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When they were gone, and angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, "Rise: take the babe and His mother and escape to Egypt, and remain there till I bring you word. For Herod is about to make search for the child in order to destroy Him."

Then were these words, spoken by the Prophet Jeremiah, fulfilled,

"A voice was heard in Ramah, wailing and bitter lamentation: It was Rachel bewailing her children, and she refused to be comforted because there were no more."

"Rise from sleep, and take the child and His mother, and go into the land of Israel, for those who were seeking the child's life are dead."

The people who were dwelling in darkness have seen a brilliant light; and on those who were dwelling in the region of the shadow of death, on them light has dawned."

And walking along the shore of the Lake of Galilee He saw two brothers--Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew--throwing a drag-net into the Lake; for they were fishers.

Thus His fame spread through all Syria; and they brought all the sick to Him, the people who were suffering from various diseases and pains--demoniacs, epileptics, paralytics; and He cured them.

When Jesus had concluded this discourse, the crowds were filled with amazement at His teaching,

On His arrival at the other side, in the country of the Gadarenes, there met Him two men possessed by demons, coming from among the tombs: they were so dangerously fierce that no one was able to pass that way.

And the crowds were awe-struck when they saw it, and ascribed the glory to God who had entrusted such power to a man.

And while He was reclining at table, a large number of tax-gathers and notorious sinners were of the party with Jesus and His disciples.

Then their eyes were opened. And assuming a stern tone Jesus said to them, "Be careful to let no one know."

And as they were leaving His presence a dumb demoniac was brought to Him.

Now the names of the twelve Apostles were these: first, Simon called Peter, and his brother Andrew; James the son of Zabdi, and his brother John;

And the crowds of people were all filled with amazement and said, "Can this be the Son of David?"

While He was still addressing the people His mother and His brothers were standing on the edge of the crowd desiring to speak to Him.

And He came into His own country and proceeded to teach in their synagogue, so that they were filled with astonishment and exclaimed, "Where did he obtain such wisdom, and these wondrous powers?

Those who had eaten were about 5,000 adult men, without reckoning women and children.

When the disciples saw Him walking on the waves, they were greatly alarmed. "It is a spirit," they exclaimed, and they cried out with terror.

and they entreated Him that they might but touch the tassel of His outer garment; and all who did so were restored to perfect health.

Then His disciples came and said to Him, "Do you know that the Pharisees were greatly shocked when they heard those words?"

Soon great crowds came to Him, bringing with them those who were crippled in feet or hands, blind or dumb, and many besides, and they hastened to lay them at His feet. And He cured them,

so that the people were amazed to see the dumb speaking, the maimed with their hands perfect, the lame walking, and the blind seeing; and they gave the glory to the God of Israel.

And they all ate and were satisfied. The broken portions that remained over they took up--seven full hampers.

Those who ate were 4,000 adult men, without reckoning women and children.

On hearing this voice, the disciples fell on their faces and were filled with terror.

As they were descending the mountain, Jesus laid a command upon them. "Tell no one," He said, "of the sight you have seen till the Son of Man has risen from among the dead."

As they were travelling about in Galilee, Jesus said to them, "The Son of Man is about to be betrayed into the hands of men;

they will put Him to death, but on the third day He will be raised to life again." And they were exceedingly distressed.

His fellow servants, therefore, seeing what had happened, were exceedingly angry; and they came and told their master without reserve all that had happened.

Then young children were brought to Him for Him to put His hands on them and pray; but the disciples interfered.

As they were leaving Jericho, an immense crowd following Him,

When they were come near Jerusalem and had arrived at Bethphage and the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two of the disciples on in front,

But when the High Priests and the Scribes saw the wonderful things that He had done and the children who were crying aloud in the Temple, "God save the Son of David," they were filled with indignation.

For John came to you observing all sorts of ritual, and you put no faith in him: the tax-gatherers and the notorious sinners did put faith in him, and you, though you saw this example set you, were not even afterwards sorry so as to believe him.

but though they were eager to lay hands upon Him, they were afraid of the people, for by them He was regarded as a Prophet.

and sent his servants to call the invited guests to the wedding, but they were unwilling to come.

"Again he sent other servants with a message to those who were invited. "'My breakfast is now ready," he said, 'my bullocks and fat cattle are killed, and every preparation is made: come to the wedding.'

Then he said to his servants, "'The wedding banquet is ready, but those who were invited were unworthy of it.

They heard this, and were astonished; then left Him, and went their way.

All the crowd heard this, and were filled with amazement at His teaching.

While the Pharisees were still assembled there, Jesus put a question to them.

At that time, before the Deluge, men were busy eating and drinking, taking wives or giving them, up to the very day when Noah entered the Ark,

Five of them were foolish and five were wise.

"So they went to buy. But meanwhile the bridegroom came; those bridesmaids who were ready went in with him to the wedding banquet; and the door was shut.

He came and again found them asleep, for they were very tired.

Meanwhile the High Priests and the whole Sanhedrin were seeking false testimony against Jesus in order to put Him to death;

Peter meanwhile was sitting outside in the court of the palace, when one of the maidservants came over to him and said, "You too were with Jesus the Galilaean."

Then were fulfilled the words spoken by the Prophet Jeremiah, "And I took the thirty shekels, the price of the prized one on whom Israelites had set a price,

So when they were now assembled Pilate appealed to them. "Whom shall I release to you," he said, "Barabbas, or Jesus the so-called Christ?"

Insults of the same kind were heaped on Him even by the robbers who were being crucified with Him.

As for the Captain and the soldiers who were with Him keeping guard over Jesus, when they witnessed the earthquake and the other occurrences they were filled with terror, and exclaimed, "Assuredly he was God's Son."

And there were a number of women there looking on from a distance, who had followed Jesus from Galilee ministering to His necessities;

Mary of Magdala and the other Mary were both present there, sitting opposite to the sepulchre.

telling them to say, "His disciples came during the night and stole his body while we were asleep."

So they took the money and did as they were instructed; and this story was noised about among the Jews, and is current to this day.

There went out to him people of all classes from Judaea, and the inhabitants of Jerusalem of all ranks, and were baptized by him in the river Jordan, making open confession of their sins.

One day, passing along the shore of the Lake of Galilee, He saw Simon and Andrew, Simon's brother, throwing their nets in the Lake; for they were fisherman.

Going on a little further He saw James the son of Zabdi and his brother John: they also were in the boat mending the nets, and He immediately called them.

And all were amazed and awe-struck, so they began to ask one another, "What does this mean? Here is a new sort of teaching--and a tone of authority! And even to foul spirits he issues orders and they obey him!"

When it was evening, after sunset people came bringing Him all who were sick and the demoniacs;

Then He cured numbers of people who were ill with various diseases, and He drove out many demons; not allowing the demons to speak, because they knew who He was.

Now there were some of the Scribes sitting there, and reasoning in their hearts.

The man rose, and immediately under the eyes of all took up his mat and went out, so that they were all filled with astonishment, gave the glory to God, and said, "We never saw anything like this."

When He was sitting at table in Levi's house, a large number of tax-gatherers and notorious sinners were at table with Jesus and His disciples; for there were many such who habitually followed Him.

"Have you never read," Jesus replied, "what David did when the necessity arose and he and his men were hungry:

These twelve were Simon (to whom He gave the surname of Peter)

And, fixing His eyes on the people who were sitting round Him in a circle, He said,

Once more He began to teach by the side of the Lake, and a vast multitude of people came together to listen to Him. He therefore went on board the boat and sat there, a little way from the land; and all the people were on the shore close to the water.

When He was alone, the Twelve and the others who were about Him requested Him to explain His figurative language.

But a heavy squall came on, and the waves were now dashing into the boat, so that it was fast filling.

Then they were filled with terror, and began to say to one another, "Who is this, then? For even wind and sea obey Him."

He gave them leave; and the foul spirits came out and entered into the swine, and the herd--about 2,000 in number--rushed headlong down the cliff into the Lake and were drowned in the Lake.

and when they came to Jesus, they beheld the demoniac quietly seated, clothed and of sane mind--the man who had had the legion; and they were awe-stricken.

So the man departed, and related publicly everywhere in the Ten Towns all that Jesus had done for him; and all were astonished.

On the Sabbath He proceeded to teach in the synagogue; and many, as they heard Him, were astonished. "Where did he acquire all this?" they asked. "What is this wisdom that has been given to him? And what are these marvellous miracles which his hands perform?

And He could not do any miracle there, except that He laid His hands on a few who were out of health and cured them; and

Then He said to them, "Come away, all of you, to a quiet place, and rest awhile." For there were many coming and going, so that they had no time even for meals.

So when Jesus landed, He saw a vast multitude; and His heart was moved with pity for them, because they were like sheep which have no shepherd, and He proceeded to teach them many things.

for they all saw Him and were terrified. He, however, immediately spoke to them. "There is no danger," He said; "it is I; be not alarmed."

Then He went up to them on board the boat, and the wind lulled; and they were beside themselves with silent amazement.

And enter wherever He might--village or town or hamlet--they laid their sick in the open places, and entreated Him to let them touch were it but the tassel of His robe; and all, whoever touched Him, were restored to health.