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Christ's burial, Sr. MATTHEW, 28. and resurrection. who also himself was Jē'-sús' of the Lord descended from disciple :

heaven, and came and rolled 58 He went to Pi'-lăte, and back the stone from the door, begged the body of Jē'-sús. and sat upon it. Then Pi'-late commanded the 3 His countenance was like body to be delivered.

lightning, and his raiment white 59 And when Jo'-seph had as snow: taken the body, he wrapped it 4 And for fear of him the in a clean linen cloth,

keepers did shake, and became 60 And laid it in his own new as dead men. tomb, which he had hewn out 5 And the angel answered and in the rock: and he rolled a said unto the women, Fear not great stone to the door of the ye: for I know that ye seek sepulchre, and departed. Jē'-sús, which was crucified. 61 And there was Mâr'-ý Măg'- 6 He is not here: for he is dă-lēne, and the other Mâr'-ý, risen, as he said. Come, see sitting over against the sepul- the place where the Lord lay. chre.

7 And go quickly, and tell his 62 | Now the next day, that disciples that he is risen from followed the day of the pre- the dead; and, behold, he goeth paration, the chief priests and before you into Găl'-1-lée ; there Phăr-1-séès came together unto shall ye see him : lo, I have Pi'-lăte, 63 Saying, Sir, we remember 8 And they departed quickly that that deceiver said, while he from the sepulchre with fear was yet alive, After three days and great joy; and did run to I will rise again.

bring his disciples word. 64 Command therefore that 9 T And as they went to the sepulchre be made sure tell his disciples, behold, Jē-šūs until the third day, lest his dis- met them, saying, All hail. ciples come by night, and steal And they came and held him him away, and say unto the by the feet, and worshipped people, He is risen from the him. dead: so the last error shall be 10 Then said Jē'-sús unto worse than the first.

them, Be not afraid : go tell 65 Pi'-lăte said unto them, Ye my brethren that they go into have a watch: go your way, Găl'-1-léè, and there shall they make it as sure as ye can.

see me. 66 So they went, and made 11 | Now when they were the sepulchre sure, sealing the going, behold, some of the watch stone, and setting a watch. came into the city, and shewed

unto the chief priests all the CHAPTER 28.

things that were done. N of the sabbath, as 12 And were asfirst day of the week, came had taken counsel, they gave Mâr'-ý Măg'-dă-lēne and the large money unto the soldiers, other Mâr'-y to see the sepul- 13 Saying, Say ye, His discichre.

ples came by night, and stole 2 And, behold, there was a him away while we slept. great earthquake: for the angel 14 And if this come to the

Itthegando dilen sa bardh e ne sembled within the oldest and

The preaching of ST. MARK, 1. John the Baptist. governor's ears, we will per- 18 And Jē'-šūs came and spake suade him, and secure you.

unto them, saying, All power is 15 So they took the money, given unto me in heaven and and did as they were taught : in earth. and this saying is commonly 19 I Go ye therefore, and reported among the Jews until teach all nations, baptizing this day.

them in the name of the Fa16 T Then the eleven disciples ther, and of the Son, and of went away into Găl'-1-léè, into the Holy Ghost: a mountain where Jē'-šūs had 20 Teaching them to observe appointed them.

all things whatsoever I have 17 And when they saw him, commanded you: and, lo, I am they worshipped him : but with you alway, even unto the some doubted.

end of the world. A'-měn.

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO

ST. MÄRK.

cometh one mightier than I CHAPTER 1.

after me, the latchet of whose THE beginning of the gospel shoes I am not worthy to stoop of God;

8 I indeed have baptized you 2 As it is written in the with water: but he shall bapprophets, Behold, I send my tize you with the Holy Ghost. messenger before thy face, 9 And it came to pass in which shall prepare thy way those days, that Jē'-sús came before thee.

from Năz'--rěth of Găl'-1-lée, 3 The voice of one crying in and was baptized of John in the wilderness, Prepare ye the Jôr-dăn. way of the Lord, make his paths 10 And straightway coming straight.

up out of the water, he saw 4 John did baptize in the the heavens opened, and the wilderness, and preach the Spirit like a dove descending baptism of repentance for the upon him: remission of sins.

il And there came a voice 5 And there went out unto from heaven, saying, Thou art him all the land of Jû-dõ'-ă, my beloved Son, in whom I am and they of Jě-rû'-să-lěm, and well pleased. were all baptized of him in 12 And immediately the spirit the river of Jôr-dăn, confessing driveth him into the wildertheir sins.

6 And John was clothed with 13 And he was there in the camel's hair, and with a girdle wilderness forty days, tempted of a skin about his loins; and of Sā'-tăn; and was with the he did eat locusts and wild wild beasts; and the angels honey;

ministered unto him. 7 And preached, saying, There 14 Now after that John was

ness.

Christ healeth many ST. MARK, 1.

diseased persons. put in prison, Jē'-sås came into spirit had torn him, and cried Găl'-1-léè, preaching the gospel with a loud voice, he came out of the kingdom of God, of him.

15 And saying, The time is 27 And they were all amazed, fulfilled, and the kingdom of insomuch that they questioned God is at hand: repent ye, and among themselves, saying, believe the gospel.

What thing is this? what new 16 Now as he walked by the doctrine is this? for with ausea of Găl'-1-léè, he saw Si-mon thority commandeth he even and Ån'-drew his brother cast- the unclean spirits, and they ing a net into the sea: for they do obey him. were fishers.

28 And immediately his fame 17 And Jē-sús said unto them, spread abroad throughout all Come ye after me, and I will the region round about Găl'make you to become fishers of 1-lée. men.

29 And forthwith, when they 18 And straightway they for- were come out of the synasook their nets, and followed gogue, they entered into the him.

house of Si'-mon and An'19 And when he had gone a drew, with Jāmes and John. little farther thence, he saw 30 But Si-mon's wife's mother Jāmes the son of Zěb'-ě-déè, lay sick of a fever, and anon and John his brother, who also they tell him of her. were in the ship mending their 31 And he came and took her nets.

by the hand, and lifted her up; 20 And straightway he called and immediately the fever left them: and they left their father her, and she ministered unto Zěb'-ě-déè in the ship with them. the hired servants, and went 32 And at even, when the sun after him.

did set, they brought unto him 21 And they went into Cå- all that were diseased, and them pěr'-năăm; and straightway that were possessed with devils. on the sabbath day he entered 33 And all the city was gainto the synagogue, and taught. thered together at the door.

22 And they were astonished 34 And he healed many that at his doctrine: for he taught were sick of divers diseases, them as one that had authority, and cast out many devils; and and not as the scribes.

suffered not the devils to speak, 23 And there was in their because they knew him. synagogue a man with an un- 35 And in the morning, rising clean spirit; and he cried out, up a great while before day, he

24 Saying, Let us alone; what went out, and departed into a have we to do with thee, thou solitary place, and there prayed. Jē'-sús of Năz-š-rěth? art thou 36 And Si'-mon and they that come to destroy us? I know were with him followed after thee who thou art, the Holy him. One of God.

37 And when they had found 25 And Jē'-sós rebuked him, him, they said unto him, All saying, Hold thy peace, and men seek for thee. come out of him.

38 And he said unto them, 26 And when the unclean | Let us go into the next towns,

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Christ healeth one ST. MARK, 2. sick of the palsy. that I may preach there also: 1 bringing one sick of the palsy, for therefore came I forth. which was borne of four.

39 And he preached in their 4 And when they could not synagogues throughout all Găl' come nigh unto him for the i-lée,

and cast out devils. press, they uncovered the roof 40 And there came a leper to where he was : and when they him, beseeching him, and kneel had broken it up, they let down ing down to him, and saying the bed wherein the sick of the unto him, If thou wilt, thou palsy lay. canst make me clean.

5 When Jē-sús saw their faith, 41 And Jē'-šūs, moved with he said unto the sick of the compassion, put forth his hand, palsy, Son, thy sins be forgiven and touched him, and saith thee. unto him, I will; be thou 6 But there were certain of clean.

the scribes sitting there, and 42 And as soon as he had reasoning in their hearts, spoken, immediately the le- 7 Why doth this man thus prosy departed from him, and speak blasphemies? who can he was cleansed.

forgive sins but God only? 43 And he straitly charged 8 And immediately when him, and forthwith sent him Jē’-sús perceived in his spirit away;

that they so reasoned within 44 And saith unto him, See themselves, he said unto them, thou say nothing to any man: Why reason ye these things in but go thy way, shew thyself your hearts ? to the priest, and offer for thy 9 Whether is it easier to say cleansing those things which to the sick of the palsy, Thy Mo’-sěs commanded, for a tes- sins be forgiven thee; or to timony unto them.

say, Arise, and take up thy bed, 45 But he went out, and be- and walk ? gan to publish it much, and to 10 But that ye may know blaze abroad the matter, inso- that the Son of man hath much that Jē'-šūs could no power on earth to forgive sins, more openly enter into the (he saith to the sick of the city, but was without in desert palsy,) places : and they came to him 11 I say unto thee, Arise, from every quarter.

and take up thy bed, and go

thy way into thine house. CHAPTER 2.

12 And immediately he arose,

took up the bed, and went forth ND again he entered into before them all; insomuch that days; and it was noised that he fied God, saying, We never saw was in the house.

it on this fashion. 2 And straightway many were 13 And he went forth again gathered together, insomuch by the sea side ; and all the that there was no room to multitude resorted unto him, receive them, no, not so much and he taught them. as about the door: and he 14 And as he passed by, he preached the word unto them. saw Lē’-vī the son of Ål-phie'-tis 3 And they come unto him, sitting at the receipt of custom, Christ excuseth ST. MARK, 3.

his disciples. and said unto him, Follow me. but new wine must be put into And he arose and followed him. new bottles.

15 And it came to pass, that, 23 And it came to pass, that as Jē'-sús sat at meat in his he went through the corn fields house, many publicans and on the sabbath day; and his sinners sat also together with disciples began, as they went, Jē'-sŭs and his disciples : for to pluck the ears of corn. there were many, and they 24 And the Phår'-1-sées said followed him.

unto him, Behold, why do they 16 And when the scribes and on the sabbath day that which Phăr'-1-sées saw him eat with is not lawful ? publicans and sinners, they said 25 And he said unto them, unto his disciples, How is it Have ye never read what Dā'that he eateth and drinketh vid did, when he had need, and with publicans and sinners ? was an hungred, he, and they

17 When Jē'-sús heard it, he that were with him? saith unto them, They that are 26 How he went into the house whole have no need of the of God in the days of A-bi'physician, but they that are ă-thär the high priest, and did sick : I came not to call the eat the shew bread, which is not righteous, but sinners to re- lawful to eat but for the priests, pentance.

and gave also to them which 18 And the disciples of John | were with him ? and of the Phăr'-9-sées used to 27 And he said unto them, The fast: and they come and say sabbath was made for man, and unto him, Why do the disci- not man for the sabbath : ples of John and of the Phăr'- 28 Therefore the Son of man 1-séès fast, but thy disciples is Lord also of the sabbath. fast not? 19 And Jē-sús said unto them,

CHAPTER 3. Can the children of the bride- ND he entered again into chamber fast, while the bridegroom is with them ? as long as was a man there which had a they have the bridegroom with withered hand. them, they cannot fast.

2 And they watched him, whe20 But the days will come, ther he would heal him on the when the bridegroom shall be sabbath day; that they might taken away from them, and accuse him. then shall they fast in those 3 And he saith unto the man days.

which had the withered hand, 21 No man also seweth a piece Stand forth. of new cloth on an old gar- 4 And he saith unto them, Is ment: else the new piece that it lawful to do good on the sabfilled it up taketh away from bath days, or to do evil? to the old, and the rent is made save life, or to kill ? But they

held their peace, 22 And no man putteth new 5 And when he had looked wine into old bottles : else the round about on them with annew wine doth burst the bot- ger, being grieved for the hardtles, and the wine is spilled, ness of their hearts, he saith and the bottles will be marred : unto the man, Stretch forth

worse.

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