, and, having heard they wondered at him.
them reasoning together, and 18 Then the Sadducees came perceiving that he had answerto him, who say that there is ed them well, asked him, no resurrection; and they ask-" Which is the first commanded him, saying, 19 “ Teacher, ment of all ?" 29 And Jesus anMoses hath written to us : "If swered him, " The first coma man's brother die, and leave mandment of all is, •Hear, O behind a wife, but leave no Israel; The Lord is our God: children, that his brother should the Lord is one: 30 and thou take his wife, and raise up off- shalt love the Lord thy God spring to his brother.' 20" Now with all thy heart, and with all there were seven brethren : and thy soul, and with all thy mind, the first took a wife, and, dying, and with all thy strength. This left no offspring. 21 And the is the first commandment 31 second took her, and died, And the second is like it, neither left he any offspring : • Thou shalt love thy neigh22 and the third in like man- bour as thyself. There is none ner: so the seven had her, and other commandment greater left no offspring: last of all the than these." woman also died.
32 And the scribe said to 23" In the resurrection, [there- him, “ In truth, Master, thou fore,] when they shall arise from hast said well: for there is one; the dead, whose wife of them and there is none other but he: will she be? for the seven had 33 and to love him with all the her as their wife.” 24 Then heart, and with all the underJesus answering, said to them, standing, and with all the soul, “Do ye not err concerning and with all the strength, and this matter, not knowing the to love his neighbour as himself, scriptures, nor the power of is more than all whole burnt God? 25 For when they shall offerings and sacrifices." 34 arise from the dead, there will And Jesus observing how disbe neither marrying, nor giving creetly he answered, said to in marriage: but they will be him, “ Thou art not far from as the angels in heaven. the kingdom of God.” And no
26 “But concerning the dead, one, after that, durst interrothat they shall rise, have ye not gate him. read in the book of Moses, 35 Then, as Jesus was teachhow, at the bush, God spake to sing in the temple, he asked
them, “How say the scribes , “Seest thou these great buildthat Christ is the son of David ? ings ? there will not be left one 36 For David himself, speaking stone upon another, which will by a holy spirit, said, • Jehovah not be thrown down.” said to my Lord, Sit thou on 3 And as he was sitting upon my right hand, till I make thine the mount of Olives, overenemies thy footstool.? 37 David against the temple, Peter, and (therefore] himself, calleth him James, and John, and Andrew, Lord : how is he then his son ?" | asked him privately, 4“ Tell us, And the common people heard when will these things be? and him gladly.
what will be the sign, when all 38 Then he said to them, in these things are about to be achis teaching, “ Beware of the complished ? 5 And Jesus anscribes, who like to walk in swering them, began to say, robes, 39 and love salutations in " Take heed that no one deceive the market-places, and the chief you: 6 For many will come in seats in the synagogues, and my name, saying, "I am the the chief places at feasts : 40 person ;' and will deceive many. who devour widows' houses, 7 “But when ye shall hear of and for a show make long pray- wars, and rumours of wars, be ers: these will receive a great- not troubled : for these things er punishment."
must come to pass ; but the end 41 And Jesus sat over against will not be yet. 8 For nation the treasury, and beheld how will rise against nation, and the multitude cast money into kingdom against kingdom : and the treasury: and many who there will be earthquakes in were rich put in much. 42 And many places, and there will be a certain poor] widow came, famines (and tumults.] 9 These and put in two mites, which things are the beginnings of make a farthing. 43 And having sorrows. But take ye heed to called his disciples, he said to yourselves; for they will delithem,“ Verily I tell you, that ver you up to councils ; and ye this poor widow hath put in will be beaten in the synamore than all who have put gogues, and ye will be brought into the treasury: 44 for all before rulers and kings for my they have contributed out of sake; for a testimony to them. their abundance : but she out 10 “ The good tidings, how. of her poverty hath given all ever, must first be published that she had, even her whole among all nations. 11 But when living."
they bring you and deliver you Ch. XIII. 1. And as he was up, take no anxious thought going out of the temple, one of before hand, what ye shall his disciples said to him, “ Mas- speak, [nor meditate:) but whatter! see! what large stones, ever shall be suggested to you, and stately buildings!” 2 And that moment, speak: for it is Jesus answering, said to him, I not ye that speak, but the holy