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 10721072 Luke vii. 40.Jesus answered and said unto him, Simon, I have something to say unto thee. And  he said unto him, Say on, my Master. 10731073 Luke vii. 41.Jesus said unto him, There were two debtors [Arabic, p. 58] to one creditor; and one of them owed five hundred pence, and the other  owed fifty pence. 10741074 Luke vii. 42.And because they had not wherewith to pay, he forgave  them both. Which of them ought to love him more? 10751075 Luke vii. 43.Simon answered and said, I suppose, he to whom he forgave most. Jesus said unto him, Thou hast judged rightly.  10761076 Luke vii. 44.And he turned to that woman, and said to Simon, Dost thou see this woman? I entered into thy dwelling, and thou gavest me not water to wash my feet: but this  woman hath bathed10771077 Lit. sunk, a word the choice of which is explained by the Syriac. my feet with her tears, and dried them with her hair. 10781078 Luke vii. 45.And thou kissedst me not: but this woman, since she10791079 Or, I. entered, hath not ceased to kiss my  feet. 10801080 Luke vii. 46.And thou anointedst not my head with oil:10811081 Same word in Arabic. but this woman hath anointed  my feet with sweet ointment.10821082 Same word in Arabic. 10831083 Luke vii. 47.And for this, I say unto thee, Her many sins are forgiven her, because she loved much; for he to whom little is forgiven loveth little. [9, 10] 10841084 Luke vii. 48.And he said unto that woman, Thy sins are forgiven thee. 10851085 Luke vii. 49.And those that were invited  began to say within themselves, Who is this that forgiveth sins also? 10861086 Luke vii. 50.And Jesus said to that woman, Thy faith hath saved thee; go in peace.
67 10871087 John ii. 23b.And many believed in him when they saw the signs which he was doing. [13, 14] 10881088 John ii. 24.But Jesus did not trust10891089 The meaning is not apparent. himself to them, 10901090 John ii. 25.for he knew every man, and he needed not any man to testify to him concerning every man; for he knew what was in man.
 10911091 Luke x. 1.And after that, Jesus set apart from his disciples other seventy, and sent them two and two before his face to every region and city whither he was purposing to  go. 10921092 Luke x. 2.And he said unto them, The harvest is abundant, and the labourers are few:  entreat now the Lord of the harvest, that he send forth labourers into his harvest. 10931093 Luke x. 3.Go  [Arabic, p. 59] ye: and lo, I am sending you as lambs among wolves. 10941094 Luke x. 4.Take not with you  purses, nor a wallet, nor shoes; neither salute any man in the way. 10951095 Luke x. 5.And  whatsoever house ye enter, first salute that house: 10961096 Luke x. 6.and if there be there a son of peace,  let your peace rest upon him; but if there be not, your peace shall return to you. 10971097 Luke x. 7.And be ye in that house eating and drinking what they have:10981098 cf. Syriac versions. for the labourer is worthy of  his hire. 10991099 Luke x. 8.And remove not from house to house. And into whatsoever city ye enter,  and they receive you, eat what is presented to you: 11001100 Luke x. 9.and heal the sick that are  therein, and say unto them, The kingdom of God is come near unto you. 11011101 Luke x. 10.But whatsoever city ye enter, and they receive you not, go out into the market, and say,  11021102 Luke x. 11.Even the dust that clave to our feet from your city, we shake off against you; but  know11031103 The first letter of the word has been lost. this,11041104 Lit. that, as often in this work. that the kingdom of God is come near unto you. 11051105 Luke x. 12.I say unto you, that for Sodom there shall be quiet in the day of judgement, but there shall not be for  that city. 11061106 Matt. xi. 20.Then began Jesus to rebuke the cities in which there had been many  mighty works,11071107 Lit. powers. and they repented not. 11081108 Matt. xi. 21.And he said, Woe unto thee, Chorazin! woe unto thee, Bethsaida! if there had been in Tyre and Sidon the signs which were in  thee, it may be that they would have repented in sackcloth and ashes. 11091109 Matt. xi. 22.Howbeit I say unto you, that for Tyre and Sidon there shall be rest in the day of judgement,  more than for you. 11101110 Matt. xi. 23.And thou, Capernaum, which art exalted unto heaven, shalt sink down unto Hades; for if there had been in Sodom the wonders11111111 The word as printed by Ciasca perhaps means gifts, but by dropping a point from the second letter we get the post-classical word given in the text above. which were  in thee, it would have remained until this day. 11121112 Matt. xi. 24.And now I say unto thee, that for the land of Sodom there shall be quiet in the day of judgement, more than for thee.
 [Arabic, p. 60] 11131113 Luke x. 16.And he said again unto his apostles, Whosoever heareth you heareth me; and whosoever heareth me heareth him that sent me: and whosoever wrongeth11141114 See below, § 20, 28, note. you wrongeth me; and whosoever wrongeth me wrongeth him that sent me.
 11151115 Luke x. 17.And those seventy returned with great joy, and said unto him, Our Lord, even  the devils also are subject unto us in thy name. 11161116 Luke x. 18.He said unto them, I beheld  Satan11171117 The word translated devil in preceding verse. fallen like lightning from heaven. 11181118 Luke x. 19.Behold, I am giving you authority to tread upon serpents and scorpions, and the whole race11191119 This is an Arabic clerical error for forces. The Syriac word for power means also military forces, which was apparently rendered in Arabic army, a word that differs from race only in diacritical points. of the enemy; and nothing shall  hurt you. 11201120 Luke x. 20.Only ye must not rejoice that the devils are subject unto you; but be glad that your names are written in heaven.
 11211121 Luke x. 21.And in that hour Jesus rejoiced in the Holy Spirit, and said, I acknowledge thee, my Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that thou didst hide these things from the wise and understanding, and didst reveal them unto children: yea, my Father; so  was thy will. 11221122 Luke x. 22.And he turned to his disciples,11231123 cf. Pesh. and A.V. margin. and said unto them, Everything hath been delivered to me of my Father: and no man knoweth who the Son is, save the Father; and who the Father is, save the Son, and to whomsoever the Son willeth  to reveal him. 11241124 Matt. xi. 28.Come unto me, all of you, ye that are wearied and bearers of burdens,  and I will give you rest. 11251125 Matt. xi. 29.Bear my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for11261126 Lit. that (cf. above, § 1, 50, note). I  am gentle and lowly in my heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. 11271127 Matt. xi. 30.For my yoke is pleasant, and my burden is light.
 11281128 Luke xiv. 25.And while great multitudes were going with him, he turned, and said unto them,  11291129 Luke xiv. 26.Whosoever cometh unto me, and hateth not his father, and his mother, and his brethren, and his sisters, and his wife, and his children, and himself11301130 Or, his life; or, his soul. also, cannot  [Arabic, p. 61] be a disciple to me. 11311131 Luke xiv. 27.And whosoever doth not take his cross, and follow  me, cannot be a disciple to me. 11321132 Luke xiv. 28.Which of you desireth to build a tower, 68and doth not sit down first and reckon his expenses and whether he hath enough to  complete it?11331133 This rendering assumes that tower is treated as feminine. 11341134 Luke xiv. 29.lest when he hath laid the foundations, and is not able to finish, all that  behold him11351135 Or, it. laugh at him, and say, 11361136 Luke xiv. 30.This man began to build, and was not able to  finish. 11371137 Luke xiv. 31.Or what king goeth to the battle to fight with another king,11381138 Or, a king like him. and doth not consider first whether he is able with ten thousand to meet him that cometh to him  with twenty thousand? 11391139 Luke xiv. 32.And if he is not able, he sendeth unto him while he is afar  off, and seeketh peace. 11401140 Luke xiv. 33.So shall11411141 Or, let. every man of you consider, that desireth to be a disciple to me; for if he renounceth not all that he hath, he cannot be a disciple to me.
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