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supper. 13 And he sendeth A. D. 33. ed
and said unto forth two of his dis
them, It is one of the
f Ma. 26. 20, ciples, and saith unto &c. twelve, that dippeth them, Go ye into the Lu.22. 14. with me in the dish. city, and there shall
g Ge. 3. 15. 21 & The Son of meet you a man bear- Ps. 22. 1. man indeed * goeth, ing a pitcher of water:
Is. 52. 14. as it is written of follow him.
Ma. 26.24. him: but woe to that
Lu. 22. 22. 14 And whereso
man by whom the ever he shall go in, Ac 2. 23. Son of man is betraysay ye to the good' 1 Ma. 26.26. ed! good were it for man of the house, Lu. 22. 19. that man if he had The Master saith,
1Co.11.23. never been born. Where is the guest- i Ps. 47. 6. 22 b And as they chamber, where I Ma. 26. 30. did eat, Jesus took shall eat the passover
Ac. 16. 25. bread, and blessed, with my disciples ? Ep. 5. 19. and brake it, and 15 And he will + Or, psalm. gave to them, and
a largę k Ma. 26.31. said, lake, eat: this upper room furnished
2 Ti.4.16 is my body. and prepared : there
23 And he took the make ready for us.
cup, and when he had 16 And his disci.
given thanks, he gave ples went forth, and furnished by it to them: and they came into the city, the house- all drank of it. and found as he had holder for
24 And he said unsaid unto them: and tion of his
the recep to them, This is my they made ready the friends, &c. blood of the new passover.
wherein they testament, which is 17 1 And in the might eat
shed for many. evening he cometh the passover.
25 Verily I say un. with the twelve.
to you, I will drink
The word 18 And as they sat and did eat, Jesus ien used by of the vine, until that
goeth is of no more of the fruit said, Verily I say Latin and day that I drink it unto you, One of you Greek writ- new in the kingdom which eateth with me ers to de- of God.
note dying i shall betray me.
26 i And when they
our Lord, 19 And they began then, here had sung an + hymn, to be sorrowful, and alludes to they went out into to say unto him one bis death, the mount of Olives. by one, Is it I ? and and the pro
27 And Jesus another said, Is it .? specting it. saith unto them, All 20 And he answer
ye shall be offended * not
MARK XIV. Peter foretold. because of me this A. D. 33.
unto death : tarry ye night: for it is writ
here, and watch.
1 Ze. 13. 7. ten, I will smite the
he went shepherd, and
the mch. 16.7; forward a little, and sheep shall be scat- - Ma. 26.33: fell on the ground, tered.
Lu. 22. 33,
and prayed that, if it 28 But m after that
possible, the I am risen, I will Jno. 13.37, hour might pass from go before you into
38. him. Galilee.
o Ma. 26.36. 36 And he said, 29 n But Peter said Lu. 22. 39. Abba,9 Father, rali unto him, Although
Jno. 18. 1. things are possible all shall be offended, p Jno.12.27. unto thee; take away yet will not I. 9 Ro. 8. 15. this cup from me: 30 And Jesus saith
Ga. 4. 6.
nevertheless unto him, Verily I He. 5. 7.
what I will, but what say unto thee, That » Jno. 5. 30. thou wilt. this day, even in this
& 6. 38. 37 And he cometh, night, before the t Ro. 7. 23. and findeth them cock crow twice,
Ga. 5. 17. sleeping, and saith thou shalt deny me
unto Peter, Simon, thrice.
* Bp. Hall sleepest thou? could 31 But he spake the expounds it, est not thou watch more vehemently, If " When I one hour? I should die with consult with 38 Watch ye and
buman intirthee, I will not deny
pray, lest ye enter inthee in any wise. mity: 1
could incline to temptation. The Likewise also said to wish the spirit truly is ready, they all.
removal of but the flesh is weak. 32 "And they came this bitter 39 And again he to a place which was passion : but
went away, and pray. named Gethsemane : volitions are
ed, and spake the and he saith to his not now for same words. disciples, Sit ye here, me; I do 40 And when he rewhile I shall pray.
turned, he found 33 And, he taketh
them asleep again,
submit my with him Peter and human will, (for their eyes were James and John, and to thy di- heavy,) neither wist began to be sore vine will and they what to answer amazed, and to be pleasure.”
What an exvery heavy,
ample ! may
41 And he cometh 34 And saith unto we follow his the third time, and them, p My soul is steps! saith unto them, exceeding sorrowful
Sleep on now, and
betrayed. take your rest : * it is A. D. 33. lout,
against a enough, a the hour is
u Jno. 7.30.
thief, with swords come; behold, the
& 8. 20,
and with staves to Son of man is betray- & 12. 23. take me? ed into the hands of
49 I was daily with sinners.
& 13. 1.
the temple 42 -Rise up, let us - Ma. 26.46. teaching, and ye took go; lo, he that be- Jno.18.1,2.
me not: but a the irayeth'me is at hand. y Ma. 26.47. Scriptures must
be Lu. 22.47. 43 y And immediate
Jno. 18. 3. ly, while he yet spake,
50 b And they all cometh Judas, one of 2 Ma. 26.55.
Lo. 22.52. forsook him, and fled. the twelve, and with
51 And there folhim a great multitude
a Ps. 22.6.
15.53.7.&c. lowed him a certain with
swords and Lu. 22.37. young man, having staves, * from the & 24. 44. a linen cloth cast Chief Priests and the b ver. 27. about his naked body; Scribes and the el- Ps. 88. 8. and the young men ders.
Ma. 26.57. laid hold on him: 44 And he that be- Lu. 22.54.
52 And he left the trayed him had given
Jno. 18.13. linen cloth, and fled them a token, saying, a Ma. 26.59. from them 'naked. Whomsoever I shall
53 c And they led
ver. 414 kiss, that same is he; Campbell Jesus away to the take him, and lead renders High Priest : and him away safely. are Xel, 'all with him were as45 And as soon as is over, or, it sembled all the Chief
is done': you Priests and the elders eth straightway to
ger watch ; him, and saith, Mas.
54 And Peter folter, master; and kiss- immediately lowed him afar off, ed him.
shall be, in
even into the palace 46 And they laid the brands of of the High Priest :
. their hands on him,
and he sat with the and took him.
servants, and warm
* Rather 47 And one of them
ed himself at the fire. that stood by drew a staff, in Gr.
55 d And the Chief sword, and smote a paßdog, is in- Priests and all the Servant of the High tended prin- council sought for Priest, and
witness against Jesus walking; a to put him to death
3 48 z And Jesus an-club, xvxor, and found none. Swered and said unto is a weapon. 56 For many bare them, Are ye come
false witness against
he was come, he go- need no lon- and the Scribes.
cut off cipally to
Peter's denial MARK XIV.
of Christ. him, but their wit-1 A. D. 33. 64 Ye have heard ness agreed not to
the blasphemy: what gether.
e cb. 15. 29. think ye? And they 57 And there arose
Jno. 2. 19. all condemned him to certain, and bare i Ma. 26.62. be gnilty of death. false witness against & Ps. 39. 1, 65 And some began
2.9. him, saying,
Is. 53. 7.
to spit on him, and to 58 We heard him
Ma. 27. 12. cover his face, and to say, eI will destroy Ac. 9. 32. buffet him, and to this temple that is 1 Pe.2.23. say unto him, Promade with hands, b La. 22.67. phesy: and the serand within three days 20. vants did strike him I will build another
Jno.10.24. with the palms of
& 18. 37. made without hands.
i Ma. 24.30. 59 But neither so
& 26. 64.
66 k And as Peter did
witness Lu. 22. 69. was beneath in the agree together. * Ac. 1.9., palace, there cometh 60 f And the High
2 Th.1. 7. one of the maids of Priest stood up in the
He. 1.3. the High Priest : midst, and asked Je-lk Ma. 26.58,
67 And when she sus, saying, Answer
La. 22. 55. saw Peter warming est thou nothing
Jno. 18. 16. himself, she looked what is it which these. Ma: 26.01. upon him, and said, witness against thee? Lu. 22. 58. And thou also wast
61 But she held Jno. 18.25. with Jesus of Nazahis peace, and an- m Ma. 26.73. reth. swered nothing. hA- Lu. 22. 59. 68 But he denied, gain the High Priest Jno. 18.26. saying, I know not, asked him, and said 1 Ac. 2. 17. neither understand I unto him, Art thou
what thou sayest. the Christ, the Son of ver. 59– And he went out inthe Blessed?
* The Greek to the porch; and the 62 And Jesus said words was
ουκ ησαν, I am: i and ye shali
69 1 And a maid see the Son of man rendered saw him again, and sitting on the right "Were not began to say to them hand of power, and equal," are that stood by, This is coming in the clouds by many to
one of them. of heaven,
signify, Not 70 And he denied it 63 Then the High equal to the again. m And a litPriest rent
his charge of a tle after, they that clothes, and saith, capital stood by said again
crime. Dr. What need we any Hammond.
to Peter, Surely thou farther witnesses?
art one of them: n for
to curse and to swear: abundantly, that Pilate marvel
Jesus accused MARK XV. before Pilate thon art a Galilæan, A. D. 33. thing? behold how thy speech
many things they agreeth thereto.
o Ma. 26.34. witness against thee. 71 But he began
5 d But Jesus yet
Or, he wept answered nothing; so saying, I know not
or,' he began this man of whom ye to weep.
a Ps. 2. 2.
6 Now e at that 72 And the second Ma. 27. 1. feast he released unto time the cock crew. Lu. 22. 66. them one prisoner, And Peter called to
& 23. 1. Jno. 18. 28.
whomsoever they demind the word that
Ac. 3. 13.
sired. Jesus said unto him, & 4.26. 7 And there was Before the cock crow b Ma. 2.2. one named Barabbas, twice, thou shalt de- & 27. 11. which lay bound with ny me thrice. And La. 23. 3. them that had made when the thought Jno. 18.33. insurrection
37. thereon, he wept.
& 19. 19.
him, who had com
21. mitted murder in the CHAP. XV.
1 Ti, 6. 13. insurrection. 1 AND • straight-c Ma. 26.62. 8 And the multiway in the morning & 27. 13. tude crying aloud bethe Chief Priests
gan to desire him to held a consultation a 19. 8. 18. do as be had ever done with the elders and & 53. 7. unto them. Scribes and the Ze. 3. 8.
9 But Pilate an
Ma. 27.14. whole council, and
swered them, saying, bound Jesus, and 1 Co. 4. 9. Will ye that I release carried him
away, and delivered him to
unto you the king of e Ma. 27. 15. the Jews?*
La. 23. 17. Pilate.
10 For he knew that 26 And Pilate ask- Ac, 24. 27. the Chief Priests had ed him, Art thon the & 25. 9. delivered him for enking of the Jews! Ho. 5. 1:
vy. And he answering Ma. 27.20. 11 But fthe Chief said unto him, Thou Jao. 18.40. Priests moved the Sayest it.
Ac. 3. 14. people, that he should 3 And the Chief
rather release Barab. Priests accused him ver. 9.- bas unto them. of many things : but A weak at
12 And Pilate anhe answered nothing, vade compli-swered and said again
4 cAnd Pilate asked ance with unto them, What will him again, saying, conviction. ye then that I shall Answerest thou no
do unto him whom