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21 That they all may be one; the chief priests and Pharisees, as thou, Father, art in me, and cometh thither with lanterns, I in thee, that they also may be and torches, and weapons. one in us: that the world may 4 Jesus therefore, knowing believe that thou hast sent me. all things that should come up

22 And the glory which thou on him, went forth, and said gavest me, I have given them; unto them, Whom seek ye? that they may be one, even as we 5 They answered him, Jesus

of Nazareth. Jesus saith unto 23 I in them, and thou in me, them, I am he. And Judas althat they may be made perfect so, which betrayed him, stood in one; and that the world may with them. know that thou hast sent me, 6 As soon then as he had said and hast loved them as thou hast unto them, I am he, they went loved me.

backward, and fell to the 24 Father, I will that they ground. also whom thou hast given me 7 Then asked he them again, be with me where I am; that Whom seek ye? And they said, they may behold my glory which Jesus of Nazareth. thou hast given me : for thou 8 Jesus answered, I have told lovedst me before the founda- you that I am he. If therefore tion of the world.

ye seek me, let these go their 25 O righteous Father, the way: world hath not known thee: but 9 That the saying might be I have known thee, and these fulfilled which he spake, Of them have known that thou hast sent which thou gavest me, have I

lost none. 26 And I have declared unto 10 Then Simon Peter, havthem thy name, and will declare ing a sword, drew it, and smote it: that the love wherewith thou the high priest's servant, and hast loved me, may be in them, cut off his right ear. and I in them.

vant's name was Malchus. CHAP. XVIII.

11 Then said Jesus unto Pe1 Judas betrayeth Jesus ; 6 the band and ter, Put up thy sword into the officers at Christ's word fall to the sheath : the cup

which my ground, &c.

Father hath given me, shall I HEN Jesus had spoken not drink it?

these words, he went forth 12 Then the band, and the with his disciples over the brook captain, and officers of the Jews Cedron, where was a garden, took Jesus, and bound him, into the which he entered, and 13 And led him away to Anhis disciples.

nas first, (for he was father-in2 And Judas also, which be-law to Caiaphas, which was the trayed him, knew the place: for high priest that same year.) Jesus oft-times resorted thither 14 Now Caiaphas was he with his disciples.

which gave counsel to the Jews, 3 Judas then, having received that it was expedient that one a band of men and officers from man should die for the people.

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15 TAnd Simon Peter follow- 25 And Simon Peter stood ed Jesus, and so did another dis- and warmed himself. They said ciple. That disciple was known therefore unto him, Art not thou unto the high priest, and went also one of his disciples ? He dein with Jesus, into the palace nied it, and said, I am not. of the high priest.

26 One of the servants of 16 But Peter stood at the the high priest (being his kinsdoor without. Then went out man whose ear Peter cut off) that other disciple which was saith, Did not I see thee in the known unto the high priest, and garden with him ? spake unto her that kept the 27 Peter then denied again: door, and brought in Peter. and immediately the cock crew.

17 Then saith the damsel 28 1 Then led they Jesus from that kept the door unto Peter, Caiaphas unto the hall of judgArt not thou also one of this ment: and it was early, and man's disciples ? He saith, I am they themselves went not into not.

the judgment-hall, lest they 18 And the servants and offi- should be defiled; but that they cers stood there, who had made might eat the passover. a fire of coals ; (for it was cold) 29 Pilate then went out unto and they warmed themselves: them, and said, What accusaand Peter stood with them, and tion bring ye against this man? warmed himself.

30 They answered and said 19 1 The high priest then unto him, If he were not a maleasked Jesus of his disciples, and factor, we would not have deof his doctrine.

livered him up unto thee. 20 Jesus answered him, I 31 Then said Pilate unto spake openly to the world; I them, Take ye him, and judge ever taught in the synagogue, him according to your law. The and in the temple, whither the Jews therefore said unto him, It Jews always resort; and in se- is not lawful for us to put any cret have I said nothing. man to death:

21 Why askest thou me? ask 32 That the saying of Jesus them which heard me, what I might be fulfilled, which he have said unto them; behold, spake, signifying what death he they know what I said. should die.

22 And when he had thus 33 Then Pilate entered into spoken, one of the officers which the judgment-hall again, and stood by, struck Jesus with the called Jesus, and said unto him, palm of his hand, saying, An- Art thou the King of the Jews ? swerest thou the high priest so? 34 Jesus answered him, Say

23 Jesus answered him, If I est thou this thing of thyself, or have spoken evil, bear witness of did others tell it thee of me? the evil; but if well, why smitest 35 Pilate answered, Am ! thou me?

a Jew? Thine own nation, and 24 (Now Annas had sent him the chief priests, have delivered bound unto Caiaphas the high thee unto me. 'What hast thou priest.)

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36 Jesus answered, My king- 5 Then came Jesus forth, dom is not of this world: If my wearing the crown of thorns, kingdom were of this world, and the purple robe. And Pithen would my servants fight, late saith unto them, Behold the that I should not be delivered man! to the Jews: but now is my 6 When the chief priests kingdom not from hence. therefore and officers saw him,

37 Pilate therefore said unto they cried out, saying, Crucify him, Art thou a king then? Jesus him, crucify him. Pilate saith answered, Thou sayest that I am unto theni, Take ye him, and a king. To this end was I born, crucify him: for I find nó fault and for this cause came I into the in him. world, that I should bear wit- 7 The Jews answered him, ness unto the truth. Every one We have a law, and by our law that is of the truth, heareth my he ought to die, because he voice.

made himself the Son of God. 38 Pilate saith unto him, 8 I When Pilate therefore What is truth? And when he heard that saying, he was the had said this, he went out again more afraid ; unto the Jews, and saith into 9 And went again into the them, I find in him no fault at all. judgment-hall, and saith unto

39 But ye have a custom that Jesus, Whence art thou! But I should release unto you one at Jesus gave him no answer. the passover : will ye therefore, 10 Then saith Pilate unto that I release unto you the King him, Speakest thou not unto of the Jews?

me! knowest thou not, that I 40 Then cried they all again, have power to crucify thee, and saying, Not this man, but Bar- have power to release thee? abbas. Now Barabbas was a 11 Jesus answered, Thou robber.

couldest have no power at all CHAP. XIX.

against me, except it were given

thee from above : therefore he 1 Jesus is scourged and crowned with

thorns....11 Pilate delivereth him to be that delivered me unto thee crucified, &c.

hath the greater sin. THEN Pilate therefore took 12 And from thenceforth Pi

Jesus, and scourged him. late sought to release him: but 2 And the soldiers platted a the Jews cried out, saying, If crown of thorns, and put it on thou let this man go, thou art his head, and they put on him a not Cesar's friend. Whosoever purple robe,

maketh himself a king, speak3 And said, Hail, King of eth against Cesar. the Jews! And they smote him 13 1 When Pilate therefore with their hands.

heard that saying, he brought 4 Pilate therefore went forth Jesus forth, and sat down in the again, and saith unto them, Be- judgment-seat, in a place that is hold, I bring him forth to you, called The Pavement, but in that ye may know that I find the Hebrew, Gabbatha. no fault in him.

14 And it was the prepar

ation of the passover, and about themselves, Let us not rend it, the sixth hour: and he saith but cast lots for it whose it shall unto the Jews, Behold your be: that the scripture might be King!

fulfilled, which saith, They part15 But they cried out, Awayed my raiment among them, and with him, away with him, cruci- for my vesture they did cast lots. fy him. Pilate saith unto them, These things therefore the solShall I crucify your King? The diers did. chief priests answered, We have 25 I Now there stood by no king but Cesar.

the cross of Jesus, his mother, 16 Then delivered he him and his mother's sister, Mary therefore unto them to be cruci- the wife of Cleophas, and Mary fied. And they took Jesus, and Magdalene. led him away.

26 When Jesus therefore 17 And he bearing his cross saw his mother, and the disciwent forth into a place called ple standing by whom he loved, the place of a scull, which is he saith unto his mother, Wocalled in the Hebrew, Golgo-man, behold thy son ! tha:

27 Then saith he to the dis18 Where they crucified him, ciple, Behold thy mother! And and two others with him, on ei- from that hour that disciple took ther side one, and Jesus in the her unto his own home. midst.

28 1 After this, Jesus know19 1 And Pilate wrote a ti- ing that all things were now tle, and put it on the cross. accomplished, that the scripture And the writing was, JESUS might be fulfilled, saith, I thirst. OF NAZARETH. THE 29 Now there was set a vesKING OF THE JEWS. sel full of vinegar: and they fill

20 This title then read many ed a sponge with vinegar, and of the Jews: for the place where put it upon hyssop, and put it to Jesus was crucified was nigh to his mouth. the city: and it was written in 30 When Jesus therefore had Hebrew, and Greek, and Latin. received the vinegar, he said, It

21 Then said the chief priests is finished : and he bowed his of the Jews to Pilate, Write head, and gave up the Ghost. not, The King of the Jews; but 31 The Jews therefore, bethat he said, I am King of the cause it was the preparation, Jews.

that the bodies should not re22 Pilate answered, What I main upon the cross on the sabhave written, I have written. bath-day, (for that sabbath-day

23 I Then the soldiers, when was a high day), besought Pithey had crucifiedJesus, took his late that their legs might be garments, and made four parts, to broken, and that they might be every soldier a part; and also taken away. his coat: now the coat was 32 Then came the soldiers, without seam, woven from the and brake the legs of the first, top throughout.

and of the other which was cruci24 They said therefore among fied with him.

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CHAP. XX. Jesus, and saw that he was dead 1 Mary cometh to the sepulchro ; 11 she already, they brake not his seeth two angels; Jesus himsclf appear

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34 But one of the soldiers THE first day of the week with a spear pierced his side, and cometh Mary Magdalene forthwith came thereout blood early, when it was yet dark, and water.

unto the sepulchre, and seeth 35 And he that saw it, bare the stone taken away from the record, and his record is true : sepulchre. and he knoweth that he saith 2 Then she runneth, and comtrue, that ye might believe. eth to Simon Peter, and to the

36 For these things were other disciple whom Jesus loved, done, that the scripture should and saith unto them, They have be fulfilled, A bone of him shall taken away the Lord out of the not be broken.

sepulchre, and we know not 37 And again another scrip- where they have laid him. ture saith, They shall look on 3 Peter therefore went forth, him whom they pierced. and that other disciple, and

38 1 And after this, Joseph of came to the sepulchre. Arimathea (being a disciple of 4 So they ran both together: Jesus, but secretly for fear of and the other disciple did outrun the Jews) besought Pilate that Peter, and came first to the sehe might take away the body pulchre. of Jesus : and Pilate gave him 5 And he stooping down, and leave. He came therefore and looking in, saw the linen clothes took the body of Jesus. lying; yet went he not in.

39 And there came also 6 Then cometh Simon Peter Nicodemus (which at the first following him, and went into came to Jesus by night) and the sepulchre,and seeth the linen brought a mixture of myrrh and clothes lie; aloes, about a hundred pounds 7 And the napkin that was weight.

about his head, not lying with 40 Then took they the body the linen clothes, but wrapped of Jesus, and wound it in linen together in a place by itself. clothes with the spices, as the 8 Then went in also that othmanner of the Jews is to er disciple which came first to bury.

the sepulchre, and he saw, and 41 Now in the place where believed. he was crucified, there was a 9 For as yet they knew not garden ; and in the garden a the scripture, that he must rise new sepulchre, wherein was again from the dead. never man yet laid.

10 Then the disciples went 42 There laid they Jesus away again unto their own therefore, because of the Jews' home. preparation-day; for the sepul- 11 1 But Mary stood withchre was nigh at hand. lout at the sepulchre weeping :

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