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63 And the men that held AND the whole multitude
Christ is mocked,
ST. LUKE, accused before Pilate, 61 And the Lord turned,
CHAPTER XXIII. and looked upon Peter. And
1 Jesus is accused before Pilate, and sent to Peter remembered the word
Herod. 8 Herod mocketh him. 12 Herod of the Lord, how he had said and Pilate are made friends. 18 Barabbas
is desired by the people, and is loosed by unto him, Before the cock
Pilate, and Jesus is given to be crucified crow, thou shalt deny me 27 He telleth the women, that lament him
the destruction of Jerusalem; 34 and prayeth thrice.
for his enemies. 39 Two evil doers are cruci62 And Peter went out, and fied with him. 46 His death. 50 His burial. wept bitterly.
ND the whole multitude
of them arose, and led Jesus mocked him, and smote him unto Pilate. him.
2 And they began to accuse 64 And when they had blind him, saying, We found this folded him, they struck him on fellow perverting the nation, the face, and asked him, say and forbidding to give tribute ing, Prophesy, who is it that to Cesar, saying that he himsmote thee?
self is Christ a king. 65 And many other things 3 And Pilate asked him, say. blasphemously spake they a- ing, Art thou the King of the gainst him.
Jews? And he answered him 66 | And as soon as it was and said, Thou sayest it. day, the elders of the people 4 Then said Pilate to the and the chief priests and the chief priests and to the people, scribes came together, and I find no fault in this man. led him into their council, 5 And they were the more saying,
fierce, saying, He stirreth up 67 Art thou the Christ? tell the people, teaching through
And he said unto them, out all Jewry, beginning from If I tell you, ye will not be- Galilee to this place. lieve:
6 When Pilate heard of Ga68 And if I also ask you, ye lilee, he asked whether the will not answer me, nor let me man were a Galilean. go.
7 And as soon as he knew 69 Hereafter shall the Son of that he belonged unto Herod's man sit on the right hand of jurisdiction, he sent him to the power of God.
Herod, who himself also was 70 Then said they all, Art at Jerusalem at that time. thou then the Son of God? 8 T And when Herod saw And he said unto them, Ye Jesus, he was exceeding glad: say that I am.
for he was desirous to see him 71 And they said, What need of a long season, because he we any further witness? for we had heard many things of him; ourselves have heard of his own and he hoped to have seen mouth.
some miracle done by him.
and declared innocent. CHAPTER XXIII. Barabbas preferred.
9 Then he questioned with | to release Jesus, spake again
21 But they cried, saying, 10 And the chief priests and Crucify him, crucify hiin. scribes stood and vehemently 22 And he said unto them accused him.
the third time, Why, what evil 11 And Herod with his men hath he done? I have found of war set him at nought, and no cause of death in him: I mocked him, and arrayed him will therefore chastise him, in a gorgeous robe, and sent and let him go. him again to Pilate.
23 And they were instant with 12 | And the same day Pilate loud voices, requiring that he and Herod were made friends might be crucified : and the together; for before they were voices of them and of the at enmity between themselves. chief priests prevailed.
13 | And Pilate, when he 24 And Pilate gave sentence
25 And he released unto them 14 Said unto them, Ye have him that for sedition and murbrought this man unto me, as der was cast into prison, whom one that perverteth the peo- they had desired; but he deple; and, behold, I, having livered Jesus to their will. examined him before you,
2 26 And as they led him away, have found no fault in this they laid hold upon one Simon, man touching those things a Cyrenian, coming out of the whereof ye accuse him: country, and on him they laid
15 No, nor yet Herod: for I the cross, that he might bear
a great company of people, and 16 I will therefore chastise of women, which also bewail. him, and release him.
ed and lamented him. 17 For of necessity he must 28 But Jesus turning unto release one unto them at the them said, Daughters of Jerufeast.
salem, weep not for me, but 18 And they cried out all at weep for yourselves, and for once, saying, Away with this your children. man, and release unto us Ba- 29 For, behold, the days are rabbas:
coming, in the which they shal] 19 (Who for a certain sedi. say, Blessed are the barren, tion made in the city, and for and the wombs that never bare, murder, was cast into prison.) and the paps which never gave 20 Pilate therefore, willing | suck.
The crucifixion and ST. LUKE,
death of Christ 30 Then shall they begin to 41 And we indeed justly; for say to the mountains, Fall on we receive the due reward of us; and to the hills, Cover us. our deeds: but this man hath
31 For if they do these things done nothing amiss. in a green tree, what shall be 42 And he said unto Jesus, done in the dry ?
Lord, remember me when thou 32 And there were also two comest into thy kingdom. others, malefactors, led with 43 And Jesus said unto him, him to be put to death. Verily I say unto thee, To day 33 And when they were come
shalt thou be with me in
parato the place, which is called dise. Calvary, there they crucified 44 And it was about the sixth him, and the malefactors, one hour, and there was a darkon the right hand, and the ness over all the earth until other on the left.
the ninth hour. 34 | Then said Jesus, Fa- 45 And the sun was dark. ther, forgive them; for they ened, and the vail of the temknow not what they do. And ple was rent in the midst. they parted his raiment, and 46 | And when Jesus had cast lots.
cried with a loud voice, he 35 And the people stood be said, Father, into thy hands I holding. And the rulers also commend my spirit: and havwith them derided him, say. ing said thus, he gave up the ing, He saved others; let him ghost. save himself, if he be Christ, 47 Now when the centurion the chosen of God.
saw what was done, he glori. 36 And the soldiers also fied God, saying, Certainly this mocked him, coming to him, was a righteous man. and offering him vinegar, 49 And all the people that
37 And saying, If thou be the came together to that sight, King of the Jews, save thyself. beholding the things which
38 And a superscription also were done, smote their breasts, was written over him in letters and returned. of Greek, and Latin, and He- 49 And all his acquaintance, brew, THIS IS THE KING and the women that followed OF THE JEWS.
him from Galilee, stood afar 39 | And one of the male off, beholding these things. factors which were hanged 50 | And, behold, there was railed on him, saying, If thou a man named Joseph, a counbe Christ, save thyself and us. sellor; and he was a good man,
40 But the other answering and a just: rebuked him, saying, Dost not 51 The saine had not con. thou fear God, seeing thou art sented to the counsel and deed in the same condemnation? of thein: he was of Arima
CHAPTER XXIV. and resurrection. thea, a city of the Jews; who | about, behold, two men stood also himself waited for the king by them in shining garments : dom of God.
5 And as they were afraid, 52 This man went unto Pi. and bowed down their faces to late, and begged the body of the earth, they said unto them, Jesus.
Why seek ye the living among 53 And he took it down, and the dead ? wrapped it in linen, and laid 6 He is not here, but is risen: it in a sepulchre that was hewn remember how he spake unto in stone, wherein never man you when he was yet in Gabefore was laid.
lilee, 54 And that day was the 7 Saying, The Son of man preparation, and the sabbath must be delivered into the
hands of sinful men, and be 55 And the women also, crucified, and the third day which came with him from rise again. Galilee, followed after, and 8 And they remembered his beheld the sepulchre, and how words, his body was laid.
9 And returned from the se56 And they returned, and pulchre, and told all these prepared spices and ointments; things unto the eleven, and to and rested the sabbath day ac- all the rest. cording to the commandment. 10 It was Mary Magdalene,
and Joanna, and Mary the moCHAPTER XXIV.
ther of James, and other wo1 Christ's resurrection is declared by two angels to the women that come to the sepulchre. men that were with them, 9. These report it to the others. 13 Christ which told these things unto himself appeareth to the two disciples that went to Emmaus ; 36 afterwards he appear
the apostles. eth to the apostles, and reproveth their unbe- 11 And their words seemed lief; 47 giveth them a charge ; 49 promiseth the lloly Ghost; 51 and so ascendeth
to them as idle tales, and they into heaven.
believed them not. W
upon the first day of 12 Then arose Peter, and ran the week, very early in the unto the sepulchre; and stoopmorning, they came unto the ing down, he beheld the linen sepulchre, bringing the spices clothes laid by themselves, which they had prepared, and and departed, wondering in certain others with them. himself at that which was
2 And they found the stone come to pass. rolled away from the sepulchre. 13 | And, behold, two of 3 And they entered in, and them went that same day to a found not the body of the Lord village called Eminaus, which Jesus.
from Jerusalem about 4 And it came to pass, as they threescore furlongs. were much perplexed there- 14 And they talked together
to two disciples. of all these things which had | sion of angels, which said that happened.
he was alive. 15 And it came to pass, that, 24 And certain of them which while they communed together were with us went to the se. and reasoned, Jesus himself pulchre, and found it even so drew near, and went with as the women had said: but them.
him they saw not. 16 But their eyes were hold
Id-25 Then he said unto them, en that they should not know O fools, and slow of heart to him.
believe all that the prophets 17 And he said unto them, have spoken: What manner of communica- 26 Ought not Christ to have tions are these that ye have suffered these things, and to one to another, as ye walk, enter into his glory? and are sad ?
27 And beginning at Moses 18 And the one of them,whose and all the prophets, he exname was Cleopas, answering pounded unto them in all the said unto him, Art thou only Scriptures the things concerna stranger in Jerusalem, and ing himself. hast not known the things 28 And they drew nigh unto which are come to pass there the village, whither they went: in these days?
and he made as though he 19 And he said unto them, would have gone further. What things? And they said 29 But they constrained him, unto him, Concerning Jesus of saying, Abide with us; for it Nazareth, which was a prophet is toward evening, and the mighty in deed and word be- day is far spent. And he went fore God and all the people: in to tarry with them. 20 And how the chief priests, 30 And it came to pass, as and our rulers delivered him he sat at meat with them, he to be condemned to death, and took bread, and blessed it, and have crucified him.
brake, and gave to them. 21 But we trusted that it had 31 And their eyes were openbeen he which should have re-ed, and they knew him; and deemed Israel: and beside all he vanished out of their sight. this, to day is the third day 32 And they said one to an. since these things were done. other, Did not our heart burn
22 Yea, and certain women within us, while he talked also of our company made us with us by the way, and while astonished, which were early he opened to us the Scripat the sepulchre;
tures? 23 And when they found not 33 And they rose up the same his body, they came, saying, hour, and returned to Jerusathat they had also seen a vi- | lem, and found the eleven ga