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 [Arabic, p. 38] 753753 Matt. vi. 24.No man can serve two masters; and that because it is necessary that he hate one of them and love the other, and honour one of them and despise the  other. 754754 Matt. vi. 25.Ye cannot serve God and possessions. And because of this I say unto you, Be not anxious for yourselves,755755 Or, your souls; or, your lives. what ye shall eat and what ye shall drink; neither for your bodies, what ye shall put on. Is not the life better than the food, and the body  than the raiment? 756756 Matt. vi. 26.Consider the birds of the heaven, which sow not, nor reap, nor store in barns; and yet your Father which is in heaven feedeth them. Are not ye  better than they? 757757 Matt. vi. 27.Who of you when he trieth is able to add to his stature one  cubit? 758758 Luke xii. 26.If then ye are not able for a small thing, why are ye anxious about the [6, 7] rest? 759759 Matt. vi. 28.Consider the wild lily, how it grows, although it toils not, nor spins; 760760 Matt. vi. 29.and I say unto you that Solomon in the greatness of his glory was not clothed like one of  them. 761761 Matt. vi. 30.And if God so clothe the grass of the field, which to-day is, and to-morrow  is cast762762 Lit. falleth (cf. Syriac). into the oven, how much more shall be unto you, O ye of little faith! 763763 Matt. vi. 31.Be not anxious, so as to say, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, With  what shall we be clothed? 764764 Luke xii. 29b.Neither let your minds be perplexed in this: 765765 Matt. vi. 32.all these things the nations of the world seek; and your Father which is in heaven knoweth  your need of all these things. 766766 Matt. vi. 33.Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness;  [Arabic, p. 39] and all these shall come to you as something additional for you. 767767 Matt. vi. 34.Be not anxious for the morrow; for the morrow shall be anxious for what belongs to it. Sufficient unto the day is its evil.
 768768 Matt. vii. 1.Judge not, that ye be not judged: 769769 Luke vi. 37b.condemn770770 The word means to contend successfully, but is used throughout by our translator in the sense of condemn. not, that ye be not condemned:  771771 Luke vi. 38.forgive, and it shall be forgiven you: release, and ye shall be released: give, that ye may be given unto; with good measure, abundant, full, they shall thrust772772 This is the reading adopted by Ciasca in his Latin version. The diacritical points in the Arabic text, as he has printed it (perhaps a misprint), give second person plural passive instead of third plural active. into your  bosoms. 773773 Mark iv. 24b.With what measure ye measure it shall be measured to you. See to it what ye hear: with what measure ye measure it shall be measured to you; and ye  shall be given more. 774774 Mark iv. 25.I say unto those that hear, He that hath shall be given unto; and he that hath not, that which he regards775775 cf. Luke viii. 18b. Our translator uses the same word in § 50, 5=Luke xxiii. 8b; and in both cases it represents the same word in the Syriac versions. as his shall be taken from him.
 776776 Luke vi. 39.And he spake unto them a parable, Can a blind man haply guide a blind man?  shall777777 Or, Do. they not both fall into a hollow? 778778 Luke vi. 40.A disciple is not better than his master;  every perfect man shall be as his master. 779779 Luke vi. 41.Why lookest thou at the mote which is in the eye of thy brother, but considerest not the column that is in thine own eye?  780780 Luke vi. 42.Or how canst thou say to thy brother, Brother, I will take out the mote from thine eye; and the column which is in thine eye thou seest not? Thou hypocrite, take out first the column from thine eye; and then shalt thou see to take out the mote from the eye of thy brother.
 782782 Luke xi. 5.And he said unto them, Who of you, that hath a friend, goeth to him at midnight,  and saith unto him, My friend, lend me three loaves; 783783 Luke xi. 6.for a friend hath come  to me from a journey, and I have nothing to offer to him: 784784 Luke xi. 7.and that friend shall [Arabic, p. 40] answer him from within, and say unto him, Trouble me not; for the door is shut, and my children are with me in bed, and I cannot rise and give thee?  785785 Luke xi. 8.And verily I say unto you, If he will not give him because of friendship, yet because  of his importunity he will rise and give him what he seeketh. 786786 Luke xi. 9.And I also say unto you, Ask, and ye shall be given unto; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be  opened unto you. 787787 Luke xi. 10.Every one that asketh receiveth, and he that seeketh findeth, and  he that knocketh, it shall be opened to him. 788788 Luke xi. 11.What father of you, shall his son ask for bread—will he, think you, give him a stone? 789789 The Arabic might also be rendered, What father of you whom his son asketh for bread, will (think you) give him a stone? But as the Peshitta preserves the confused construction of the Greek, it is probably better to render as above.and if he ask of him a fish, will he,  think you, 790790 Luke xi. 12.instead of the fish give him a serpent? and if he ask him for an egg, will 60 he, think you, extend to him a scorpion? 791791 Luke xi. 13.If ye then, although being evil, know the gifts which are good, and give them to your children, how much more shall your  Father which is in heaven give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him? 792792 Matt. vii. 12.Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: this is the law and the prophets.
 793793 Matt. vii. 13.Enter794794 There is nothing about striving. The verb is walaga, which means enter (cf. § 11, 48). ye by the narrow gate; for the wide gate and the broad way lead to destruction,  and many they be which go therein. 795795 Matt. vii. 14.How narrow is the gate and straitened the way leading to life! and few be they that find it.
 796796 Matt. vii. 15.Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s797797 Or, lambs’. clothing, while within  they are ravening wolves. 798798 Matt. vii. 16a.But by their fruits ye shall know them. 799799 Luke vi. 44.For every tree is known by its fruit. For figs are not gathered800800 The verbs might be singular active, but not plural as in Syriac versions (cf., however, § 38, 43, note, end). In the Borg. ms. the nouns are in the accusative. of thorns, neither are grapes plucked of  briers. 801801 Matt. vii. 17.Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit, but the evil tree bringeth  [Arabic, p. 41] forth evil fruit. 802802 Matt. vii. 18.The good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can the  evil tree bring forth good fruit. 803803 Luke vi. 45.The good man from the good treasures that are in his heart bringeth forth good things; and the evil man from the evil treasures that are in his heart bringeth forth evil things: and from the overflowings of the  heart the lips speak. 804804 Matt. vii. 19.Every tree that beareth not good fruit is cut down and cast [40, 41] into the fire. 805805 Matt. vii. 20.Therefore by their fruits ye shall know them. 806806 Matt. vii. 21.Not all that say unto me, My Lord, my Lord, shall enter the kingdom of the heavens; but he that doeth  the will of my Father which is in heaven. 807807 Matt. vii. 22.Many shall say unto me in that day, My Lord, my Lord, did we not prophesy in thy name, and in thy name cast out  devils, and in thy name do many powers? 808808 Matt. vii. 23.Then shall I say unto them, I never  knew you: depart from me, ye servants of iniquity. 809809 Luke vi. 47.Every man that cometh unto  me, and heareth my sayings, and doeth them, I will shew you to what he is like: 810810 Luke vi. 48.he is like the wise man which built a house, and digged and went deep, and laid the  foundations on a rock: 811811 Matt. vii. 25.and the rain came down, and the rivers overflowed, and the winds blew, and shook that house, and it fell not: for its foundation was laid on  rocks. 812812 Matt. vii. 26.And every one that heareth these my words, and doeth them not, is like  the foolish man which built his house on sand, without foundation: 813813 Matt. vii. 27.and the rain descended, and the rivers overflowed, and the winds blew, and smote upon that house, and it fell: and the fall of it was great.
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