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in obedience to the king, they departed, and immediately the star which they saw in the east, moved on before them, till it came to the place where the infant was, and then stood still.

the ax is already laid to the root of the trees: every tree then which does not produce good fruit, will be hewn down, and cast into the fire.

Give not that which is holy to the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest these trample them under foot, and those turn upon you and tear you.

which the Pharisees observing, why, said they to his disciples, is your master so familiar with publicans and such loose people?

wo unto thee, Chorazin, wo unto thee, Bethsaida: for if the miracles which were done among you, had been done in Tyre and Sidon, they would have repented long ago in sackcloth and ashes.

and thou, Capernaum, which art exalted to heaven, shalt be brought to destruction: for if the miracles which have been done in thee, had been done in Sodom, it would have subsisted even to this day.

how he entred into the house of God, and did eat the shewbread, which it was not lawful either for him or his company to eat, but only for the priests?

and he answer'd, which of you all that should have one of his sheep fall into a pit on the sabbath-day, would not bestir himself, and lift it out?

I will return then, says he, into my house, which I have quitted; and when he is come, he findeth it empty, swept, and garnished.

He propos'd another parable to them, which was this; the gospel-state is like a grain of mustard-seed which a man took to sow in his field.

Another of his parables was this; the gospel-state is like unto leaven, which a woman took and mixt with three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened.

upon which, his disciples came to take away the body, and having buried it, they went to tell Jesus what had happened.

When Jesus heard that, he embark'd, to retire privately to a desert place: of which the people being inform'd, they followed him on foot out of the cities.

that which entereth by the mouth is not what defiles a man: but what defiles the man is that which is discharged by the mouth.

but he answered, every plantation which my heavenly father hath not planted shall be rooted up.

these are the things which defile a man: but to eat without washing one's hands, that does not defile a man.

'tis true, Lord, said she: yet even puppies eat of the crumbs which fall from their master's table.

upon which they said to one another, this comes from our not taking any bread.

which Jesus perceiving, he said, distrustful men, why do ye trouble your heads about forgetting the bread?

they will kill him, but the third day he shall be raised again. at which they were exceeding sorry.

If a man has an hundred sheep, and one of them should go astray, do you think he would not leave the ninety and nine in the mountains, and go in search for that which was gone astray?

and if he happen to find it, you may be sure he is more affected with that one, than with the ninety and nine which went not astray.

which he would not allow: but immediately threw him into prison, till he should pay the debt.

he reply'd, which? Jesus said, "thou shalt do no murder, thou shalt not commit adultery, thou shalt not steal, thou shalt not bear false witness,

all this was done, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet,

upon which the disciples said to one another, much surpriz'd, how came the fig-tree to wither away so suddenly?

which of the two obey'd his father? they said, the first. Jesus reply'd, I declare to you, that the publicans and licentious people enter into the gospel kingdom before you.

Jesus reply'd, did ye never read in the scriptures, " that very stone which the builders rejected, is become the principal stone of the angle, this the Lord effected, and it is marvellous in our eyes."

which is the most important commandment of the law?

ye blind fools, which is most sacred, the treasure of the temple, or the temple that makes the treasure sacred?

ye blind fools, which is most sacred, the gift, or the altar that makes the gift sacred?

wo unto you, Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites; for ye are like whited sepulchres, which to outward appearance are fine. but within are full of dead mens bones, and all sort of filth.

accordingly he that had received five talents, came and brought other five talents, saying, Lord, you delivered to me five talents: besides those, there's five talents more, which I have gain'd.

he also that had received two talents, came and said, Lord, you delivered to me two talents: here are two other talents which I have gain'd besides them.

for this could have been sold for a great price, which might have been given to the poor.

at which they were exceedingly concern'd, and began every one of them to ask, Lord, is it I?

At which, one of Jesus's company laying his hand upon his sword, drew it, and striking at a servant of the high priest's, took off his ear.

but how then shall the scriptures be fulfilled, which say, that thus it must happen?

then was fulfilled what Jeremy the prophet said, "and they took the thirty pieces of silver, the price at which he was valued, by the children of Israel,

the governor therefore having asked, which of the two would you have me release? they said, Barabbas.

when they were come to a place called Golgotha, a word which signifies a skull,

immediately one of them ran to fetch a spunge, which they steep'd in vinegar, and fastning it to the end of a stick, they presented it to him, to drink:

went to Pilate, and begged the body of Jesus; which Pilate ordered to be delivered to him.

and laid it in a monument which he had lately caused to be hewn out in the rock: and having rolled a large stone to the door of the sepulchre, he went away.

at which they were all so amazed, that they ask'd one another, what's the meaning of all this? what new doctrine is here? for he commands with authority even the unclean spirits, and they obey him.

and he came, and taking her by the hand, lift her up; upon which the fever immediately left her, and she served them at table.

but as soon as he was gone, he began freely to talk of it, and blazed it about every where, so that Jesus could not go publickly into the city any more, but stay'd in the out parts, which were not much frequented, where people came to him from every quarter.

upon which the Pharisees said to him, pray observe how they trespass on the sabbath-day.

then he looking with indignation at those about him, being concern'd at their disingenuous perverse temper, he said to the man, stretch out your hand, which he did, and his hand become sound.

I declare unto you, all the sins which men may commit, and whatsoever blasphemies they may utter, may be forgiven them.

some of the seed happened to fall by the wayside, which the birds light upon, and devoured.

but part of it fell on good ground, which sprang up, and grew so fruitful, that some grains produced thirty, others sixty, and some an hundred.

Again, he said, the state of the gospel is like that of the grain, which a man sows in his land:

it is like a grain of mustard-seed, which when sown in the earth, is less than any other grain that is sown there.

whilst Jesus was at the stern, asleep on a pillow: upon which they awak'd him, crying out, master, have you so little concern to let us sink? then he rose,

Jesus immediately gave them leave. and the impure spirits quitting the possessed, entred into the swine, and the whole herd, which were about two thousand, ran down a precipice into the sea, and were there stifled.

upon which they fell a laughing: however, having turned them all out, and taking with him the father and the mother of the damsel, and those that had accompany'd him, he entred in where the damsel was lying.

because Herod had a respect for John, knowing him to be a very honest good man, and therefore protected him; having reform'd many things upon his remonstrances, which he us'd to receive very graciously.

upon which she instantly fled to the king, and said, I desire to have John the Baptist's head brought hither immediately in a charger.

of which John's disciples being inform'd, they came to fetch his corps, which they laid in a sepulchre.

so that when Jesus landed, he found there a numerous assembly: which rais'd his compassion, because they were like so many sheep straggling without a pastor. whereupon he gave them various instructions.

perceived his disciples had much ado to bear up against the wind, which was contrary; about the fourth watch of the night, he came up, and would have pass'd by them.

and as soon as he was got aboard, the wind ceased; which still encreas'd their astonishment and admiration:

there is nothing from without, that entring into a man can defile him: but that which originally proceeds from the man, is what defiles him.

but, said he, that which proceeds from a man, is what defiles him:

she answer'd, true, Lord, yet puppys eat of the crumbs, which children drop under the table.

seven, said they. then he order'd the people to sit down on the ground: and taking the seven loaves, he gave thanks, then broke them and gave them to his disciples to distribute among the people, which they accordingly did.

they said to one another, this is because we did not take bread: which Jesus perceiving,

upon which he gave them a severe charge, not to say that of him to any man.

an expression which they dwelt upon, asking one another the meaning of "till he was raised from the dead."

at which they were silent, for upon the road they had disputed about precedency.

Upon this occasion John address'd himself to Jesus, saying, master, we saw a man casting out demons in your name, tho' he did not belong to us, for which reason we opposed him.

to which he answered, what direction did Moses give you?

which Jesus observing was much displeas'd with them, and said, suffer little children to come unto me, do not hinder them: for of such is the kingdom of God.

to which he answered, master, said he, all these precepts have I observed from my youth.

but Jesus said to them, you know not what you ask. can you drink the cup, that I must drink, and be baptized with the baptism with which I must be baptized?

and they said, we can. but Jesus replied, you shall indeed drink of the cup, that I must drink of, and be baptized with the baptism, with which I must be baptized; but to sit on my right hand,

but many of the company rebuk'd him, in order to silence him. at which he cry'd out with more earnestness, son of David have pity on me.

upon which some people there said to them, what do you mean by untying the colt?

Peter remembring the tree, said, master, see the fig-tree, which you cursed, is quite withered.