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Christ brought
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before Pilate thrice. And when he thought 9 But Pilate answered them, thereon, he wept.

saying, Will ye that I release CHAPTER XV.

unto you the King of the 1 Jesus brought bound, and accused before Pic Jews?

late. 15 Upon the clamour of the common 10 For he knew that the chief people, the murderer Barabbas is loosed, and Jesus delivered up to be crucified. 17 He is priests had delivered him for crowned with thorns, 19 spit on, and mock

envy. ed; 21 fainteth in bearing his cross; 27 is crucified between two thieves; 29 suffereth

11 But the chief priests movfessed by the centurion to be the Son of God; rather release Barabbas unto the reproaches of the Jews : 39 but is con: ed the people, that he should 43 and is honourably buried by Joseph. ANDorstraightway in the them.

12 And Pilate answered and held a consultation with the said again unto them, What elders and scribes and the will ye then that I shall do whole council, and bound Je. unto him whom ye call the sus, and carried him away, King of the Jews? and delivered him to Pilate. 13 And they cried out again,

2 And Pilate asked him, Art Crucify him. thou the King of the Jews ? 1

14 Then Pilate said unto And he answering said unto them, Why, what evil hath he him, Thou sayest it.

done? And they cried out 3 And the chief priests ac- the more exceedingly, Crucify cused him of many things; him. but he answered nothing. 15 | And so Pilate, willing

4 And Pilate asked him a- to content the people, released gain, saying, Answerest thou Barabbas unto them, and denothing? behold how many livered Jesus, when he had things they witness against scourged him, to be crucified. thee.

16 And the soldiers led him 5 But Jesus yet answered away into the hall, called Prenothing; so that Pilate mar- torium ; and they call together velled.

the whole band. 6 Now at that feast he releas. 17 And they clothed him ed unto them one prisoner, with purple, and platted a whomsoever they desired. crown of thorns, and put it

7 And there was one named about his head, Barabbas, which lay bound with 18 And began to salute him, them that had made insurrec- Hail, King of the Jews! tion with him, who had com- 19 And they smote him on mitted murder in the insurrec- the head with a reed, and did tion.

spit upon him, and bowing 8 And the multitude crying their knees worshipped him. aloud began to desire him to do 20 And when they had mockas he had ever done unto them. I ed him, they took off the pur.

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Christ is crucified.
CHAPTER XV.

His death.
ple from him, and put his own | He saved others; himself he
clothes on him, and led him cannot save.
out to crucify him.

32 Let Christ the King of 21 And they compel one Si. Israel descend now from the mon a Cyrenian, who passed cross, that we may see and beby, coming out of the country, lieve. And they that were the father of Alexander and crucified with him reviled him. Rufus, to bear his cross. 33 And when the sixth hour

22 And they bring him unto was come, there was darkness
the place Golgotha, which is, over the whole land until the
being interpreted, The place ninth hour.
of a skull.

34 And at the ninth hour 23 And they gave him to drink Jesus cried with a loud voice, wine mingled with myrrh : but saying, Eloi, Eloi, lama sahe received it not.

bachthani ? which is, being 24 And when they had cru- interpreted, My God, my God, cified him, they parted his why hast thou forsaken me? garments, casting lots upon 35 And some of them that them, what every man should stood by, when they heard it, take.

said, Behold, he calleth Elias. 25 And it was the third hour, 36 And one ran and filled a and they crucified him. sponge

full of vinegar, and put 26 And the superscription of it on a reed, and gave him to his 'accusation was written drink, saying, Let alone; let over, THE KING OF THE us see whether Elias will come JEWS.

to take him down. 27 And with him they cru- 37 And Jesus cried with a cify two thieves; the one on loud voice, and gave up the his right hand, and the other ghost. on his left.

38 And the vail of the tem28 And the scripture was ful- ple was rent in twain from the filled, which saith, And he was top to the bottom. numbered with the transgress

39 | And when the centurion,

which stood over against him, 29 And they that passed by saw that he so cried out, and railed on him, wagging their gave up the ghost, he said, heads, and saying, Ah, thou Truly this man was the Son that destroyest the temple, and of God. buildest it in three days,

40 There were also women 30 Save thyself, and come looking on afar off: among down from the cross.

whom was Mary Magdalene, 31 Likewise also the chief and Mary the mother of James priests mocking said among the less and of Joses, and Sathemselves with the scribes, Home;

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Christ's burial.

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His resurrection. 41 Who also, when he was spices, that they might come in Galilee, followed him, and and anoint him. ministered unto him; and ma- 2 And very early in the mornny other women which came ing, the first day of the week, up with him unto Jerusa- they came unto the sepulchre lem.

at the rising of the sun. 42 | And now when the even 3 And they said among them. was come, because it was the selves, Who shall roll us away preparation, that is, the day the stone from the door of the before the sabbath,

sepulchre ? 43 Joseph of Arimathea, an 4 And when they looked, they honourable counsellor, which saw that the stone was rolled also waited for the kingdom away: for it was very great. of God, came, and went in 5 And entering into the se. boldly unto Pilate, and craved pulchre, they saw a young the body of Jesus.

man sitting on the right side, 44 And Pilate marvelled if clothed in a long white garhe were already dead : and ment; and they were affrightcalling unto him the centurion, ed. he asked him whether he had 6 And he saith unto them, been any while dead.

Be not affrighted : Ye seek Je45 And when he knew it of sus of Nazareth, which was the centurion, he gave the body crucified: he is risen; he is to Joseph.

not here: behold the place 46 And he bought fine linen, where they laid him. and took him down, and wrap- 7 But go your way, tell his ped him in the linen, and laid disciples and Peter that he him in a sepulchre which was goeth before you into Galilee: hewn out of a rock, and rolled a there shall ye see him, as he stone unto the door of the se

said unto you. pulchre.

8 And they went out quick47 And Mary Magdalene and ly, and fled from the sepulchre; Mary the mother of Joses be- for they trembled and were held where he was laid. amazed: neither said they any

thing to any man; for they CHAPTER XVI.

were afraid. 1 An angel declareth the resurrection of Christ 9 | Now when Jesus was

9 Christ himself appeareth to Mary Magdalene; 12 to two going in

risen early the first day of to the country; 14 then to the apostles, 15 whom he sendeth forth to preach the gospel.

the week, he appeared first to 19 He ascendeth into heaven.

Mary Magdalene, out of whom ND when the sabbath was he had cast seven devils.

past, Mary Magdalene, 10 And she went and told and Mary the mother of James, them that had been with him, and Salome, had bought sweet as they mourned and wept.

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to his disciples
11 And they, when they had | baptized shall be saved; but
heard that he was alive, and he that believeth not shall be
had been seen of her, believed damned.
not.

17 And these signs shall fol12 | After that he appeared low them that believe; In my in another form unto two of name shall they cast out dethem, as they walked, and vils; they shall speak with went into the country.

new tongues; 13 And they went and told 18 They shall take up serit unto the residue: neither pents; and if they drink any believed they them.

deadly thing, it shall not hurt 14 | Afterward he appeared them; they shall lay hands unto the eleven as they sat at on the sick, and they shall remeat, and upbraided them with cover. their unbelief and hardness of 19 heart, because they believed had spoken unto them, he was not them which had seen him received up into heaven, and after he was risen.

sat on the right hand of God. 15 And he said unto them, 20 And they went forth, and

ye into all the world, and preached everywhere, the preach the gospel to every crea- Lord working with them, and ture.

confirming the word with signs 16 He that believeth and is following. Amen.

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CHAPTER I.

them unto us, which from the 1 The preface of Luke to his whole gospel. 5

Of Zacharias and Elisabeth, 11'An ange? beginning were eyewitnesses, foreteileth the birth of John the

Baptist. 26

and ministers of the word; Gabriel is sent to Mary. 39 The prophecy 3 It seemed good to me also, of Elisabeth, and of Mary, concerning Christ. 67 The birth and circumcision of John. 67 having had perfect understand. The prophecy of Zacharias, both concerning | ing of all things from the very FORASMUCH asmanyhave first, to write unto thee in or.

taken in hand to set forth der, most excellent Theophilus, in order a declaration of those 4 That thou mightest know things which are most surely the certainty of those things, believed among us,

wherein thou hast been in2 Even as they delivered structed.

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THERE

An angel appeareth ST. LUKE,

to Zacharias. HERE was in the

was in the drink neither wine nor strong

days of Herod, the drink; and he shall be filled king of Judea, a certain priest with the Holy Ghost, even named Zacharias, of the course

from his mother's womb. of Abia: and his wife was of 16 And many of the children the daughters of Aaron, and of Israel shall he turn to the her name was Elisabeth. Lord their God.

6 And they were both right- 17 And he shall go before eous before God, walking in all him in the spirit and power the commandments and ordi- of Elias, to turn the hearts of nances of the Lord blameless. the fathers to the children,

7 And they had no child, be- and the disobedient to the wis. cause that Elisabeth was bar-dom of the just; to make rearen; and they both were now dy a people prepared for the well stricken in years.

Lord. 8 And it came to pass, that, 18 And Zacharias said unto while he executed the priest's the angel, Whereby shall I office before God in the order know this? for I am an old of his course,

man, and my wife well strick- . 9 According to the custom of

en in years. the priest's office, his lot was 19 And the angel answering to burn incense when he went said unto him, I am Gabriel, into the temple of the Lord. that stand in the presence of

10 And the whole multitude God; and am sent to speak of the people were praying unto thee, and to shew thee without at the time of incense. these glad tidings.

11 And there appeared unto 20 And, behold, thou shalt him an angel of the Lord be dumb, and not able to speak, standing on the right side of until the day that these things the altar of incense.

shall be performed, because 12 And when Zacharias saw thou believest not my words, him, he was troubled, and fear which shall be fulfilled in their fell upon him.

13 But the angel said unto 21 And the people waited for him, Fear not, Zacharias : for Zacharias, and marvelled that thy prayer is heard; and thy hetarried so long in the temple. wife Elisabeth shall bear thee 22 And when he came out, a son, and thou shalt call his he could not speak unto them: name John.

and they perceived that he had 14 And thou shalt have joy seen a vision in the temple ; for and gladness; and many shall he beckoned unto them, and rejoice at his birth.

remained speechless. 15 For he shall be great in 23 And it came to pass, that, the sight of the Lord, and shall as soon as the days of his mi.

season.

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