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ye that I release unto you?
10. Who died for us, that wheBarabbas, or Jesus which live together with him.
ther we wake or sleep, we should is called Christ? (Mr.] 1 Tim. vi. 13. I give thee charge for he knew that the Chief in the Sight of God, who quickPriefts had DELIVERED him Jefu, who before Pontius Pilale
neth all Things, and before Christ for Envy) [M.) When he witnessed a good CONFESSION; was fet down on the Judg. 14: That thou kecp chis Comment-feat, his Wife sent unto able, until the Appearing of our
mandment without Spot, unrebukehim, saying, Have thou no- Lord Jesus Chrift: thing to do with that just 15. Which in his Times he shall MAN: for I have SUFFER- POTENTATE ,the King of Kings,
shew, who is the blefled and only ED many Things this Day and Lord of Lords; in a Dream because of him. 16. Who only hath Immortality, But the Chief Priests and dwelling in the Light which no Elders perswaded and (Mr.] Man hath leen, nor can fie: To
Man can approach unto; whom no moved [M.] the Multitude, whom be Honour and Power ever[Mr.) that he should rather lalting. Amen.
2 Tim, i. 2. Who liath SAVED releate Barabbris, and de- us, and called us with an HOLY STROY Jesus. The Gover- Calling, not according to nour answered and said un- Works, but according to his own to them, Whether of the Purpose and Grace, which was giv
en is in Christ Jesus, before the twain will ye that I release World began, unto you? [L] And they 10. Båt is now made manifest by cried out all at once, saying, Chrit, who hath abolished Death,
the Appearing of our Saviour Jésus Away with this Man, and and hath brought Life and lmrelease unto us Barabbas. MORTALITY LIGHT through Pilare therefore willing to
Titiu ii. 13. Looking for that release Jesus, [ Mr.) answer- blessed Hope, and the GLORIOUS ed and said again unto them, Appearing of the great God, and [M.] What shall I do then our Sarlour 7?sus Chrift:
14. Who GAVE himself for us, with Fesus, which is called that he might redeem us from all Christ, [Nr.] whom ye INIQUITY, and purity unto himcall the King of the Jews? felf a peculiar People, zealous of And they [M.] all faid, and good works.
Chap. iii. 4. But after that the (Mr.]CRIED out again, (L.] Kindness and Lovr. of God our saying, (M.] unto him, Let SAVIOUR toward Man appeared,
s. Not by Works of Rightcoulhim be CRUCIFIED, (L.] ners
, which we have done, but acCrucify him, CRUCIFY cording to his Mercy he saved us him (Mr.] Then Pilate, by the washing of Regeneration, [M.] the Governour, [L.]
and renewing of the Holy Givost.
6. Which he shed on us aburfaid to them the THIRD dantly through Jesus Christ our Satime, Why, what Evil hath viour : he done?" I have found no his Grace, we thould be made Heirs
7. That being JUSTIFIED by Cause of Death in him ; according to the Hope of Eterna?
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I will therefore CHASTISE
1 Pet. i. 18. Forasmuch as ye him, and let him go. [M.1 with corruptible Things, as Silver
know that ye were not redeemed But they CRIED out (Mr.] and Gold, from your VAIN Conthe more exceedingly, [M.] versation, received by Tradition Let him be CRUCIFIED ;
from your Fathers; Mr.] CRUCIFY him. (7.) of CHRIST, as of a Lamb without
19. But with the precious BLOOD Then cried they all again, Blemish and without Spot : saying, Nor this MAN, but 20. Who verily was fore-ordainBarabbas. Now Barabbas World, but was MANIPEST in
ed before the Foundation of the was a ROBBER, (L.) who these laft Times for you ; for a certain Sedition made 21. Who by him do believe in
God that raised him up from the in the City, and for MUR- Dead, and gave him Glory, tha DER, was cast into Prison. your Faith and Hope might be in And they were INSTANT
God. with loud Voices, requiring were ye called; because Clorift aito
Chap. ii. 21. For even hereunto that he might be CRUCIFI- suffered for us, leaving us an ExED: And the Voices of them, ample, that ye should follow his and of the Chief PRIESTS Steps :
22. Who did no Sin, neither prevailed. [7.] Then Pic was Guile found in his Mouth: late therefore took Jefus, 23. Who when he was serijed, and SCOURGED him. [M.] ed, he threatned not; but COMMIT
reviled not again; when he suffers Then the Soldiers of the men himself to him that judgech Governour took Fesus into righteously: the Common Hall, [Mr.} sıks in his own Body on the Tree
24. Who his own self bare on called Prætorii!m, [M.] and that we being dead to Sin, should gathered, [Wr.] and called live unto Righteousness : by whose together [M.] unto him the STRIPES ye were HEALED. whole Band Of Soldiers, and astray. but are now returned uno
29. For ye were as Sheep going they STRIPPED him, and the SherilerD and Bishop of pur on him a Purple Robe. your Souls. [Mr.) And they clothed him
Chap. iii. 18. For Christ also hath
once suffered for Sins, the JUST with Purple, and platted a for the UNJUST (that he might Crown of THORNs, and put bring us to Gud) being put to it about his (11.) Head, and Death in the FLESH,
by the SPIRIT : a REED in his right Hand; Chap. iv. i. Forasmuch then as and they bowed the Knee Christ Chath suffered for us in the before him, and MOCKED
Flesh, arm your felves likewise with
the same Mind: For he that bach him, [Mr.] and began to fa- suffered in the Flesh, hath cealed lute him, [ 11.] saying, [ Mr.] from Sin;; HAIL KING of the Jews :
2. That he no longer should live
the rest of his Time in the Flesh, [7.] And they sMOTE him to the Lults of Men, but to the Wil win their HANDS; [M.] of God. and they spit upon him,
1 John i. 7. But if we walk in and took the REED, (Mr.} we have Fellowlhip one with ac
î the Light, as he is in the Light, and
SMOTE him on the other; and the Blood of Jesus Christ HEAD with a Reed, and his son cleanseth us from all Sin.
Chap. ii. 1. My little Children, bowing their Knees, wor- these things write I unto you, that Shipped him. 17.) Pilate ye fin not. And if any man fin, we therefore went forth again, ther, Jesus Christ the Righteous : and faith unto them, Be
2. And he is the PropITIATION
Chap. iii. 16. Hereby perceive
we ought to LAY DOWN our Lives ROBE. And Pilate faith
Chap. iv. 10. Herein is Love, not unto them, Behold the Man. that we loved God, but that he When the Chief Priests there- the Propitiation for our Sins.
us, and sent his Son to be fore and Officers faw bim, Chap. v. 6. This is he that came they CRIED out, saying, by WATER and Blood, even Jesus Crucify him, CRUCIFY Water' and Blood : And it is the
; not by Water only, but by him. Pilate faitbunto Spirit that beareth witness, becaule them, Take ye him, and the Spirit is Truth. CRUCIFY him, for I find no Fault in him. The Jews answered him, We have a Law, and by our Law he ought to die, because he made himself the Son of God. When Pilate therefore heard that SAYING, he was the more AFRAID : and went again into the Judgment - Hall, and faith unto Jesus, WHENCE art thou? But Jesus gave him no ANSWER. Then faith Pilate unto him, Speakeft thou not unto me? Knowest thou not that I have Power to CRUCIFY thee, and have power to release thee? Jesus answered, Thou couldst have no Power at all against me, except it were given thee from ABOVE : Therefore he that delivered me unto thee, hath the greater Sin. And from thenceforth Pilate sought to RELEASE him : but the Jews cried out, saying, if thou let this Man go, thou art not Cefar's Friend : Whosoever maketh himself a King, speakech against Cefar. When Pilate therefore heard that Saying, he brought Jesus forth, and sat down in the Judgment-seat, in a Place that is called the PAVEMENT, but in the Hebrew, Gabbatha. And it was the Preparation of the Pafsover, and about the fixth Hour : And he faith unto the Jews, Behold your King. But they cried out, Away with him, Away with him, CRUCIFY him. Pilate faith unto them, Shall I crucify
your King? The Chief Priests answered, We have no King but Cesar. [M.] When Pilate saw that he could prevail nothing, but that rather a Tumult was made, he took WATER, and washed his Hands before the Multitude, faying, I am INNOCENT of the Blood of this Just Person: See ye to it. Then answered all the People, and said, His Blood be on us, and on our Children. Then [Mr.] Pilate, willing to content the People, (L.) gave ŠENTENCE that it should be as they required. And he released unto them [Mr.) Barabbas, [L.) him that for Sedition and Murder was cast into Prison, whom they had defired : [M.] And when he had fcourged Jesus, he delivered him (L.) to their Will, [M] to be CRUCIFIED.
CHRIST is brought out of the City of Jerusalem, to
the Place of bis Suffering.
(7)AND they took gefus, [ M.) and after that they
had MOCKED him, they took (Mr.) the PURPLE ROBE off from him, (M.] and put his own Raiment on him, and led him away to CRUCIFY (Mr.) him : [7.] And he BEARING his Cross, went forth. [L.] And as they led him away, (M.) they found a Man, (Mr.] one Simon, a Cyrenean, who passed by, coming out of the Country, the Father of Alexander and Rufus: (L.) and they laid hold on Simon the Cyrenean, [M.] him they compelled, (L.) and on him they laid the Cross, that be might bear it after Fefus. And there followed him a great Company of People, and of Women, which also bewailed and LAMENTED him. But Jesus turning unto them, faid, Daughters of Jerusalem, WEEP not for me, but weer for your felves, and for your Children; for behold, the Days are coming, in the which they shall fay, Bleffed are the Barren, and the Wombs that never bare, and the Paps which never gave fuck. Then shall they begin to say to the MOUNTAINS, FALL on us; and to the Hills, COVER US. For if they do these Things in a green TREE, what shall be done in the DRY? And there were also two other Malefaétors, led with him to be put to Death
CHRIST is Crucified. Wine mingled with Myrrh is
given him to drink.
(M.] AND when
they were come to a Place called Golgotha, (Mr.) which is, being 'interpreted, the Place of a Skull, they gave him to drink Wine mingled with Myrrh ; [M.) Vinegar mingled with Gall : [Mr.] But he received it not : for (M) when he had tafted thereof, he would not drink. ĪL.) And when they were come to the place which is called Calvary, there they CRUCIFIED him, [7.] and two other (L.) Malefactors [7.] with him, (L.) one on the right Hand, and the other on the left, (7.) and Jesus in the midft. [Mr.) And it was the THIRD Hour when they CRUCIFIED him. And [M.] then [Mr.) with him they crucified two Thieves; the one on his right Hand, and the other on his left. And the SCRIPTURE was FULFILLED, which, faith, And he was numbred with the TRANSGRESSORS,
CHRIST, prays for bis Murderers. The Title writ
ten on the Cross. The Division of his Garments.
HEN said Jesus, Father, FORGIVE them, for
they know not what they do. [7.] And Pin late wrote a Title, and put it on the Cross : [M.] And they set up over his HEAD, his Accusation written : [Mr.) And his Accusation was written (L.) over him, in Letters of Greek, and Latin, and Hebrew, THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS. [7.] Then said the Chief Priests of the Jews to Pilate, write not, The King of the fews, but that he said, I am the King of the Fews. Filate answered, What I have written, I have written. Then the Soldiers, when they had cruCIFIED Jesus, took his Garments, (and made four Parts, to cvery Soldier a Part) and also his Coat: [L.] And they PARTED his RAIMENT, and cast LOTS (Mr.] upon them, what every Man should take. (7.) Now the Coat was without Seam, woven from the Top throughout;