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The Israelites, the whole congregation, came into the wilderness of Zin in the first month, and the people stayed in Kadesh. Miriam died there, and was buried there. Now there was no water for the congregation; so they gathered together against Moses and against Aaron. The people quarreled with Moses and said, "Would that we had died when our kindred died before the LORD! Why have you brought the assembly of the LORD into this wilderness for us and our livestock to die here? Why have you brought us up out of Egypt, to bring us to this wretched place? It is no place for grain, or figs, or vines, or pomegranates; and there is no water to drink." Then Moses and Aaron went away from the assembly to the entrance of the tent of meeting; they fell on their faces, and the glory of the LORD appeared to them. The LORD spoke to Moses, saying: Take the staff, and assemble the congregation, you and your brother Aaron, and command the rock before their eyes to yield its water. Thus you shall bring water out of the rock for them; thus you shall provide drink for the congregation and their livestock. So Moses took the staff from before the LORD, as he had commanded him. Moses and Aaron gathered the assembly together before the rock, and he said to them, "Listen, you rebels, shall we bring water for you out of this rock?" Then Moses lifted up his hand and struck the rock twice with his staff; water came out abundantly, and the congregation and their livestock drank. But the LORD said to Moses and Aaron, "Because you did not trust in me, to show my holiness before the eyes of the Israelites, therefore you shall not bring this assembly into the land that I have given them." These are the waters of Meribah, where the people of Israel quarreled with the LORD, and by which he showed his holiness.
Therefore, just as sin came into the world through one man, and death came through sin, and so death spread to all because all have sinned-- sin was indeed in the world before the law, but sin is not reckoned when there is no law. Yet death exercised dominion from Adam to Moses, even over those whose sins were not like the transgression of Adam, who is a type of the one who was to come. But the free gift is not like the trespass. For if the many died through the one man's trespass, much more surely have the grace of God and the free gift in the grace of the one man, Jesus Christ, abounded for the many. And the free gift is not like the effect of the one man's sin. For the judgment following one trespass brought condemnation, but the free gift following many trespasses brings justification. If, because of the one man's trespass, death exercised dominion through that one, much more surely will those who receive the abundance of grace and the free gift of righteousness exercise dominion in life through the one man, Jesus Christ. Therefore just as one man's trespass led to condemnation for all, so one man's act of righteousness leads to justification and life for all. For just as by the one man's disobedience the many were made sinners, so by the one man's obedience the many will be made righteous. But law came in, with the result that the trespass multiplied; but where sin increased, grace abounded all the more, so that, just as sin exercised dominion in death, so grace might also exercise dominion through justification leading to eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.
As they were leaving Jericho, a large crowd followed him. There were two blind men sitting by the roadside. When they heard that Jesus was passing by, they shouted, "Lord, have mercy on us, Son of David!" The crowd sternly ordered them to be quiet; but they shouted even more loudly, "Have mercy on us, Lord, Son of David!" Jesus stood still and called them, saying, "What do you want me to do for you?" They said to him, "Lord, let our eyes be opened." Moved with compassion, Jesus touched their eyes. Immediately they regained their sight and followed him.
Psalm 102Domine, exaudi
1 LORD, hear my prayer, and let my cry come before you; * hide not your face from me in the day of my trouble. 2 Incline your ear to me; * when I call, make haste to answer me, 3 For my days drift away like smoke, * and my bones are hot as burning coals. 4 My heart is smitten like grass and withered, * so that I forget to eat my bread. 5 Because of the voice of my groaning * I am but skin and bones. 6 I have become like a vulture in the wilderness, * like an owl among the ruins. 7 I lie awake and groan; * I am like a sparrow, lonely on a house-top. 8 My enemies revile me all day long, * and those who scoff at me have taken an oath against me. 9 For I have eaten ashes for bread * and mingled my drink with weeping. 10 Because of your indignation and wrath * you have lifted me up and thrown me away. 11 My days pass away like a shadow, * and I wither like the grass. 12 But you, O LORD, endure for ever, * and your Name from age to age. 13 You will arise and have compassion on Zion, for it is time to have mercy upon her; * indeed, the appointed time has come. 14 For your servants love her very rubble, * and are moved to pity even for her dust. 15 The nations shall fear your Name, O LORD, * and all the kings of the earth your glory. 16 For the LORD will build up Zion, * and his glory will appear. 17 He will look with favor on the prayer of the homeless; * he will not despise their plea. 18 Let this be written for a future generation, * so that a people yet unborn may praise the LORD. 19 For the LORD looked down from his holy place on high; * from the heavens he beheld the earth; 20 That he might hear the groan of the captive * and set free those condemned to die; 21 That they may declare in Zion the Name of the LORD, * and his praise in Jerusalem; 22 When the peoples are gathered together, * and the kingdoms also, to serve the LORD. 23 He has brought down my strength before my time; * he has shortened the number of my days; 24 And I said, "O my God, do not take me away in the midst of my days; * your years endure throughout all generations. 25 In the beginning, O LORD, you laid the foundations of the earth, * and the heavens are the work of your hands; 26 They shall perish, but you will endure; they all shall wear out like a garment; * as clothing you will change them, and they shall be changed; 27 But you are always the same, * and your years will never end. 28 The children of your servants shall continue, * and their offspring shall stand fast in your sight."
Psalm 107: Part I Confitemini Domino
1 Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good, * and his mercy endures for ever. 2 Let all those whom the LORD has redeemed proclaim * that he redeemed them from the hand of the foe. 3 He gathered them out of the lands; * from the east and from the west, from the north and from the south. 4 Some wandered in desert wastes; * they found no way to a city where they might dwell. 5 They were hungry and thirsty; * their spirits languished within them. 6 Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble, * and he delivered them from their distress. 7 He put their feet on a straight path * to go to a city where they might dwell. 8 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his mercy * and the wonders he does for his children. 9 For he satisfies the thirsty * and fills the hungry with good things. 10 Some sat in darkness and deep gloom, * bound fast in misery and iron; 11 Because they rebelled against the words of God * and despised the counsel of the Most High. 12 So he humbled their spirits with hard labor; * they stumbled, and there was none to help. 13 Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble, * and he delivered them from their distress. 14 He led them out of darkness and deep gloom * and broke their bonds asunder. 15 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his mercy * and the wonders he does for his children. 16 For he shatters the doors of bronze * and breaks in two the iron bars. 17 Some were fools and took to rebellious ways; * they were afflicted because of their sins. 18 They abhorred all manner of food * and drew near to death's door. 19 Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble, * and he delivered them from their distress. 20 He sent forth his word and healed them * and saved them from the grave. 21 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his mercy * and the wonders he does for his children. 22 Let them offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving * and tell of his acts with shouts of joy. 23 Some went down to the sea in ships * and plied their trade in deep waters; 24 They beheld the works of the LORD * and his wonders in the deep. 25 Then he spoke, and a stormy wind arose, * which tossed high the waves of the sea. 26 They mounted up to the heavens and fell back to the depths; * their hearts melted because of their peril. 27 They reeled and staggered like drunkards * and were at their wits' end. 28 Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble, * and he delivered them from their distress. 29 He stilled the storm to a whisper * and quieted the waves of the sea. 30 Then were they glad because of the calm, * and he brought them to the harbor they were bound for. 31 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his mercy * and the wonders he does for his children. 32 Let them exalt him in the congregation of the people * and praise him in the council of the elders.
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