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Parables in which Jefus fhews the
Luk. xviii. 1. AND [Fefus] spake a parable to
them to this end, that men ought
in himself, Though I fear not God, 5. nor regard man; Yet because this "widow troubleth me, I will avenge "her, left by her continual coming the weary me. And the Lord faid, Hear 7. what the unjuft judge faith. And fhall not God avenge his own elect, "which cry day and night unto him, though he bear long with them; I "tell you that he will avenge them speedily. Nevertheless, when the "fon of man cometh, fhall he find "faith on the earth?
And he fpake this parable to certain which trusted in themfelves, that they were righteous, and defpifed others; 10." Two men went up into the Temple to pray; the one a Pharifee, and the "other
other a Publican. The Pharifee ftood 11. Luk. xviii,
Atat. 22. ❝ and prayed thus with himfelf: God I
Jefus goes to Jerufalem against the Temple.
ND it was at Jerufalem the feast 22.
name, they bear wit- Anno
fus answered them, "Is it not written "in your Law, I faid, ye are Gods? 35. If he called them Gods, unto whom "the word of God came, and the Scripture cannot be broken: Say ye "of him whom the father hath fanctified, and fent into the world, Thou blafphemeft; because I faid I am the 37. fon of God? If I do not the works 38. of my father, believe me not, But if
"I do, though ye believe not me, be-
26. nefs of me.
again to take him: but he escaped out Temple. Etat. 33 of their hand. Minift. 4.
Jefus goes into Judea beyond Jordan.
The End of the Third Year of Chrift's
ND it came to pafs, that when Coast of Judea Jefus had finished thefe fayings, beyond Jordan. Mar. x. 1. he departed from Galilee, and came 1. Mat. xix. Joh. x. 40. into the coafts of Judea, beyond Jordan,
I Mar. x.
*into the place where John at firft bapti- 40. Joh. x. Mar. x. 1. Zed; and there he abode *, And great 2 Mat. xix. Joh. x. 41. multitudes followed him, and as he went, he taught them again, and he heal- 2. ed them there and [they] faid, John did 41. Joh. x. no miracle: but all things that John fpake of this man were true. And And many be. 42. Mar. x. 2, lieved on him there. The Pharifees 5, 6, 7, 8, also came unto him, tempting him, and faying unto him, Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every caufe? And he answered and faid unto them, 4"Have ye not read, that he which made
3. Mat. xix,
them at the beginning, made them "male and female? And faid, for this "caufe fhall a man leave father and "mother, and cleave to his wife: and they twain fhall be one flefh. Where"fore they are no more twain, but one
Coaft of Judea" flesh. What therefore God hath joyn- Anno beyond Jordan.ed together, let not man put asunder. Etat. 33. Minift. 4. * And he answered and faid unto them, What did Mofes command you? They say unto him, Why did Mofes then Mar.x. 4, command to give a writing of divorce8. ment, and to put her away? He faith unto them, Mofes, because of the Mar. x. Si "hardness of your hearts, fuffered you “ to put away your wives: but from 9." the beginning it was not fo. And I fay unto you, Whofoever fhall put away his wife, except it be for fornication, and fhall marry another, committeth adultery: and whofo "marrieth her which is put away, doth "commit adultery.
Mar. X. 3.
And in the houfe his difciples ask11. ed him again of the fame matter. And he faith unto them, "Whofoever shall put away his wife, and marry another, committeth adultery against her. "And if a woman fhall put away her "husband, and be married to another, "The committeth adultery. His difciples fay unto him, If the cafe of the man be fo with his wife, it is not good to 11. marry. But he said unto them, "All men cannot receive this faying, fave they to whom it is given. For there 66 are fome Eunuchs, which were fo "born from their mother's womb, and "there are fome Eunuchs, which were "made Eunuchs of men: and there be "Eunuchs which have made themselves "Eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven's "fake.
Mat. xix. 10.