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on every one of them, and healed them.
41 And devils also came 45 Do not think that I out of many, crying out, and will accuse you to the Fasaying, Thou art Christ the ther; there is one that acSon of God. And he rebuk. cuseth you, even Moses, in ing them suffered them not whom ye trust. to speak : for they knew that he was Christ.
42 And when it was day, 46 For had ye believed he departed and went into a Moses, ye would have bedesert place : and the peo- lieved me: for he wrote ple sought him, and came of me. unto him, and stayed him, that he should not depart from them.
43 And he said unto them, 47 But if ye believe not I must preach the kingdom his writings, how shall ye of God to other cities also : believe my words? for therefore am I sent.
ND it came to pass,
2 And a great multitude pressed upon him to hear saw his miracles which he did the word of God, he stood on them that were diseased. by the lake of Gennesaret,
2 And saw two ships 3 And Jesus went up into standing by the lake : but a mountain, and there he the fishermen were gone out sat with his disciples. of them, and were washing their nets. 3 And he entered into one 4. And the Passover, a was come, they brought straightway with haste unto unto him many that were the king, and asked, saying, possessed with devils: I will that thou give me by and he cast out the spi- and by in a charger the rits with his word, and head of John the Baptist.
healed all that were sick: 218. 17 That it might be ful- 26 And the king was ex
filled which was spoken ceeding sorry; yet for his by Esaias the prophet, oath's sake, and for their saying, Himself took our sakes which sat with him, infirmities, and bare our he would not reject her.
sicknesses. 219. 18 | Now when Jesus 27 And immediately the
saw great multitudes a- king sent an executioner, bout him, he gave com- and commanded his head to mandment to depart un- be brought: and he went to the other side.
and beheaded him in the
prison, 220. 19 And a certain Scribe 28 And brought his head
came, and said unto him, in a charger, and gave it to Master, I will follow the damsel : and the damsel thee whithersoever thou gave it to her mother.
goest. 221. 20 And Jesus saith 29 And when his disci.
unto him, The foxes have ples heard of it, they came
where to lay his head. 222. 21 And another of his 30 And the apostles ga
disciples said unto him, thered themselves together Lord, suffer me first to unto Jesus, and told him all go and bury my father. things, both what they had
done, and what they had
taught. 223. 22 But Jesus said un- 31 And he said unto
to him, Follow me; and them, Come ye yourselves let the dead bury their apart into a desert place, dead.
and rest a while: for there were many coming and go
ing, and they had no leisure of the ships, which was Si- feast of the Jews, was nigh. mon's, and prayed him that he would thrust out a little from the land. And he sat down, and taught the people out of the ship.
4 T Now when he had 5 When Jesus then lifted left speaking, he said unto up his eyes, and saw a great Simon, Launch out into the company come unto him, he deep, and let down your saith unto Philip, Whence nets for a draught.
shall we buy bread, that
these may eat? 5 And Simon answering 6 And this said he to said unto him, Master, we prove him : for he himself have toiled all the night, and knew what he would do. have taken nothing : never: theless at thy word I will let down the net.
7 Philip answered him, 6 And when they had this Two hundred pennyworth done, they inclosed a great of bread is not sufficient for multitude of fishes : and them, that every one of them their net brake.
may take a little. 7 "And they beckoned un- 8 One of his disciples, to their partners, which were Andrew, Simon Peter's broin the other ship, that they ther, saith unto him, should come and help them. And they came, and filled both the ships, so that they began to sink.
8 When Simon Peter saw 9 There is a lad here, it, he fell down at Jesus' which hath five barley knees, saying, Depart from loaves, and two small fishes : me; for I am a sinful man, but what are they among so O Lord.
many? 9 For he was astonished, 10 And Jesus said, Make and all that were with him, the men sit down. Now at the draught of the fishes there was much grass in the which they had taken: place. So the men sat down,
in number about five thou
so much as to eat. 224. 23 | And when he 32 And they departed into
was entered into a ship, a desert place by ship pri-
225. 24 And, behold, there 33 And the people saw
arose a great tempest in them departing, and many the sea, insomuch that knew him, and ran afoot theship was covered with thither out of all cities, and the waves : but he was outwent them, and came toasleep.
gether unto him. 226. 25 And his disciples 34 And Jesus, when he
came to him, and awoke came out, saw much people, him, saying, Lord, save and was moved with comus: we perish.
passion toward them, because they were as sheep not having a shepherd: and he began to teach them many
things. 227. 26 And he saith unto 35. And when the day was
them, Why are ye fear- now far spent, his disciples ful, 0 ye of little faith came unto him, and said, Then he arose, and re- This is a desert place, and buked the winds and the now the time is far passed : sea; and there was a
great calm. 228. 27 But the men mar- 36 Send them away, that
velled, saying, What they may go into the counmanner of man is this, try round about, and into that even the winds and the villages, and buy themthe sea obey him! selves bread : for they have
nothing to eat.
229. 28 | And when he 37 He answered and said
was come to the other unto them, Give ye them to side into the country of eat. And they say unto the Gergesenes, there him, Shall we go and buy met him two possessed two hundred pennyworth of 10 And so was also James, 11 And Jesus took the and John, the sons of Zebe- loaves; and when he had dee, which were partners given thanks, he distributed with Simon. And Jesus said to the disciples, and the unto Simon, Fear not; from disciples to them that were henceforth thou shalt catch set down; and likewise of
the fishes as much as they
would. 11 And when they had 12 When they were filled, brought their ships to land, he said unto his disciples, they forsook all, and fol- Gather up the fragments lowed him.
that remain, that nothing be lost.
12 1 And it came to pass, 13 Therefore they gatherwhen he was in a certained them together, and filled city, behold a man full of twelve baskets with the leprosy: who seeing Jesus fragments of the five barley fell on his face, and besought loaves, which remained over him, saying, Lord, if thou and above unto them that wilt, thou canst ke me had eaten. clean.
13 And he put forth his 14 Then those men, when hand, and touched him, say- they had seen the miracle ing, I will : be thou clean. that Jesus did, said, This is And immediately the le- of a truth that prophet that prosy departed from him. should come into the world.
14 And he charged him 15 | When Jesus thereto tell no man: but go, and fore perceived that they shew thyself to the Priest, would come and take him and offer for thy cleansing, by force, to make him a according as Moses com- king, he departed again into manded, for a testimonyun- a mountain himself alone. to them.
15 But so much the more 16 And when even was went there a fame abroad now come, his disciples went of him: and great multi. down unto the sea, tudes came together to hear, and to be healed by him of