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 13321332 Matt. xiv. 25.And in the fourth watch of the night Jesus came unto them, walking upon the  13331333 John vi. 19a, c.water, after they had rowed13341334 Lit. travelled. with difficulty about twenty-five or thirty furlongs. 73 13351335 Matt. xiv. 26.And when he drew near unto their boat, his disciples saw him walking on the water; and they were troubled, and supposed that it was a false appearance; and they cried  out from their fear. 13361336 Matt. xiv. 27.But Jesus straightway spoke unto them, and said, Take courage,  for it is I; fear not. 13371337 Matt. xiv. 28.Then Cephas answered and said unto him, My Lord, if it be thou,  bid me to come unto thee on the water. 13381338 Matt. xiv. 29.And Jesus said unto him, Come. And  Cephas went down out of the boat, and walked on the water to come unto Jesus. 13391339 Matt. xiv. 30.But [Arabic, p. 74] when he saw the wind strong, he feared, and was on the point of sinking;  and he lifted up his voice, and said, My Lord, save me. 13401340 Matt. xiv. 31.And immediately our Lord stretched out his hand and took hold of him, and said unto him,  Thou of little faith, why didst thou doubt? 13411341 Matt. xiv. 32.And when Jesus came near, he went up  unto them into the boat, he and Simon, and immediately the wind ceased. 13421342 Matt. xiv. 33.And those that were in the ship came and worshipped him, and said, Truly thou art the  Son of God. 13431343 John vi. 21b.And straightway that ship arrived at the land which they made for.  13441344 Mark vi. 54a; Mark vi. 51b.And when they came out of the ship to the land, they marvelled greatly and were  perplexed in themselves: 13451345 Mark vi. 52.and they had not understood by means of13461346 Lit. from. that bread, because their heart was gross.
 13471347 Mark vi. 54; Mark vi. 55.And when the people of that region knew of the arrival of Jesus, they made haste in all that land, and began to bring those that were diseased,13481348 Strictly used of severe chronic disease. borne in their  beds to the place where they heard that he was. 13491349 Mark vi. 56.And wheresoever the place might be which he entered, of the villages or the cities, they laid the sick in the markets, and sought of him that they might touch13501350 cf. § 12, 13, and note to § 8, 17. were it only the edge of his garment: and all that touched13511351 The word used at § 12, 35. him were healed and lived.13521352 Or, revived, i.e., made to live.
 13531353 John vi. 22a.And on the day after that, the multitude which was standing on the shore of the sea saw that there was there no other ship save that into which the disciples had  gone up, 13541354 John vi. 23.and that Jesus went not up into the ship with his disciples (but there were other ships from Tiberias near13551355 Lit. on the border of. the place where they ate the bread when Jesus blessed  it): 13561356 John vi. 24.and when that multitude saw that Jesus was not there, nor yet his disciples, they  [Arabic, p. 75] went up into those ships, and came to Capernaum, and sought Jesus. 13571357 John vi. 25.And when they found him on the other side of the sea, they said unto him, Our  Master, when camest thou hither? 13581358 John vi. 26.Jesus answered and said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Ye have not sought me because of13591359 Or, for the sake of. your seeing the signs, but because of  your eating the bread and being satisfied. 13601360 John vi. 27.Serve not the food which perisheth, but the food which abideth in eternal life,13611361 Sic. which the Son of man will give unto you: him13621362 Lit. this.  hath God the Father sealed. 13631363 John vi. 28.They said unto him, What shall we do that we may  work the work of God? 13641364 John vi. 29.Jesus answered and said unto them, This is the work of  God, that ye believe in him whom he hath sent. 13651365 John vi. 30.They said unto him, What sign hast thou done, that we may see, and believe in thee? what hast thou wrought?  13661366 John vi. 31.Our fathers ate the manna in the wilderness; as it was written, Bread from heaven  gave he them to eat. 13671367 John vi. 32.Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Moses gave you not bread from  heaven; but my Father gave13681368 Represents a mistaken vocalisation of the Peshitta. you the bread of truth13691369 Lit. equity; see above, § 3, 53, note. from heaven. 13701370 John vi. 33.The bread of God is that which came down from heaven and gave the [28, 29] world life. 13711371 John vi. 34.They said unto him, Our Lord, give us at all times this bread. 13721372 John vi. 35.Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: whosoever cometh unto me shall not hunger,  and whosoever believeth in me shall not thirst for ever. 13731373 John vi. 36.But I said unto you,  Ye have seen me, and have not believed. 13741374 John vi. 37.And all that my Father hath given to me cometh unto me; and whosoever cometh unto me I shall not cast him forth without.  13751375 John vi. 38.I came down from heaven, not to do my own will, but to do the will of him  that sent me; 13761376 John vi. 39.and this is the will of him that sent me, that I should lose nothing of  [Arabic, p. 76] that which he gave me, but raise it up in the last day. 13771377 John vi. 40.This is the will of my Father, that every one that seeth the Son, and believeth in him, should have eternal life; and I will raise him up in the last day.
 13781378 John vi. 41.The Jews therefore murmured against him because of his saying, I am the bread  which came down from heaven. 13791379 John vi. 42.And they said, Is not this Jesus, the son of Joseph, whose father and mother we know? then how saith this man, I came down from [37, 38] heaven? 13801380 John vi. 43.Jesus answered and said unto them, Murmur not one with another. 13811381 John vi. 44.No 74man is able to come unto me, except the Father which sent me draw him; and I will  raise him up in the last day. 13821382 John vi. 45.It is written in the prophet, They shall all be the taught of God. Every one who heareth from the Father now,13831383 i.e., therefore (see note, § 9, 21). and learneth of him, cometh  unto me. 13841384 John vi. 46.No man now seeth the Father; but he that is from God, he it is that seeth  the Father. 13851385 John vi. 47.Verily, verily, I say unto you, Whosoever believeth in me hath eternal [42, 43] life. 13861386 John vi. 48.I am the bread of life. 13871387 John vi. 49.Your fathers ate the manna in the wilderness, and  they died. 13881388 John vi. 50.This is the bread which came down from heaven, that a man may eat  of it, and not die. 13891389 John vi. 51.I am the bread of life which came down from heaven: and if a man eat of this bread he shall live for ever: 13901390 John vi. 51b; in Ciasca’s text John vi. 51b–71 are cited as vi. 52–72. (See Introduction, 20, note.)and the bread which I shall give is my body, which I give for the life of the world.
 13911391 John vi. 52.The Jews therefore quarrelled one with another, and said, How can he give us  [Arabic, p. 77] his body that we may eat it? 13921392 John vi. 53.Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, If ye do not eat the body of the Son of man and drink his blood, ye shall  not have life in yourselves. 13931393 John vi. 54.Whosoever eateth of my body and drinketh of my blood  hath eternal life; and I will raise him up in the last day. 13941394 John vi. 55.My body truly is meat,13951395 Or, eaten. and  my blood truly is drink.13961396 Or, drunk. 13971397 John vi. 56.Whosoever eateth my body and drinketh my blood abideth  in me, and I in him—13981398 John vi. 57.as the living Father sent me, and I am alive because of the  Father; and whosoever eateth me, he also shall live because of me. 13991399 John vi. 58.This is the bread which came down from heaven: and not according as your fathers ate the  manna, and died: whosoever eateth of this bread shall live for ever. 14001400 John vi. 59.This he said in  the synagogue, when he was teaching in Capernaum. 14011401 John vi. 60.And many of his disciples, when they heard, said, This word is hard; who is he that can hear it?
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