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[He that despiseth small things shall fall
by little and Uttle.— R. V.]

Believe not every tale. 19, IS,

[Trust not every word. — E. V.]

Make little weeping for the dead, for he is
at rest. tB, IL

[Weep more sweetly for the dead, because
he hath found rest— K.V.]

All wickedness is but little to the wicked-
neRB of a woman. tS, 19,

[All malice is but little to the malice of a
woman.— R.V.]

Remember thy end, and let enmity cease.

e8,6,
[Remember thy last end, and cease from
enmiiy. — R.V.]

The stroke of the whip maketh marks in
the flesh ; but the stroke of the tongue
breaketh bones. 28. 17,

[The stroke of a whip maketh a mark in
the flesh; but the stroke of a tongue will
break bones.— B.V.]

Envy and wrath shorten the life. SO, 24»

[ . . . shorten a man's days. — B.y.]

Leave off flrst for manners' sake. SI, 17.

[Be first to leave off for manners* sake. —
E.V.]

Let thy speech be short, comprohending
much in few words. Si, 8.

[Siun up thy speech, many things in few
words.— R.V.J

Leave not a stain in thine honour. 55, it.

[Biingnot . . .— R.V.]

Divinations, and soothsayings, and dreams,
are vain. 34, 6.

With him is no respeet of persons. S6, It,

There is a friend, which is only a friend
in name. S7, 1.

For a man's mind is sometime wont to tell
him more than seven watchmen, that sit
above in an hieh tower. S7, 14-

[For a maxrs soul is sometime wont to
bnng him tidings . . . that sit on high on a
watch-tower. —K. v.]

* Su Bmerson (p. 180).



Honour a physician with the honour due

onto him. S8, L

[Honour aphysiciau according to thy need

Remember the last end. SS, tO.

[Remembering the last end. — E.V.]

Whose talk is of bullocks. S8, i5.

[Whose discourse is of the stock of bulls.
-R.V.]

The noise of the hammer and the anvil is
ever in his ears. S8, i8.

[The noiFe of the hanmier will be ever in
his ear.— R.V.]

Without these [the handicrafts] cannot a
city be inhabited. S8^ S2.

shall not a city be inhabited. —



citv be ]

rV.]*



Better it is to die than to beg. 40, iS,

A good name enduroth for ever. ^i, IS.

[A good name oontinueth for ever. —
R.V.]

A man that hideth his foolishness is better
than a man that hideth his wisdom. 4^, 15,

[Better is a man that hideth his f oolishnesa
than . . .— R.V.]

Let us now praise famous men. 44i ^»

All these were honoured in their genera-
tions, and were the glory of their tintes.

44.7.
[ , . , were a glory in their days.— R.V.]

There be of them, that have left a name
behind them. 44t ^«

Their bodies are buried in peace; but
their name liveth for evermore. 44, ^4-

[Their bodies were buried in peace, And
their name liveth to all generations.— R.Y.]

But we fight for our lives and our laws.

1 Maccabees. 5, il.
It is a foolish thing to make a long pro-
logue, and to be short in the story itself.

2 Maccabees, i. Si.
[ ... to make a long prologue to the

history, and to abridge the history itself. —

B.V.]
It was an holy and good thought. H, 4^»
[Holy and godly was the thought. — R.V.]

Nicanor lay dead in his harness. 15, iS,
[Nicanor lying dead in full armour.—
R.V.]



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6,13.



Rachel weepmg for lier children, and
would not be comforted, because they are
not.

Ooipel aeeordlDg to St Matthew. 5, 18,

[Rachel weeping for her children ; and
she would not be comforted, because they
arc not.— R.V.]

The voice of one crying in the wilderness.
{Al90 Mark, 1,3; Luke, 3, 4 ; John, 1, 23.)

5, S,

And now tiso the axe is laid unto the root
of the trees. 5, 10.

[And eren now is the axe laid . . .— R.y.]
{See Luke, 3, 9.)

Man shall not live by bread alone. {Aho
Luke, 4, 4.) 4, 4.

Blessed are the meek: for they shall
inherit the earth. 5, 5.

Blessed are the pure in heart. 5, 8,

Blessed are the peace-makers. 5, d.

Te are the salt of the earth : but if the
Hilt haye lost his sarour, wherewith shall it
be salted? (S^ Mark. 9, 50; Luke, 14^ 34.)

[ ... its savour, etc.— B.V.]

Te are the light of the world. A city that
LB set on an hill cannot be hid. 5, I^*

[A city set on a hill cannot be hid.—
R.V]

Neither do men light a candle, and put it
under a bushel. {See Mark, 4, 21.) 5, 15,

[Neither do men light a lamp . . . etc. —
B.V.]

Agree with thine adversary quickly,
whiles thou art in the waj with him. 5, z5,

k. . . whiles thou art with him in the way.
.v.]

Till thou hast paid the uttermost farthing.
{See Luke, 12. 69.) 5, tS.

[Till thou have paid the last farthing. —
R.V.]

Let your communication be. Yea, yea;
Nay, nay. 5, 97,

[Let your speech be . .— R.V.]

An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a
tooth. 5, 38,

Whosoever shall smite thee on thy right
cheek, turn to him the other also. {See
Luke, 6, 29.) 5, 89,

[Whosoever smiteth thee on thy right
eheek . . .— B.V.]

Love your enemies. {Se$ Luke, 6u 27.)

6.U.



He maketh his sun to rise on the evil and

on the good. 5, Jfi,

[ ... on the evil and the good.— B.V.]

Take heed that ve do not your alms before
men. to be seen of them. &, i.

[Take heed that ye do not your righteous-
ness before men, to be seen of them.— R.V.]

Let not thy left hand know what thy
right hand doeth. 6, 8,



Use not vain repetitions.



fi,7.



Where moth and rust doth corrupt, and
where thieves break through and steal.

e,19,

[Where moth and rust doth consume . . .
— R.V.]

For where your treasure is, there will
your heart be also. {Sf Luke, 12, 34.)

e,ti.

[For where thy treasure is, there will thy
heart be also.— R.V.]

No man can serve two masters. {See
Luke, 16, 13.) fi, f^

Te cannot serve GK)d and mammon. {Set
Luke, 16, 13.) Ih,

Consider the lilies of the field, how they
grow ; they toil not, neither do they spin :
And yet I say unto you, That even Solomon
in all his gloir was not arrayed like one of
these. {See Luke. 12, 27.) 5, t8 and 29,

[ . . . neither do they i^iu : yet I say. . .
— R.V.]

Take therefore no thought for the mor-
row : for the morrow shall take thought for
the thin^ of itself. Sufficient unto Uie day
LB the evil thereof. 6, 34.

[Be not therefore anxious for the morrow :
for the morrow will be anxious for itself. . .
— R.V.]

Judge not, that ye be not judged. (See
Luke 6, 37.) 7, 1,

Neither cast ye your pearls before swine.

7,6.
(^Neither cast ye your pearls before the
Bwme. — R.V.]

Ask, and it shall be given you ; seek, and
ye shall find ; knock, and it shall be opened
unto you. {See Luke, 11,9.) 7, 7.

What man is there of you, whom if his
son ask bread, will he give him a stone?
{SeeJauke, 11, 11.) 7,9.

[Or what man is there of you, who, if his
son shall ask him for a loaf, will give him a
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Therefore all things whatsoever ye would
that men should do to vou, do ye even so
to them. {See Luke, 6, ^1.)

Gospel according to St Matthew. 7, If,

[All things therefore whatsoever ye would
that men should do unto you, even so do ye
also unto them.— B.V.]

Wide is the gate, and hroad is the wov^
that leadeth to destraction. 7, IS,

Beware of false prophets, which oome to
you in sheep's dotning, but inwardly they
are ravening wolves. 7, iS.

[ . . . but inwardly are ravening wolves.

Ye shall know them by their fruits.* 7, 16.
[By their fruits ye shall know them.—

By their fruits ye shall know them. 7, tO,

A foolish man, which built his house upon
the sand. {See Luke, 6, 49.) 7, t6.

And great waa the fall of it. 7, t7,

[And great was the fall thereof.— R.V.]

I am a man nnder authority, having
soldiers under me : and I say to this man,
Go, and he goeth; and to another, Come,
and he comeu. 8, 0.

[I also am a man under authority, having
under mvself soldiers : and I say to this one,
Oo, andhegoeth , . .— R.V.]

The foxes have holes, and the birds of the
air have nests ; but the Son of man hath not
where to lay his head 8^ W.

[ . . . and the birds of the heaven have
nests . . ,— E.V.]

Follow me ; and let the dead bury their
dead. {See Luke, 9, 60.) 8, tS,

[Follow me ; and leave the dead to bury
their own dead. — ^B.V.]

They that be whole need not a physician,
but they that are sick. 9, li,

[They that are whole have no need of a
physician, but they that are sick.— B.y.]

No man putteth a piece of new cloth unto
an old garment. {See Mark, 3, 21.) P, 16,

[And no man putteth a piece of undrcuBsed
cloth upon an old garment. — B.y.]

Neither do men put new wine into old
tottlea {See Mark, 3, 22.) 9, 17,

[Neither do men put new wine into old
wine-skins.— R. v.]

The maid is not dead, but sleepeth. {See

Mark, 5, 39 ; Luke, 8, 52.) 9, U,

[The damsel is not dead, but sleepeth. —

* " He who 80W8 thorns will not gather grapes
with them."— Arabic Proverb. See also Cicerc :
•• Ut sementem feceria its roetea." (As you do
your sowing, sc shall you reap.)



The harvest truly is plenteous, but the

labourers are few. {See Luke, 10, 2.) 9, S7,

Be ye therefore wise aa serpents, and

harmless aa doves. 10, 16,

Preach je upon the housetops. 10, 27,

[Prochum upon the housetops.— R.V.]

The very hairs of your head are all

numbered. {See Luke, 21, 18.) 10, SO,

A man*B foes shall be they of his own
household. 10, S6.

What went ye out into the wildemess to
see ? A reed shaken with the wind f {See
Luke, 7, 24.) 11, 7,

[ . . . into the wildemeas to behold? —
E.V.]

We have piped unto you, and ye have not
danced. {&fe Luke, 7, 32.) 11, i7.

[We mped unto you, and ye did not
danoe.— B.V.]

Wisdom is justified of her children. {See
Luke^ 7, 35.) 11, 19,

[Wisaom is justified by her works. —
R.V.]

Come unto me, all ye that labour and are
heavy laden. 11, SS,

He that is not with me is against me. {Sre
Mark, 9, 40 ; Luke, 9, 50 ; 11. 23.) 12, SO.

The tree is known by his fruit. {See Luke,

6, 44.) IS, SS,
[ ... its fruit— R. v.]

Out of the abundance of the heart the
mouth speaketh. {See Luke, 6, 45.) if, S4.

By thy words thou shalt be condemned.

/f,57.

Empty, swept, and gamiahed. {See Luke,
11, 25.) IM, U^

The last state of that man \a worse than
the first. {See Luke, 11, 26.) if, 45.

[ . . . beoometh worse tnan the first. —
B.V.]

An enemy hath done this. IS, BS,

When he had found one pearl of great
price. IS, 46,

[Having found . . .— B.V.]

A prophet is not without honour, save in
his own coimtry, and in his own house. (iS^
Mark, 6, 4 ; Luke, 4, 24 ; John, 4, 44.)

IS, 67,

Be of good cheer ; it is I , be not aftaid.
{See Mark, 6, 50 ; John, 6, 20.) I4, f7.

The tradition of the elders. {See Mark,

7, 3.) 15, f .
They be blind leaders of the blind. And

if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall

into the ditch. {See Luke 6, 39.) 15, I4,

(They are blind guides. And if the blind

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The dogs eat of the crnmhe which fall
from their masters' table. (iSm Mark, 7, 28^

Gospel Aooordin^ to SI. Matthew. 15, f/.

Can ye not discern the signs of the times ?

16,3.

[Ye cannot discern the signs of the times.
-B.V.]

Get thee behind me, Satan. (Se& Mark,
8, 33.) 16, tS,

For what is a man profited, if he shall
gain the whole world, and lose his own soul ?
{Sfif Mark, 8, 36 ; Luke, 9, 25.) 16, £6,

[For what shall a man be profited, if he
shall gain the whole world, and forfeit his
own soul P— B. v.]

Lord, it is good for us to be here. (Ses
Bfark, 9,5; Luke, 9, 33.) 17,4,



Pay me that thou owes!
[Pay what thou owest.— B.V.]



18,28.



And they twain shall be one flesh. (Sts
Bfark, 10, 8.) 19, 5.

[And the twain shall become one flesh. —
R.V.]

What therefore God hath Joined together,
let not man put asunder. {See Mark, 10, 9.)

19,6.

It is easier for a camel to gO through the
eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter
into the kingdom of Gk>d. (See Mark, 10,
25.J 19, £4.

[It is easier for a camel to go through a
needless eye . . , — ^R.V,]

But many that are flrst shall be last ; and
the last shall be first {See Mark, 10, 31 ;
Luke, 13, 30.) 19, SO,

[But many shall be last that are first ; and
first that are hist.— B.Y.]

Why stand ye here all the day idle ?

to, 6.

Equal unto us, which have borne the
buroen and heat of the day. tO, 12.

[ . . . the burden of the day and the
scorching heat.— B.V.]

Is it not lawful for me to do what I will
with mine own P Is thine eye evil, because
lamgoodP £0,15.

[ . . . mine own P or is thine eye eyil . . .

My house shall be called the house of
prayer ; but ye hare made it a den of thieves.
{See Mark, 11, 17 ; Luke, 19, 46.) 21, 13.

[My house shall be called a house of
prayer : but ye make it a den of robbers. —



Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings
thou hast perfected praise. 21, 16.



A man which had not on a wedding
garment. 22, 11.

Cast him into outer darkness : there shall
be weeping and gnashing of teeth. 22, 13.

[Cast him out into the outer darkness ;
there shall be the weeping and gnashing of
teeth.— B.V.]

For many are called, but few are chosen.

22,14.
[For many are called, but few chosen. —
B.V.]

Whose is this image and superscription?
{See Mark, 12, 16 ; Luke, 20, 24.) 22, 20.

Bender therefore unto Caesar the things
which are Csesar's; and unto God the
things that are God*s. {See Mark, 12, 17 ;
Luke, 20, 25.) 22, 21.

[ . . . CsBsar the things that are Csssar^s,
. . . .— B.V.]

And last of all the woman died also. {See
Mark, 12, 22 ; Luke, 20, 32.) 22, 27.

[And after them all the woman died. —
B.V.]

But all their works they do for to be seen
of men : they make broad their phylacteries,
and enlarge the borders of their garments.
And love the uppermost rooms at feasts, and
the chief seats in the synagogues. And
greetings in the markets, and to hd called of
men, &bbi, Babbi. Bat be not ye called
Babbi : for one is your Master, eyen Christ ;
and all ye are bretnren. (See Mark, 12, 38 ;
Luke, 11, 43.) «.f, 5 to 8.

(^ ... for they make broad their phylac-
tenes . . . and love the chief place at
feasts, and the chief seats in the synagogues,
and l^e salutations in the market places,
and to be called of men, Babbi. But oe not
ye called Babbi; for one is your teacher,
and all ye are brethren.— B.y.]

And whosoever shall exalt himself shall
be abased ; and he that shall humble him-
self shall be exalted. {See Luke, 14, 11.)

S3, 12.

[ . . . shall be humbled ; and whosoever
shall humble himself shall be exalted. —
B.V.]

Ye pay tithe of mint and anise and
cummin, and have omitted the weightier
matters of the law, judgment mercy, and
faith. {See Luke 11, 42.) '23, 23.

fYe tithe mint and anise and cummin,
and have left undone the weightier matters
of the law, judgement, and mercy, and faith.
— B.V.]

Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat,
and swallow a camel 23, 24.

[Ye blind guides, which strain out the
gnat, and swsiUow tne camel.— B.y.]



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Ye are like unto whited sepulchres, which
indeed appear beautiful outward, but are
within full of dead men's bones, and of all
uncleannees.
Oospel According to 8t Matthew. tS, 27,
[ . . . which outwardly appear beautiful,
but inwardly are full of dead men*s bones,
and of all uncleannees.— B.Y.]

Wars and rumours of wars. f^, 6,

The end is not yet. lb.

For wheresoever the carcase is, there will
the eagles be gathered together. (Ses Luke,
17,37j t4,t8.

Well done, thou good and faithful servant.

[Well done, good and faithful servant.—
R.V.]

Heaping where thou hast not sown, and
gathenng where thou hast not strawed.
(5«fLuke, 19,21.) i5, £4-

[Reaping where thou didst not tow, and
gathering where thou didst not scatter.—
E,V.]

For unto everyone that hath shall be
given. (&« Mark, 4, 25.) £5, B9,

I was a stranger, and ye took me in.

To what purpose is this waste P 26, 8.

Watch and pray, that ye enter not into
temptation : the spirit indeed is willing, but
the flesh is weak. (See Mark, 13, 33 ; 14, 38 ;
Luke, 22, 40, 46.) t6, 4I.

His blood be on us, and <m our children.

27, £5.

So the last error shall be worse than the
first. f7, 64,

[And the last error will be worse than the
first.— B.V.]

Behold, I send my messenger before tht
face. {See Luke, 7, 27.)

Gospel according to 81. Mark. 1,2,

The sabbath was made for man, and not
man for the sabbath. 2, 27.

And if a house be divided against itself,
that house cannot stand. (See Luke, 11, 17.)

J, 25,
[ . . . will not be ablo to stand.— B.Y.]

He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.

4,9.

[Who hath ears to hear, let him hear. —
R.V.]

My name is Legion: for we are many.
{See Luke, 8, 30.) 5, 9,

And had suffered many thixigs of many
physicians, and had s}>ent all that she had,
and was nothing bettered, but rather grew
worae. f, gs.



Where their worm dieth not, and the fire
is not quenched. 9, 44^*

Suffer the little children to come unto me,
and forbid them not: for of such is the
kingdom of Qod. {See Matt, 19, 13 ; Luke,
18,15.) 10,14,

[Suffer the little children to oome unto me ;
forbid them not : for of such . . . — B. Y.]

Which devour widows' houses, and for a
pretence make long prayers. {See Matt.,
53, 14.) 12, 40.

And shall shew signs and wonders, to
seduce, if it were possible, even the elect.
{See Matt., 24, 24.) 13, 22,

[And shall shew a^DM and wonders, that
they may lead astray, if possible, the elect —
B.V.]

For ye have the poor with you always.
{See Matt.. 26, 11 ; John, 12, 8.) I4, 7.

\FoT ye have the poor always with you. —

To give light to them that sit in darkness
and in the shadow of death, to guide our
feet into the way of peace.

Gospel according to St. Luke. 1, 79.

[To shine upon them that sit in darlmess
ana the shadow of death ; To guide our feet
into the way of peace. — B.Y.]

On earth peace, good will towards men.

t,14.
[And on earth peace among men in whom
he ia well pleaaed. — B.Y.]

Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart
in peace, according to thy word. 2, 29,

[Now lettest thou thy servant depart, O
Lord. According to thy word, in peace. —
B.V.]

And Jesus increased in wisdom and
stature. 2, 52.

[And Jesus advanced in wisdom and
stature.- B.Y.]

Be content with your wages. 5, I4,

Physician, heal thyself.f ^, 23,

Woe unto you, when all men shall speak
well of you ! 6, 26,

When ye go out of that city, shake off
the very dust from your feet for a testimony
against them. 9, 6.

[When ye depart from that dty, shake off
the dust from your feet . . .— B. v.]

The labourer is worthy of his hire. 10, 7.

And fell among thieves. 10, 30,

[And fell among robbers. — ^B. Y.]

He passed by on the other side. 10, 31,

Qo, and do thou likewise. 10, ST,

• AUo TV. 40 and 48.
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But one thing is ceedful : and Mary hath
chosen that gwA part, which ihall not be
taken away m>m her.

Ooipel aceordlng to St Luke. 10, 4^.

[ ... for Mary hath chosen the good
part— B.V.]

He that b not with me is against me.

11, ts.

Woe unto you, lawyers ! for ye have
taken away the key of knowledge. 11, 6t,

[ ... for ye took away the key of know-
ledge.— R.V.]

Take thine ease, eat, drink, and be merry.

12,19.
Let your loins be girded about, and your
lights burning. //, 35.

[ . . . your lamps bumixig.— R.V.]

Friend, go up higher. 14, 10.

I have married a wife, and therefore I
cannot oome. 14, tO.

Wasted his substance with riotous liriug.

i5,i3.
The husks that the swine did eat. 15, 16.

And bring hither the fatted calf, and kill
it. 15, tS.

[And bring the fatted calf . . .— R.V.]

The children of this world are In their
generation wiser than the children of light

16,8.

[The sons of this world are for their own
generation wiser than the sons of light. —
K.V.]

Make to yourselves friends of the mammon
of unrighteousness. 16, 9.

[Make to yourselves friends by means of
the mammon of unrighteousness. — B.y.]

Between us and you there is a great gulf
fixed : so that they which would pass from
hence to you cannot ; neither can th^ pass
to us, that would oome from thence. 16, £6.

[ . . . a great gulf fixed, that they which
would pass from hence to you may not be
able, and that none may cross over from
thence to us. — B.V.]

It were better for him that a millstone
were hanged about his neck, and he cast
into the sea, than that he should offend one
of these Uttle ones. 17, t.

[It were well for him if a millstone were
banged about his neck, and he were thrown
into the sea, rather than that he should
cause one of these little ones to stumble. —
RV.]

We are unprofitable servants: we have
done that which was our duty to do. 17, 10.

[ . . . which it was our duty to do. —
R.V.]

Remember Lot*8 wife. 27, Si.



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Men ought always to pray, and not to
faint. 18, 1.

[They ought always , . .— RV.]

How hardly shall they that have riches
enter into the kingdom of God ! {Sae Mark,
10, 24.) 18, 24.

Out of thine own mouth will I judge thee.

10, ts.
If these should hold their peace, the stones
will immediatelv erv out 19, 40.

[If these shall hold their peace, the stones
1 cry out— R.V.]

In your patience possess ye your souls.
Qn your patience ye shall win your souls.

Nevertheless not my will, but thine, be
done. tt, 4^.

If they do these things in a green tree,
what shall be done in the diy ? fS, 31,

[ ... the green tree . . .— B.V.]

Father, forgive them ; for they know not
what they do. tS, 34.

Father, into thy hands I commend mv
spirit. 23, 40.

Why seek ye the living among the dead ?

24, 5.

And their words seemed to them as idle

jtales. 24, 11,

He came unto his own, and his own re-
ceived him not.

Gospel aeeordlng to St John. 1, 11.

[He came unto his own, and they that
were his own received him not— B. v .]

Whose shoe*s latchet I am not worthy to
unloose. 1, 27.

[The latchet of whose shoe I am not
worthy to unloose.— B.V.]

Can there any good thing come out of
Nazareth? 1,46.

[Can any good thing . . . — B.y.]

Behold an Israelite indeed, in whom is no
guUe! 1,47.

The zeal of thine house hath eaten me up.



3 up.



[The zeal of thine house shall eat me up. —
B.V.]
The wind bloweth where it Usteth. 3, 8.

Men loved darkness rather than light,
because their deeds were evil. 3, 19.

Men loved the darkness rather than the



[Me
light;



for their works were eviL— B.V.]



He must increase, but I must decrease.

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God is a Spirit: and thej that worship
him must worship him in spirit and in
truth. Gospel according to St John. 4, $4,

r . . . must worship in spirit and truth. —
R. v.]

White already to harvest. ^ S5.

[ . . . unto harveat— R.V.]

Passed from death unto life. 5, f^.

[Passed out of death into life.— R.V.]
He was a burning and a shining light.

5f 35,
[He was the lamp that bumeth and
shmeth.— R.V.]
Search the scriptures. 5, 59.

[Ye search the scriptures.— R.V.]

What are they among so many ? 6.9.
[What are these among so many ? — R. v.]

Gather up the fragments that remain,
that nothing be lost. fi, Ig.

[Gather up the broken pieces which re-
main over, that nothing be lost.— R.V.]

It is the spirit that quickeneth. 6, 6S,

Judge not according to the appearance.

[ . . . according to appearance.— R.y.]

He that is without sin among you, let
him first cast a stone at her. ^, 7

Tbe truth shall make you free. 8^ 32,
He is a liar, and the father of it. 8^ 44.
[ . . . and the father thereof.— R. v.]

The night cometh, when no man can
work. 9^ 4,

And other sheep I have, which are not of
this fold. 20, 16.

For the poor always ye have with you. (See

also Matt., 26, 11 ; Mark, 14, 7.) if, 8.

[For the jKwr ye have always with you. —

Walk while ye have the light. if, 35.

For they loved the praise of men more
than the praise of God. if, 43.

[For they loved the glory of men more
than the glory of God.-5l. V.]

By this shall all men know that ye are
my disciples, if ye have love one to another.

13, 35.
Let not your heart be troubled. Lf, 1,

In my Father's house are many mansions.

14,2.
Greater love hath no man than this, that
a man lay down his life for his friends.

15. 13.
They hated me without a cause. 15, t5,

I have yet many things to say unto you,



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