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20 And except that the Lord | 30 Verily I say unto you, had shortened those days, no | That this generation shall not flesh should be saved; but for pass, till all these things be the elect's sake, whom he hath | done. chosen, he hath shortened the | 31 Heaven and earth shall pass days.
away; but my words shall not 21 And then, if any man shall pass away. . say to you, Lo, here is Christ; or, | 32 But of that day and that lo, he is there; believe him not: hour knoweth no man, no, not
22 For false Christs and false | the angels which are in heaven, prophets shall rise, and shall neither the Son, but the Father. shew signs and wonders, to se- | 33 Take ye heed, watch and duce, if it were possible, even pray: for ye know not when the the elect.
time is. 23 But take ye hecd: behold, 34 For the Son of man is as a I have foretold you all things. man taking a far journey, who
24 But in those days, after that left his house, and gave authoritribulation, the sun shall be ty to his servants, and to every darkened, and the moon shall || man his work, and commanded not give her light;
the porter to watch. 25 And the stars of heaven 35 Watch ye, therefore: for shall fall, and the powers that ye know not when the master are in heaven shall be shaken. of the house cometh; at even,
26 And then shall they see or at midnight, or at the cockthe Son of man coming in the crowing, or in the morning: clouds, with great power and 36 Lest, coming suddenly, he glory.
ll find you sleeping. 27. And then shall he send his 37 And what I say unto you, angels, and shall gather together || I say unto all, Watch. his elect from the four winds, from the uttermost part of the
CHAP. XIV. earth to the uttermost part of
PETER DENIETH CHRIST. heaven.
28 Now learn a parable of the AFTER two days was the fig-tree; When her branch is feast of the passover, and of unyet tender, and putteth forth leavened bread: and the chief leaves, ye know that summer is priests and the scribes sought near :
how they might take him by 29 So ye, in like manner, when craft, and put him to death. ye shall see these things come | 2 But they said, Not on the to pass, know that it is nigh, feast-day, lest there be an uproar even at the doors.
ll of the people.
3 And being in Bethany, in 12 And the first day of unthe house of Simon the leper, | leavened bread, when they killas he sat at meat, there came a ed the passover, his disciples woman, having an alabaster-box said unto him, Where wilt thou of ointment of spikenard, very that we go and prepare, that precious; and she brake the thou mayest eat the passover ? box, and poured it on his head. 13 And he sendeth forth two
4 And there were some that of his disciples, and saith unto had indignation within them- | them, Go ye into the city, and selves, and said, Why was this there shall meet you a man waste of the ointment made? bearing a pitcher of water: fol.
5 For it might have been sold | low him. for more than three hundred 14 And wheresoever he shall pence, and have been given to I go in, say ye to the good-man the poor. And they murmured of the house, The Master saith, against her.
Where is the guest-chamber, 6 And Jesus said, Let her where I shall eat the passover alone; why trouble ye her? she || with my disciples ? hath wrought a good work on 15 And he will shew you a me.
large upper room furnished and 7 For ye have the poor with || prepared: there make ready for you always, and whensoever ye us. will, ye may do them good: but 16 And his disciples went me ye have not always.
forth, and came into the city, 8 She hath done what she || and found as he had said unto could; she is come aforehand to them: and they made ready the anoint my body to the burying. passover.
9 Verily I say unto you, 17 And in the evening he Wheresoever this gospel shall || cometh with the twelve. be preached throughout the | 18 And as they sat, and did whole world, this also that she | eat, Jesus said, Verily I say hath done shall be spoken of, | unto you, One of you which for a memorial of her.
eateth with me, shall betray me. 10 And Judas Iscariot, one of 19 And they began to be sor. the twelve, went unto the chief rowful, and to say unto him one priests, to betray him unto by one, Is it I? and another them.
said, Is it I ? 11 And when they heard it, || 20 And he answered, and said they were glad, and promised unto them, It is one of the to give him money. And he twelve that dippeth with me in sought how he might con the dish. veniently betray him.
21 The Son of man indeed VOL. IV.
goeth as it is written of him : || hemently, If I should die with but woe to that man by whom thee, I will not deny thee in any the Son of man is betrayed! wise. Likewise also said they good were it for that man, if he all. had never been born.
32 And they came to a place 22 And, as they did eat, Jesus which was named Gethsematook bread, and blessed, and ne: and he saith to his disciples, brake it, and gave to them, and Sit ye here, while I shall pray. said, Take, eat; this is my 33 And he taketh with him body.
Peter, and James, and John, and 23 And he took the cup, and,||
|| began to be sore amazed, and to when he had given thanks, he be very heavy ; gave it to them: and they all 34 And saith unto them, My drank of it.
soul is exceeding sorrowful unto 24 And he said unto them, death: tarry ye here, and watch. This is my blood of the new 35 And he went forward a littestament, which is shed for tle, and fell on the ground, and many.
prayed, that, if it were possible, 25 Verily I say unto you, I the hour might pass from him. will drink no more of the fruit 36 And he said, Abba, Father, of the vine, until that day that I all things are possible unto drink it new in the kingdom of thee; take away this cup from God.
me: nevertheless, not what I 26 And when they had sung will, but what thou wilt. an hymn, they went out into the 37 And he cometh, and find. mount of Olives.
eth them sleeping, and saith 27 And Jesus saith unto them, | unto Peter, Simon, sleepest All ye shall be offended because thou! couldest not thou watch of me this night: for it is writ. | one hour ? ten, I will smite the shepherd, 38 Watch ye and pray, lest ye and the sheep shall be scattered. enter into temptation: the spirit
28 But after that I am risen, I truly is ready, but the flesh is will go before you into Galilee. weak.
29 But Peter said unto him, 39 And again he went away, Although all shall be offended, || and prayed, and spake the same yet will not I.
words. | 30 And Jesus saith unto him, 40 And when he returned, he Verily I say unto thee, That | found them asleep again; (for this day, even in this night, be their eyes were heavy ;) neither fore the cock crow twice, thou | wist they what to answer him. shalt deny me thrice.
41 And he cometh the third 31 But he spake the more ve- || time, and saith unto them, Sleep
on now, and take your rest: it body; and the young men laid is enough, the hour is come ; hold on him. behold, the Son of man is be- 52 And he left the linen cloth, trayed into the hands of sin- and fled from them naked. ners.
53 And they led Jesus away 42 Rise up, let us go: lo, he that to the high priest : and with betrayeth me is at hand. him were assembled all the
43 And immediately, while he chief priests, and the elders, yet spake, cometh Judas, one of and the scribes. the twelve, and with him a great 54 And Peter followed him afar multitude, with swords and off, even into the palace of the staves, from the chief priests high priest: and he sat with the and the scribes, and the elders. servants, and warmed himself
44 And he that betrayed him, at the fire. had given them a token, saying, 55 And the chief priests, and Whomsoever I shall kiss, that all the council, sought for wit. same is he; take him, and leadness against Jesus, to put him bim away safely.
to death ; and found none : 45 And as soon as he was come, 56 For many bare false withe goeth straightway to him, ness against him; but their and saith, Master, Master; and witness agreed not together. kissed him.
57. And there arose certain, 46 And they laid their hands and bare false witness against on him, and took him.
him, saying, 47 And one of them that stood 58 We heard him say, I will by, drew a sword, and smote a destroy this temple that is made servant of the high priest, and with hands; and within three cut off his ear.
days I will build another made 48 And Jesus answered, and without hands. said unto them, Are ye come 59 But neither so did their out, as against a thief, with | witness agree together. swords and with staves, to take | 60 And the high priest stood me?
ll up in the midst, and asked Je49 I was daily with you in sus, saying, Answerest thou the temple, teaching, and ye nothing? what is it which these took me not : but the scriptures witness against thee ? must be fulfilled.
61 But he held his peace, and 50 And they all forsook him, answered nothing. Again the and fled.
high priest asked him, and said 51 And there followed him al unto him, Art thou the Christ, certain young man, having a | the Son of the Blessed ? linen cloth cast about his naked 62 And Jesus said, I am: and ye shall see the Son of man sit. || 72 And the second time, the ting on the right hand of pow. cock crew. And Peter called er, and coming in the clouds to mind the word that Jesus of heaven.
said unto him, Before the cock . 63 Then the high priest rent | crow twice, thou shalt deny his clothes, and saith, What | me thrice. And when he thought need we any further witnesses ? || thereon, he wept.
64 Ye have heard the blasphemy : what think ye? And
CHAP. XV. they all condemned him to be
THE CRUCIFIXION OF guilty of death. 65 And some began to spit
CHRIST. on him, and to cover his face, AND straightway in the and to buffet him, and to say morning the chief priests held unto him, Prophesy : and the a consultation with the elders servants did strike him with and scribes, and the whole the palms of their hands. council, and bound Jesus, and
66 And as Peter was beneath | carried him away, and deliver. in the palace, there cometh one ed him to Pilate. of the maids of the high priest: 2 And Pilate asked him, Art
67 And when she saw Peter | thou the king of the Jews ? warming himself, she looked | And he, answering, said unto upon him, and said, And thou him, Thou sayest it. also wast with Jesus of Naza. 3 And the chief priests ac. reth.
cused him of many things : but 68 But he denied, saying, I he answered nothing. know not, neither understand 4 And Pilate asked him again, I what thou sayest. And he saying, Answerest thou nothing? went out into the porch ; and behold, how many things they the cock crew.
witness against thee. 69 And a maid saw him again, 5 But Jesus yet answered noand began to say to them that thing ; so that Pilate marvelstood by, This is one of them. | led.
70 And he denied it again. | 6 Now at that feast he releasAnd a little after they that stooded unto them one prisoner, by, said again to Peter, Surely whomsoever they desired. thou art one of them : for thou 7 And there was one named art a Galilean, and thy speech Barabbas, which lay bound with agreeth thereto.
them that had made insurrec71 But he began to curse, and tion with him, who had comto swear, saying, I know not mitted murder in the insurrecthis man of whom ye speak. tion.