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Feavest the seven locks of my great, and they had emerods in, angwered and said unto the man head with the web. And she their secret parts. Therefore of God, Entreat now the face of fastened it with the pin, and said they sent the ark of God to the LORD thy God, and pray for unto him, The Philistines be upon Ekron. And it came to pass, as me, that my hand may be restorthee, Samson. And he awaked the ark of God came to Ekron, ed me again. And the man of out of his sleep, and went away that the Ekronites cried out, say. God besought the LORD, and the with the pin of the beam, and ing, They have brought about king's land was restored him with the web.

the ark of the God of Israel to us, agiin, and became as it was

to slay us and our people. So before. CARRYING THE GATES OF GAZA. they sent and gathered together

IN CONNECTION WITH Judges xvi, 1-3. Then went all the lorils of the Philistines. Samson to Gaza, and saw there an and said, Send away the ark of

ELIJAH. harlot, and went in unto her. And tho God of Israel, and let it go

DROUGHT CAUSED. it was told the Gazites, saying, again to his own place, that it

1 Kings xvii, 1. And Elijah tho Samsın is come hither. And they slay ug not, and our people: for

Tishbite, who 10/18 of the inhabicompassed him in, and laid wait there was a deadly destruction

tants of Gileal, said unto Ahab, for him all night in the gate of the throughout all the city; the hand

As the LORD God of Israel liveth, city, and were quiet all the night, of God was very heavy there.

before whom I stand, there shall saying, In the morning, when it

not be dew nor rain these years. is day, we shall kill him. And

Upon Uzzaz.

but according to my word. Samson lay till midnight, and 2 Sam. vi, 7. And the anger of

James v, 17. Elias was a man arose at midnight and took the the LORD was kindled against doors of the gate of the city, and Uzzal; and God smote hin there subject to like passions as we are, the tiro posts, and went away for his error; and there he died might not rain: and it rained not

and ho praved earnestly that it with them, bar and all, and put by the ark of God.

on the earth by the space of three them upon his shoulders, and carried them up to the top of an UPON THE MEX or BETHSHEMESH. years and six inonths. hill, that is before Hebron.

1 Sam. vi 19. And he smote the

MEAL AND OIL MULTIPLIED. men of Bethshemesli, becausethey DESTRUCTION OF Dagon's had looked into the ark of the

1 Kings xvii, 14, 15. For thos TEMPLE. Lord, even he smote of the people barrel of meal shall not waste,

saith the LORD God of Israel, The Judges xvi, 29, 30. And Samson Arty thousand and threescore and neither shall the cruse of oll fail, took liold of the two middle pil-ten men. And the people la

until the day that the LORD sendlars upon which the house stood; mented, because the LORD hail and on which it was borno up, of smitten many of the people with

eth rain pou the earth. And she the one with his right hand, and a great slaughter.

went and did according to the of tho other with his left. And

saying of Elijah: and she, and he,

and her house, did eat many Samson said, Let me die with the

IN CONNECTION WITH Philistines. And he bored him

days.

DAVID AND SOLOMON. Belf with all his miglat; and the

THE PROPHET FED BY RAVENS. house fell upon the loris, and 1 Chron. xxi, 26. And David built

1 Kings xvii, 6. And the ravens upon all the people that were there an altar unto the LORD, and brought him breal and flesh in therein: so the dead which he off red burnt offerings and peace the

morning, and bread and slew at his death were more than offerings, and called upon the flesh in the evening; and he drank they which he slew in his life.

LORD; and he answered him from of the brook.

heaven by fire upon the altar of THE OVERTHROW OF burnt offering.

A CHILD RESTORED TO LIFE. DAGON 2 Chron. vii, 1. Now, when

1 Kings xvii, 19-23. And he 1 Sam. v, 4. And when they Solomon, had made an end of said unto her, "Give me thy son. aruse early on the morrow moro. praying, the fire came down from

And he took him ont of her ing, behold, Digon

leaven, and consumed the burnt. was fallen

besom, and carried him up into a upon his face to the ground before

offering and the sacrifices; and the lost, where he abode, and laid the ark of the Lord; and the head glory of the LORD filled the house him upon his own bed. And he of Dagon and both the palms of

cried unto the Lord, and sald, o his hands were cut off upon the

IN CONNECTION WITH

LORD my God, hast thou also threshold; only the stump of

JEROBOAM.

brought evil upon the widow Dugon was left to him.

1 Kings xili, 3-6. And he gave with whom I sojourn, by slaying a sign the same day, saying, This her son? And lie stretched him

is the sign which the LORD hath self upon this child three times, IN BOOKS OF SAMUEL.

spoken; Behold, the altar shall be and cried unto the Lord, and

rent, and the ashes that are upon said, O LORD my God, I pray thee, THUNDER STORM IN HARVEST.

it shall be poured out. And it let the child's soul como into him 1 Sam. xil, 18. So Samuel called anto the LORD; and the LORD sent boam lieard the saying of the man came to pags, when king Jero. again. And the LORD heard the

volce of Elijale; and the soul of tliunder and rain that day: and all the people greatly feared the

of God, which had cried aguinst the child came into him again,

the altar in Beth-el, that he put and he revived. And Elijah took LORD and Samuel.

forth his land from the aliar, the child, and brought hiin down INFLICTION OF DISEASE UPON THE

saying, Lay hold on him. And out of the chamber iuto the house,

his band, which lie put forth and delivered him unto his PHILISTINES

against him, dried up, so that he mother: and Elijalı said, See, thy 1 Sam. v,9-11. And it was 80 could not pull it in again to him. son liveth. that, after they had carried it To altar also was reut, and the ab uut, the hand of the Lord was isties poured out from the altar,

SACRIFICE CONSUMED BY FIRE. against the city with a very great according to the sign which the 1 Kings xviii, 33--38. And he destruction: and he smote the man of God hud given by the put the wood in order, and cut men of the city, both small and Word of the LORD. And the king 'the bullock in pieces, and laid him on the wool, and said, Fill hold, I pray thee, the situation of pottage, that they caled ont, and four barrels with water, and pour this city is pleasant, as my lord said, I thou man of God, Ihre : it on the burnt-sacrifice, and on seeth: but the water is naught, death in the pot. And they the wood. And he said, Do it and the ground barren. And he could not eat thereof. But be the second time:i and they did it said, Bring me a new cruse, and said, Then bring meal: and Le the second time. And he said, put galt therein: and they brought cast it into the pot; and he sait, Do it the third time: and they did it to him. And he went forth Pour ont for the people, that they it the third time. And the water unto the spring of the waters, and may eat. And tiere Was Du har ran round about the altar; and he cast the salt in there, and said, in the pot. And there came 3 filled the trench also with water. Thug saith the LORD, I have man from Baal-shalisba, & And it came to pass, at the time of healed these waters; there shall brought the man of God bread a the offering of the evening sacri- not be from thence any more the first-fruits, twenty leaves on fice, that Elijah the prophet came death or barren land. So the barley, and full ears of corn in the near, and said, LORD God of waters were healed unto this husk thereof. And be said, GITA Abraham, Isaac, and of Israel, let day, according to the saying of unto the people, that they us it be known this day that thou Elisha which he spake.

eat. And his

servitor Baji, art God in Israel, and that I am

What should I set this before a thy servant, and that I have done CHILDREN TORN BY BEARS. hundred men? He said again, all these things at thy word, 2 Kings ii, 24, And he turned Give the people, that they may Hear me, O Lord, hear me; that back, and looked on them, and eat: for thus saith the LORD, They this people may know that thou cursed them in the name of the shall eat, and shall leave turned art the LORD God, and that thou LORD. And there care forth So he set it before them, and they hast turned their heart back

two she-bears out of the wood, did eat, and left theraj, according again. Then the fire of the LORD and fare forty and two children of to the word of the Load. fell, and consumed the burnt- them. sacrifice, and the wood, and the

CHILD RESTORED TO LITE.

OIL MULTIPLIED. stones, and the dust, and licked

2 Kings iv, 32-35. And wher up the water that was in the

2 Kings iv, 1.-6. Now there

Elisha was come into the house trench.

cried a certain woman of the behold, the child was dead, aset

wives of the sons of the prophets laid upon bis bed. He went a MEN DESTROYED BY FIRE.

unto Elisha, saying. Thy servant therefore, and shu: the door upan 2 Kings i, 10, 12. And Elijah kuowest that thy servant did fear Lord. And he went up, ani tay

my husband is dead; and thou them twain, and prayed unto te answered and said to the captain the LORD: and the creditor is of fifty, If I be a man of God, then

him my two

upon the child, and put his mouth let fire come down from heaven, sons to be bond-inen. And Elisha upon his mouth, and his eyes up and consumo thee and thy Arty: said unto her, What shall I do for hands; and he stretcbed hinzi

his eyes, and his hands upon bis And there came down fire from

thee? tell me, what hast thou in heaven, and consumed him and

the house? his fifty. And Elijah answered handmaid hath not any thing in

And she said, Thine upon the child, and the Asbd

the child waxed warm. Then be and said unto them, If I be a man of God, let fire come down from he said, Go, borrow thee vessels the house, save a pot of oil. Then returned, and walked in the bc use

to and fro; and went up, and heaven, and consume thee and

stretched himself upon him: 80! thy dity. And the fire of God abroad of all thy neighbours, eren the child sneezed seven times, asi

empty vessels, borrow not a few.
came down from beaven, and
consumed him and his fitty.

And when thou art come in, thon the child opened his eyes.
shalt shut the door upon thee and
upon thy sons, and shalt pour out

NAAMAN HEALED.
RAIN BROUGHT.

into all those vessels, and thou 2 Kings V, 10, 14. And Elisha James v, 18. And he prayed shalt se: aside that which is full, sent a messenger unto him, sa again, and the heaven gave rain, So she went from him, and shut ing. Go and wash in Jordan FEU and the earth brought forth her the door upon her and upon her times, and thy flesh shall c. fruit.

sons, who brought the vessels to again to thee, and thou shall be

her; and she poured out. And it clean. Then went be down, an Watens OF JORDAN Divided. came to pass, when the vessels dipped himself seven times » 2 Kings ii, 8. And Elijah took were full, that she said unto her Jordan, according to the sayisi his mantle, and wrapt it iogether, son, Bring me yet a vessel. And of the man of God: and bis desk and smote the waters, and they he said unto her, There is not a came again like unto the flesha were divided hither and thither, vessel more. And the oil stayed. little child, and he was clean. so that they two went over on dry ground.

GEHAZI STRUCK WITH LEPEOST THE DEARTII.

2 Kings V, 27. The lepros IN CONNECTION WITII 2 Kings iv, 38-44. And Elisha therefore of Naaman shall cleane ELISHA.

came again to Gilgal: and there unto thee, and unto thy set it WATERS OF JORDAN DIVIDED.

was a dearth in the land; and the ever. And he went out from Ls

sons of the prophets were sitting presence a leper us white as seue. 2 Kings il, 14. And he took the before him: and he said unto his mantlo of Elijah that fell from servant, Set on the great pot, and him, and smote the waters, and seethe poltage for the sons of the

IROX CAUSED TO SWIX. said, Where is the LORD God of prophets.

2 Kings vi, 6. And the man el Eliján? and when he also had into the field to gather herbs, and shewed him the place. And la

And one went out God saidi, where fell it? And he smitten the waters, they parted found a wild vine, and gathered cut down a stick, and cast &* hither and thither; and Elisha thereof wild gourus bis lap-full, thither, and the iron did swilt. went over.

and came and shred them into

the pot of puttage: for they knew WATERS HEALED.

So they poured out SYRIANS SMITTEN WITH BLINDNES 2 Kings il, 19--22. And the men for the men to eat: and it came to 2 K’ings vi, 18. And when tbey of the city said unto Elisha, Be- pass, as they were eating of the came down to bim, Elisha praje

them not.

1

1

a to the LORD, and said, Smite, Whatsoever he saith unto you; do wind and said unto the ser. Peace, this people, I pray thee, with it. And there were set there six be still. And the wind ceased, blindness. And he smote them waterpots of stone, after the man and there was a great calm. And with blindness, according to the uer of the purifying of the Jews, he said unto them, Why are yo so Word of Elisha,

containing two or three firkius fearful? how is it that ye have no

apiece. Jesug saith unto them, faith? And they feared exceedAND RESTORED TO SIGHT. Fill the waterpots with water. ingly, and said one to another,

And they filled them up to the What manner of man is this, that 2 Kings vi, 20. And it came to pass, when they were come into Draw out now, and bear unto the brim. And he saith unto them, even the wind and the sea obey

him. Samaria, that Llisha said, LORD: governor of the feast. And they open the eyes of these men, that bare it. When the ruler of the

FIVE THOUSAND FED. they may see. And the LORD feast bad tasted the water that Luke ix, 12--17. Aud when the opened their eyes, and they saw;

was made wine, and knew not day began to wear away, then and, behold, they were in the midst whence it was, (but the servants came the twelve, and said unto of Samaria.

which drew the water knew) the bim, Send the multitue away, that SYBIANS DEFEATED.

governor of the feast called the they may go into the towns and

bridegroom, And saith unto him, country round about, and lodge, 2 Kings vii, 6,7. For the LORD | Every man at the beginning doth and get victuals: for we are here had made the host of the Syrians set forth good wine; and when in a desert place. But he said to hear a noise of chariots, and a men have well drunk, then that unto them, Give ye them to eat. poise of horses, even the noise of a which is worse: but thou hast kept | And they said, We have no more noise of a great host: and they said the good wine until now. This but five loaves and two fishes; ex one to another, Lo, the king of beginning of miracles did Jesus cept we should go and buy meat Israel hath hired against us the in Cana of Galilee, and manifested for all this people. (For they were kings of the Hittites, and the kings forth his glory; and his disciples about five thousand men.) And of the Egyptians, to come upon believed on him.

he said to his disciples, Make them us. Wherefore they arose, and

sit down by fifties in a company. fied in the twilight, and left their

DRAUGIIT OF FISHES.

And they did so, and made them tents, and their horses, and their

Luke v, 1-7. And it came to all sit down. Then he took the asses, even the camp as it was, pass, that, as tho people pressed five loaves and the two fishes, and and fled for their life.

upon him to hear the word of looking up to heaven, he blegsed

God, he stood by the lake of Gen. them, and brake, and gave to the A MAN RESTORED TO LIFE. nesaret, And saw two ships disciples to set before the multi2 Kings xiii, 21. And it came to standing by the lake: but the tude. And they did eat, and were pass, as they were burying a man, fishermen were gone out of them, all filled: and there was taken up that, behold, they spied a band and were washing their nets. And of fragments that remained to of men; and they cast the man he entered into one of the ships, them twelve baskets. into the sepulchre of Elisha: and which was Simon's, and prayed when the man was let down, and him that he would thrust out a CHRIST WALKING ON THE SEA. touched the bones of Elisha, he little from the land. And he sat

Matth. xiv, 26-32. And when the revived, and stood upon his feet. down, and taught the people out disciples saw bim walking on the

of the ship. Now when he had
left speaking, he said unto Simon, is a spirit: and they cried out for

sea, they were troubled, saying, It IN CONNECTION WITLI

Launch out into the deep, and let fear. But straightway Jesus spako ISAIAII.

down your nets for a draught. nuto them, saying, Be of good HEZEKIAL HEALED.

And Simou answering said unto cheer: it is 1; be not afraid. And 2 Kings xx, 7. And Isaiah said, him, Master, we have tolled all

Peter answered him and said, Take a lump of figs. And they the night, and have taken no

Lord, if it be thou, bid me come took and laid it on the boil, and thing: nevertheless at thy word I unto thee on the water. And be be recovered.

will let down the net. And when sail, Come. And when Peter was

they had this done, they inclosed SHADOW PUT BACK ON THE DIAL. a great multitude of fishes: and walked on the water, to go to

come down out of the ship, he their pet brake. 2 Kings xx, 11. And Isaiah the koned unto their partners, which boisterous, he was afraid; and,

And they bec-Jesus. But when he saw the wind prophet cried unto the LORD; and Tie brought the shadow ten de; should come and help them. Anding, Lord, save me! And imme

were in the other siip, that they beginning to sink, he cried, saygrees backward, by which it had

they came, and filled both the diately Jesus stretched forth his Gone down in the dial of Abaz. ships, so that they began to sink.

hand, and caught bim, and said MIRACLES OF CHRIST.

unto him, Othou of little faith, TEMPEST CALMED.

wherefore didst thou doubt? And 1-UPON EXTERNAL

Mark iv, 35-41. And the same

when they were come into the day, when the even was come,

he NATURE.

ship, the wind ceased. saith unto them, Let us pass over WATER TURNED INTO WINE. unto the other side. And when

FOUR THOUSAND FED. John il, 1-11. And the third day they had sent away the multitude, there was a marriage in Cana of they took him even as he was in Matthew XV, 32-39. Then Jesus Galilee; and the mother of Jesus the ship. And there were also called his disciples unto him, and was there. And both Jesus was with himn other litile ships. And said, I have compassion on the called, and his disciples to the there arose a great storm of wind, multitude, because they continue marriage. And when they wanted and the waves beat into the ship, with me now three days, and have wine, the mother of Jesus saith so that it was now full. And he nothing to eat; and I will not send unto him, They have no wine. was in the linder part of the ship, them away fasting, lest they faint Jesus saith unto her, Woman, asleep on a pillow: and they awake in the way. And his disciples say what have I to do with thee? him, and say unto him, Master, unto him, Wbence should we have mnine hour is not yet come. His carest thou not that we perish? so much bread in the wilderness nother saith unto the servants, And he arose, and rebuked the to fill so great a multitude ? and Jesus saith unto them, How of Jadea into Galllee, he went on- built os a synagogae. Then JESEN inany loaves have ye? Antibey to him, and besought him that went with them. Aad wa be sald, Seven, and a few little fiables. he would come down and heal was now not far from the borse And he commanded the multitude his son: for he was at the point of the centurion sent friends to bin, to sit down on the ground. And death. Then sall Jesus unto him, saying unto him, Lord, trout': the took the seven loives and the Except ye see signs and wonders, not thyself; for I am ngt sertti fishes, and give thanks, and brake ye will not believe. The poble that thou shouldest enter och them, and gave to his disciples, man saith unto him, Sir, come my roof: Wherefore Dellbar and the disciples to the multitude. down ere my child die. Jesus thought I myself worthy to a. I* And they did all eat, and were saith unto bim, Go thy way; thy unto thee: but say in a word, and filed: and they took up of the son liveth. And the man believed my servant shall be healed. For broken meat that was left seven the word that Jesus had spoken I also am a man set onder 10tbe. baskets full. And they that did unto him, and he went his way. ity, having under me soldiers, and eat were four thonsand men, be. And as he was now going down, I say unto one, Go, and be guerb sides women and children. And his servants met him, and told and to another, Come, and be he sent away the multitude, and him, saying, Thy son liveth. Then cometh; and to my servant, D: took ship, and came into the coasts enquired he of them the hour this, and he doeth it. of Magdala.

when he began to amend. And Jesns heard these things, bet

they said unto him, Yesterday marvelled at him, and forced F181 WITH THE MONEY IN ITS at the seventh hour the fever left him about, and said unto the MOUTH.

him. So the father knew that it people that followed bim, I say

was at the same hour in the which unto you. I have not found me Matt. xvii, 27 Notwithstanding, Jesus said unto him, Thy son liv- great faith, no, not in Israel. And Jest we should offend them, goeth; and himself believed, and his they that were sent, refurring thou to the sea, and cast an hook, whole house. This is again the the house, found the servant and take up the fish that first second miracle that Jesus did, whole that had been sică. cometh up; and when thon hast when he was come out of Judea opened his mouth, thou shalt tind into Galilee.

MAN SICK OF THE PALET. a plece of money: that take, and give unto them for me and thee.

PETER'S MOTTIER-IN-LAW.

Luke v, 18-25. And, tha Mark i, 30, 31. But Simon's which was taken witb a pass

men brought in a bed : 12 FIG-TREE BLASTED.

wife's mother lay sick of a fever; and they sought means to bries Matth. xxi, 19.-21. And when he and anon they tell him of her. him in, and to lay him before saw a fig-tree in the way, he came to it, and found nothing thereon, hand, and lified her up; and im- what way they might bring be

And he cane and took her by the And when they could not find t but leaves only, and said unto it, mediately the fever leit her, and in because of the multitude, the Let no fruit grow on thee hence she ministered unto them. forward for ever. And presently

went upon the housetop, and lot the fig-tree withered away. And

him down through the ti when the disciples saw it, they

LEPER.

with his couch into the midst be marvelled, saying, How soon is Marki, 40-44. And there came

fore Jesus. And when he si the 11g-tree withered away! Jesus a leper to him, beseeching him, their faith, he said unto him, Var answered and said unto them, and kneeling down to him, and thy sins are forgiven thee. AD Verily I say unto you, If ye bave saying unto bim, If thou 'wilt, the scribes and the Phariserte faith, and doubt not, ye shall not thou canst make me clean. And gan to reason, saying, Who only do this which is done to the Jesus, moved with compassion, this which speaketh blasphemie? fig-tree, but also if ye shall say put forth his hand, and touched Who can forgive sins, bat God unto this mountain, Be thou re-him, and saith unto him, I will; be alone? But when Jesus perceived moved, and be thou cast into the thou clean. And as soon as he their thoughts, he answering said Ba; it shall be done.

had spoken, immediately the unto them, What reasca ye in

leprosy departed from him, and your hearts? Whether is easie DRAUGHT OF FISHES. he was cleansed. And he straitly to say, Thy sins be forgiven the John xx1,5 6, 10.11. Then Jesus charged him, and forthwith sent or to say, Rise up and walk? Bu saith unto them, Children have ye him away; And saitli unto him, that ye may know that the sa any meat? They answered him, No. See thou say nothing to any man: of man hath power upon earth to And he said unto them, Cast the but go thy way, shew thyself to forgive sins, he said unto these net on the right siile of the ship. the priest, and offer for thy cleans of the palsy) I say unto the and ye shall find. They cast ing those things which Moses Arise, and take up thy couch and

And i therefore, and now they were not commanded, for a testimony unto go unto thine house able to draw it for the multitude them.

mediately he rose up before thema of fishes. Jesus saith unto them,

and took up that whereou be la! Bring of the fish which ye have

CENTURION'S SERVANT.'

and departed to his own bosse now caught. Simon Peter went up, Luke vii, 1--10. Now, when he glorifying God. and drew the net to land full of had ended all his sayings in the

WOMAN WITI TRE ISSUE O great fishes, an hundred and isty audience of the people, he entered aud three: and for all there were into Capernaum. And a certain

BLOOD, 80 many, yet was not the net centurion's servant, who was dear Luke viii, 43--48. And a rani broken.

unto him, was sick, and ready to having an issue of blood tre

die. And when he heard of years, which had spent all be 2nd.–TUE HEALING OF Jesus, lie sent unto him the elders living upon plıysicians, Deitbt DISEASES.

of the Jews, beseeching him that could be healed of anyC

he would come and heal his ser- behind him, and touched the best THE NOBLEMAN'S SON.

vant. And when they came to der of his garinent; and images John iv, 46-51. . : . Aud there Jesus, they besought him instantiately her issue of blood stanche, was a certain nobleman, whose ly, saying, That he was worthy And Jesus said, Who touched sé son was sick at Capernaum. When for whom he should do this: For When all denied, Peter and they Le heard that Jesus was come out he loveth our nation, and he hath that were with him said, Master

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the multitude throng thee and , him, saying, Is it lawfal to heal, came to pass, that, as they went, press thee, and sayest thou, Who on tho sabbath-days?that they they were cleansed. And one of touched me? And Jesus said, might accuse him. And he said them, when he saw that he was Somebody bath touched me: for I unto them, What man shall there healed, turned back, and with a perceive that virtue is gone out be among you, that shall have one loud voice glorified God, and fell of me. And when the woman sheep, and if it fall into a pit on down on his face at his feet, Raw that she was not hid, she the sabbath-day, will he not lay giving him thanks: and he was a came trembling, and, falling down hold on it, and list it out? How Samuritan. And Jesus answerbefore him, she declared unto him much then is a man better than ing said, Were there not ten before all the people for what a sheep? Wherefore it is lawful to cleansed? but where are the nine? cause she bad touched him, and do well on the sabbath - days. There are not found that returned how she was healed immediately. Then saith he to the man, Stretch to give glory to God, save this And he said unto her, Daughter, forth thine hand. And he stranger. And he said unto him, be of good comfort: thy faith bath stretched it forth; and it was Arise, so thy way; iby faith bath made thee whole; go in peaco. restorud whole, like as the other. made thee whole.

THE LANE MAN AT BETHESDA. MAN DEAF AND DUMB CURED. THE EAR OF MALCHUS HEALED.

John v, 1--15. After this there Mark vil, 31--35. And again de- Luke xxii, 50, 51. And one of was a feast of the Jews; and Jesus parting from the coasts of Tyre them smote a servant of the high went up to Jerusalem. Now there and Sidon.

And they priest, and cut off his right ear. is at Jerusalem, by the sheep. bring unto bim one that was And Jesus answered and said, market, a pool, which is called in deaf, and had an impediment in his Suffer ye thus far. And ho the Hebrew tongue, Bethesda, speech; and they beseech him to touched his ear, and healed him. having five porches. In these lay put his handupon him. And he took a great multitude of impotent him aside from the multitudo, and 3rd.--GIVING SIGHT TO THE folk, of blind, halt, withered, put his fingers into his ears, and

BLIND. waiting for the moving of the he spit, and touched bis tongue; water. For an angel went down And, looking up to heaven, he

TWO BLIND MEN. at a certain scason into the pool, sighed, and saith unto him, Matth. ix, 28--30. And when he and troubled the water: whoso- Ephphatha, that is, Be opened. was come into the house, the ever then first, after the troub. And straightway his ears were

blind men came to him: and Jesus ing of the water, stepped in, was opened, and the string of his saith unto them, Believe ye that I made whole of whatsoever disease tongue was loosed, and he spako am able to do this? They said he had. And a certain man was plain.

unto him, Yea, Lord. Then there, which had an infirmity

touclied he their eyes, saying, thirty and eight years. When WOMAN CURED OF EIGHTEEN According to your faith be it unto Jesus saw him lie, and knew that

YEARS INFIRMITY.

you. And their eyes were open. he had been now a long time in

ed: and Jesus straitly charged that case, he saith unto him, Wilt

Luke xiii, 11-13. And, behold,

them, saying, See that no man thou be made whole? The imthere was a woman which had a

know it. potent man answered him, Sir, spirit of infirmity eighteen years, I have no man, when the water and was bowed together, and is troubled, to put me into the could in no wise lift up herself. BLIND Max RESTORED TO Sight,

Mark viii, 22-26. And he compool: but while I am coming, And when Jesus saw her, he another steppeth down before called her to him, and said unto elhi to Bethsaida; and they bring me. Jesus saith unto him, Rise,

her, Woman, thou art loosed a blind man unto him, and betake up thy bed, and walk.

And from thine infirmity. And he laid sought him to touch him. And immediately the man was made his hands on her; and immediately he took the blind man by the

was whole, and took up his bed, and she made straight, and hand, and led him out of the walked: and on the same day was glorified God.

town; and wben he had spit on the sabbath. The Jews there.

bis eyes, and put his hands upon fore said unto him that was cured,

DROPSICAL MAX.

him, he asked him if he saw It is the sabbath-day; it is not law

ought. And he looked up, and

Luke xiv, 1-4. And it came to said, I see men as trees, walking. ful for thee to carry thy bed. He pass, as he went into the house of After that he put his hands again answered them, He that made me one of the chief Pharisees to eat whole, the same said unto me, bread on the sabbath day, that look up; and he was restored, and

upon his eyes, and made him Take up thy bed, and walk? Then they watched him. And, behold, saw every man clearly. And he asked they him, What man is there was a certain man before that which said unto thee, Take him which had the dropsy. And ing, Neither go into the town, nor

sent him away to his louse, say. up thy bed, and walk? And

Jesus answering, spake unto the tell it to any in the town. ho that was healed wist not lawyers and Pharisees, saying, Is who it was; for Jesus had convey- it lawful to heal on the sabbathed himself away, a multitude day? And they held their peace.

MAX BURN BLIND. being in that place. Afterward Jesus findeth him in the temple, and let him go.

And he took him, and lealed him, and said unto him, Behold, thou

John ix, 1, 5-7. And as Jesus art made whole: sin no more, lest

passed by, he saw a man which

TEN LEPERS CLEANSED. was blind from his birth. As long a worse thing come unto theo. The man departed, and told the

Luke xvii, 12--19. And as he as I am in the world, I am the Jews that it was Jesus which had entered into a certain village, light of the world. When he had ma le him whole.

there met hím ten men that were thus spoken,le spat on the ground lepers, which stood afar off: And and made clay of the spittle, and

they lifted up their voices, and he anointed the eyes of the blind MAN WITH A WITNIERED ILAND.

said, Jesus, Master, have mercy man with the clay, and said unto Matth. xii, 10-13. And, behold, on us. And when he saw them, bim, Go, wash in the pool of there was a man which bad his he said unto them, Go shew your- Siloam, (wbich is, by interpretithand withered. And they asked selves unto the priests. And it I tion, Sent.) He went his way

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