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Ch. to. Chrift's comm;ffion. St. (hall be more tolerable in that day for Sodom, than for that city. 12. At the Judgment. There will be fome punilhed in Hell more tolerably thanothers. 13. Wo unto thee Chorazin, wo unto thee Bethfaida : for if the mighty works had been done in Tyre and Sidon, which have been done in you , they had a great while ago repented, fitting in fack- cloth and ashes. rs. The fame means, which presaherb not with Tome, would have converted others that now perifh. 04. But it fhall be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon at the judgment, then for you. x5. And thou Ca- pernaum, which art exalted to hea- ven, fhall be thruft down to hell. 14,15. The lofs of the greateft means and mercy, prepareth for the heavieft Judgment. r6. He that heareth you, heareth me : and he that defpifeth you, de- fpifeth me : and he that defpifeth me, defpifeth him that fent me. 16. So far as you do my works, I will taste what is done to you as done to my fe1f. 37. And the feventy returned a- gain with joy, faying, Lord, even the devils are fubje& unto us through thy name. 18. And he Paid unto them, I beheld Satan as lightning, fall from heaven. 17, 18. Satan flnll he cart down from much of his Tyranny over Mankind, by me'and my Gofpel. 59. Behold, I give unto you pow- er to tread on ferpents and rcorplons, and over all the power of the enemy ; and nothing (hall by any means hurt you. 19. Note; The Kingdom of Chrift is fet up againft theDevil and his Kingdom, and not againftKings as filch. 2. It items Serpents are ufed as Satan's In. ftruments to hurt man. 20. Notwithffanding in this re- joyce not, that fpiritsare fubje&un- to you : but rather rejoyce, be- caufe your names are written in heaven. 20. Even wicked men may caft out Devils, but it's greater matter of joy to be Saints that mail be laved. Luke. to the Apofiles. Ch. x o. z 1. In that hour Jefus rejoyced in fpirit, and faid, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that thou haft hid thelè things from the wife and prudent, and haft revealed them unto babes : even fo, Father, for fo feemed it good in thy fight. 21. That thou haft revealed the heavenly Wifdomto thole that are defpifed, as unlearn- ed in the World, rather than to men counted wife and learned for their humane wit and knowledge. See 2datth. 11. 1 S. 22. And all things are delivered to me of my Father : and no man knoweth who the Son is, but the Father ; and who the Father is, but the Son, and he to whom the Son will reveal him. 22. Chrift is made the Lord of all; and he is perfe&ly known by none but God : And there is no true knowledge of God the Father, but by the teachingof Chrift. 23. And he turned him unto his difciples, and faid privately, Bleflèd are the eyes which fee the things that ye fee. 23. See Maul,. 13. 17. 24. For I tell you that many pro- phets and kings have defired to fee thofe things which ye fee, and have not feen them; and to hear thofe things which ye hear, and have not heard them. 24. Such as David, Solomon, Ifoiah, &c. 25. And behold, a certain Law- yer flood up, and tempteth him, faying, Mafter, what (hall I do to inherit eternal life. 21. To try his skill. 26. He Paid unto him, What is written in the law ? how readeft thou ? 26. Note, They err who fay, thatthe Law of Moles prefcribed nor the means to Eternal life. 27. And he anfwering, faid, Thou fhalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy foul, and with all thy flrength, and with all thy mind ; and thy neighbour as thy felt. 28. And he Paid unto him, Thou haft anfwered right: this do, and thou fhalt live. 27, aß