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Remorse of Judas.
In prestice of Pilde 74. Then began Wu lo curse and to wag wont to release unto the people sa swear, saying, lanow not the mau. prisoner, whom they would. And immediately the cock crew. 16 And they had then a notable
75 And Peter remembered uie word prisoner, called Barabbits. of Jesus, which said unto him, Belore 17 Tberefore, when they were gath. the cock crow, thou shalt deny me cred together, Pilate said unto then, thrice. And he went out, und wept Whou will ge that I release unto you? bitterly.
Buabbas, or Jesus which is called CHAP. XXVII.
HEN the morning was come, 18 For he knew that for envy tiey
all the chief priests and elders had delivered hiin. of the people took counsel against. 19 When he was set down on the Jesus to put bin to death,
judginent-seat, his witc sent untoliiir, 2 Aod wheo they had bound him, saying, Have diou nothing to do with they led him away, and delivered luni that just man: for I have sullered to Pontius Pilate the gorernor. many things this day in a dream be
31 Tben Judas, wlich had betrayed cituse of him. him, when he saw that he wils 20 But the chief priests and elders demned, repented himsell, and brought persnaded the multitude that Wiey again the thirty pieces of silver to the should ask Barabbas, and destroy chief priests and elders,
4 Saying, I bare sinned in that 1 21 The governor answered and said diave betrayed the innocent blood. unto them, Whether of the twair And uicy said, What is that to us ? will ge that I releasc unto you? They Bee thou 'o that.
said, Barabbas. 5 And he cast down tle pieces of 22 Pijate saith into them, What shall silver in the temple, and departed, I do wien with Jesus which is called and went and lianged bivseli. Clorist? They all say unto him, Let
6 And the chief priests took the sil-hin be crucified. ter pieces, and said, it is not lawlul 23 And the governor said, Why? for to put i.diem into the treasury, be- what evil bath be done? But they Causc it is the price of blood. crieel out the more, silying, Lei bini
? And they took counsel, and bought be crucified. Will then the porter's field, to bury 24 When Pilate saw that lie could strangers in.
prevail nothing, but thut rather a lu8 Wherefore that field was called, inult was made, be took water, and The field of blood, unto this day. waslied his hands before the inultitude,
9 Then was lulklled that which was saying, 1 an innocent of the blood of opoken by Jeremy the propliet, suy this just person; see venit. ing, And they took the thirty pieces 26 The answereri all the people. of silver, the price of him that was and said, His blood be on us, valued, whoin they of the children of our children. Israel did value;
26 TT T'len release the Barabbas into 10 And gave tlien for the potter's them: and wird he had scourged JeSield, as the Lord appointed me. sus, he delivered him to be crucified.
11 | And Jesus stood before the 27 Then the soldiers of the governor governor: and the governor asked wok Jesus into the common hall,and lim, saying, Art thou the King of the gathered unto him the whole bind of Jcws? And Jesus said unto him, Thou soldier's. gajest
28 And they stripped him, and put 12 And when he was accused of thic on lini a scarlet robe. chief priests and elders, he answered 29 | And when they bad plalted a nothing.
Crown of Hiorus, they put it upon lus 13 Theo maith Pilate unto him, Hear-head, and a reed in bis riglit land: ent thou not how inny things they and they bowed the knce before him, wilneas ngainst thee?
and mocked liv, sayiny, Hail, King 1 And he answered him to never a of the Jews! word; insoinuch that the governor 30 And they spit upon him, and marvellou greatly.
took the reed, and smie bim on the T 15 Vow at that least the governor Jucad,
Crucifixion of Jesus. CHAP. XXVII.
His buri. 31 And after that they had mocked vinegar, and put it op a reed, and biin, they took the role of liom lim, gave him to druk. and put bis own raiment on him, and 49 The rest said, Let be, let us see led him away to crucify him.
whetlier Elias will come to save bini. 32 And as they came out, they found 30 1 Jcsus, when he bad cried again a man of Cyrene, Simon by namc: with a loud voice, yielded up the ain they compelled to bear his cross. ghost.
33 1 And when they were come unto 51 And, behold, the veil of the tem a place called Golgotha, that is to say, ple was rent in twain liom the top to A place of a scull,
the bottom; and the earth did quake. 34 They gave him vinegar to drink and the rocks rent: Iningled with gall: and when he had 52 And the graves were opened; and tasted thereof he would not drink. many bodies of the saints which slept
35 And they crucified him, and paut- arose, ed his garments, casting lots: that it 53 And cane out of the graves aller might be fulfilled which was spoken his resurrection, and went into the by the prophet, They parted my gar- holy city, and appeared unto many. ments among them, and upon iny 64 Now, when the centurion, and vesture did they cast lota.
they that were with him watching 36 And, sitting down, they watched Jesus, saw the earthquake, and those him there;
things that were done, they searcd 37 And set up over his head his accu-grcatly, saying, Truly this was the sation written, THIS IS JESUS THE Son or God. KING OF THE JEWS.
55 And ipany' komen were there, 38 Then were there two thieves crul. beliolding afar all, wluch followed cilied with him; one on the right Jesus liom Guilec, ministering unto Lund, and another on the left.
bini; 39 1 And they that passed by reviled 56 Among which was Mary Magda him, wagging their heads,
lene, and Mary die mother of James 10 And saying, Tlou that destroyest and Joses, and the mother of Zcbe tle temple, and buildcst it in three dee's children. dilys, save thysell. If thou be the 57 | When the even was come, there Son of God, come down from thc camc a rich man of Arimathea, nanied
Josephi, wlio also himself was Jesus' 11 Likewise also the chief priests, disciple: mocking him, with the scribes and 68 He went to Pilate, and begged the elders, said,
bocly of Jesus. Then Pilatc conimand12 HIe saved others, liimself he caned the body to be delivered. not savc. If he be the King of Israel, 59 And when Joseph had taken the let him now come down from the body, he wrapped it in a clean linen cross, and we will believe luim.
cloth, -13 He trusted in God; let himn deliv- 60 And laid it in bis own new tomb, er him now, if he will have him: for which he liad hewn out in the lock: he said, I am the Son of God. and he rolled a grcat stone to the door
44 The thieves also, which were of the gepulchre, and departed. crucified with liim, cast the same in 61 And there wils Mary NIagdalene, his teeth.
und the other Mary, sitting over against 45 Now, from the sixth hour there the sepulchre. was darkness over all the land unto 62 T Now the next day, that follow. the ninth hour.
ed the day of the preparation, the 46 And about the ninth hour, Jesus chief priests and Pharieces came tocricd with a loud voice, saying, Eli, gether unto Pilate, Eli, lama sabachthani ? ibat is to say, 63 Saying, Sir, we remember that My God, iny God, why last thou for- tiat deceiver said, while he was yet enken me?
alive, Alter three days I will rise 47 Some of them that stood there, again. when they heard that, said, This nur 6+ Command therclore that the sep. calleth (or Elias,
ulchre be niade sure until Wie third 48 And straightway one of thein ru, day, leat his disciples come by night, and look a spunge, and filled it with and steal liim away, and say unto the
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S. NARK. The Gospel Cominios ). people, He is risen froin the dead: sojing, Allail. And they caine and held flic last error shall be worse than the lin by the leet, and worshipped him. first,
10 Then said Jesus unto them, Be 65 Pilate said unto them, Ye have a not afraid: go tell ny brethren that watch; go your wily, make it as sure they go into Galilee, sd there slial! 19 ye call
they see ipe. 66 So they went, and made the sep 11 T Now, when they were going. ulchre sure, sealing the stone, and set behold, some of the watcb came into iing å watch.
the city, and showed unto the chief CHAP. XXVIII.
priests all the things that were done. N
to dawn toward the first day of the with the elders, and had taken counweek, come Mary Maydalene, and sel, they gave large money unto the the other Mary, to see the sepulchre. soldiers,
2 And, behold, there was a great 13 Saying, Say ye, His disciples came tarthquake: for the angel of the Lord by niglit, and stole hun away while descended from heaven, and came we slept, and rolled back thc stone froin the 14 And if this come to the governor's door, and sat upon it.
ears, we will persuade him, and se3 His countenance was like light cure you. ning, and his raiment white as snow:
15 So they took the money, and did 4 And for fear of him the keepers as they were taught: and this saying did shake, and became as dead men. Jis commonly reported among the Jews
5 And the angel answered and said until this day. into the women, Fear not ye: for 1 16 | Then the eleven disciples went know that ye scek Jesus, which was away into Galilee, into a mountain crucilied.
where Jesus had appointed them. 6 He is not liere; for le is rigen, no 17 And wben they saw him, they he said. Come, see the place where worshipped him: but soine doubled. die Lord lay:
18 1 And Jesus came and spake unto 7 And go quickly, and tell his dis- them, saying, All power is given unto ciples that lie is risen froin the dead; Ime in bearen and in earth. and, behold, he goeth before you into 19 Go ye therefore, and teach all na Galilee; there alall ye see him: lo, I tions, baptizing them in the naine of have told you.
the Father, and of the Son, and of lic 8 And tlicy departed quickly from Holy Ghost the sepulchre with sear and great joy, 20 Teaching them to observe all ind did run to bring liis disciples word. things whatsoever I have commanded
9 TT And as they went to tell his dis- you; and, lo, I ain with you always, ciples, bebold, Jesus met them, say-leven unto the end of the world. Amen.
1 The GOSPEL according to St. MARK.
salem, and were all baptized of hirr
in the river of Jordan,confessing their TI THE beginning of the gospel of sins.
Jesus Christ, lbe Son of God; 6 and John was clothed with camelo 2 As it is written in the prophets, hair, and with a girdle of a skin about Bebold, I send my messenger before his loins; and le did eat locusts and thy face, wbich shall prepare thy way wild honey; before thee.
7 And preached, saying, There com. 3 The voice of one crying in the wil. eth one mightier than I after me, the derness, Prepare ye the way of the latchet of whose shoes I am not wor Lord, make bis paths straight. thy to stoop down and unloose.
4 John did baptize in the wilderness, 8 I indeed hare baptized you with and preach the baptism of repentance watcr; but be shall baptize you with for the remission or sing,
the Holy Ghost. 5 And there went out unto him all 91 And it came to pass in those days, le laid or Judea, and they of Jerue that Jesus came from Nazarcih or
Ifis carly miracles. Galilce, and was baptized of Joba in much that they questioned among Jordan.
Uiemselves, saying, What diing is this? 10 And straiglıtway coming up out of what new doctrine is this? for with the water, he saw the leavens opened, authority commandech he even the and the Spirit, like a dove, descending unclean spirits, and they do obey him.
29 And immediately his fame spread il And there came a voice from bea- abroad tirouylıout all the region round ven, saying, Thou art my beloved about Galilee. Son, in whom I am well pleased. 29 And forthwith, when they were
12'T And immediately the Spirit come out of the synagogue, they enterdrivetla him into the wilderness. ed into the house of Simion and an.
13 And lie was there in the wilder-drew, with Jaines and John. ness forty days tempted or Satan; and 30 But Simon's wise's riutlier lay wils with the wild beasts: and the sick of a sever; and anon they tell ingels ininistered unto him.
himn of her. J- Now, aller that Jolm was put in 31 And lie caine and took lier by the prison, Jesus came into Galilee,preach-hand, and listed her up; and inuinedi. ing the gospel of the kingdom of God. ately the fever left her, and suc min.
15 And saying, The tine is fulfilled, istered unto thein. and tlie kingdom of God is at hand: | 32 | And at ever, wlicn the fun did repeut ye, and believe the gospel. set, they brought unto him alina
16 || Now, as he walked by the sea of were diseased, and them that were Gillilee, lie saw Simon, and Andrew possessed with devils. nis brother, casting a net into the sca: 3:3 And all the city was gathered tofor they were fishers:
getller at the door, 17 And Jesus said unto them, Conic 34 And lie liraled many that were pe aster me, and I will make you to sick or divers discases, and cast out become fishers of incn.
many devils; ad sullered not the 18 And straightway they forsook their devils to speak, because they kuew nets, and followed liin.
lini. 19 And when he had gone a little 35 And in the morning, rising up a finther thence, hie enw James the son great while before day, lie went out, of Zebedee, and John his brother, who and departed into asolitary plice, and also were in the ship mending their there prayed.
36 And Simon, and they that were 20 and straightway be called thein : with him, followed alter him. and they lest their father Zebeure in 37 And when they bad found liin, the slip with the hired servants, and they said unto hiin, All mon seek for weut after him.
thee. 21 And they went into Capernaum; 38 And he said unto them, Let us go und straightway on the sabbath-day he into the next towns, that I may preach entered into the synagogue, and taught there also: for tlierefore came i forth.
22 And they were astonished at bis 39 And he preacbed in their synadoctrine: for, he taught them 28 one gogues throughout al Galilee, and casu that had authority, and not as the out devils. scribes.
40 | And there camc a lcper to hun, 23 | And there was in thieir syna-beseeching, him, and kneeling down gogue a man with cu unclean spirit; to him, and saying unto him, Il llou und he cried out,
wilt, thou canst make me clean. 24 Saying, Let us alone; what have 41 'And Jesus, moved with compas. we to do with tbee, thou Jesus of Naz- sion, put forth his liand, and touched arcth ? art thou come to destroy us? him, and saith unto hiin, I will; be I know thee who thou art, the Holy thou clean. One of God.
12 And as soon as lie had spoken, 25 And Jesus rebuked him, saying, immediately the leprosy departed from Hold thy peace, and come out of him. him, and he was cleansed.
26 And when the unclean spirit liad 43 Andhiestraightly charged liin, and toru liin, and cried with a loud voice, forthwith sent lum away; he came out of him.
Hand suith unto him, Scc thou sily 27 And Liey were cul amazed, insoInothing to any man: but go tby way
Sinner's nood a Saviour. sllow thyself to the priest, and offer sea-side; and all the multitude resortfor thy cleansing those things which ed unto him, and be taught them, Noses commanded, for a testimony 1.4 And as be passed by, he saw Levi to them.
the son of Alpheus sitting at the re 45 But he went out, and began to ceipt of custom, and said unto lum, publish it couch, and to blaze abroad Follow me. And he arose and fol. the matter, insomuch that Jesus could lowed him, 110 more openly enter into the city, 15 T And it came to pass, that, as but was without in descrt places: anuj Jesus sat at meat in his house, many they came to him from every quarter.publicans and sinners sat also together
with Jesus and his disciples: for there CHAP. II.
were many, and they followed him, AMD
ND again he entered into Caper. 16 And when the scribes and Phari
naun arter some days; and it was ees saw him eat with pu!licans and noised tliat lie was in the house. sinners, they said unto his disciples,
2 And straightway many were gath- How is it that be eateth and drinketli ered together, insomuch that there was with publicans and sinners? no room to receive them, no, not so 17 When Jesus lieard it, be saith much as about the door: and he unto them, They that are whole liare preached the word unto them. no need of the physician, but they that
31 And they come unto him, bring. are sick: I came not to call the righting one sick of the palsy, wbich was eous, but sinners to repentance. borne of four.
18 And the disciples of John and or 4 And when they could not come we Pharisees used to sast; and they nigh unto hin for the press, they un-coine and say unto him, Why do the covered tie roof where he was: and disciples of John and of the Pharisees When they had broken it up, they let last, but thy disciples last not? down the bed wherein the sick of the 19 And Jesus said unto tiem, Carr palsy lay.
the cliildren of the bride-chainber last 5 When Jesus saw their faith, lie said while the bridegroom is with them? onto the sick of the palsy, Son, thy As long as they have the bridegrooni eins be forgiven tlice.
with them, they cannot last. 6 But there werc certain of the 20 But tlie days will come, when the scribes sitting there, and reasoning in bridegroom shall be taken away from their liearts,
them, and then shall they last in those 7 Why doth this man thug speak days. blasphemies? who can forgive sins 21 No man also sewett a piece of new but God only?
cloth on an old garment; else lle nely 8 And immediately when Jesus per- picce that olled it up takethaway from ceived in his spirit that they so rea- the old, and the rent is made worse. foned within themselvcs, he said unto 22 And no man putleth new wine them, Why reason ye these things in into old bottles; else the new wine
doth burst the bottles, and the wine is 9 Whether is it easier to say to the spilled, and the bottles will be marred: sick of the palsy, Thy sina br. forgiven but new wine must be put into new thee? or to say, Arise, and take up thy bottles. bed, and walk?
23 | And it cane to pass, llat he 10 But that ye may know that the went through the corn-lields on the Son of man liath power on cartu to abbath-day; and his disciples began, forgive sins, (lie saith to the sick of as they went, to pluck the cars of corn. the palgy,)
21 And the Pliarisecs said unto liin, 11 1 say unto thee, Arise, and lake Behold, wly do they on the sabbathi: up thay bed, and go thy way into this day that which is not lawful ? house.
25 And he said unto them, Hare ye 12 And immediately be arose, took never read what Darid did, when be up th: bed, and went forth before had need, and was a hungered, lie, them all; insomuch that they were and they that were with him? all amazed, and glorified God, saying, ) 26 How he went into the house of Ne never saw it on this fashion.
Gou, in the days of Abialiar the bigli 13 T And he went forth again by the priest, and did eat the slow-bread,
your liearts ?