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perfect: for then would they crifice for sins, for ever sat
, brethren, boldness to enter
ourselves together, as the to him, Speakest thou not manner of some is; but ex- unto me? knowest thou not horting one another : and so that I have power to crucify much the more, as ye see the thee, and have power to reday approaching
lease thee? Jesus answered, The Gospel. St. John xix. 1. Thou couldest have no power Pjes
ILATE therefore took at all against me, except it
Jesus, and scourged him. were given thee from above: And the soldiers platted a therefore he that delivered crown of thorns, and put it me unto thee hath the greater on his head, and they put on sin. And from thenceforth him a purple robe, and said, Pilate sought to release him : Hail, King of the Jews: and but the Jews cried out, saythey smote him with their ing, If thou let this man go, hands. Pilate therefore went thou art not Cæsar's friend : forth again, and saith unto whosoever maketh himself a them, Behold, I bring him king speaketh against Cæsar. forth to you, that ye may When Pilate therefore heard know that I find no fault in that saying, he brought Jehim. Then came Jesus forth, sus forth, and sat down in wearing the crown of thorns, the judgement-seat, in a place and the purple robe. And that is called the Pavement, Pilate saith unto them, Be- but in the Hebrew, Gabbahold the man! When the tha. And it was the
prepachief priests therefore and ration of the passover, and officers saw him, they cried about the sixth hour: and he out, saying, Crucify him, saith unto the Jews, Behold crucify him. Pilate saith un- your King! But they cried to them, Take ye him, and out, Away with him, away crucify him: for I find no with him, crucify him. Pifault in him. The Jews an
The Jews an- late saith unto them, Shall I swered him, We have a law, crucify your King? The chief and by our law he ought to priests answered, We have no die, because he made himself king but Cæsar. Then delithe Son of God. When Pi- vered he him therefore unto late therefore heard that say- them to be crucified : and ing, he was the more afraid; they took Jesus, and led him and went again into the away. And he, bearing his judgement-hall, and saith un-cross, went forth into a place to Jesus, Whence art thou? called the place of a scull
, But Jesus gave him no an- which is called in the Heswer. Then saith Pilate un- brew, Golgotha : where they
crucified him, and two other ther, and the disciple standwith him, on either side one, ing by, whom he loved, he and Jesus in the midst. And saith unto his mother, WoPilate wrote a title, and put man, behold thy son. Then it on the cross; and the writ- saith he to the disciple, Being was, JESUS OF NAZA- hold thy mother. And from RETH THE KING OF that hour that disciple took THE JEWS. This title then her unto his own home. read many of the Jews: for After this, Jesus, knowing the place where Jesus was that all things were now accrucified was nigh to the complished, that the Scripcity: and it was written in ture might be fulfilled, saith, Hebrew, and Greek, and La- I thirst. Now there was set tin. Then said the chief a vessel full of vinegar: and priests of the Jews to Pilate, they filled a spunge with Write not, The King of the vinegar, and put it upon Jews; but that he said, I hyssop, and put it to his am the King of the Jews. mouth. When Jesus therePilate answered, What I have fore had received the vinewritten, I have written. gar, he said, It is finished: Then the soldiers, when they and he bowed his head, and had crucified Jesus, took his gave up the ghost. The Jews garments, and made four therefore, because it was the parts, to every soldier a part; preparation, that the bodies and also his coat: now the should not remain
the coat was without seam, wov- cross on the sabbath-day, (for en from the top throughout that sabbath - day was They said therefore among high day,) besought Pilate themselves, Let us not rend that their legs might be it, but cast lots for it, whose broken, and that they might it shall be: that the Scrip- be taken away. Then came ture might be fulfilled, the soldiers, and brake the which saith, They parted my legs of the first, and of the raiment among them, and for other which was crucified my vesture they did cast lots with him. But when they came These things therefore the to Jesus, and saw that he was soldiers did. Now there stood dead already, they brake not by the cross of Jesus, his mo- his legs., But one of the solther, and his mother's sister, diers with a spear pierced his Mary the wife of Cleophas, side, and forthwith and Mary Magdalene. When thereout blood and water. Jesus therefore saw his mo- | And he that saw it bare re
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cord, and his record is true : l in the days of Noah, while and he knoweth that he saith the ark was a preparing; true, that ye might believe. wherein few, that is, eight For these things were done souls, were saved by water. that the Scripture should be The like figure whereunto, fulfilled, A bone of him shall even baptism, doth also now not be broken. And again, save us, (not the putting away another Scripture saith, They the filth of the flesh, but the shall look on him whom they answer of a good conscience pierced
towards God) by the resur
rection of Jesus Christ: who EASTER EVEN.
is gone into heaven, and is The Collect.
on the right hand of God, RANT, O Lord, that angels and authorities and
as we are baptized into powers being made subject the death of thy blessed Son unto him. our Saviour Jesus Christ, so The Gospel. St. Matt.xxvii. 57. by continual mortifying our HEN the even was corrupt affections we may be come, there came a buried with him; and that rich man of Arimathæa, namthrough the grave, and gate ed Joseph, who also himself of death, we may pass to our was Jesus' disciple. He went joyful resurrection; for his to Pilate, and begged the merits, who died, and was body of Jesus. Then Pilate buried, and rose again for us, commanded the body to be thy Son Jesus Christ our delivered. And when Joseph Lord. Amen.
had taken the body, he wrapThe Epistle. 1 St. Peter iii. 17. ped it in a clean linen cloth, IT. T is better, if the will of and laid it in his own new
God be so, that ye suffer tomb, which he had hewn for well-doing, than for evil- out in the rock; and he rolldoing. For Christ also hath ed a great stone to the door once suffered for sins, the of the
sepulchre, and departjust for the unjust, that he ed. And there was Mary might bring us to God, be- Magdalene, and the other ing put to death in the flesh, Mary, sitting over against but quickened by the Spirit. the sepulchre. Now the By which also he went and next day that followed the preached unto the spirits in day of the preparation, the prison; which*sometime were chief priests and Pharisees disobedient, when once the came together unto Pilate, long-suffering of God waited saying, Sir, we remember
that that deceiver said, while the dead : and become
HRIST is risen from he was yet alive, After three days I will rise again. Com- the first-fruits of them that mand therefore that the se- slept. pulchre be made sure until For since by man came the third day, lest his disci- death : by man came also ples come by night and steal the resurrection of the dead. him away, and say unto the For as in Adam all die : people, He is risen from the even so in Christ shall all be dead : so the last error shall made alive. 1 Cor. xv. 20. be worse than the first. Pi Glory be to the Father, and late said unto them, Ye have to the Son : and to the Holy a watch; go your way, make Ghost; it as sure as you can. So As it was in the beginning, they went and made the is now, and ever shall be : sepulchre sure, sealing the world without end. Amen. stone, and setting a watch.
LMIGHTY God, who
through thine only-beAt Morning Prayer, instead of the Psalm, O come let us sing, sc. these Anthems stumi gotten Son Jesus Christ hast be .
overcome death, and opened HRIST our passover is unto us the gate of ever
sacrificed for us : there- lasting life; We humbly before let us keep the feast; seech thee, that, as by thy
Not with the old leaven, special grace preventing us nor with the leaven of malice thou dost put into our minds and wickedness : but with good desires, so by thy conthe unleavened bread of sin-tinual help we may bring the cerity and truth. 1 Cor. v. 7. same to good effect; through
#RIST being raised Jesus Christ our Lord, who
from the dead dieth no liveth and reigneth with thee more : death hath no more and the Holy Ghost, ever dominion over him.
one God, world without end. For in that he died, he Amen. died unto sin once : but in The Epistle. Coloss. iii. 1. that he liveth, he liveth unto God.
Ive then be risen
Christ, seek those things Likewise reckon ye also which are above, where Christ yourselves to be dead indeed sitteth on the right hand of linto sin : but alive unto God God. Set
affection on through Jesus Christ our things above, not on things Lord. Rom. vi. 9.
on the earth: For ye are