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MATT. XIV. 33.
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And the angel answered and said life in himself; so hath he given to the unto her, the Holy Ghost shall come Son to have life in himself, 25, 26. upon thee, and the power of the High- And we believe and are sure that thou est shall overshadow thee : therefore art that Christ, the Son of the living also that holy thing which shall be God, vi. 69. Jesus heard that they born of thee shall be called the Son of had cast him out; and when he had God, Luke i. 35. And devils also found him, he said unto him, Dost thou came out of many, crying out, and say- believe on the Son of God? He aning, Thou art Christ the Son of God. swered and said, Who is he, Lord, And he rebuking them suffered them that I might believe on him? And not to speak; for they knew that he Jesus said unto him, Thou hast both was Christ, iv. 41. "When he saw seen him, and itis he that talketh with Jesus, he cried out, and fell down be- thee. And he said, Lord, I believe. fore him; and with a loud voice said, And he worshipped him, ix. 35–38. What have I to do with thee, Jesus, She saith unto him, Yea, Lord: I bethou Son of the most high? I beseech lieve that thou art the Christ, the Son thee, torment me not, Luke viii. 28. of God, which should come into the No man hath seen God at any time; world, xi. 27. These words spake the only begotten Son, which is in the Jesus, and lifted up his eyes to heaven, bosomn of the Father, he hath declared and said, Father, the hour is come; him, John i. 18. And I saw, and bare glorify thy Son, that thy Son also record that this is the Son of God, 34. may glorify thee, xvii. 1. The Jews Nathanael answered and saith unto answered him, We have a law, and him, Rabbi, thou art the Son of God; by our law he ought to die, because he thou art the king of Israel, 49. For made himself the Son of God, xix. 7. God so loved the world, that he gave But these are written, that ye might his only begotten Son, that whosoever believe that Jesus is the Christ, the believeth in him should not perish, but Son of God; and that believing ye have everlasting life, iii. 16. But might have life through his name, xx. Jesus answered them, My Father 31. And Philip said, If thou believe worketh hitherto, and I work. There- est with all thine heart, thou mayfore the Jews sought the more to kill est. And he answered and said, I him, because he not only had broken believe that Jesus Christ is the the sabbath, but said also that God Son of God, Acts viïi. 37. Conwas his Father, making himself equal cerning his Son Jesus Christ our with God. Then answered Jesus and Lord, which was made of the seed of said unto them, Verily, verily, I say David according to the flesh; And unto you, The Son can do nothing of declared to be the Son of God with himself, but what he seeth the Father power, according to the Spirit of hodo: for what things soever he doeth, liness, by the resurrection from the these also doeth the Son likewise, dead, Rom. i. 3, 4. For what the For the Father loveth the Son, and law could not do, in that it was weak sheweth him all things that himself through the flesh, God sending his doeth : and he will shew him greater own Son in the likeness of sinful works than these, that ye may marvel. flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in For as the Father raiseth up the dead, the flesh, viii. 3. God, who at sundry and quickeneth them; even so the Son times and in divers manners spake in quickeneth whom he will. For the times past unto the fathers by the Father judgeth no man,
but hath com prophets, hath in these last days mitted all judgment unto the Son : spoken unto us by his Son, whom he That all men should honour the Son, hath appointed heir of all things, by
vey honour the Father. He whom also he made the worlds, Heb.
vureth not the Son honourethi. 1, 2. Herein is love, not that we not the Father which hath sent him, loved God, but that he loved us, and v. 17–23. Verily, verily, I say unto sent his Son to be the propitiation for you, The hour is coming, and now is, our sins, 1 John iv. 10. He that bewhen the dead shall hear the voice of lieveth on the Son of God hath the the Son of God: and they that hear witnes in himself: he that believeth shall live. For as the Father hath not God hath made him a liar; be
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MATT. XIV. 34-36.-XV, I.
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cause he believeth not the record that b But all their works they do for God gave of his Son, v. 10.
to be seen of men : they make broad
their phylacteries, and enlarge the VER. 34.
borders of their garments, Matt. xxiii. Kai damepáraitis, ha dos els tan gro 5. And beneath upon the hem of it Γεννησαρέτ.
thou shalt make pomegranates of blue, And a when they were gone over, they and of purple, and of scarlet, round came into the land of Gennesaret.
about the hem thereof; and bells of a And when they had passed over, Xxviii. 33. Speak unto the children
gold between them round about, Ex. they came into the land of Genne- of Israel, and bid them that they make saret, and drew to the shore. And them fringes in the borders of their when they were come out of the ship,
garments throughout their generastraightway they knew him, and ran
tions, and that they put upon the through that whole region round about, fringe of the borders a ribband of and began to convey about in beds blue: And it shall be unto you for a those that were sick, where they heard fringe,
that ye may look upon it, and he was. And whithersoever he enter
remember all the commandments of ed, into villages, or cities, or country, the Lord, and do them; and that ye they laid the sick in the streets, and seek not after your own heart and besought him that they might touch if it were but the border of his gar- go a whoring, Num. xv. 38, 39.
your own eyes, after which ye use to ment: and as many as touched him
c If a man on the sabbath day rewere made whole, Mark vi. 53-56.
ceive circumcision, that the law of VER. 35.
Moses should not be broken; are ye Και επιγνόντες αυτόν οι άνδρες του τόπου | Angry at me, because I have made a
man every whit whole on the sabbath kustvov, å ÉCTE.AQY els öhny the parepíxapor day? John vii. 23. And his name εκείνην, και προσήνεγκαν αυτά πάντας τους | through faith in his name hath made κακώς έχοντας.
this man strong, whom ye see and And when the men of that place had know: yea, the faith which is by him knowledge of him, they sent out into all bath given him this perfect soundness that country round about, a and brought in the presence of you all, Acts iii. unto him all that were diseased ; 16. If we this day be examined of the * See parallels on ver.[24. chap. iv. good deed done to the impotent man,
by what means he is made whole ; VER. 36.
Be it known unto you all, and to all Και παρεκάλουν αυτόν, ένα μονον άψωνται | the people of Israel, that by the name Toũ xpaonédou rol ivariou aŭtoữ. xai of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom ye έσοι ήψαντο διεσώθησαν.
crucified, whom God raised from the And besought him that they might stand here before you whole, iv.9, 10.
dead, even by him doth this man * only touch the b hem of his garment : And beholding the man which was and as many as touched were © made per healed standing with them, they could fectly whole.
say nothing against it. But when a And, behold, a woman, which they had commanded them to go aside was diseased with an issue of blood
out of the council, they conferred twelve years, 'came behind him, and among themselves, saying, What touched the hem of his garment : shall we do to these men, for that inFor she said within herself, If I may deed a notable miracle hath been but touch his garment, I shall be done by them is manifest to all them whole, Matt. ix. 20,21. For he had that dwell in Jerusalem ; and we canhealed many; insomuch that they not deny it, 14–16. pressed upon him for to touch him, as
CHAP. XV.-VER. 1. many as had plagues, Mark iii. 10. And the whole multitude sought to Τότε προσέρχονται τώ Ιησού dà touch him : for there went virtue out [ Ιεροσολύμων Γραμματείς και Φαρισαίοι, of him, and healed them all, Luke Sigortas
Then a came to Jesus bScribes and
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MATT. xv. 1-4.
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cPharisees, which were of Jerusalem, in thine own eye? Thou hypocrite, saying,
first cast out the beam out of thine * Then came unto him the Phari- own eye; and then shalt thou see sees, and certain of the Scribes which clearly to cast out the mote out of came from Jerusalem, Mark vii. 1. thy brother's eye, Matt. vii. 3-5.
See on clause 2. ver. 4. ch. ii. He answered and said unto them, ¢ See on clause 1. ver. 7. ch. iii. Well hath Esaias prophesied of you, VER. 2.
hypocrites, as it is written, This peo. Διατί οι μαθηταί σου παραβαίνουσι την ple honoureth me with their lips, but wegádooix tão agerbutipar; ou gào vint- their heart is far from me. Howbeit τονται τας χείρας αυτών, όταν άρτον in vain do they worship me, teaching lo Hiwoty.
for doctrines the commandments of
For laying aside the com. Why do thy disciples a transgress the men., tradition of the elders? for they wash mandment of God, ye hold the tradinot their hands when they eat bread.
tion of men, as the washing of pots a And when they saw some of his and cups : and many other such like disciples eat bread with defiled, that things ye do, Mark vii. 6—8. Makis to say, with unwashen hands, they ing the word of God of none effect found fault, Mark vii. 2. And pro- delivered: and many such like things
through your tradition, which ye have fted in the Jews' religion above many do ye, 13. my equals in mine own nation, be
VER. 4. ing more exceedingly zealous of the traditions of my fathers, Gal. i. 14. “ο γας Θεός ενετείλατο, λέγων: Τίμα Beware lest any man spoil you τον πατέρα σου, και την μητέρα και ο through philosophy and vain deceit, κακoλογών πατέρα και μητέρα, θανάτω after the tradition of men, after the TEXÈUTáTW. rudiments of the world, and not after
For a God commanded, saying, “ HoChrist, Col. ii. 8. Wherefore if ye be dead with Christ from the rudi- that curseth father or mother, let him
nour thy father and mother and, c He ments of the world, why, as though die the death. living in the world, are ye subject to ordinances, (Touch not; taste not; if they speak not according to this
a To the law and to the testimony: handle not; Which all are to perish word, it is because there is no light with the using ;) after the command, in them, Isa. viii. 20. Do we then ments and doctrines of men ? Which things have indeed a shew of wisdom make void the law through faith? in will worship, and humility, and
God forbid: yea, we establish the
law, Rom. iii. 31. neglecting of the body, not in nour to the satisfying of the desh, ther: and, Thou shalt love thy neigh
b Honour thy father and thy mo20–23. Forasmuch as
bour as thyself, Matt. xix. 19. Ho-
nour thy father and thy mother : that
his mother, and his father, and keep
sabbaths : I am the LORD your 'o dè åroup@siç elty autoice Alari xal God, Lev. xix. 3. Honour thy father υμείς παραβαίνετε την εντολήν του Θεού, and thy mother, as the LORD thy God δια την παράδοσιν υμών και
hath commanded thee; that thy days But he answered and said unto them, may be prolonged, and that it may go - Why do ye also transgress the com- weil with thee, in the land which the mandment of God by your tradition?
LORD thy God giveth thee, Deut. v. a And why beholdest thou the mote
Hearken unto thy father that that is in thy brother's eye, but con- begat thee, and despise not thy mosiderest not the beam that is in thine ther when she is old, Prov. xxiii. 29. own eye? Or how wilt thou say to thy Children, obey your parents in the brother, Let me pull out the mote out Lord: for this is right, Eph. vi. 1. of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is c And he that curseth his father,
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MATT. XV. 4-6.
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or his mother, shall surely be put to man shall say to his father or mother, death, Exod. xxi. 17. For every one It is Corban, that is to say, a gift, by that curseth his father or his mother, whatsoever thou mightest be profited shall be surely put to death: he hath by me; he shall be free. And ye
sufcursed his father or his mother ; bis fer him no more to do ought for his blood shall be upon him, Lev. xx. 9. father or his mother; Making the If a man have a stubborn and rebel word of God of none effect through lious son, which will not obey the voice your tradition, which ye have deliverof his father, or the voice of his mo- ed: and many such like things do ye, ther, and that, when they have chast- Mark vii. 10–13. But Peter and ened him, will not hearken unto them: John answered and said unto them, Then shall his father and his mother Whether it be right in the sight of lay hold on him, and bring him out God to hearken unto you more than unto the elders of his city, and unto unto God, judge ye, Acts iv. 19. the gate of his place; And they Then Peter and the other apostles anshall say unto the elders of his city, swered and said, We ought to obey This our son is stubborn and rebel- God rather than men, v. 29. lious, he will not obey our voice; he
VER. 6. is a glutton, and a drunkard. And all the men of his city shall stone him | την παράδοσιν υμών.
Και κυρώσατε την εντολήν του Θεού δια with stones, that he die: so shalt thou put evil away from among you; and
And a honnur not his father or his all Israel shall hear, and fear, Deut. mother, he shall be free. b Thus have xxi. 18-21. Cursed be he that set
ye made the commandment of God of teth light by his father or his mother.
none effect by your tradition. And all the people shall say, Amen.
a Honour widows that are widows xxvii. 16. Whoso curseth his father indeed. But if any widow have chil. or his mother ; his lamp shall be put dren or nephews, let them learn first out in obscure darkness, Prov. xx. to shew piety at home, and to requite 20. The eye that mocketh at his fa- their parents : for that is good and ther, and despiseth to obey his mo- acceptable before God, i Tim. v. ther, the ravens of the valley shall 3, 4. But if any provide not for his pick it out, and the young eagles shall own, and specially for those of his eat it, XXX. 17.
own house, he hath denied the faith,
and is worse than an infidel, 8. If VER. 5.
any man or woman that believeth 'Tusīs dè diyeti: "Os ay timn natpi, have widows, let them relieve them, και τη μητρί: Δώρον, δ εάν έξ έμού αφεληθής, | and let not the Church be charged και ου μή τιμήση τον πατέρα αυτού, και την | that it may relieve them that are μητέρα αυτού.
widows indeed, 16. But ye say, Whosoever shall say to b It is time for thee, LORD, to work : his father, or his mother, It is a gift, by for they have made void thy law. whatsoever thou mightest be profited by Therefore I love thy commandments me;
above gold; yea, above fine gold, a Woe unto you, ye blind guides, Psal.cxix. 126, 127. Thy testimonies which say, Whosoever shall swear by are wonderful: therefore doth my the temple, it is nothing; but who- soul keep them, 129. soerer shall swear by the gold of the say, We are wise, and the law of the temple, he is a debtor! Ye fools and LORD is with us? Lo, certainly in blind : for whether is greater, the vain made he it; the pen of the scribes gold, or the temple that sanctifieth is in vain. The wise men are ashamed, the gold? And, Whosoever shall swear they are dismayed and taken: lo, they by the altar, it is nothing ; but who have rejected the word of the LORD; soever shall swear by the gift that is and what wisdom is in them, Jer. upon it, he is guilty, Matt. xxiii. viii. 8, 9. My people are destroyed 16–18. For Moses said, Honour for lack of knowledge : because thou thy father and thy mother; and, hast rejected knowledge, I will also Whoso curseth father or mother, let reject thee, that thou shalt be no him die the death : But ye say, If a priest to me : seeing thou hast for
How do ye
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A. D. 32. gotten the law of thy God, I will also b My son, give me thine heart, and forget thy children, Hos. iv. 6. For let thine eyes observe my ways, Prov. the priest's lips should keep know- xxiii. 26. Thou hast planted them, ledge, and they should seek the law yea, they have taken root : they grow, at his mouth: for he is the messenger yea, they bring forth fruit: thou art of the Lord of hosts. But ye are near in their mouth, and far from departed out of the way; ye have their reins, Jer. xii. 2. Thou hast caused many to stumble at the law; neither part nor lot in this matter : ye have corrupted the covenant of for thy heart is not right in the sight Levi, saith the Lord of hosts. There- of God, Acts viii. 21. Take heed, fore have I also made you contempti- brethren, lest there be in any of you ble and base before all the people, an evil heart of unbelief, in departing according as ye have not kept my from the living God, Heb. iii. 12. ways, but have been partial in the
VER. 9. law, Mal. ii. 7-9.
Μάτην δε σέβονται με, διδάσκοντες διVER. 7.
δασκαλίας εντάλματα ανθρώπων. Υποκριται, καλώς προεφήτευσε σερί
Bul a in vain they do worship me, υμών Ησαΐας, λέγων·
o teaching for doctrines the commund
ments of men. Yea hypocrites, b well did Esaias pro
a I also will do this unto you; I will phesy of you, saying,
even appoint over you terror, cona See on clause 2. ver. 2. chap. vi. sumption, and the burning ague; that
b He answered and said unto them, shall consume the eyes, and cause Well hath Esaias prophesied of you sorrow of heart: and
shall sow hypocrites, as it is written, This your seed in vain, for your enemies people honoureth me with their lips, shall eat it, Lev. xxvi. 16. And your but their heart is far from me, Mark, strength shall be spent in vain : for vii. 6.
your land shall not yield her increase, VER. 8. neither shall the trees of the land
Now David 'Eγγίζει μοι ο λαός ούτος τα στόματι yield their fruits, 20. αυτών, και τοϊς χείλεσί με τιμά ή δε had said, Surely in vain have I kept καρδία αυτών πόρρω απέχει απ' εμού.
all that this fellow hath in the wilder.
ness, so that nothing was missed of This people a draweth nigh unto me all that pertained unto him: and he with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; b but their heart is far xxv. 21. Verily 1 have cleansed my
hath requited me evil for good, 1 Sam. from me. .
heart in vain, and washed my hands 2 Wherefore the LORD said, Foras- in innocency, Psal. lxxiii. 13. Be not much as this people draw near me rash with thy mouth, and let not thine with their mouth, and with their lips heart be hasty to utter any thing bedo honour me, but have removed their fore God : for God is in heaven, and heart far from me, and their fear to- thou upon earth : therefore let thy ward me is taught by the precept of words be few. For a dream cometh men, Isa. xxix. 13. And they come through the multitude of business; and unto thee as the people cometh, and a fool's voice is known by multitude they sit before thee as my people, and of words. When thou vowest a vow they hear thy words, but they will unto God, defer not to pay it ; for he not do them: for with their mouth hath no pleasure in fools : pay that they shew much love, but their heart which thou hast vowed. Better is it goeth after their covetousness, Ezek. that thou shouldest not row, than that xxxiii. 31. Jesus saw Nathanael thou shouldest vow and not pay. Sufcoming to him, and saith of him, fer not thy mouth to cause thy flesh Behold an Israelite indeed, in whom to sin ; neither say thou before the is no guile! John i. 47. For he that angel, that it was an error : wherefore will love life, and see good days, should God be angry at thy voice, let him refrain his tongue from evil, and destroy the work of thine hands? and his lips that they speak no guile, For in the multitude of dreams and 1 Pet. iii. 10.
many words there are also divers