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Mark 11

Christ rideth with triumph into Jerusalem:

Mark 11:1 And whan they came nye Ierusalem to Bethphage and Bethanye vnto mount Oliuete, he sent two of his disciples, Mark 11:2 and sayde vnto them: Go in to the towne that lyeth before you, and as soone as ye come in, ye shal fynde a foale bounde, wher vpon no man hath sytte: lowse it, and brynge it hither. Mark 11:3 And yf eny man saye vnto you: wherfore do ye that? Then saye ye: The LORDE hath nede therof, and forth with he shal sende it hither. Mark 11:4 They wete their waie and founde the foale tyed by ye dore without at the partynge of the waye, and lowsed it. Mark 11:5 And certayne of those yt stode there, axed them: What do ye, that ye lowse the foale? Mark 11:6 But they sayde vnto the, like as Iesus had commaunded them. And so they let them alone. Mark 11:7 And they brought the foale vnto Iesus, and layed their clothes theron, and he sat theron. Mark 11:8 But many spred their garmetes in the waye: some cut downe braunches fro the trees, and strowed the in the waye. Mark 11:9 And they that wente before, and that folowed after, cried, and sayde: Hosyanna, blessed be he, that commeth in the name of the LORDE: Mark 11:10 blessed be the kyngdome of oure father Dauid, which commeth in the name of the LORDE. Hosyanna in the height. Mark 11:11 And the LORDE entred in to Ierusalem, and wente in to the temple, and loked vpon all. And at euen he wente out vnto Bethany with the twolue:

curseth the fruitless leafy tree:

Mark 11:12 and on the morow wha they departed from Bethanye, he hugred, Mark 11:13 and sawe a fygge tre afarre of, which had leaues. Then came he nye, (to se) yf he coude fynde eny thinge theron. And whan he came to it, he founde nothinge but leaues (for the tyme of fygges was not yet) Mark 11:14 And Iesus answered, and sayde vnto it: Neuer ma eate frute of the for euermore. And his disciples herde it.

purgeth the Temple:

Mark 11:15 And they came to Ierusalem. And Iesus wente in to the temple, and beganne to dryue out the sellers and byers in the teple, & ouerthrew the tables of the money chaungers, and the stoles of the doue sellers, Mark 11:16 and suffred not eny man to cary a vessell thorow the temple. Mark 11:17 And he taught and sayde vnto them: Is it not wrytten: My house shalbe called a house of prayer for all people? But ye haue made it a denne of murthurers. Mark 11:18 And the scrybes and hye prestes herde of it. And they sought how they might destroye him, but they were afrayed of him, for all the people marueled at his doctryne. Mark 11:19 And at euen he wente out of the cite.

exhorteth his disciples to stedfastness of faith, and to forgive their enemies:

Mark 11:20 And on the morow they passed by, and sawe the fygge tre, that it was wythred vnto the rote. Mark 11:21 And Peter thought theron, and sayde vnto him: Master, beholde, the fygge tre yt thou cursedest, is wythred awaye. Mark 11:22 Iesus answered, and sayde vnto them: Haue faith in God. Mark 11:23 Verely I saye vnto you: Who so euer saieth vnto this mountayne: Avoyde, and cast thy self in to the see, and douteth not in his hert, but beleueth that the thinges shal come to passe which he saieth, then loke what he sayeth, it shal come to passe. Mark 11:24 Therfore I saye vnto you: What so euer ye desyre in youre prayer, beleue that ye shal receaue it, and ye shal haue it. Mark 11:25 And whan ye stonde and praye, forgeue yf ye haue ought ageynst eny man, that youre father also in heauen, maye forgeue you youre trespaces. Mark 11:26 {Absent from this edition.}

and defendeth the lawfulness of his actions, by the witness of John, who was a man sent of God.

Mark 11:27 And they came agayne vnto Ierusalem and whan he wente in the temple, there came vnto him the hye prestes and scrybes and the elders, Mark 11:28 and sayde vnto him: By what auctorite dost thou these thinges? and who gaue the this auctorite to do soch? Mark 11:29 But Iesus answered and sayde vnto the: I wil axe you a worde also, answere me, and I wyl tell you, by what auctorite I do these. Mark 11:30 The baptyme of Ihon, was it from heauen, or of men? Answere me. Mark 11:31 And they thought in them selues: yf we saye, it was from heauen, then shal he saye: Why dyd ye not then beleue him? Mark 11:32 But yf we saye: It was of men, then feare we the people, for they all helde that Ihon was a true prophet. Mark 11:33 And they answered, and saide vnto him: We can not tell. And Iesus answered, and sayde vnto them: Nether tell I you, by what auctorite I do these thinges.

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