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JOHN XIII. hath desired to have you,
thou ? Jesus answered him
; that he may sist you as Whither I go, thou canst not 32 wheat. But I have prayed follow me now; but thou
for thee, that thy faith fail shalt follow me afterward. not. And when thou art 37 Peter said unto
converted, strengthen thy Lord, why cannot I follows 33 brethren. And he said un thee now? I will lay down
to him; Lord, I am ready 38 my life for thy sake. Jesus
to go with thee, both into answered him; Wilt thou 34 prison, and to death. And lay down thy life for my
he said; I tell thee, Peter, sake? Verily, verily, I say the cock shall not crow this unto thee, the cock shall not day, before that thou shalt crow, till thou hast denied thrice deny that thou know
me thrice 35 est me.
And he said unto them; When I sent you without purse, and scrip, and shoes, lacked ye
any thing ? And they said ; 36 Nothing. Then said he unto them;
he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip; and he that hath no
sword, let him sell his gar37 ment, and buy one. For 1
say unto you, that this that is written must yet be accomplished in me; " And he was reckoned among
the transgressors." For the
things concerning me have 38 an end.
And they said ; Lord, behold, here are two swords. And he said unto them ; It is enough.
When Jesus had spoken went, as he was wont, to these words, he went forth the mount of Olives; and with his disciples, over the
his disciples also followed brook Cedron, where was a 40 him.
And when he was at garden, into the which he the place, he said unto entered, and his disciples. them; Pray that ye enter
MARK XIV. while I go and pray yonder. here, while I shall pray. 37 And he took with him Peter 33 And he taketh with him
and the two sons of Zebe Peter, and James, and dee, and began to be so- John; and began to be sore
rowful and very heavy. amazed, and to be very 38 Then saith he unto them ; 34 heavy. And he saith unto
My soul is exceeding sor them; My soul is exceedrowful, even unto death ; ing sorrowful unto death ; tarry ye here, and watch
tarry ye here, and watch. 39 with me. And he went a 35 And he went forward a little,
little farther, and fell on his and fell on the ground; and face, and prayed, saying ; prayed that, if it were posO my Father, if it be possi sible, the hour might pass ble, let this cup pass from 36 from him. And he said;
me; nevertheless, not as I Abba, Father, all things are 40 will, but as thou wilt. And possible unto thee; take away he cometh unto the disci this
Neverples, and findeth them theless, not what I will, but asleep, and saith unto Peter ; 37 what thou wilt. And he
What! could ye not watch cometh and findeth them 41 with me one hour? Watch
sleeping ; and saith unto Peand pray, that
ye enter not ter ; Simon, sleepest thou ? into temptation; the spirit couldest not thou watch one
indeed is willing, but the 38 hour? Watch ye and pray, 42 flesh is weak.
He went lest ye enter into temptaaway again the second time,
tion; the spirit truly is and prayed, saying; O my ready, but the flesh is weak. Father, if this cup may not 39 And again he went away, pass away from me, except and prayed, and spake the
I drink it, thy will be done. 40 same words. And wlien he 43 And he came and found returned, he found them
them asleep again ; (for asleep again ; for their eyes 44 'their eyes were heavy ;) and were heavy, neither wist
he left them, and went away they what to answer him. again, and prayed the third 41 And he cometh the third
tirne, saying the same words. time, and saith unto them ; 45 Then cometh he to his dis Are ye sleeping on now, and
ciples, and saith unto them ; taking your rest? it is Are ye sleeping on now,
enough, the hour is come ; and taking your rest? be behold the Son of man is hold, the hour is at hand, betrayed into the hands of and the Son of man is be- 42 sinners. Rise up, let us go ; trayed into the hands of sin lo, he that betrayeth me is
he was withdrawn from them
kneeled down, and prayed, 42 saying; Father, if thou be
my will, but thine be done. 43 And there appeared an
angel unto him from heaven, 44 strengthening him. And
being in an agony he prayed
drops of blood falling down 45 to the ground. And when
prayer, and was come to the disci
ples, he found them sleeping 46 for sorrow; and said unto
them; Why sleep ye? rise
he rose up
MARK XIV.. 46 ners. Rise, let us be going ;
behold, he is at hand that doth betray me.
And while he yet spake, 43 And immediately, while he lo, Judas, one of the twelve, yet spake, cometh Judas, came, and with him a great one of the twelve, and with multitude with swords and him a great multitude with staves, from the chief priests swords and staves, from the
and elders of the people. chief priests, and the scribes, 48 Now he that betrayed him 44 and the elders. And he
gave them a sign, saying; that betrayed him had given Whomsoever I shall kiss, them a
token, saying ; that same is he; hold him Whomsoever I shall kiss,
And forthwith he that same is he; take him, came to Jesus, and said ;
and lead him away safely. Hail, Master; and kissed 45 And as
as he 50 him.
And Jesus said unto come, he goeth straightway him; Friend, wherefore art to him, and saith ; Master, thou come ? Then came master;
and kissed him. they and laid hands on Je- 46 And they laid their hands sus, and took him.
on him, and took him. — 51 And, behold, one of them 47 And one of them that stood which were
with Jesus by, drew a sword, and smote stretched out his hand, and a servant of the high priest drew his sword; and struck 48 and cut off his ear. And
a servant of the high priest, Jesus answered and said unto 52 and smote off his ear. Then them ;
Ye are come out as said Jesus unto him; Put against a thief, with swords up again thy sword into his
and with staves to take me. place; for all they that 49 I was daily with you in the
take the sword shall perish temple, teaching, and ye 53 with the sword. Thinkest took me not; but the scrip
thou that I cannot now pray 50 tures must he fulâlled. And to my Father, and he shall they all forsook him and presently give me more than 51 fled. And there followed
twelve legions of angels? him a certain young man, 54 But how then shall the having a linen cloth cast
scriptures be fulfilled? for about his naked body; and 55 thus it must be.
the young men laid hold on that same hour said Jesus to 52 him. And he left the linen the multitudes ; Ye are come cloth, and fled from them out as against a thief, with naked. swords and staves for to
And while he yet spake, 2 And Judas also, which behold a multitude, and he betrayed him, knew the that was called Judas, one place; for Jesus oft-times of the twelve, went before resorted thither with his
them, and drew near unto 3 disciples. Judas then hav48 Jesus to kiss himn. But ing received a band of men,
Jesus said unto him ; Judas, and officers from the chief
betrayest thou the Son of priests and Pharisees, com49 man with a kiss ?
When eth thither with lanterns, and they which were about him
torches, and weapons. saw what would follow, they 4 Jesus therefore knowing said unto him; Lord, shall all things that should come we smite with the sword ?
upon him, went forth and 50 And one of them smote the said unto them ; Whom seek servant of the high priest, 5 ye?
5 ye? They answered him ; and cut off his right ear.
Jesus of Nazareth. Jesus. 51 And Jesus answered and saith unto them ; I am he.
said ; Suffer ye thus far. (And Judas, also, which be
And he touched his ear, and trayed him, stood with 52 healed him.
Then 6 them.) As soon then as he Jesus said unto the chief had said unto them; I am priests, and captains of the he; they went backward, temple, and
the elders, and fell to the ground. which were come to him ; . Then asked he them again ; Ye be come out as against Whom seek ye? And they
a thief, with swords and said ; Jesus of Nazareth. 53 staves; when I was daily | 8 Jesus answered i
I have with you in the temple, ye told you that I am he; if stretched forth hands therefore ye seek me, let against me; but this is
your 9 these go their way. That hour, and the power of the saying might be fuldarkness.
filled which he spake;
them which thou gavest me,
have 1 lost 10 none."
Then Simon Peter, having a sword, drew it, and
the high priest's servant, and cut off
his right ear. The servant's
11 name was Malchus. Then