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 21832183 Matt. xxi. 12a; John ii. 14a.And when Jesus entered Jerusalem, he went up to the temple of God, and found  there oxen and sheep and doves. 21842184 Matt. xxi. 12b.And when he beheld those that sold and those that bought, and the money-changers sitting, 21852185 John ii. 14b.he made for himself a scourge of rope, and drove them all out of the temple, and the sheep and the oxen, and the money-changers; 21862186 Matt. xxi. 12c.and he threw down their money, and upset their tables, and the seats of  them that sold the doves; 21872187 Matt. xxi. 13.and he was teaching, and saying unto them, Is it not written, My house is a house of prayer for all peoples? and ye have made it a den  for robbers. 21882188 John ii. 16.And he said unto those that sold the doves, Take this hence, and  make not my Father’s house a house of merchandise. 21892189 Mark xi. 16.And he suffered not any  one to carry vessels inside the temple. 21902190 John ii. 17.And his disciples remembered the scripture,  The zeal of thy house hath eaten me up. 21912191 John ii. 18.The Jews answered and said unto him,  What sign hast thou shewn us, that thou doest this? 21922192 John ii. 19.Jesus answered and said unto  them, Destroy this temple, and I shall raise it in three days. 21932193 John ii. 20.The Jews said unto him, This temple was built in forty-six years, and wilt thou raise it in three days?  21942194 John ii. 21.But he spake unto them of the temple of his body, that when21952195 Or, if. they destroyed it, he  [Arabic, p. 122] would raise it in three days. 21962196 John ii. 22.When therefore he rose from among the dead, his disciples remembered that he said this; and they believed the scriptures, and the word that Jesus spake.
 21972197 Mark xii. 41.And when Jesus sat down over against the treasury, he observed how the multitudes were casting their offerings into the treasury: and many rich men were [13, 14] throwing in much. 21982198 Mark xii. 42a.And there came a poor widow, and cast in two mites. 21992199 Luke xxi. 3.And Jesus called his disciples, and said unto them, Verily I say unto you, This poor  widow cast into the treasury more than all the people: 22002200 Mark xii. 44a.and all of these cast into the place of the offering of God22012201 Lit. house of the offering of God, as in the ms. described by Gildemeister (at Luke xxi. 4); but it is simply a reproduction of the phrase used in the Peshitta at Luke xxi. 3. The parallel passages are a good deal fused together. of the superfluity of their wealth; while this woman of her want threw in all that she possessed.
 22022202 Luke xviii. 9.And he spake unto them this parable, concerning people who trusted in themselves  that they are righteous, and despised every man: 22032203 Luke xviii. 10.Two men went up to the  temple to pray; one of them a Pharisee, and the other a publican. 22042204 Luke xviii. 11.And the Pharisee stood apart,22052205 Lit. between him and himself. and prayed thus, O Lord, I thank thee, since I am not like the rest of men, the unjust, the profligate, the extortioners, or even like this publican; 93 22062206 Luke xviii. 12.but I fast two days a week, and tithe all my possessions.22072207 Or, gains. 22082208 Luke xviii. 13.And the publican was  standing at a distance, and he would not even lift up his eyes to heaven, but was  beating upon his breast, and saying, O Lord, have mercy on me, me the sinner. 22092209 Luke xviii. 14.I say unto you, that this man went down justified to his house more than the Pharisee. Every one that exalteth himself shall be abased; and every one that abaseth himself shall be exalted.
 [Arabic, p. 123] 22102210 Mark xi. 19a; Matt. xxi. 17.And when eventide was come, he left all the people, and went outside the  city to Bethany, he and his twelve, and he remained there. 22112211 Luke ix. 11.And all the people, because they knew the place, came to him, and he received them; and them that  had need of healing he healed. 22122212 Mark xi. 12.And on the morning of the next day, when he returned  to the city from Bethany, he hungered. 22132213 Mark xi. 13.And he saw a22142214 Lit. one (Syriac). fig tree at a distance on the beaten highway, having on it leaves. And he came unto it, expecting to find something on it; and when he came, he found nothing on it but the leaves—it22152215 Lit. and it. was not  the season of figs—22162216 Mark xi. 14.and he said unto it, Henceforward for ever let no man eat fruit of thee. And his disciples heard.
 22172217 Mark xi. 15a; John iii. 1.And they came to Jerusalem. And there was there a man of the Pharisees,  named Nicodemus, ruler of the Jews. 22182218 John iii. 2.This man came unto Jesus by night, and said unto him, My Master, we know that thou hast been sent from God as a teacher; and no man can do these signs that thou doest, except him whom God is  with. 22192219 John iii. 3.Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, If a man  be not born a second time, he cannot see the kingdom of God. 22202220 John iii. 4.Nicodemus said unto him, How can a man who is old be born? can he, think you, return again to  his mother’s womb a second time, to enter and be born? 22212221 John iii. 5.Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, If a man be not born of water and the Spirit,  he cannot enter the kingdom of God. 22222222 John iii. 6.For he that is born of flesh is flesh; and he that  is born of Spirit is spirit. 22232223 John iii. 7.Wonder not that I said unto thee that ye must be born a  [Arabic, p. 124] second time. 22242224 John iii. 8.The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest its voice, but thou knowest not from what place it cometh, nor whither it goeth: so  is every man that is born of the Spirit. 22252225 John iii. 9.Nicodemus answered and said unto him,  How can that be? 22262226 John iii. 10.Jesus answered and said unto him, Art thou teaching22272227 Or the teacher of. Israel,  and yet knowest not these things? 22282228 John iii. 11.Verily, verily, I say unto thee, What we know  we say, and what we have seen we witness: and ye receive not our witness. 22292229 John iii. 12.If I said unto you what is on earth, and ye believed not, how then, if I say unto you  what is in heaven, will ye believe? 22302230 John iii. 13.And no man hath ascended up into heaven, except him that descended from heaven, the Son of man, which is in heaven.  22312231 John iii. 14.And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so is the Son of man to be  lifted up; 22322232 John iii. 15.so that every man who may believe in him may not perish, but have  eternal life. 22332233 John iii. 16.God so loved the world, that22342234 The Arabic particle means in order that. Perhaps it is a clerical error for so that; or it may be meant to represent the Syriac. he should give his only Son; and so every one that believeth on him should not perish, but should have eternal life.  22352235 John iii. 17.God sent not his Son into the world to judge the world; but that the world might  be saved by his hand. 22362236 John iii. 18.He that believeth in him shall not be judged: but he that believeth not is condemned beforehand, because he hath not believed in the name  of the only Son, the Son of God.22372237 The translator has followed too closely the order of words in his Syriac original, which agrees with the Text. Rec. 22382238 John iii. 19.This is the judgement, that the light came into the world, and men loved the darkness more than the light; because their deeds  were evil. 22392239 John iii. 20.Whosoever doeth evil deeds hateth the light, and cometh not to the  light, lest his deeds be reproved. 22402240 John iii. 21.But he that doeth the truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be known, that they have been done in God.
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