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"record is true: for I know whence I The Temple
came, and whither I go; but ye can- 14. Joh. viii.
not tell whence I come, and whither
"Igo. Ye judge after the flefh, Ijudge 15.
cc no man. And yet if I judge, my 16.
judgment is true: for I am not alone
"but I and the Father that fent me.
"It is alfo written in your Law, that the 17.
" teftimony of two men is true. I am 18.
"one that bear witness of my self, and
"the Father that fent me beareth wit-
"nefs of me.
Then faid they unto him, Where is 19.
Jefus anfwered, "Ye neither know te me, nor my Father: if ye had known (C me, ye fhould have known my Fa❝ther alfo.
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These words fpake he in the treasury; 20.
as he taught in the temple: and no man
laid hands on him, for his hour was
not yet come.
Then faid Jefus again unto them, "I 21.
૯ go my way, and ye fhall feek me,
વ and fhall dye in your fins: whither
I go ye cannot come.
Then faid the Jews, Will be kill 22.
himself? because be faith, whither I go,
ye cannot come.
And he faid unto them, "ye are from
"beneath, I am from above: ye are of
"this world, I am not of this world.
"I faid therefore unto you, that ye fhall 24.
"die in your fins; for if ye believe not.
that I am be, ye fhall die in your
The Temple. Then faid they unto him, Who art Anno
Joh. viii. 25. thou?
And Jefus faid unto them, " even the even the Minift. 3. ec fame that I faid unto you from the 26." beginning. I have many things to fay, and to judge of you: but he "that fent me, is true; and I fpeak to "the world thofe things which I have "heard of him. 27. They understood not that he spake to them of the Father.
"Then faid Jefus unto them, "when 66 ye have lift up the son of man, then 66 fhall ye know that I am he, and that "I do nothing of my felf; but as my "Father hath taught me, I fpeak these 29." things. And he that fent me is with me: the Father hath not left me a"lone: for I do always thofe things "that please him.
As he spake these words, many be31.lieved on him. Then faid Jefus to thofe Jews that believed on him:
"If ye continue in my word, then
32. are ye my difciples indeed; and ye
"fhall know the truth, and the truth
"fhall make you free.
33. They answered him, We be Abraham's
feed, and were never in bondage to any
man; how fayeft thou, ye shall be made
34. Jefus answered them, "Verily, veri-
ly I fay unto you, whofoever com-
35." mitteth fin, is the fervant of fin. And
"the fervant abideth not in the house
"for ever; but the fon abideth ever.
Anno Cr "If the fon therefore fhall make you The Temple. Etat. 32. "free, ye fhall be free indeed. I know 36. Joh. Viil Minift. 3. that ye are Abraham's feed, but ye 37.
"feek to kill me, because my word
"hath no place in you. I fpeak that
" which I have feen with my Father.
"And ye do that which ye have feen
"with your father.
They anfwered and faid unto him, 39.
Abraham is our father.
Jefus faith unto them, "If ye were
"Abraham's children, ye would do
"the works of Abraham. But now 40.
66 ye seek to kill me, a man that hath
"told you the truth which I have heard
"of God: this did not Abraham. Ye 41.
"do the deeds of your
Then faid they unto him, We be not
born of fornication; we have one Father,
Jefus faid unto them, "If God were 42.
your Father, ye would love me: för
66 I proceeded forth, and came from
"God; neither came I of my felf,
"but he fent me. Why do ye not 43.
"understand my fpeech? even because
ce ye cannot hear my word. Ye are of 44.
your father the Devil, and the lufts of
СС your father ye will do: he was a
"murderer from the beginning, and
"abode not in the truth, because there
" is no truth in him. When he speak
"eth a lye, he fpeaketh of his own:
"for he is a liar, and the father of it.
"And because I tell you the truth, ye 45.
"believe me not. Which of you con- 46.
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the blind man with the clay, and he Anno Joh. ix. [ . 7. said unto him, Go wash in the (a) pool tat. 32. of Siloam (which is by interpretation, fent.) He went his way therefore, and 8. washed, and came feeing. The neighbours therefore, and they which before, had feen him that he was blind, faid 9. Is not this he that fat and begged? Some faid This is be: others faid he is like 10.him: but he faid, I am he. Therefore faid they unto him, How were thine eyes opened? He anfwered and faid, A man that is called Jefus, made clay, and anointed mine eyes, and faid unto me, Go to the pool of Siloam, and wash: and I went and washed, and I received fight. 12. Then faid they unto him, Where is he? 13.He faid, I know not. They brought to the Pharifees him that aforetime was blind.
[14. And it was the fabbath day when Je
fus made the clay, and opened his eyes! 15.Then again the Pharifees alfo asked
him how he had received his fight. He faid unto them, He put clay upon mine 16. eyes, and I washed and do fee. There
fore faid fome of the Pharifees, This
man is not of God, because be keepeth
not the fabbath-day. Others faid, How
can a man that is a finner, do fuch mi-
(a) Pool of Siloam Was a Pool that stood near the theep market in Jerufalem wherein the Priefts used to wash the sheep that were for the facrifice, it received its water from the fountain of Siloe at the foot of mount Sion; it is called alfo the pool of Bethesda..
racles? and there was a divifion a- Jerufalem. mong them.
They fay unto the blind Man again,
What fayeft thou of him, that he hath
opened thine eyes? He faid, he is a
But the Jews did not believe con- 18.
cerning him, that he had been blind
and received his fight, until they call'd
the Parents of him that had receiv'd
his fight. And they asked them, fay- 19.
ing, Is this your Son, who ye fay was born
blind? how then doth he now fee? His 20.
Parents answered them and faid, We
know that this is our fon, and that he was
born blind: But by what means he now 21.
Seeth, we know not; or who hath opened
his eyes we know not: he is of age, ask him,
he fhall Speak for himself. These words 22.
fpake his Parents, because they feared
the Jews: For the Jews had agreed al-
ready, that if any Man did confefs that
he was Chrift, he should be put out of
the Synagogue. Therefore faid his Pa-
rents, He is of age, ask him.
Then again call'd they the Man that 24.
was blind, and faid unto him, Give
God the praife. We know that this man
is a finner. He answered and faid, 25.
Whether he be a finner or no, I know
not: one thing I know, that whereas I
was blind, now I fee. Then faid they 25.
to him again, What did he to thee? how
opened he thine eyes? He anfwer'd them, 27.
I have told you already, and ye did not
hear: wherefore should you hear it again?