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15有耳的,就应当听。
15 He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.
15 Verse 15. He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.] As if our

Lord had said, These things are so clear and manifest that a man

has only to hear them to be convinced and fully satisfied of their

truth. But neither the Jews of that time nor of the succeeding

times to the present day, have heard or considered, these things.

When spoken to on these subjects, their common custom is to stop

their ears, spit out, and blaspheme; this shows not only a bad,

but a ruined cause. They are deeply and wilfully blind. They

will not come unto the light, lest their deeds should become

manifest, that they are not wrought in God. They have ears but

they will not hear.