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New Testament Revision 1

  • Source Note
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Matthew, Chapter 9
And Jesus entered into a ship and passed over and came into his own City <​Thus far Transscribed April 7th 1831​>
<​April 7th))​> And behold they brought to him a m man sick of the palsy laying on a bed and Jesus knowing their faith said unto the sick of the palsey son be of good cheer thy sins be forgiven thee go thy way and sin no more and bhold certain of the scribes said within themselves this man blasphemeth and Jesus knowing their thoughts said wherefore is it that ye think evil in your hearts for is it not easier to say thy sins be forgiven thee or <​than​> to say arise and walk but I said it <​this​> that ye may know that the son of man hath power on earth to forgive sines then Jesus saith unto the sick of the palsey arise take up thy bed and go unto thy house and he immediately arose and went <​departed​> to his house but when the multitude saw it they marveled and glorified God which had given such power unto men and as Jesus passed forth from thence he saw a man named Mathew sitting at the receipt of custom and he saith unto him follow me and he arose and followed him and it came to pass as Jesus sat at meat in the house behold many publicans and sinners came and sat down with him and with his disciples and when the Pharasees saw them they said unto [p. 21]
Matthew, Chapter 9
And Jesus entered into a ship and passed over and came into his own City Thus far Transscribed April 7th 1831
April 7th)) And behold they brought to him a man sick of the palsy laying on a bed and Jesus knowing their faith said unto the sick of the palsey son be of good cheer thy sins be forgiven thee go thy way and sin no more and bhold certain of the scribes said within themselves this man blasphemeth and Jesus knowing their thoughts said wherefore is it that ye think evil in your hearts for is it not easier to say thy sins be forgiven thee than to say arise and walk but I said this that ye may know that the son of man hath power on earth to forgive sines then Jesus saith unto the sick of the palsey arise take up thy bed and go unto thy house and he immediately arose and departed to his house but when the multitude saw it they marveled and glorified God which had given such power unto men and as Jesus passed forth from thence he saw a man named Mathew sitting at the receipt of custom and he saith unto him follow me and he arose and followed him and it came to pass as Jesus sat at meat in the house behold many publicans and sinners came and sat down with him and with his disciples and when the Pharasees saw them they said unto [p. 21]
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