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MATTHEW.

MARK.
LUKE.

JOHN.
CHAP. XXVI. CHAP. XIV. CHAP. XXII.CHAP. XVIII.

the palaceof the
high priest.

16 But Peter stood atthe door without. Then went out the other disciple, which wasknown unto the high priest,and spake untoherthatkept the door, and

brought in Pe. even

ter.
unto the high into the palaceof
priest's palace, the high priest:
and went in,

18 And the ser.
vants and offi-

cers stoodthere,
55 And when
theyhadkindled who had made
afireinthe midst a fire of coals;
of the hall,

for it was cold:
and they warm-
ed themselves :
and Peter stood

with them, and were set

down together, and sat with and he sat with Peter sat down the servants,

the servants,
and warmed

and warmed
himself at the

himself. to see the end. fire.

69 ( Now 66 | And as Peter sat without Peter was be

in the pa- neath in the palace :

lace, there com

a eth one of the damsel maidsofthehigh

priest: came unto him, 67 And when

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among them.

upon him,

MATTHEW.

MARK.
LUKE.

JOHN. CHAP. XXVI. CHAP. XIV. CHAP. XXII.CHAP. XVIII.

Peter warming him as he sat by

himself, the fire,and ear-
she looked nestly looked

upon him,
saying,
and said,

and said, 17 Then saith

the damsel that kept the door

unto Peter, Thou And thou

This man

Art not thou also wast with also wast with was also with also one of this Jesus ofGalilee. Jesus of Nazareth him.

man's disciples? 70 But he de- 68 But he de- 57 And he deniedbefore them nied,

nied him,
all, saying, saying, saying, He saith,

Woman,
I know not I know not, I know him not. I am not.

neither underwhat thou standIwhatthou sayest.

sayest.
And hewentout
intotheporch; &

the cock crew. 71 And

58 And after

a little while when he was gone out into the porch,

another maid 69 And a maid saw him, saw him again,

and said unto and began to them that were say to them that there, This fellow was

This is one alsowith Jesusof of them. Nazareth.

stood by,

25 And Simon Peter stood and

warmed himself. another (man) saw him, and said,

They said therefore unto

him, Thou art also Artnotthou also of them. one of his disci.

ples ?

MATTHEW. MARK.

LUKE.

JOHN. CHAP. XXVI. CHAP. XIV. CHAP. XXII. CHAP. XVIII.

72 And again 70 And he de- And Petersaid, hedenied it, and he denied nied it again. Man, I am not. said, I am not.

with an oath, I do not know the man.

73 And after And a little 59 And about awhile cameun- after,

the space of one to him

hour after anothey that stood they that stood ther confidently by, and said to by said again to affirmed,saying, Peter,

Peter, Surely, thou Surely, thou Of a truth, this also art one of art one of fellow also was them; them :

with him : for thou art a

for he is a Galilean,

Galilean. for thy speech and thy speech bewrayeth thee. agreeth thereto.

26 One of the servants of the high priest (being his kinsman whose ear Peter cut off) saith, Did not I see thee in the gar

den with him? 74 Then began 71 But he began 60 And Peter 27 Peter then he to curse and to

and toswear,saying, toswear,saying, said, Man, I I know not the I know not this know not what denied again :

man ofwhom ye thou sayest:

speak. and immediately 72 And the and immediately, and immediately second time

while he

yet

spake, the cock crew. the cock crew. the cock crew, the cock crew.

61 And the Lord turned, and lookedupon Pe

ter; 75 And Peter And Peter and Peter remembered called to mind remembered

the word of the word that the word of the Jesus, which Jesus

Lord, how he had

curse

man :

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cock crow,

cock crow,

MATTHEW.

MARK.
LUKE.

JOHN.
CHAP. XXVI. CHAP. XIV. CHAP. XXII. CHAP. XVIII.
said unto him, said unto him, said unto him,
Before the before the Before the

cock crow

twice,
thou shalt deny thou shalt deny thou shalt deny
me thrice.
mę thrice.

me thrice.
And he And when he 62 And Peter

thoughtthereon, went out, and

went out, and wept bitterly:

wept bitterly

134. Jesus stands before Caiaphas, and then before the whole Jewish Council. He confesseshimself to be the Christ, and is pronounced guilty of death.

he wept.

19 | The high priest then asked Jesus of his disciples and of his doctrine.

20 Jesus answered him, I spake openly to the world: I ever taught in thesynagogue, & in the temple, whitherthe Jews always resort; & in secret have I said nothing.

21 Why askest thou me? ask them whichheard me, what I have said unto them : behold, they

MATTHEW.

MARK.
LUKE.

JOHN. CHAP. XXVI. CHAP. XIV. CHAP. XXII. CHAP. XVIII.

know what I said.

22 And when he had thus

spoken, one of the officers which stood by struck Jesus with the palmof hishand, saying, Answerest thou thehigh priest so?

23 Jesus answered him, If I have spoken evil, bear witness of the evil: but if well, why

smitest thoume?

66 | And as 53 & with him soon as it was

were assembled day, the elders 57 Where the

all of the people &
scribes and the the chief priests the chief priests
elders were as- and the elders,
sembled.*
and the scribes. and the scribes

cametogether,&
ledhiminto their

council,t
59 Now the 55 And the
chief priests,

chief priests and elders,

and all the and all the council, sought council sought false witness a- for witness against Jesus, to gainst Jesus to put himtodeath, put him todeath,

60 But found and found none :

none. yea, though ma

56 For many false wit- ny barefalsewit

* Time.... The Morning of the Crucifixion, † Place.... The Judgment Hall of the high priest, chief priests, elders and Scribes,

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