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18 And as they sat and did 29 But Peter said unto him, eat, Jesus said, Verily I say unto Although all shall be offended, you, one of you which eateth yet will not I. with me, shall betray me.
30 And Jesus saith unto him, 19 And they began to be sor- Verily I say unto thee, That this rowful, and to say unto him, one day, even in this night, before the by one, Is it I ? and another cock crow twice, thou shalt deny said, Is it I ?
me thrice. 20 And he answered and said 31 But he spake the more veunto them, It is one of the hemently, If I should die with twelve that dippeth with me in thee, I will not deny thee in any the dish.
wise. Likewise, also, said they 21 The Son of man indeed all. goeth, as it is written of him: 32 And they came to a place but woe to that man by whom which was named Gethsemane : the Son of man is betrayed; and he saith to his disciples, Sit good were it for that man, if ye here while I shall pray. he had never been born
| 33 And he taketh with him 22 And as they did eat, Jesus Peter and James and John, and took bread, and blessed, and began to be sore amazed, and to brake it, and gave to them, and be very heavy; said, Take, eat; this is my body. 34 And saith unto them, My
23 And he took the cup, and soul is exceeding sorrowful when he had given thanks, he unto death : tarry ye here, and gave it to them: and they all / watch. drank of it.
35 And he went forward a 24 And he said unto them, I little, and fell on the ground, This is my blood of the new tes and prayed that, if it were possi. tament, which is shed for many. ble, the hour might pass from
25 Verily I say unto you, I 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 thee; drink it new in the kingdom of take away this cup from me: God.
nevertheless, not what I will, but 26 And when they had sung what thou wilt. a hymn, they went out into the 37 And he cometh, and findmount of Olives.
eth them sleeping, and saith un27 And Jesus saith unto them, to Peter, Simon, sleepest thou ? All ye shall be offended because couldest not thou watch one of me this night: for it is written, hour? I will smite the shepherd, and 38 Watch ye, and pray, lest the sheep shall be scattered. ye enter into temptation : the
23 But after that I am risen, I spirit truly is ready, but the flesh will go before you into Galilee. I is weak.
39 And again he went away | priest, and cut off his ear. and prayed, and spake the same 48 And Jesus answered, and words.
said unto them, Are ye come out, 40 And when he returned, he as against a thief, with swords found them asleep again; for and with staves, to take me ? their eyes were heavy; neither 49 I was daily with you, in the wist they what to answer him. temple, teaching, and ye took me
41 And he cometh the third not : but the Scriptures must be time, and saith unto them, Sleep | fulfilled. on now, and take your rest: it is 50 And they all forsook him, enough; the hour is come: be- and fled. hold, the Son of man is betrayed 51 And there followed him a into the hands of sinners.
certain young man, having a 42 Rise up, let us go; lo, he linen cloth cast about his naked that betrayeth me is at hand. body ; and the young men laid
43 And immediately, while hold on him, he yet spake, cometh Judas, one 52 And he left the linen cloth, of ihe twelve, and with him al and fled from them, naked. great multitude, with swords and 53 And they led Jesus away staves, from the chief priests, and to the high priest : and with him the scribes, and the elders. were assembled all the chief
44 And he that betrayed him priests, and the elders, and the had given them a token, saying, scribes. Whomsoever I shall kiss, that 54 And Peter followed him, same is he; take him, and lead | afar off, even into the palace of him away safely.
the high priest: and he sat with 45 And as soon as he was the servants and warmed himself come, he goeth straightway to at the fire. him, and saith, Master, Master; L 55 And the chief priests and and kissed him.
| all the council sought for witness 46 And they laid their hands against Jesus, to put him to on him, and took him.
death; and found none : 47 And one of them that 56 For many bare false witstood by, drew a sword, and ness against him; but their witsmote a servant of the highness agreed not together.
51. A linen cloth; an article of linen cloth over what dress he had on. dress which was used at night, and also || The young men; those belonging to in summer, as a substitute for the the multitude. ordinary mantle, or outside garment. 52. He left the linen cloth. This || His naked body. The word naked he could easily do, as it was worn by may here express, as it does in other merely throwing it around his body. places (see Is. 20 : 2, 3. John 21 : 7), | The multitude might have thought that the young man was almost naked. that he was one of the Saviour's intiBeing aroused by the tumult, he did mate friends. not wait to dress himself in the ordi- 53–72. Compare Matt. 26: 57nary manner, but merely threw this 175.
57 And there arose certain, also wast with Jesus of Nazaand bare false witness against | reth. him, saying,
1 68 But he denied, saying, I 58 We heard him say, I will know not; neither understand I, destroy this temple that is made what thou sayest. And he went with hands, and within three out into the porch; and the cock days I will build another made crew. without hands.
169 And a maid saw him again, 59 But neither so did their and began to say to them that witness agree together.
stood by, This is one of them. 60 And the high priest stood 70 And he denied it again. up in the midst, and asked Jesus, | And a little after, they that stood saying, Answerest thou nothing ? | by said again to Peter, Surely what is it which these witness thou art one of them; for thou against thee?
art a Galilean, and thy speech 61 But he held his peace, and agreeth thereto. answered nothing. Again, the 71 But he began to curse and high priest asked him, and said to swear, saying, I know not unto him, Art thou the Christ, this man of whom ye speak. the Son of the Blessed ?
72 And the second time the 62 And Jesus said, I am : and cock crew. And Peter called to ye shall see the Son of man sit-mind the word that Jesus said ting on the right hand of power, unto him, Before the cock crow and coming in the clouds of twice, thou shalt deny me thrice. heaven.
And when he thought thereon, 63 Then the high priest rent he wept. his clothes, and saith, What need we any further witnesses ?
CHAPTER XV. 64 Ye have heard the blas- AND straightway in the mornphemy: What think ye? And 11 ing the chief priests held they all condemned him to be a consultation with the elders guilty of death.
and scribes, and the whole coun65 And some began to spit on cil, and bound Jesus, and carried him, and to cover his face, and him away, and delivered him to to buffet him, and to say unto Pilate. him, Prophesy : and the servants 1 2 And Pilate asked him, Art did strike him with the palms of thou the king of the Jews? And their hands.
he, answering, said unto him, 66 And as Peter was beneath, Thou sayest it. in the palace, there cometh one 3 And the chief priests accused of the maids of the high priest; him of many things : but he an
67 And when she saw Peter swered nothing. warming himself, she looked 4 And Pilate asked him again, upon him, and said, And thou saying, Answerest thou nothing? behold how many things they | him, to be crucified. witness against thee!
16 And the soldiers led him 5 But Jesus yet answered away into the hall, called Prenothing; so that Pilate mar- torium; and they call together velled.
the whole band; 6. Now at that feast he re- 17 And they clothed him with leased unto them one prisoner, purple, and platted a crown of whomsoever they desired. thorns, and put it about his head;
7 And there was one named | 18 And began to salute him, Barabbas, which lay bound with Hail! king of the Jews. them that had made insurrection 19 And they smote him on with him, who had committed the head with a reed, and did murder in the insurrection, spit upon him, and bowing their
8 And the multitude, crying | knees, worshipped him. aloud, began to desire him to do 20 And when they had mockas he had ever done unto them. ed him, they took off the purple
9 But Pilate answered them, | from him, and put his own saying, Will ye that I release clothes on him, and led him out unto you the king of the Jews? to crucify him.
10 (For he knew that the 21 And they compel one Sichief priests had delivered him mon, a Cyrenian, who passed by, for envy.)
coming out of the country, the 11 But the chief priests moved father of Alexander and Rufus, the people that he should rather to bear his cross. release Barabbas unto them. 22 And they bring him unto
12 And Pilate answered, and the place Golgotha, which is, said again unto them, What will being interpreted, The place of ye then that I shall do unto him a skull. whom ye call the king of the 23 And they gave him to Jews ?
drink, winemingled with 13 And they cried out again, myrrh : but he received it not. Crucify him.
24 And when they had cruci14 Then Pilate said unto fied him, they parted his garthem, Why, what evil hath he ments, casting lots upon them, done? And they cried out the what every man should take. 'more exceedingly, Crucify him. 25 And it was the third hour,
15 And so Pilate, willing to and they crucified him. content the people, released Ba- | 26 And the superscription of rabbas unto them, and delivered his accusation was written over, Jesus, when he had scourged THE KING OF THE JEWS.
original, the same word that is transCHAPTER XV.
lated, in Matt. 27: 27, the common hall. 1–47. Compare Matt. 27: 1, 2, See on that verse. 12–61.
| 25. The third hour. Nine o'clock 16. Pretorium. This is, in the in the morning. See on Matt. 27: 45. 27 And with him they cru- sponge full of vinegar, and put cify two thieves, the one on his it on a reed, and gave him to right hand, and the other on his drink, saying, Let alone; let us left...
see whether Elias will come to 28 And the scripture was ful- | take him down. filled which saith, And he was 37 And Jesus cried with a numbered with the transgressors. loud voice, and gave up the
29 And they that passed by ghost. railed on him, wagging their 38 And the vail of the temple heads, and saying, Ah, thou that was rent in twain, from the top destroyest the temple, and build- to the bottom. est it in three days,
39 And when the centurion, 30 Save thyself, and come which stood over against him, down from the cross!
saw that he so cried out, and 31 Likewise also the chief gave up the ghost, he said, priests, mocking, said among Truly this man was the Son of themselves with the scribes, He God. saved others; himself he cannot 40 There were also women save.
looking on afar off, among 32 Let Christ, the king of Is-whom was Mary Magdalene, rael, descend now from the cross, and Mary the mother of James that we may see and believe. the less, and of Joses, and And they that were crucified | Salome; with him reviled him.
41 Who also, when he was 33 And when the sixth hour in Galilee, followed him, and was come, there was darkness ministered unto him; and many over the whole land, until the other women which came up ninth hour.
with him unto Jerusalem. 34 And at the ninth' hour 42 And now when the even Jesus cried with a loud voice, was come, (because it was the saying, Eloi, Eloi, lama sa preparation, that is, the day bachthani? which is being before the Sabbath,)
i interpreted, My God, my God, 43 Joseph of Arimathea, an why hast thou forsaken me? honorable counsellor, which
35 And some of them that also waited for the kingdom of stood by, when they heard it, God, came, and went in boldly said, Behold, he calleth Elias. unto Pilate, and craved the
36 And one ran and filled a body of Jesus.
28. He was numbered with the import as those mentioned in Matt. transgressors. See Is. 53: 12. 27: 46, and used indiscriminately with
32. Let Christ, the king of Israel ; them. ,et the Messiah, the king, &c.; words 40. James the less. See on Matt. uttered in derision.
10:2. 34. Eloi, Eloi; words of the same