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Mark

Mark by Richard Frances Weymouth
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Richard Francis Weymouth was born on October 26, 1822 near Plymouth Dock, now known as Devonport, near Plymouth, Devonshire, in England. Dr. Weymouth was a Bible scholar and a philologist (a student of the origins of language), as well as a layman, in the English Baptist denomination. He edited “The Resultant Greek Text”, after which he based his “New Testament in Modern Speech”, which was published posthumously in 1903. He passed away on December 27, 1902 in Essex. His work is known for its simpler language and use in private reading.

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Book 41 Mark 001:001 The beginning of the Good News of Jesus Christ the Son of God. 001:002 As it is written in Isaiah the Prophet, "See, I am sending My messenger before Thee, Who will prepare Thy way"; 001:003 "The voice of one crying aloud: `In the Desert prepare a road for the Lord: Make His highways straight.'" 001:004 So John the Baptizer came, and was in the Desert proclaiming a baptism of the penitent for forgiveness of sins. 001:005 There went out to him people of all classes from Judaea, and the inhabitants of Jerusalem of all ranks, and were baptized by him in the river Jordan, making open confession of their sins. 001:006 As for John, his garment was of camel's hair, and he wore a loincloth of leather; and his food was locusts and wild honey. 001:007 His announcement was, "There is One coming after me mightier than I One whose sandal strap I am unworthy to stoop down and unfasten. 001:008 I have baptized you with water, but He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit... Continue reading book >>

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