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The centurion's servant, MATTHEW, and many others, healed. came unto him a centurion, be- 15 And he touched her hand, seeching him,

and the fever left her: and she 6 And saying, Lord, my ser-arose, and ministered unto them. vant lieth at home sick of the 16 9 When the even was come, palsy, grievously tormented. they brought unto him many that

7 And Jesus saith unto him, I were possessed with devils: and will come and heal him. . he cast out the spirits with his

8 The centurion answered word, and healed all that were and said, Lord, I am not worthy sick; that thou shouldest come under 17 That it might be fulfilled my roof: but speak the word which was spoken by Esaias only, and my servant shall be the prophet, saying, Himself healed.

Itook our infirmities, and bare 9 For I am a man under au- our sicknesses. thority, having soldiers under 18 Now when Jesus saw great me: and I say to this man, Go, multitudes about him, he gave and he goeth; and to another, commandment to depart unto Come, and he cometh; and to the other side. my servant, Do this, and he 19 And a certain scribe came, doeth it.

and said unto him, Master, I 10 When Jesus heard it, he will follow thee whithersoever marvelled, and said to them that thou goest. followed, Verily I say unto you, 20 And Jesus saith unto him, I have not found so great faith, The foxes have holes, and the no, not in Israel.

birds of the air have nests; but 11 And I say unto you, That the Son of man hath not where many shall come from the east to lay his head. and west, and shall sit down with 21 And another of his disciAbraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, ples said unto him, Lord, suffer in the kingdom of heaven: me first to go and bury my fa

12 But the children of the ther. kingdom shall be cast out into 22 But Jesus said unto him, outer darkness: there shall be Follow me; and let the dead weeping and gnashing of teeth. bury their dead.

13 And Jesus said unto the 23 | And when he was entered centurion, Go thy way; and as into a ship, his disciples followthou hast believed, so be it done ed him. unto thee. And his servant was 24 And behold, there arose healed in the self-same hour. a great tempest in the sea, in

14 | And when Jesus was somuch that the ship was cocome into Peter's house, he saw vered with the waves: but he his wife's mother laid, and sick was asleep. of a fever.

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Christ stilleth the tempest, CHAP. IX. and cureth the palsy. him, and awoke him, sayi city came out to meet Jesus : Lord, save us : we perish. and when they saw him, they

26 And he saith unto them, besought him that he would deWhy are ye fearful, 0 ye of part out of their coasts. little faith? Then he arose, and

CHAP. IX. rebuked the winds and the sea; Christ cureth the palsy. and there was a great calm. ND he entered into a ship,

27 But the men marvelled, A and passed over, and came saying, What manner of man is into his own city. this, that even the winds and 2 And behold, they brought the sea obey him!

to him a man sick of the palsy, 28 | And when he was come lying on a bed: and Jesus, seeing to the other side, into the coun-their faith, said unto the sick of try of the Gergesenes, there the palsy, Son, be of good cheer; met him two possessed with thy sins be forgiven thee. devils, coming out of the tombs, 3 And behold, certain of the exceeding fierce, so that no man scribes said within themselves, might pass by that way. This man blasphemeth.

29 And behold, they cried 4 And Jesus, knowing their out, saying, What have we to thoughts, said, Wherefore think do with thee, Jesus, thou Son ye evil in your hearts ? of God? art thou come hither 5 For whether is easier to to torment us before the time ? say, Thy sins be forgiven thee;

30 And there was a good or to say, Arise, and walk ? way off from them a herd of ma- 6 But that ye may know that ny swine, feeding

the Son of man hath power on 31 So the devils besought him, earth to forgive sins, (then saith saying, If thou cast us out, suf- he to the sick of the palsy,) fer us to go away into the herd Arise, take up thy bed, and go of swine.

unto thy house.' 32 And he said unto them, 7 And he arose, and departGo. And when they were come ed to his house. out, they went into the herd of 8 But when the multitude swine: and behold, the whole saw it, they marvelled, and gloherd of swine ran violently down rified God, which had given a steep place into the sea, and such power unto men. perished in the waters.

9 And as Jesus passed forth 33 And they that kept them, from thence, he saw a man fied, and went their ways into named Matthew, sitting at the the city, and told every thing ; receipt of custom: and he saith and what was befallen to the unto him, Follow me. And he possessed of the devils. arose, and followed him. 34 And behold, the whole 10 | And it came to pass, as The disciples vindicated. MATTHEW, The issue of blood healed. Jesus sat at meat in the house, ter is even now dead: but come behold, many publicans and and lay thy hand upon her, and sinners came and sat down with she shall live. him and his disciples.

L 19 And Jesus arose, and 11 And when the Pharisees followed him, and so did his saw it, they said unto his disci- disciples. ples, Why eateth your Master 20 (And behold, a woman with publicans and sinners ? which was diseased with an is

12 But when Jesus heard that, sue of blood twelve years, came he said unto them, They that behind him, and touched the be whole need not a physician, hem of his garment. but they that are sick.

21 For she said within her13 But go ye and learn what self, If I may but touch his garthat meaneth, I will have mercy, ment, I shall be whole. and not sacrifice : for I am not 22 But Jesus turned him. come to call the righteous, but about, and when he saw her, sinners to repentance.

he said, Daughter, be of good 14 Then came to him the comfort: thy faith hath made disciples of John, saying, Why thee whole. And the woman do we and the Pharisees fast was made whole from that hour.) oft, but thy disciples fast not ? 23 And when Jesus came in

15 And Jesus said unto them, to the ruler's house, and saw Can the children of the bride- the minstrels and the people chamber mourn, as long as the making a noise, bridegroom is with them ? but 24 He said unto them, Give the days will come, when the place : for the maid is not dead, bridegroom shall be taken from but sleepeth. And they laughthem, and then shall they fast. ed him to scorn.

16 No man putteth a piece of 25 But when the people were new cloth unto an old garment:put forth, he went in, and took for that which is put in to fill it her by the hand, and the maid up, taketh from the garment, arose. and the rent is made worse. 26 And the fame hereof went

17 Neither do men put new abroad into all that land. wine into old bottles : else the 27 And when Jesus debottles break, and the wine run-parted thence, two blind men neth out, and the bottles perish: followed him, crying, and saybut they put new wine into new ing, Thou son of David, have bottles, and both are preserved. mercy on us.

18 | While he spake these 28° And when he was come things unto them, behold, there into the house, the blind men came a certain ruler, and wor- came to him: and Jesus saith shipped him, saying, My daugh- unto them, Believe ye that I

The blind and dumb cured. CHAP. X. The apostles sent fortha am able to do this? They said

CHAP. X. unto him, Yea, Lord.

The apostles sent to do miracles. 29 Then touched he their A ND when he had called eyes, saying, According to your A unto him his twelve discifaith, be it unto you.

ples, he gave them power against 30 And their eyes were open- unclean spirits, to cast them out, ed; and Jesus straitly charged and to heal all manner of sicka them, saying, See that no man ness, and all manner of disease. know it.

12 Now the names of the 31 But they, when they were twelve apostles are these ; The departed, spread abroad his first, Simon, who is called Pe. fame in all that country. Iter, and Andrew his brother ;

32 | As they went out, be- James the son of Zebedee, and hold, they brought to him a John his brother; dumb man possessed with a 3 Philip, and Bartholomew; devil.

Thomas, and Matthew the pub33 And when the devil was lican; James the son of Alpheus, cast out, the dumb spake: and and Lebbeus, whose surname the multitudes marvelled, say- was Thaddeus; ing, It was never so seen in 4 Simon the Canaanite, and Israel.

Judas Iscariot, who also betray34 But the Pharisees said, ed him. He casteth out devils, through 5 These twelve Jesus sent the prince of the devils.

forth, and commanded them, 35 And Jesus went about all saying, Go not into the way of the cities and villages, teaching the Gentiles, and into any city in their synagogues, and preach- of the Samaritans enter ye not. ing the gospel of the king- 6 But go rather to the lost dom, and healing every sick- sheep of the house of Israel. ness, and every disease among 7 And as ye go, preach, saythe people.

Ting, The kingdom of heaven is 36 But when he saw the at hand. multitudes, he was moved with. 8 Heal the sick, cleanse the compassion on them, because lepers, raise the dead, cast out they fainted, and were scatter-devils : freely ye have received, ed abroad, as sheep having no freely give. shepherd.

19 Provide neither gold, nor 37 Then saith he unto his dis- silver, nor brass in your purses; ciples, The harvest truly is plen- 19 Nor scrip for your journey, teous, but the labourers are few. neither two coats, neither shoes,

38 Pray ye therefore the Lord nor yet staves : (for the workof the harvest, that he will send man is worthy of his meat.) forth labourers into his harvest. 11 And into whatsoever city The disciples vindicated. MATTHEW, The issue of blood healed. Jesus sat at meat in the house, ter is even now dead: but come behold, many publicans and and lay thy hand upon her, and sinners came and sat down with she shall live. him and his disciples.

19 And Jesus arose, and 11 And when the Pharisees followed him, and so did his saw it, they said unto his disci-disciples. ples, Why eateth your Master 20 (And behold, a woman with publicans and sinners ? which was diseased with an is

12 But when Jesus heard that, sue of blood twelve years, came he said unto them, They that behind him, and touched the be whole need not a physician, hem of his garment. but they that are sick.

21 For she said within her13 But go ye and learn what self, If I may but touch his garthat meaneth, I will have mercy, ment, I shall be whole. and not sacrifice : for I am not 22 But Jesus turned him. come to call the righteous, but about, and when he saw her, sinners to repentance.

he said, Daughter, be of good 14 | Then came to him the comfort: thy faith hath made disciples of John, saying, Why thee whole. And the woman do we and the Pharisees fast was made whole from that hour.) oft, but thy disciples fast not ? 23 And when Jesus came in

15 And Jesus said unto them, to the ruler's house, and saw Can the children of the bride- the minstrels and the people chamber mourn, as long as the making a noise, bridegroom is with them ? but 24 He said unto them, Give the days will come, when the place: for the maid is not dead, bridegroom shall be taken from but sleepeth. And they laughthem, and then shall they fast. ed him to scorn.

16 No man putteth a piece of 25 But when the people were new cloth unto an old garment: put forth, he went in, and took for that which is put in to fill it her by the hand, and the maid up, taketh from the garment, arose. and the rent is made worse. 26 And the fame hereof went

17 Neither do men put new abroad into all that land. wine into old bottles : else the 27 | And when Jesus debottles break, and the wine run-parted thence, two blind men neth out, and the bottles perish: followed him, crying, and saybut they put new wine into new ing, Thou son of David, have bottles, and both are preserved. mercy on us.

18 | While he spake these 28° And when he was come things unto them, behold, there into the house, the blind men came a certain ruler, and wor- came to him: and Jesus saith, shipped him, saying, My daugh- unto them, Believe ye that I

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