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a certain season, into the pool, || 14 Afterward Jesus findeth and troubled the water : Who- him in the temple, and said un. soever then first, after the trou to him, Behold, thou art made bling of the water, stepped in, whole : sin no more, lest a was made whole of whatsoever worse thing come unto thee. disease he had.

15 The man departed, and 5 And a certain man was told the Jews, that it was Jesus there, which had an infirmity which had made him whole. thirty and eight years.

16 And therefore did the Jews 6 When Jesus saw him lie, persecute Jesus, and sought to and knew that he had been now slay him, because he had done a long time in that case, he saith these things on the sabbathunto him, Wilt thou be made day. whole ?

17 But Jesus answered them, 7 The impotent man answer. My father worketh hitherto, and ed him, Sir, I have no man, I work. when the water is troubled, to 18 Therefore the Jews sought put me into the pool : but, the more to kill him, because while I am coming, another he not only had broken the sabsteppeth down before me. bath, but said also, that God

8 Jesus saith unto him, Rise, was his Father, making himself take up thy bed, and walk.

9 And immediately the man 19 Then answered Jesus, and was made whole, and took up | said unto them, Verily, verily, his bed, and walked: and on I say unto you, The Son can do the same day was the sabbath. nothing of himself, but what he

10 The Jews, therefore, said | seeth the Father do : for what unto him that was cured, It is things soever he doeth, these the sabbath-day; it is not law- also doeth the Son likewise. ful for thee to carry thy bed. 20 For the Father loveth the

11 He answered them, He that Son, and sheweth him all things made me whole, the same said that himself doeth : and he will unto me, Take up thy bed, and shew him greater works than walk.

these, that ye may marvel. 12 Then asked they him, 21 For as the Father raiseth What man is that which said up the dead, and quickeneth unto thee, Take up thy bed, and them ; even so the Son quick

eneth whom he will. 13 And he that was healed, | 22 For the Father judgeth no wist not who it was : for Jesus | man : but hath committed all had conveyed himself away, a judgment unto the Son : multitude being in that place. I 23 That all men should ho.

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not the Father, which hath sent 33 Ye sent unto John, and he

bare witness unto the truth. , 24 Verily, verily, I say unto 34 But I receive not testimoyou, He that heareth my word, ny from man : but these things and believeth on him that sent I say, that ye might be saved. me, hath everlasting life, and | 35 He was a burning and a shall not come into condem- | shining light; and ye were wilnation; but is passed from death ling for a season to rejoice in unto life.

his light. 25 Verily, yerily, I say unto 36 But I have greater witness you, The hour is coming, and than that of John; for the works, now is, when the dead shall which the Father hath given me hear the voice of the Son of to finish, the same works that God: and they that hear, shall I do, bear witness of me, that live.

the Father hath sent me.
26 For as the Father hath life 37 And the Father himself,
in himself, so hath he given to which hath sent me, hath borne
the Son, to have life in himself; witness of me. Ye have nei.

27 And hath given him autho- || ther heard his voice at any time,
rity to execute judgment also, || nor seen his shape.
because he is the Son of man. 38 And ye have not his word

28 Marvel not at this : for the abiding in you ; for whom he hour is coming, in the which hath sent, him ye believe not. all that are in the graves, shall 39 Search the Scriptures ; for hear his voice,

in them ye think ye have eter29 And shall come forth ; | nal life: and they are they which they that have done good, unto testify of me. the resurrection of life, and they 40 And ye will not come to that have done evil, unto the me, that ye might have life. resurrection of damnation. 41 I receive not honour from

30 I can of mine own self do men. nothing: as I hear, I judge, and || 42 But I know you, that ye my judgment is just ; because have not the love of God in I seek not mine own will, but you. the will of the Father which 43 I am come in my Father's hath sent me.

name, and ye receive me not: 31 If I bear witness of myself, if another shall come in his own my witness is not true.

name, him ye will receive. 32 There is another that bear- || 44 How can ye believe, which


receive honour one of another, I 8 One of his disciples, Anand seek not the honour that || drew, Simon Peter's brother, cometh from God only ?

saith unto him, 45 Do not think that I will ac- 9 There is a lad here, which cuse you to the Father : there | hath five barley-loaves, and two is one that accuseth you, even small fishes : but what are they Moses, in whom ye trust. among so many ?

46 For had ye believed Mo 10 And Jesus said, Make the ses, ye would have believed men sit down. Now there was me; for he wrote of me.

much grass in the place. So the 47 But if ye believe not his men sat down, in number about writings, how shall ye believe five thousand. my words?

11 And Jesus took the loaves;

and, when he had given thanks, CHAP. VI.

he distributed to the disciples,

and the disciples to them that FIVE THOUSAND FED.

were set down; and likewise AFTER these things, Jesus of the fishes, as much as they went over the sea of Galilee, would. which is the sea of Tiberias. | 12 When they were filled, he

2 And a great multitude fol- | said unto his disciples, Gather lowed him, because they saw || up the fragments that remain, his miracles, which he did on them that were diseased.

13 Therefore they gathered 3 And Jesus went up into a them together, and filled twelve mountain, and there he sat with baskets with the fragments of his disciples.

the five barley-loaves, which re4. And the passover, a feast of mained over and above unto the Jews, was nigh.

them that had eaten. 5 When Jesus then lifted up 14 Then those men, when his eyes, and saw a great com they had seen the miracle that pany come unto him, he saith Jesus did, said, This is of a unto Philip, Whence shall we || truth that prophet that should buy bread, that these may eat? | come into the world.

(And this he said to prove 15 When Jesus, therefore, him : for he himself knew what perceived that they would come, he would do.)

and take him by force, to make 7 Philip answered him, Two him a king, he departed again hundred pennyworth of bread into a mountain himself alone. is not sufficient for them, that 16 And when even was now every one of them may take a come, his disciples went down little.

unto the sea.

17 And entered into a ship, || they said unto him, Rabbi, and went over the sea toward || when camest thou hither ? Capernaum : and it was now 26 Jesus answered them, and dark, and Jesus was not come said, Verily, verily, I say unto to them.

you, Ye seek me, not because 18 And the sea arose, by rea- || ye saw the miracles, but beson of a great wind that blew. cause ye did eat of the loaves,

19 So when they had rowed and were filled. about five and twenty or thirty 27 Labour not for the meat furlongs, they see Jesus walk which perisheth, but for that ing on the sea, and drawing meat which endureth unto evernigh unto the ship : and they lasting life, which the Son of were afraid.

man shall give unto you : for 20 But he saith unto them, It || him hath God the Father seal. is I; be not afraid.

ed. 21 Then they willingly receiv. | 28 Then said they unto him, ed him into the ship; and im What shall we do, that we might mediately the ship was at the work the works of God ? land whither they went.

29 Jesus answered, and said 22 The day following, when unto them, This is the work of the people, which stood on the God, that ye believe on him other side of the sea, saw that whom he hath sent. there was none other boat there, 30 They said therefore unto save that one whereinto his dis- || him, What sign shewest thou ciples were entered, and that then, that we may see and be. Jesus went not with his dis- | lieve thee ? what dost thou ciples into the boat, but that work? his disciples were gone away || 31 Our fathers did eat manalone ;

na in the desert: as it is writ23 (Howbeit there came other ten, He gave them bread from boats from Tiberias, nigh unto heaven to eat. the place where they did eat || 32 Then Jesus said unto them, bread, after that the Lord had || Verily, verily, I say unto you, given thanks;)

Moses gave you not that bread 24. When the people, there from heaven; but my Father fore, saw that Jesus was not giveth you the true bread from there, neither his disciples, heaven. they also took shipping, and 1 33 For the bread of God is he came to Capernaum, seeking | which cometh down from hea. for Jesus.

ven, and giveth life unto the 25 And, when they had found world. him on the other side of the sea, | 34 Then said they unto him,


Lord, evermore give us this 44 No man can come to me, bread.

except the Father, which hath 35 And Jesus said unto them, sent me, draw him: and I I am the bread of life ; he that will raise him up at the last cometh to me, shall never hun- day. ger; and he that believeth on 45 It is written in the prome, shall never thirst.

phets, And they shall be all 36 But I said unto you, That | taught of God. Every man, ye also have seen me, and be therefore, that hath heard, and lieve not.

hath learned of the Father, com37 All that the Father giveth eth unto me. me, shall come to me; and him 46 Not that any man hath seen that cometh to me, I will in no the Father, save he which is of wise cast out.

God; he hath seen the Father. 38 For I came down from 47 Verily, verily, I say unto heaven, not to do mine own you, he that believeth on me, will, but the will of him that hath everlasting life. sent me.

48 I am that bread of life. 39 And this is the Father's || 49 Your fathers did eat manna will which hath sent me, that in the wilderness, and are dead. of all which he hath given me, 1 50 This is the bread which I should lose nothing, but cometh down from heaven, that should raise it up again, at the a man may eat thereof, and not last day.

die. 40 And this is the will of him 51 I am the living bread, that sent me, that everyone which came down from heaven: which seeth the Son, and be. | if any man eat of this bread, he lieveth on him, may have ever- |shall live for ever; and the lasting life : and I will raise bread that I will give is my him up at the last day.

Aesh, which I will give for the 41 The Jews then murmured life of the world. at him, because he said, I am || 52 The Jews, therefore, strove the bread which came down among themselves, saying, How from heaven.

can this man give us his flesh 42 And they said, Is not this to eat. Jesus, the son of Joseph, whose 53 Then Jesus said unto them, father and mother we know ? | Verily, verily, I say unto you, how is it then that he saith, I Except ye eat the flesh of the came down from heaven ? Son of man, and drink his

43 Jesus therefore answered, blood, ye have no life in you. and said unto them, Murmur 54 Whoso eateth my flesh, not among yourselves.

1 and drinketh my blood, hath

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