Baxter - Houston-Packer Collection BS2096.A1 1701 .P3

Ch. 7. Crumbsfor dogs. Sr. man. ai. For from within, out of the heart of men , proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders, 2 2. Thefts, covetouf- nefs, wickednefs, deceit, lafciviouf- nefs, an evil eye, blafphemy, pride, foolifhnefs : 23. All thefe evil things come fromwithin, and defile the man. z;. Theft make him a Sinner and guilty. 'And fo do Gluttony and Drunkennefa, but not as Meet and Drink, but as finful Excels. 24. And from thence he arofe, and went into the borders of Tyre and Sidon , and ,entred into an houle , and would have no man know it ; but he could not be hid. 25. For a certain woman, whofe young daughter had an unclean fpirit, heardof him, and came and fell at his feet :" 26. (The woman was a Greek, a Syrophenician by nation) and the befought him that he would caft forth the devil out. of -her daughter. 27.- ButJefus laid unto her, Let the children firít be filled : for it is not meet to take the ehildrens bread, and to call at unto the dogs. 26. N. Phenice and Canaan were one place. 27. I am Cent firft to the Ifraelitea, God's peculiarpeople,with whomyou Canaanites, go for dogs, and mull not have their parr. 28. And the anfwered and Paid untohim, Yes Lord : yet the dogs under the table eat of the childrens crumbs. 29. And he laid untoher, For this Paying go thy way, the devil is gone out of thy daughter. 3o. And when the was come to her houle, the found the devil gone -out, andher daughter laid.upon the bed. 28, dre. N. Not for the, Wittinefs of her laying, but for her Faith and Impartsanity. They thatwill take no denial of Chrift, (hall have no denial. . 35. And again departing from the coatis of Tyre and Sidon, he came unto the lea of Galilee through the midit of the coals of Decapolis. 32. And they bring unto hien one that was, deaf , and Mark. Deaf cured. Ch. 7, had an impediment in his fpeech : and they befeech him to put his hand upon him, 33. And he took him afide from the multitude, and Put his fingers into his ears, and he fpit and touched histongue. 34. And looking up to heaven, he fighed, and faithunto him, Eplrphatha, that is, Be -opened. 3g. And ftraight- way his ears were opened, and the firing of his tongue was' loofed , and he fpake plain. 36. And he charged them that they fhould tall no man : but the more he char- ged them, fo much the more a great deal they publifhed it, 37. And were beyond meafure aftonifh- 'ed, laying, He hath done all things well : he maketh both the deaf to hear, and the dumb to fpeake. $3. Chrift's looking up to heaven and fighing, implieth Tome more than ordinary Difficulty in the cure. Bodily Mercies are mag- nified byall. C H A P. VIII. r. N thofe days the multitude be- 1 ing very great, and having nothing to eat, Jefus called his dif- ciples unto him , and faith unto them. 2. I have compafiion on the multitude, becaufe they have now been with me three days, and have nothing toe : 3. And if I fend them away facing to their own hou- fes, they wil faint by the way for divers of them came from far. 2. Chrift's Compaffion is our great Confo lationand groundofTruft. 4. And his difciples anfwered him, from whence can a man fatis- fie thefe men with bread here in the wildernefs ? g. And he asked. them, How many loaves have ye? And they Paid, Seven. 6. And he commanded the people to fit down on the ground : and he took the (e- ven loaves, and gave thanks, and brake, and gave to his difciplesto let before them and they did let'thett before