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16 And they that saw it told them how it
befell to him that was possessed with the devil,
and also concerning the swine.

17 And ''they began to pray him to depart
out of their coasts.

18 And when he was come into the
ship, •= he that had been posse'ssed with the
devil prayed him that he might be with
him.

19 Howbeit Jesus sufiered him not, but
saith unto him. Go home to thy friends,
and tell them how great things the Lord
hath done for thee, and hath had compassion
on thee.

20 And he departed, and began to publish
inDecapoIishow great things Jesus had done
for him. And all men did marvel.

21 "^And when Jesus was passed over
again by ship unto the other side, much peo-
ple gathered unto him : and he was nigh unto
the sea.

22 ^And behold, there cometh one of the
rulers of the synagogue, Jairus byname ; and
when he saw him, he fell at his feet,

23 And besought him greatly, saying,
My little daughter lieth at the point of
death : I pray thee, come and lay thy hands
on her, that she may be healed ; and she shall
live.

24 And Jesus went with him ; and much
people followed him, and thronged hirii.

25 And a certain woman f which had
an issue of blood twelve years,

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b Matt. 8.

34.

Acts 16. 39.



c Luke 8.
38.



d Matt, 9. 1.
Luke 8. 40.



e Matt. 0.

18.

Luke 8. 41.



f Lot. 15.

S!5.

MaU. 9. 20



Anno

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31.



fLuke 6.
9. & 8. 46.



h Matt 9.

22.

ch. 10. 52.

Acta 14. 9.



i Luke 8.



k John XL
II.



I Acts 9. 40.



m Matt. 8. 4.
& 9. 30. &
12. 16. & 17.
9.

ch.3. 12.
Luke S. 14.



Christ raiseth Jairus' daughter.

26 And had suffered many things of
many physicians, and had spent all that she
had, and was nothing bettered, but rather
grew worse,

27 When she had heard of Jesus, came in
the press behind, and touched his garment*

28 For she said. If I may touch but his
clothes, I shall be whole.

29 And straightway the fountain of her
blood was dried up ; and she felt in her body
that she was healed of that plague.

30 And Jesus, immediately knowing in
himself that s virtue had gone out of him,
turned him about in the press, and said.
Who touched my clothes?

31 And his disciples said unto him. Thou
seest the multitude thronging thee, and sayest
thou. Who touched me ?

32 And he looked round about to see her
that had done this thing.

33 But the woman, fearing and trembling,
knowing what was done in her, came and
fell down before him, and told hini all the
truth.

34 And he said unto her. Daughter, ""thy
faith hath made thee. whole; go in peace, and
be whole of thy plague.

35 'While he yet spake, there came
from the ruler of the synagogue's house cer-
tain which said. Thy daughter is dead : why
troublest thou the Master any further?

36 As soon as Jesus heard the word that
was spoken, he saith unto the ruler of the
synagogue. Be not afraid, only believe.

37 And he suffered no man to follow him,
save Peter, and James, and John the brother
of James.

38 And he cometh to the house of the ruler
of the synagogue, and seeth the tumult, and
them that wept and wailed greatly.

39 And when he was come in, he saith
unto them, Why make ye this ado, and
weep ? the damsel is not dead, but ^ sleep-
eth.

40 And they laughed him to scorn. ' But
when he had put them all out, he taketh the
father and the mother of the damsel, and
them that were with him, and entereth in
where the damsel was lying.

41 And he took the damsel by the hand,
and said unto her, Talitha-cumi : which is,
being interpreted. Damsel, (I say unto thee)
arise.

42 And straightway the damsel arose, and
walked ; for she was of the age of twelve
years. And they were astonished with a
great astonishment.

43 And "he charged them straitly that
no man should know it ; and commanded
that something should be given her to eat.

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Christ sendeth out the twelve.
CHAP. VI.

1 Christ is contemned of his countrymen. 7 He giveth
the twelve power over unclean spirits. 14 Divers
opinions of Christ. 18 John Baptist is beheaded,
29 and buried. 30 The apostles return from preach-
ing. 34 The miracle of five loaves and two fishes.
45 Christ walketh on the sea: 53 and healeth all
that touch him.

AND =^he went out from thence, and came
into his own country ; and his disciples
follow him.

2 And when the sabbath-day was come, he
began to teach in the synagogue : and many
hearing him were astonished, saying, ''From
whence hath this man these things ? and what
wisdom is this which is given unto him, that
even such mighty works are wrought by his
hands ?

. 3 Is not this the carpenter, the son of
Mary, "the brother of James, and Joses, and
of Juda, and Simon? and are not his sisters
here with us ? And they ^ were offended at
him.

4 But Jesus said unto them, ^ A prophet
is not without honour, but in his own coun-
try, and among his own kin, and in his own
house.

5 ''And he could there do no mighty
work, save that he laid his hands upon a few
sick folk, and healed ihem.

6 And she marvelled because of their
unbelief. ""And he went round about the
villages teaching.

7 H'And he called unto him the twelve,
and began to send them forth by two and
two ; and gave them power over unclean
spirits ;

8 And commanded them that they should
take nothing for their journey, save a staff
only ; no scrip, no bread, no || money in their
purse :

9 But He shod with sandals; and not put
on two coats.

10 ^ And he said unto them. In what place
soever ye enter into anhouse, there abide till
ye depart from that place.

11 ""And whosoever shall not receive you,
nor hear you, when ye depart thence, " shake
off the dust under your feet, for a testimony
against them. Verily I say unto you. It
shall be more tolerable for Sodom t and
Gomorrah in the day of judgment, than for
that city.

12 And they went out, and preached that
men should repent.

13 And they cast out many devils, ° and
anointed with oil many that were sick, and
healed them.

14 pAnd king Herod heard of him,
(for his name was spread abroad,) and he
said, That John the Baptist was risen from



S. MARK.



Anno

DOMINI

31.



a Matt. 13.

54.

Luke 4. 16.



b John 6.
42.



c See *

Matt. 12. 46.
Gal. 1. 19.



d Matt. 11.



e Matt. 13.

57.

John 4. 44.



f See

Gen. 19. 22.
& 32. 25.
Matt. 13. 58.
ch.9. 23.



18.



h Matt. 9.

35.

Luke 13. !S.

i Matt. 30.1.
ch, 3. 13, 14.
Luke 0. 1.



II The word
si^niljeth a
mece af
brass mo-
ney, in va-
lue some-
what less
than a far-
thing,
Matt. 10. 9.
but here it
is taken in
general for
money.
Luke 9. 3.
k Acts 12.
8.

1 Matt. 10.
11.

Luke 9. 4.
& 10. 7, 8.
m Matt. 10.
14.

Luke 10. 10.
n Act! 13.
51. & 18. 6.
t Gr. or.



o James 5.
14.



P Matt. 14.
Luke 9. 7.



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31.



g Matt. 16.

14.

ch.8.28.



r Matt. 14.

2.

Luke 3. 19.



8 Lev. 18.
16. & 20. 21.



II Or, ^
an tnward
grudge.



t Matt 14.
5. & 21. 6.

kept him, or,
Baaed him.



A.D.32.

u Matt. 14.



X Gen. 40.
20.



y Ksther 5.
3, U. & 7. 2.



z Matt. 14.
9.



one of his
guard.



a Luke 9.
10.



b Matt. 14.
13.



John Baptist is beheaded.

the dead, and therefore mighty works do
shew forth themselves in him.

15 q Others said. That it is Elias. And
others said. That it is a prophet, or as one
of the prophets.

16 "^But when Herod heard thereof, he
said. It is John, whom I beheaded : he is
risen from the dead.

17 For Herod himself had sent forth and
laid hold upon John, and bound him in.
prison for Herodias' sake, his brother Philip's
wife : for he had married her.

18 For John had said unto Herod, =It
is not lawful for thee to have thy brother's
wife.

19 Therefore Herodias had || a quarrel
against him, and would have killed him ; but
she could not :

20 For Herod * feared John, knowing that
he was a just manandanholy, and || observed
him : and when he heard him, he did many
things, and heard him gladly.

21 "And when a convenient day was
come, that Herod ^ on his birth-day made a
supper to his lords, high captains, and chief
estates of Galilee ;

22 And when the daughter of the said
Herodias came in, and danced, and pleased
Herod, and them that sat with him, the
king said unto the damsel. Ask of me
whatsoever thou wilt, and I will give it
thee.

23 And he sware unto her, y Whatsoever
thou shalt ask of me, I will give it thee,
unto the half of my kingdom.

24 And she went forth, and said unto her
mother. What shall I ask? And she said.
The head of John the Baptist.

25 And she came in straightway with
haste unto the king, and asked, saying, I
will that thou give me, by and by, in a char-
ger, the head of John the Baptist.

26 ^And the king was exceeding sorry; yet
for his oath's sake, and for their sakes which
sat with him, he would not reject her.

27 And immediately the king sent || an
executioner, arid commanded his head to be
brought : and he went and beheaded him in
the prison ;

28 And brought his head in a charger
and gave it to the damsel ; and the damsel
gave it to her mother.

29 And when his disciples heard of it,
they came and took up his corpse, and laid

it in a tomb. -4f

30 "And the apostles gathered them
selves together unto Jesus, and told him all
things, both what they had done, and what
they had taught.

31 •'And he said unto them, Come ye

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I



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32.



c ch. 3. SO.



i Matt 14.




e Matt. 9.
36. Sl 14. 14.



f Luke 9.
11.



e Matt. 14.

15.

Luke 9. 13.



h Numb. 11.
13, S2.
2 Kings 4.
43.

II The Ro-
man penny
is seven
pence half-
penny: as
Matt. 18. 28.
i Matt. 14.
17.

Luke 9. 13.
Jolm G. 9.
See

Matt. 15. 34.
ch.8.3.



k 1 Sam. 9.
13.

Matt 2C. 26.



I Matt. 14.
22.

John 6. 17.

II Or.

everagainst
Bethaaida.



m Matt 14.

23.

.lohn 6. 16,

17.



n See
Luke 24. 28.



Anno

DOMINI

32.



o ch. 8. 17,

18.

p ch. 3. 5. &

16. 14.

q Matt. 14.

S4.



r Matt 9.

20.

ch. 5. 27, 28,

Acts 19. 12.

II Or, it.



The miracle of jive loaves and two fishes. CHAP. VII.

yourselves apart into a desert place, and
rest a while : for •= there were many coming
and going, and they had no leisure so much
as to eat.
'j' 32 "^ And they departed into a desert place
by ship privately.

33 And the people saw them departing,
and many knew him, and ran afoot thither
out of all cities, and outwent them, and came
together unto him.

34 ^And Jesus, when he came out, saw
much people, and was moved with compassion
toward them, because they were as sheep not
having a shepherd: and ''he began to teach
them many things.

35 sAnd when the day was now far
spent, his disciples came unto him, and
said. This is a desert place, and now the time
is far passed :

36 Send them away, that they may go
into the country round about, and into the
villages, and buy themselves bread : for they
have nothing to eat.

37 He answered and said unto them. Give
ye them to eat. And they say unto him,
''Shall we go and buy two hundred || penny-
worth of bread, ajid give them to eat?

38 He saith unto them. How many loaves
have ye ? go and see. And when they knew,
they say, 'Five, and two fishes.

39 And he commanded them to make all
sit down by companies upon the green grass.

40 And they sat down in ranks, by hun-
dreds, and by fifties.

41 And when he had taken the five
loaves, and the two fishes, he looked up to
heaven, ■'and blessed, and brake the loaves,
and gave them to his disciples to set before
them; and the two fishes divided he among
them all.

42 And they did all eat, and were filled.

43 And they took up twelve baskets full
of the fragments, and of the fishes.

44 And they that did eat of the loaves,
were about five thousand men.

■^ 45 ' And straightway he constrained his
disciples to get into the ship, and to go to
the other side before || unto Bethsaida, while
he sent away the people.

46 And when he had sent them away, he
departed into a mountain to pray.

47 ""And when even was come, the ship
was in the midst of the sea, and he alone on
the land.

48 And he saw them toiling in rowing ;
for the wind was contrary unto them : and
about the fourth watch of the night he
cometh unto them, walking upon the sea,
and "would have passed by them.

49 But when they saw him walking upon



a Matt. 13.
1.



II Or,
eomtiton.



II Or,

dilisently :
in the
original,
with the fist:
Theophy-
lact up to
the elbow.



II Sextanus,
IS about a

Eint and a
air.

P Or,
beds.
b Matt 15.



clsai.29. 13,
Matt 13. 8.



Christ healeth all that touch him.

the sea, they supposed it had been a spirit,
and cried out.

50 (For they all saw him, and were trou-
bled.) And immediately he talked with
them, and saith unto them. Be of good
cheer : it is I ; be not afraid.

51 And he Went up unto them into the
ship ; and the wind ceased : and they were
sore amazed in themselves beyond measure,
and wondered.

52 For " they considered not the miracle
of the loaves ; for their p heart was hardened.

53 1 And when they had passed over,
they came into the land of Gennesaret, and
drew to the shore.

54 And when they were come out of the
ship, straightway they knew him,

55 And ran through that whole region
round about, and began to carry about in
beds those that were sick, where they heard
he was.

56 And whithersoever he entered, into
villages, or cities, or country, they laid the
sick in the streets, and besought him that
■■ they might touch, if it were but the border
of his garment: and as many as touched Hhim,
were made whole.

CHAP. VII.

I The Pharisees find fault at the disciples for eating
with unwashen hands. 8 They break the commandment
of God by the traditions ofinen. 14 Meat defileth not
the man. 24 He healeth the Syrophenician woman's
daughter of an unclean spirit, 31 and one that was
deaf, and stammered in his speech.

THEN »• came together unto him the
Pharisees, and certain of the scribes,
which came from Jerusalem.

2 And when they saw some of his disci-
ples eat bread with || defiled (that is to say,
with unwashen) hands, they found fault.

3 For the Pharisees, and all the Jews,
except they wash thvir hands || oft, eat not,
holding the tradition of the elders.

4 And when they come from the market,
except they wash, they eat not. And many
other things there be, which they have re-
ceived to hold, as the washing of cups, and

II pots, and brazen vessels, and || tables.

5 ''Then the Pharisees and scribes asked
him. Why walk not thy disciples according
to the tradition of the elders, but eat bread
with unwashen hands?

6 He answered and said unto them, Well
hath Esaias prophesied of you hypocrites,
as it is written, "This people honoureth me
with their lips, but their heart is far from
me.

7 Howbeit, in vain do they worship me,
teaching /or doctrines the commandments of
men.

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Meat defileih not the man.

8 For laying aside the commandment of
God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the
washing of pots and cups : and many other
such like things ye do.

9 And he said unto them. Full well ye
|] reject the commandment of God, that ye
may keep your own tradition.

10 For Moses said, ^ Honour thy father
and thy mother; and, ® Whoso curseth father
or mother, let him die the death :

11 But ye say, If a man shall say to his
father or mother. It is ''Corban, that is to
«ay, a gift, by whatsoever thou mightest be
profited by me ; he shall be free.

12 And ye suffer him no more to do aught
for his father or his mother ;

13 Making the word of God of none
effect through your tradition, which ye have
delivered : and many such like things do ye.

14 TT^And when he had called all the
people unto him, he said unto them. Heark-
en unto me every one of you, and under-
stand.

15 There is nothing from without a man,
that entering into him, can defile him : but
the things which come out of him, those are
they that defile the man.

16 ''If any man have ears to hear, let him
hear.

17 'And when he was entered into the
house from the people, his disciples asked
him concerning the parable.

18 And he saith unto them. Are ye so
without understanding also ? Do ye not per-
ceive, that whatsoever thing from without
cntereth into the man, it cannot defile him :

19 Because it entereth not into his heart,
but into the belly, and goeth out into the
draught, purging all meats ?

20 And he said. That which cometh out
of the man, that defileth the man.

21 ''For from within,- out of the heart of
men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, forni-
cations, murders,

22 Thefts, fcovetousness, wickedness, de-
ceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy,
pride, fooHshness ;

23 All these evil things come from within,
and defile the man.

24 IT 'And from thence he arose, and went
into the borders of Tyre and Sidon, and eii-
tered into an house, and would have no man
know it : but he could not be hid.

25 For a certain woman, whose young
daughter had an unclean spirit, heard of him,
and came and fell at his feet :

26 (The woman was a || Greek, aSyrophe-
nician by nation,) and she besought him that
he would cast forth the devil out of her
daughter.



S. MARK.



Anno

DOMINI

32.



II Or,
frustrats.



i Exod. W.

12.

Deut 5. 16.

Matt. 15. 4.

e Exod. 21.

17.

Lev. 20. 9.

ProT. 20. 20.

f Matt. 15.
5. &. 23. 18.



h Matt. 11.
15.



i Malt. 15.
15.



It Gen. 6. 5.
& 8. 21.
Matt. 15. 19.



tGr.
covetous-^
nesse3,wick-
ednesses.



1 Matt. 15.
21.



II Or,
QenUle,



Anno
DOMINI

32.



m Matt. 15.
29.



n Matt. 9.

32.

Luke 11. 14.



o ch. 8. 23.
John 9. 6.

Jch. 6. 41.
ohn 11. 4L
tc 17. 1.
q John 11.
33, 38.

r bai. 35. 5,

6.

Matt. 11. 5.



s ch. 5. 43.



a Matt. 15.
32.



b Matt. 15.

34.

Seech. 6.38.



Christ healeth one that was deaf.

27 But Jesus said unto her, Let the chil-
dren first be filled : for it is not meet to take
the children's bread, and to cast it unto the
dogs.

28 And she answered and said unto him,
Yes, Lord : yet the dogs under the table eat
of the children's crumbs.

29 And he said unto her. For this saying,
go thy way ; the devil is gone out of thy
daughter.

30 And when she was come to her house,
she found the devil gone out, and her daugh-
ter laid upon the bed.

31 1[™And again, departing from the coasts
of Tyre and Sidon, he came unto the sea of
Galilee, through the midst of the coasts of
Decapolis.

32 And "they bring unto him one that
was deaf, and had an impediment in his
speech ; and they beseech him to put his
hand upon him.

33 And he took him aside from the mul-
titude, and put his fingers into his ears, and
°he spit, and touched his tongue :

34 And p looking up to heaven, ihe sighed,
and saith unto him, Ephphatha, that is, Be
opened.

35 ■■ And straightway his ears were opened,
and the string of his tongue was loosed, and
he spake plain.

36 And = he charged them that they should
tell no man : but the more he charged them,
so much the more a great deal they publish-
ed it ;

37 And were. beyond measure astonished,
saying, He hath done all things well ; he
maketh both the deaf to hear, and the dumb
to speak.

CHAP. VIIL

1 Christ feedetk the people miraculously : \Q refuseth to
give a sign to the Pharisees : 14 admonisheth his disci-
ples to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, and of the
leaven of Herod : 22 giveth a blind man his sight :
27 acknowledgeth that he is the Christ, who should suf-
fer and rise again : 34 and exhorteth to patience in
persecution for the profession of the gospel.

IN those days ''the multitude being very
great, and having nothing to eat, Jesus
called his disciples unto him, and saith unto
them,

2 I have compassion on the multitude, be-
cause they have now been with me three days,
and have nothing to eat:

3 And if I send them away fasting to their
own houses, they will faint by the way : for
divers of them came from far.

4 And his disciples answered him. From
whence can a man satisfy these men with
bread here in the wilderness?

5 '' And he asked them. How many loaves
have ye? And they said. Seven.

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He feedeth four thousand.

6 And he commanded the people to sit
down on the ground : and he took the seven
loaves, and gave thanks, and brake, and gave
to his disciples to set before tJiem ; and they
did set them before the people.

7 And they had a few small fishes : and
''he blessed, and commanded to set them also
before them.

8 So they did eat, and were filled: and
they took up of the broken meat that was left,
seven baskets.

9 And they that had eaten were about four
thousand: and he sent them away.

-10 IT And '^straightway he entered into a
ship with his disciples, and came into the
parts of Dalmanutha.

11 "And the Pharisees came forth, and
began to question with him, seeking of him
a sign from heaven, tempting him.

12 And he sighed deeply in his spirit, and
saith, Why doth this generation seek after
a sign? Verily I say unto you, There shall
no sign be given unto this generation.

'I' 13 And he left them, and entering into

fthe ship again, departed to the other side.
14 IT ''Now the disciples had forgotten to
take bread, neither had they in the ship with
them more than one loaf.

15 g And he charged them, saying, Take
heed, beware of the leaven of the Pharisees,
and of the leaven of Herod. *
• 16 And they reasoned among themselves,
saying, It is ''because we have no bread.

17 And when Jesus knew it, he saith unto
them, Why reason ye, because ye have no
bread? 'perceive ye not yet, neither under-
stand? have ye your heart yet hardened?

18 Having eyes, see ye not? and having
ears, hear ye not? and do ye not remem-
ber?

19 '^When I brake the five loaves among
five thousand, how many baskets full of frag-
ments took ye up? They say unto him.
Twelve.

20 And 'when the seven among four thou-
sand, how many baskets full of fragments
took ye up? And they said. Seven.

21 And he said unto them, How is it that
L "' ye do not understand ?

H^-i 22 HAnd he cometh to Bethsaida; and
B they bring a blind man unto him, and be-
sought him to touch him.

23 And he took the blind man by the
hand, and led him out of the town; and
when "he had spit on his eyes, and put his
hands upon him, he asked him if he saw
aught.

24 And he looked up, and said, I see men
as trees walking.

25 After that, he put his hands again upon



CHAP. IX.



Anno
DOMINI

32.



c Matt 14.

19,

ch. 6. 41.



d Matt. 15.
39.



e Matt. 13.
38. & 16. 1.
John 6. 30.



r Matt. 18.
5.



? Matt. 16.
Luke 12.1.



Ii Matt. 16.
7.



k Matt. 14.

20.

ch. 6. 43.

Luke 9. 17.

John 6. 13.



1 Matt. 15.
37.
ver, 8.



m ch. 6. 52.
ver. 17.



Anno

DOMINI

32.



o Malt. 8. 4.
ch. 5. 43.



p Matt. 16.

13.

Luke 0. 18.



r Matt. 16.

6.

John 6. 69.

&, 11. 27.

■ Matt. 16.

20.

t Matt. 16.
21. & 17. 22.
Luke 9. 22.



u Matt 10.
:18. & 16. 24.
Luke 9. 23.
& 14. 27.



X John 12.
25.



r Matt. 10.

Liike 9. 26.
& 12. 9.
z See

Rom. 1. 16.
2 Tim. 1. 8.
&:2. 13.



a Matt 16.

28.

Luke 9. 27.



b Matt. 24.
30. & 25. 31.
Luke 22. 18.



He foreshewetk his own death.

his eyes, and made him look up : and he was
restored, and saw every man clearly.

26 And he sent him away to his house,
saying. Neither go into the town, "nor tell it
to any in the town.

27 IT P And Jesus went out, and his dis-
ciples, into the towns of Cesarea Philippi :
and by the way he asked his disciples, saying
unto them, Whom do men say that I am?

28 And they answered, "iJohn the Baptist:
but some say, Elias ; and others, One of the
prophets.

29 And he saith unto them, But whom say
ye that I am? And Peter answereth and saith
unto him, 'Thou art the Christ.

30 = And he charged them that they should
tell no man of him.

31 And .*he began to teach them, that
the Son of man must suffer many things, and
be rejected of the elders, and of the chief
priests, and scribes, and be killed, and after
three days rise again.

32 And he spake that saying openly*
And Peter took him, and began to rebuke
him.

33 But when he had turned about, and
looked on his disciples, he rebuked Peter,
saying. Get thee behind me, Satan : for thou
savourest not the things that be of God, but
the things that be of men.

34 IF And when he had called the people
unto him with his disciples also, he said unto
them, "Whosoever will come after me, let



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