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17 And they began to pray | had spent all that she had, and him to departout of their was nothing bettered, but racoasts.

ther grew worse, 18 And when he was come 27 When she had heard of Jeinto the ship, he that had been sus, came in the press behind, possessed with the devil, prayed and touched his garment: him that he might be with him. 28 For she said, If I may

19 Howbeit, Jesus suffered him touch but his clothes, I shall not, but saith unto him, Go home to thy friends, and tell 29 And straightway the founthem how great things the Lord tain of her blood was dried up; hath done for thee, and hath and she felt in her body, that had compassion on thee. she was healed of that plague.

20 And he departed, and be- 30 And Jesus, immediately gan to publish in Decapolis, knowing in himself that virtue how great things Jesus had had gone out of him, turned done for him; and all men did him about in the press, and marvel.

said, Who touched my clothes? 21 And when Jesus was pass- 31 And his disciples said unto ed over again by ship, unto the him, Thou seest the multitude other side, much people gather- thronging thee, and sayest thou, ed unto him ; and he was nigh Who touched me ? unto the sea.

32 And he looked round about 22 And, behold, there cometh to see her that had done this one of the rulers of the syna | thing. gogue, Jairus by name; and 33 But the woman, fearing when he saw him, he fell at and trembling, knowing what his feet,

was done in her, came and fell 23 And besought him greatly, down before him, and told him saying, My little daughter lieth all the truth. at the point of death : I pray 34 And he said unto her, thee, come and lay thy hands Daughter, thy faith hath made on her, that she may be healed, thee whole ; go in peace, and and she shall live.

be whole of thy plague. 24 And Jesus went with him; 35 While he yet spake, there and much people followed him, came from the ruler of the sy. and thronged him.

nagogue's house certain which 25 And a certain woman, which said, Thy daughter is dead; had an issue of blood twelve why troublest thou the Master years,

any further ? 26 And had suffered many 36 As soon as Jesus heard the things of many physicians, and word that was spoken, he saith

unto the ruler of the synagogue, thence, and came into his own Be not afraid, only believe. country; and his disciples fol.

37 And he suffered no man to || low him. follow him, save Peter, and 2 And when the sabbath-day James, and John the brother of was come, he began to teach James.

in the synagogue: and many, 38 And he cometh to the house hearing bim, were astonished, of the ruler of the synagogue, saying, From whence hath this and seeth the tumult, and them man these things ? and what that wept and wailed greatly. wisdom is this which is given

39 And when he was come in, unto him, that even such mighhe saith unto them, Why make ty works are wrought by his ye this ado, and weep? the dam hands? sel is not dead, but sleepeth. 3 Is not this the carpenter,

40 And they laughed him to the son of Mary, the brother of scorn. But when he had put || James, and Joses, and of Juda, them all out, he taketh the fa- | and Simon ? and are not his sisther and the mother of the dam ters here with us? And they sel, and them that were with were offended at him.' him, and entereth in where the 4 But Jesus said unto them, damsel was lying.

A prophet is not without hon41 And he took the damsel | our, but in his own country, by the hand, and said unto her, and among his own kin, and in Talitha-cumi; which is, being his own house. interpreted, Damsel, (I say unto 5 And he could there do no thee) arise.

mighty work, save that he laid 42 And straightway the dam- || his hands upon a few sick folk, sel arose, and walked ; for she and healed them. was of the age of twelve years : || 6 And he marvelled because and they were astonished with of their unbelief. And he went a great astonishment.

round about the villages, teach43 And he charged them straitly that no man should 7 And he called unto him the know it, and commanded that twelve, and began to send them something should be given her forth by two and two ; and to eat.

gave them power over unclean

spirits; CHAP. VI.

8 And commanded them that

they should take nothing for CHRIST WALKETH ON THE

their journey, save a staff only: SEA.

no scrip, no bread, no money AND he went out from in their purse;


9 But be shod with sandals ; ) 18 For John had said unto and not put on two coats. Herod, It is not lawful for thee

10 And he said unto them, to have thy brother's wife. In what place soever ye enter 19 Therefore Herodias had a. into an house, there abide till quarrel against him, and would ye depart from that place. have killed him; but she could

11 And whosoever shall not not: receive you, nor hear you, when 20 For Herod feared John, ye depart thence, shake off the knowing that he was a just man dust under your feet, for a tes- and an holy, and observed him; timony against them. Verily I and when he heard him, he did say unto you, It shall be more many things, and heard him tolerable for Sodom and Go gladly. morrha in the day of judgment 21 And when a convenient day than for that city. .

was come, that Herod on his 12 And they went out, and birth-day made a supper to his preached that men should re- lords, high captains, and chief pent.

estates of Galilee : 13 And they cast out many | 22 And when the daughter of devils, and anointed with oil the said Herodias came in, and many that were sick, and heal- danced, and pleased Herod, and ed them.

them that sat with him, the king 14 And king Herod heard of said unto the damsel, Ask of bim ; (for his name was spread me whatsoever thou wilt, and I abroad ;) and he said, That will give it thee. John the Baptist was risen from 23 And he sware unto her, the dead, and therefore mighty | Whatsoever thou shalt ask of works do shew forth themselves me, I will give it thee, unto the in him.

half of my kingdom. 15 Others said, That it is Eli- 24 And she went forth, and as. And others said, That it said unto her mother, What is a prophet, or as one of the shall I ask? And she said, The prophets.

head of John the Baptist. 16 But when Herod heard 25 And she came in straightthereof, he said, It is John, way with haste unto the king, whom I beheaded : he is risen and asked, saying, I will that from the dead.

thou give me, by and by in a · 17 For Herod himself had sent charger, the head of John the forth, and laid hold upon John, Baptist. and bound him in prison, for He. 26 And the king was exceedrodias' sake, his brother Philip's ing sorry; yet for his oath's wife; for he had married her. sake, and for their sakes which


sat with him, he would not re- || unto him and said, This is a ject her.

desert place, and now the time 27 And immediately the king is far passed ; sent an executioner, and com- 36 Send them away, that they manded his head to be brought : may go into the country round and he went and beheaded him about, and into the villages, in the prison;

and buy themselves bread : for 28 And brought his head in a they have nothing to eat. charger, and gave it to the dam | 37 He answered, and said unsel : and the damsel gave it to to them, Give ye them to eat. her mother.

And they say unto him, Shall 29 And when his disciples || we go and buy two hundred heard of it, they came and took | pennyworth of bread, and give up his corpse, and laid it in a || them to eat ? tomb.

38 He saith unto them, How * 30 And the apostles gathered many loaves have ye? go and themselves together unto Jesus, || see. And, when they knew, and told him all things, both they say, Five, and two fishes. what they had done, and what | 39 And he commanded them they had taught. .

I to make all sit down by compa. 31 And he said unto them, nies upon the green grass. Come ye yourselves apart into 40 And they sat down in a desert place, and rest awhile : | ranks, by hundreds, and by fiffor there were many coming

ties. and going, and they had no lei. | 41 And, when he had taken sure so much as to eat.

the five loaves, and the two fish32 And they departed into a es, he looked up to heaven, and desert place by ship privately. blessed, and brake the loaves,

33 And the people saw them || and gave them to his disciples,
departing, and many knew him, to set before them: and the
and ran afoot thither out of all two fishes divided he among
cities, and outwent them, and them all.
came together unto him.

42 And they did all eat, and
34 And Jesus, when he came were filled.
out, saw much people, and was 43 And they took up twelve
moved with compassion toward | baskets full of the fragments,
them, because they were as and of the fishes.
sheep not having a shepherd : || 44 And they that did eat of
and he began to teach them ma- | the loaves, were about five thou-
ny things.

sand men. 35 And when the day was now 45 And straightway he confar spent, his disciples came strained his disciples to get into the ship, and to go to the region round about, and began other side before unto Bethsai. || to carry about in beds those da, while he sent away the peo- that were sick, where they heard ple.

he was. - 46 And when he had sent 56 And whithersoever he enthem away, he departed into a | tered, into villages, or cities, or mountain to pray.

country, they laid the sick in 47 And when even was come, the streets, and besought him the ship was in the midst of the that they might touch, if it were sea, and he alone on the land. | but the border of his garment :

48 And he saw them toiling | and as many as touched him, in rowing : (for the wind was were made whole. contrary unto them :) and about the fourth watch of the night,

CHAP. VII. he cometh unto them, walking upon the sea, and would have


THEN came together unto 49 But, when they saw him him the Pharisees, and certain walking upon the sea, they sup of the scribes, which came from posed it had been a spirit, and Jerusalem. cried out:

2 And when they saw some 50 (For they all saw him and of his disciples eat bread with were troubled :) and immedi. || defiled (that is to say, with ately he talked with them, and unwashen) hands, they found saith unto them, Be of good fault. cheer: it is I; be not afraid. | 3 For the Pharisees, and all

51 And he went up unto them the Jews, except they wash into the ship ; and the wind their hands oft, eat not, holding ceased : and they were sore the tradition of the elders. amazed in themselves beyond | 4 And when they come from measure, and wondered.

the market, except they wash, 52 For they considered not || they eat not. And many other the miracle of the loaves : for things there be, which they their heart was hardened. have received to hold, as the

53 And when they had passed washing of cups, and pots, and over, they came into the land of of brazen vessels, and tables. Gennesaret, and drew to the 5 Then the Pharisees and shore.

scribes asked him, Why walk 54 And, when they were come not thy disciples according to out of the ship, straightway they || the tradition of the elders, knew him,

but eat bread with unwashen 55 And ran through that whole | hands ?

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