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A lunatic healed. ST. MATTHEW, Christ payeth tribute, came to him a certain man, 24 | And when they were kneeling down to him, and come to Capernaum, they that saying,
received tribute money came 15 Lord, have mercy on my to Peter, and said, Doth not son; for he is lunatic, and sore your master pay tribute ? vexed: for ofttimes he falleth 25 He saith, Yes. And when into the fire, and oft into the he was come into the house, water.
Jesus prevented him, saying, 16 And I brought him to thy What thinkest thou, Simon ? disciples, and they could not of whom do the kings of the cure him.
earth take custom or tribute ? 17 Then Jesus answered and of their own children, or of said, O faithless and perverse strangers ? generation, how long shall I 26 Peter saith unto him, Of be with you? how long shall strangers. Jesus saith unto him, I suffer you? bring him hither Then are the children free. to me.
27 Notwithstanding, lest we 18 And Jesus rebuked the should offend them, go thou to devil; and he departed out of the sea, and cast a hook, and him: and the child was cured | take up the fish that first comfrom that
eth up; and when thou hast 19 Then came the disciples opened his mouth, thou shalt to Jesus apart, and said, Why find a piece of money: that could not we cast him out? take, and give unto them for 20 And Jesus said unto them, me and thee. Because of your unbelief: for CHAPTER XVIII. verily I say unto you, If ye 1 Christ warneth his disciples to be humble and have faith as a grain of mus
harmless, 7 to avoid offences, and not to
despise the little ones ; 15 teacheth how we tard seed, ye shall say unto are to deal with our brethren, when they
offend us; 21 and how oft to forgive them; this mountain, Remove hence
23 which he setteth forth by a parable of the to yonder place; and it shall king, that took account of his servants, 33
and punished him, who showed no mercy to remove: and nothing shall be
his fellow. impossible unto you.
T the same time came the 21 Howbeit this kind goeth not out but by prayer and ing, Who is the greatest in the fasting.
kingdom of heaven? 22 | And while they abode in 2 And Jesus called a little Galilee, Jesus said unto them, child unto him, and set him The Son of man shall be be in the midst of them, trayed into the hands of men: 3 And said, Verily I say unto
23 And they shall kill him, you, Except ye be converted, and the third day he shall be and become as little children, raised again. And they were ye shall not enter into the exceeding sorry
kingdom of heaven.
Am disciples unto Jesus, say
How to treat an
CHAPTER XVIII. offending brother. 4 Whosoever therefore shall | doth he not leave the ninety huinble himself as this little and nine, and goeth into the child, the same is greatest in mountains, and seeketh that the kingdom of heaven. which is gone astray ?
5 And whoso shall receive 13 And if so be that he find one such little child in my | it, verily I say unto you, he name receiveth me.
rejoiceth more of that sheep, 6 But whoso shall offend one than of the ninety and nine of these little ones which be- which went not astray. lieve in me, it were better for 14 Even so it is not the will him that a millstone were of your Father which is in hanged about his neck, and heaven, that one of these little that he were drowned in th ones should perish. depth of the sea.
15 Moreover if thy brother i q Woe unto the world be shall trespass against thee, go cause of offences! for it must and tell him his fault between needs be that offences come; thee and him alone: if he shall but woe to that man by whom hear thee, thou hast gained the offence cometh!
thy brother. 8 Wherefore if thy hand or 16 But if he will not hear thy foot offend thee, cut them thee, then take with thee one off
, and cast them from thee: or two more, that in the mouth it is better for thee to enter into of two or three witnesses every life haltor maimed, rather than word
word may be established. having two hands or two feet 17 And if he shall neglect to to be cast into everlasting fire. hear them, tell it unto the 9 And if thine eye offend church : but if he neglect to thee, pluck it out, and cast it hear the church, let him be from thee: it is better for thee unto thee as a heathen man to enter into life with one eye, and a publican. rather than having two eyes
18 Verily I say unto you, to be cast into hell fire. Whatsoever ye shall bind on
10 Take heed that ye despise earth shall be bound in hea-
That if two of you shall agree 11 For the Son of man is on earth as touching any thing come to save that which was that they shall ask, it shall be lost.
done for them of my Father 12 How think ye? if a man which is in heaven. have a hundred sheep, and
20 For where two or three one of them be gone astray, I are gathered together in my
How oft to forgive. ST. MATTHEW, The unmerciful servant. name, there am I in the midst with me, and I will
thee of them.
all. 21 | Then came Peter to 30 And he would not: but him, and said, Lord, how oft went and cast him into prison, shall my brother sin against till he should pay the debt.
? 31 So when his fellow serv. seven times ?
ants saw what was done, they 22 Jesus saith unto him, I were very sorry, and came and say not unto thee, Until seven told unto their lord all that was times: but, Until seventy times done. seven.
32 Then his lord, after that 23 | Therefore is the king. he had called him, said unto dom of heaven likened unto a him, O thou wicked servant, I certain king, which would take forgave thee all that debt, beaccount of his servants.
cause thou desiredst me: 24 And when he had begun 33 Shouldest not thou also to reckon, one was brought have had compassion on thy unto him, which owed him fellow servant, even as I had ten thousand talents.
pity on thee? 25 But forasmuch as he had 34 And his lord was wroth, not to pay, his lord command and delivered him to the tored him to be sold, and his mentors, till he should
all wife, and children, and all that was due unto him. that he had, and payment to 35 So likewise shall my heabe made.
venly Father do also unto you, 26 The servant therefore fell if ye from your hearts forgive down, and worshipped him, not every one his brother their saying, Lord, have patience trespasses. with me, and I will pay thee
CHAPTER XIX. all.
1 Christ healeth the sick ; 3 answereth the 27 Then the lord of that sery.
Pharisees concerning divorce; 10 sher
eth when marriage is necessary; 13 receir. ant was moved with compas
eth little children; 16 instructeth the young
man how to attain eternal life, 20 and how sion, and loosed him, and for
to be perfect. 23 He telleth his disciples hore gave him the debt.
hard it is for a rich man to enter into the
kingdom of God; 27 and promiseth reward 28 But the same servant went
to those that forsake all and follow him. out, and found one of his fel
when Jesus had finished a hundred pence: and he laid these sayings, he departed from hands on him, and took him Galilee, and came into the by the throat, saying, Pay me coasts of Judea beyond Jorthat thou owest.
dan; 29 And his fellow servant fell 2 And great multitudes fol. down at his feet, and besought lowed him; and he healed him, saying, Have patience them there.
low servants, which owed him AND it came to pass that
Concerning divorce. CHAPTER XIX. Children brought to Christ. 3 | The Pharisees also came 12. For there are some euunto him, tempting him, and nuchs, which were so born saying unto him, Is it lawful from their mother's womb: for a man to put away his wife and there are some eunuchs, for every cause?
which were made eunuchs of 4 And he answered and said men: and there be eunuchs, unto them, Have ye not read, which have made themselves that he which made them at eunuchs for the kingdom of the beginning made them male heaven's sake. He that is and female,
able to receive it, let him re5 And said, For this cause ceive it. shall a man leave father and 13 | Then were there brought mother, and shall cleave to his unto him little children, that wife: and they twain shall be he should put his hands on one flesh?
them, and pray: and the dis6 Wherefore they are no more ciples rebuked them. twain, but one flesh. What 14 But Jesus said, Suffer littherefore God hath joined to- tle children, and forbid them gether, let not man put asunnot, to come unto me; for of der.
such is the kingdom of hea7 They say unto him, Why ven. did Moses then command to 15 And he laid his hands on give a writing of divorcement, them, and departed thence. and to put her away?
16 | And, behold, one came 8 He saith unto them, Mo and said unto him, Good Masses because of the hardness of ter, what good thing shall I your hearts suffered you to put do, that I may have eternal away your wives: but from life? the beginning it was not so. 17 And he said unto him,
9 And I say unto you, Who Why callest thou me good ? soever shall put away his wife, there is none good but one, except it be for fornication, and that is, God: but if thou wilt shall marry another, commit- enter into life, keep the comteth adultery: and whoso mar. mandments. rieth her which is put away 18 He saith unto him, Which? doth commit adultery.
Jesus said, Thou shalt do no 10 | His disciples say unto murder, Thou shalt not comhim, If the case of the man be mit adultery, Thou shalt not so with his wife, it is not good steal, Thou shalt not bear
false witness, 11 But he said unto them, 19 Honour thy father and All men cannot receive this thy mother: and, Thou shalt saying, save they to whom it love thy neighbour as thy
Danger of riches. ST. MATTHEW, Parable of the labourers
20 The young man saith un- judging the twelve tribes of to him, All these things have I Israel. kept from my youth up: what 29 And every one that hath lack I yet?
forsaken houses, or brethren, 21 Jesus said unto him, If or sisters, or father, or mother, thou wilt be perfect, go and or wife, or children, or lands, sell that thou hast, and give for my name's sake, shall reto the poor, and thou shalt ceive a hundredfold, and shall have treasure in heaven: and inherit everlasting life. come and follow me.
30 But many that are first 22 But when the young man shall be last; and the last heard that saying, he went shall be first. away sorrowful: for he had
CHAPTER XX. great possessions.
1 Christ, by the similitude of the labourers in
the vineyard, cheweth that God is debtor unto 23 | Then said Jesus unto
no man; 17 foretelleth his passion ; 20 in his disciples, Verily I say unto answering the mother of Zebedee's children, you, That a rich man shall
he teacheth his disciples to be lowly. 30 He giveth two blind men sight.
OR of heaven.
24 And again I say unto you, that is a householder, which It is easier for a camel to go went out early in the morning through the eye of a needle, to hire labourers into his vinethan for a rich man to enter yard. into the kingdom of God. 2 And when he had agreed 25 When his disciples heard with the labourers for a penny it, they were exceedingly ama- a day, he sent them into his zed, saying, Who then can be vineyard. saved ?
3 And he went out about the 26 But Jesus beheld them, third hour, and saw others and said unto them, With men standing idle in the marketthis is impossible; but with place, God all things are possible. 4 And said unto them; Go
27 | Then answered Peter ye also into the vineyard, and and said unto him, Behold, we whatsoever is right I will give have forsaken all, and follow- you. And they went their ed thee; what shall we have way. therefore?
5 Again he went out about 28 And Jesus said unto them, the sixth and ninth hour, and Verily I say unto you, That did likewise. ye which have followed me, 6 And about the eleventh in the regeneration when the hour he went out, and found Son of man shall sit in the others standing idle, and saith throne of his glory, ye also unto them, Why stand ye
here shall sit upon twelve thrones, | all the day idle?