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In the way.
ed, Are there not twelve hours in the Anno Joh. xi.
day? If any man walk in the day, be car: 33.
Stumbleib not, because he seeth the light 1o. of this world. But if a man walk in the
night, he stumbleth, because there is no II. light in bim. These things faid he: and
after that he faith unto them, Our friend
Lazarus sleepeih; but I go that I may a12. wake him out of seep. Then said his
disciples, Lord, if he sleep, he shall 13. do well. Howbeit Jefus fpake of his
death: but they thought that he had 14. spoken of taking of rest in sleep. Then
said Jesus unto them plainly, Lazarus 15. is dead. And I am glad for your sakes
that I was not there (to the intent ye may
believe) nevertheless, let us go .unto 16. him. Then faid Thomas, which is cal.: led Didymus, unto his fellow disciples,
Let is also go, that we may dye with Bethany. 17.
him. Then when Jesus came, he found
that he had lain in the grave four days 18. already. (Now Bethany was nigh un
to Jerusalem, about fifteen furlongs off.) 19. And many of the Jews came to Mar
tha and Mary, to comfort them con20 cerning their Brother. Then Martha,
as soon as the heard that Jesus was com
ing, went and met him : but Mary 21. fat still in the house. Then said Maf
tha unto Jesus, Lord, if thou hadft been 22.here, my brother hat not died. But I
knov, ibat pven now what foever thou
wilt ask of Goit, God will give it thee. 23. Jesus faith unto her, Thy brother shall 34. rise again. Martha faith unto him, I
know that he shall rise again in the re
Bechany. Ætat: 33. furrection at the last day. Jesus said un
25. Joh. Xị, Minist. 4.
to her, I am the resurrection, and the
Bethany. that even this man Mould not have died? Anno
self, cometh to the grave. It was a
faid, Take ye away the stone. Martha,
eth: for he hath been dead four days..
ihat if thou wouldef believe, thou shouldest
way the stone from the place where the
and said, Father, I thank thee that thou
eji me always : but because of the people
by, I said it, that tbey may be.
he thus had spoken, he cried with a loud Bliracle. 44. voice, Lazarus, come forth. And he
that was dead came forch, bound hand
let him go.
Then many of the Jews which came to Mary, and had seen the things which 46. Jesus did, believed on him. But some
of them went their ways to the Phari
fees, and told them what things Jesus 47. had done. Then gathered the chief
Priests and the Pharisees a council, and
faid, What do we ? for this man doth
all men will believe on him; and the
Anno our place and nation... And one of Bethany. #tat: 33: them named Caiaphas, being the high 48.. Job. xi. Minift. 4. priest that same year, said unto them,
To know nothing at all, Nor consider that se.
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Jesus goes to Jerusalem, and foretels
• Mat. XX. 17
ND they were in the way going The way to Je
up to Jerusalem; and Jefus went rusalem. before them, and they were amazed, and 32. · Mar: 8.
as they followed, they were afraid. Mar.x. 37. And he took again * the twelve disci. 17. Mat. xx: Luk. xviii. ples apart in the way, * and began to 31.
tell them what things should happen to • Mat, xx, him, saying, “ Behold, we go up to 33. 13.
Jerusalem, * And all things that are 31. Luk. xviii, is written by the prophets concerning the
32.' Mar. X
Mar. x. 34:
The way to * son of man thall be accomplished. Anno
6* d And the son of man thall be be cat, 33.
ç trayed unto the chief priests, and und Mar.x. 33. Mat, xx.
to the Scribes, and they shall con- Luk. xviii.
19.5; demn him to death, And shall deliver 32, 33. Mar, X.
34.6 him to the Gentiles. *And they shall
And Thall spit upon him, And shall
C. shall rise again, and they understood
they the things which were fpoken.
that one of them might fit at his
kingdom. Jesus reproves
Mar, xx, 20. Then came to the train the mother e Mar.x.3sı
fons *James and John* worshipping him, Mar. XX. 20. and defiring a certain thing of him, Mar, x.
21.* and he said unto her, What wilt thau? 35, 36, ; ajat. XX. 21. 8 * She faith unto hịm, Grant that theses Mar. X.
my two fons may fit, the one on thy 37, 38, 39.
right hand,' and the other on thy left in
faid, ye know not what ye aşk. Are ye