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Christ comforteth his disciples,

ST. JOHN, 14, 15.

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DOMINI i Christ comfortets his disciples with the hope of a because I live, ye shall live also. heten, 6 professeth himself the ruly the truth and the life, and one with the Father : 13 as

20 At that day ye shall know that I :ch. 16. 16 sureth their prayers in his name to be effectual: am in my Father, and ye in me, and a 1 Cor. 15. 15 requesteth bore and obedience, 16 promiseth I in you.

20. the Holy Ghost the Comforter, 27 and leaveth 21 He that hath my commandments, ver. 10. his pence with them. and keepeth them, he it is that loveth

ch. 10, 38. shall be

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26. ca. 16. 22,

in , also in loved of my Father, and I will love him, 23

e ver. 35, 23 9 In my Father's house are many ? man- and will manifest myself to him.

1 John 2.5. sions 2: if it were not 80, I would have 22 d Judas saith unto him, not Iscariot, & 5. 3. beh. 13. 33, told you. B IB go to prepare a place Lord, how is it that thou wilt mani 1 Luke 6. 16. 36. for yon.

fest thyself unto us, and not unto the 3 And if I go and prepare a place for world? e ser, 18, 29 you, I will come again, and receive you 29 Jesus answered and said unto him, Acts 1 il.

unto myself ; that where I am, there ye If a man love me, he will keep my e ver. 15. deb. 12. 26. may be also.

7 words 7: and my Father will love him, 1 lees. 4.

4 And whither I go Bye know, and the S and we will come unto him, and make 1 John 2.
way_ye know B.

our abode with him.
5 Thomas saith unto him, Lord, we 24 He that loveth me not keepeth not

Rev. 3. 20. know not whither thou goest; and how my sayings: and 9the word which ye g ver. 10. febr. 9.8. can we know the way?

hear is not mine, but the Father's which ch. 5. 19, 38. frh. 1. 17. 6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, sent me.

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& K 28 I the truth, and the life : no man

25 These things have I spoken unto you, & 12. 19. h. 1. 4. coineth unto the Father, but 3 by : me.

being yet present with you. ch. 10. 9. 7 If ye Bhad B known me, ye y should

26 But A the 5 Comforter 5, chick is the A ver. 16. ich. 6. 19. have known y my Father also and from Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send Luke 24.10.

in my name, henceforth ye know him, and have seen

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i he shall teach you all keb. 13. 45.

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things, and bring all things to your re

ich. 2. 22. Hebr. 1. 3. 8 Philip saith unto him, Lord, shew us membrance, whatsoever I have said unto

& 12. 16. 1 ver. 20. the Father, and it sufficeth us.


& 16. 13 eh LO, 28. 9 Jesus saith unto him, Have I been so 27 4 Peace I leave with you, my peace I

1 Johu2.20, 17. 21, 23.

long time with you, and yet hast thou give unto you: not as the world giveth, meh, S. 19. not known me, "Philip? he that hath give I unto you. Let not your heart be k Phil. 4. 7.

Col. 3. 15. seen me hath seen the Father; and how troubled, neither let it be afraid.

I ver. 1. sayest thou then, Shew us the Father? 28 Ye have heard how * I said unto you,

m ver. 3, 18. meh. 5. 36.

10 Believest thou not that I am in the I go away, and come again unto you. 10.39.

Father, and the Father in me? the words If ye loved me, ye would B rejoice, beMatt. 21. that I'* speak * unto you * I * speak * not cause BI said B, * I go unto the Father:

#ver. 12

ch. 16. 16. Mark 16.17. of myself: but the Father that dwelleth for yomy Fathery is greater than I.

& 20. 17. Lete 10.17. in me, he doeth B the ß works.

29 And i now I have told you before it

Seo ch. 5. Matt. 7. 7. 11 Believe me that I am in the Father, come to pase, that, when it is come to

18 212 and the Father in me: nor else believe pass, ye might believe.

& 10. 30. Mark 11.24. me for the very works' sake.

30 Hereafter I will not talk much with Luke 11.9

Phil, 2. 6. eh 15.7.16 12. Verily, verily, I say unto yon, He you: 9 for the prince of this world com- p ch. 13. 19. & 16 23, 24 that believeth on me, the works that leth, and hath nothing in me.

& 16. 4. James 1.5. do shall he do also; and grenter works 31 'But that the world may know that ch.12.31. 1 John 3.22.

$ 16. 11. than these shall he do; because I go I love the Father; and 'as the Father

reh. 10. IR. ver. 91, 23. unto ß my Father B. gave me commandment, even so I doo

Phil 3 & ch. 15. 19, 13 P And whatsoever ye shall ask in my Arise, let us go hence.

Hebr. 5. 8. name, that will I do, that the Father

CHAPTER 15. 1 John 5. 3. may be glorified in the Son.

1 The consolation and mutual Lore betrocon Christ reh. 15. 26. 14 If ye shall Bask B any thing in my and his members, under the parable of the vine. & 16.7. Rosa, s. 15, name, I will do it.

18 A comfort in the hatred and persecution of 15 ? ? If ye love me, ß keep B my com the roorld. 28 The office of the Holy Ghost, and .ch. IS. 96. mandments.

of the aportlea. 16. 13. 16 And I will pray the Father, and he 1 Jobs 1.6. shall give you another 5 Comforter S, that the husbandman. (1 Cor. 2.

a Matt. 5. he may Babide ß with you for ever; 2 « Every branch in me that beareth not

13. 17 Eren'the Spirit of truth; "whom the fruit he taketh away: and every branch 1 Joha 2.

bch. 13. 10. world cannot receive, because it seeth that beareth fruit, he purgeth i it, that & 17. 17. Matt. 28. him not, neither knoweth him: but ye it may bring forth more fruit.

Epher.5.26. know him; for he dwelleth with you, 3 26 Now 2 ye are clean 3 through 3 the 1 Pet. 1. 2.). 1 Or, * and B shall be B in you. word which I have spoken unto you.

c Col. 1. 23.

1 John 9 6. apkart. 18 * I will not leave you 6 || comfortless 6 : 4 Abide in me, and I in you. As the

d Hosea 14. Ter. 3, 28. I will come to you.

branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except

I the hihetruenxine, and my Father is

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it abide in the vine; no more can ye, Phil. l. 11. VAR. REND.--Chap. 14. iv. 1. So Ol8.; believe except ye abide in me.

& 4.13. 41. De W. Da, Mcl. W. Me. -2V. 2. i.e. resting 5 I am the vine, ye are the branches : 1 Or,

sercred places or stations W.-_-3 V. 6. Strictly through. He that abidethin me, and I in him,

fror nie, * V. 10. say.... .speak (different words). --SV8. 16, the same bringeth forth much fruit : for

Actu 4.12. B. So Orig. Chrys., Al, Ols.; Advocate (as 1 John 1 || without * me ye can do nothing.

e Matt. 3. 2.1) Tert. Aug., Be. De W. Me. Tho. Mol. Da. Li. W.

6 If a
man abide not in me, • he is

& 7.10. irimilarly in o. 26, and chape. 15, 16); Teacher cast. forth as 5 a 5 branch, and is withered; 'Theod. Mops. - v. 18. orphans.

VAP. READ. - Chap. 14. 1. 2. B So Coorr TA; For VAR. REXD.-7 V. 23. word. - 8V. 28. hare reI (That I Mel.), XABC, Edd. V. 4. B So A C3, joiced. —_9V. 31. So (placing full stop after I do, Lal Mcl.; ye know the way XBC*L, Ai. Ti. Tr.1 and supplying at the beginning of the sentence this is wH. - V.VB So ABCL, Al. La. Tr. Mcl. W11, ; done or the prince of this world cometh) Be. La. have XD*, Ti. y So ACS, Al. La. Tr. Mcl. W.; Ti. Tr. Mol. H.; placing comma after I do, with shall know N D*, Ti. ---V. 10. B So A, La. Mcl.; sense that the world may know.... arise, let us go his own NBD, A1. Ti, Tr. WH. - V. 12. B the Me. - Chap. 15. IV. 2. SO (cleanses) Al. Da. W.; Father X ABD, Edd. — V. 14. B SO A DL, Tr. | prunes Mcl. 2 V. 3. Already. 3 by reason Mel.; ask me RB, Lal Ti. Wi.—-V. 15. B So of. — *V. 5. apart from Al. Me. W.-Sv. 6. AD, Al. La. Mol.; ye will keep (N) BL, Ti. Tr.l the. WH.V. 16. A SOAD, Mel.; be XBL, La. Ti.! VaR. READ.-V. 28. B SO ETA; omit XABD, Edd. TY. WH. - V. 17. B SO XAL, 71. Jel.; is BD*, Y SON* A, La.l; the Father ABD* I., Ti. Tr. Tt. III.

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The parable of the vine.

ST. JOHN, 16.

Promise of the Holy Ghost. Anno and men gather B them B, and cast DOMINI B them into the fire, y and they are r 1 Christ comforteth his disciples against tribala.


DOMINI 3. burned.

tion by the promise of the Holy Glort, and by Aver 7 If ye abide in me, and my words a

his resurrection and uscension 3 assureth their ch. 14. 13, bide in you, B / ye shall ask what ye prayers made in his name to će searptable to will, and it shall be done unto you.

his father. 33 Peace in Christ, and in the 16. 23. 8 • Herein is my Father glorified, that

world apliction. 9 Matt. 5. 16. Phil. 1. 11. Ach. 8. 31.

youthat be offended. Vert 11. & 13. 35.

9 As the Father hath loved me, so have 2 They shall put you out of the syna. ich. 14. 15, I loved you: 6 continue 6 ye in my love. gogues : yea, the time I cometh, that al 21, 23. 10 If ye keep my commandments, ye whosoever killeth you will think that he 1 ch. 16.21. shall abide_in my love; even as I have doeth God 2 service & 17. 13. 1 John 1. 4.

kept my Father's commandments, and 3 And these things will they do punto e

abide in his love. I ch. 13. 34.

you ß, because they have not known the soil 1 Thess. 4.9. 11 These things have I spoken unto you, Father, nor me. 1 Pet. 4.8 that my joy might 8 remain in you, and 4 But these things have I told yon. 11 1 John 3.11. *that your joy might be full.

that when the ß 1 time I shall come, yes 9 & 1.21.

12 'This is my commandment, That ye may remember that I told you of them. It! mch. 10. 11, love one another, as I have loved you. And these things I said not unto you! 15. Rom. 5.7.8.

13 * Greater love hath no man than this, at the beginning, because I was with all Ephes. 5.2 that a man lay down his life for his you. 1 John S. 16. friends.

5 But now 9I go my way to him that - ch. 14. 15, 14 - Ye are my friends, if ye do whatso- sent me; and none of you asketh me, 23.

ever I command you. See Matt.

Whither goest thou? 12. 50.

15 7 Henceforth I call you not 7 ser- 6 But because I have said these things o See Gen, vants; for the servant knoweth not what unto you, . sorrow hath filled your heart

his lord doeth: but I have called you 7 Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It

friends;_. for all things that I have heard is expedient for you that I go away for Acts 20. 27.

ed of my Father I have made known unto if I go not away, the Comforter ell pch. 6. 70.

id: & 13. 18. you.

not come unto you; but if I depart, I TAK 1 John 1.10,

16 P Ye have not chosen me, but I have will send bim unto yon.

chosen you, and 84 ordained you, that 8 And when he is come, he will * Teil 1 9 Mat.28.19.

ye should go and bring forth fruit, and prove the world of sin, and of right. Iples Mark 16.15 Col. 1.6.

that your fruit should remain : that what- eousness, and of judgment:

soever ye shall ask of the Father in my 9 Of sin, because they believe not on rver. 7. ch. 14. 13. name, he may give it you.

me; 1 ver. 12.

17. These things I command you, that 10 m Of_righteousness, because I go to t1 John 3. ye love one another.

B my Father, and ye see me no more ; 1, 13. 18 If the world hate you, 'ye knowo 11 of judgment, because i the prince of 112 wl John 4. that it 10 hated 10 me before it hated you. this world 5 is 5 judged. 5.

19 If ye were of the world, the world 12 I have yet many things to say anto, Luke I sch. 17. 14.

would love his own: but * because ye are you, but ye cannot bear them now. y Mat. 10.24.

not of the world, but I have chosen you 13 Howbeit when he, the Spirit of Luke 6. 40. ch. 13. 16.

out of the world, therefore the world truth, is come, he will guide you Binto B : Ezek. 3.7 hateth you.

all truth: for he shall not speak of him. e Mat. 10.22 20 Remember the word that I said unto self; but whatsoever he shall bear, that

you, yThe servant is not greater than shall he speak: and he will show you ch. 16. 3.

his lord. If they have persecuted me, things to come. b ch.9. 41.

they will also persecute you; if they 14 He shall glorify me: for he shall e Rom. 1. 20. have kept my saying, they will keep receive of mine, and shall 6 shers & into

your's also. | Or, exeure.

you. 21 But all these things will they do 15 All things that the Father hath are di John 2.

unto you for my name's sake, because mine : therefore said I,. that be B shall X. IL they know not him that sent me. take

B of mine, and shali shew 6 it mte & 7. 31. 22 If I had not come and spoken into you. & 9. 32. them, they had not had gin: but now 16 « A little while, and re shall Boots Ps. 35. 19.

they have no cloke for their sin. see me: and again, a little while, and & 69. 4.

234 He that hateth me hateth my Fa- ye shall see me, yw because I go to the sig 9 Luke 84. ther also.

Fathery. 49. ch. 14. 17,

24 If I had not done among them the 17 Then said some of his disciples among 3

works which none other man did, they themselves, What is this that he saitha ni & 16. 7, 13

had not had sin: but now have they unto us, A little while, and ye shall not Acts 2. 33. both seen and hated both me and my see me: and again, a little while,

and ye h 1 John 5.

Father. 6.

shall see me: and, Because I go to the i Luke 24.48.

25 But this cometh to pass, that the word Father
Acts 1.8, might be fulfilled that is written in 18 They said therefore, What is this

their law, I They hated me without a that he saith, A little while ? we cannot

tell what he saith.
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26 9 But when the 11 Comforter 11 is

19 Now Jesus knew that they were de & 5. 32 come, whom I will send unto you from sirous to ask him, and said unto them.

the Father, even the Spirit of truth, Do ye enquire among yourselves of that & 13. 31

which proceedeth from the Father, she I said, A little while, and ye shall not 1 Pet. 5. 1. 2 Pet. 1. 16. shall testify of me:

see me : and again, a little while, and ye k Luke 1. 2.

27 And 12: ye also shall bear witness 22, shall see me? 1 John 1.1, because k ye have been with me from the 20 Verily, verily, I say unto you, That beginning

VAR. REND. - Chap. 16. 17:. 3, 4, 35. bour. VAR. Rend.- 6V. 9. Same Bord as abide. 2 v. 2. Strictly religious service or worship 7 v. 15. no longer do I call you. -8 v. 16. ap- 3 V. 7. See on ch. 14. 16. — * V. & convine pointed Al. De W. - 9 V. 18. know Al. Me. W. Mcl.; convict Da. W. — . ll. bath bees. to hath hated. — 11 v. 26. See on ch. 14. 16. abore. 6 V8. 13, 14, 15. declare Mel W. 12 V. 27. Ye also bear witness Me. De W. Al. Da. VAR. READ.-Chap. 16. V. 8. B Onit AB. En W.; do ye also bear witness Mel.

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The disciples comforted.

ST. JOHN, 17.

Christ prayeth to his Father. Anno ye shall weep and lament, but the world with thine Own

self with the glory Anno DOMINI shall rejoice: and ye shall be sorrowful, which I had with thee before the world DOMINI

but your sorrow shall be turned into joy. was. Isaj. 26. 17. 21 *A woman when she is in travail 6 'I have manifested thy name unto the

k ch.1 1,2. hath sorrow, because her hour is come : men "which thou garest me out of the & 10. 30. but as soon as she is delivered of the world : thine they were, and thou gavest & 14. 9. child, she remembereth no more the an. them me; and they have kept thy word. Phil. 2. 6.

Col. 1.15,17. guish, for joy that a man is born into 7 Now they ? have known *' that all

Heb. 1.3,10. the world.

things whatsoever thou hast given me I ver. 26. 22 y And ye now therefore have sorrow : are of thee.

Ps. 22. 22. : Luke 34. but I will see you again, and 'your heart 8 For I have given into them the words » ver.4,9,11. 41, 59. shall rejoice, and your joy no man *which thou gavest me; and they have

ch. 6.37, 39. e 14. 1,27. Btaketh B from you.

received them, and have known surely

& 10. 29. 20. 20.

& 15. 19. 23 And in that day ye shall ask me that I came out from thee, and they Acts 2. 16.

x ch. 8. 28. & 13. 52. nothing. • Verily, verily, I say unto you, have believed that thou didst send me. & 12, 49. 1 Pet. 1.8. Whatsoever ye shall ask the Father B in 9 I pray for them: 'I pray not for the & 14. 10. Matt. 7. 7. my name, he will give it you ß.

world, but for them which thou hast cha. 14. 13 - Hitherto have ye asked nothing in given me ; for they are thine.

ch 16 27,30 & 15. 16.

my name : ask, and ye shall receive, 10 And 3 all mine 3 are thine, and thine pl John 5. I ch. 15. 11. that your joy may be 7 full 7.

are mine; and I am gloritied in them. 25 These things have I spoken into 11 " And now I am

no. more in the 9 ch. 16. 15.

rch. 13. 1. you in 81 proverbs 8: but the l time 1 world, but these are in the world, and

16. 28. petrabler. cometh, when I shall no more speak un. I como to thee. Holy Father, I keep u1 Pet. 1.3. Or. to you in si proverbs, but I shall shew Bthrough thine own name those whom ß

Jude 1. pretla, you plainly of the Father.

thou hast given me, that they may be 1 ver. 21, &c. 26 At that day ye shall ask in my one, "as we are.

#ch. 10. 30. deh. 14. 21,

name: and I say not unto you, that I 12 While I was with them B in the sch. € 39.
will pray the Father for you:
world ß, I kept them pin thy name :

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Hebr. 2. 13. eb. 3. 13. 27 For the Father himself loveth you, those that thou gavest me I have kepty,

yeh 18.9. $17.6. becanze ye have loved me, and have be- and ynone of them is lost, but the son

1 John 2.19. fch. 13. 3. lieved that I came out from B God B. of perdition ; « that the scripture might ch.6.70. | Or, 28 I came forth from the Father, and be fulfilled.

& 13. 18. perable. am come into the world : again, I leave 13 And now come I to thee; and these a Ps. 109.8. 9 ch. 21. 17. the world, and go to the Father.

things I speak in the world, that they Acts l. 20. A ver. 27.

might have my joy fulfilled in themselves.

hver. 8. ch. 17.

29 His disciples said unto him, Lo, now

speakest thoa plainly, and speakest no 14 I have given them thy word; and i Matt. %.

c ch15 18,19.

1 John 3.13.

the world hath hated them, because they 31. I proverb.

dch. 8. 23. Mars 11.7 30 Now are we stire that thou knowest are not of the world, deven as I am not

Ver. 16. tà 8, 10. all things, and needest not that any man of the world.

e Matt. 6. 13. should ask thee: by this Awe believe that 15 I pray not that thou shouldest take thou camest forth from God.

them out of the world, but that thou 2 Thess.3.3. Ich 9. 31 Jesus answered them, 9 Do ye now shouldest keep them from the + evil. 1 John 5.18 & 14. 19, 11. believe 9?

16 | They are not of the world, even as ver. 14. 32 Behold, the hour cometh, yea, is I am not of the world.

9 ch. 15. 3. ch.14 27. Ro5 .

17.5, Sanctify 5 them through B thy B Snow B come, that ye shall be scattered,

Ephes, 5.26, Ephes 2.14.

every man to his own, and shall leave truth : Athy word is truth.

1 Pet. 1.2 Col. 1. 20. me alone: and 'yet I am not alone, be 18 As thou hast sent me into the world, A. Sain 7.29. uch. 15. 19, cause the Father is with me.

even so have I also sent them into the Pe. 119.142, 83 These things I have spoken unto you, world. 11. 3. 12.

ch. 8. 10. that min me ye might have peace. * In 19 And " for their sakes I 5 sanctify 5 è ch. 14 L.

ich. 20. 21. the world ye B shall have B tribulation : myself, that they also might be s sancti. Ronn 8.37

ki Cor. 1. 2, Iloha 4. 4.

.but be of good cheer; PI have over- fied through the truth $ S. 4. come the world.

20 Neither pray I for these alone, but 1 Thess. 4.7. for them also which B shall ß believe on

Hebr. 10.10. CHAPTER 17. me through their word;

| Or, truly 1 Christ prayeth to his father to glorify him, 6 21 "That they all may be one ; ag athon,

sanctified. to preserve his apostles, 11 in unity. 17 and

I ver. 11, 22, truth, 29 to glorify them, and all other believers Father, art in me, and I in 'thee, that with him in heanen. they also may be Bone B in us : that the

ch. 10. 16.

Rom. 19. 5. HESE words spake Jesus, and lifted world may believe that thou hast sent me. up his eyes to heaven, and said, Fa 22 And the glory which thou gavest me

Acts 15. 9.





Gal. 3. 28.

on ch. 10. 38. a eh. 12. 23. ther, the hour is come; glorify thy Son, I have given them ; "that they may be

& 14.11. that thy Son Balso B may glorify thee: one, even as we are one:

ch. 14. 20. Dan. 7 14. 2) As thou hast giren him power! over

23 I in them, and thou in me, that 1 John 1.3. Watt 11.27. asl flesh, that he should give eternal life they may be made perfect in one ; B and B

that the world may know that thou hast

o Col. 3. 14. ca. 3. 39.

to as many as thou hast given him.

3 And this is life eternal, that they sent me, and hast loved them, as thou p ch. 12. 26. Cor.13.25, B might know B thee the only true God, hast loved me.

1 Thess. 4. and Jesus Christ, s whom thou hast sent. 24 » Father, I will that B they also, whom Phil 2. 10.

17. Hebr. 2. .

491 have gloritied thee on the Bearth:
A I have finished B the work · which thou all things that are mine. V. 15. evil one Al.

VAR. REND.--2 V, 7. know Al. Da. W. 3 V. 10. erer 6, , 24. eh. 6. 37. gavest me to do.

De W. 5 And now, ( Father, glorify thou me

Me. W.-5 V's. 17, 19. consecrate w. dej. 53. 11.

6 V. 17. in.-7 V. 19. in truth. Jet 9. 24. el Cor. 8. 4. 1 Thess. 1. 9. fch. 3. 34. & 5. 36, 37 ko 29, 57. 7. 29. & 10. 36. ll. 42. gch. 13. 31. & 14. 13. A ch.

VAR. READ.-V. 11. B So Da, Vulg. ; keer through 4. 34. 3. 36. & 9. 3. & 19. 30. ich. 14. 31. & 15. 10.

thine own name that which (ie. the lody of be

liecers which) DX, Memph,, Mcl. VAR. Resp.-7 V. 24. fulfilled Mcl. w. - V. 25. (note) ; them in thy name which (ie. the name) Same scord as parable ch. 10. 6. - V. 31. So RABCL, Al. La. Ti. Tr. WH. - V. 12. B So A, De W. Yel. Da. W.; Ye do now believe Al. Me. Mol. (errata) ; omit NBC* DL, La. Ti. Tr. WHI. Chap. 17. IV. 2. anthority Yel. Da. W.

y So AD, Lal; in thy name: that which i.e. the VAR. READ.--V. 22. B SO NACL, Ti. Mcl.; shall body of believers which thou gavest me I have kept take BD*, La1 Tr. WHI- V. 23. B he will give N, Memph. Theb., Jcl. (note; in thy name which it you in my name *BC* L, Edd. (ercept La.) thou gavest me: and guarded them B C* L, Al. V. 27. B SO NA A, Ti. Mcl.; the Father B (* DL, Ti. Tr. WH. -- V. 17. B the N* A B C*, Edd. La. Tr. WH. V. 32. B Omit X A B C*, Edd. V. 20. B So D; omit NABC, Edd. -- V. 21. B So !". 83. B SO D, Vulg., La.; have X ABC, Ti. Tr. A. XAICL, Lal 'Mol.; omit BC* D, Al. Ti. Tr. H. Hel. WH. ---Chap. 17. v. 1. B Omit XABC*, Edd. - V. 28. B Omit B CDL, Edd. - V. 21. B So --1.3. B SO X BC, Al. La. Mol. WII.; know A DL, ACL, La.; that which thou hast given me, they Ti. Tr. - V. 4. B earth, by finishing XABO, Edd. may be XBD, Ti. Ir. Mol. WH.

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Judas betrayeth Christ.

ST. JOHN 18.

He is examined before Caiaphai. Anno thou hast given me, be B with me where out. Then went out that other disciple, Å DOMINI I am ; that they may behold my glory, which was known unto the high priest, DOMINI

which thou hast given me : 9 for thou lov- and spake unto her that kept the door,

edet me before the foundation of the world. and brought in Peter. rch. 15. 21. 25 0 righteous Father, 'the world hath 17 5 Then 5 saith the damsel that kept

not known thee: but I have known thee, the door unto Peter, Art not thou also sch. 7. 29. and 'these have known that thou hast one of this man's disciples: He saith, 1 &55. sent me.

am not. & 10. 15.

26 And I have & declared 8 unto them 18 And the servants and officers stood
thy name, and will declare 8 it: that there, & who had made 8 a fire of coals;

the love xwherewith thou hast loved me for it was cold : and they warmed thench. 15. 15. may be in them, and I in them.

selves : and Peter stood with them, and CHAPTER 18.

warmed himself.

19. The high priest then asked Jesus
1 Judns betraycth Jesus. 6 The oficers sal to the of his disciples, and of his doctrine.
ground. 10 Peter amitati o Walchus' ear. 12
Jexus is taken, and led unto Annus and Caia.

20 Jesus answered him, * I spake openly let
phus. 15 leter'denial. 19 Jesus examined be to the world; I ever taught in the bande at
jore Caiaphas. 28 il is arraignment brefore Pilate. gogue, and in the temple, whither stke
35 His kingdom. 40 The Jews ask Karabbus to Jews always B resort; and in secret bare >
be let loose.

I said nothing. a Matt. 36. WHEN Jesus hod spoken these words: 21 Why askest thon me? ask them which

he went forth with his disciples heard me, what I hare said unto them: Mark 14.32. over the brook B Cedron B, where was behold, they know what I said. Luke 22.30

a garden, into the which he entered, 22 And when he had thus, spoken, one 1 2 San. 15. and his disciples.

of the officers which stood by struck Jer 31 2 And Judas also, which betrayed him, Jesus with the palm of his hand, sare knew the place : for Jesus ofttimes I re- ing, Answerest thou the high priest so? sorted I thither with his disciples.

23 Jesus answered him, If I have so ken! 4 Matt. 26. 3 4 Judas then, having received ? a banda evil, bear witness of the evil: bat if well,

of men and 3 officers 3 from the chief why smitest thou me? Mark 14.43.

priests and Pharisees, cometh thither 2 BP Now Annas had sent 8 himn bound Luke 22. 47. Acts 1. 16.

with lanterns and torches and weapons. unto Caiaphas the high priest.

4 Jesus therefore, knowing all things that 25 And Simon Peter stood and Farmed
should come upon him, went forth, and himself. They said therefore unto him, &*
said unto them, Whom seek ye?

Art not thou also one of his disciples Maritime
5 They answered him, Jesus 4 of Naza- He denied it, and said, I am not.
reth , Jesus saith unto them, I am he. 26 One of the servants of the high
And Judas also, which betrayed him, priest, being his kinsman whose ear Peter
stood with them.

cut off, saith, Did not I see thee in the
6 As soon then as he had said unto garden with him?
them, I am he, they went backward, and 27 Peter then denied again : and im-
fell to the ground.

mediately 'the cock crew,
7 5 Then 5 asked he them again, Whom 99 5. Thens led they Jesus from Csia Lako *
seck ye? And they said, Jesus * of Na- phas unto | the 10 hall of judgment la

and it was early ; "and they themselves. * 8 Jesus answered, I have told you that went not into the judgment hall, let I am he: if therefore ye seek me, let they should be defiled; but that they leer these go their way:

might cat the passorer. 9 That the saying might be fulfilled, 20 Pilate then went out unto them, and ech. 17. 12. which he spake, Of them which thou said, What accusation bring ye against gavest me have I lost none.

this man? tt. 26.

10 55 Thens Simon Peter having a sword 30 They answered and said unto him, If Mark 14.47

drew it, and smote the high priest's ser- he were not a malefactor, we would not Luke 22. 49, vant, and cut off his right ear. The have delivered him up unto thee. servant's name was Malchus.

31 5 Then 5 said Pilate unto them, Take 9 Matt. 20.

11 5 Then 5 said Jesus unto Peter, Put ve him, and judge him according to yoIT

up thy sword into the sheath: 9 the cup law. The Jews therefore said unto him & 26. 39, 42,

which my Father hath given me, shall I It is not lawful for us to put any mai A See Mstt. not drink it?

to death : 12 5 Then the band 6 and the captain 32 - That the saying of Jesus might be... i Luke 3, 9.

and oficers of the Jews took Jesus, and fulfilled, which he spake, signifying what
bound him,

death he should die. Annas sent

13 And Aled him asray to Annas first; 33 5 « Then 5 Pilate entered into the

for he was father in law to Caiaphas, 10 judgment hall 10 again, and called Je Criphery which was the high priest that same year. Isus, and said unto him, Art thoa the the high

14 * Now Caiaphas was he, which gave King of the Jews? pries!

counsel to the Jews, that it was ex 31 Jesus answered him, Sarest thon this! kch. 11. 50. pedient that one man should die for the thing of thyself, or did others tell it I Matt. 26. people:

thee of me? 15 And Simon Peter followed Jesus, 35 Pilate answered. Am I & Jer Thine Mark 14:34 and 80 din another disciple: that disciple own nation and the chief priests base

was known unto the high priest, and delivered thee unto me: what hast thus in Matt. 26.

went in with Jesus into the palace i of done? Mark 14.66. the high priest.

36 Jesus answered, "My kingdom is not Luke 22.54. 16 » But Peter stood at the door with of this world: if my kingdom were of

this world, then 11 would my servant VAR. REND. --8 V. 26. made (make) known. fight, that I shonld not be delivered to Chap. 18. IV. 2. Lit. assembled (as at a place of the Jews : but now is my kingdom na gathering) W.-2 V. 3. the cohort; i.e. a detachment from hence. of the Roman cohort (or perhaps maniple I.) 37 Pilate therefore said unto him, Art stationed in the tower of Antonia Me. W. i.e. from the Jerrish temple-police. Vs. 5, 7. the Naza. VAR. Rexd.- T. 16. having made.-T. rene (contemptuously--not as in ch. 1. 43, &c.) W.

10 V8. 28, 33. Prætorium or governm's 925 5 V8, 7, 10, 11, 12, 17, 25, 31, 33, 10. Therefore (Again (and so in chap. 19. 9). — Il T. S. wual es therefore, &c.) --- 6V. 12. cohort.—_7 V. 15. SO Al. vants have been fighting nom, ci. W.; courtyard De It, Ve.

READ. - V. 20. So Co D; all the VAR. READ.-(hap. 18. V. 1. B So A, La. Jcl., XABC* L, Edd. --V. 24. B Annas theretre Cecirns (or of the cedar) * D, OL. Memph. Theb., B('*LA, La. Ti. Tr.! WH.'; and Anna Ti, W11.2; of the cedars #BCL, Al. Tr.1 WH.1 Annas sent A C D *pp, Tr. Vel.




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Christ is scourged.

ST. JOHN, 19.

His crucifixion and death.

Luke 23. 94.





Mark 15.15.

ver. 6.

man !


Anno thou a king then? Jesus answered, Thon 15 But they cried out, Away with him, Anno DOMINI sayest that I am a king. To this end away with him, crucify him. Pilate saith DOMINI

33. 12 was I born, and for this cause came unto them, Shall I crucify, your King ? 1!2 into the world, that I should bear The chief priests answered, We have no 1 Gen. 19. witness unto the truth. Every one that king but Cæsar.

20. ech. 8. 47 « is of the truth heareth my voice.

16 Then delivered he him therefore * Matt. 27. 1 Joba 3.19. 39 Pilate baith unto him, What is truth ? unto them to be crucified. And they

26, 31.

Mark 15.15. And when he had said this, he went ont * tookJesus, B and led him away B. * Matt. 27. again unto the Jews, and saith into 17" And he bearing bis

o went Luke 23. 4. them, I find in him no fanlt at all. forth into a place called the place of a

Matt. 37.

31, 33 eh. 19. 4, 6. 89 But ye have a custom, that I should skull, which is called in the Hebrew

Mark 15-21, • Matt. 27. release unto you one at the passover : Golgotha :

will ye therefore that I release unto you 18 Where they crucified him, and two Luke 23. 26, Mark 15,6 Laske 23. 17. the King of the Jews ?


other with him, on either side one, and d Acts 3. 14. 40 5d Then S cried they all again, saying, Jesus in the midst.

o Num. 15. Lake 23. Not this man, but Barabbas. Now Bo 19 {P And Pilate wrote a title, and put

Hebr. 13.12. rabbas was a robber. it on the cross. And the writing was,

p Matt. 27. CHAPTER 19.


Mark 15 26. 1 Christ is scourged, crowned with thorns, and 20 This title then read many of the

Luke 23.38. beaten. 4 Pilate is desirous to release him, bul Jews : for the place where Jesus was cruci. delivered him to be crucified. 23 They cast lots fied was nigh to the city: and it was Jor his garments. He commendoth his mother written in Hebrew, and B Greek, and to Joim. 28 He dieth, 31 His side is pierced. 38 Latin ß. He is buried by Joseph and Vicodemus.

21 1 Then l said the chief priests of the Matt. 20.

e Pilate therefore took Jesus, and Jews to Pilate, Write not, The King of 19. scourged him.

the Jews; but that he said, I am Ring 2 And the soldiers platted a crown of of the Jews. Lake 18. 33. thorns, and put it on his head, and they 22 Pilate answered, What I have written put on him a purple robe,

I have written. 3 B And said B, Hail, King of the Jews! 23 1 14 Then the soldiers, when they Matt

. 27. and they smote him with their hands. had crucified Jesus, took his' 5 garments 5,

Mark 15 24. 4 B Pilate therefore B went forth again, and made four parts, to every soldier & Luke 23. 34.

and saith unto them, Behold, I bring part; and also his coat 6. now the coat b ch. 18. 38. him forth to you, that ye may know was without seam, I woven from the top 10r, that I find no fault in him. throughout.

toroughl. 5 Then came Jesus forth, wearing the 24 They said therefore among themcrown of thorns, and the purple robe. selves, Let us not rend it, but cast lots And Pilate saith unto them, Behold the for it, whose it shall be : that the scrip

ture might be fulfilled, B which saith B, e Acta 3. 13. 6 When the chief priests therefore and 'They parted my 7 raiment 7 among them, * Ps. 22. 18.

officers saw him, they cried out, saying, and for my vesture they did cast lots.
Crucify him, crucify him. Pilate saith un. These things therefore the soldiers did.
to thema, Take ye him, and crucify him: 25 Now there stood by the cross of Matt. 27.
for I find no fault in him.

Jesus his mother, and his mother's sis. lev, 24. 7 The Jews answered him, We have a

Mark 15.40. ter, Mary the wife of BI Cleophas B, Luke 23. 49. law, and by Bourß law he ought to die, and Mary Magdalene.

1 Or, because he made himself the Son of God. 26 When Jesus therefore saw his mother, Clopas. ch. S. 18.

8. When Pilate therefore heard that and the disciple standing by, whom he ? Luke 24. & 19. 33. raying, he was the more afraid

loved, he saith unto his mother, *Wo9 And went again into the judgment man, behold thy son !

x ch. 13. 23. hall, and saith unto Jesus, Whence art 27 Then saith he to the disciple, Behold

& 21.7, 20, / Isi 53.7. thon? But Jesus gave him no answer. thy mother! And from that hour that Matt I., 10 1 Then saith Pilate unto him, Speak: disciple took her yunto his own home. x ch. 2. 4. eat thou not unto me? knowest thou not 28 ^ After this, Jesus knowing that all

y ch. 1. 11. that I have power to crucify thee, and things were now accomplished, that have power to release thee?

the scripture might be fulfilled, saith, I = Ps. 09. 21. Lake 22 11 Jesus answered, 9 Thou ßcouldest hareß thirst.

no power at all against me, except it 29 Now there was set & vessel full of ch. 7. 30.


& 20. 2

& 16. 33.


were given thee from above: therefore he vinegar: B and a they filled a spunge with a Matt. 27. that delivered me unto thee hath the vinegar, and put it upon hyssop B, and

49. greater sin.

put it to his mouth. 12 And from thenceforth Pilate sought 30 When Jesus therefore had received to release him: but the Jews cried out, the vinegar, he said, It is finished : and 1 ch. 17. 4. saying, “ If thou let this man go, thou he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost.

art not Cæsar's friend: whosoever mak 31 The Jews therefore, because it was 1 Acts 17. 7. eth himself & king speaketh against the preparation, that the bodies should

Mark 15.12. Cæsar.

not remain upon the cross on the sab. d Deut. 2). 13 ! When Pilate therefore heard B that bath day, (for that sabbath day was an saying B, he brought Jesus forth, and sat high day) besought Pilate that their legs down in the judgment seat in a place might be broken, and that they might be that is called the Pavement, but in the taken away. Hebrew, Gabbatha.

32 1 Then came the soldiers, and brake * Matt. 27.

14 And it was the preparation of the the legs of the first, and of the other
passover, and about 'the sixth hour :: which was crucified with him.
and he saith into the Jews, Behold your

VAR. REND.--V. 16. SO Al. Mel. Da. ; received

Me. W. - 5 V, 23. 1.e. the outer dress. L6 i.e. the VAR. REND.-12 P. 37. have I been born .... am inner tunic.—7V. 24. Same word as garments aboce. I come. -Chap. 19. 1 Vs. 5, 10, 21, 23, 32. there 8 V. 25. i.e. Salome (Mark 15. 10) Me. Al. W.; fore (Jesus therefore came, &c.). -* V. 14. So Me. i.e. Mary nert mentioned Mcl. —' v. 28. are now De W. Wi. Da. W.; Passover Friday Mcl. Wieseler. finished (same word as It is finished in 0. 30) W. .e. noon Me.; ie. 6 a.m. Mol. Wo. W.

VAR. READ.-V. 16. B So A ; and led him DPP A, VAR. READ.--Chap. 19. V. 3. B SO AD); And came Mcl.; omit B L, Al. La. Ti. Tr. WH.-V. 20. B So to him and said NBL, Edd. - V. 4. B So E; And A Drupp La. Mel.; Latin and Greek NBL, Ti. Tr. Pilate A BL, la. Tr. Mcl. WII.; Pilate x Dupp. - WH. V. 24. B Omit X B, La. Ti, WH.-V. 25. B 1. 7. B So A; the NB Drupp L, Edd. V. 11. B So 18 margin all editors. - V. 29. B so they put a Bra, Al. La Tr. Mel. WH. hast N A DexpP., Ti. spunge full of vinegar upon hyssop X B L, Edd. -V. 13. B these sayings NAB L, Edd.

(WH. rote corruption in the last words.)

Lake 23.

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