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Mark 1:

Chapter 1:45 Verses

41 Mark

(Bishops 1568) .

41-1:1††††† The begynnyng of the Gospel of Iesu Christ, the sonne of God.

41-1:2††††† As it hath ben written in the prophetes: Beholde, I sende my messenger before thy face, whiche shall prepare thy waye before thee.

41-1:3††††† A voyce of hym that crieth in the wyldernesse: Prepare ye the waye of the Lorde, and make his pathes strayght.

41-1:4††††† Iohn did baptize in the wyldernesse, and preached the baptisme of repentaunce, for the remission of sinnes.

41-1:5††††† And all the land of Iurie, and they of Hierusalem, went out vnto hym, and were all baptized of hym in the ryuer of Iordane, confessyng their synnes.

41-1:6††††† Iohn was clothed with Camelles heere, and with a girdle of a skynne about his loynes: and he did eate locustes and wylde hony.

41-1:7††††† And preached, saying: He that is stronger then I, commeth after me, whose shoe latchet I am not worthy to stowpe downe, and vnloose.

41-1:8††††† I haue baptized you with water: but he shal baptize you with the holy ghost.

41-1:9††††† And it came to passe in those dayes, that Iesus came fro Nazareth, of Galilee, & was baptized of Iohn in Iordane.

41-1:10†††† And assone as he was come vp out of the water, he sawe heauen open, & the spirite descending vpon him like a doue.

41-1:11†††† And there came a voyce from heauen: Thou art my deare sonne, in whom I am well pleased.

41-1:12†††† And immediatly the spirite driueth hym into wyldernesse.

41-1:13†††† And he was there in the wyldernesse fourtie dayes, and was tempted of Satan, & was with wylde beastes. And the Angels ministred vnto hym.

41-1:14†††† After that Iohn was deliuered [to prison] Iesus came into Galilee, preachyng the Gospell of the kyngdome of God,

41-1:15†††† And saying: The tyme is come, and the kyngdome of God is at hande: repent, and beleue the Gospell.

41-1:16†††† As he walked by the sea of Galilee, he sawe Simon, and Andrewe his brother, castyng nettes into the sea (for they were fysshers.)

41-1:17†††† And Iesus saide vnto them: Folowe me, and I wyll make you to become fysshers of men.

41-1:18†††† And strayghtway they forsoke their nettes, and folowed hym.

41-1:19†††† And when he had gone a litle further thence, he saw Iames the sonne of Zebedee, and Iohn his brother, which also were in the shippe, mendyng their nettes.

41-1:20†††† And anone he called them: And they lefte their father Zebedee in the shippe with the hired seruauntes, and folowed hym.

41-1:21†††† And they came into Capernaum, & strayghtway, on the Sabboth dayes, he entred into the synagogue, & taught.

41-1:22†††† And they were astonyed at his learnyng: For he taught them, as one that had aucthoritie, & not as the Scribes.

41-1:23†††† And there was in their synagogue, a man vexed with an vncleane spirite, & he cried,

41-1:24†††† Saying: Alas, what haue we [to do] with thee, thou Iesus of Nazareth? Art thou come to destroy vs? I knowe thee what thou art, euen that holy one of God.

41-1:25†††† And Iesus rebuked hym, saying: holde thy peace, and come out of hym.

41-1:26†††† And when the vncleane spirite hadde torne hym, & cryed with a loude voyce, he came out of hym.

41-1:27†††† And they were all amased, insomuch that they demaunded one of another among them selues, saying: What thing is this? What newe doctrine is this? For with aucthoritie commaunded he the fowle spirites, and they obeyed him.

41-1:28†††† And immediatly his fame spread abrode throughout all the region borderyng on Galilee.

41-1:29†††† And foorthwith, when they were come out of the synagogue, they entred into the house of Simon, and Andrewe, with Iames, and Iohn.

41-1:30†††† But Simons wyues mother lay sicke of a feuer: & anone they tell hym of her.

41-1:31†††† And he came, & toke her by the hande, and lyft her vp: and immediatly the feuer forsoke her, and [she] ministred vnto them.

41-1:32†††† And at euen, when the sonne was downe, they brought vnto hym all that were diseased, and them that were vexed with deuyls:

41-1:33†††† And all the citie was gathered together at the dore.

41-1:34†††† And he healed many, that were sicke of diuers diseases, and caste out many deuyls: and suffred not the deuyls to speake, because they knewe hym.

41-1:35†††† And in the mornyng, before day, Iesus, when he was rysen vp, departed, and went out into a solitarie place, and there prayed.

41-1:36†††† And Simon, & they that were with hym, folowed after hym:

41-1:37†††† And when they had founde hym, they sayde vnto hym: all men seke for thee.

41-1:38†††† And he saide vnto them: let vs go into the nexte townes, that I may preache there also: for, therfore am I come.

41-1:39†††† And he preached in their synagogues, in all Galilee, and cast the deuyls out.

41-1:40†††† And there came a leper to hym, besechyng him, and knelyng downe to him, and saying vnto hym: If thou wylt, thou canst make me cleane.

41-1:41†††† And Iesus had compassion on hym, and put foorth his hande, touched hym, and sayth vnto hym: I wyll, be thou cleane.

41-1:42†††† And assoone as he had spoken, immediatly the leprosie departed from hym, and he was made cleane.

41-1:43†††† And after he had geuen hym a strayte commaundement, he sent hym away foorthwith.

41-1:44†††† And sayth vnto hym: See thou saye nothing to any man, but get thee hence, shew thy selfe to the priest, and offer for thy clensyng those thinges which Moyses commaunded, for a witnesse vnto them.

41-1:45†††† But he, assoone as he was departed, began to tell many thynges, and to publishe the saying: insomuch, that Iesus could no more openly enter into the citie, but was without in desert places: And they came to him from euery quarter.

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Mark 2:

Chapter 2:28 Verses

41 Mark

(Bishops 1568) .

41-2:1††††† After [a fewe] dayes also, he entred into Capernaum agayne, and it was noysed yt he was in the house.

41-2:2††††† And anone many were gathered together, in somuch that nowe there was no rowme to receaue them, no, not so muche as about the dore: and he preached the word vnto them.

41-2:3††††† And they came vnto hym, bryngyng one sicke of the paulsie, whiche was borne of foure men.

41-2:4††††† And when they coulde not come nye vnto hym for prease, they vncouered the roofe [of the house] that he was in: And whe they had broken vp the roofe, they dyd [with cordes] let downe the bedde, wherin the sicke of the paulsie lay.

41-2:5††††† When Iesus sawe their fayth, he saide vnto the sicke of the paulsie: Sonne, thy synnes be forgeuen thee.

41-2:6††††† But there were certayne of the scribes syttyng there, and reasonyng in theyr heartes:

41-2:7††††† Why doeth he thus speake blasphemies? Who can forgeue sinnes, but God only?

41-2:8††††† And immediatly, when Iesus perceaued in his spirite, that they so reasoned within them selues, he saith vnto them: why reason ye suche thynges in your heartes?

41-2:9††††† Whether is it easyer to say to the sicke of the paulsie, thy synnes be forgeuen thee: or to say, aryse, take vp thy bedde, and walke?

41-2:10†††† But that ye may know, that the sonne of man hath power in earth to forgeue synnes (He spake vnto the sicke of the paulsie)

41-2:11†††† I saye vnto thee, aryse, and take vp thy bedde, and get thee hence vnto thine house.

41-2:12†††† And immediatly he arose, toke vp the bedde, and went foorth before them all: insomuch that they were all amazed, & glorified God, saying: we neuer sawe it on this fashion.

41-2:13†††† And he went againe vnto the sea: and all the people resorted vnto him, and he taught them.

41-2:14†††† And as Iesus passed bye, he sawe Leui [the sonne] of Alphee, sittyng at the receipt of custome, and sayde vnto hym: folowe me. And he arose, and folowed hym.

41-2:15†††† And it came to passe, that when Iesus sate at meate in his house, many publicanes and sinners sate also together at meate with Iesus and his disciples: for there were many that folowed him.

41-2:16†††† And when the scribes and pharisees sawe hym eate with publicanes and sinners, they saide vnto his disciples: howe is it that he eateth and drynketh with publicanes and synners?

41-2:17†††† When Iesus hearde that, he saide vnto them: They that be whole, haue no nede of the phisition, but they that are sicke: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentaunce.

41-2:18†††† And the disciples of Iohn, & the Pharisees dyd fast. And they come, and say vnto him: Why do ye disciples of Iohn, and of the Pharisees fast, but thy disciples fast not?

41-2:19†††† And Iesus sayde vnto them: Can the chyldren of the brydechaumber fast, whyle the brydegrome is with them? As long as they haue the brydegrome with them, they can not fast.

41-2:20†††† But the dayes wyll come, when the brydegrome shalbe taken awaye from them, and then shall they fast in those dayes.

41-2:21†††† No man also soweth a peece of newe cloth, vnto an olde garment: otherwayes, his newe peece taketh awaye from the olde, and so the rent is made worse.

41-2:22†††† And no man powreth newe wine into olde vessels: els the newe wine doth burst the vessels, and the wine runneth out, and the vessels are marred: But newe wine, must be put into newe vessels.

41-2:23†††† And it came to passe, that he went thorowe the corne fieldes on the Sabboth dayes, and his disciples began by ye way to plucke the eares of corne.

41-2:24†††† And the pharisees sayde vnto hym: Beholde, why do they on the Sabboth dayes, that which is not lawfull?

41-2:25†††† And he sayde vnto them: Haue ye neuer read what Dauid did, when he had nede, and was an hungred, both he, and they that were with hym?

41-2:26†††† Howe he went into the house of God [in the dayes] of Abiathar the hye prieste, and dyd eate the shewe bread, which is not lawfull to eate, but for the priestes, and gaue also to them which were with hym?

41-2:27†††† And he sayde vnto them: The Sabboth was made for man, and not man for the Sabboth.

41-2:28†††† Therfore is the sonne of man, Lorde also of the Sabboth.

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Mark 3:

Chapter 3:35 Verses

41 Mark

(Bishops 1568) .

41-3:1††††† And he entred agayne into the synagogue, & a man was there whiche had a wythered hande:

41-3:2††††† And they watched hym, whether he woulde heale hym on the Sabboth daye, that they myght accuse hym.

41-3:3††††† And he saide vnto the man which had the wythered hande: Aryse, [and stande] in the myddes.

41-3:4††††† And he saide vnto them: Is it lawful to do good on the Sabboth dayes, or to do euyl? to saue lyfe, or to kyll? But they helde their peace.

41-3:5††††† And when he had loked rounde about on them with anger, mournyng for the hardnesse of their heartes, he sayth to the man: stretch foorth thyne hande. And he stretched it out: And his hande was restored, euen as whole as the other.

41-3:6††††† And the pharisees departed, and strayghtway gathered a councell, with the Herodians, agaynst hym, that they myght destroy hym.

41-3:7††††† But Iesus auoyded, with his disciples, to the sea: And a great multitude folowed hym from Galilee, and from Iurie,

41-3:8††††† And from Hierusalem, & from Idumea, and from beyonde Iordane, and they that dwelled about Tyre & Sidon, a great multitude [of men:] Which, whe they had hearde what thynges he dyd, came vnto hym.

41-3:9††††† And Iesus comaunded his disciples, that a shippe shoulde wayte on hym, because of the people, leste they shoulde thronge hym.

41-3:10†††† For he had healed many: insomuche, that they preassed vpon him for to touch hym, as many as had plagues.

41-3:11†††† And when the vncleane spirites sawe hym, they fell downe before hym, and cryed, saying: Thou art the sonne of God.

41-3:12†††† And he straytely charged them, that they shoulde not make hym knowen.

41-3:13†††† And he went vp into a mountayne, & called vnto him whom he woulde: and they came vnto hym.

41-3:14†††† And he ordeyned twelue, that they shoulde be with him, and that he might sende them foorth to preache,

41-3:15†††† And that they myght haue power to heale sicknesses, and to cast out deuyls.

41-3:16†††† And he gaue vnto Simon to name, Peter.

41-3:17†††† And he called Iames [the sonne] of Zebedee, and Iohn, Iames brother (and gaue them to name Boanarges, which is to say, the sonnes of thunder.)

41-3:18†††† And Andrewe, and Philip, and Bartholomewe, and Matthewe, and Thomas, and Iames the sonne of Alphee, and Thaddeus, and Simon Cananite,

41-3:19†††† And Iudas Iscariot, which also betrayed hym. And they came into the house:

41-3:20†††† And the people assembled together agayne, so that they had no leysure so much as to eate bread.

41-3:21†††† And when they that belonged vnto hym, hearde of it, they went out to laye handes vpon hym: For they sayde, he is madde.

41-3:22†††† And the scribes whiche came downe from Hierusalem, sayde: He hath Beelzebub, and by the chiefe deuyll, casteth he out deuyls.

41-3:23†††† And he called them vnto hym, & sayde vnto them in parables: Howe can Satan driue out Satan?

41-3:24†††† And yf a realme be deuided agaynst it selfe, that realme can not endure.

41-3:25†††† And yf a house be deuided agaynst it selfe, that house can not continue.

41-3:26†††† And yf Satan make insurrection agaynst him selfe & be deuided, he can not continue, but hath an ende.

41-3:27†††† No man can enter into a strong mans house, and take away his goodes, except he first bynde the strong man, and then spoyle his house.

41-3:28†††† Ueryly I say vnto you, al sinnes shalbe forgeuen vnto the chyldren of men, & blasphemies wherewith so euer they haue blasphemed:

41-3:29†††† But he that speaketh blasphemie agaynst the holy ghoste, hath neuer forgeuenesse, but is in daunger of eternall dampnation.

41-3:30†††† For they sayde: he hath an vncleane spirite.

41-3:31†††† There came also his mother, and his brethren, and stoode without, and sent vnto hym, to call hym out.

41-3:32†††† And the people sate about him, & saide vnto hym: Beholde, thy mother and thy brethren seke for thee without.

41-3:33†††† And he aunswered them, saying: who is my mother, and my brethren?

41-3:34†††† And when he had loked rounde about on his disciples, which sate in compasse about hym, he sayde: Beholde my mother, and my brethren.

41-3:35†††† For whosoeuer doeth the wyl of God, the same is my brother, and my sister, and mother.

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Mark 4:

Chapter 4:41 Verses

41 Mark

(Bishops 1568) .

41-4:1††††† And he began agayne to teache by the sea syde: And ther gathered vnto hym much people, so greatly, that he entred into a shippe, and sate in the sea: and all the people was by the sea syde on the shore:

41-4:2††††† And he taught them many thinges by parables, and sayde vnto them in his doctrine.

41-4:3††††† Hearken: Beholde, there went out a sower to sowe:

41-4:4††††† And it fortuned as he sowed, that some fell by the way syde, and the fowles of the ayre came, and deuoured it vp.

41-4:5††††† Some fell on stonie grounde, where it had not muche earth: and immediatly sprange vp, because it had not deapth of earth.

41-4:6††††† But assoone as the sonne was vp, it caught heate: and because it hadde not roote, it wythered away.

41-4:7††††† And some fell among thornes: and the thornes grewe vp, and choked it, and it gaue no fruite.

41-4:8††††† And some fell vpon good grounde, and dyd yelde fruite, that sprang vp, and grewe, and brought foorth, some thirtie folde, and some sixtie folde, and some an hundred folde.

41-4:9††††† And he saide vnto them: He that hath eares to heare, let hym heare.

41-4:10†††† And when he was alone, they that were about hym, with the twelue, asked of hym the parable.

41-4:11†††† And he sayde vnto them: To you it is geuen to knowe the misterie of the kingdome of God: But vnto them that are without, all thynges are done by parables,

41-4:12†††† That when they see, they may see and not discerne: and whe they heare, they may heare and not vnderstande, lest at any tyme, they shoulde turne, and their sinnes shoulde be forgeuen them.

41-4:13†††† And he sayde vnto them: Knowe ye not this parable? And howe then wyll ye knowe all other parables?

41-4:14†††† The sower, soweth the worde.

41-4:15†††† And they [that receaued seede] by the way side, are those where the worde is sowe: but when they haue hearde, Satan cometh immediatly, and taketh away the word that was sowen in their heartes.

41-4:16†††† And lykewyse they that receaue seede into the stonie grounde, are they, which when they haue hearde the worde, at once receaue it with gladnesse.

41-4:17†††† Yet haue no roote in them selues, and so endure but a tyme: and anone when trouble and persecution aryseth for the wordes sake, immediatlye they are offended.

41-4:18†††† And those be they that receaue seede among thornes: and those [I saye] are such as heare the worde,

41-4:19†††† And the cares of this worlde, and the deceytfulnesse of ryches, and the lustes of other thynges enter in, and choke the worde, and it is made vnfruitefull.

41-4:20†††† And they whiche receaue seede into good grounde, are suche as heare the worde, and receaue it, so that one corne doth bryng foorth thirtie, some sixtie, some an hundred.

41-4:21†††† And he saide vnto them: Is the candle lyghted to be put vnder a busshell, or vnder the table? And not to be put on a candelsticke?

41-4:22†††† For there is nothing so priuie that shal not be opened: neither hath it ben so secrete, but that it shall come abrode.

41-4:23†††† If any man haue eares to heare, let hym heare.

41-4:24†††† And he sayde vnto them, take heede what ye heare: With what measure ye meate, with the same shall it be measured to you agayne. And vnto you that heare, shall more be geuen.

41-4:25†††† For vnto hym that hath, shall it be geuen: and from hym that hath not, shalbe taken away, euen that which he hath.

41-4:26†††† And he sayde, so is the kyngdome of God: euen as yf a man shoulde sowe seede in the grounde,

41-4:27†††† And shoulde slepe, and ryse vp nyght and day, and the seede shoulde spryng & growe vp, he knoweth not howe.

41-4:28†††† For the earth bringeth foorth fruite of her selfe, first the blade, then the eare, after that, the full corne in the eare.

41-4:29†††† But when the fruite is brought foorth, anone he thrusteth in the sickle, because the haruest is come.

41-4:30†††† And he sayde: Wherevnto shall we lyken the kyngdome of God? Or with what comparyson shall we compare it?

41-4:31†††† It is like a grayne of mustarde seede, whiche when it is sowen in the earth, is lesse then all seedes that be in the earth.

41-4:32†††† When it is sowen, it groweth vp, and is greater then all hearbes, and beareth great braunches, so that the fowles of the ayre may make their nestes vnder the shadowe of it.

41-4:33†††† And with many such parables preached he the worde vnto them, as they were able to heare it.

41-4:34†††† But without parable spake he nothing vnto them. But when they were alone, he expounded all thynges to his disciples.

41-4:35†††† And the same day, when euen was come, he saide vnto them: Let vs passe ouer vnto the other syde.

41-4:36†††† And they left the people, and toke him, euen as he was in the shippe. And there were also with him, other litle shippes.

41-4:37†††† And there arose a great storme of wynde, and the waues dasshed into the shippe, so that it was nowe full.

41-4:38†††† And he was in the sterne a slepe on a pelowe. And they awaked hym, and sayde vnto hym: Maister, carest thou not that we peryshe?

41-4:39†††† And he arose, and rebuked the wynde, and saide vnto the sea, peace and be styll. And the wynde ceassed, & there folowed a great calme.

41-4:40†††† And he sayde vnto them: why are ye so fearefull? Howe is it, that ye haue no fayth?

41-4:41†††† And they feared exceadyngly, and sayde one to another: Who is this? For both wynde and sea obey hym.

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Mark 5:

Chapter 5:43 Verses

41 Mark

(Bishops 1568) .

41-5:1††††† And they came ouer to the other syde of the sea, into the countrey of the Gadarenites.

41-5:2††††† And when he was come out of the shippe, immediatly there met hym from among the tombes, a man [possessed] of an vncleane spirite:

41-5:3††††† Which had his abidyng among the tombes: And no man coulde bynde him, no not with cheynes,

41-5:4††††† Because, that when he was often bounde with fetters and cheynes, he plucked the cheynes a sunder, and brake the fetters in peeces: Neither coulde any man tame hym.

41-5:5††††† And alwayes, nyght and day, he was in the mountaynes, and in the tombes, crying, and beatyng hym selfe with stones.

41-5:6††††† But when he had spied Iesus a farre of, he ranne, and worshypped hym,

41-5:7††††† And cried with a loude voyce, & sayde: what haue I to do with thee Iesus thou sonne of the most hyest God? I require thee in the name of God, that thou torment me not.

41-5:8††††† (For he sayde vnto hym: come out of the man thou foule spirite.)

41-5:9††††† And he asked hym, what is thy name? And he aunswered and sayd vnto hym: my name is legion, for we are many.

41-5:10†††† And he prayed hym instantly, that he woulde not sende them away, out of the countrey.

41-5:11†††† But there was there, nye vnto the mountaynes, a great hearde of swyne feedyng.

41-5:12†††† And all the deuyls besought hym, saying: sende vs into the swyne, that we may enter into them.

41-5:13†††† And anone Iesus gaue them leaue. And the vncleane spirites went out, and entred into the swyne: And the hearde ran headlong into the sea, (they were about two thousande,) & were drowned in the sea.

41-5:14†††† And the swyneheardes fled, and tolde it in the citie, and in the countrey. And they went out for to see what was done:

41-5:15†††† And came to Iesus, and sawe hym that was vexed with the fiende, and had the legion, syt, both clothed, and in his right mynde: & they were afraide.

41-5:16†††† And they that sawe it, tolde them, howe it came to passe to hym that was possessed with the deuyll: and also of the swyne.

41-5:17†††† And they beganne to pray hym, that he woulde depart out of their coastes.

41-5:18†††† And when he was come into the shippe, he that had [ben possessed] with the deuyll, prayed hym, that he myght be with hym.

41-5:19†††† Howebeit, Iesus woulde not suffer hym, but sayde vnto hym: go home to thy frendes, and shewe them howe great thynges the Lorde hath done for thee, and howe he had compassion on thee.

41-5:20†††† And he departed, and beganne to publyshe in the ten cities, howe great thynges Iesus had done for hym: and all men dyd maruayle.

41-5:21†††† And when Iesus was come ouer agayne by shippe, vnto the other syde, much people gathered vnto hym, and he was nye vnto the sea.

41-5:22†††† And beholde, there came one of the rulers of the synagogue, whose name was Iairus: and when he sawe hym, he fell downe at his feete,

41-5:23†††† And besought hym greatly, saying: my young daughter lieth at poynt of death, [I pray thee] come and lay thy hande on her, that she may be safe, and lyue.

41-5:24†††† And he went with hym, and much people folowed him, and thronged him.

41-5:25†††† And there was a certayne woman, which had ben diseased of an issue of blood twelue yeres,

41-5:26†††† And had suffred many thynges, of many phisitions, and had spent all that she had, and felt none amendemet at all, but rather the worse.

41-5:27†††† When she had hearde of Iesus, she came in the prease behynde hym, and touched his garment.

41-5:28†††† For she sayde: yf I may but touche his clothes, I shalbe whole.

41-5:29†††† And strayghtway the fountayne of her blood was dryed vp: & she felt in her body, that she was healed of ye plague.

41-5:30†††† And Iesus immediatly, knowyng in hym selfe, that vertue proceaded from hym, turned hym about in the prease, and sayde: who touched my clothes?

41-5:31†††† And his disciples sayde vnto hym: thou seest the people thrust thee, & askest thou, who dyd touche me?

41-5:32†††† And he loked rounde about, for to see her that had done this thyng.

41-5:33†††† But the woman, fearyng & tremblyng, knowyng what was done within her, came, and fell downe before hym, and tolde hym all the trueth.

41-5:34†††† And he sayde vnto her: Daughter thy fayth hath saued thee, go in peace, and be whole of thy plague.

41-5:35†††† Whyle he yet spake, there came from the ruler of the synagogues [house], certayne, which sayde: thy daughter is dead, why diseasest thou the maister any further?

41-5:36†††† Assoone as Iesus hearde the worde that was spoken, he sayde vnto the ruler of the synagogue, be not afrayde, only beleue.

41-5:37†††† And he suffred no man to folowe him, saue Peter, and Iames, and Iohn the brother of Iames.

41-5:38†††† And he came to the house of the ruler of the synagogue, and sawe the tumult, and them that wept & wayled greatly.

41-5:39†††† And went in, and sayde vnto them: why make ye this a doe, and wepe? the damsell is not dead, but slepeth.

41-5:40†††† And they laught hym to scorne: But he put them all out, and taketh the father and the mother of the damsell, and them that were with hym, and entreth in where the damsell laye,

41-5:41†††† And taketh the damsell by the hande, and sayth vnto her. Talitha cumi, which is, yf one do interprete it, damsell (I say vnto thee) aryse.

41-5:42†††† And strayghtway the damsell arose, and walked: For she was of the age of twelue yeres. And they were astonyed out of measure.

41-5:43†††† And he charged them straytly, that no man shoulde knowe of it: and commaunded to geue her meate.

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Mark 6:

Chapter 6:56 Verses

41 Mark

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41-6:1††††† And he departed thence, & came into his owne countrey, and his disciples folowed him.

41-6:2††††† And when the sabboth day was come, he beganne to teache in the synagogue: And many that hearde hym, were astonyed, and sayde: from whence hath he these thynges? And what wisdome is this that is geuen vnto hym? and such myghtie workes that are wrought by his handes?

41-6:3††††† Is not this the carpenter Maries sonne, the brother of Iames & Ioses, and of Iuda and Simon? and are not his sisters here with vs? And they were offended at hym.

41-6:4††††† Iesus sayde vnto them, that a prophete is not without honour, but in his owne countrey, and among his owne kynne, and in his owne house.

41-6:5††††† And he coulde there shewe no mightie worke: but layde his handes vpon a fewe sicke folke, and healed them.

41-6:6††††† And he marueyled, because of their vnbeliefe. And he went about by the townes that lay on euery syde, teachyng.

41-6:7††††† And he called the twelue, and beganne to sende them foorth, two and two, and gaue the power ouer vncleane spirites.

41-6:8††††† And commaunded them, that they shoulde take nothyng in their iourney, saue a staffe only: no scrippe, no bread, no money in their purse.

41-6:9††††† But shoulde be shoed with sandales: And that they shoulde not put on two coates.

41-6:10†††† And he sayde vnto them: Whersoeuer ye enter into an house, there abyde tyll ye depart thence.

41-6:11†††† And whosoeuer shall not receaue you nor heare you, when ye depart thence, shake of the dust that is vnder your feet, for a witnesse vnto them: I say veryly vnto you, it shalbe easyer for the Sodomites and the Gomorrheans in the day of iudgement, then for that citie.

41-6:12†††† And they went out, & preached, that men should repent.

41-6:13†††† And they cast out many deuyls, and annoynted many that were sicke, with oyle, and healed them.

41-6:14†††† And king Herode hearde [of hym] for his name was spread abrode: And he sayde, Iohn Baptist is rysen agayne from the dead, and therefore myghtie workes do shewe foorth them selues in hym.

41-6:15†††† Other saide, it is Elias. Some saide, it is a prophete, or as one of the prophetes.

41-6:16†††† But when Herode hearde of hym, he saide: It is Iohn, whom I beheaded, he is rysen from death agayne.

41-6:17†††† For Herode himselfe had sent foorth, and layde handes vpon Iohn, & bounde hym in pryson, for Herodias sake, his brother Philippes wyfe, because he had maryed her.

41-6:18†††† For Iohn sayde vnto Herode: It is not lawful for thee to haue thy brothers wyfe.

41-6:19†††† Therefore Herodias layde wayte for hym, and woulde haue kylled hym: but she coulde not.

41-6:20†††† For Herode feared Iohn, knowyng that he was a iuste man and an holye, and gaue hym reuerence: and when he hearde hym, he dyd many thynges, and hearde hym gladly.

41-6:21†††† And whe a conuenient day was come, that Herode on his birth daye made a supper to the lordes, hye captaynes, and chiefe estates of Galilee.

41-6:22†††† And when the daughter of the same Herodias came in, and daunced, and pleased Herode, and them that sate at boorde also, the kyng said vnto the damsell: Aske of me what thou wylt, and I wyll geue it thee.

41-6:23†††† And he sware vnto her: Whatsoeuer thou shalt aske of me, I wyll geue it thee, euen vnto the one halfe of my kingdome.

41-6:24†††† And she went foorth, & sayde vnto her mother: What shall I aske? She saide, Iohn Baptistes head.

41-6:25†††† And she came in strayghtwaye, with haste, vnto the kyng, and asked, saying: I wyll, that thou geue me by and by in a charger, the head of Iohn Baptist.

41-6:26†††† And the kyng was sory, howebeit, for his othes sake, & for their sakes whiche sate at supper also, he woulde not caste her of.

41-6:27†††† And immediatlye the kyng sent the hangman, and commaunded his head to be brought in: And he went, and beheaded hym in the pryson,

41-6:28†††† And brought his head in a charger, & gaue it to the damsell, and the damsell gaue it to her mother.

41-6:29†††† And when his disciples hearde of it, they came, and toke vp his body, and layed it in a tombe.

41-6:30†††† And the Apostles gathered themselues together vnto Iesus, and tolde hym all thynges, both what they had done, and what they had taught.

41-6:31†††† And he sayde vnto them: Come ye alone out of the way, into ye wyldernesse, and rest awhyle: For there were many commers and goers, and they had no leysure, so much as to eate.

41-6:32†††† And he wet by shippe out of the way, into a desert place.

41-6:33†††† And the people spyed them, when they departed, and many knewe hym, and ranne a foote thyther, out of all cities, & came thyther before them, and came together vnto hym.

41-6:34†††† And Iesus went out, and sawe much people, and had compassion on them, because they were lyke sheepe, not hauyng a sheepheard: And he began to teache them many thynges.

41-6:35†††† And when the day was nowe farre spent, his disciples came vnto hym, saying: This is a desert place, & nowe the tyme is farre passed:

41-6:36†††† Let them departe, that they may go into the countrey rounde about, and into the townes, and bye them bread: for they haue nothyng to eate.

41-6:37†††† He aunswered and sayde vnto them: geue ye them to eate. And they saide vnto him: Shall we go and bye two hundred penyworth of bread, & geue them to eate?

41-6:38†††† He sayde vnto them: Howe many loaues haue ye, go loke? And when they had searched, they sayde, fyue, and two fisshes.

41-6:39†††† And he commaunded them, to make them all sit downe by companies vpon the greene grasse.

41-6:40†††† And they sate downe, here a rowe, and there a rowe, by hundredes, & by fifties.

41-6:41†††† And when he had take the fiue loaues and the two fisshes, and loked vp to heauen, he blessed, and brake the loaues, & gaue them to his disciples to set before them: and the two fisshes deuided he among them all.

41-6:42†††† And they all did eate, & were satisfied.

41-6:43†††† And they toke vp twelue baskets full, of the fragmentes, & of the fisshes.

41-6:44†††† And they that dyd eate, were about fyue thousande men.

41-6:45†††† And straightway, he constrayned his disciples to go into the shippe, and to go ouer the sea before, vnto Bethsaida, whyle he sent away the people.

41-6:46†††† And assoone as he had sent them away, he departed into a mountayne to pray.

41-6:47†††† And when euen was come, the ship was in the myddes of the sea, and he alone on the lande.

41-6:48†††† And he sawe them troubled in rowyng (for the wynde was contrary vnto them:) And about the fourth watche of the nyght, he came vnto them, walking vppon the sea, and woulde haue passed by them.

41-6:49†††† But when they sawe hym walkyng vpon the sea, they supposed it had ben a spirite, and cryed out.

41-6:50†††† For they all sawe him, & were afraide. And anone he talked with them, & saide vnto them: Be of good cheare, it is I, be not afrayde.

41-6:51†††† And he went vp vnto them into the shippe, and the wynde ceassed, and they were sore amased in themselues beyond measure, and marueyled.

41-6:52†††† For they vnderstoode not [the miracle] of the loaues, because their heart was hardened.

41-6:53†††† And when they had passed ouer, they came into the lande of Genezareth, and drewe vp into the hauen.

41-6:54†††† And assoone as they were come out of the shippe, straightway they knew him,

41-6:55†††† And ranne foorth throughout all the region rounde about, & began to carry about in beddes those that were sicke, thither, where they heard that he was.

41-6:56†††† And whethersoeuer he entred, into townes, cities, or villages, they layde the sicke folkes in the streates, & prayed him that they myght touche and it were but the hemme of his garment: And as many as touched it, were made whole.

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Mark 7:

Chapter 7:37 Verses

41 Mark

(Bishops 1568) .

41-7:1††††† And the pharisees came together vnto hym, & certayne of the scribes which came from Hierusalem.

41-7:2††††† And whe they sawe some of his disciples eate bread with common [that is to say, with vnwasshen] hands, they founde fault.

41-7:3††††† For the pharisees and all the Iewes, except they wasshe their handes oft, eate not, obseruing the traditions of ye elders.

41-7:4††††† And [when they come] from the market, except they wasshe, they eate not. And many other things there be, which they haue taken vpon them to obserue [as] the wasshyng of cuppes and pottes, and brasen vessels, and of tables.

41-7:5††††† Then asked hym the pharisees and scribes: Why walke not thy disciples accordyng to the traditio of the elders, but eate bread with vnwasshen handes?

41-7:6††††† He aunswered, and sayde vnto them, that Esaias hath prophesied well of you hypocrites, as it is written: This people honoreth me with their lippes, but their heart is farre from me.

41-7:7††††† Howebeit, in vayne do they worship me, teachyng doctrines, the commaundementes of men.

41-7:8††††† For ye laye the commaundement of God apart, and obserue the tradition of me: as the wasshing of pottes & cuppes. And many other such like thinges ye do.

41-7:9††††† And he sayde vnto them: Well, ye cast asyde the commaundement of God, to mayntayne your owne tradition.

41-7:10†††† For Moyses sayde, Honor thy father and thy mother: and, who so curseth father or mother, let him dye the death.

41-7:11†††† But ye say, yf a man shall say to father or mother Corban (that is, by the gyft) that [is offred] of me, thou shalt be helped.

41-7:12†††† And so ye suffer hym no more to do ought for his father or his mother.

41-7:13†††† And make the worde of God of none effect, through your tradition, which ye haue ordeyned. And many such thinges do ye.

41-7:14†††† And when he had called