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thyself to the priest, and offer
15 But so much the more
self into the wilderness, and
9 For he was astonished, and and doctors of the law sitting
A paralytic healed.
Matthew called. every town of Galilee, and Ju- 26 And they were all amazed, dea, and Jerusalem: and the and they glorified God, and power of the Lord was pre- were filled with fear, saying, sent to heal them.
We have seen strange things 18 | And, behold, men
to day. brought in a bed a man which 27 Í And after these things was taken with a palsy: and he went forth, and saw a pub. they sought means to bring him lican, named Levi, sitting at in, and to lay him before him. the receipt of custom: and he
19 And when they could not said unto him, Follow me. find by what way they might
28 And he left all, rose up, bring him in because of the and followed him. multitude, they went upon the 29 And Levi made him a housetop, and let him down great feast in his own house : through the tiling with his and there was a great company couch into the midst before of publicans and of others that Jesus.
sat down with them. 20 And when he saw their 30 But their scribes and Phafaith, he said unto him, Man, risees murmured against his thy sins are forgiven thee. disciples, saying, Why do ye 21 And the scribes and the eat and drink with publicans Pharisees began to reason, say. and sinners ? ing, Who is this which speak- 31 And Jesus answering said eth blasphemies? Who can for- unto them, They that are give sins, but God alone? whole need not a physician; 22 But when Jesus perceived but they that are sick. their thoughts, he answering 32 I came not to call the rightsaid unto them, What reason eous, but sinners to repentance ye in your hearts?
33 | And they said unto him, 23 Whether is easier, to say, Why do the disciples of John Thy sins be forgiven thee; or fast often, and make prayers, to say, Rise up and walk ? and likewise the disciples of
24 But that ye may know the Pharisees; but thine eat that the Son of man hath and drink? power upon earth to forgive 34 And he said unto them, sins, (he said unto the sick of Can ye make the children of the palsy,) I say unto thee, the bridechamber fast, while Arise, and take up thy couch, the bridegroom is with them? and go unto thine house.
35 But the days will come, 25 And immediately he rose when the bridegroom shall be up before them, and took up taken away from them, and that whereon he lay, and de- then shall they fast in those parted to his own house, glo days. rifying God.
36 | And he spake also a
the Pharisees. parable unto them; No man 4 How he went into the house putteth a piece of a new gar- of God, and did take and eat ment upon an old; if other the shewbread, and gave also wise, then both the new mak- / to them that were with him; eth a rent, and the piece that which it is not lawful to eat was taken out of the new but for the priests alone? agreeth not with the old. 5 And he said unto them, 37 And no man putteth new
That the Son of man is Lord wine into old bottles; else the also of the sabbath. new wine will burst the bot- 6 And it came to pass also tles, and be spilled, and the on another sabbath, that he bottles shall perish.
entered into the synagogue 38 But new wine must be put and taught: and there was a into new bottles; and both are man whose right hand was preserved.
withered. 39 No man also having drunk 7 And the scribes and Phaold wine straightway desireth risees watched him, whether new; for he saith, The old is he would heal on the sabbath better.
day; that they might find an
accusation against him. CHAPTER VI. | But he knew their thoughts, 1 Christ reproveth the Pharisees' blindness and said to the man which had about the observance of the sahbath, by thewithered hand, Rise up, and scripture, reason, and miracle ; 13 chooseth twelve apostles ; 17 healeth the diseased; 20 stand forth in the midst. And preacheth to his disciples before the people he arose and stood forth. of blessings and curses ; 27 how we must love our enemies ; 46 and join the obedience 9 Then said Jesus unto them, of good works to the hearing of the word; I will ask you one thing ; Is 48 like the man, who buildeth his house upon a rock, and not upon the earth.
it lawful on the sabbath days ND it came to pass on the to do good, or to do evil ? to
second sabbath after the save life, or to destroy it? first, that he went through the 10 And looking round about corn fields; and his disciples upon them all, he said unto plucked the ears of corn, and the man, Stretch forth thy did eat, rubbing them in their hand. And he did so: and hands.
his hand was restored whole 2 And certain of the Pha- as the other. risees said unto them, Why 11 And they were filled with do ye
that which is not law. madness; and communed one ful to do on the sabbath days? with another what they might 3 And Jesus answering them
do to Jesus. said, Have ye not read so much 12 ( And it came to pass in as this, what David did, when those days, that he wentoutinto himself was ahungered, and a mountain to pray, and contin. they which were with him; ued all night in prayer to God.
The apostles chosen.
ST. LUKE, Of loving our enemies. 13 And when it was day, as evil, for the Son of man's he called unto him his disci. sake. ples: and of them he chose 23 Rejoice ye in that day, twelve, whom also he named and leap for joy: for, behold, apostles;
your reward is great in hea14 Simon, whom he also na- ven: for in the like manner med Peter, and Andrew his did their fathers unto the probrother, James and John, Phi.
phets. lip and Bartholomew,
24 But woe unto you that 15 Matthew and Thomas, are rich! for ye have received James the son of Alpheus, and your consolation. Simon called Zelotes,
25 Woe unto you that are 16 And Judas the brother of full! for ye shall hunger. Woe James, and Judas Iscariot, unto you that laugh now! for which also was the traitor. ye shall mourn and weep.
17 | And he came down 26 Woe unto you, when all with them, and stood in the men shall speak well of you! plain, and the company of his for so did their fathers to the disciples, and a great multi-false prophets. tude of people out of all Judea 27 | But I say unto you and Jerusalem, and from the which hear, Love your enesea coast of Tyre and Sidon, mies, do good to them which which came to hear him, and to be healed of their diseases; 28 Bless them that curse
18 And they that were vexed you, and pray for them which with unclean spirits: and they despitefully use you. were healed.
29 And unto him that smiteth 19 And the whole multitude thee on the one cheek offer also sought to touch him: for there the other; and him that taketh went virtue out of him, and away thy cloak forbid not to healed them all.
take thy coat also. 20 1 And he lifted up his 30 Give to every man that eyes on his disciples, and said, asketh of thee; and of him Blessed be ye poor: for yours that taketh away thy goods is the kingdom of God.
ask them not again. 21 Blessed are ye that hunger 31 And as ye would that now: for ye shall be filled. men should do to you, do ye
weep now: also to them likewise. for ye shall laugh.
32 For if ye love them which 22 Blessed are ye, when men
you, what thank have ye? shall hate you, and when they for sinners also love those that shall separate you from their love them. company, and shall reproach 33 And if ye do good to them you, and cast out your name which do good to you, what
Blessed are ye
inculcated. thank have ye? for sinners to thy brother, Brother, let me also do even the same.
pull out the mote that is in 34 And if ye lend to them of thine eye, when thou thyself whom ye hope to receive, what beholdest not the beam that is thank have ye? for sinners also in thine own eye? Thou hypolend to sinners, to receive as crite, cast out first the beam out inuch again.
of thine own eye, and then shalt 35 But love ye your enemies, thou see clearly to pull out the and do good, and lend, hoping mote that is in thy brother's for nothing again; and your eye. reward shall be great, and ye 43 For a good tree bringeth shall be the children of the not forth corrupt fruit; nei. Highest: for he is kind unto ther doth a corrupt tree bring the unthankful and to the forth good fruit. evil.
44 For every tree is known 36 Be ye therefore merciful, by his own fruit. For of as your Father also is merci. thorns men do not gather figs, ful.
nor of a bramble bush gather 37 Judge not, and ye shall they grapes. not be judged: condemn not, 45 A good man out of the and ye shall not be condemn good treasure of his heart ed : forgive, and ye shall be bringeth forth that which is forgiven:
good ; and an evil man out of 38 Give, and it shall be given the evil treasure of his heart unto you; good measure, press bringeth forth that which is ed down, and shaken together, evil : for of the abundance and running over, shall men of the heart his mouth speak. give into your bosom. For eth. with the same measure that 46 | And why call ye me, ye mete withal it shall be Lord, Lord, and do not the measured to you again.
things which I say? 39 And he spake a parable
47 Whosoever cometh to me, unto them; Can the blind lead and heareth my sayings, and the blind? shall they not both doeth them, I will shew you fall into the ditch ?
to whom he is like: 40 The disciple is not above 48 He is like a man which his master: but every one that built a house, and digged deep, is perfect shall be as his master. and laid the foundation on a 41 And why beholdest thou rock: and when the flood the mote that is in thy bro- arose, the stream beat vehe. ther's eye, but perceivest not mently upon that house, and the beam that is in thine own could not shake it; for it was eye?
founded upon a rock. 42 Either how canst thou say 49 But he that heareth, and