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MATT. XXII, 14–16.

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See on chap. viii. ver. 12. clause 2. fore unto Cæsar the things which be c See on chap. xiii.ver. 42. clause 2. Cæsar's, and unto God the things VER. 14.

which be God's. And they could not

take hold of his words before the peoΠολλοί γάρ εισί κλητοι, ολίγοι δε εκλεκ- ple: and they marvelled at his anτοί. ,

swer, and held their peace, Luke xx. For many are called, a but few are

20-26. chosen.

• Every day they wrest my

words : a See on chap. vii. ver. 14. clause 2. all their thoughts are against me for VER. 15.

evil. They gather themselves togeΤότε πορευθέντες οι Φαρισαίοι, συμβού

ther, they hide themselves, they mark λιον έλαβον όπως αυτόν παγιδεύσωσιν εν y step, when they wait for my soul. λόγω.

Shall they escape by iniquity? in Then a went the Pharisees, and took God, Psal. Ivi. 5-7. They have pre

thine anger cast down the people, O counsel bhow they might entangle him pared a net for my steps ; my soul is in his talk.

bowed down: they have digged a pit a The kings of the earth set them- before me, into the midst whereof selves, and the rulers take counsel to- they are fallen themselves. Selah, lvii. gether, against the LORD, and against 6. For, lo, they lie in wait for my his anointed, saying, Psal. ii. 2. And soul : the mighty are gathered against they sent unto him certain of the Pha me; not for my transgression, nor for risees and of the Herodians, to catch my sin, Ó LORD, lix. 3. That make him in his words. And when they a man an offender for a word, and lay were come, they say unto him, Mas- a snare for him that reproveth in the ter, we know that thou art true, and gate, and turn aside the just for a carest for no man: for thou regardest thing of nought, Isa. xxix. 21. Then not the person of men, but teachest said they, Čome, and let us devise the way of God in truth: Is it lawful devices against Jeremiah ; for the to give tribute to Cæsar, or not? Shall law shall not perish from the priest, we give, or shall we not give? But he, nor counsel from the wise, nor the knowing their hypocrisy, said unto word from the prophet. Come, and them, Why tempt yeme? bring me a let us smite him with the tongue, and penny, that I may see it. And they let us not give heed to any of his brought it. And he saith unto them, words, Jer. xvüi. 18. For I heard Whose is this image and superscrip- the defaming of many, fear on every tion? And they said unto him, Cæ- side. Report, say they, and we will sar's. And Jesus answering said report it. All my familiars watched unto them, Render to Cæsar the things for my halting, saying, Peradventure that are Cæsar's, and to God the he will be enticed, and we shall prethings that are God's. And they vail against him, and we shall take marvelled at him, Mark xii. 13–17. our revenge on him, xx. 10. And as And they watched him, and sent he said these things unto them, the forth spies, which should feign them- Scribes and the Pharisees began to selves just men, that they might take urge him vehemently, and to provoke hold of his words, that so they might him to speak of many things. Laying deliver him unto the power and autho- wait for him, and seeking to catch rity of the governor. And they asked something out of his mouth, that they him, saying, Master, we know that might accuse him, Luke xi. 53, 54. thou sayest and teachest rightly, nei- For consider him that endured such ther acceptest thou the person of uny, contradiction of sinners against himbut teachest the way of God truly : self, lest ye be wearied and faint in Is it lawful for us to give tribute unto your minds, Heb. xii. 3. Cæsar,or no? But he perceived their

VER. 16. craftiness, and said unto them, Why tempt ye me? Shew me a penny. Και αποστέλλουσιν αυτώ τους μαθητές

Whose image and supesrcription hath αυτών μετά των Ηρωδιανών, λέγοντες: it? They answered and said, Cæsar's. Aidéonans, oždapety to åandns el, xxì thy And he said unto them, Render there is toữ Osū év åandzią didácxels, rai oi

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MATT. XXII. 16, 17.

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not me,

μέλει σοι περί ουδενός· ου γας βλέπεις εις | and it displeased him that there was na πρόσωπον ανθρώπων. .

judgment, Isa. lix. 13—15. And they And they sent out unto him their dis- lies: but they are not valiant for the

bend their tongues like their bow for ciples with a the Herodians, saying, "Mus


the earth ; for they proter, cwe know that thou art true, and teachest the way of God in truthi, neither ceed from evil to evil, and they know

saith the Lord. Take ye curcst thou for any man : for thou re

heed every one of his'neighbour, and gardest not the person of men.

trust ye not in any brother: for every a And the Pharisees went forth, and brother will utterly supplant, and straightway took counsel with the He every neighbour will walk with slanrodians against him, how they might ders. And they will deceive every one destroy him, Mark iii. 6. And be his neighbour, and will not speak the charged them, saying, Take heed, be truth : they have taught their tongue ware of the leaven of the Pharisees, to speak lies, and weary themselves -and of the leaven of Herod, viii. 15. to commit iniquity, Jer. ix. 3—5.

b And he said, Go into the city to Also, thou son of man, the children of such a man, and say unto him, The thy people still are talking against Master saith, My time is at hand; I thee by the walls and in the doors of will keep the Passover at thy house the houses, and speak one to another, with my disciples. And forthwith he every one to his brother, saying, Come, came to Jesus, and said, Hail, Master; I pray you, and hear what is the word and kissed him, Matt. xxvi. 18. 49. that cometh forth from the LORD. And And when he was gone forth into the they come unto thee as the people way, there came one running, and cometh, and they sit before thee as kneeled to him, and asked him, Good my people, and they hear thy words, Master, what shall I do that I may but they will not do them: for with inherit eternal life? Mark x. 17. And their mouth they shew much love, but Jesus answering said unto him, Simon, their heart goeth after their covetousI have somewhat to say unto thee. ness, Ezek. xxxiii. 30, 31. And he saith, Master, say on, Luke

VER. vii. 40. Ye call me Master and Lord : and ye say well; for so I am, John Souvai xñvcov Kaisage, în oð;

Είπε ούν ημίν, τί σοι δοκεί και έξεστι xiii. 13.

c For there is no faithfulness in their Tell us therefore, What thinkest thou ? mouth; their inward part is very

a is it lauful to give tribute unto b Cewickedness; their throat is an open sar, or not? sepulchre; they'fatter with their a And it yieldeth much increase tongue, Psal. v. 9. They speak va- unto the kings whom thou hast set nity every one with his neighbour : over us because of our sins : also they with fiattering lips and with a double have dominion over our bodies, and heart do they speak, xii. 2.


over our cattle, at their pleasure, and words of his mouth were smoother than we are in great distress, Neh. ir. butter, but war was in his heart : his 37. After this man rose Judas of words were softer than oil, yet were Galilee in the days of the taxing, and they drawn swords, lv. 21. A man drew away much people after him : that flattereth his neighbour spread- he also perished; and all, even as maeth a net for his feet, Prov. xxix. 5. ny as obeyed him, were dispersed, In transgressing and lying against Acts v. 37. For for this cause pay ye the Lord, and departing away from tribute also: for they are God's minisour God, speaking oppression and re- ters, attending continually upon this volt, conceiving and uttering from the very thing. Render therefore to all heart words of falsehood. And judg- their dues : tribute to whom tribute ment is turned away backward, and is due ; custom to whom custom ; justice standeth afar off : for truth is fear to whom fear; honour to whom fallen in the street, and equity cannot honour, Rom. xiii, 6,7. enter. Yea, truth faileth ; and he b And it came to pass in those days, that departeth from evil maketh him that there went out a decree from self a prey: and the LORD saw it, Cæsar Augustus, that all the worla

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MATT. XXII. 17-21,

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should be taxed, Luke ii. 1. And I unto Cæsar the things which are Cæsar's; from thenceforth Pilate sought to re- band unto God the things that are God's. lease him ; but the Jews cried out, a And when he was come into the saying, If thou let this man go, thou house, Jesus prevented him, saying, art not Cæsar's friend: whosoever What thinkset thou, Simon ? of whom maketh himself a king speaketh do the kings of the earth take custom against Cæsar. When Pilate there or tribute ? of their own children, or of fore heard that saying, he brought Je- strangers ? Peter saith unto him, Of sus forth, and sat down in the judg- strangers. Jesus saith unto him, Then ment seat in a place that is called the are the children free. NotwithstandPavement, but in the Hebrew, Gab- ing, lest we should offend them, go thou batha. And it was the preparation to the sea, and cast an hook, and take of the Passover, and about the sixth up the fish that first cometh up; and hour: and he saith unto the Jews, when thou hast opened his mouth, thou Behold your King ! But they cried shalt find a piece of money : that out, Away with him, away with him, take, and give unto them for me and crucify him. Pilate saith unto them, thee, Matt. xvii. 25—27. My son, Shall Î crucify your King? The Chief fear thou the Lord, and the king: Priests answered, We have no king and meddle not with them that are but Cæsar, John xix. 12–15. Whom given to change, Prov. xxiv. 21. And Jason hath received: and these all they began to accuse him, saying, We do contrary to the decrees of Cæsar, found this fellow perverting the nasaying that there is another king, tion, and forbidding to give tribute to one Jesus, Acts xvii. 7. While he Cæsar, saying that he himself is answered for himself, Neither against Christ a king, Luke xxiii. 2. Render the law of the Jews, neither against therefore to all their dues: tribute to the temple, nor yet against Cæsar, whom tribute is due ; custom to whom have I offended anything at all, xxv.8. custom ; fear to whom fear; honour VER. 18.

to whom honour, Rom. xiii. 7. νούς δε ο Ιησούς την πονηρίαν αυτών,

b Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt είπε: Τί με πειράζετε, υποκριταί ;

love the Lord thy God with all thy a But Jesus perceived their wickedness, heart, and with all thy soul, and with and said, “Why tempt ye me, ye hypo- all thy mind, ver. 37. Then said Je

sus unto him, Get thee hence, Satan : crites?

for it is written, Thou shalt worship the a See on chap. ix. ver. 4. clause 1: Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou b See on chap. xvi. ver. 1. clause 2.

serve, iv. 10. Shadrach, Meshach, VER. 19.

and Abednego, answered and said 'Ewidzičaré pai vouloua uhvrov. unto the king, o Nebuchadnezzar, Οι δε προσήνεγκαν αυτό δηνάριον. . we are not careful to answer thee in

Shew me the tribute money. And they this matter. If it be so our God, brought unto him a * penny.

whom we serve is able to deliver us • In value 7 pence halfpenny. from the burning fiery furnace, and he VER. 20.

will deliver us out of thine hand, O Kai Néya aúteisi Tivos in sixar aürn, King. But if not, be it known unto και η επιγραφή και

thee, O King, that we will not serve And he saith unto them, a Whose is this thy gods, nor worship the golden superscription ?

image which thou hast set up, Dan. • Or, inscription.

iii. 16—18. Now when Daniel knew

that the writing was signed, he went a Shew me a penny. Whose image into his house; and his windows beand superscription bath it? They an- ing open in his chamber toward Jeruswered and said, Cesar's, Luke u. 24. salem, he kneeled upon his knees VER. 21.

three times a day, and prayed and Λέγουσιν αυτω Καίσαρος. Τότε λέγει | gave thanks before his God, as he did αυτοϊς: "Απόδοτε ούν τα Καίσαρος, Καίσαρι | aforetime. Then these men assem. και τα του Θεού, τω Θεώ.

bled, and found Daniel praying and They say unto him, Cæsar's. Then making supplication before his God, saith he unto them, Render therefore vi. 10, 11. A son honoureth his fa

image and *

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MATT, XxU, 21-24.

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ther, and a servant his master: if then | And they were not able to resist the
I be a father, where is mine honour wisdom and the spirit by which he
and if I be a master, where is my fear? spake, Acts vi. 10. Let your speech
saith the LORD of hosts unto you, o be alway with grace, seasoned with
priests, that despise my name. And salt, that ye may know how ye ought
ye say, Wherein have we despised to answer every man, Col. iv. 6.
thy name? Mal. i. 6. But Peter and

VER, 23.
John answered and said unto them,
Whether it be right in the sight of

'Εν εκείνη την ημέρα προσήλθον αυτών God to hearken unto you more than Σαδδουκαίοι, οι λέγοντες μη είναι ανάστα

, unto God, judge ye, Acts iv. 19.

και επηρώτισαν αυτόν, , Then Peter and the other apostles an

The same day came to him a the Sadswered and said, We ought to obey ducees, 5 which say that there is no reGod rather than men, v. 29. Submit surrection, and asked him, yourselves to every ordinance of man a See on chap. iii. ver. 7. clause 1. for the Lord's sake : whether it be to

b Now

Christ be preached that the king, as supreme; Or unto gover- he rose from the dead, how say some nors, as unto them that are sent by among you that there is no resurhim for the punishment of evil-doers, rection of the dead? But if there be and for the praise of them that do no resurrection of the dead, then is well. For so is the will of God, that Christ not risen: And if Christ be with well-doing ye may put to silence not risen, then is our preaching vain, the ignorance of foolish men : As free, and your faith is also vain, 1 Cor. XV. and not using your liberty for a cloke 12–14. Who concerning the truth of maliciousness, but as the servants have erred, saying that the resurrecof God. Honour all men. Love the tion is past already; and overthrown brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the the faith of some, 2 Tim. ii. 18. king, 1 Pet. ii. 13—17.

VER. 24.
VER. 22.

Λέγοντες· Διδάσκαλε, Μωσης είπεν· και ακούσαντες, εθαύμασαν και αφέντες Εάν τις αποθάνη μη έχων τέκνα, επιγαμαυτόν, απήλθον.

βρεύσει ο αδελφός αυτού την γυναίκα αυτού, When they had heard these words, και αναστήσει σπέρμα τώ αδελφώ αυτού. a they marvelled, and left him, and went Saying, a Master, b Moses said, If a

man die, having no children, his bro a And when the multitude heard ther shall marry his wife, and raise up this, they were astonished at his seed unto his brother. doctrine, ver. 33. And no man was a Not every one that saith unto me, able to answer him a word, nei- Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingther durst any man from that day forth dom of heaven; but he that doeth ask him any more questions, 46. Be- the will of my Father which is in hold, I send you forth as sheep in the heaven, Matt. vii. 21. And why call midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the as serpents, and harmless as doves, things which I say, Luke vi. 46. x. 16. Answer not a fool according b And Judah said unto Onan, Go to his folly, lest thou also be like unto in unto thy brother's wife, and marry him. Answer a fool according to his her, and raise up seed to thy brother, folly, lest he be wise in his own con- Gen. xxxviii. 8. If brethren dwell ceit, Prov. xxvi. 4, 5. And he said together and one of them die, and unto them, Render therefore unto have no child, the wife of the dead Cæsar the things which be Cæsar's, shall not marry without unto a and unto God the things which be stranger : her husband's brother shall God's. And they could not take hold go in unto her, and take her to him of his words before the people: and to wife, and perform the duty of a they marvelled at his answer and husband's brother unto her. And it held their peace, Luke xx. 25, 26. For shall be, that the firstborn which she I will give you a mouth and wisdom, beareth shall succeed in the name of which all your adversaries shall not his brother which is dead, that his be able to gainsay nor resist, xxi. 15. name be not put out of Israel. And

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MATT. XXI. 24-30.

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if the man like not to take his bro- Therefore in the resurrection whose ther's wife, then let his brother's wife wife shall she be of the seven? for they go up to the gate unto the elders, and had her. say, My husband's brother refuseth

VER. 29. to raise up unto his brother a name 'Αποκριθείς δε ο Ιησούς είπεν αυτοίς in Israel, he will not perform the duty Naavãode, mis eišóreş tas ypapàs, unde of my husband's brother. Then the two dúvapiv TO REGŪ. elders of his city shall call him, and Jesus answered and said unto them, speak unto him : and if he stand to Ye do err, not knowing the Scriptures, it, and say, I like not to take her; nor the power of God. Then shall his brother's wife come

VER. 30. unto him in the presence of the elders, and loose his shoe from of his foot, ούτε εκγαμίζονται, αλλ' ώς άγγελοι του

'Εν γάς τη αναστάσει ούτε γαμούσιν, and spit in his face, and shall answer and say, So shall it be done unto that ecī év oupava slou. man that will not build up his bro- | For in a the resurrection b they neither ther's house. And his name shall be marry, nor ure given in marriuge, but called in Israel, the house of him that are cas the angels of God in heaven. hath his sboe loosed, Deut.xxv.5--10. a If a man die, shall he live again? And Naomi said, Turn again, my All the days of my appointed time daughters : why will ye go with me? will I wait, till my change come. are there yet any more sons in my Thou shalt call, and I will answer womb, that they may be your hus. thee : thou wilt have a desire to the bands? Ruth i. 11. Master, Moses work of thine hands, Job xiv. 14, 15. wrote unto us, If a man's brother die, For I know that my Redeemer livand leave his wife behind him, and eth, and that he shall stand at the leave no children, that his brother latter day upon the earth : And should take his wife, and raise up though after my skin worms destroy seed unto his brother, Mark xii. 19. this body, yet in my flesh shall I see Saying, Master, Moses wrote unto God: Whom I shall see for myself, us, If any man's brother die, having and mine eyes shall behold, and not a wife, and he die without children, another; though my reins be consumed that his brother should take his wife, within me, xix. 25—27. Thereand raise up seed unto his brother, fore my heart is glad, and my glory Luke xx. 28.

rejoiceth: my flesh also shall rest in VER. 25.

hope. For thou wilt not leave my "Hrav dà wag ipei intà dden polo xai soul in hell; neither wilt thou suffer ο πρώτος, γαμήσας ετελεύτησε και μη thine Holy One to see corruption. Thou έχων σπέρμα, αφήκε την γυναίκα αυτού τώ wilt shew me the path of life : in thy αδελφώ αυτού. .

presence is fulness of joy; at thy right Now there were with us seven bre- hand there are pleasures for everthren: and the first, when he had married more, Psal. xvi. 9–11. Like sheep a wife, deceased, and, having no issue, left they are laid in the grave; death his wife unto his brother:

shall feed on them; and the upright

shall have dominion over them in the VER. 26. Ομοίως και ο δεύτερος, και ο τρίτος, έως sume in the grave from their dwelling.

morning ; and their beauty shall conτων επτά. .

But God will redeem my soul from Likewise the second also, and the third, the power of the grave : for he shall unto the seventh.

receive me. Selah, xlix. 14, 15. He

will swallow up death in victory; VER. 27.

and the Lord God will wipe away "Totegov dè wártana svédays xai i tears from off all faces; and the rerurn.

buke of his people shall he take away

from off all the earth : for the LORD And last of all the women died also.

hath spoken it, Isa. xxv. 8. Thy dead VER. 28.

| men shall live, together with my dead 'Εν τη ούν αναστάσει, τίνος των επτά body shall they arise. Awake and έσται γυνή και πάντες γας έσχον αυτήν. sing, ye that dwell in dust: for thy dew

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