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Sickness and death JOHN XI.

of Lazarus. John at first bap./ A. D. 33. abode two days still tized; and there he

in the same place abode.

p ch. 3. 30. where he was. 41 And many re- 4 ch. s. 30. 7 Then after that sorted unto him, and

& 11. 45.

saith he to his discisaid, John did no · Lu. 10.38, ples, Let us go into miracle : p but all

39. Judæa again. things that John b ch. 12. 3,

8 His disciples say

Ma. 28. 7. spake of this man

Mar. 14.3.

unto him, Master, were true.

the • Jews of laté

over. 40. 42 4 And many be- ch.9.3.24. sought to stone thee; lieved on him there. & 12. 28. and goest thou thither

& 13.31. again! CHAP. XI. Pb. 1.11. 9 Jesus answered, 1 Now a certain

1 Pe. 4. 11.

Are there not twelve man was sick, named 14 hours in the day? fif Lazarus, of Bethany,

a ch. 10:49. any man walk in the the town of « Mary & 55. 8. day, he stumbleth and her sister Martha. Ma.15. 22. not, because he seeth ? (b It was that

the light of this Mary which anointed

. ch. 10. 31. the Lord with oint. Ps. 11. 1. 10 But & if a man ment, and wiped his 3. walk in the night, he feet with her hair,

Ma, 16.21. stumbleth, because whose brother Laza.

23.

there is no light in

Ac. 21. 12. rus was sick.)

him. 3 Therefore his sis- ch. 9. 4. 11 These things ters sent unto him, La.13. 31. said he : and after saying, Lord, behold,

33.

that he saith unto he whom thou lovest g ch.12. 35. them, Our friend Lais sick.

Pr. 3. 23. zarus h sleepeth ; but 4 When Jesus heard & 4. 18.

I
Je, 13. 16.

go, that I may that, he said, This

& 20. 11.

awake him out of sickness is not unto & 31. 9.

sleep. death, e but for the 1Jno.2.10. 19 Then said his glory of God, that h Do.31.16. disciples, Lord, if he the Son of God might Da, 12, 2. sleep, he shall do be glorified thereby. Ma. 9. 24. well.

5 Now Jesus loved Mar. 5. 39. 13 Howbeit Jesus Martha, and her sis

Ac. 7. 60.
1

1 Co. 15. spake of his death : ter, and Lazarus.

18,51.

but they thought that 6 When he had

1 Th. 4. 14. he had spoken of heard therefore that & 6. 10. taking of rest in sleep. he was sick, a he

14 Then said Jesus Ma. 16.16. this!

Sickness and death JOHN XI.

of Lazarus. unto them plainly, A. D. 33. 23 Jesus saith unto Lazarus is dead.

+ That is,

her, Thy brother shall 15 And I am glad about two

rise again. for your sakes that I miles. 24 Martha saith unwas not there, to the i ch. 9. 31. to him, k I know that intent ye may be-k ch. 5. 29.

he shall rise again in lieve ; nevertheless La. 14.14. the resurrection at let us go unto him.

1 ch. 5. 21. the last day. 16 Then said Tho

& 6. 39,

25 Jesus said unto mas, which is called

40. 44. her, I am the resurDidymus, unto his mch: 1.4. rection, and the

& 6. 35. fellow-disciples, Let & 14. 6.

life m: 'n he that beus also go, that we Col. 3. 4.

lieveth in me, though may die with him. 1Jno. 1. i, he were dead, yet

17 Then when Je- 2. & 5.11. shall he live: sus came, he found a ch. 3. 36. 26 And whosoever that he had lain in

1Jno. 5.10. liveth and believeth the grave four days o ch. 4. 42.

in me shall never already.

& 6. 14.69. die. Believest thou 18 Now Bethany

p ver. 19. was nigh unto Jeru

27 She saith unto salem, + about fifteen ver, 18 him, Yea, Lord : 1

« The furlongs off :*

believe that thou art 19 And many of mentions the the Christ, the Son the Jews came to vicinity of of God, which should Martha and Mary, to Bethany to come into the world. comfort them con- Jerusalem,

28 And when she cerning their brother. and speaks had so said, she went 20 Then Martha, as pany of

of the com- her way, and called soon

as she heard friends that Mary her sister sethat Jesus was com- were with cretly, saying, The ing, went and met

the two sis- Master is come, and him: but Mary sat that by the

ters, to show calleth for thee. still in the house. direction of

29 As soon as she 21 Then said Mar- Providence heard that, she arose tha unto Jesus, Lord, this great quickly, and came if thou hadst been miracle had

unto him. here, my brother had many wit

30 Now Jesus was

desses, some pot died.

of whom not yet come into the 22 But I know, that were persons town, but was in that even now, i whatso- of note, and place where Martha

inhabitants ever thon wilt ask of

met him.

of JerusaGod, God will give it lem." 31 p The Jews then thee.

which were with her 33

and

Lazarus raised JOHN XI. from the dead in the house, and A. D. 33. cave, and a stone lay comforted her, when

upon it. they saw Mary, that q ver. 21.37. 39 Jesus said, Take she rose up hastilyt Gr. he ye away the stone. and went out, follow- troubled Martha, the sister of ed her, saying, She himself. him that was dead, goeth unto the graver La. 19. 41. saith unto him, Lord, to weep there,

sch. 9. 6.

by this time he stink 32 Then when Mary Ps. 78. 19, eth: for he hath been was come where Je

20. dead four days. sus was, and saw Ma. 27. 40. 40 Jesus saith unto him, she fell down at 42 her, Said I not unto

Mar.15.32 his feet, saying unto La. 23.35. thee, that, if thou him, 9 Lord, if thou

39. wouldest

believe, hadst been here,

thou shouldest see my brother had not

t ver. 4. 23
ch. 9. 3.

the glory of God? died.

& 12. 41.

41 Then took When Jesus Ps. 63. 2. away the stone from therefore saw her & 90. 16. the place where the weeping,

the
Ro. 6. 4.

dead was laid. And Jews also weeping

2 Co. 3. 18.

Jesus lifted up his which came with her, o ver. 31. eyes, and said, Fa. he groaved in the ch. 12. 29, ther, I thank thee

30. spirit, and was trou

that thou hast heard bled,

x ch. 20. 7. me. 34 And said, Where

42 And I knew that have ye laid him ? ver. 40–

thou hearest me alThey said unto him, * Jesas ap- ways: but u because Lord, come and see. repeated to of the people which 35 Jesus wept. Martha,

stand by I said it, 36 Then said the what he had that they may beJews, Behold how said at the lieve that thou hast he loved him !

beginning
37 And some of

to his disci- sent me.
ples.--Com-

43 And when he them said, Could not pare ver. 4. thus had spoken, he this man, o which with 23. The cried with

a loud opened the eyes of

voice, Lazarus, come the blind, hare caus- bedisplayed, forth. ed that even this man in a miracle,

44 And he that was should not have died? which would dead came forth,

38 Jesus therefore evince the bound hand and foot again groaning in Divine pow. with grave clothes : himself cometh to loved Son.

and his face was the grave. It was a

bound about with a

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glory of

The prophecy
JOIN XI.

of Caiaphas. napkin. Jesus saith A.D. 33. sied that Jesus should unto them, Loose

die for that nation ; him, and let him go. y ch. 2. 23. 52 And d pot for 45 Then many of

& 10. 42. that nation only, e but the Jews which came

& 12. 11.

that also he should

18. to Mary, y and had

gather together in seen the things which z Ps. 2. 2. one the children of Jesus did, believed

Ma. 26. 3. God that were scat

Mar. 14. 1. on him.

Lu. 22. 2.

tered abroad. 46 But some

of

53 Then from that them went their ways

a ch. 12. 19. day forth they took to the Pharisees, and

Ac. 4. 16. counsel together for told them what things b ch. 18. 14. to put him to death. Jesus had done.

Lu. 3. 2.

54 Jesus ftherefore

Ac. 4. 6. 47 2 Then gathered

walked no

more the Chief Priests and c ch. 18. 14. openly among the the Pharisees a coun-a Is. 49. 6.

Jews;

but went cil, and said, a What 1 Jno. 2.2. thence unto a country do we? for this man

near to the wilder

e ch. 10. 16. doeth many miracles.

Ep. 2, 14, ness, into a city call. 48 If we let him

15, 16, 17. ed & Ephraim, and thus alone, all men

there continued with

fch. 4. 1. 3. will believe on him : & 7. 1.

his disciples. and the Romans shall

55 h And the Jews' come and take away 8 2 Ch. 13. Passover was nigh at

19. both our place and

hand : and many went nation.

h cb. 2. 13. out of the country up 49 And one of them,

& 5. 1.

to Jerusalem before named

& 6. 4. b Caiaphas,

the Passover, to pubeing the High Priest i ch. 11. 8. rify themselves. that same year*, said

56 i Then sought, unto them, Ye know

they for Jesus, and nothing at all,

ver. 49 50 Nor consider year, in

. “In that spake among them

selves, as they stood that it is expedient which Christ in the temple, What for us, that one man was to suffer think ye, that he will should die for the for the sins not come to the feast?

of the people, and that the

world.... The

57 Now both the whole nation perish high-priest- Chief Priests and the not.

hood still Pharisees had given 51 And this spake continued in a commandment, he pot of himself: the line of

that,

man Aaron." but being High Priest

knew where he were,

Whitby. that year, he prophe

he should shew it,

if any

Mary anointeth JOHN XII.

Jesus' feet. that they might take A. D. 33. 7 Then said Jesus, him.

Let her alone: against CHAP. XII.

a ch. 11. 1. the day of my bury

43. 1 THEN Jesus six

ing hath she kept this. b Ma. 26. 6. Mar. 14. 3.

8 For e the poor aldays before the Pass

c ch. 01. 2.

ways ye have with over came to Beth

Lu. 10.38. you; but me ye have any, & where Lazarus

d ch. 13. 29. not always. was which had been

9 Much people of dead, whom he raised

e Ma. 26. 11.
Mar. 14. 7.

the Jews therefore from the dead. fch. 11. 43. knew that he was

2 b There they made & Lu. 16. 31. there: and they came him a supper; and b ver. 18. not for Jesus' sake Martha served: but ch. 11. 45. only, but that they Lazarus was one of i Ma. 21. 8.

might see

Lazarus them that sat at the

Mar. 11.8.

Ln. 19.35. also, f whom he had table with him.

k Ps. 118.25. raised from the dead. 3 Then took c Mary 1 Ma. 21. 7.

10 & But the Chief a pound of ointment

Priests consulted that of spikenard, very ver. 2– they might put Lazacostly, and anointed * Some com- rus also to death; the feet of Jesus, and mentators 11 h Because that wiped his feet with

have thought
that this is

by reason of bim her hair : and the the same cir- many of the Jews house was filled with cumstance went away, and bethe odour of the oint- as noticed in lieved on Jesus. ment.

Ma. 26. 6. &

12 iOn the next 4 Then saith one of but Origen,

Mar. 14. 3;

day much people that his disciples, Judas Lightfoot,

were

come to the Iscariot, Simon's son, Whitby, and feast, when

they which should betray Macknight heard that Jesus was him,

have stated
various ob-

coming to Jerusalem, 5 Why was not this

jections to

13 Took branches ointment sold for this opinion; of palm trees, and three hundred pence, the latter ob- went forth to meet and given to the serving, that him, and cried, k Hopoor?

our Lord was sanna: Blessed is the 6 This he said, not anointed, viz. King of Israel that that he cared for the in the houses cometh in the name poor; but because he of Simon the of the Lord. was a thief, and a had Pharisee, &

14 I And Jesus, the bag, and bare Lazarns, and when he had found a what was put there- leper.

young ass, sat therein.

on; as it is written

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