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came into his own City. 2. And behold, they brought to him a man fick of the palfie, lying on a bed: And Jesus seeing their faith, faid unto the fick of the palfie, Son, be of good cheer, i thy • fins be forgiven thee. 3. And behold, certain of the 'scribes faid within themselves. This man p blasphemeth. 4. And Jesus (4) knowing their a thoughts, faid, Wherefore think ye

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See Deut. s. 25. Now taken with a Pallie: and they therefore why Mould we die? for foughr' means to bring him in, and this great fire will consume us. If to lay him before him. we hear the Voice of the Lord our n Ver. 22. Mat. 8. 10. Verily I God any more, then we shall die. s say unto you, I have not found so 71 Kings 17. 18. And the said great Faith, no not in Israel. unto Elijah, what have I to doo Joh. 5. 14. Behold, thou art with thee, O thou man of God? made whole : fin no more, left a Art thou come unto me to call my worse thing come ušto thee. fin to remembrance, and to slay 10 Cor. 11. 30. For this cause many my Son ? Job 21. 14. They fay are weak and sickly among you, unto God, Depart from us, for we and many sleep. Jam. §. 15. --IÉ desire not the knowledge of thy he [the lick] have committed fins, ways. t Luk. 5. 8. When Simon they shall be forgiven him. Peter saw it, he fell down at Jesus is P If. 43. 25. I, even I am he knees, saying, Depart from me, for that blotreth our thy transgressions I am a sinful man, O Lord. † Act. for mine own fake, and will not 16. 39. And they came and be remember thy fins. Sought them, and brought them 9 Joh. 2. 24, 25. He knew all out, and desired them to depart out 20 men, and needed not that any

Thould testifie of man; for he knewa .:: Mat. 4. 13. And leaving what was in man. Joh. 21. 17. Nazareth, he came and dwelt in -Lord, thou knomet all things, Capernaum, which is upon the sea thou knowelt that I love thee. 2 ccast, in the borders of Zabulon 25 Chron. 6. 30. Hear thou from

heaven thy dwelling place, and forin * Mar. 2. 3. And they come give, and render unto every man unto him bringing one fick of the according to all his ways, whofe Polậe, which was born of four. heart thou knowit, (for thou only

Luk. s. 18. And behold, men zo knoweff the hearts of the Children bronght in a bed, a man which was of Men.) (4) From the following Texts it appears, that our Lord knew the Thoughts of Men, Nat. 12. 15, 25. Mar. 2. 8. Luk. 5. 22. Luk. 6. 8. Luk. 9. 47. Luk. 11. 17. Joh. 6. 61, 64.

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sinners came and sat down with him and his disci;
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difciples, Why eateth your master with publicans :
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* Pf. 103. 5. Bless the Lord, o own house : and there was a grea my Soul : and all that is within company of publicans, and of me, bless his holy name. Who thers that fat down with them. forgiveth all thine iniquities : who • Mat. 13. 19. The Son of Man healeth all thy Diseases.

5 came tating and drinking, and they Mar. 2.14. As he passed by, say, Behold, a man gluttonous,and he saw Levi the son of Alpheus site a Wine-bibber, a friend of publiting at the receit of Custom, and cans and sinners: bur Wisdom is said unto him, follow me. And he justified of her Children. Luk. 15. arose and followed him. Luk. s. to 2. The Pharisees and Scribes mure 27. And after these things, he mured, saying, This man receiveth went forth, and saw a publican na finners, and eateth with them. med Levi, sitting at the receit of Gal. 2. 15. We who are Jews Custom, and he said unto him, fol. by nature, and not finners of the

15 Gentiles. 1 Cor. 6. u. Such were some 8 Luk. 18. 11. The Pharisee of you:. but ye are washed, but ye stood and prayed thus with him. are fan&tified, but ye are justified felf; God, I thank thee, that I am in the name of the Lord Jesus, and not as other men are, extortioners, by the Spirit of our God. 20 unjust, adulterers, or even as this

: Mar. 2. .15. And it came to publican. pass, as Jesussat at meat in his house, h. Luk. 19. 10. The Son of man many publicans and finners fat also is come to feek, and save chać together with Jesus and his Disci which is lost. Rom. 5. 24

0 ples; for there were many, and chey 25 wretched man thar I am, who shall followed him. :: Luk. 5. 29. And deliver me from the body of this Levi made him a greaç Feast in his death.

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, Why do we and the Pharifees in faft ott, but thy disciples faft not. 15: And Jesus said unto them, Can the children of the = bride-chamber mourn, as long as the bridegroom is with them? but the days will come when the bridegroom shall be taken from thein, and othen hall they faft. 16. No man putteth a piece of p* new

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faithful saying, and worthy of all and not facrifice; and the know- acceptation, that Jesus Christ came ledge of God, more than burnt into the World to save Sinners. offerings. 1 Sam. 15. 22. Hath the Mar. 2. 18. And the disci: Lord as great delight in burnt-offer- s ples of John, and of the Pharisee's ings and Secrifices, as in obeying the ufed to faft; and they come and Voice of the Lord :, Behold, to be

say unto him, Why do the Discibey is better than Sacrifice, and to ples of John, and the Pharisees hearken, than the fat of rams. t fast, but thy difciples faft not ? Mich. 6.6, 7, 8. Wherewith shalí to'* Luk. 5. 33. And they said unco 1

come before the Lord, and bow him, Why do the disciples of John my self before the high God? fast often, and make prayers; and shall I come before him with burnt likewise the disciples of the Phariferings, with Calues of a year old ?

sees; but thine eat and drink? : Will the Lord be. pleased with's

n t Joh. 3. 29. He that hath thousands of Rams, or with ten the Bride, is the Bridegroom: buc thousands of Rivers of Oil ? Phall I the friend of the Bridegroom which give my first born for my trans ftandeth and heareth him, rejoiceth greflion, the fruit of my body for greatly because of the Bridegrooms the fin of my Soul ?

He hath 20 Voice: This my joy therefore is skewed thee, Ó man, what is good;

fulfilled. and what doth the Lord require of

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, but to do juftly, and to love to the Lord and faftid. --- Acts 14. mercy, and to walk humbly with chy

23. When they had ordained thenz God. * Mat. 19. 7. If ye had 25 Elders in every Church, and had known what this meaneth, I will

prayed with fasting, they recome kave mercy and not facrifice, ye

mended them to the Lord. 2 Cor. would not have condemned the 6.5. -In watchings, in fastings,

P Gen 33. 14. I will lead on Luk. 15.7. -Joy fhall be in 30 fofcly, according as the Cattle that Sinner that repent.

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14 These Words do not imply, that God did not command Sacrisces, bag the Meaning is, that he preferr'a Mercy, and such like moral Duties, before Sacrifices. So Salomon tells us, Prov. 21. 3. Te de bestice and Julien mens, is more accept able to the Lord thar Sacrifice.

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cloth [Or, ram, or, unwrought cloth] unto an old garm that which is put in to fill it up, taketh from ment, and the rent is made worse. 17. Neither put new wine into old (5) bottles: else the bottle and the wine runneth out, and the bottles perithey put new. wine into new bottles, and both served. 18. | While he fpake these things unto behold there came a certain - raler and worshipp laying, My daughter is even now dead: but СО lay thy hand upon her, and the shall live.

19. An arose, and followed him, and so did his disciples. (And behold, a woman which was diseafed with an of blood twelve years, came behind him; and touch hem of his garmerit. 21. For the said within he If I may but į touch his garment, i fall bé 22. But Jesus turned him about, and when he saw he faid; Daughter, be of good comfort ; thy d faith made thee whole. And the woman was made whole that hour.) 23. And when Jesus came into the house, and saw the { minstrels and the people maki

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† Luk. 7. 5o. _| Luk. 17. neithér yet are ye able.

+Luk. 8. 48. Thy Faith hath n Mar. 5. 22.

And behold, 5 the whole; go in peace. ti there cometh one of the Rulers of 18. 42. Receive thy light: the Synagoue, Jairus by name, and Faith' hath saved thee. A&ts 14 when he saw him, he fell at his Perceiving that he had Faith to feet. * Luk. 8. 41. And behold, healed. there came a man named Jairus, 1o e Mar. s. 35. While he s and he was a Ruler of the Syna. spake, there came fronti the Rul gogue: and he fell down at Jelus of the Synagogues house, certa feet, and besought him that he which said, Thy daughter is dear would come into his house.

why troublest chou the Master ar b + Mar. s. 25. And a certain 15 further. :: Luk. 8. 51. And whe woman which had an issue of blood he came into the house, he suffere twelve years. t Luk. 8. 43. And no man to go in, save Peter, anı a woman having an issue of blood James, and John, and the Father twelve years, which had spent all and the Mother of the Maiden. her living upon physicians, neither 20 f.: 2 Chron. 35. 25. And Jeri. could be healed of any.

miah lamented for Josiah, and all . Mat. 14. 36. That they might the singing meri and linging-women only touch his garment and as

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in all that country.

with a devil, blind and dumb, and he healed him, insomuch that the thou sayeft, If a man keep my fay. blind and dumb both spake and saw.20 ing he shall never taste of death. was gone out, the dumb fpake; and

the people wondered.

noise, 24. He said unto them, Give place, for the maid is not dead, but sleepeth. And they laughed him to toorn. 25. But when the people were put forth, he went in, and took her by the hand, and the maid arose. 26. And * the fame hereof [Or, this fame] went abroad into all that land. 27. And when Jesus departed thence, two blind men followed liim, crying, and taying, Thou son or David, have mercy on us.

28. And when he was come into the house, the blind men came to him: and Jesus

faith unto them, h Believe ye that I am able to do this? | They said unto him, Yea, Lord.

29. Then touched he their

eyes, saying, According to your faith, be it unto you. 30. And their eyes were opened, and Jesus straitly charged them, saying, i See that no man know it. they, when they were departed, * spread abroad his fame

32. As they went out, behold, they brought to him a 'dumb man possessed with a de

vil 33. And when the devil was cast out, the dumb & fpake: and the multitudes marvelled, saying, It was nie

ver fo seen in Israel. 34. But the pharisees said, He cafeth out the m devils through the prince of the de

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When the Pha: oleons to this day.

risees heard it, they said, This fellow st A&. 10. 10. And Paul went

doth not cast out Devils, but by s down, and fell on him, and embra

Beelzebub the prince of the Devils. cing him, faid, Trouble not your s

Mar. 3. 22. And the Scribes felves, for Life is in him.

which came down from Jerusalem, Mat. 13. 58. He did not many.

faid, he hath Beelzebub, and by the mighty Works there, because of prince of the Devils casteth he cut

See the Note on Mat. 8. 4. 10 of them faid, He castech out Devils 1, Mar. 7. 36. And he charg: through Beelzebub the chief of the ed them that they should tell no

Devils. Joh. 7. 20. -Thou hast a them, so much the more a great

he charged

Devil ? who goeth about to kill

thee? Joh. 8. 48, 52. -Say we

is not well that thou art a Samaritan, 't See Mat. 12.22. Then was

and hast a Devil. -Now we know brought unto him one possessed

that thou hast a Devil. Abrahain

is dead, and the Prophets; and "Luk. 11. 14. And he was casting

Joh.10.20. --He hath'a Devil, and out a Devil, and it was dumb. And

is mad ; why hear ye him? Ads pass, when the Devil 26. 24. Festus faid -Paul, thou art beside thy self: much learning

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