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the Father : having loved his own

93. which were in the world, he loved them unto the end.

The Passover. Mat. xxvi. and And supper being ended : the de

I Cor. xi, vil having now put into the heart of Judas

UR Lord : fame Jesus

night be. had given all things into his hands :

trayed, and that he was come from God,

Took bread : blessed it, and brake and went to God;

it, and gave it to his disciples, and He riseth from fupper, and laid

said, aside his garments, and took a towel

Take, eat, this is my body which and girded himself : after that, he is broken for you. This do in repoureth water into a bason, and be

membrance of me. gan to walk the disciples feet, and

After the same manner also he to wipe them with the towel where. took the cup, when he had supped, with he was girded. Then cometh he to Simon Peter, ment in my blood, which is shed for

faying, This cup is the new teftaand Peter faith unto him : LORD, you and for many for the remiffon dost'thou wash my feet?

of fins. This do ye, as oft as ye Jesus answered, and said unto drink it, in remembrance of me. him : what I do, thou knoweft not

For as often as ye eat this bread, now, but thou shalt know hereafter. and drink this cup: ye do fhew the

Peter faith unto him, thou shalt Lord's death, till he come. never wash my feet. Jesus answer

Wherefore whosoever shall eat this ed him, if I wash thee not, thou hast bread, and drink this cup of the no part with me.

Lord unworthily, Mall be guilty of Simon Peter faith unto him, Lord, the body and blood of the Lord : not my feet only, but also my hands but let a man examine himself, and and my head. Jesus saith to him, so let him eat of that bread, and he that is washed, needeth not save drink of that cup. to wash his feet, but is clean every For he that eateth and drinketh whit. And ye are clean, but not all : judgment to himself

, not discerning

unworthily : eateth and drinketh for he knew who should betray him; the Lord's body. therefore said he, ye are not all clean. So after he had washed their feet,

94. and had taken his garments, and

Our Lord's Farewel-blefing. was set down again, he said unto them : Know ye what I have done am the true vine : and my Father to you? ye call me Master and Lord, is the husbandman. and ye say well, for so I am;

Every branch in me, that beareth If I then your Lord and• Maiter not fruit, he takech away: and e. have washed your feet, ye also ought very branch that beareth fruit, he to wash one another's feet. For I purgeth it, that it may bring forth have given you an example, that ye more fruit. should do as I have done to you. Now ye are clean: through the



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word which I have spoken unto you. I have manifested thy name : una

Abide in me : and I in you. to the men which thou gavest me

As the branch cannot bear fruit out of the world. of itself, except it abide in the Thine they were, and thou gaveft vine : no more can ye, except ye them me, and they have kept thy abide in me.

word : now they have known that I am the vine : ye are the branches. all things whatsoever thou hast given

He that abideth in me, and I in me, are of thee. him, the same bringeth forth much For I have given unto them the fruit : for without me ye can do no- words which thou gavestme: and they thing.

have received them, and have known If a man abide not in me, he is surely that I came out from thee, cast forth as a branch, and is wither. and they have believed that thou ed : and men gather them and cast didit send me. them into the fire, and they are

Teftamentary Words. burned. If

ye abide in me, and my words abide in you: ye shall ak what ye the world, but for them which will, and it shall be done unto you. thou haft given me, for they are

Herein is my Father glorified, thine. that ye bear much fruit : so shall ye And all mine are thine, and thine be my disciples.

are mine : and I am glorified in As the Father hath loved me, so them., have I loved you. Continue ye in

And now I am no more in the my love. John xv.

world, but these are in the world :

and I come to thee., 95.

Holy Father, keep thro' thine Jesus's High-priestly Prayer.

own name those whom thou hast John xvii.

given me : that they may be one, as TESUS lift up his eyes to heaven, we are.

and said : Father, the hour is While I was with them in the come, glorify thy Son, that thy Son world, I kept them in thy name. also may glorify thee.

Those that thou gavest me I have As thou hast given him power kept, and none of them is loft, but over all fesh : that he should give the son of perdition, that the scripeternal life to as many as thou hast ture might be fulfilled. given him.

And now come I to thee : and And this is life eternal : that they these things I speak in the world, might know thee the only true God, that they might have my joy fulfilled and Jesus Christ whom thou hast in themselves. fent.

I have given them thy word : and I have glorified thee on the earth, the world hath hated them, because I have finished the work which thou they are not of the world, even as gavest me to do. And now, O Fa. I am not of the world. ther, glorify thou me with thine own I pray not that thou shouldst take self, with the glory which I had with them out of the world, but that thou thee before the world was.

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are not of the world, even as I am He that believeth and is baptized, not of the world.

shall be saved : but he that believeth Sanctify them through thy truth : not, fall be damned. thy word is truth.

And these signs shall follow them As thou hast sent me into the that believe : in my name ihall they world : even to have I also sent them cast out devils; they hall speak into the world.

with new tongues ; And for their sakes I sanctify my They shall take up serpents, and felf: that they also might be fanc- if they drink any deadly thing, it tified thro' the truth.

thall not hurt them : they shall lay Neither pray I for thefe alone : hands on the sick; and they shall but for them also, which shall believe recover. Mark xvi. on me thro' their word ; That they all may be one, as

97. thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be one în

The dismission after his ascension. us: that the world may believe that thou haft sent me.

E men of Galilee, why stand And the glory which thou gavest this fame Jesus, which is taken up me, I have given them : that they from you into heaven, shall fo come, may be one, even as we are one, I in them, and thou in me, that

in like manner as ye have seen him.

go into heaven. Afts i, they may be made perfect in one: and that the world may know that thou haft fent me, and haft loved them, as thou hast loved me. · The Bridegroom's Prophecy of his

Father, I will, that they also whom Visitation on a sudden. thou hast given me, be with me where I am, that they may behold 'Hen hall the kingdom of my glory which thou hast given me :

heaven be likened unto ten for thou lovedft me before the foun. virgins, which took their lamps : dation of the world.

and went forth to meet the brideO righteous Father, the world groom. hath not known thee: but I have And five of them were wise: and known thee, and there have known five were foolish. that thou hast sent me.

They that were foolish took their And I have declared unto them thy tamps, and took no oil with them : name, and will declare it: that the but the wise took oil in their vefieis love wherewith thou haft loved me, with their lamps. may be in them, and I in them. While the bridegroom tarried :

they all slumbered and slept. 96.

And at midnight there was a cry

mode : Behold, the bridegroom Our Lord's last will.

comech ; go ye out to meet him. O all the world : and Then all those virgins arose : and

preach the gospel to every crimmed their lamps. creature.

And the foolith said unto the wise :



Go xe into

Give us of your oil, for our lamps knew not, until the flood came and are gone out.

took them all away: so shall also But the wise answered, Not so, the coming of the Son of man be. leít there be not enough for us and

Then mall two be in the field : yoa : but go ye rather to them that the one shall be taken, and the other fell, and buy for your


left. Matt. xxiv. And while they went to buy, the In that night there shall be two in bridegroom came : and they that one bed: the one shall be taken, were ready, went in with him to the and the other shall be left. Luke xvii. marriage, and the door was fhut.

Afterward came also the other When the son of man shall come virgins, saying : Lord, Lord, open in his glory, and all the holy angels to us!

with him : then shall he fit upon the But he answered and said : Veri- throne of his glory. ly I say unto you, I know you not. And before him Mall be gathered

Watch therefore : for ye know all nations : and he shall separate neither the day nor the hour, where them one from another, as a fhepin the Son of man cometh.Matt. xxv. herd divideth his sheep from the

goats. 99.

And he shall set the sheep on his

right hand : but the goats on the left. Of his glorious Epiphany. Then shall the king say unto them

on his right hand : come, ye blessed S the lightning cometh out of of my father, inherit the kingdom

the east and shineth even unto prepared for you from the foundathe west: so shall also the coming of tion of the world. the son of man be.

For I was an hungred, and ye And then shall appear the sign of gave me meat, I was thirsty, and ye the Son of man in n. And then gave me drink: I was a stranger, Mall all the tribes of the earth and ye took me in ; mourn, and they shall see the son of Naked, and ye clothed me : I was man coming in the clouds of heaven, sick, and ye visited me, I was in with power and great glory. prison, and ye came unto me.

And he shall send his angels with Then shall the righteous answer a great found of a trumpet : and him, saying: LORD, when faw we they shall gather together his elect thee an hungred, and fed thee? or from the four winds, from one end thirsty, and gave thee drink? of heaven to the other.

When faw we thee a stranger, Verily I say unto you: this gene- and took thee in ? or naked, and ration shall not pass, till all these clothed thee? or when saw we thee things be fulfilled.

sick, or in prison, and came unto Heaven and earth shall pass away: thee? but my words shall not pass away.

And the king fhall answer, and But of that day and hour know- say unto them: verily I say unto eth no man, no not the angels of you, inasmuch as ye have done it heaven: but my Father only. unto one of the least of these my breEut as in the days of Wor, they thren, ye have done it unto me.



Then shall he say also unto them Doth not behave itself unseemly, on the left hand : de part from me, seeketh not her own : is not eatily ye cursed, into everlaiting fire, pre- provoked, thinketh no evil ; pared for the devil and his angels. Rejoiceth not in iniquity : but re.

I was an hungred, and ye gave me joiceth in the truth ; no meat: I was thirity, and ye gave Beareth all things, believeth all me no drink.

things : hopeth all things, endureth I was a stranger, and ye took me all things. not in; naked, and ye clothed me This love never faileth: but whe. not: sick, and in prison, and ye vi- ther there be prophefies, they shall sited me noi.

fail, whether there be tongues, they Then shail they also answer him, fhall cease, whether there be knowsaying : Lord, when faw we thee an ledge, it shall vanith away. bungred, or a thirst, or a stranger, For we know in part: and we or naked, or fick, or in prison, and prophesy in part. did no: minister unto thee?

But when that which is perfect is Then shall he answer them, say- come: then that which is in part, ing : verily I say unto you, inasmuch thall be done away. ye

did it rot to one of the least of When I was a child, I spake as a these, ye did it not to me.

child, I understood as a child, I And these shall go away into ever- thought as a child : but when I belafting punishment: but the righte- came a man, I put away childish ous into life eternal. Matt. XXV. things.

For now we see thro’a glass dark100.

ly : but then face to face.

Now I know in part : but then Paul's prophecy.

Thall I know even as also I am

known. Ollow after charity? tho' I And now abideth faith, hope,

speak with the tongues of men love, these three : but the greatest and of angels, and have not this of these is love. I Cor. xiii. love, I am become as sounding brass or a tinkling cymbal.

• Luke vii. 47. Rom. v. 5. Cant, viii. 6.

And tho' I have the gift of pro The Apostles Psalms. phecy, and understand all myfteries and all knowledge, and tho''I have

Hob. i. all faith, so that I could remove mountains : and have not this love, OD, who at sundry times and I am nothing.

in divers manners fpake in • And tho's bestow all my goods time past unto the fathers by the to feed the poor, and tho' I give my prophets : hath in these last days body to be burned: and have not spoken unto us by his Son ; this love, it profiteth me nothing. Whom he hath appointed heir of

This love suffereth long, and is all things : by whom also he made kind, this love envieth not: this love the worlds. vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up; Who, being the brightness of his





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