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Barabbas is released. St. LUKE, 23. Christ is crucified. nothing worthy of death is done weep for yourselves, and for unto him,
your children. 16 I will therefore chastise 29 For, behold, the days are him, and release him.
coming, in the which they shall 17 (For of necessity he must say, Blessed are the barren, release one unto them at the and the wombs that never bare, feast.)
and the paps which never gave 18 And they cried out all at suck. once, saying, Away with this 30 Then shall they begin to man, and release unto us Bär- say to the mountains, Fall on åb-băs :
us ; and to the hills, Cover us. 19 (Who for a certain sedition 31 For if they do these things made in the city, and for mur- in a green tree, what shall be der, was cast into prison.). done in the dry ?
20 Pi'-lăte therefore, willing 32 And there were also two to release Jē'-šūs, spake again other, malefactors, led with him to them.
to be put to death. 21 But they cried, saying, 33 And when they were come Crucify him, crucify him. to the place, which is called
22 And he said unto them the Căl'-vă-rý, there they crucified third time, Why, what evil hath him, and the malefactors, one he done? Í have found no cause on the right hand, and the of death in him: I will there other on the left. fore chastise him, and let him 34 T Then said Jē'-sús, Father, go.
forgive them ; for they know 23 And they were instant with not what they do. And they loud voices, requiring that he parted his raiment, and cast might be crucified. And the lots. voices of them and of the chief 35 And the people stood bepriests prevailed.
holding. And the rulers also 24 And Pi'-lăte gave sentence with them derided him, saying, that it should be as they re- He saved others; let him save quired.
himself, if he be Chrīst, the 25 And he released unto them chosen of God. him that for sedition and mur- 36 And the soldiers also mockder was cast into prison, whom ed him, coming to him, and they had desired; but he de- offering him vinegar, livered Jē'-šūs to their will. 37 And saying, If thou be the 26 And as they led him away, king of the Jews, save thyself. they laid hold upon one si- 38 And a superscription also mon, a Cğ-rē’-ny-án, coming out was written over him in letters of the country, and on him they of Greek, and Låt'-in, and laid the cross, that he might Hē'-brew, THIS IS THE bear it after Jē'-šūs.
KING OF THE JEWS. 27 T And there followed him 39 T And one of the malea great company of people, and factors which of women, which also bewailed railed on him, saying, If thou and lamented him.
be Chrīst, save thyself and 28 But Jē'-sts turning, unto us. them said, Daughters of Jě-rû'- 40 But the other answering să-lěm, weep not for me, but rebuked him, saying, Dost not
Christ's death ST. LUKE, 24. and resurrection. thou fear God, seeing thou art | 53 And he took it down, and in the same condemnation ? wrapped it in linen, and laid it
41 And we indeed justly; for in a sepulchre that was hewn we receive the due reward of in stone, wherein never man our deeds: but this man hath before was laid. done nothing amiss.
54 And that day was the pre42 And he said unto Jē'-sūs, paration, and the sabbath drew Lord, remember me when thou on. comest into thy kingdom. 55 And the women also, which 43 And Jē'-šňs said unto him, came with him from Găl'-1-lée, Verily I say unto thee, To day followed after, and beheld the shalt thou be with me in para sepulchre, and how his body dise.
was laid. 44 And it was about the sixth 56 And they returned, and hour, and there was a darkness prepared spices and ointments; over all the earth until the and rested the sabbath day ninth hour.
according to the command45 And the sun was darkened, ment. and the veil of the temple was
CHAPTER 24. rent in the midst.
OW upon the first day of 46 | And when Jē'-šūs had the week,
very early in cried with a loud voice, he said, the morning, they came unto Father, into thy hands I com- the sepulchre, bringing the mend my spirit : and having spices which they had presaid thus, he gave up the ghost. pared, and certain others with
47 Now when the centurion them. saw what was done, he glorified 2 And they found the stone God, saying, Certainly this was rolled away from the sepulchre. a righteous man.
3 And they entered in, and 48 And all the people that found not the body of the Lord came together to that sight, Jē'-šūs. beholding the things which 4 And it came to pass, as they were done, smote their breasts, were much perplexed thereand returned.
about, behold, two men stood 49 And all his acquaintance, by them in shining garments : and the women that followed 5 And as they were afraid, him from Găl’--léè, stood afar and bowed down their faces to off, beholding these things. the earth, they said unto them, 50 And, behold, there was Why seek ye the living among a man named Jõ'-sěph, a coun- the dead ? sellor ; and he was a good man, 6 He is not here, but is risen:
remember how he spake unto 51 (The same had not con- you when he was yet in Găl'sented to the counsel and deed 1-lée, of them ;) he was of Ăr-im-ă- 7 Saying, The Son of man thổ'-ă, a city of the Jews: must be delivered into the who also himself waited for hands of sinful men, and be the kingdom of God.
crucified, and the third day 52 This man went unto Pi'- rise again. lăte, and begged the body of 8 And they remembered his
and a just :
Christ appeareth St. LUKE, 24. to two disciples,
9 And returned from the word before God and all the sepulchre, and told all these people : things unto the eleven, and to 20 And how the chief priests all the rest.
and our rulers delivered him 10 It was Mâr’ý Măg-dă-lēne, to be condemned to death, and and Jõ-on'-nă, and Mâr'-ý the have crucified him. mother of Jāmes, and other 21 But we trusted that it had women that were with them, been he which should have rewhich told these things unto deemed Ís’-rā-ěl: and beside the apostles.
all this, to day is the third day 11 And their words seemed to since these things were done. them as idle tales, and they 22 Yea, and certain women believed them not.
also of our company made us 12 Then arose Pē-těr, and ran astonished, which were early unto the sepulchre; and stoop- at the sepulchre ; ing down, he beheld the linen 23 And when they found not clothes laid by themselves, and his body, they came, saying, departed, wondering in himself that they had also seen a vision at that which was come to pass. of angels, which said that he
13 | And, behold, two of them was alive. went that same day to a village 24 And certain of them which called Ém-mā'-ús, which was were with us went to the sepulfrom Jě-rû'-să-lěm about three-chre, and found it even so as score furlongs.
the women had said: but him 14 And they talked ogether ney saw not. of all these things which had 25 Then he said unto them, happened.
O fools, and slow of heart to 15 And it came to pass, that, believe all that the prophets while they communed together have spoken: and reasoned, Jē'-šīs himself 26 Ought not Christ to have drew near, and went with suffered these things, and to them.
enter into his glory? 16 But their eyes were holden 27 And beginning at Mo'-šěš that they should not know him. and all the prophets, he ex17 And he said unto them, pounded unto them in all the What manner of communica- scriptures the things concerntions are these that ye have ing himself. one to another, as ye walk, 28 And they drew nigh unto and are sad ?
the village, whither they went: 18 And the one of them, and he made as though he whose name was Clē'-o-păs, would have gone further. answering said unto him, Art 29 But they constrained him, thou only a stranger in Jě- saying, Abide with us : for it rû'-să-lēm, and hast not known is toward evening, and the day the things which are come to is far spent. And he went in pass there in these days? to tarry with them.
19 And he said unto them, 30 And it came to pass, as he What things? And they said sat at meat with them, he took unto him, Concerning Jē'-šūs bread, and blessed it, and of Năz'-=-rěth, which was a brake, and gave to them. prophet mighty in deed and 31 And theireyes were opened,
and to the apostles,
St. LUKE, 24. after his resurrection. and they knew him; and he va- 43 And he took it, and did nished out of their sight. eat before them.
32 And they said one to an- 44 And he said unto them, other, Did not our heart burn These are the words which Í within us, while he talked with spake unto you, while I was us by the way, and while he yet with you, that all things opened to us the scriptures ? must be fulfilled, which were
33 And they rose up the same written in the law of Mōʻ-sěs, hour, and returned to Jě-rû'- and in the prophets, and in să-lěm, and found the eleven the psalms, concerning me. gathered together, and them 45 Then opened he their that were with them,
understanding, that they might 34 Saying, The Lord is risen understand the scriptures, indeed, and hath appeared to 46 And said unto them, Thus Si-mon.
it is written, and thus it be35 And they told what things hoved Chrīst to suffer, and to were done in the way, and how rise from the dead the third he was known of them in day: breaking of bread.
47 And that repentance and 36 T And as they thus spake, remission of sins should be Jē'-sús himself stood in the preached in his name among midst of them, and saith unto all nations, beginning at Je- / them, Peace be unto you.
rû'-să-lěm. 37 But they were terrified and 48 And ye are witnesses of affrighted, and supposed that these things, they had seen a spirit.
49 | And, behold, I send the 38 And he said unto them, promise of my Father upon Why are ye troubled ? and you : but tarry ye in the city why do thoughts arise in your of Je-ru'-să-lēm, until ye be hearts?
endued with power from on 39 Behold my hands and my high. feet, that it is I myself : handle 50 | And he led them out as me, and see; for a spirit hath far as to Běth'-š-ný, and he not flesh and bones, as ye see lifted up his hands, and blessed me have.
them. 40 And when he had thus 51 And it came to pass, while spoken, he shewed them his he blessed them, he was parted hands and his feet.
from them, and carried up into 41 And while they yet be- heaven. lieved not for joy, and won- 52 And they worshipped him, dered, he said unto them, and returned to Je-rü'-să-lēm Have
ye here any meat ? with great joy: 42 And they gave him a piece 53 And were continually in of a broiled fish, and of an the temple, praising and blesshoneycomb.
ing God. A'-měn.
THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO
14 And the Word was made CHAPTER 1.
flesh, and dwelt among us, (and N the beginning was the we beheld his glory, the glory
as of the only begotten of the with God, and the Word was Father,) full of grace and God.
truth. 2 The same was in the be- 15 | John bare witness of ginning with God.
him, and cried, saying, This 3 All things were made by was he of whom him ; and without him was not that cometh after me is preany thing made that was made. ferred before me: for he was
4 In him was life; and the before me. life was the light of men.
16 And of his fulness have 5 And the light shineth in all we received, and grace for darkness; and the darkness grace. comprehended it not.
17 For the law was given by 6 There was a man sent Mo’-šės, but grace and truth from God, whose name was came by Jē'-sús Chrīst. Jõhn.
18 No man hath seen God at 7 The same came for a wit- any time; the only begotten ness, to bear witness of the Son, which is in the bosom of Light, that all men through the Father, he hath declared him might believe.
him. 8 He was not that Light, but 19 And this is the record of was sent to bear witness of that John, when the Jews sent Light.
priests and Lē'-vītes from Jě9 That was the true Light, rû'-să-lěm to ask him, Who art which lighteth every man that thou? cometh into the world.
20 And he confessed, and 10 He was in the world, and denied not; but confessed, I the world was made by him, am not the Chrīst. and the world knew him not. 21 And they asked him, What
11 He came unto his own, then ? Art thou E-li’-ås? And and his own received him not. he saith, I am not. Art thou
12 But as many as received that prophet? And he anhim, to them gave he power to swered, No. become the sons of God, even 22 Then said they unto him, to them that believe on his Who art thou ? that we may
give an answer to them that 13 Which were born, not of sent us. What sayest thou of blood, nor of the will of the thyself ? flesh, nor of the will of man, 23 He said, I am the voice but of God.
of one crying in the wilder