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Ambition rebuked. ST. LUKE.
Christ's agong. 24 And there was also a strife 33 And they said, Lord, be among them, which of them hold, here are two swords. And should be accounted the greatest. he said unto them, It is enough.
25 And he said unto them, The 39 And he came out, and kings of the Gentiles exercise went, as he was wont, to the lordship over them; and they mount of Olives; and his disthat exercise authority upon ciples also followed him. them are called benefactors. 40 And when he was at the 26 But ye shall not be so: but place, he said unto them, Pray he that is greatest among you, that ye enter not into temptelet him be as the younger; and tion, he that is chief, as he that doth 41 And he was withdrawn serve.
from them about a stone's cast, 27 For whether is greater, he and kneeled down, and prayed, that sitteth at meat, or he that 42 Saying, Father, it thou be serveth? is not he that sitteth willing, remove this cup from at meat? but I am among you me: nevertheless, not my will, as he that serveth.
but thine, be done. 28 Ye are they which have 43 And there appeared an continu with me in my temp- angel unto him from heaven, tations.
strengthening him. 29 And I appoint unto you a 44 And being in an agony he kingdom, as my Father hath prayed more earnestly : and appointed unto me;
his sweat was as it were great 30 That ye may eat and drink drops of blood falling down to at my table in my kingdom, the ground. and sit on thrones judging the 45 And when he rose up from twelve tribes of Israel.
prayer, and was come to his 31 T And the Lord said, Si. aisciples, he found them sleep. mon, Simon, behold, Satan hath ing for sorrow, desired to have you, that he 46 And said unto them, Why may sift you as wheat:
sleep ye? rise and pray, lest yo 32 But I have prayed for thee, enter into temptation. that thy faith fail not: and when , 47 And while he yet spake, thou art converted, strengthen behold a multitude, and he that thy brethren.
was called Judas, one of the 33 And he said unto him, Lord, twelve, went before them, and I am ready to go with thee, drew near unto Jesus to kiss both into prison, and to death. him. 34 And he said, I tell thee, 48 But Jesus said unto him, Peter, the cock shall not crow Judas, betrayest thou the Son this day, before that thou shalt of man with a kiss ? thrice deny that thou knowest me. 49 When they which were 35 And he said unto them, about him saw what would folWhen I sent you without purse, low, they said unto him, Lord, and scrip, and shoes, lacked ye shall we smite with the sword ? any thing?
And they said, 50 And one of them smote the Nothing.
servant of the high priest, and 36 Then said he unto them, cut off his right ear. But now, he that hath a purse, 51 And Jesus answered and let him take it, and likewise said, Suffer ye thus far. And his scrip: and he that hath no he touched his ear, and healed sword, let him sell his garment, him. and buy one.
52 Then Jesus said unto tho 37 For I say unto you, that this chief priests, and captains of that is written must yet be ac- the temple, and the elders. complished in me, And he was which were come to him, Be reckoned among the transgres- ye come out, as against a thief, Bors: for the things concerning with swords and staves ? me have an end.
63 When I was daily with you
70 Then said they all, Art thou 54 | Then took they him, and then the Son of God? And ho led him, and brought him into said unto them, Yesay that I am. the high priest's house. And 91 And they said, What need Peter followed afar off.
we any further witness for we 65 And when they had kindled ourselves have heard of his own a fire in the midst of the hall, mouth. and were set down together,
CHAPTER XXIII. Peter sat down among them. Christ's trial and crucifixion. 56 But a certain maid beheld he AN
ND the whole multitude of
A them arose, and led him un. earnestly looked upon him, to Pilate. and said, This man was also 2 And they began to accase with him.
him, saying, We found this 67 And he denied him, saying, fellow perverting the nation, Woman, I know him not. and forbidding to give tribute
58 And after a little while an- to Cesar, saying that he himself
ing, Art thou the King of the 59 And about the space of one Jews? And he answered him hour after another confidently and said, Thou sayest it. affirmed, saying, Of a truth 4 Then said Pilate to the chief this fellow also was with him; priests and to the people, I find for he is a Galilean.
no fault in this man. 60 And Peter said, Man, I 5 And they were the more know not what thou sayest. fierce, saying, He stirreth up And immediately, while he yet the people, teaching throughspake, the cock crew.
out all Jewry, beginning from 61 And the Lord turned, and Galilee to this place. looked upon Peter. And Peter 6 When Pilate heard of Galiremembered the word of the lee, he asked whether the man Lord, how he had said unto were a Galilean. him, Before the cock crow, thou 7 And as soon as he knew that shalt deny me thrice.
he belonged unto Herod's juris62 And Peter went out, and diction, he sent him to Herod, wępt bitterly.
who himself also was at Jeru. 63 And the men that held Je-salem at that time. sus mocked him, and smote him. 8 And when Herod saw Jesus, 64 And when they had blind. he was exceeding glad : for he folded him, they struck him on was desirous to see him of a the face, and asked him, say, long season, because he had ing, Prophesy, who is it that heard many things of him; and smote thee?
he hoped to have seen some 65 And many other things blas- miracle done by him. phemously spake they against 9 Then he questioned with
him in many words; but he 66 And as soon as it was day, answered him nothing; the elders of the people and the 10 And the chief priests and chief priests and the scribes scribes stood and vehemently came together, and led him into accused him. their council, saying,
11 And Herod with his men of 67 Art thou the Christ tell war set him at nought, and us. And he said unto them, if mocked him, and arrayed him I tell you, ye will not believe: in a gorgeous robe, and sent him 68 And if I also ask you, ye will again to Pilate. not answer me, nor let me go. 12 And the same day Pilate
Christ before Pilate. ST. LUKE
His crucifixton. and Herod were made friendsgreat company of people, and together; for before they were of women, which also bewailed at enmity between themselves, and lamented him.
13 And Pilate, when he had 28 But Jesus turning unto them
15 No, nor yet Herod : for I suck.
us; and to the hills, Cover us.
in a green tree, what shall be 17 For of necessity he must done in the dry? release one unto them at the 32 And there were also two feast.
others, malefactors, led with 18 And they cried out all at him to be put to death. once, saying, Away with this 33 T And when they were come man, and release unto us Barab- to the place, which is ealled bas:
Calvary, there they crucified 19 Who for a certain sedition him, and the malefactors, ono made in the city, and for mur- on the right hand, and the other der, was cast into prison.
on the left. 20 Pilate therefore, willing to 34 Then said Jesus, Father, release Jesus, spake again to forgive them; for they know thein.
not what they do. And they 21 But they cried, saying, Cru- parted his raiment, and cast cify him, crucify him.
lots. 22 And he said unto them the 35 And the people stood bethird time, Why, what evil hath holding. And the rulers also he done? I have found no with them derided him, saying, cause of death in him: I will He saved others; let him save therefore chastise him, and let himself, if he be Christ, the
chosen of God. 23 And they were instant with 36 And the soldiers also mockloud voices, requiring that he ed him, coming to him, and might be crueified: and the offering him vinegar, voices of them and of the chief 37 And saying, If thou be the priests prevailed.
King of the Jews, save thyself. 24 And Pilate gave sentence 38 And a superscription also that it should be as they re- was written over him in letters quired.
of Greek, and Latin, and He25 And he released unto them brew, THIS IS THE KING him that for sedition and mur-OF THE JEWS. der was cast into prison, whom 39 And one of the malefactors they had desired; but he de- which were hanged railed on livered Jesus to their will. him, saying, If thou be Christ, 26 T And as they led him
away, save thyself and us. they laid hold upon one Simon, 40 But the other answering a Cyrenian, coming out of the rebuked him, saying, Dost not country, and on him they laid thou fear God, seeing thon art the cross, that he might bear it in the same condemnation ? after Jesus.
41 And we indeed justly; for 27 And there followed him a we receive the due reward of
Verily I say unto thee, Tohamy Now upon the first day of
His resurrection. our deeds: but this man hath pared spices and ointments; and done nothing amiss.
rested the sabbath day accord42 And he said unto Jesus, ing to the commandment. Lord, remember me when thou
CHAPTER XXIV. comest into thy kingdom.
Christ's resurrection. 43 And Jesus said unto him,
the week, very early in the shalt thou be with me in para- morning, they came unto the dise.
sepulchre, bringing the spices 44 And it was about the sixth which they had prepared, and hour, and there was a darkness certain others with them. over all the earth until the
2 And they found the stone ninth hour.
rolled away from the sepulchre. 45 And the sun was darkened, 3 And they entered in, and and the vail of the temple was found not the body of the Lord rent in the midst.
Jesus. 46 | And when Jesus had 4 And it came to pass, as they cried with a loud voice, he said, were much perplexed there, Father, into thy hands I com- about, behold, two men stood mend my spirit: and having by them in shining garments: said thus, he gave up the ghost. 5 And as they were afraid, and
47 Now when the centurion bowed down their faces to the saw what was done, he glori. earth, they said unto them, fied God, saying, Certainly this Why seek ye the living among was a righteous man.
the dead? 48 And all the people that 6 He is not here, but is risen: came together to that sight, be- remember how he spake unto holding the things which were you when he was yet
in Galilee, done, smote their breasts, and 7 Saying, The Son of man must returned.
be delivered into the hands of 49 And all his acquaintance, sinful men, and be crucified, and the women that followed and the third day rise again. him from Galilee, stood afar 8 And they remembered his off, beholding these things. words,
50 T And, behold, there was a 9 And returned from the sepman named Joseph, a counsel- ulchre, and told all these things lor; and he was a good man, unto the eleven, and to all the and a just:
rest. 51 The same had not consent 10 It was Mary Magdalene, and ed to the counsel and deed of Joanna, and Mary the mother of them: he was of Arimathea, a James, and other women that city of the Jews; who also were with them, which told himself waited for the kingdom these things unto the apostles. ot God.
11 And their words seemed to 52 This man went unto Pilate, them as idle tales, and they beand begged the body of Jesus. lieved them not. 53 And he took it down, and 12 Then arose Peter, and ran wrapped it in linen, and laid it unto the sepulchre; and stoopin a sepulchre that was hewn ing down, he beheld the linen in stone, wherein never man clothes laid by themselves, and before was laid.
departed, wondering in himselt 64 And that day was the prep. at that which was come to pass. aration, and the sabbath drew 131 And, behold, two of them on.
went that same day to a village 55 And the women also, which called Emmaus, which was came with him from Galilee, from Jerusalem about threefollowed after, and beheld the score furlongs. Bepulchre, and how his body 14 And they talked together of was laid.
all these things which had hapb6 And they returned, and pre-pened.
ST. LUKE. unto his disciples. 15 And it came to pass, that, and he made as though he would while they communed together have gone further. and reasoned. Jesus himself 29 But they constrained him, drew near, and went with them. saying, Abide with us; for it is
16 But their eyes were holden toward evening, and the day is that they should not know him. far spent. And he went in to 17 And he said unto them, tarry with them. What manner of communica 30 And it came to pass, as he tions are these that ye have one sat at meat with them, he took to another, as ye walk, and are bread, and blessed it, and brake, sad ?
and gave to them. 18 And the one of them, whose 31 And their eyes were openname was Cleopas, answering ed, and they knew him; and he said unto him, Art thou only a vanished out of their sight. Btranger in Jerusalem, and hast 32 And they said one to annot known the things which are other, Did not our heart burn çome to pass there in these within us, while he talked with days?
us by the way, and while he 19 And he said unto them, opened to us the Scriptures ? What things! And they said 33 And they rose up the same unto him, Concerning Jesus of hour, and returned to JerusaNazareth, which was a prophet lem, and found the eleven gathmighty in deed and word before ered together, and them that God and all the people : were with them,
20 And how the chief priests.34 Saying. The Lord is risen and our rulers delivered him to indeed, and hath appeared to be condemned to death, and Simon. have crucified him.
35 And they told what things 21 But we trusted that it had were done in the way, and how been he which should have re- he was known of them in breakdeemed Israel: and beside all ing of bread. this, to day is the third day 36 And as they thus spake, since these things were done. Jesus himself stood in the midst
22 Yea, and certain women also of them, and saith unto them, of our company made us aston- Peace be unto you. ished, which were early at the 37 But they were terrified and sepulchre ;
affrighted, and supposed that 23 And when they found not they had seen a spirit. his body, they came, saying, 38 And he said unto them, Why that they had also seen a vision are ye troubled ? and why do of angels, which said that he thoughts arise in your hearts? was alive.
39 Behold my hands and my 24 And certain of them which feet, that it is I myself: handle were with us went to the sepul- me, and see; for a spirit hath chre, and found it even so as not flesh and bones, as ye ses the women had said: but him me have. they saw not.
40 And when he had thus spok25 Then he said unto them, o en, he shewed them his hands fools, and slow of heart to be- and his feet. lieve all that the prophets have 41 And while they yet believed spoken:
not for joy, and wondered, he 26 Ought not Christ to have said unto them, Have ye hero suffered these things, and to en- any meat ? ter into his glory !
42 And they gave him a piece 27 And beginning at Moses and of a broiled fish, and of a honall the prophets, he expounded eycomb. unto them in all the Scriptures 43 And he took it, and did eat the things concerning hinselt, before them. 28 And they drew nigh unto 44 And he said unto them, the village, whither they went: These are the words which 1