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Golgotha. * And now when the even was come Anno
that he might take away the body of Luk. xxiii. 39. Jefus. And there came alfo Nicode- $2. mus (which at first came to Jefus by night) and brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about a hundred pound Mar. xv. 44. weight. And Pilate marvelled if he were already dead and calling unto him the Centurion, he asked him whe45 ther he had been any while dead, And when he knew it of the Centurion,
Mat. xxvii. 58. Then Pilate commanded the body Mar. xv.
And when Jofeph had taken the body, Mar.xv.46 he wrapped it in a clean linen cloth, Luk. xxiii. Joh. xix. 40. with the fpices, as the manner of the joh.xix.40. 41. Jews is to bury. Now in the place where he was crucified, there was a
garden, and in the garden a new fe- "Mat.xxvii. Mar. xv.46.
Mat. xxvii. 60. pulchre, which he had hewn out in the
Garden of the
in was never man yet laid.
And he Garden of th
Atat. 33 rolled a great ftone to the door of the Sepulchre.
Mat.xxvii. fepulchre, and departed.
Galilee, fitting over against the fepul. 61. Mat.xxvii. Mar. xv. chre, and beheld the fepulchre, and 55. Luk. xxiii. how his body was laid, and they re- 56. turned, and prepared fpices and ointment, and refted the fabbath day, according to the commandment.
The chief among the Jews obtain a
OW the next day that followed 6a. Mat.xxvii,
Nthe day of the preparation, the
chief Priefts and Pharifees: came toget
ther unto Pilate, faying, Sir, we re- 63.
Garden of the
On the Sunday early in the Morning
Anno Ætat. 33. Minift. 4.
Mar. xvi. 1. 2
ND when the fabbath was paft, Mat. A very early in the morning, asxxviii. r. Matxxvifi.1. it began to dawn towards the firft day Luk.xxiv.i 2. of the week, came Mary Magda- Mar. xvi. len, and Mary the mother of James, 2. and Salome, [who] had bought fweet Mat. fpices, that they might come and a- Joh. xx. 1. noint him they came to the fepulchre 1. at the rifing of the fun, bringing the fpices which they had prepared, and 3. certain others with them. And they faid among themfelves, Who shall roll
us away the ftone from the door of the 4.fepulchre? for it was very great. *And Mat. xxviii. 2, behold, there was a great earthquake
for the angel of the Lord defcended Garden of the Etat. 33 from heaven, and came and rolled back Sepulchre. Minift. 4. the ftone from the door, and fat upon Luk.xxiv.it. (And when they looked, they 4. faw that the ftone was rolled away) Joh.xx. 1 * And they entred into the fepulchre, 3. * and found not the body of the Lord Jefus. And it came to pafs as they were much perplexed thereabout, behold two men ftood by them in thining garments. They faw a young man 5. fitting on the right fide, * His counte- 3. Mat. xxviii. Mar.xvis nance was like lightning, and his rai
ment white as fnow. And for fear of 4. Mat. xxviii.
*Mar.xvi.6. faces to the earth, the angel anfwer- 5. Mat. xxviii.
f * &
6: Mat. xxviii.
5. Luk. xxiva
xvi.6. not here: for he is rifen, as be faid: *Mar.xvi.6. come, fee the place where the Lord lay. * Why Seek ye the living among the dead? He is not here, but is rifen: 6. remember how he spake unto you, when he was yet in Galilee, faying, The fon 7 of man must be delivered into the hands of finful men, and be crucified, and the Mar. xvi. third day rife again. And go quick 7. Mat. xxviii. ly and tell his difciples, and Peter that 7. Mar. xvi. be is rifen from the dead; and behold be 47. goeth before you into Galilee: there shall xxviii. ye fee him, lo, I have told you. And 8. Luk. xxiv. they remembred his words, And they 8. Mat. xxvii. departed quickly from the fepulchre
Luk. xxiv. 5. Mar. xvi. 3.Luk.xxiv.
Garden of the with fear and great joy; for they Anno
8. faid they any thing to any man, for Minift. 4.
9. they were afraid, and returned from Mat.
as idle tales, and they believed them 2. not. * Then [Mary Magdalen] runneth, and cometh to Simon Peter, and to the other difciple, whom Jefus loved, and faith unto them, They have taken away the Lord out of the fepulchre, and we know not where they have 3. laid him. Peter therefore went forth, Luk xxiv. and that other difciple, and came to 12. 4. the fepulchre. So they ran both toge-ther and the other difciple did outrun Peter, and came firft to the fepul5. chre. And he stooping down, and looking in, faw the linen clothes lying by Luk. xxiv. 12. * themselves; * yet went he not in. Then Joh. xx. 6. cometh Simon Peter following him, and went into the fepulchre, and feeth 7. the linen clothes lie; And the napkin that was about his head, not lying with the linen clothes, but wrapped 8. together in a place by it felf. Then went in alfo that other difciple, which came firft to the fepulchre, and he faw, 10. and believed. For as yet they knew not the fcripture, that he muft rife again from