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Lu. 23. 44. him to
And delivered MARK XV. to be crucified. ye call the king of A. D. 33. on him, and led him the Jews?
out to crucify him.
Ma. 27. 26. 13 And they cried
Jno. 19. 1.
21 i And they comout again, Crucify 16. pel one Simon a Cy. him.
h Ma. 27.27. renian, who passed 14 Then Pilate said i Ma. 27. 32.
by, coming out of unto them,
Lu. 23.26. the country, the fawhat evil hath he k Ma. 27, 33. ther of Alexander done! And they cri- La. 23. 33. and Rufus, to bear ed out the more ex
Jno. 19.17. his cross. ceedingly,
Crucify 1 Ma. 27. 34. 22 k And they bring him.
m Ps. 22. 18. him unto the place 15 & And so Pilate, Ma. 27.35. Golgotha, * which willing to content the
La. 23. 34. is, being interpreted, people, released Ba
100.49.23. The place of a scull. rabbas
n Ma. 27. 45. unto them,
23 1 And they gave and delivered Jesus,
drink wine when he had scourged
mingled with myrrh :
o Ma. 27.37. him, to be crucified. Jno, 19.19.
but he received it 16 h And the sol
Ma, 27.38. diers led him away Lu. 23.32.
24 And when they into the hall, called Jno. 19.18. had crucified him, Prætorium ; and 1 Is. 53. 12. theym parted his garthey call together the Lu. 22.37. ments, casting lots whole band.
them, what 17 And they cloth
should ed him with purple, * Called so
take. and platted a crown from Pre
25 And n it was the of thorns, and put it tor,a Roman third hour, and they about his head, magistrate; crucified him. 18 And began to being his
26 And the supersalute
scription of his accuking of the Jews!
sation was written 19 And they smote ment. over, 'THE KING him on the head with ver. 22–
OF THE JEWS. a reed, and did spit * From the 27 And p with him upon him, and bow Hebrew
crucify two ing their knees wor- anaba thieves; the one on shipped him.
his right hand, and 20 And when they
the other on his left. had mocked him,
a skull; in 28 And the Scripthey took off the pur: varia, Cal
fulfilled ple from him, and vary.
which saith, 4 And put his own clothes
he was numbered
He. 12. 2. upon
crucified. with the transgres- A. D. 33. when they heard it, SOTS.
said, Behold, he call29 And they that r Ps. 22. 7, eth Elias. passed by railed on &c.
36 And y one ran him, wagging their
& 35. 15. and filled a spunge heads, and saying,
31. full of vinegar, and
& 69.7.19, Ah, thou that des
20. 26. put it on a reed, and troyest the temple, & 109. 25. gare z him to drink, and buildest it in La. 1. 12. saying, Let alone ; let three days,
& 2, 15.
us see whether Elias 30 Save thyself,
to take and come down from
sch. 14. 59. the cross.
Jno. 2. 19. 37 a And Jesus cri31 Likewise also
t Ma. 27. 44.
ed with a loud voice, the Chief Priests Lu. 23. 39. and gave up the ghost. mocking said among a Ma. 27.45. 38 And b the veil of themselves with the Lu. 23. 44. the temple was rent Scribes, He saved
1 Ps. 22. 1. in twain from the top others; himself he Ma. 27.46. to the bottom. cannot sare.
He. 5. 7. 39 And when the 32 Let Christ the y Ma. 27. 48. centurion, which King of Israel des
La. 23. 36. stood over against
Jno. 19.29. Cend now from the
him, saw that he so cross, that we may
Ps. 69. 21. cried out, and gave see and believe. And a Ma. 27. 50. up the ghost, he said, they that were cru
Lu. 23. 46. 1'ruly this man was cified with him re
Jno. 19, 30.
the Son of God.
b Ma, 27.51. viled him.
Lu, 23. 45.
400 There were also 33 And u when the
He. 4. 14. women looking on sixth hour was come, & 6. 19.
among there was darkness & 9. 3. 12. whom was Mary Magover the whole land & 10. 19, dalene, and
20. until the pinth hour.
the mother of James 34 And at the ninth Ma. 27. 54. the less and of Joses,
Lu. 23, 47. hour Jesus cried with
and Salome; a loud voice, saying,
d Ma. 27.55.
41 (Who also, when
Lu. 23. 49.
Jno. 19. 25.
he was in Galilee, sabachthani !' which
followed f him, and
e Ps. 38, 11. is, being interpreted,
ministered unto him;) My God, my God, f Lu. 8.2, 3. and many other wo. why hast thou for
Ma. 27,57. men which came up saken me?
La. 23. 50. with him unto Jeru. 35 And some of Jno. 19.38.salem. them that stood by,
42 & And now when
MARK XVI. resurrection, the even was come, A. D. 33. Mary Magdalene, and because it was the
Mary the mother of
h Lu. 2. 25, preparation, that is,
James, and Salome, the day before the & 23. 51. had b'bought sweet sabbath,
that i Ma. 27. 59, spices,
they 43 Joseph of Ari
60. might come and anmathæa, an honour- La. 23.53. oint him. able counsellor,
Jno. 19.40. 2 And very early which also b waited a Ma. 28. 1. in the morning the for the kingdom of
Lu. 23. 54. first day of the week,
56. God, came, and went
& 24. 1.
they came unto the in boldly unto Pilate, Joo. 19.31. sepulchre at the rising and craved the body & 20. 1.
of the sun. of Jesus.
b Lu. 23. 56. 3 And they said 44 And Pilate mar- Jro.19.40. among themselves, velled if he were alle Ma. 28. 1. Who shall roll
us ready dead: and call- Lu. 24. 1. away the stone from ing unto him the cen
Jno. 20. 1. the door of the sepulturion, he asked him d Lu. 24. 3. chre ?
Jno. 20. 8. whether he had been
+ And when they
11, 12. looked, they saw that any while dead. 45 And when he
e Ma. 25.5,6. the stone was rolled knew it of the cen- ver. 43–
away : for it was very turion, he gave the • A member great. body to Joseph. of the Sanhe- 5 d And entering in46 i And he bought drin; the to the sepulchre, they
chief council fine linen, and took
of the Jewish
saw a young man sithim down, and wrap-nation. The ting on the right side, ped him in the linen, conduct of
clothed in a long and laid him in a Joseph in white garment; and sepulchre which was
this instance they were affrighted.
was very hewn out of a rock,
6 e And he saith
striking and rolled a stone Beza ob
uuto them, Be not unto the door of the serves in affrighted : Ye seek sepulchre.
reference to Jesus of Nazareth,
which was crucified : 47 And Mary Mag- him, " He dalene and Mary the openly op
could not but he is risen ; he is mother of Joses be- pose himself not here: behold the held where he was to all the
place where they laid laid.
Jews, and himn.
7 But go your way, CILAP. XVI. late himself.'
See Lu. 23.
tell his disciples and 1 AND A when the
61. Peter that he goeth sabbath was past,
before you into GaliAnd ascension MARK XVI.
into hear'en. lee : there shall ye see A. D. 33. belief and hardness him, fas he said unto
of heart, because they you.
fch. 14. 29. believed not them 8 And they went
which had seen him out quickly, and fled 6 Ma. 28. 8. after he was risen.
9. from the sepulchre ;
15 o And he said for they trembled and Jno. 20.14. unto them, Go ye into were amazed : 8 nei. i Lu. 8. 2.
all the world, p and ther said they any k Lu. 24. 10. preach the gospel to thing to any man;
Jno. 20.18. every creature, for they were afraid.' 1 Lu. 24. 11. 16 9 He that believ
9 Now when Jesus m Lu. 24.13. eth and is baptized was risen early the n Lu, 24. 36. shall be saved; but first day of the week,
Jno. 20.19. he that believeth not he h appeared first to
1 Co. 15.5. shall be damned. Mary Magdalene, out or, toge- 17 And these signs of whom
ther. shall follow them that seven devils.
o Ma. 28.19. believe; In my name 10 k And she went
Jno. 15.16. shall they cast out and told them that p Col. 1. 23. devils; t they shall had been with him, 9 Jno. 3. 18. speak
36 as they mourned and
Ac. 2. 38.
tongues ; wept.
18 u They shall take 11 I And they,when 1 Pe. 3.21. up serpents; and if they had heard that Jno. 12.48. they drink any deadhe was alive, and had
s Lu. 10. 17.
ly thing, it shall not been seen of her, be- Ac. 5. 16. hurt them; »they shall lieved not.
t Ac. 2. 4. lay hands on the sick, 12 After that he ap- 1 Co. 12. and they shall repeared in another 10. 28. cover. form m unto two of u Lu. 10.19. 19 So then y after them, as they walked, x Ac. 5. 15, the Lord had spoken and went into the
16. unto them, he was country.
& 9. 17. received z up into hea13 And they went
& 23. S.
ven, and a sat on the and told it unto the
right hand of God. residue : neither be- y Ac. 1. 2, 3.
20 And they went lieved they them. z Lu. 24,51. forth, and preached
14 - Afterward he a Ps. 110.1. every where, the Lord appeared unto the
Ac. 7. 55. working with them, eleven as they satt at b Ac. 5. 12. and b confirming the
& 14. 3. meat, and upbraided
word with signs fol
1 Co.2.4,5. them with their un
He. 2. 4. lowing. Amen. 131
St. Mark, the Author of this book, was the disciple and companion of St. Peter, whom he calls in his first Epistle, chap. v. 13. Marcus my son. It is generally believed that he is the same person that is mentioned in the Acts, and in St. Paul's Epistles, as John, whose surname is Mark, Acts xii. 2, and that he was the son of a pious woman called Mary, who dwelt at Jerusalem ; we also read, Col. iv. 10, that he was sister's son to Barnabas. He is mentioned as accompanying Paul and Barnabas in their travels, Acts xii. 25, and xiii. 5. He is the person on whose account Paul and Barnabas separated, Acts xv. 39; where it is said that Barnabas took Mark, and sailed unto Cyprus. It is evident that_afterwards Paul became fully reconciled to him. See Col. iv. 10. 2 Tim. iv. 11. & Phil. 24.
It is related that his ministry was very effectual in the conversion of numbers to the Christian faith, and that it exposed him to very painful sufferings, ending in his death. He died as a marts at Alexandria in Egypt, in the eighth year of Nero. Some writers assert that his remains were removed from Alexandria to Venice, where he is accounted the tutelary patron of the republic, and an elegant church is dedicated to his memory. See Encyclopædia Britannica, and Dr. Lardner's works, vol. 6. p. 77. &c.
Most learned men have agreed that this Gospel was written in Greek, though some have contended for a Latiu original, as a number of Latin words are found interspersed; but this may be accounted for, by supposing that it was written for the use of the Roman people. It has been conjectured that Mark only wrote as he was dictated to by St. Peter; others have thought that this book is an abridgment of St. Matthew both these opinions have but a slight foundation. The matter of St. Mark's Gospel was given by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. The language appears to be his owo-it is plain and unadorned. The Hebraisms which occur in it might be reasonably expected from a native of Palestine, writing in the Greek language. It is a valuable part of Divine Revelation.
The following circumstances are omitted by St. Mark, which are noticed either by St. Matthew or St. Luke at the commencement of their Gospels : -viz. Elizabeth's conception-the Salutation of Mary -Elizabeth visited by Mary-the birth of John Baptist--the appearance of the Angel to Joseph-Christ's genealogy-Christ's birth-the Angel appearing to the 'shepherd s-Christ's circumcision-Christ's presentation in the temple-the visit of the Magi-Joseph's flight into Rgypt-the infants murdered by Herod-the Holy Family's retura into Egypt--the journey of Christ when twelve years old to Jerusalem.