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Christ reproveth the CHAPTER IX.

unbelieving Jews. neither came I of myself, but | father Abraham, which is dead? he sent me.

and the prophets are dead : 43 Why do ye not understand whom makest thou thyself ? my speech ? even because ye 54 Jesus answered, If I hocannot hear my word.

nour myself, my honour is no44 Ye are of your father the thing: it is my Father that devil, and the lusts of your honoureth me; of whom ye father ye will do: he was a say, that he is your God: murderer from the beginning, 55 Yet ye have not known and abode not in the truth, be- him; but I know him: and if cause there is no truth in him. I should say, I know him not, When he speaketh a lie, he I shall be a liar like unto you: speaketh of his own: for he is but I know him, and keep his a liar, and the father of it. saying.

45 And because I tell you the 56 Your father Abraham re. truth, ye believe me not. joiced to see my day: and he

46 Which of you convinceth saw it, and was glad. me of sin? And if I say the

57 Then said the Jews unto truth, why do ye not believe him, Thou art not yet fifty me?

years old, and hast thou seen 47 He that is of God heareth Abraham ? God's words:

ye

therefore hear 58 Jesus said unto them, Vethem not, because ye are not rily, verily, I say unto you, Beof God.

fore Abraham was, I am. 48 Then answered the Jews, 59 Then took they up stones and said unto him, Say we not to cast at him: but Jesus hid well that thou art a Samaritan, himself, and went out of the and hast a devil ?

temple,going through the midst 49 Jesus answered, I have not of them, and so passed by. a devil; but I honour my Father, and ye do dishonour me.

CHAPTER IX. 50 And I seek not mine own

1 The man that was born blind restored to sight.

13 He is brought to the Pharisees. 18 They glory: there is one that seeketh are offended at it, and excommunicate him; and judgeth.

35 but he is received of Jesus, and confesseth

him. 39 Who they are whom Christ enlight51 Verily, verily, I say unto If a

ND as Jesus passed by, he he shall never see death.

saw a man which was 52 Then said the Jews unto blind from his birth. him, Now we know that thou 2 And his disciples asked him, hast a devil. Abraham is dead, saying, Master, who did sin, and the prophets; and thou say. this man, or his parents, that est, If a man keep my saying, he was born blind? he shall never taste of death. 3 Jesus answered, Neither 53 Art thou greater than our hath this man sinned, nor his

eneth.

do see.

Blindness removed.

ST. JOHN,

Pharisees offended. parents : but that the works of 14 And it was the sabbath God should be made manifest day when Jesus made the clay, in him.

and opened his eyes. 4 I must work the works of 15 Then again the Pharisees him that sent me, while it is also asked him how he had olay: the night cometh, when received his sight. He said no man can work.

unto them, He put clay upon 5 As long as I am in the mine eyes, and I washed, and world, I am the light of the world,

16 Therefore said some of 6 When he had thus spoken, the Pharisees, This man is not he spat on the ground, and of God, because he keepeth made clay of the spittle, and not the sabbath day. Others he anointed the eyes of the said, How can a man that is a blind man with the clay, sinner do such miracles? And

7 And said unto him, Go, there was a division among wash in the pool of Siloam, them. which is by interpretation, 17 They say unto the blind Sent. He went his way there- man again, What sayest thou fore, and washed, and came of him, that he hath opened seeing.

thine eyes? He said, He is a 8 The neighbours therefore, prophet. and they which before had seen 18 But the Jews did not be. him that he was blind, said, Is lieve concerning him, that he not this he that sat and begged? had been blind, and received

9 Some said, This is he: oth- his sight, until they called the ers said, He is like him: but parents of him that had rehe said, I am he.

ceived his sight. 10 Therefore said they unto 19 And they asked them, sayhim, How were thine eyes ing, Is this your son, who ye opened ?

say was born blind? how then 11 He answered and said, A doth he now see? man that is called Jesus made

20 clay, and anointed mine eyes, and said, We know that this and said unto me, Go to the is our son, and that he was pool of Siloam, and wash: and born blind : I went and washed, and I re- 21 But by what means he ceived sight.

now seeth, we know not; or 12 Then said they unto him, who hath opened his eyes, we Where is he? He said, I know know not: he is of age; ask not.

him: he shall speak for him13 | They brought to the self. Pharisees him that aforetime 22 These words spake his pawas blind.

rents, because they feared the

I see.

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They revile the man.

CHAPTER X. He confesseth Christ. Jews: for the Jews had agreed 32 Since the world began was already, that if any man did it not heard that any man confess that he was Christ, he opened the eyes of one that should be put out of the syna- was born blind. gogue.

33 If this man were not of 23 Therefore said his parents, God, he could do nothing. He is of age; ask him.

34 They answered and said 24 Then again called they unto him, Thou wast altogethe man that was blind, and ther born in sins, and dost said unto him, Give God the thou teach us? And they cast praise: we know that this man him out. is a sinner.

35 Jesus heard that they had 25 He answered and said, cast him out; and when he Whether he be a sinner or no, had found him, he said unto I know not: one thing I know, him, Dost thou believe on the that, whereas I was blind, now Son of God?

36 He answered and said, 26 Then said they to him Who is he, Lord, that I might again, What did he to thee? believe on him? how opened he thine eyes?

37 And Jesus said unto him, 27 He answered them, I have Thou hast both seen him, and told you already, and ye did it is he that talketh with thee. not hear: wherefore would ye 38 And he said, Lord, I be. hear it again? will ye also believe. And he worshipped hiin. his disciples ?

39 | And Jesus said, For 28 Then they reviled him, judgment I am come into this and said, Thou art his disci- world, that they which see ple; but we are Moses' disci- | not might see; and that they ples.

which see might be made 29 We know that God spake blind. unto Moses: as for this fellow, 40 And some of the Pharisees we know not from whence he which were with him heard is.

these words, and said unto him, 30 The man answered and Are we blind also ? said unto them, Why herein 41 Jesus said unto them, If ye is a marvellous thing, that ye were blind, ye should have no know not from whence he is, sin: but now ye say,

sin: but now ye say, We see; and yet he hath opened mine therefore your sin remaineth. eyes. 31 Now we know that God

CHAPTER X. heareth not sinners: but if any

24 He proveth man be a worshipper of God, by his works that he is Christ the Son of and doeth his will, him he

1 Christ is the door, and the good shepherd 19 Divers opinions of him.

God. 39 Hle escapeth from the Jews, 40 and

goeth again beyond Jordan, where many beheareth.

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ST. JOHN, and the good shepherd. ERILY, verily, I say unto | they might have it more abun

you, He that entereth not dantly. by the door into the sheepfold, 11 I am the good shepherd : but climbeth up some other the good shepherd giveth his way, the same is a thief and a life for the sheep. robber.

12 But he that is a hireling, 2 But he that entereth in and not the shepherd, whose by the door is the shepherd of own the sheep are not

, seeth the sheep

the wolf coming, and leaveth 3 To him the porter openeth; the sheep, and fleeth; and the and the sheep hear his voice: wolf catcheth them, and scatand he calleth his own sheep tereth the sheep. by name, and leadeth them

13 The hireling fleeth, beout.

cause he is a hireling, and 4 And when he putteth forth careth not for the sheep. his own sheep, he goeth be- 14 I am the good shepherd, fore them, and the sheep fol. and know my sheep, and am low him; for they know his known of mine. voice.

15 As the Father knoweth 5 And a stranger will they me, even so know I the Fanot follow, but will flee from ther: and I lay down my life him; for they know not the for the sheep. voice of strangers.

16 And other sheep I have, 6 This parable spake Jesus which are not of this fold: them unto them; but they under- also I must bring, and they stood not what things they shall hear my voice; and there were which he spake unto shall be one fold, and one shepthein.

herd. 7 Then said Jesus unto them 17 Therefore doth my Father again, Verily, verily, I say un- love me, because I lay down to you, I am the door of the my life, that I might take it sheep.

again. 8 All that ever came before 18 No man taketh it from me, me are thieves and robbers: but I lay it down of myself. I but the sheep did not hear have power to lay it down, and them.

I have power to take it again. 9 I am the door: by me if any This commandment have I reman enter in, he shall be saved, ceived of my Father. and shall go in and out, and 19 There was a division find pasture.

therefore again among the 10 The thief cometh not, but Jews for these sayings. for to steal, and to kill, and 20 And many of them said, to destroy: I am come that

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Christ's unity
CHAPTER XI.

with the Father. 21 Others said, These are not stone thee not; but for blasthe words of him that hath a phemy; and because that thou, devil. Can a devil open the being a man, makest thyself eyes of the blind ?

God. 22 | And it was at Jerusalem 34 Jesus answered them, Is the feast of the dedication, and it not written in your law, I it was winter.

said, Ye are gods?
23 And Jesus walked in the 35 If he called them gods,
temple in Solomon's porch. unto whom the word of God

24 Then came the Jews caine, and the Scripture can-
round about him, and said not be broken;
unto him, How long dost thou 36 Say ye of him, whom
make us to doubt? If thou the Father hath sanctified,
be the Christ, tell us plainly. and sent into the world, Thou
25 Jesus answered them, I blasphemest; because I said,

and
ye

believed not: I am the Son of God?
the works that I do in my 37 If I do not the works of
Father's name, they bear wit- my Father, believe me not.
ness of me.

38 But if I do, though ye 26 But ye believe not, be believe not me, believe the cause ye are not of my sheep, works; that ye may know, as I said unto you.

and believe, that the Father 27 My sheep hear my voice, is in me, and I in him. and I know them, and they 39 Therefore they sought follow me:

again to take him; but he 28 And I give unto them escaped out of their hand, eternal life; and they shall 40 And went away again never perish, neither shall any beyond Jordan into the place man pluck them out of my where John at first baptized ; hand.

and there he abode. 29 My Father, which gave 41 And many resorted unto them me, is greater than all; | him, and said, John did no mi. and no man is able to pluck racle: but all things that John them out of my Father's hand. spake of this man were true. 30 I and my Father are one. 42 And many believed on 31 Then the Jews took up him there. stones again to stone him.

CHAPTER XI. 32 Jesus answered them,

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45 Many Jews believe. 47 The chief priests shewed from you

and Pharisees gather a council against my Father ;

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