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the branches thereof.

33. [ * Another Parab he unto them, The kingdom of heaven is like ven; which a woman took and hid ini three ( 1 ) 1 of meal, till the whole was leavened: 34 things Ipake Jesus unto the multitude in 5 parab without a parable spake he not unto them : 35it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the I saying, I will open my mouth in parables, I

wid things which have been kept secret from the fou of the world. 36. Then Jesus sent the multitude and went into the house and his disciples came him, saying, Declare unto us the parable of the ta the field. 37. He answered and said unto them; } soweth the good Seed; is the Son of man: 38. Th is the world: the good seed are d the children of the dom: but the tares are the children of the wicked 39. The enemy that sowed them is the devil: thé e h: is the end of the world: and the reapers are the a 40. As therefore the tares are gathered and burnt in fire ; fo fhall it be in the end of this world. 41. Th of man shall send forth his angels, and they shall gather of his kingdom all * things that offend [Or, Scandals), them which do iniquity; 42. And shall cast them in furnace of fire : f there shall be wailing and gnathing


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2 * Luk. 13. 20. And again he shalt bruise his Heel. + Joh. 8. faid, Whereunto fhall I liken the Ye are of your Father the Da Kingdom of God.

and the Lults of your Father Mar. 4. 33, 34. And with

will do.- † A&. 13.10. - O many such Parables Tpake he thes of all subciley and all mischi Word unto them, as they were a. Thou (elimas] Child of the [ ble to hear it. But without a Pa vil.-t i Joh. 3. 8. He th rable spake he not unto them: committech Sin is of the Devil.and when they were alone, he ex Joel 3. 13. Put ye, in c pounded all things to his Disci. 10 Sickle, for the Harvest is one ples.

Rev. 14.15. And another Ange C* Pf. 78. 2. I will open my came out of the Temple, cryin Mouth in a Parable: I will utter with a loud Voice to him that fai dark Sayings of old.

on the Cloud, Thrust in thy Sic+ Gen. 3. 15. I will put enmi-s kle, and reap: for the Time is ty between thee and the Woman, come for thee to reap; for the and between thy Seed and her Seed: Harveft of the Earth is ripe. it shall bruise thy Head, and thou ff See on Mat. 8. 12.

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in the kingdom of their Father. Who hath ears to hear, they drew to shore, and sat down, and gathered the good

gathered of every kind. 48. Which, when it was full; into vefsels, but cast the bad away. 49. So fhall it ba at the end of the world: the angels shall come forth, and

fever the wicked from among the juft; 50. And shall caft them into the furnace of fire there fhall be wailHave ye understood all these things? They say unto

* Dan. 12. 3. They that be Wine and Milk without money the firmament, and they that turn In the Time of their Visitation they shall shine, and iun to and fro of the Moon, and ancther glory of from another Srár in glory. So al. so is the Resurreation of the lofs for Christ. Yea doubtless, and I count all things but loss, for the 20 excellency of the knowledge of that thirfteth, come ye to the Wa. ters, and he thac hath no money,come 25 t Ver, 120 ye, buy and eat, gej come, boy

teeth. 43. Then shall the righteous 7 shine forth as the Sun, let him hear. 44. q Again, the kingdom of heaven is

. like unto treasure hid in a field: the which when a man hath found, he hideth; and for joy thereof goeth and felleth all that he hath, and * buyeth that field. 45. Again, the

kingdom of heaven is like unto a merchantman seeking goodly pearls: 46. Who when he had found be pearl of great price, he went and fold all that he had, and bought it. ven is like into

47. Again, the kingdom of heaa net that was cast into the sea, and 52. Then said he unto them, There

fore and without price. + Rev. 3. 18. I counsel thee to buy of me Gold

tried in the Fire, that thou mayst # Wild 3: 7. 5 be rich; and white Raiment, that

thou mayst be clothed.

i Prov 8. 10, 11. Receive my the stubble. Instruction, and not Șilver, and There is one

Knowledge rather than choice another glory 10 Gold. For Wisdom is better than

Rubies ; and all the things thac Sear differeth

may be desired, are not to be compaied to it.

mt Mar 22. 19. So thosé Séra 15 vánts went our into the High-ways:

and gathered together all as many What things

as they fcund, both bad and good: thore I counced

and the Wedding was furnilhed with Guests.

n † Mat. 25. 31. Before him

he shall separate them one from a Ho, every one

nother, as a Shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats.

wise shall shine as the

brightness of many to righteousness, as the Stars for ever and ever.

like Sparks among f 1 Cor. 15.45, 42. glory of the Sun, ana

the Stars ; for one

Dead h Ver. 9.

it Phil. 3.7, 8. were gain to me

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Christ Jesús my Lord.

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fore every scribe which is instruêted unto the kingdom o heaven, is like unto a man that is an housholder, which bringeth forth out of his treasure things • new and old 53. And it came to pass, that when Jesus, had & nished these parables, he departed thence. 54. And whe he was come into his P own country, he taught them their synagogue, infomuch that they were astonished, an laid, Whence hath this man this wisdom, and these mig ty works? 55. Is not this the 9 carpenters fon? is ne his mother called Mary ? and his " brethren, James, ar Joses, and Simon, and Judas ? 56. And his fifters, a they not all with us? Whence then hath this man these things ? 57. And they were s offended in hit But Jesus said unto them, A prophet is not witho honour, save in his own country, and in his own hout 58. And he did not many mighty works there, becau of their unbelief.



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of Cant. 7.13. --Ac qur Gates the Nation abhorreth, to a fervat are all manner of pleasant fruits, of Rulers, Kings lhall fee and new and old, which I have laid up rise, Princes also Ihall for thee, O my beloved.

thip: Mat. 11. 6. Blessed is P & Mat. 2. 23. And he came. S and dwelt in a City called Naza

whosoever fhall not be offend reth. * Mar. 6.1. Hecame in.

in me. to his own Country.

* Luk. 4: 16,

u i Mar. 6. 4. A Prophet is a 23. He came to Nazareth, where without honour, but in his OV he had been brought up. What- 10 Country, and among his own Ki foever we have heard done in Cao and in his own House. Luk. pernaum, do alfo here in thy 24. Verily I say unto you, Country.

Prophet is accepted in his ow Mar. 6.3. Is not this the Country. * Joh. 4. 44. Jefus hid Carpenter..-- Joh. 6. 42. Is not 15 self testified, that a Prophet har this Jesus the son of Joseph.-

no Honour in his own Cour T See on Mat. 12. 46. {:: Mar. 15.40. Mary the Mo

a't Mar. 6. 5, 6. He coul ther of James the less, and of Jofes, there do no mighty Work, fay and of. Salome. Ifa. 49. 3. Thus 20 that he laid his Hands

upon faith the Lord the Redeemer of If. few fick folk, and healed them racl, and his holy one, to him. And he marvelled because of their whom man despiseth, to him whom Unbelief,



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Herodias danced

Baptists head in a

hold on John, and bound him, and put him in prison for to give her whatsoever the would ask. 8. And the being he fent and beheaded John in the prison. and she brought it to her mother.

came and took up the body and buried it, and went and Flat had heard of him, (for his Name

1. Mar. 6.14. And King Herod lip's Wife, and for all the Evils was spread abroad) and he said,

That John Baptist was risen from 2 the dead, and therefore mightys

Works do fhew forth themselves in trarch heard of all that was done by

* Luk. 9.7. Now Herod the te. * cause that it was said of some that John was risen from the dead.

1. Luk. 3:19; 20. But Herod the tetrarch being reproved by him for Herodias his brother PhiYear of our Lord 30s

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T that timeHerod the tetrarch heard of the

2. And said unto his Servants, This is John the Baptift, he is risen from the dead, and therefore mighty works * do thew forth themselves in him

are wrought by him]. 3. q For Herod had (1) laid Herodias iake, his brother Philips wife. 4. For" John said unto him, It is not c lawful for thce to have her. 5; And when he would have put him to death, he feared the multitude, because they counted him as a Prophet. . But when Herods birth-day was kept, the daughter of pleased Herod.

* before them [Or, in the midst], and

7: Whereupon he promised with an oath, before instructed of her mother, faid, Give me here John nevertheless for the oaths fake, and them which fat with

charger. 9. And the king was sorry : commanded it to be given her.

II. And his head was brought in a charger, and given to the damfel:

12. And his disciples

told which Herod had done, added yet this above all, that he shut up John in Prilon.

Lev. 18. 16. Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness of thy brothers Wife ; it is thy brothers na

kedness. * Lev. 20. 21. If a Man perplexed, bea

take his brothers Wife, it is an una
clean thing :. he hath uncovered
his brothers nakedness, they shall
be childless.

See on Mat. 11. 9.
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13. I When Jesus heard of it, he e departed thence by ship into a desert place, apart: and when the people had heard thereof, they followed him on foot out of the cities. 14. And Jesus went forth, and saw a great multitude, and was f moved with companion toward them, and he healed their fick. 15. And when it was sevening his difciples came to him, saying, This is a desert place, and the time is now paft; send the Multitude away, that they may go into the villages, and buy themfelves vi&tuals. 16. But Jesus said unto them, They need not depart, “ give ye them to eat. 17. And they say unto him, We have here but five loaves, and two fishes. 18. He faid, Bring them hither to me. 19. And he commanded the multitude to sit down on the grass, and took the five loaves, and the two fishes, and looking up to heaven, i he bleised and brake, and gave the loaves to his disciples, and the disciples to the multitude.

they ef Mat. 12. 15.

When Jesus i fer this before an hundred Men? knew it, he withdrew himself from He said again, Give the People whence. Mar. 6. 32. And they that they may eat : for thus faith departed into a desert Place by Ship the Lord, They shall eat, and fhall privately. * Luk. 9. 10. - And


leave thereof. he took them, and went ajide pri+ Mac 15. 36. He took the vately into a desert Place, belong. seven Loaves and the Fishes, and ing to the City called Beth.

1 Sam. 9. 13. faida.

The People will not eat until he f + . 9. 36. When he saw the 10 come, because he doch bless the saMuhitudes, he was moved with crifice. Deut. 8. 10. When thou compassion on them, because they haft eaten and are full, then thou sainted, and were scattered abroad, shalt bless the Lord thy God, for the as fheep having no fhepherd. good Land which he hath given

& * Mar. 6. 35. When the Day 15 thee. Joh. 6. 11, 23. Jesus took was now far spent, his Disciples the Loaves, and when he had giver came to him and said, This is a thanks, he distributed to the Discidesert Place, and now the Time is ples. -Nigh unto the Place far passes + Luk. 9. 12. And where they did eat Bread after that when the Day began to wear away,20

the Lord had given thanks. A&. 27. then came the Twelve and faid 35. When he had thus spoken, he unto him, Send the Multitude a took Bread, and gave thanks to God way, that they may go into the in Presence of them all, and when Towns and Country round about, he had broken it, he began to and lodge and get Vituals, . * Joh. 25

1 Tim. 4. 4,5. Every Crea6. S When Jesus lift up his Eyes ture of God is good, and nothing and saw a great Company come un to be refused, if it' be received to him, he faith unto Philip, with Thanksgiving : for it is sametin. Whence shall we buy Bread that fied by the Word of God and there may eat?

Prayer. 2 King. 4. 43. What should 30

gave thanks.


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