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JOHN XVIII. And immediately, while he swered him ; I spake openly

yet spake, the cock crew. to the world ; I ever taught 61 And the Lord turned, and in the synagogue, and in the

looked upon Peter; and temple, whither all the Jews Peter remembered the word resort, and in secret have I of the Lord, how he had 21 said nothing; why askest said unto him; Before the thou me? ask them which

cock crow, thou shalt deny heard me, what I have said 62 me thrice. And he went out, unto them; behold, they and wept bitterly.

22 know what I said. And And the men that held when he had thus spoken, Jesus, mocked him, and one of the officers which 64 smóte him; and when they stood by, struck Jesus with

had blindfolded him, they the palm of his hand, saystruck him on the face; and ing; Answerest thou the asked him, saying ; Prophe- 23 high priest so? Jesus an

sy, who is it that smote thee? swered him; If I have 65 And many other things blas spoken evil, bear witness of

phemously spake they a the evil; but if well, why gainst him.

24 smitest thou me? Now And as soon as it was day, Annas had sent him bound the elders of the people, and unto Caiaphas the bigh priest. the chief priests, and the 25 —And Simon Peter stood scribes came together, and and warmed himself. They

led him into their council, said therefore unto him ; 67 saying; If thou art the Christ, Art not thou also one of his

And he said unto disciples ? He denied it, them ; If I tell you ye will 26 and said ; I am not. One 68 not believe; and if I also of the servants of the high

ask you, ye will not answer priest, being his kinsman 69 me, nor let me go. Hereaf whose ear Peter cut off,

ter shall the Son of man sit saith; Did not I see thee in

on the right hand of the 27 the garden with biin? Peter 70 power of God.

Then then denied again ; and imsaid they all ; Art thou then mediately the cock crew. the Son of God? And he

said unto them; Ye say 71 truth; for I am. And they

said ; What need we ary further witness ? For we ourselves have heard of his own mouth.


tell us.

75 crew.

cock crew.


MARK XIV. Surely thou also art one of 70 This is one of them. And

them; for thy speech be he denied it again. And a 74 wrayeth thee. Then began little after, they that stood

he to curse and to swear, by said again to Peter; Suresaying ; I know not the man. ly thou art one of them ; for And immediately the cock thou art a Galilean, and thy

And Peter remem- 71 speech agreeth thereto. But bered the words of Jesus, he began to curse and to which said unto him ; Be swear, saying ; I know not fore the cock crow, thou shalt this man of whom ye speak. deny me thrice. And he 72 And the second time the went out, and wept bitterly.

And Peter called to mind the word that Jesus said unto him ; Before. the cock crow twice, thou shalt deny me thrice. And when he thought thereon, he

wept. 27 When the morning was 15 And straightway in the

come, all the chief priests morning the chief priests and elders of the people took held a consultation with the

counsel against Jesus to put elders and scribes, and the 2 him to deathi. And when whole council, and bound

they had bound him, they Jesus, and carried him away, led him away, and delivered and delivered him to Pihim to Pontius Pilate the late. governor.


MATTHEW XXVII. Then Judas, which had betrayed him, when he saw that he was condemned, repented himself, and brought again the 4 thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders, saying ;

I have sinned in that I nave betrayed the innocent blood. 5 And they said ; What is that to us? see thou to that. And

he cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, and depart6 ed ; and went and hanged himself. And the chief

priests took the silver pieces, and said ; It is not lawful for to put them into the treasury, because it is the price of blood.



MATTHEW XXVII. And Jesus stood before the governor; and the governor asked him, saying ; Art thou

And Pilate asked him ;
Art thou the King of the
Jews? And he answering,



23 And the whole multitude 28 Then led they Jesus from

of them arose, and led him Cajaphas unto the hall of unto Pilate.

judgment; and it was early. And they themselves went not into the judgment-hall, lest they should be defiled, but that they might eat the passover.

MATTHEW XXVII. 7 And they took counsel and bought with them the potter's 8 field, to bury strangers in. Wherefore that field was called, 9 the field of blood, unto this day. Then was fulfilled that

which was spoken by Jeremy the prophet, saying ; they took the thirty pieces of silver, the price of him that

was valued, whom they of the children of Israel did value, 10 and gave them for the potter's field; as the Lord appointed

16 And




And they began to accuse | 29

Pilate then went out unto him, saying ; We found this them, and said ; What acfellow perverting the nation, cusation bring ye against this


MARK XV. the king of the Jews ? And said unto him ; Thou sayest

Jesus said unto him ; Thou 3 it. And the chief priests 12 sayest.

And when he was accused him of many things. accused of the chief priests 4 And Pilate asked him again,

and elders, he answered saying ; Answerest thou 13 noihing. Then saith Pilate nothing ? behold how many

unto him ; Hearest thou not things they witness against

how many things they wit 5 thee. But Jesus yet answer14 ness against thee? And he

ed nothing ; so that Pilate answered him to never marvelled. word; insomuch that the governor marvelled greatly.



JOHN XVIII. and forbidding to give tribute | 30 man? Tney answered and

to Cesar, saying that he him said unto him ; if he were not 3 self is Christ, a king. And a malefactor, we would not

Pilate asked him, saying ; have delivered him up unto Art thou the King of the 31 thee. Then said Pilate unto Jews and he answered him them; Take ye him, and

and said ; Thou sayest it. judge him according to your 4 Then said Pilate to the chief law. The Jews therefore

priests, and to the people ; said unto him ; It is not lawI find no fault in this man. ful for us to put any man to 5 And they were the more 32 death. That the saying of

fierce, saying; He stirreth Jesus might be fullled, up the people, teaching which he spake, signifying throughout all Jewry, begin what death he should die. ning from Galilee to this 33 Then Pilate entered into place.

the judgment-lall again, and called Jesus, and said unto

him; Art thou the King of 34 the Jews? Jesus answered

him ; Sayest thou this thing

of thyself, or did others tell 35 it thee of me? Pilate an

swered ; Am I a Jew? thine own nation and the chief priests, have delivered thee

unto me; what hast thou 36 done? Jesus answered ; My

kingdom is not of this world; if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews;

but now is my kingdom not 37 from hence. Pilate there

fore said unto him ; Art thou a king then? Jesus answered; Thou sayest truth; for I am a king. To this end was I born, and for this cause came I into the world, that I should bear witness unto the truth. Every one that

is of the truth, heareth my

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