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S. LUKE. Christ is accused. $ 54 Then took they him, and blasphemously spake they led him, and brought him against him. into the high priest's house. 66 | And as soon as it was And Peter followed afar oft. day, the elders of the people
55 And when they had kin- and the chief priests and the dled a fire in the midst of seribes came together, and the hall, and were set down led him into their council, together, Peter sat down saying,
67 Art thou the Christ? tell 56 But a certain maid be- us. And he said unto them, held him as he sat by the If I tell you, ye will not befire, and earnestly looked lieve: upon him, and said, This
68 And if I also ask you, man was also with him. ye will not answer me, nor a*57 And he denied him, say- let me go. ing, Woman, I know him not. t 69 Hereafter shall the Son
58 And after a little while of man sit on the right hand another saw him, and said, of the power of God. Thou art also of them. And 70 Then said they all, Art Peter said, Man, I am not. thou then the Son of God?
59 And about the space of And he said unto them, Ye one hour after another con- say that I am. fidently affirmed, saying, Of 71 And they said, What a truth this follow also was need we any further witness? with him: for he is a Galilean. fo: we ourselves have heard a 60 And Peter said, Man, I of his own mouth. know not what thou sayest. | CHAP. XXIII. And immediately, while he ND the whole multitude yet spake, the cock crew. of them arose, and led
61 And the Lord turned, him unto Pilate. and looked upon Peter. And 2 And they began to accuse Peter remembered the word him, saying, We found this of the Lord, how he had said fellow perverting the nation, unto him, Before the cock and forbidding to give tribute crow, thou shalt deny me to Cesar, saying that he himthrice.
self is Christ a King. d 62 And Peter went out, and 3 And Pilate asked him, wept bitterly.
saying, Art thou the King of f 63 And the men that held the Jews? And he answered Jesus mocked him, and smote him, and said, Thou sayest it. him.
4 Then said Pilate to the $ 64 And when they had chief priests and to the peoblindtolded him, they struck ple, I find no fault in this man. him on the face, and asked g 5' And they were the more him, saying, Prophesy, who fierce, saying, He stirreth is it that smote thee?
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with Christ, that he might bear it after 37 And saying, if thou be Jesus.
the king of the Jews, save f 27 ( And there followed thyself. him a great company of peo 38 Anda superscription also ple, and of women, which also was written over him in letbewailed and lamented him. ters of Greek, and Latin, and
28 But Jesus turning unto Hebrew, THIS IS THE them said, Daughters of Je- KING OF THE JEWS. rusalem, weep not for me, C 39 s And one of the malebut weep for yourselves, and factors which were hanged for your children.
railed on him, saying, If 29 For, behold, the days are thou be Christ, save thyself coming, in the which they and us. shall say, Blessed are the bar- c 40 But the other answering ren, and the wombs that rebuked him, saying, Dost never bare, and the paps not thou fear God, seeing which never gave suck. thou art in the same con
30 Then shall they begin demnation? to say to the mountains, Fall 41 And we indeed justly; for on us; and to the hills, Co- we receive the due reward
of our deeds: but this man 31 For if they do these hath done nothing amiss. things in a green tree, what d 42 And he said unto Jesus, shall be done in the dry? Lord, remember me when f 32 And there were also two thou comest into thy kingother malefactors led with dom. him to be put to death. 643 And Jesus said unto him, & 33 And when they were Verily I say unto thee, Tó come to the place which is day shalt thou be with me in called Calvary, there they paradise, crucified him, and the male- m44 And it was about the factors,one on the right hand, sixth hour, and there was and the other on the left. darkness over all the earth S 34 ( Then said Jesus, Fa- until the ninth hour. ther, forgive them; for they 45 And the sun was darkenknow not what they do. And ed, and the veil of the temple they parted his raiment, and was rent in the midst. cast lots.
$ 46 | And when Jesus had 35 And the people stood be. cried with a loud voice, he holding. And the rulers also said, Father, into thy hands with them derided him, say- I commend my spirit: and ing, He saved others; let him having said thus, he gave save himself, if he be Christ, up the ghost. the chosen of God.
47 Now when the centurion 3 36 And the soldiers also saw what was done, he glorimocked him, coming to him, fied God, saying, Certainly and offering him yinegar,
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they were much perplexed 50 ( And, behold, there was thereabout, behold, two men a man named Joseph, a coun- stood by them in shining gar: sellor; and he was a good ments: man, and a just:
5 And as they were afraid, g 51 (The same had not con- and bowed down their faces sented to the counsel and to the earth, they said unte deed of them;) he was of Ari- them, Why seek ye the living mathea, a city of the Jews, among the dead? who also himself waited for t 6 He is not here, but is the kingdom of God. risen: remember how he
52 This man went unto Pi- spake unto you when ht late, and begged the body of was yet in Galilee, Jesus.
a 7 Saying, The Son of man f 53 And he took it down, must be delivered into the and wrapped it in linen, and hands of sinful men, and be laid it in a sepulchre that was crucified, and the third day hewn in stone, wherein never rise again. man before was laid.
8 And they remembered his d 54 And that day was the words, preparation, and the sabbath 9 And returned from the
sepulchre, and told all these & 55 And the women also, things unto the eleven, and which came with him from to all the rest. Galilee, followed after, and J 10 It was Mary Magdalene beheld the sepulchre, and and Joanna, and Mary the how his body was laid. mother of James, and other s 56 And they returned, and women that were with them, prepared spices and oint- which told these things unto ments; and rested the sab- the apostles. bath day according to the 11 And their words seemed commandment.
to them as idle tales, and d CHAP. XXIV. they believed them not. NOW upon the first day 12 Then arose Peter, and
of the week, very early ran unto the sepulchre; and in the morning, they came stooping down, he beheld the unto the sepulchre, bringing linen clothes laid by them: the spices which they bad /selves, and departed, wouders
Christ appeareth to S. LUKE. the two disciples. ing in himself at that which 22 Yea, and certain women was come to pass.
also of our company made | 13 And, behold, two of us astonished, which were them went that same day to early at the sepulchre; a village called Emmaus, t 23 And when they found which was from Jerusalem not his body, they came, sayabout threescore furlongs. ing, that they had also seen
14 And they talked together a vision of angels, which said of all these things which had that he was alive. happened.
24 And certain of them 15 And it came to pass, which were with us went to that, while they communed the sepulchre, and found it together and reasoned, Jesus even so as the women had himself drew near, and went said: but him they saw not. with them.
25 Then he said unto them, 16 But their eyes were O fools, and slow of heart to holden that they should not believe all that the prophets know him.
have spoken: 17 And he said unto them, t 26 Ought not Christ to have What manner of communi- suffered these things, and to cations are these that ye enter into his glory? have one to another, as ye 27 And beginning at Moses walk, and are sad?
and all the prophets, he exv 18 And the one of them, pounded unto them in all the whose name was Cleopas, scriptures the things conanswering,said unto him, Art cerning himself. thou only a stranger in Jeru 28 And they drew nigh unto salem, and hast not known the village, whither they the things which are come to went: and he made as though pass there in these days? he would have gone further.
19 And he said unto them, 29 But they constrained What things? And they said him, saying, Abide with us: unto him, Concerning Jesus for it is toward evening, and of Nazareth, which was a the day is far spent. And prophet mighty in deed and he went in to tarry with them. word before God and all the 30 And it came to pass, as people:
he sat at meat with them, 20 And how the chief priests he took bread, and blessed it, and our rulers delivered him and brake, and gave to them. to be condemned to death, t 31 And their eyes were and have crucified him. opened, and they knew him;
21 But we trusted that it and he vanished out of their had been he which should sight. have redeemed Israel: and 1132 And they said one to beside all this, to day is the another, Did not our heart third day since these things burn within us, while he Si done.
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