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tains, Fall on us; and to the bills, co- Golgotha. ver us. For if they do these things in 31. Luk. xxiiię a green tree, what shall be done in the dry? And there were alfo two other 32. malefactors led with him to be put to Mat.xxvii. death. And when they were come to the 33. place which is called Calvary [or]* Gol-22. Mar. xv.22. gotha, which is being interpreted, The Mar. xv. place of a Scull,They gave him 34. Mat. xxvii. vinegar to drink, mingled with gall: and when he had tafted thereof, he
Mat.xxvii. would not drink: * there they crucifi- 33. Luk. xxiii,
*And Pilate wrote a title, and put 19. Joh. xix. it on the cross. And the writing was
Mar.xv.26. in letters of Greek, and Latin, and 38. Luk. xxiii.
*And the Scripture was fulfilled, which 28. Mar. xv?
Golgotha. And it was written in Hebrew, and Greek, Anno Joh. xix. 21 and Latin. Then faid the chief Priefts Etat. 33. of the Jews to Pilate, Write not, The king of fews, but that he faid, I am 22. king of the fews. Pilate anfwered, What I have written, I have written. Mark xv: 25. *And it was the (†) third hour, and Mat. xxvii. 38. they crucified him. Then were there two thieves crucified with him, one on 27. Luk. xxiii. the right hand, and another on the left. Luk. xxiii. 34. Then faid Jefus, Father, forgive them Mat. xxvii. 39. for they know not what they do. And Mar. xv. they that paffed by, reviled him, wag, 29, 30, 31, 40. ging their heads, And faying, Thou that Luk. xxiii. deftroyeft the temple, and buildeft it in 35. three days, fave thy felf: if thou be the Son of God, come down from the crofs. Likewife alfo the chief Priests mocking him, with the Scribes and Elders, Luk. xxiii. 35-faid, He faved others; let him fave "Mat.xxvii. bimfelf, if he be Chrift the chofen of 42. Mar. xv. 32. God: Let Chrift the king of Ifrael defcend now from the cross, that we may Mat. xxvii. 43. fee and believe. He trufted in God; let him deliver him now if he will have bim, for he faid, I am the fon of God. And the foldiers alfo mocked him, coming to him, and offering him vine37.gar, And faying, If thou be the king of the Jews, fave thy felf.
Luke xxiii, 36,
And one of the malefactors, which 'Mat.xxvii. were hanged, railed on him, faying, If 44. thou be Chrift, fave thy felf and us.
(t) Third hour, that is nine of the Clock in the Morning,
But the other answering, rebuked him, Golgotha. Atat. 33. faying, Doft not thou fear God, seeing thou 40. Luk. xxiii. art in the fame condemnation? And we 41. indeed juftly; for we receive the due reward of our deeds: but this man hath done nothing amifs. And he faid to Je- 42. fus, Lord, remember me when thou comeft into thy kingdom. And Jefus faid unto 43. him, Verily, I fay unto thee, To day Shalt thou be with me in paradife.
* Now there ftood by the crofs of 25. Joh. xix. Jefus, his mother, and his mother's fifter, Mary the wife of Cleopas, and Mary Magdalen. When Jefus there- 26. fore faw his mother, and the disciple standing by whom he loved, he faith unto his mother, Woman, bebold thy fon. Then faith he to the difciple, Be- 27. hold thy mother. And from that hour that disciple took her unto his own home.
*And when the (+) fixth hour was 33. Mar. xv. come, there was darkness over the Luk. xxiii. whole land until the () ninth hour, Mat.xxvii. And the fun was darkned. *b And 45. Luk.xxiii. about the ninth hour Jefus cried with a 34. Mar. xv. loud voice, faying, Eloi, Eloi, lama fabathani? which being interpreted is, My God, my God why hast thou forfaken me? Some of them that ftood there 47. Mat.xxvii. when they heard that, faid, This man · calleth for Elias. After this Jefus 28. Joh. xix. knowing that all things were now ac
(+) Sixth hour, that is twelve of the Clock.
Ætat. 33. Minift.4.
Golgotha. complished, that the fcripture might Anno Joh. xix. 29. be fulfilled, faith, Ithirft. Now there Mat. xxvii.48. was fet a veffel full of vinegar. And Mar. xv. ftraightway one of them ran and took 36. John xix. 29.a fpunge, and put it upon hyffop, Joh. xix. Mat. xxvii.49. and put it to his mouth, The reftMat.xxvii. faid, Let be, let us fee whether Elias 48. John xix. 30. will come to fave him. * When Jefus Mar. xv. therefore had received the vinegar, Mat.xxvii. 50. * 8 [And] when he had cried again with Mar. xv. Luk. xxiii. 46.a loud voice, he faid, Father, into 37. John xix. 30. thy hands I commend my foul. It is Luk. xxiii, finished: and he bowed his head, and 46. gave up the Ghost.
* And behold the vail of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom, and the earth did quake, and 52. the rocks rent. And the graves were
opened, and many bodies of faints which 53. flept arofe, And came out of the graves
after his refurrection, and went into the holy city and appeared to many. 54. Now when the Centurion which Mar. xv. Mar. xv. 39. ftood over against him, And they that 39; Mat.xxvii. 54. were with him watching Jefus, * saw Mar. XV, 39. that he fo cried out, and gave up the Mat. xxvii.$4. Ghoft, [and] faw the earthquake, and thofe things that were done, they Luk. xxiii. 47. feared greatly, [and] * glorified God, faying, Certainly this was a righteous *Truly this man was the fon of Mat.xxvii, And all the people that came 54. together to that fight, beholding the things that were done, fmote their 49. breafts and returned. And all his acMat.xxvii, 55. quaintance. And many women Mar. xv.
Luk. xxiii. 48. God.
were there (beholding afar off) ** among Golgotha. tat 33 whom was Mary Magdalen, and Mary 40. Mar, xv. Minift. 4, the mother of James the lefs, and of
56. Jofes, and the mother of Zebedee's 56. Mat.xxvii.
women which came up with him to
The Burial of Jefus Christ.
HE Jews therefore, because it was 31. Joh. xix,
fhould not remain upon the cross on the