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    Section XXXIII.

    [1] [Arabic, p. 125] 2241

    2241 Mark xi. 19.

    And when evening came, Jesus went forth outside of the city, he and his [2] disciples2242

    2242 Mark xi. 20.

    And as they passed in the morning, the disciples saw that fig tree [3] withered away from its root.  2243

    2243 Matt. xxi. 20b.

    And they passed by, and said, How did the fig tree dry [4] up immediately?  2244

    2244 Mark xi. 21.

    And Simon remembered, and said unto him, My Master, behold, [5] that fig tree which thou didst curse hath dried up.  2245

    2245 Mark xi. 22.

    And Jesus answered and said [6] unto them, Let there be in you the faith of God2246

    2246 Mark xi. 23.

    Verily I say unto you, if ye believe, and doubt not in your hearts, and assure yourselves that that will be which [7] ye say, ye shall have what ye say.  2247

    2247 Matt. xxi. 21b.

    And if ye say to this mountain, Remove, and [8] fall2248

    2248 Syr.

    into the sea, it shall be.  2249

    2249 Matt. xxi. 22.

    And all that ye ask God in prayer, and believe, he [9, 10] will give you.  2250

    2250 Luke xvii. 5.

    And the apostles2251

    2251 The Syriac word.

    said unto our Lord, Increase our2252

    2252 Lit. Increase us in.


    2253 Luke xvii. 6.

    He said unto them, If there be in you faith like a grain of mustard, ye shall say to this fig tree, Be thou torn up, and be thou planted in the sea; and it will obey you.  [11] 2254

    2254 Luke xvii. 7.

    Who of you hath a servant driving a yoke of oxen or tending sheep, and if he [12] come from the field, will say unto him straightway, Go and sit down?  2255

    2255 Luke xvii. 8.


    2256 Or, But.

    he will say unto him, Make ready for me wherewith I may sup, and gird thy waist, and serve me, till I eat and drink; and afterwards thou shalt eat and drink also.  [13] 2257

    2257 Luke xvii. 9.

    Doth that servant haply, who did what he was bid, receive his praise?  I think [14] not.  2258

    2258 Luke xvii. 10.

    So ye also, when ye have done all that ye were bid, say, We are idle servants; what it was our duty to do, we have done.

    [15] 2259

    2259 Mark xi. 24.

    For this reason I say unto you, Whatever ye pray and ask, believe that ye [16] [Arabic, p. 126] receive, and ye shall have.  2260

    2260 Mark xi. 25.

    And when ye stand to pray, forgive what is in your heart against any man; and your Father which is in heaven will [17] forgive you also your wrong-doings.  2261

    2261 Mark xi. 26.

    But if ye forgive not men their wrong-doings, neither will your Father forgive you also your wrong-doings.

    [18] 2262

    2262 Luke xviii. 1.

    And he spake unto them a parable also, that they should pray at all times, and [19] not be slothful2263

    2263 Luke xviii. 2.

    There was a judge in a city, who feared not God, nor was ashamed [20] for men:  2264

    2264 Luke xviii. 3.

    and there was a widow in that city; and she came unto him, and said, [21] Avenge me of mine adversary2265

    2265 Luke xviii. 4.

    And he would not for a long time:  but afterwards he said within himself, If of God I have no fear, and before men I have no shame; [22] 2266

    2266 Luke xviii. 5.

    yet because this widow vexeth me, I will avenge her, that she come not at all times [23, 24] and annoy me.  2267

    2267 Luke xviii. 6.

    And our Lord said, Hear ye what the judge of injustice said.  2268

    2268 Luke xviii. 7.

    And shall not God still more do vengeance for his elect, who call upon him in the night [25] and in the day, and grant them respite?  2269

    2269 Luke xviii. 8.

    I say unto you, He will do vengeance for them speedily. Thinkest thou the Son of man will come and find faith on the earth?

    [26, 27] 2270

    2270 Mark xi. 15a.

    And they came again to Jerusalem2271

    2271 Luke xx. 1.

    And it came to pass, on one of the days, as Jesus was walking in the temple, and teaching the people, and preaching the [28] gospel, 2272

    2272 Luke xx. 2a.

    that the chief priests and the scribes with the elders came upon him, and said unto him, Tell us:  2273

    2273 Mark xi. 28b.

    By what power doest thou this? and who gave thee this [29] power to do that?  2274

    2274 Mark xi. 29a; Matt. xxi. 24b.

    And Jesus said unto them, I also will ask you one word, and if [30] ye tell me, I also shall tell you by what power I do that.  2275

    2275 Matt. xxi. 25a.

    The baptism of John, from [31] what place is it? from heaven or of men?  2276

    2276 Mark xi. 30b.

    Tell me.  2277

    2277 Matt. xxi. 25b.

    And they reflected within themselves, [Arabic, p. 127] and said, If we shall say unto him, From heaven; he will say unto [32] us, For what reason did ye not believe him?  2278

    2278 Matt. xxi. 26a.


    2279 Verse 26 begins here in the Greek.

    if we shall say, Of men; [33] we fear2280

    2280 From Mark.

    that the people will stone us, all of them.  2281

    2281 Luke xx. 6b; Mark xi. 32b.

    And all of them were holding2282

    2282 cf. Syriac.

    [34] to John, that he was a true prophet2283

    2283 Mark xi. 33.

    They answered and said unto him, We know [35] not.  2284

    2284 Matt. xxi. 28.

    Jesus said unto them, Neither tell I you also by what power I work.  What think ye?  A man had two sons; and he went to the first, and said unto him, My [36] son, go to-day, and till in the vineyard2285

    2285 Matt. xxi. 29.

    And he answered and said, I do not wish [37] to:  but finally he repented, and went.  2286

    2286 Matt. xxi. 30.

    And he went to the other, and said unto [38] him likewise.  2287

    2287 Matt. xxi. 31.

    And he answered and said, Yea, my lord:  and went not.  Which of these two did the will of his father?  They said unto him, The first.  Jesus said unto them, Verily I say unto you, The publicans and harlots go before you into [39] the kingdom of God2288

    2288 Matt. xxi. 32.

    John came unto you in the way of righteousness, and ye believed him not; but the publicans and harlots believed him; and ye, not even when ye saw, did ye repent at last, that ye might believe in him.

    [40] 2289

    2289 Matt. xxi. 33a.

    Hear another parable:  A man was a householder, and planted a vineyard, and surrounded it with a hedge, and digged in it a winepress, and built in it a tower, [41, 42] 2290

    2290 Luke xx. 9b.

    and gave it to husbandmen, and went to a distance for a long time.  2291

    2291 Mark xxi. 34.

    So when the time of the fruits came, he sent his servants2292

    2292 The difference between singular and plural is very slight in Arabic.

    unto the husbandmen, that they might [43] send him of the produce2293

    2293 Lit. property.

    of his vineyard2294

    2294 Mark xii. 3b.

    And those husbandmen beat him, and [44] sent him away empty.  2295

    2295 Mark xii. 4.

    And he sent unto them another servant also; and they [45] stoned him, and wounded2296

    2296 A word used specially of wounding the head.

    him, and sent him away with shameful handling.  2297

    2297 Mark xii. 5a.

    And he sent again another; and they slew him.  And he sent many other servants unto [46] them.  2298

    2298 Matt. xxi. 35.

    And the husbandmen took his servants, and one they beat, and another they [47] stoned, and another they slew.  2299

    2299 Matt. xxi. 36.

    So he sent again other servants more than the first; and [48] [Arabic, p. 128] they did likewise with them.  2300

    2300 Luke xx. 13.

    So the owner of the vineyard said, What shall I do?  I will send my beloved son:  it may be they will see him and be [49, 50] ashamed2301

    2301 Mark xii. 6a.

    So at last he sent unto them his beloved son that he had.  2302

    2302 Matt. xxi. 38a.

    But the husbandmen, when they saw the son, said amongst themselves, This is the heir.  [51, 52] 2303

    2303 Luke xx. 14b.

    And they said, We will slay him, and so the inheritance will be ours.  2304

    2304 Matt. xxi. 39.

    So they took [53] him, and put him forth without the vineyard, and slew him.  2305

    2305 Matt. xxi. 40.

    When then the lord [54] of the vineyard shall come, what will he do with those husbandmen2306

    2306 Matt. xxi. 41.

    They said unto him, He will destroy them in the worst of ways,2307

    2307 cf. Syriac versions.

    and give the vineyard to [55] other husbandmen, who will give him fruit in its season2308

    2308 Matt. xxi. 42a.

    Jesus said unto them, Have ye never read in the scripture,

    The stone which the builders declared to be base,


    2309 Luke xx. 17b.

    The same came to be at the head of the corner:

    [56] 2310

    2310 Matt. xxi. 42c.

    From God was this,

    And it is wonderful in our eyes?

    [57] 2311

    2311 Matt. xxi. 43.

    Therefore I say unto you, The kingdom of God shall be taken from you, and [58] given to a people that will produce fruit.  2312

    2312 Matt. xxi. 44.

    And whosoever falleth on this stone shall be broken in pieces:  but on whomsoever it falleth, it will grind him to [59] powder.  2313

    2313 Matt. xxi. 45.

    And when the chief priests and the Pharisees heard his parables, they [60] perceived that it was concerning them he spake.  2314

    2314 Matt. xxi. 46.

    And they sought to seize him; and they feared the multitude, because they were holding to him as the prophet.


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