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know that I find no fault in 12 And from thenceforth him.

| Pilate fought to release him : 5 Then came Jesus forth, but the Jews cried out, faywearing the crown of thorns, ing, If thou let this man go, and the purple robe. And thou art not Cefar's friend. Pilate faith unto them, Be- Whosoever maketh himfelf hold the man !

a king speaketh against Ce6 When the chief priests far. therefore and officers faw 13 When Pilate therefore him, they cried out, saying, heard that saying, he brought Crucify 'him, crucify him. Jesus forth, and sat down in Pilate faith unto them, Take the judgement-feat, in a place ye him, and crucify him : for that is called the Pavement, I find no fault in him but in the Hebrew, Gabba

7 The Jews answered him, tha. We have a law, and by our 14 And it was the prepalaw he ought to die, because råtion of the passover, and he made himself the Son of about the sixth hour : and he God.

faith unto the Jews, Behold 8 When Pilate therefore your King! heard that saying, he was the 15 But they cried out, more afraid;

Away with him, away with 9 And went again into the him, Crucify him. Pilate judgement-hall, and faith un-faith unto them, Shall I cruto Jesus, Whence art thou ? cify your King ? the chief But Jesus gave him no an- priests answered, We have fwer.

no king but Cesar. 10 Then faith Pilate unto 16 Then delivered he him him, Speakest thou not unto therefore unto them to be me ? knowest thou not that crucified. And they took I have power to crucify thee, Jesus, and led him away." and have power to release 17 And he bearing his thee?

| cross went forth into a place 11 Jesus answered, Thou called the place of a skull, couldest have no power at all which is called in the Heagainst me, except it were brew, Golgotha: " ; given thee from above : 18 Where they crucified therefore he that delivered him, and two other with him, me unto thee hath the greater on either side one, and Jesus fin.

in the midst,

19 And Pilate wrote a the wife of Cleophas, and title, and put it on the cross: Mary Magdalene. and the writing was, JESUS 26 When Jesus therefore OF NAZARETH THE saw his mother, and the difKING OF THE JEWS. ciple standing by whom he

20 This title then read loved, he saith unto his momany of the Jews : for the ther, Woman, behold thy place where Jesus was cruci- Son! . fied was nigh to the city: and 27. Then faith he to the it was written in Hebrew, disciple, Behold thy mother! and Greek, and Latin. And from that hour that dif

21 Then said the chiefciple took her unto his own priests of the Jews to Pilate, home. Write not, The King of the 28 q After this, Jesus Jews; but that he said, I am knowing that all things were King of the Jews.

now accomplished, that the 22 Pilate answered, What scripture 'might be fulfilled, I have written I have writ-faith, I thirst. ten.

29 Now there was set a · 23 Then the soldiers, vessel full of vinegar : and when they had crucified Je- they filled a spunge with visus, took his garmemts, and negar, and put it upon hysmade four parts, to every sop, and put it to his mouth. soldier a part; and also bis 30 When Jesus therefore coat: now the coat was had received the vinegar, he without feam, woven from faid, It is finished. And he the top throughout. :bowed his head, and gave up

24 They said therefore, the ghost, among themfelves, Let us 31 The Jews therefore, not rend it, but cast lots for because it was the preparait, whose it shall bé : that the tion, that the bodies should scripture might be fulfilled, not remain upon the cross on which faith, They parted the fabbath - day, (for that my raiment among them, and fabbath-day was an high day,) for my vesture they did cast besought Pilate that their cast lots. These things there. legs might be broken, and fore the soldiers did.

that they might be taken 25 Now there stood by away. the cross of Jefus his mother, 32 Then came the foldiand his mother's sister, Mary ers, and brake the legs of the

first, first, and of the other which| spices, as the manner of the was crucified with him. . Jews is to bury.

33 But when they came to 41 Now in the place Jesus, and saw that he was where he was crucified there dead already, they brake not was a garden; and in the his legs :

garden a new fepulchre, 34 But one of the soldiers wherein was never man yet with a spear pierced his fide, laid. , ' and forthwith came thereout 42 There laid they Jesus blood and water.

therefore, because of the - 35 And he that saw it, bare Jews' preparation day, for record, and his record is true: the fepulchre was nigh at and he knoweth that he faith hand. true; that ye might believe.

26 For these things were'. Chap. XX. done, that the scripture should be fulfilled, A bone of T HE first day of the him shall not be broken. 1 week cometh Mary

37 And again another Magdalene early, when it fcripture faith, They fhall was yet dark, unto the fepullook on him whom they chre, and seeth the stone tapierced.

| ken away from the sepul38 4 And after this, Jo-chre. feph of Arimathea (being al 2 Then she runneth, and difciple of Jesus, but fecretly cometh to Simon Peter, and for fear of the Jews,) be- to the other disciple whom fought Pilate that he might Jesus loved, and faith unto take away the body of Je-them, They have taken away fus : and Pilate gave him the Lord out of the sepulleave. He came therefore chre, and we know not where and took the body of Jesus. they have laid him.

39 And there came also 3 Peter therefore went Nicodemus, which at the first forth, and that other disciple, came to Jesus by night, and and came to the fepulchre. brought a mixture of myrrh 4 So they ran both toge and aloes, about an hundred ther : and the other disciple pound weight,

| did outrun Peter, and came 40 Then took they the first to the sepulchre. body of Jesus and wound it 5 And he stooping down, in linen clothes, with the and looking in, faw the linen


clothes lying ; yet went heling, and knew not that it not in.

was Jesus. 6 Then cometh Simon 15 Jesus faith unto her, Peter following him, and Woman, why weepest thou? went into the sepulchre, and whom seekelt thou ? She, feeth the linen clothes lie, supposing him to be the

7 And the napkin that gardener, faith unto him, was about his head, not ly- Sir, if thou have borne him ing with the linen clothes, hence, tell me where thou but wrapped together in a hast laid him, and I will take place by itself.

him away. 8 Then went in also that 16 Jesus faith unto her, other disciple which came Mary. She turned herself, firft to the fepulchre, and he and faith unto him, Rabbofaw and believed.

ni ; which is to say, Mal9 For as yet they knew ter. not the scripture, that he muft 17 Jesus faith unto her, rise again from the dead. Touch me not; for I am

10 Then the disciples not yet ascended to my Fawent away again unto their ther; but go to my brethren, own home.

and say unto them, I ascend Il 9 But Mary stood | unto my Father and your without at the fepulchre Father, and to my God' and weeping: and as she wept, your God. The stooped down, and look- 18 Mary Magdalene came ed into the sepulchre, and told the disciples that she

12 And seeth two an- had seen the Lord, and that gels in white, sitting, the one he had spoken these things at the head, and the other at unto her. the feet, where the body of 19 Then the same day Jesus had lain.

at evening, being the first day 13 And they say unto of the week, when the doors her, Woman, why weepest were shut where the disciples thou? She saith unto them, were assembled for fear of Because they have taken a- the Jews, came Jesus and way my Lord, and I know | stood in the midst, and faith not where they have laid unto them, Peace be unto him.

you. 14 And when she had 20 And when he had so thus said, she turned herself said, he fhewed unto them back, and saw Jesus stand- his hands and his side. Then


ut at the lary stood and say un go to my brein Fa.

were the disciples glad when within, and Thomas with they saw the Lord.

them : then came Jesus, the 21 Then said Jesus to doors being shut, and stood them again, Peace be unto in the midst, and said, Peace you. As my Father hath sent be unto you. - se me, even so send I you. 1 27 Then faith he to Tho

22 And when he had said mas, Reach hither thy finthis, he breathed on them, ger, and behold my hands ; and saith unto them, Receive and reach hither thy hand, ye the Holy Ghost : and thrust it into my side,

23 Whose soever fins ye and be not faithless, but beremit, they are remitted un- lieving.. . to them ; and whose foever 28 And Thomas answerfins ye retain, they are re- ed and said unto him, My tained.

Lord and my God.. 24 g But Thomas, one 29 Jesus faith unto him, of the twelve, called Didy- Thomas, because thou haft mus, was not with them seen me, thou hast believed : when Jesus came.

blessed are they that have not : 25 The other disciples feen, and yet have believed. therefore faid unto him, We 30 And many other figns have seen the Lord. But he truly did Jesus in the presence said unto them, Except I shall of his disciples, which are fee in his hands the print of not written in this book : the nails, and put my finger. 31 But these are written, into the print of the nails, that ye might believe that Jeand thrust my hand into his fus is the Christ, the Son of fide, I will not believe. God, and that believing ye

26 a And after eight might have life through his days, again his difciples were ) name.

From the ACTS of the Apostles. Chap. XXVI. janswer for myself this day T HEN Agrippa faid before thee touching all the

1 unto Paul, Thou art things whereof I am accused permitted to speak for thyself. of the Jews. Then Paul stretched forth 3 Especially, because I know the hand, and answered for thee to be expert in all cus. himself :

toms and questions which · 2 I think myself happy, are among the Jews. Whereking Agrippa, becaufe I shall fore I beseech thee to hear


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