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LUKE VIII. 47-54.

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had touched him, and how she was healed And when he came into the house, a he immediately.

suffered no man to go in, save Peter, and [But the woman, fearing and trem- James, and John, and the father and the bling, knowing what was done in her, mother of the maiden. came and fell down before him, and [And he suffered no man to follow told him all the truth, Mark v. 33.] him, save Peter, and James, and John

the brother of James, Mark v. 57.] VER. 48.

a See on Mark v. ver. 37. ο δε είπεν αυτή: Θάρσει θύγατες ή πίστις σου σέσωκέ σε: πορεύoυ εις ειρήνην.

VER. 52. 2 And he said unto her, Daughter, be

"Εκλαιον δε πάντες και εκόπτοντο αυτήν. . of good comfort: thy faith hath made o dè sine' M) xaaiete' củx ámbitavey, thee whole ; go in peace.

αλλά καθεύδει. . [But Jesus turned him about; and And all wept, and bewailed her : but when he saw her, he said, Daughter, he said, Weep not; she is not dead, but be of good comfort; thy faith hath sleepeth. made thee whole. And the woman [And when Jesus came into the was made whole from that hour, Matt. ruler's house, and saw the minstrels ix. 22. And he said unto her, Daugh- and the people making a noise, He ter, thy faith hath made thee whole; said unto them, Give place; for the go in peace, and be whole of thy maid is not dead, but sleepeth, Matt. plague, Mark v. 34.]

ix. 23, 24. And he cometh to the . See on Matt. ix. ver. 22.

house of the ruler of the synagogue,

and seeth the tumult, and them that VER. 49.

wept and wailed greatly. And when "Ετι αυτού λαλούντος, έρχεται τις παρά he was come in, he saith unto them, Toữ d'exsovrayóyou, abyw aütqšo "Ori re- Why make ye this ado, and weep? mxay ý Quyátnp gove rij oxúrie vòv didéo- the damsel is not dead, but sleepeth,

Mark v. 38, 39.] While he yet spake, there cometh one

VER. 53. from the ruler of the synagogue's house,

Και κατεγέλων αυτού, ειδότες ότι απέsaying to him, Thy daughter is dead; Savey. trouble not the a Master.

And they laughed him to scorn, know[While he yet spake, there came ing that she was dead. from the ruler of the synagogue's house certain which said, Thy daughter is Matt. ix. 24. And they laughed him

[And they laughed him to scorn, dead: why troublest thou the Master

to scorn, Mark v. 40.] any further? Mark v. 35.] a See on Mark v. ver. 35, clause 2.

VER. 54.

Αυτός δε εκβαλών έξω πάντας, και upaVER. 50.

τήσας της χειρός αυτής, εφώνησε, λέγων· ο δε Ιησούς ακούσας, απεκρίθη αυτώ, “Η ταϊς, εγείρου. aéyorMo doboữ• Móvov TÍO TEVE, xai ow And he put them all out, and took θήσεται. .

her by the hand, and called, saying, But when Jesus heard it, he answered a Maid, arise. him, saying, Fear not: a believe only, [But when the people were put and she shall be made whole.

forth, he went in, and took her by (As soon as Jesus heard the word the hand, Matt. ix. 25. But when that was spoken, he saith unto the he had put them all out, he taketh ruler of the synagogue, Be not afraid, the father and the mother of the only believe, Mark v. 36.]

damsel, and them that were with a See on Mark v. ver. 36.

him, and entereth in where the damsel

was lying. And he took the damsel VER. 51.

by the hand, and said unto her, TaElcenowe dè siç tùy oixlar, oủx ápñsev litha cumi; which is, being interslota Beñv oudéva, ei nein nétpor nad 'láxwßov preted, Damsel, I say unto thee, ral 'Imávunv, xai tò matéga rñs Taidos arise, Mark v. 40, 41.] και την μητέρα. .

a See on Matt. viii. ver. 3. clause 2.

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LUKE vill. 55, 56.-1X. 1-5.

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VER. 55.

as ye go, preach, saying, The kingΚαι επέστρεψε το πνεύμα αυτής, και | dom of heaven is at hand. Heal the avéctn mapa xpõuas nai diétagev airñ so sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the θήναι φαγείν.

dead, cast out devils: freely ye have a And her spirit came again, and she received, freely give, Matt. x. 5-8.] arose straightway: and he coinmanded a See on Matt. x. ver. 7. to give her meat.

b See on Matt. x. ver. 8. clause 1. [And the maid arose, Matt. ix. 25.

VER. 3. And straightway the damsel arose, and walked; for she was of the age

Και είπε προς αυτούς: Μηδέν αίρετε εις of twelve years. And he commanded την οδον, μήτε ράβδους, μήτε πήραν, μήτε that something should be given her άρτον, μήτε αργύριον, μήτε ανά δύο χιτώto eat, Mark v. 42, 43.]

νας έχειν. a See on Matt. xi. ver. 5. clause 5.

And he said unto them, a Take nothing VER. 56.

for your journey, neither staves, nor

scrip, neither bread, neither money ; Και εξέστησαν οι γονείς αυτής και δε πα

neither have two coats apiece. ρήγγειλεν αυτοίς μηδενί είτεϊν το γεγονός. . And her parents were astonished:

[Provide neither gold, nor silver, a but he charged them that they should

nor brass, in your purses, Nor scrip tell no man what was done.

for your journey, neither two coats, [And they were astonished with a

neither shoes, nor yet staves: for the great astonishment. And he charged workman is worthy of his meat, Matt.

x. 9, 10. And commanded them that them straitly that no man should know it, Mark v. 42, 43.]

they should take nothing for their a See on Matt. viii. ver. 4. clause 1. journey, save a staff only; no scrip,

no bread, no money in their purse : CHAP. 1. VER. 1. But be shod with sandals; and not Euruarecámavos de tous dadera maagna put on two coats, Mark vi. 8, 9.] τας αυτού, έδωκεν αυτοίς δύναμιν και εξου a See on Matt. x. ver. 9, 10. σίαν επί πάντα τα δαιμόνια, και νόσους θεραπεύειν. .

VER. 4. Then he called a his twelve disciples

Και εις ήν αν οικίαν εισέλθητε, εκεί μέtogether, band gave them power and VETE, xai éne7Jey étéexer Je. authority over all devils, and to cure

a And whatsoever house ye enter into, diseases.

there abide, and thence depart. [And when he had called unto him

[And into whatsoever city or town his twelve disciples, he gave them

ye shall enter, inquire who in it is power against unclean spirits, to cast worthy; and there abide till ye go them out, and to heal all manner of thence, Matt. X. 11. And he said sickness and all manner of disease, unto them, In what place soever ye Matt. x. 1. And he called unto him the

enter into an house, there abide till ye twelve, and began to send them forth depart from that place, Mark vi. 10.] by two and two ; and gave them power a See on Matt. X. ver. 11. over unclean spirits, Mark vi. 7.] a See on Matt. x. ver. 2-4.

VER. 5. b See on Matt. x. ver. 1.

Και όσοι αν μη δέξωνται υμάς, εξερχόVER. 2.

μενοι από της πόλεως εκείνης, και τον κοΚαι απέστειλεν αυτούς κηρύσσειν την γιορτών από των ποδών υμών αποτινάξατε, , βασιλείαν του Θεού, και ιάσθαι τους ασθε- εις μαρτύριον επ' αυτούς. νούντας, ,

a And whosoever will not receive you, a And he sent them to preach the king- when ye go out of that city, shake off dom of God, band to heal the sick. the very dust from your feet for a testi

[These twelve Jesus sent forth, mony against them. and commanded them, saying, Go [And whosoever shall not receive not into the way of the Gentiles, and you, nor hear your words, when ye into any city of the Samaritans enter depart out of that house or city, shake ye not: But go rather to the lost off the dust of your feet, Matt. x. 14. sheep of the house of Israel. And | And whosoever shall not receive you,

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LUKE 18.5-11.

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nor hear

you,

when ye depart thence, for Herodias' sake, his brother shake off the dust under your feet Philip's wife. For John said unto for a testimony against them, Mark him, It is not lawful for thee to have vi. 11.]

her. And when he would have put a See on Matt. x. ver. 14.

him to death, he feared the multitude, VER. 6.

because they counted him as a proΕξερχόμενοι δε διήρχοντο κατά τας κώ- phet. But when Herod's birthday μας, ευαγγελιζόμενοι και θεραπεύοντες / was kept, the daughter of Herodias πανταχού.

danced before them, and pleased And they departed, and went through Herod. Whereupon he promised the towns, preaching a the Gospel, and with an oath to give her whatsoever healing every where.

she would ask. And she, being be[And they went out, and preached fore instructed of her mother, said, that men should repent, Mark vi. 12.] Give me here John Baptist's head in a See on Matt. iv. ver. 23. clause 3. nevertheless, for the oath's sake, and

a charger. And the king was sorry: VER. 7.

them which sat with him at meat, he 'Hxoves dè ‘Hgádns ó Tergápxns rà gou commanded it to be given her. And νόμενα υπ' αυτού πάντα και διηπόρει, δια | he sent, and beheaded John in the το λέγεσθαι υπό τινων, ότι 'Ιωάννης έγή- | prison. And his head was brought γερται εκ νεκρών

in a charger, and given to the dama Now Herod the tetrarch heard of all sel: and she brought it to her mother. that was done by him: and he was per- | And his disciples came, and took up plexed, because that it was said of some, the body, and buried it, and went and thut John was risen from the dead; told Jesus, Matt. xiv. 3—12. [At that time Herod the tetrarch

VER. 10. beard of the fame of Jesus, And said

Και υποστρέψαντες οι απόστολοι διηγήunto his servants, This is John the

σαντο αυτω όσα εποίησαν και παραλαβών Baptist; he is risen from the dead; αυτούς, υπεχώρησε κατ' ιδίαν εις τόπον and therefore mighty works do shew έρημον πόλεως καλουμένης Βηθσαϊδά. forth themselves in him, Matt. xiv. 1, 2. And king. Herod heard of him; turned, told him all that they had done.

And the apostles, when they were re(for his name was spread abroad :) | And lie took them, and went aside priand he said, That John the Baptist was risen from the dead, and there- vately into a desert place belonging lo fore mighty works do shew forth

the city called Bethsaida. themselves in him, Mark vi. 14.] [When Jesus heard of it, he dea See on Matt. xiv, yer. 1, 2,

parted thence by ship into a desert

place apart, Matt. xiv. 13. And the VER. 8.

apostles gathered themselves together Itsó Tivar dd, ŐT. 'Haias épávy. ärtor unto Jesus, and told him all things, θε, ότι προφήτης είς των αρχαίων ανέστη. both what they had done, and what

a And of some, that Elias had ap- they had taught. And he said unto peured; and of others, that one of the them, Come ye yourselves apart into old prophets was risen again.

a desert place, and rest a while : for [Others said, That it is Elias. And there were many coming and going, others said, That it is a prophet, or and they had no leisure so much as to as one of the prophets, Mark vi. 15.] eat. And they departed into a desert a See on Matt. xvi. ver. 14. place by ship privately, Mark vi. 30 VER. 9.

-32. After these things Jesus went Και είπεν ο Ηρώδης: Ιωάννην εγώ απε

over the sea of Galilee, which is the nepádioa' ris dé éO TUV OUTOS, Tepi og éyè sea of Tiberias, John vi. 1.] ακούω τοιαύτα ; Και εζήτει ιδείν αυτόν.

VER. 11. And Herod said, a John have I be Οι δε όχλοι γνόντες, ήκολούθησαν αυτό headed : but who is this, of whom I sai değápeevos aútoùs, aársi avtors megi hear such things? And he desired to see της βασιλείας του Θεού, και τους χρείαν

έχοντας θεραπείας ιάτο. a For Herod had laid hold on John, And the people, when they knew it, and bound him, and put him in prison followed him: and he received them, and. VOL. II.

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LUKE IX. 11-15.

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spake unto them of a the kingdom of God, daytīvoi dè sitrov Oůx elciy spar macion b απd healed them that had need of ή πέντε άρτοι και δύο ιχθύες, ει μήτι ποhealing.

ρευθέντες ημείς αγοράσωμεν εις πάντα τον [And when the people had heard hac TOŪTOV Beópata. thereof, they followed him on foot out But he said unto them, give ye

them of the cities. And Jesus went forth, to eat. And they said, We have no and saw a great multitude, and was more but five loaves and two fishes; ermoved with compassion toward them, cept we should go and buy meat for all and he healed their sick, Matt. xiv. this people. 13, 14. And the people saw them (But Jesus said unto them, They departing, and many knew him, and need not depart; give ye them to ran afoot thither out of all cities, and eat. And they say unto him, We outwent them, and came together have here but five loaves, and two unto him. And Jesus, when he came fishes, Matt. xiv. 16, 17. He anout, saw much people, and was moved swered and said unto them, Give ye with compassion toward them, be- them to eat. And they say unto him, cause they were as sheep not having Shall we go and buy two hundred a shepherd : and he began to teach pennyworth of bread, and give them them many things, Mark vi, 33, 34. to eat? He saith unto them, How And a great multitude followed him, many loaves have ye? go and see. because they saw his miracles which And when they knew, they say, Five, he did on them that were diseased. and two fishes, Mark vi. 37, 38. One And Jesus went up into a mountain, of his disciples, Andrew, Simon Peand there he sat with his disciples, ter's brother, saith unto him, There John vi. 2, 3.]

is a lad here, which hath five barley a See on Matt. jii. ver. 2. clause 2. loaves, and two small fishes : but See on Matt. iv. ver. 23. clause 4.

what are they among so many? John VER. 12.

vi. 8, 9.]

VER. 14. “Η δε ημέρα ήρξατο κλίνειν προσελ. "Ησαν γάρ ώσει άνδρες πεντακισχίλιοι. θόντις δε οι δώδεκα, είπον αυτώ: 'Απόλυσον | Είπε δε προς τους μαθητές αυτού Kατατον όχλον, ίνα απελθόντες εις τας κύκλω κλίνατε αυτούς κλισίας ανά πεντήκοντα. κώμας και τους αγρούς καταλύσωσι, και εύρωσιν επισιτισμόν ότι ώδε εν ερήμω τό

For they were about five thousand

And he said to his disciples, σω εσμέν.

Make them sit down by fifties in a com-
And when the day began to wear

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away, then came the twelve, and said
unto him, Send the multitude away, that and he commanded the multitude to

(He said, Bring them hither to me. they may go into the towns and country sit down on the grass. And they that round about, and lodge, and get vic- l had eaten were about five thousand tuals: for we are here in a desert place.

beside women and children, [And when it was evening, his Matt. xiv. 18, 19, 21. And he comdisciples came to him, saying. This manded them to make all sit down by is a desert place, and the time is now

companies upon the green grass. And past; send the multitude away, that they that did eat of the loaves were they may go into the villages, and about five thousand men, Mark vi. buy themselves victuals, Matt. xiv. 15. And when the day was now far 39. 44. And Jesus said, Make the

men sit down. Now there was much spent, his disciples came unto him,

grass in the place. So the men sat and said, This is a desert place, and down, in number about five thousand, now the time is far passed: Send John vi. 10.) them away, that they may go

into

VER. 15. the country round about, and into the villages, and buy themselves

Και εποίησαν ούτω, και ανέκλιναν bread: for they have nothing to eat,

άπαντας. . Mark vi. 35, 36.]

And they did so, and made them all

sit down. VER. 13.

[And they sat down in ranks, by Eins de Tapès avtoús. Abte autoiç üpeñs | hundreds, and by fifties, Mark vi. 40.]

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LUKE IX. 16-21.

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VER. 16.

[When Jesus came into the coasts Λαβών δε τους πέντε άρτους, και τους | of Cesarea Philippi, he asked his dúo izbúas, åvabréfas els rèv ovqav'v, £u- disciples, saying, Whom do men say dóznos aútoùs, nai ratéxA 2De, rai išídou that I the Son of man am? Matt. τους μαθηταίς παρατιθέναι τώ όχλω. . xvi. 13. And Jesus went out, and

Then he took the five loaves and the his disciples, into the towns of Cæsatwo fishes, & and looking up to heaven, rea Philippi : and by the way be he blessed them, and brake, and gave to asked his disciples, saying unto them, the disciples to set before the multitude. Whom do men say that I am ? Mark

[And took the five loaves, and the viii. 27.] two fishes, and, looking up to heaven,

a See on Matt. vi. ver. 6. clause 1. he blessed, and brake, and gave the

b See on Matt. xvi. ver. 13. loaves to his disciples, and the disci

VER. 19. ples to the multitude, Matt. xiv. 19. And when he had taken the five loaves

Οι δε αποκριθέντες, είπον· 'Ιωάννην τον and the two fishes, he looked up to βαπτιστήν· άλλοι δε, Ηλίαν· άλλοι δε, ότι heaven, and blessed, and brake the apophong tig vāv ågxalwr åvéorn. loaves, and gave them to his disciples

a They answering said, John the Bapto set before them; and the two fishes tist; but some say, Elias; and others divided he among them all, Mark vi. say, that one of the old prophets is risen 41. And Jesus took the loaves; and again. when he had given thanks, he distri-. [And they said, Some say that thou buted to the disciples, and the dis

art John the Baptist; some, Elias ; ciples to them that were set down; and others, Jeremias, or one of the and likewise of the fishes as much as prophets, Matt. xvi. 14. And they they would, John vi. 11.]

answered, John the Baptist: but some See on Matt. xiv. ver. 19. clauses 2,3. say, Elias; and others, One of the VER. 17.

prophets, Mark viii. 28.]

a See on Matt. xvi. ver. 14.' Και έφαγον, και έχορτάσθησαν πάντες και ήρθη το περισσεύσαν αυτούς κλασμά

VER. 20. των, κόφινοι δώδεκα.

Είπε δε αυτούςΥμείς δε τίνα με λέAnd they did eat, and were all filled : Jete giver ; 'Amougideig dè ó mérgos, cime' and there was taken up fragments that Tòn Xplotó toũ @Egū. remained to them twelve baskets.

He said unto them, Buć whoin say (And they did all eat, and were fill- 1 ye that I am? Peter answering suid, ed: and they took up of the fragments The Christ of God. that remained twelve baskets full,

[He saith unto them, But whom say Matt. xiv. 20. And they did all eat, ye that I am? And Simon Peter anand were filled. And they took up swered and said, Thou art the Christ, twelve baskets full of the fragments, the Son of the living God, Matt. xvi. and of the fishes, Mark vi. 42, 43. 15, 16. And he saith unto them, But When they were filled, he said unto whom say ye that I am? And Peter his disciples, Gather up the fragments answeręth and saith unto him, Thou that remain, that nothing be lost. art the Christ, Mark viii. 29.] Therefore they gathered them together, a See on chap. iv. ver. 18. clause 2. and filled twelve baskets with the fragments of the five barley loaves,

VER. 21. which remained over and above unto ο δε επιτιμήσας αυτούς, παρήγγειλε them that had eaten, John vi. 12, 13.] undevi eiTrETY TOŪTO, ·VER. 18.

a And he straitly charged them, and Kai łyéveto žu. Ta elvar autòr wrforeu- commanded them to teli no man that χόμενον καταμόνας, συνήσαν αυτώ οι μα- I thing; θηταί και επηρώτησεν αυτούς, λέγων· [Then charged he his disciples Τίνα με λέγουσιν οι όχλοι είναι και

that they should tell no man that he And it came to pass, & as he was alone was Jesus the Christ, Matt. xvi. 20. praying, his disciples were with him : And he charged them that they should band he asked them, saying, Whom say tell no man of him, Mark viii. 30.] the people that I am ?

a See on Matt. viii. ver. 4. clause 1.

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