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Peter denieth Christ. S. JOHN. Christ arraigned. that kept the door, and 26 One of the servants of brought in Peter.

the high priest, being his a 17 Then saith the damsel kinsman whose ear Peter cut that kept the door unto Pe- off, saith, Did not I see thee ter, Art not thou also one of in the garden with him? this man's disciples? He a 27 Peter then denied again: saith, I am not.

and immediately the cock 18 And the servants and crew. officers stood there, who had f'28 | Then led they Jesus made a fire of coals; for it from Caiaphas unto the hall was cold: and they warmed of judgment: and it was themselves: and Peter stood early; and they themselves with them, and warmed went not into the judgment himself.

hall, lest they should be def 19 9 The high priest then filed; but that they might asked Jesus of his disciples, eat the passover. and of his doctrine.

29 Pilate then went out unto 20 Jesus answered him, I them, and said, What accusa. spake openly to the world; tion bring ye against this I ever taught in the syna- man? gogue, and in the temple, 30 They answered and said whither the Jews always re- unto him, If he were not a sort; and in secret have I malefactor, we would not said nothing.

have delivered him up unto 21 Why askest thou me? ask thee. them which heard me, what 31 Then said Pilate unto I have said unto them: be- them, Take ye him, and hold, they know what I said.judge him according to your f 22' And when he had thus law. The Jews therefore said spoken, one of the officers unto him, It is not lawful for which stood by struck Jesus us to put any man to death: with the palm of his hand, a 32 That the saying of Je. saying, Answerest thou the sus might be fulfilled, which high priest so?

he spake, signifying what d 23 Jesus answered him, If death he should die. I have spoken evil, bear wit. 33 Then Pilate entered into ness of the evil: bút if well, the judgment hall again, and why smitest thou me? called Jesus, and said unto

24 Now Annas had sent him, Art thou the King of him bound unto Caiaphas the Jews? the high priest.

34 Jesus answered him, a 25 And Simon Peter stood Sayest thou this thing of thyand warmed himself. They self, or did others tell it thee said therefore unto him, Art of me? hot thou also one of his dis- 35 Pilate answered, Am I ciples? He denied it, and a Jew? Thine own nation id, I am not.

and the chief priests have

Christ scourged and CHAP. XIX. crowned with thorns. delivered thee unto me: what again, and saith unto them, hast thou done?

Behold, I bring him forth to t 36 Jesus answered, My you, that ye may know that kingdom is not of this world: I find no fault in him. if my kingdom were of this 5 Then came Jesus forth, world, then would my ser- wearing the crown of thorns, vants fight, that I should not and the purple robe. And be delivered to the Jews: but Pilate saith unto them, Benow is my kingdom not from hold the man! hence.

$ 6 When the chief priests c 37 Pilate therefore said un- therefore and officers saw to him, Art thou a king then? him, they cried out, saying, Jesus answered, Thou say. Crucify him, crucify him. est that I am á king. To Pilate saith unto them, Take this end was I born, and for ye him, and crucify him: for this cause came I into the I find no fault in him. world, that I should bear t 7 The Jews answered him, witness unto the truth. Eve. We have a law,and byour law ry one that is of the truth he ought to die, because he heareth my voice.

made himself the Son of God. c 38 Pilate saith unto him, .f 8 9 When Pilate therefore What is truth? And when he heard that saying, he was had said this, he went out the more afraid; again unto the Jews, and 9 And went again into the saith unto them, I find in judgment hall, and saith unto him no fault at all.

Jesus, Whence art thou? But 39 But ye have a custom, Jesus gave him no answer. that I should release unto 10 Then saith Pilate unto you one at the passover: will him, Speakest thou not unto ye therefore that I release un- me?'knowest thou not that I to you the King of the Jews? have power to crucify thee,

40 Then cried they all and bave power to release again, saying, Not this man, thee? but Barabbas. Now Barab- t 11 Jesus answered, Thou bas was a robber.

couldest have no power at CHAP. XIX. all against me, except it were WHEN Pilate therefore given thee from above: therehim.

to thee hath the greater sin. 82 And the soldiers platted 12 And from thenceforth a crown of thorns, and put Pilate sought to release him: it on his head, and they put but the Jews cried out, sayon him a purple robe, ing, If thou let this man go,

3 And said, Hail, King of thou art not Cesar's friend: the Jews! and they smote whosoever maketh himself a him with their hands. king speaketh against Cesar. 4 Pilate therefore went forth | 13 When Pilate therefore Christ's crucifixion. S. JOHN.

Christ dieth. heard that saying, he brought| 22 Pilate answered, What I Jesus forth, and sat down in have written I have written. the judgment seat in a place f23@Then the soldiers, when that is called the Pavement, they had crucified Jesus, took but in the Hebrew, Gabó his garments, and made four batha.

parts, to every soldier a part; 14 And it was the prepa- and also his coat: now the ration of the passover, and coat was without seam, woven about the sixth hour: and he from the top throughout. saith unto the Jews, Behold a 24 They said therefore your King!

among themselves, Let us s 15 But they cried out, Away not rend it, but cast lots for with him, away with him, it, whose it shall be: that the crucify him. Pilate saith un- scripture might be fulfilled, to them, Shall I crucify your which saith, They parted my King? The chief priests an- raiment among them, and for swered, We have no king but my vesture they did cast lots. Cesar,

These things therefore the 16 Then delivered he him soldiers did. therefore unto them to be f 25 Now there stood by crucified. And they took Je- the cross of Jesus his mother, sus, and led him away. and his mother's sister, Mary f 17 And he bearing his cross the wife of Cleoplias, and wert forth into a place called Mary Magdalene. the place of a skull, which is s 26 When Jesus therefore called in the Hebrew Gol- saw his mother, and the disgotha:

ciple standing by, whom he 13 Where they crucified him, loved, he saith unto his moand two others with him, on ther, Woman, behold thy son! either side Cure, and Jesus in d 27 Then saith he to the disthe midst.

ciple, Behold thy mother! f 19 ( And Pilate wrote a And from that hour that distitle, and put it on the cross. ciple took her unto his own And the writing was, JESUS home. OF NAZARETH THE a 28 4 After this, Jesus knowKING OF THE JEWS. ing that all things were now

20 This title then read accomplished, that the seripmany of the Jews: for the ture might be fulfilled, saith, place where Jesus was cru- I thirst. cified was nigh to the city: 29 Now there was set a vesand it was written in He- sel full of vinegar: and they brew, and Greek, and Latin. filled a sponge with vinegar,

21 Then said the chief and put it upon hyssop, and priests of the Jews to Pilate, put it to his mouth. Write not, The King of the 5*30 When Jesus therefore Jews; but that he said, I am had received the vinegar, he King of the Jews,

said, It is finished: and he

Christ's burial

CHAP. XX,

and resurrection. bowed his head, and gave up and aloes, about an hundred the ghost.

pound weight. f 31 The Jews therefore, be- 40 Then took they the body cause it was the preparation, of Jesus, and wound it in lithat the bodies should not re- nen clothes with the spices, main upon the cross on the as the manner of the Jews is sabbath day,(for that sabbath to bury. day was an high day,) be- 41 Now in the place where sought Pilate that their legs he was crucified there was a might be broken, and that garden; and in the garden a they might be taken away. new sepulchre, wherein was

32 Then came the soldiers, never man yet laid. and brake the legs of the f 42 There laid they Jesus first, and of the other which therefore because of the Jews' was crucified with him.

preparation day; for the se33 But when they came to pulchre was nigh at hand. Jesus, and saw that he was | CHAP. xx. dead already, they brake not

T his legs:

THE first day of the week

cometh Mary Magda$ 34 But one of the soldiers lene early, when it was yet with a spear pierced his side, dark, unto the sepulchre, and forth with came there and seeth the stone taken out blood and water.

away from the sepulchre. 35 And he that saw it bare 2 Then she runneth, and record, and his record is true: cometh to Simon Peter, and and he knoweth that he saith to the other disciple, whom true, that ye might believe. Jesus loved, and saith unto a 36' For these things were them, They have taken away done, tha: the scripture the Lord out of the sepulchre, should be fulfilled, A bone and we know not where they of him shall not be broken. have laid him. a 37 And again anotherscrip- 3 Peter therefore went ture saith, They shall look on forth, and that other disciple, him whom they pierced. and came to the sepulchfe. $ 38 And after this Joseph 4 So they ran both together: of Arimathea, being a disci- and the other disciple did ple of Jesus, but secretly for outrun Peter, and came first fear of the Jews, besought to the sepulchre. Pilate that he might take 5 And he stooping down, away the body of Jesus: and and looking in, saw the linen Pilate gave him leave. He clothes lying; yet went he came therefore, and took the not in. body of Jesus.

6 Then cometh Simon Peter 0 39 And there came also Ni- following him, and went into codemus, which at the first the sepulchre, and seeth the came to Jesus by night, and linen clothes lie, brought a mixture of myrrhl 7 And the napkin, that

Christ appeareth S. JOHN.

to his disciples. about his head, not lying with yet ascended to my Father: the linen clothes, but wrapped but go to my brethren, and together in a place by itself. say unto them, I ascend unto c 8 Then went in also that my Father, and your Father other disciple, which caine and to my God, and yourGod. first to the sepulchre, and 18 Mary Magdalene came he saw, and believed.

and told the disciples that 9 For as yet they knew not she had seen the Lord, and the scripture, that he must that he had spoken these rise again from the dead.

things unto her. 10 Then the disciples went d 19 Then the same day at away again unto their own evening, being the first day home.

of the week, when the doors f 11 ( But Mary stood with-were shut where the disciout at the sepulchre weep- ples were assembled for fear ing: and as she wept, she of the Jews, came Jesus and stooped down, and looked in- stood in the midst, and saith to the sepulchre,

unto them, Peace be unto you. m12 And seeth two angels in c 20 And when he had so said, white sitting, the one at the he shewed unto them his head, and the other at the hands and his side. Then feet, where the body of Jesus were the disciples glad, when had lain.

they saw the Lord. h 13 And they say unto her, 6 21 Then said Jesus to them Woman, why weepest thou? again, Peace be unto you: as She saith unto them, Because my Father hath sent me, they have taken away my even so send I you. Lord, and I know not where t 22 And when he had said they have laid him. this, he breathed on them,

14 And when she had thus and saith unto them, Receive said, she turned herself back, ye the Holy Ghost: and saw Jesus standing, and 23 Whose soever sins ye reknew not that it was Jesus. mit, they are remitted unto

15 Jesus saith unto her, them; and whose soever sins Woman, why weepest thou? ye retain, they are retained. whom seekest thou? She,sup- 24 But Thomas, one of the posing him to be the garden- twelve, called Didymus, was er, saith unto him, Sir, if thou not with them when Jesus have borne him hence, tell came. me where thou hast laid him, p 25 The other disciples and I will take him away. therefore said unto him, We $ 16 Jesus saith unto her, Ma- have seen the Lord. But he ry, She turned herseif, and said unto them, Except I saith unto him, Rabboni; shall see in his hands the which is to say, Master. print of the nails, and put my

17 Jesus saith unto her, finger into the print of the Touch me not; for I am notl nails, and thrust my hand in

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