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* Jesus therefore knowing all things Anno ... Joh. xviii, 4. that Thould come upon him, went forth,
Ærat. 33. and said unto them, Whom seek ye? 5. They answered him, Fesus of Nazareth.
Jesus faith unto them, I am he. And Judas also which betrayed him, stood 6. with them. As soon then as he had
said unto them, I am be, they went
backward, and fell to the ground. 7. Then asked he them again, Whom seek
ye? And they said, Felus of Naza8.reth. Jesus answered, I have told you
that I am be. If therefore ye seek me,
might be fulfilled which he spake, Of
9 Then the band and the captain Mat.xxvi,
and officers of the Jews took Jesus, and 50. Luk. xxii. 49. bound him. * When they which were
Mar.xiv.46. about him, saw what would follow,
they said unto him, Lord, Mall we smite Joh. xviii. 10. with the sword. *. Then Simon Peter - Mat.xxvi. Mat. xxvi. 51. having a sword, * stretched forth his 51. hand, and drew his sword, and stroke Mar.xiv.47
Luk. xxii. Joh. xviii. 10. a servant of the high Priest, * and cut
off his right ear, the servants name was Joh. xviii.
II. Malchus. Then said Jesus unto Peter, 1o. Mat. xxvi. 52. Put up thy sword into the sheath, * for Mat.xxvi.
all they that take the sword, Mall peris Luk. xxii. 53. with the sword. Thinkest thou 'that 14
cannot now pray to my Father, and be
Mall presently give me more than twelve 54. legions of angels? But how then Mall
the scriptures be fulfilled, that thus it Joh. xviii. ? 1. must be. * The * The cup which my Father
Anno haah given me ; shall I not drink it? Garden.
Minist. 4. him.
c. Mat.xxvi. Then Jesus said unto the chief Priests 52.
ye come out as against a thief, with
« swords and staves * for to take me? 55. Mat. xxvi. Mar. xiv. “ . I fat daily with you teaching in the 49. temple, and
laid no hold on me. Luk. xxiioce * But this is your hour, and the 53. Luk. xxii. 53: Mar. xiv.
power of darkness. * But all this 56. Mat. xxvi. 49, 50. was done, that the scriptures of the
“ Prophets might be fulfilled.
Then all the disciples forsook him and fled. * And there followed him a 51. Mar. xiv. certain young man, having a linen cloth cast about his naked body; and the young men laid hold on him. And 52. he left the linen cloth and fied from them naked.
* And they led [Fesus] away to An-13. John xviii. nas first, (for he was father in law to Jerusalem. Caiaphas, which was the high Priest that same year.) Now Caiaphas was he 14. which gave counsel to the Jews, that it was expedient that one man should die
for the people. (Now Annas had fent 24. f Mar. xiv. him bound untoCaiaphas the high Priest.) 53. ** And they that had
laid hold on Je- 57. Mat. xxvi. Lük. Xxii.
sus, led him away to Caiaphas the high 54 * Mat.sxvi. Priest, *8 and with him were assembled
53. Mar. xiv. 57
all the chief Priests, and Elders, and h Mat.xxvi. the Scribes. 58.
* " And Simon Peter followed Jesus s 15 Joh.xviii. Marxiv. 14* a far off, * and fo did another disciples imatxxvi
that 15. Joh. xviii
High Priest's that was known unto the ghigh Priest, Anno: Palace. and went in with Jesus into the palace Minift? John xviii. 16.
. 4 of the high Priest. But Peter stood at the door without. Then went out that other disciple which was known unto the high Priest, and spake to her that
kept the door, and brought in Peter. Luk. xxii. 55. * i And when they had kindled a fire in ' Mat. xxvi. the midst of the hall, and were set
Mar.xiv.54. down together, Peter sat down among Mat. xxvi. 58. them * to see the end. Mar. xiv. 66. ** And as Peter was beneath in the Mat.xxvi.
palace, there cometh one of the maids 69.
67. of the high Priest. And when she saw - Luk.xxii. Luk. xxii. 56. Peter warming himself, she * earnestly 56.
. John xviii. 17. looked upon him. * Then faith the
damfel that kept the door unto Peter, Mar. xiv. 67. * . And thou also wast with fefus of Mar.xxvi. 68. Nazareth. But he denied, saying, 10970.
Luk. xxii. know not, neither understand I what thou, Luk.xxii.57-3 sayest, * I know him not
I know him not. * And he Joh. xviii. Mar. xiv.68.
went out into the porch; and the cock 17. Joh. xviii. 18.crew. * And the servants and officers
stood there, who had made a fire of
ed themselves : and Peter stood with Mar. xiv. Mat. xxvi. 71. them, and warmed himself. *d And 69;
Luke xxii. when he was gone out into the porch,
59. another maid saw him, and said unto é Mar. xiv.
them that were there, This fellow was 70, Joh.xviii. 25. also with Fefus of Nazareth. * And Luke xxii.
58. [as] Simon Peter stood and warmed
John xviii. himself: they said unto him, Art thou 25. Mat. xxvi. 72. also one of his disciples? *And again "Mat.xxvi.
he denied with an oath, I do not know 73: Luk. xxii . 39. the man, *? And about the space of Luke, xxji.
b But he be-71.
Mar.xiv.72• * twice, thou shalt deny me thrice, 72. Mark xiv.
one hour after * one of the servants of High Priest's Ætat: 33. the high Priest (being his kinsman , 26. John xviii. Minift. 4. whole ear Peter had cut off) faith,
* Of a truth this fellow also was with 59. Luke xxii. him. * Did not I see thee in the garden 26. John xviii.
with him? * for thou art a Galilean, and 70. Mark xiv. Matxxvi. thy Speech agreeth thereto. 74. gan to curse and to swear, saying, I know Luk. xxii. not this man of whom ye speak. *c And 60. Luke xxii. Joh. xviii.
immediately while he yet spake the 27.
cock crew. And the Lord turned, and 61. Mar.xiv.72. looked upon Peter ; and Peter remem.
Mat.xxvi. bred the word of the Lord, how he had 75.
said unto him, Before the cock crow Luk. xxii.
* And Peter went out, and wept bit- 62. Luke xxii. terly
* The high Priest then asked Jesus of 19. Johnxviii. his disciples, and of his doctrine. Je- 20. sus answered him, “I spake openly to " the world, I ever taught in the sy
nagogue, and in the temple, whither " the Jews always resort, and in secret “ have I said nothing. Why askest 21. " thou me? ask them which heard me, “ what I have said unto them: behold, " they know what I said. And when 22. John xviii. he had thus spoken, one of the officers which stood by, stroke Jesus with the palm of his hand, saying, Answerest ihou the high Priest so? Jesus answered him, If I have spoken evil, bear witness of the evil; but if well, why smitest
thou me ? d Mar. xiv.
*d Now the chief Priests and Elders, 59. Mat. xxvi. $5. and all the council fought false witness
High Priest's against Jesus to put him to death, But Anno
found none: yea, though many false Æcat. 33. Mark xiv. 56.
witnesses came. * For many bare false
witness against him, but their witness
we heard him say, I will destroy this
within three days I will build another
made without bands. But neither so did
and Elders in council examine
Jesus, who owns his being the
, Luk. xxvi. 66.
Elders of the people, and the chief Priests and the Scribes came to
gether, and led him into their council, Mar. xiv. 60.* a And the high Priest stood up in the Mat.xxvi.
midst, and asked Jesus, saying, An- 62, 63.
Swerest thou nothing? what is it which 61. these witness against thee? But he held
his peace, and answered nothing. [And Luk. xxii. 67. they went on examining] * saying, Art
thou the Christ? tell us. And he said
unto them, if I tell you, you will not
68. believe. And if I also ask you, you will Mat. xxvi. 63, not answer me, nor let me go. the high Priest answered and said unto 62.
** And Maf. xiv.