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26 Even so,
Matt. xi. 16-30. 20 Then began* he to up
25 At that time Jesus anbraid the cities wherein most of swered and said, I thank thee, his mighty works were done, O Father, Lord of heaven and because they repented not. earth, because thou hast hid 21 Woe unto thee, Chorazin! these things from the wise and woe unto thee, Bethsaida ! for prudent, and hast revealed if the mighty works which them unto babes. were done in you, had been Father, for so it seemed good done in Tyre and Sidon, they in thy sight.
27 All things would have repented long are delivered unto me of my ago in sackcloth and ashes. Father : and no man knoweth 22 But I say
It the Son, but the Father ; shall be more tolerable for neither knoweth any man the Tyre and Sidon at the day Father, save the Son, and he of judgment than for you. to whomsoever the Son will
thou, Capernaum, reveal him. which art exalted unto heaven, 28 Come unto me, all ye
that shalt be brought down to hell: labour and are heavy laden, for if the mighty works which and I will give you rest. have been done in thee, had 29 Take my yoke upon you, been done in Sodom, it would and learn of me; for I am have remained unto this day. meek and lowly in heart: and 24 But I say unto you, That ye shall find rest unto your it shall be more tolerable for souls. 30 For my yoke is the land of Sodom in the day easy, and my burden is light. of judgment than for thee.
ETT. Luke viii. 36-50. 36 And one of the Pharisees the Pharisee's house, and sat desired him that he would eat down to meat. 37 And, behold, with him. And he went into a woman in the city, which * See Vol. Min. p. 125, and Stud. Gosp. pp. 334.7 Vol. Min. p. 133, 134,
Luke viii. 36-50. was a sinner, when she knew
forgave most. And he said that Jesus sat at meat in the unto him, Thou hast rightly Pharisee's house, brought an judged. 44 And he turned to alabaster-box of ointment, the woman, and said unto 38 And stood at his feet, behind Simon, Seest thou this woman? him, weeping, and began to I entered into thine house, wash his feet with tears, and thou gavest me no water for did wipe them with the hairs my feet: but she hath washed of her head, and kissed his my feet with tears, and wiped feet, and anointed them with them with the hairs of her the ointment. 39 Now when head. 45 Thou gavest me no the Pharisee, which had bidden kiss : but this woman, since him, saw it, he spake within the time I came in, hath not himself, saying, This man, if ceased to kiss
feet. he were a prophet, would have head with oil thou didst not known who, and what manner anoint: but this woman hath of woman this is that toucheth anointed my feet with ointhim : for she is a sinner. 40 And ment. 47 Wherefore I
say Jesus answering, said unto unto thee, Her sins, which are him, Simon, I have somewhat
many, are forgiven; for she to say unto thee. And he loved much: but to whom saith, Master, say on.
little is forgiven, the same was a certain creditor, which loveth little. 48 And he said had two debtors : the one unto her, Thy sins are forowed five hundred pence, and given. 49 And they that sat the other fifty. 42 And when at meat with him, began to say they had nothing to pay, he within themselves, Who is this frankly forgave them both. that forgiveth sins also ? 50 And Tell me therefore which of he said to the woman, Thy them will love him most? faith hath saved thee: go in 43 Simon answered and said, I
peace. suppose that he to whom he
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Luke viii. 1-3. 1 And it came to pass after- and infirmities, Mary called ward, that he went throughout Magdalene, out of whom went every city and village, preach- seven devils, 3 and Joanna the ing and shewing the glad wife of Chuza, Herod's steward, tidings of the kingdom of God: and Susanna, and many others, and the twelve were with him; which ministered unto him of 2 And certain women, which their substance. had been healed of evil spirits