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and the rabbit, though it is bringing up the cud, yet the hoof it divideth not -- unclean it is to you;

the rabbit also, for though it chews cud, it does not divide the hoof, it is unclean to you;

Only, this ye do not eat, of those bringing up the cud, and of those dividing the cloven hoof: the camel, and the hare, and the rabbit, for they are bringing up the cud but the hoof have not divided; unclean they are to you;

Thy neck is like the tower of ivory; Thine eyes as the pools in Heshbon, By the gate of Bath-rabbim; Thy nose is like the tower of Lebanon Which looketh toward Damascus.

So when he had gathered together all the chief priests and rabbis of the people, he began to inquire of them where the Christ was to be born.

But He Himself was in the stern asleep, with His head on the cushion: so they woke Him. "Rabbi," they cried, "is it nothing to you that we are drowning?"

While He is yet speaking, men come from the house to the Warden, and say, "Your daughter is dead: why trouble the Rabbi further?"

And Peter answereth and saith to Jesus, Rabbi, it is good for us to be here: and let us make three tabernacles; one for thee, and one for Moses, and one for Elijah.

"Rabbi," answered one of the crowd, "I have brought you my son. He has a dumb spirit in him;

"Rabbi," said John to Him, "we saw a man making use of your name to expel demons, and we tried to hinder him, on the ground that he did not follow us."

As He went out to resume His journey, there came a man running up to Him, who knelt at His feet and asked, "Good Rabbi, what am I to do in order to inherit the Life of the Ages?"

"Rabbi," he replied, "all these Commandments I have carefully obeyed from my youth."

Then James and John, the sons of Zabdi, came up to Him and said, "Rabbi, we wish you would grant us whatever request we make of you."

Then Jesus said to him, "What do you want me to do for you?" The blind man replied, "Rabbi, let me see again."

And Peter calling to remembrance saith unto him, Rabbi, behold, the fig tree which thou cursedst is withered away.

So they came to Him. "Rabbi," they said, "we know that you are a truthful man and you do not fear any one; for you do not recognize human distinctions, but teach God's way truly. Is it allowable to pay poll-tax to Caesar, or not?

"Rabbi," they said, "Moses made it a law for us: 'If a man's brother should die and leave a wife, but no child, the man shall marry the widow and raise up a family for his brother.'

So the Scribe said to Him, "Rightly, in very truth, Rabbi, have you said that He stands alone, and there is none but He;

As He was leaving the Temple, one of His disciples exclaimed, "Look, Rabbi, what wonderful stones! what wonderful buildings!"

and whatever house he enters, tell the master of the house, 'The Rabbi asks, Where is my room where I can eat the Passover with my disciples?'

"Rabbi," and kissed him. Then they laid hands on him and took him.

On the third day they found Him in the Temple sitting among the Rabbis, both listening to them and asking them questions,

There came also a party of tax-gatherers to be baptized, and they asked him, "Rabbi, what are we to do?"

"Rabbi," replied Peter, "all night long we have worked hard and caught nothing; but at your command I will let down the nets."

In answer to his thoughts Jesus said to him, "Simon, I have a word to say to you." "Rabbi, say on," he replied.

So they came and woke Him, crying, "Rabbi, Rabbi, we are drowning." Then He roused Himself and rebuked the wind and the surging of the water, and they ceased and there was a calm.

"Who is it touched me?" Jesus asked. And when all denied having done so, Peter and the rest said, "Rabbi, the crowds are hemming you in and pressing on you."

While He was still speaking, some one came to the Warden of the Synagogue from his house and said, "Your daughter is dead; trouble the Rabbi no further."

And when they were preparing to depart from Him, Peter said to Jesus, "Rabbi, we are thankful to you that we are here. Let us put up three tents--one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah." He did not know what he was saying.

and a man from the crowd called out, "Rabbi, I beg you to pity my son, for he is my only child.

"Rabbi," replied John, "we have seen a man making use of your name to expel demons; and we forbad him, because he does not come with us."

Then an expounder of the Law stood up to test Him with a question. "Rabbi," he asked, "what shall I do to inherit the Life of the Ages?"

Hereupon one of the expounders of the Law exclaimed, "Rabbi, in saying such things you reproach us also."

Just then a man in the crowd appealed to Him. "Rabbi," he said, "tell my brother to give me a share of the inheritance."

In loud voices they cried out, "Jesus, Rabbi, take pity on us."

The question was put to Him by a Ruler: "Good Rabbi, what shall I do to inherit the Life of the Ages?"

Thereupon some of the Pharisees in the crowd appealed to Him, saying, "Rabbi, reprove your disciples."

So they put a question to Him. "Rabbi," they said, "we know that you say and teach what is right and that you make no distinctions between one man and another, but teach God's way truly.

"Rabbi, Moses made it a law for us that if a man's brother should die, leaving a wife but no children, the man shall marry the widow and raise up a family for his brother.

Then some of the Scribes replied, "Rabbi, you have spoken well."

"Rabbi, when will this be?" they asked Him, "and what will be the token given when these things are about to take place?"

and say to the master of the house, "'The Rabbi asks you, Where is the room where I can eat the Passover with my disciples?'

What do you seek? They said to him: Rabbi, (which, when translated, is called Teacher,) where abidest thou?

Nathaniel answered and said to him: Rabbi, thou art the Son of God; thou art the King of Israel.

"Rabbi," they said, "eat something." But he answered, "I have food to eat of which you know nothing."

"Rabbi," they said, "this woman has been found in the very act of committing adultery.

After saying this, she went and called her sister Mary privately, telling her, "The Rabbi is here and is asking for you."

If I then, your Master and Rabbi, have washed your feet, it is also your duty to wash one another's feet.

"I am a Jew, born in Tarsus, in Cilicia, but raised [here] in this city [i.e., Jerusalem]. [I was] instructed by Gamaliel [i.e., a renowned Jewish rabbi of the time] according to the strictest methods of observing the law of our forefathers. [I was very] eager to serve God, just as all of you are here today.

Sage, rabbi, skeptic of this present age??here are they all? Has not God made foolish the philosophy of the world?