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lle is laid MATT. XXVIII.
in the tomb. centurion, and they, A. D. 33. pulchre, and departthat were with him,
ed. watching Jesus, saw + Lu.8.2.3.
61 And there was
& 23. 27. the earthquake, and
Mary Magdalene, and
Jno. 19 25. those things that were
the other Mary, sit
ach. 28. 1. done, they feared
Mar, 15.40.ting over against the greatly,saying, I ruly La. 24. 10. sepulchre. this was the Son of Jno. 20. 1. 62 Now the next God.
Mar.15.42. day, that followed 55 And many wo
Lu. 23. 50. the day of the premen were there be- Jno. 19.38. paration, * the Chief holding afar off, y ls, 53. 9. Priests and Phariwhich i followed Je z ch. 16. 21. sees came together sus from Galilee mi
& 17. 23. unto Pilate,
& 20. 19. nistering unto him :
63 Saying, Sir, we
& 26. 61. 56 u Among which Mar. 8. 3i. remember that that was Mary Magda- & 10. 34. deceiver said, while lepe, and Mary the Lu. 9. 22. he was yet alive, Af. mother of James and
& 18. 33. ter three days I will
& 24. 6, 7. Joses, and the mo
Jno. 2. 19. ther of Zebedee's
61 Command there
* Da. 6. 17. fore that the sepulchildren.
2 Ti. 2. 19. 57x When the even*
made sure a Mar. 16.1. was come, there came Lu. 23. 56. until the third day a rich man of Arima- & 24 1.
lest his disciples thæa, named Joseph, Jno. 20. 1. come by night, and who also himself was
steal him away, and
ver. 54Jesus' disciple : # One who
say unto the people, 58 He went to Pi- bad the com
He is risen from the late, and begged the mand of a
dead: so the last erbody of Jesus. Then hundred men, ror shall be worse Pilate commanded and who was than the first.
the officer of the body to be deli- the guard.
65 Pilate said unto vered.
i hem, Ye
have a ver. 57 59 And when Jo- * From three
watch : go your way, seph had taken the to six o'clock make it as sure as ye body, he wrapped it was called can. in a clean linen cloth, the evening.
66 So they went, 60 And y laid it in ver. 62- and made the sepulhis own new tomb, * The day of chre sure, a sealing which he had hewn preparation the stone, and setting out in the rock: and before the a watch. he rolled a great stone sabbath. CHAP. XXVIII. the door of the se
1. the a end of
He rises on MATT. XXVIII.
the third day. the sabbath, as it be- A. D. 33 8 And they departgan to dawn toward
ed quickly from the the first day of the b ch. 27.56. sepulchre with fear Week, came
and great joy; and
Or, kad Magdalene, b and the been.
did run to bring his other Mary to see the
disciples word. sepulcbre,
e Mar. 16. 5.
9 And as they went 2 And, behold,
Lu. 24. 4.
to tell his disciples, there + was a great d Da, 10.6. behold, 5 Jesus met earthquake : for the
Re. 10. 1. them, saying, All angel of the Lord de- & 18. 1. hail. And they came scended from heaven, le ch. 12. 40. and held him by the and came and rolled & 16. 21. feet, and worshipped back the stone from & 17. 23. him.
& 20. 19. the door, and sat up
10 Then said Jesus
Mar. 8. 31. on it.
Lu. 24. 6. unto them, Be not 3 His countenance Jno. 2. 19. afraid : go tell h my was like lightning, & 10. 17.
brethren that they go and his raiment white 1 ch.26 32. into Galilee,
and as snow:
Mar. 16.7. there shall they see 4 And for fear of 8 Mar.16. 9. me. him the keepers did
Jao.20.14. 11 Now when they shake, and became as h Jno.20. 17. were going, behold, dead men.
Ro. 8. 29. some of the watch 5 And the angel Hc. 2. 11. came into the city, answered and said un
and shewed unto the to the women, Fear ver. 9– Chief Priests all the not ye: for I know. Aů kail! things that were that ye seek Jesus, The old En- done. which was crucified glish forin of 19 And when they 6 He is not here : salutation is
were assembled with for he is risen, e as wishing all
the elders, and had he said. Come, see health, as taken counsel, they the place where the the express gave large money Lord lay.
sion signifies to the soldiers,
13 Saying, Say ye,
χαίρετε, and tell bis disciples is literally,
His disciples came that he is risen from Rejoice ; and by night, and stole the dead; and, be- answers to him aray while we bold, fhé goeth be- the form
used by the ore you into Galilee ; Hebrews,
14 And if this come there shall ye Seel. Peace be to the govertor's ears, him: lo, I have told uutu ywu.' we will persuade him, you.
and s.cure you.
7 And go quickly. The Greek
He sends forth MATT. XXVIII. his disciples. 15 So they took the
A.D. 33. saying, k All power money, and did as
ch. 26, 32
is given upto me in they were taught : k Da. 7. 13. heaven and in earth. and this saying is ch. 11. 27. 19 I Go ye therecommonly reported Lu. 1. 32. fore, and m+ teach all among the Jews un
Jno. 3. 35. nations, baptizing til this day.
Ac. 2. 36. them in the name of
Ro. 14. 9. 16 Then the eleven 1 Co.15.27. the Father, and of disciples went away 1 Mar.16.15. the Son, and of the into Galilee, into a m Is. 52. 10. Holy Ghost : mountain i where Je- Lu. 24. 47. 20 nTeaching them sus had appointed
Ac. 2. 38. to observe all things them.
Col. 1. 23. whatsoever I have 17 And when they + Or, make commanded you: saw him, they wor- disciples,or, and, lo, I am with shipped him: but Christians, you alway, even unsome doubted.
of all na
to the end of the
tions. 18 And Jesus camen Ac: 2. 42. world. Amen. and spake unto them,
Matthew, the Author of this book, was a native of Galilee, and by birth a Jew. Before he became a disciple of Christ, he followed the occapation of a publican, or tax-gatherer to the Roman state : he was called by Christ while sitting at the receipt of custom, and afterwards was chosen one of his twelve apostles. He accompanied him during the whole period of his public ministry, till the day on which he ascended in to heaven. He was, therefore, a competent witness of what he has here recorded. There is no certain information when, where, or how he died.
This Gospel is generally allowed to be the most ancient of the writings of the New Testament, and is distinguished by its frequent reference to the Jewish prophecies. The most eminent critics bavo been divided in their opinion, whether it was first written in Hebrew, or in Greek; others have supposed it to be quite possible that the Author wrote one in Hebrew, for the Jews, and another in Greek, for the Gentiles.
This Gospel begins with Christ's genealogy, birth, and flight into Egypt: proceeds to his baptism, temptations, and calling of his disciples : relates at large bis sermons, disputes, and parables, with the interpretation of them : records many of his famous works and miraeles : and concludes with a large account of his passion, death, and resurrection, and his solemn commission to his Apostles.
ΤΟ ΚΑΤΑ ΜΑΡΚΟΝ 'ΑΓΙΟΝ ΕΥΑΓΓΕΛΙΟΝ.
The GOSPEL according to ST. MARK.
A. D. 29. leat & locusts and wild 1 The beginning
honey ; of the gospel of Jesus
a Ma. 14.33.
preached, Christ, a the Son of Jno. 1. 34. saying, hThere com
b Mal. 3. 1. eth one mightier than 2 As it is written Ma. 11. 10. I after me, the latchin the prophets, b Be
La. 7. 27.
et of whose shoes I am hold, I send my mes
c Is. 40. 3.
Ma. 3. 3. not worthy to stoop senger before thy Lu. 3. 4. down and unloose. face, which shall pre
Jno. 1, 15. 8 il indeed have pare thy way before a Ma: 3.1; baptized you with thee. 3 The voice of one
Jno. 3. 23. water : but he shall
baptize you k with the crying in the wilder
† Or, unto.
Ma. 3. 5. Holy Ghost. ness, Prepare ye the Ma. 3. 4.
9 And it came to way of the Lord, $ Le. 11. 22. pass in those days, make his paths 6 Ma. 3. 11, that Jesus came from straight.
Jno. 1. 27. Nazareth of Galilee. 4 d John did baptize i Ac. 1.6.
Ac. 13. 25.
and was baptized of in the wilderness, and & 11. 16. John in Jordan. preach the baptism of & 19. 4. 10 m And straight repentance + for the k Is. 44. 3. way coming up out remission of sins.
Joel 2.28. of the water, he saw 5e And there went & 10.45. the heavens fopened, out to him all the & 11.15,16, and the Spirit like a land of Judæa, and 1 C0.12.13. dove descending upthey of Jerusalem,
Ma. 3. 13.
on him: and were all baptized
11 And there came
m Ma. 3. 16. of him in the river of Jno. 1. 32. a voice from heaven, Jordan,
confessing + Or, cloven, saying, " Thou art my their sins.
beloved Son, in whom 6 And John
was n Ps. 2. 7. I am well pleased. clothed f with camel's
Ma. 3. 17.
12 And immediate
ch. 9. 7. hair, and with a gir
ly the Spirit driveth
o Ma. 4. I. dle of a skin about
him into the wilderhis loins; and he did
Lu. 4. 1.
Peter, Andrew, MARK I. James, John, called. 13 And he
A. D. 30. 20 And straight there in the wilder
way he called them : ness
p 1 Ki. 19.5. forty days,
Ma. 4. 11.
and they left their fa. tempted of Satan; & 26.53.
ther Zebedee in the and was
with the 1 Ti. 3.16. ship with the hired wild beasts; pand q Ma. 4. 12. servants, and went the angels ministered & 11.2. after him.
& 14. 2. unto him.
21 2 And they went
Lu. 3. 20. 14 9 Now after that
into Capernaum; and
Jno. 3. 22. John was put in pri
straightway on r Ma. 4. 23.
the son, Jesus came into Lu. 4.17. sabbath day he
enGalilee, r preaching & 8.1.
tered into the syna. the gospel of the king- Ac. 20.25. gogue, and taught.
& 28. 23. dom of God,
22 a And they were 15 And saying,
Ep. 2. 17. astonished at his docThe time is fulfilled,
s Da. 9. 25. trine: for he taught
Ga. 4. 4. and the kingdom of
Ep. 1. 10.
them as one that had God is at hand : re-t Ma. 3. 2.
authority, and not as pent ye, and believe
& 4. 17.
the Scribes. the gospel
u Ma. 4. 18.
23 bAnd there was 16 u Now as he
Lu. 5. 4.
in their synagogue a walked by the sea of x Ma. 19.27. man with an unclean Galilee, he saw Si. Lu. 5. U. spirit; and he cried mon and Andrew his
Ma. 4. 21. out, brother casting a net z Ma. 4. 13.
24 Saying, Let us into the sea : for they Lu. 4. 31. alone;
c what have were fishers.
a Je. 22. 29. we to do with thee, 17 And Jesus said Ma. 7. 28. thou Jesus of Naza. unto them, Come ye
Lu. 4. 32. reth? art thou come after me, and I will
Ac. 6. 10. to destroy us? I know
He. 4. 12. Ithee who thou art, make you to become tishers of men.
b Lu. 4. 33. the Holy One of God. 18 And
25 And Jesus dreway they forsook a ver. 34.
buked him, saying; their nets, and fol- e ch. 9. 20. Hold thy peace, and lowed him
come out of him. 19 y And when he rer. 15
26 And when the had gone a little far signifies good unclean spirt e had ther thence, he saw news. Gos-torn him, and cried James the son of Ze-pel, in the with a loud voice, he bedee, and John his Saxon, has
came out of him. brother, who
27 And they were were in the ship mend-Johnson'.
all amazed, insomuch ing their neta.
that they questioned
straight-c Ma. 8. 29.
also the same