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for his disciples. that I came out from thee, and that they may be made perfect they have believed that thou in one; and that the world may didst send me.
know that thou hast sent me, 9 I pray for them: I pray not and hast loved them, as thou for the world, but for them which hast loved me. thou hast given me; for they
24 Father, I will that they also, are thine.
whom thou hast given me, be 10 And all mine are thine, and with me where I am; that they thine are mine; and I am glori- may behold my glory, which fied in them.
thou hast given me: for thou 11 And now I am no more in lovedst me before the foundathe world, but these are in the tion of the world. world, and I come to thee. Holy 25 Orighteous Father, the world Father, keep through thine own hath not known thee: but I have name those whom thou hast giv-known thee, and these have en me, that they may be one, as known that thou hast sent me. we are.
26 And I have declared unto 12 While I was with them in them thy name, and will dethe world, I kept them in thy clare it; that the love wherename: those that thou gavest with thou hast loved me may me I have kept, and none of them be in them, and I in them. is lost, but the son of perdition; CHAPTER XVIII. that the scripture might be ful Christ taken and arraignea. filled.
WH 13 And now come I to thee;
THEN Jesus had spoken these
words, he went forth with and these things I speak in the his disciples over the brook Ce. world, that they might have my dron, where was a garden, into joy fulfilled in themselves. the which he entered, and his 14 I have given them thy word; disciples. and the world hath hated them, 2 And Judas also, which bebecause they are not of the world, trayed him, knew the place: for even as I am not of the world. Jesus ofttimes resorted thither
15 I pray not that thou should with his disciples. est take them out of the world, 3 Judas then, having received but that thou shouldest keep a band of men and officers from them from the evil.
the chief priests and Pharisees, 16 They are not of the world, cometh thither with lanterns even as I am not of the world. and torches and weapons.
17 Sanctify them through thy 4 Jesus therefore, knowing all truth: thy word is truth. things that should come upon 18 As thou hast sent me into him, went forth, and said unto the world, even so have I also them, Whom seek ye? sent them into the world. 6. They answered him, Jesus 19 And for their sakes I sanc- of Nazareth. Jesus saith unto tify myself, that they also might them, I am he. And Judas also, be sanctified through the truth. which betrayed him, stood with
20 Neither pray I for these them. alone, but for them also which 6 As soon then as he had said Bha!l believe on me through unto them, I'am he, they went their word ;
backward, and fell to the ground. 21 That they all may be one; 7 Then asked he them again, as thou, Father, art in me, and Whom seek ye? And they said, I in thee, that they also may be Jesus of Nazareth. one in us: that the world may 8 Jesus answered, I have told believe that thou hast sent me. you that I am he: if therefore
22 And the glory which thou ye seek me, let these go their way: gavest me I have given them; 9 That the saying might be that they may be one, even as fulfilled, which he spake, Of we are one:
them which thou gavest me 23 I in them, and thou in me, have I lost none.
Peter denieth him.
ST. JOHN Christ before Pilate. 10 Then Simon Peter having a swerest thou the high priest sword drew it, and smote the so? high priest's servant, and cut 23 Jesus answered him, If I off his right ear. The servant's have spoken evil, bear witness name was Malchus.
of the evil: but if well, why 11 Then said Jesus unto Pe- smitest thou me? ter, Put up thy sword into the 24 Now Annas had sent him sheath: the cup which my Fa- bound unto Caiaphas the high ther hath given me, shall I not priest. drink it?
25 And Simon Peter stood and 12 T Then the band and the warmed himself. They said captain and officers of the Jews therefore unto him, Art not took Jesns, and bound him, thou also one of his discipies?
13 And led him away to An. He denied it, and said, I am not. nas first; for he was father in 26 One of the servants of the law to Caiaphas, which was the high priest, being his kinsman high priest that same year. whose ear Peter cut off, saith, 14 Now Caiaphas was he, which Did not I see thee in the garden gave counsel to the Jews, that with him? it was expedient that one man 27 Peter then denied again; should die for the people. and immediately the cock crew. 15 And Simon Peter followed 28 11 Then led they Jesus from Jesus, and so did another disci. Caiaphas unto the hall of judg, ple: that disciple was known ment: and it was early; and unto the high priest, and went they themselves went not into in with Jesus into the palace of the judgment hall, lest they the high priest.
should be defiled; but that they 16 But Peter stood at the door might eat the passover. without. Then went out that 29 Pilate then went out unto other disciple, which was known them, and said, What accusaunto the high priest, and spake tion bring ye against this inan? unto her that kept the door, and 30 They
answered and said unbrought in Peter.
to him, If he were not a male17 Then saith the damsel that factor, we would not have dekept the door unto Peter, Art livered him up unto thee. not thou also one of this man's 31 Then said Pilate unto them, disciples? He saith, I am not. Take ye him, and judge him ac
18 And the servants and offi- cording to your law. The Jews cers stood there, who had made therefore said unto him, It is a fire of coals, for it was cold ; not lawful for us to put any man and they warmed themselves to death: and Peter stood with them, and 32 That the saying of Jesus warmed himself.
might be fulfilled, which he 19 The high priest then asked spake, signifying what death he Jesus of his disciples, and of his should die. doctrine.
33 Then Pilate entered into 20 Jesus answered him, I spake the judgment hall again, and openly to the world; I ever called Jesus, and said unto him, taught in the synagogue, and in Art thou the King of the Jews! the temple, whither the Jews 34 Jesus answered him, Say. always resort; and in secret est thou this thing of thyself, cr have I said nothing.
did others tell it thee of me? 21 Why askest thou me ask 35 Pilate answered, Am I a them which heard me, what I Jew! Thine own nation and have said unto them: behold, the chief priests have delivered they know what I said.
thee unto me: what hast thou 22 And when he had thus spok- done? en, one of the officers which 36 Jesus answered, My kingstood by struck Jesus with the dom is not of this world: if my palm of his hand, saying, An- kingdom wore of this world.
and crucified. then would my servants fight, 9 And went againinto the judgthat I should not be delivered ment hall, and saith unto Jesus, to the Jews : but now is my Whence art thou? But Jesus kingdom not from hence. gave him no answer.
37 Pilate therefore said unto 10 Then saith Pilate unto him, him, Art thou a_king then? Speakest thou not unto me? Jesus answered, Thou sayest knowest thou not that I have that I am a king. To this end power to crucify thee, and have was I born, and for this cause power to release thee? came I into the world, that I 11 Jesus answered, Thou couldshould bear witness unto the est have no power at all against truth. Every one that is of the me, except it were given thee truth heareth my voice.
from above: therefore he that 38 Pilate saith unto him, What delivered me unto thee hath the is truth? And when he had said greater sin. this, he went out again unto 12 And from thenceforth Pi. the Jews, and saith unto them, late sought to release him: but I find in him no fault at all. the Jews cried out, saying, if 39 But ye have a custom, that thou let this man go, thou art I should release unto you one at not Cesar's friend: whosoever the passover: will ye therefore maketh himself a king speaketh that I release unto you the King against Cesar. of the Jews?
13 When Pilate therefore heard 40 Then cried they all again, that saying, he brought Jesus saying, Not this man, but Ba-forth, and sat down in the judgrabbas. Now Barabbas was a ment seat in a place that is robber.
called the Pavement, but in the CHAPTER XIX.
Hebrew, Gabbatha. The crucifixion of Christ. 14 And it was the preparation Jesusscourged him sixth and he saith 2 And the soldiers platted a the Jews, Behold your King! crown of thorns, and put it on 15 But they cried out, Away his head, and they put on him with him, away with him,crucity a purple robe,
him. Pilate saith unto them, 3 And said, Hail, King of the Shall I crụcify your King i The Jews! and they smote him chief priests answered, We with their hands.
have no king but Cesar, 4 Pilate therefore went forth 16 Then delivered he him again, and saith unto them, Be- therefore unto them to be cruhold, I bring him forth to you, cified. And they took Jesus, and that ye may know that I find no led him away. fault in him.
17 1 And he bearing his eross 5 Then came Jesus forth, wear- went forth into a place called ing the crown of thorns, and the the place of & skull, which is purple robe. And Pilate saith called in the Hebrew Golgotha: unto them, Behold the man! 18 Where they crucified him, 6 When the chief priests there and two others with him, on fore and officers saw him, they either side one, and Jesus in cried out, saying, Crucify him, the midst. crucify him. Pilate saith unto 19 And Pilate wrote a title, and them, Take ye him, and crucify put it on the cross. And the wri. him : for I find no fault in him. ting was, JESUS OF NAZA7 The Jews answered him, We RETH THE KING OF THE have a law, and by our law he JEWS. onght to die, because he made 20 This title then read many of himself the Son of God. the Jews; for the place where 8 When Pilate therefore heard Jesus was crucified was nigh to that saying, he was the more the city : and it was written in afraid ;
Hebrew, and Greek, and Latin
sus, and saw that he was dead 22 Pilate answered, What I already, they brake not his legs : have written I have written. 34 But one of the soldiers with
23 Then the soldiers, when they a spear pierced his side, and had crucified Jesus, took his forthwith came there out blood garments, and made four parts, and water. to every soldier a part; and also 35 And he that saw it bare rechis coat: now the coat was ord, and his record is true ; and without seam, woven from the he knoweth that he saith true, top throughout.
that ye might believe. 24 They said therefore among 36 For these things were done, themselves, Let us not rend it, that the scripture should be fulbut cast lots for it, whose it lilled, A bone of him shall not shall be: that the scripture be broken. might be fulfilled, which saith, 37 And again another scripture They parted my raiment among saith, They shall look on him them, and for my vesture they whom they pierced. did cast lots. These things 38.1 And after this Joseph of therefore the soldiers did. Arimathea, being a disciple of 25 Now there stood by the cross Jesus, but secretly for fear of of Jesus his mother, and his the Jews, besought Pilate that mother's sister, Mary the wife he might take away the body of of Cleopas, and Mary Magda- Jesus: and Pilate gave him lene.
leave. He came therefore, and 26 When Jesus therefore saw took the body of Jesus. his mother, and the disciple 39 And there came also Nicostanding by, whom he loved, demus, (which at the first came he saith unto his mother, Wo to Jesus by night,) and brought inan, behold thy son!
a mixture of myrrh and aloes, 27 Then saith he to the disci- about a hundred pounds wcight. ple, Behold thy mother! And 40 Then took they the body of from that hour that disciple Jesus, and wound it in linen took her unto his own home. clothes with the spices, as the 28 After this, Jesus knowing manner of the Jews is to bury. that all things were now ac 41 Now in the place where he complished, that the scripture was crucified there was a garmight be fulfilled, saith, I thirst. den; and in the garden a new 29 Now there was set a vessel sepulchre, wherein was never full of vinegar: and they filled man yet laid. a sponge with vinegar, and put 42 There laid they Jesus thereit upon hyssop, and put it to his fore because of the Jews' prepmouth.
aration day; for the sepulchre
HE first day of the week
cometh Mary Magdalene cause it was the preparation, early, when it was yet dark, unthat the bodies should not re- to the sepulchre, and seeth the main upon the cross on the sab- stone taken away from the sepbath day. (for that sabbath day ulchre. was a high day,) besought Pilate 2 Then she runneth, and comthat their lecs might be broken, eth to Simon Peter, and to the and that they might be taken other disciple, whom Jesus lovaway.
ed, and saith unto them, They 22 Then came the soldiers, and have taken away the Lord out
Christ's resurrection. ST JOHN.
He appeareth of the sepulchre, and we know 17 Jesus saith unto her, Touch not where they have laid him. me not; for I am not yet as
3 Peter therefore went forth, cended to my Father: but go and that other disciple, and to my brethren, and say unto came to the sepulchre.
them, I ascent unto my Fa4 So they ran both together: ther, and your Father; and to and the other disciple did out my God, and your God. run Peter, and came first to the 18 Mary Magdalene came and sepulchre.
told the disciples that she had 5 And he stooping down, and seen the Lord, and that he had Looking in, saw the linen clothes spoken these things unto her. lying; yet went he not in. 19 T Then the same day at
6 Then cometh Simon Peter evening, being the first day of following him, and went into the week, when the doors were the sepulchre, and seeth the shut where the disciples were linen clothes lie,
assembled for fear of the Jews, ? And the napkin, that was came Jesus and stood in the about his head, not lying with midst, and saith unto them, the linen clothes, but wrapped Peace be unto you.. together in a place by itself. 20 And when he had so said,
8 Then went in also that other he shewed unto them his hands disciple, which came first to the and his side. Then were the sepulchre, and he saw, and be- disciples glad, when they saw lieved.
the Lord. 9 For as yet they knew not the 21 Then said Jesus to them scripture, that he must rise again, Peace be unto you: as again from the dead.
my Father hath sent me, even 10 Then the disciples went so send I you. away again unto their own 22 And when he had said this, home.
he breathed on them, and saith 11 1 But Mary stood without unto them, Receive ye the at the sepulchre weeping: and Holy Ghost: as she wept, she stooped down, 23 Whosesoever sins ye remit, and looked into the sepulchre, thay are remitted unto them;
12 And seeth two angels in and whosesoever sins ye retain, white sitting, the one at the they are retained. head, and the other at the feet, 24 But Thomas, one of the where the body of Jesus had lain. twelve, called Didymus, was not
13 And they say unto her, with them when Jesus came. Woman, why weepest thou? 25 The other disciples thereShe saith unto them, Because fore said unto him, We have they have taken away my Lord, seen the Lord. But he said
unand I know not where they to them, Except I shall see in have laid him.
his hands the print of the nails, 14 And when she had thus and put my fingerinto the print said, she turned herself back, of the nails, and thrust my hand and saw Jesus standing, and into his side, I will not believe. knew not that it was Jesus. 26 And after eight days again 15 Jesus saith unto her, Wo his disciples were within, and man, why weepest thou? whom Thomas with thein: then came seekest thou ? She, supposing Jesus, the doors being shut, and him to be the gardener, saith stood in the midst, and said, unto him, Sir, if thou have Peace be unto you. borne him
hence, tell me where 27 Then saith he to Thomas, thou hast laid him, and I will Reach hither thy tinger, and be take him away.
hold my hands; and reach hith16 Jesus saith unto her. Mary. er thy hand, and thrust it into She turned herself, and saith my side ; and be not faithloss, unto him, Rabboni; which is but believing. say, Manter.
28 And Thomas answered and