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MATT. VII. 22-26.
immediately left the ship and their times of trouble? Psal. x. 1. Yea, father, and followed him, Matt. iv. for thy sake are we killed all the day 18–92. And as Jesus passed forth long; we are counted as sheep for from thence, he saw a man, named the slaughter. Awake, why sleepest Matthew, sitting at the receipt of cus- thou, O Lord? arise, cast us not off tom : and he saith unto him, Follow for ever, xliv. 22, 23. Behold, the me. And he arose, and followed him, Lord God will help me ; who is he ix. 9. The day following Jesus would that shall condemn me? lo, they all go forth into Galilee, and findeth Phi- shall wax old as a garment; the lip, and saith unto him, Follow me, moth shall eat them up. Who is John i. 43. Wherefore henceforth among you that feareth the LORD, know we no man after the flesh: yea, that obeyeth the voice of his servant, though we have known Christ after that walketh in darkness, and hath the flesh, yet now henceforth know no light? let him trust in the name we him no more, 2 Cor. v. 16. of the LORD, and stay upon his God,
b It was meet that we should make Isa. I. 9, 10. And they came to him, merry, and be glad : for this thy bro- and awoke him, saying, Master, masther was dead, and is alive again ; ter, we perish. Then he arose, and and was lost, and is found, Luke xv. rebuked the wind and the raging of And you
hath he quickened, who the water: and they ceased, and were dead in trespasses and sins, there was a calm, Luke viii. 24. Ephes. ii. 1. Even when we were dead
VER. 26. in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved;2 γόπιστοι ; Τότε εγερθείς επετίμησε τους
Και λέγει αυτούς: Τι δειλοί έστε, ολι5.
But she that liveth in pleasure is | ανέμους, και τη θαλάσση" και εγένετο γαdead while she liveth, 1 Tim. v. 6.
λήνη μεγάλη. . VER. 23.
And he saith unto them, Why are ye Kai fpecávti aitwes Troñov, nuodoó- fearful, 0 ye of little faith ? a Then he θησαν αυτώ οι μαθηταί αυτού.
arose, and rebuked the winds and the And when he was entereil into a ship, sea; and there wus a great calm. his disciples followed him.
a But the men marvelled, saying, VER. 24.
What manner of man is this, that Kai idoù, oliopeos ubyaç lyéveto v to him! Matt. viii. 27. Or who shut
even the winds and the sea obey θαλάσση, ώστε το πλοίον καλύπτεσθαι υπό των κυμάτων αυτός δε έκάθευδε. .
up the sea with doors, when it brake
forth, as if it had issued out of a And, behold, there arose a great tem the womb? When I made the cloud pest in the sea, insomuch that the ship was
the garment thereof, and thick darkcovered with the waves: but he was
ness a swaddling-band for it, And asleep.
brake up for it my decreed place, and a And there arose a great storm of set bars and doors, And said, Hitherto wind, and the waves beat into the shalt thou come, but no farther : and ship, so that it was now full. And here shall thy proud waves be stayed? he was in binder part of the ship, Job xxxviii. 8—11. Which stilleth asleep on a pillow : and they awake the noise of the seas, the noise of him, and say unto him, Master, car. their waves, and the tumult of the est thou not that we perish? Mark people, Psal. Ixv. 7. Thou rulest the iv. 37, 38.
raging of the sea : when the waves VER. 25.
thereof arise, thou stillest them, Και προσελθόντες οι μαθηταί αυτού | Ιπτίχ. 9. The Hoods have lifted up, ήγειραν αυτόν, λέγοντες· Κύριε, σώσον ημάς, Eheir voice; the Hoods lift up their
O LORD, the floods have lifted up απολλύμεθα. .
The Lord on high is mighAnd his disciples came to him, a and tier than the noise of many waters, awoke him, saying, Lord, save us: we you, than the mighty waves of the sea, perish.
xciii. 3, 4. Thou coveredst it with Why standest thou afar off, 0 the deep as with a garment: the waLord why hidest thou thyself in ters stood above the mountains. At
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thy rebuke they fled; at the voice of by them. But when they saw him thy thunder they hasted away. They walking upon the sea, they supposed go up by the mountains; they go it had been a spirit, and cried out: down by the valleys unto the place for they all saw him, and were trouwhich thou hast founded for them. bled. And immediately he talked Thou hast set a bound that they may with them, and saith unto them, Be not pass over; that they turn not of good cheer : it is I ; be not afraid. again to cover the earth, civ. 6-9. And he went up unto them into the Then they cry unto the Lord in their ship; and the wind ceased : and they trouble, and he bringeth them out of were sore amazed in themselves be. their distresses. He maketh the yond measure, and wondered, Mark storm à calm, so that the waves there- vi. 48–51. And he had in his hand of are still. Then are they glad be a little book open : and he set his cause they be quiet; so he bringeth right foot upon the sea, and his left them unto their desired haven, cvii. foot on the earth, Rev. x. 2. 28-30. The sea saw it, and fled :
VER. 27. Jordan was driven back. The mountains skipped like rams, and the lit
οι δε άνθρωποι εθαύμασαν, λέγοντες. tle hills like lambs. What aled thee, Ποταπός έστιν ούτος, ότι και οι άνεμοι και
ή θάλασσα υπακούουσιν αυτο; O thou sea, that thou fleddest? thou Jordan, that thou wast driven back?
a But the men marvelled, saying, What Ye mountains, that ye skipped like manner of man is this, that even the rams; and ye little hills, like lambs winds and the sea obey him! Tremble, thou earth, at the presence a Then they that were in the ship of the Lord, at the presence of the came and worshipped him, saying, God of Jacob, cxiv. 3–7. When he Of a truth thou art the Son of God, established the clouds above : when Matt. xiv. 33. And they feared exhe strengthened the fountains of the ceedingly, and said one to another, deep: When he gave to the sea his What manner of man is this, that decree, that the waters should not even the wind and the sea obey him? pass his commandment: when he ap- Mark iv. 41. pointed the foundations of the earth,
VER. 28. Prov. viii. 28, 29. Wherefore, when
Και ελθόντι αυτών εις το σέραν εις την I came, was there no man? when I called, was there none to answer? χώραν των Γεργεσηνών, υπήντησαν αυτά Is my hand shortened at all, that it δύο δαιμονιζόμενοι, εκ των μνημείων εξερχόcannot redeem ? or have I no power μενοι, χαλεποί λίαν, ώστε μη ισχύειν τινα to deliver? behold, at my rebuke I wagenoeie dià tñs odoī ixtions. dry up the sea, I make the rivers a
And a when he was come to the other wilderness : their fish stinketh, be side into the country of the Gergesenes, cause there is no water, and dieth for there met him two c possessed with devils, thirst. I clothe the heavens with
coming out of the tombs, exceeding blackness, and I make sackcloth their fierce, so that no man might pass by that covering. The Lord God hath given way. me the tongue of the learned, that I a And they came over unto the should know how to speak a word in other side of the sea, into the counseason to him that is weary: he try of the Gadarenes, Mark v. 1. wakeneth morning by morning, he And they arrived at the country of wakeneth mine ear to hear as the the Gadarenes, which is over-against leamed, Isa. 1. 2-4. He rebuketh Galilee, Luke viii. 26. the sea, and maketh it dry, and drieth b When the LORD thy God shall up all the rivers : Bashan languish bring thee into the land whither thou eth, and Carmel, and the flower of goest to possess it, and hath cast out Lebanon languisheth, Nah. i. 4. And many nations before thee, the Hithe saw them toiling in rowing; for tites, and the Girgashites, and the the wind was contrary unto them : Amorites, and the Canaanites, and and about the fourth watch of the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the might he cometh unto them, walking Jebusites, seven nations greater and upon the sea, and would have passed mightier than thou, Deut. vii. 1.
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• See parallels on clause 4. ver. 24. command that these stones be made ch. iv.
bread, Matt. iv. 3. And unclean spid And when he was come out of the rits, when they saw him, fell down ship, immediately there met him out before him, and cried, saying, Thou of the tombs a man with an unclean art the Son of God, Mark üi. 11. And spirit, Who had his dwelling among devils also came out of many, crying the tombs; and no man could bind out, and saying, Thou art Christ the him, no, not with chains : Because Son of God. And he rebuking them that he had been often bound with suffered them not to speak : for they fetters and chains, and the chains had knew that he was Christ, Luke iv. 41. been plucked asunder by him, and The same followed Paul and us, and the fetters broken in pieces: neither cried, saying, These men are the ser. could any mun tame him. And al- vants of the most high God, which ways, night and day, he was in the shew unto us the way of salvation, mountains, and in the tombs, crying, Acts xvi. 17. Thou believest that and cutting himself with stones, there is one God; thou doest well: Mark v. 2-5. And when he went the devils also believe, and tremble, forth to land, there met him out of Jam. ii. 19. the city a certain man, which had de. c For if God spared not the angels vils long time, and ware no clothes, that sinned, but cast them down to neither abode in any house, but in the hell, and delivered them into chains of tombs, Luke viii. 27. For he had darkness, to be reserved unto judgcommanded the unclean spirit to come ment, 2 Pet. ii. 4.
And the angels out of the man. For oftentimes it had which kept not their first estate, but caught bim: and he was kept bound left their own habitation, he hath rewith chains and in fetters; and he served in everlasting chains under brake the bands, and was driven of darkness, unto the judgment of the the devil into the wilderness, 29.
great day, Jude 6. VER. 29.
VER. 30. Και ιδού, έκραξαν λέγοντες· Τί ημίν και σοι, Ιησού υιέ του Θεού και ήλθες ώδε προ
"Ην δε μακράν απ' αυτών αγέλη χοίρων
πολλών βοσκομένη. . καιρού βασανίσαι ημάς; ; And, behold, they cried out, suying,
And there was a good way off from a What have we to do with thee, Jesus, them it an herd of many swine feeding. b thou Son of God ? c art thou come a And the swine, because it divideth hither to torment us before the time ? the hoof, yet cheweth not the cud : it
a Saying, Let us alone; what have is unclean unto you: ye shall not eat we to do with thee, thou Jesus of Na- of their flesh, nor touch their dead zareth ? art thou come to destroy us?
carcass, Deut. xiv. 8.
main I know thee who thou art, the Holy
graves, and lodge in One of God, Mark i. 24. And cried the monuments, which eat swine's with a loud voice, and said, What flesh, and broth of abominable things have I to do with thee, Jesus, thou is in their vessels, Isa. Ixv. 4. Now Son of the most high God? I adjure there was there nigh unto the mounthee by God, that thou torment me
tains a great herd of swine feeding, not, v.7. Saying, Let us alone; what Mark v. 11. And he went and joined have we to do with thee, thou Jesus of himself to a citizen of that country; Nazareth ? art thou come to destroy and he sent him into his fields to feed us? I know thee who thou art, the
swine. And he would fain have Holy One of God, Luke iv. 34. When filled his belly with the husks that the he saw Jesus, he cried out, and fell swine did eat : and no man gave unto down before him, and with a loud him, Luke xv. 15, 16. voice said, What have I to do with
VER. S1. thee, Jesus, thou Son of God most high? I beseech thee, torment me
Οι δε δαίμονες παρεκάλουν αυτόν, λέγον
TEGY Ει εκβάλλεις ημάς, επίτρεψον ημίν not, viii. 28.
απελθείν b And when the tempter came to
την αγέλην των χοίρων. . him, he said, If thou be the Son of God, So a the devils besought him, saying,
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MATT. VIII. 31–34.
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If thou cast us out, suffer us to go away all that a man hath will he give for into the herd of swine.
his life : But put forth thine hand a And cried with a loud voice, and now, and touch his bone and his flesh, said, What have I to do with thee, and he will curse thee to thy face. Jesus, thou Son of the most high God? And the LORD said unto Satan, BeI adjure thee by God, that thou tor- hold, he is in thine hand; but save his ment me not. And all the devils be- | life, ii. 3—6. For to do whatsoever sought him, saying, Send us into the thy hand and thy counsel determined swine, that we may enter into them, before to be done, Aēts iv. 28. Mark v. 7. 12. And Jesus asked him,
b And forthwith Jesus gave them saying, Whatis thy name? And he said leave. And the unclean spirits went Legion : because many devils were out, and entered into the swine : and entered into him. And they besought the herd ran violently down a steep him that he would not command them place into the sea, (they were about to go out into the deep. And there two thousand ;) and were choked in was there an herd of many swine the sea, Mark v. 13. feeding on the mountain : and they besought him that he would suffer Οι δε βόσκοντες έφυγαν και απελθόντες them to enter into them And he | εις την πόλιν, απήγγειλαν πάντα, και τα suffered them. Then went the devils Tão das peovisou évær. out of the man, and entered into the
a And they that kept them fled, and swine : and the herd ran violently went their ways into the city, and told down a steep place into the lake, and every thing, and what was befallen to were choked, Luke viii. 30-33.
the possesseid of the devils. VER. 32.
a And they that fed the swine fled, Και είπεν αυτοίς: Υπάγετε. oi dè, and told it in the city, and in the εξελθόντες απήλθον εις την αγέλην των χοί- | country. And they went out to see εων και ιδού, ώρμησε σάσα η αγέλη των what it was that was done. And they χοίρων κατά του κρημνού εις την θάλασσαν, come to Jesus, and see him that was και απέθανον εν τοίς ύδασιν. .
possessed with the devil, and had the And he said unto them, a Go. And legion, sitting, and clothed, and in his when they were come out, they went right mind : and they were afraid. into the herd of swine : and, behold, And they that saw it told them how bthe whole herd of swine run violently it befel to him that was possessed with down a steep place into the sea, and pe- swine, Mark v. 14–16. When they
the devil, and also concerning the rished in the waters. a Hast not thou made an hedge fed, and went and told it in the city,
that fed them saw what was done, they about him, and about his house, and and in the country. Then they went out about all that he hath on every side? Thou hast blessed the work of his Jesus, and found the man, out of whom
to see what was done ; and came to hands, and his substance is increased the devils were departed, sitting at in the land. But put forth thine hand the feet of Jesus, clothed, and in his now, and touch all that he hath, and right mind: and they were afraid. he will curse thee to thy face. And They also which saw it told them by the LORD said unto Satan, Behold, all what means he that was possessed that be bath is in thy power; only of the devils was healed, Luke viii. upon himself put not forth thine hand,
34-36. Job i. 10–12. And the Lord said unto Satan, Hast thou considered my
VER. 34. servant Job, that there is none like
Και ιδού, σάσα ηφόλις εξήλθεν εις συνάνhim in the earth, a perfect and an up
τησιν τώ Ιησού και ιδόντες αυτόν, παρεκάright man, one that feareth God, and abay nas pitali a Täv ogíar aitwy. escheweth evil? and still he holdeth a And, behold, the whole city came out fast his integrity, although thou mo to meet Jesus: and when they saw him, vedst me against him, to destroy him they besought him that he woulil depart without cause. And Satan answered out of their cousts. the Lord, and said, Skin for skin, yea, • And they began to pray bim to de
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MATT. IX. 1, 2.
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part out of their coasts. And when in a bed a man which was taken with he was come into the ship, he that a palsy: and they sought means to had been possessed with the devil bring him in, and to lay him before prayed him that he might be with him, him. And when they could not find Mark v. 17–18. Then the whole by what way they might bring him in multitude of the country of the Gada- because of the multitude, they went renes round about besought him to upon the housetop, and let him down depart from them; for they were ta- through the tiling, with his couch, into ken with great fear: and he went up the midst before Jesus, Luke v. 18, 19. into the ship and returned back again. b And when they could not come Now the man out of whom the devils nigh unto him for the press, they unwere departed besought him that he covered the roof where he was: and might be with him : but Jesus sent when they had broken it up, they let him away, saying, Return to thine own down the bed wherein the sick of the house, and shew how great things palsy lay. When Jesus saw their faith, God hath done unto thee. And he he said unto the sick of the palsy, went his way, and published through. Son, thy sins be forgiven thee, Mark out the whole city how great things ii. 4, 5. And when he saw their faith, Jesus had done unto him, Luke viii. he said unto him, Man, thy sins are 37-39.
forgiven thee, Luke v. 20. CHAP. IX_VER. 1.
c But Jesus turned him about, and Kai épe bas eis rò Thorov, dietigase, xai when he saw her, he said, Daughter, ήλθεν εις την ιδίαν πόλιν. .
be of good comfort; thy faith hath And a he entered into a ship, and made thee whole, ver.22. And he said passed over, and came b into his own made thee whole; go in peace, and
unto her, Daughter, thy faith hath city. a Then the whole multitude of the Then Jesus saith unto them, Children, .
be whole of thy plague, Mark v. 34. country of the Gadarenes round about have ye any meat? They answered besought him to depart from them; him, No, John xxi. 5. for they were taken with great fear: d Blessed is he whose transgresand he went up into the ship, and re-sion is forgiven, whose sin is covered. turned back again, Luke viii. 37. Blessed the man unto whom the
b And leaving Nazareth, he came and dwelt in Čapernaum, which is in whose Spirit there is no guile,
LORD imputeth not iniquity, and upon the sea-coast, in the borders of Ps. xxxii. 1, 2. Go thy way, eat Zabulon and Nephthalim, Matt. iv. thy bread with joy, and drink thy 13.
wine with a merry heart; for God VER. 2.
now accepteth thy works, Ec. ix. 7. Kal idoù, apockpepov aŭtom TapaautixòV Comfort ye, comfort ye my people, επί κλίνης βεβλημένον· και ιδών ο Ιησούς της | saith your God. Speak ye commíctiv avtây, cimetõ napadutixão ©áp- fortably to Jerusalem, and cry unto σει τέκνον, αφέωνταί σοι αι αμαρτίαι σου. her, that her warfare is accomplished,
And, behold, a they brought to him a that her iniquity is pardoned; for she man sick of the palsy, lying on a bed : hath received of the Lord's hand and Jesus b seeing their faith, said unto double for all her sins, Isa. xl. 1, 2. the sick of the palsy; ¢ Son, d be of good I have blotted out, as a thick cloud, cheer ; thy sins be forgiven thee. thy transgressions, and, as a cloud,
a And again he entered into Caper- thy sins: return unto me; for I have naum after some days; and it was redeemed thee, xliv. 22. But this noised that he was in the house. And shall be the covenant that I will make straightway many were gathered to with the house of Israel; after those gether, insomuch that there was no days, saith the LORD, I will put my room to receive them, no, not so much law in their inward parts, and write as about the door: and he preached it in their hearts; and will be their the word unto them. And they come God, and they shall be my people. unto him bringing one sick of the And they shall teach no more every palsy, which was borne of four, Mark man his neighbour, and every man ii. 1-3. And, behold, men brought his brother, saying, Know the Lord: