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He commendeth his
mother to John. OF NAZARETH, THE ciple, Behold thy mother! KING OF THE JEWS. And from that hour that disci
20 This title then read ma- ple took her unto his own home. ny of the Jews; for the place 28 4 After this Jesus, knowwhere Jesus was crucified was ing that all things were now nigh to the city; and it was accomplished, that the scripwritten in Hebrew, and Greek, ture might be fulfilled, f saith, and Latin.
I thirst. 21 Then said the chief 29 Now there was set a vese priests of the Jews to Pilate, sel full of vinegar; and they Write not, The King of the filled a spunge with vinegar, Jews; but that he said, I am and put it upon hyssop, and put King of the Jews.
it to his mouth. 22 Pilate answered, What 30 When Jesus, therefore, I have written I have written. had received the vinegar, he
23 Then the soldiers, said, It is finished ;g and he when they had crucified Jesus, bowed his head, and gave up took his garments, and made the ghost.h four parts, to every soldier a 31 1 The Jews, therefore, part; and also his coat; now because it was the preparation, the coat was without seam, that the bodies should not rewoven from the top throughout. main upon the cross on the sab
24 They said, therefore, a- bath-day, (for that sabbathmong themselves, Let us not day was an high day,i) berend it, but cast lots for it, sought Pilate that their legs whose it shall be; that the might be broken, and that they scripture might be fulfilled, might be taken away. which saith,e They parted my 32 Then came the soldiers, raiinent among them, and for and brake the legs of the first, my vesture they did cast lots. and of the other which was These things, therefore, the crucified with him. soldiers did.
33 But when they came to 25 | Now there stood by Jesus, and saw that he was the cross of Jesus his mother, dead already, they brake not and his mother's sister, Mary his legs : the wife of Cleophas, and Ma- 34 But one of the soldiers ry Magdalene.
26 When Jesus, therefore, if That tbe scripture might be fulfilsaw his mother, and the disci- led. See. Ps. lxix. 21. ple standing by whom he lov- g It is finished. All written coned, he saith unto his mother,
cerning me, my labours and my sufWoman, behold thy son!
ferings are fulfilled.
þ Gave up the ghost, expired or 27 Then saith he to the dis- died. . Wbich saith, See Ps. Xü. 18. į An high day. A great day.
with a spear pierced his side,
CHAP. XX. and forthwith came thereout 1 Mary cometh to the sepulchre, blood and water.
3 and Peter, and John. 24 35 And he that saw it bare The incredulity of Thomas. record, and his record is true; THE first day of the week and he knoweth that he saith cometh Mary Magdalene eartrue, that ye might believe. ly, when it was yet dark, unto
36 For these things were the sepulchre, and seeth the done, that the scripture should stone taken away from the sebe fulfilled; A bone of him pulchre. shall not be broken.
2 Then she runneth, and 37 And again, another scrip- cometh to Simon Peter, and to ture saith, They shall look on the other disciple whom Jesus him whom they pierced.j loved ; and saith unto them,
38 9 And after this, Joseph They have taken away the of Arimathea (being a disci- Lord out of the sepulchre, and ple of Jesus, but secretly for we know not where they have fear of the Jews) besought Pi- laid him. late, that he might take away 3 Peter, therefore, went the body of Jesus; and Pilateforth, and that other disciple, gave him leave. He came, and came to the sepulchre. therefore and took the body of 4 So they ran both together; Jesus.
and the other disciple did out39 And there came also run Peter, and came first to Nicodemus, (which at the first the sepulchre. came to Jesus by night,) and 5 And he, stooping down, brought a mixture of myrrh and looking in, saw the linen and aloes, about an hundred clothes lying; yet went he not pound weight.
in. 40 Then took they the body 6 Then cometh Simon Peof Jesus and wound it in linen ter following him, and went elothes with the spices, as the into the sepulchre, and seeth manner of the Jews is to bury. the linen clothes lie;
41 Now, in the place, where hy And the napkin that was he was crucified there was a about his head, not lying with garden; and in the garden a the linen clothes, but wrapped new sepulchre, wherein was together in a place by itself. never man yet laid.
8 Then went in also that 42 There laid they Jesus, other disciple, which came therefore, because of the Jews' first to the sepulchre, and he preparation-day ;k for the saw, and believed. sepulchre was nigh at hand. 9 For as yet they knew not i Whom they have pierced. Zec.xii
, 10. the scripture, that he must & Preparation, the day before the rise again from the dead. Sabbath.
He appeareth to Mary Chap. xx.
and his disciples. 10 Then the disciples went had seen the Lord, and that he away again unto their own had spoken these things unto home.
her. 11 I But Mary stood with- 19 | Then the same day at out at the sepulchre, weeping; evening, being the first day of and, as she wept, she stooped the week, when the doors were down, and looked into the se- shut, where the disciples were pulchre,
assembled for fear of the Jews, 12 And seeth two angels came Jesus, and stood in the in white sitting, the one at the midst, and saith unto them, head, and the other at the feet, Peace be unto you. where the body of Jesus had 20 And when he had so said, lain.
he shewed unto them his hands 13 And they say unto her,
and his side. Then were the Woman, why weepest thou ? disciples glad, when they saw She saith unto them, because the Lord. they have taken away my
21 Then said Jesus to them Lord, and I know not where again, Peace be unto you; as they have laid him.
Father hath sent me, even 14 And when she had thus
so send I
you. said, she turned herself back, 22 And when he had said and saw Jesus standing, and this, breathed on them, and knew not. that it was Jesus. saith unto them, Receive ye
15 Jesus saith unto her, the Holy Ghost; Woman, why weepest thou ? 23 Whosesoever sins ye rewhom seekest thou? She sup- mit, they are remitted unto posing him to be the gardener, them; and whosesoever sins saith unto him, Sir, if thou ye retain, they are retained. have borne him hence, tell me 24 ( But Thomas, one of where thou hast laid him, and the twelve, called Didymus, I will take him away.
was not with them when Jesus 16 Jesus saith unto her, came. Mary. She turned herself, 25 The other disciples, and saith unto him, Rabboni; therefore, said unto him, We which is to say, Master. have seen the Lord. But he
17 Jesus saith unto her, said unto them, Except I shall Touch me not; for I am not see in his hands the print of yet ascended to my Father; the nails, and put my finger but go to my brethren, and say into the print of the nails, and unto them, I ascend unto my thrust my hand into his side, Father, and
your Father; and I will not believe. to my God, and your God. 26 9 And after eight days,
18 Mary Magdalene came again his disciples were within, and told the disciples, that she and Thomas with them; then
S. John. Miracle of the fishes. came Jesus, the doors being them, I go a fishing. They say shut, and stood in the midst, unto him, We also go with and said, Peace be unto you. thee. They went forth, and
27 Then saith he to Thomas, entered into a ship immediateReach hither thy finger, & be- ly; and that night they caught hold my hands; and reach hi- nothing. ther thy hand, & thrust it into 4 But when the morning was my side; and be not faithless, now come, Jesus stood on the but believing
shore; but the disciples knew 28 And Thomas answered not that it was Jesus. and said unto him, My Lord, 5 Then Jesus saith unto and my God.
them, Children, have ye any 29 Jesus saith unto him, meat? They answered him, Thomas, because thou hast No. seen me thou hast believed; 6 And he said unto them, blessed are they that have not Cast the net on the right side seen, and yet have believed. of the ship, and ye shall find.
30 I And many other signs They cast, therefore ; and now truly did Jesus in the presence they were not able to draw it of his disciples, which are not for the multitude of fishes. written in this book :
rn Therefore that disciple 31 But these are written, whom Jesus loved saith unto that ye might believe, that Je- Peter, It is the Lord. Now sus is the Christ, the Son of when Simon Peter heard that God; and that believing ye it was the Lord, he girt his might have life through his fisher's coat unto him, (for he
was naked,) and did cast him
self into the sea. CHAP. XXI.
8 And the other disciples 1 Christ appeareth to his disci- came in a little ship; (for they
ples: 18 he foretelleth Peter's were not far from land, but as death.
it were two hundred cubits,) AFTER these things Jesus dragging the net with fishes. shewed himself again to the 9 As soon then as they were disciples at the sea of Tiberi- come to land, they saw a fire as; and on this wise shewed of coals there, and fish laid he himself.
thereon, and bread. 2 There were together Si- 10 Jesus saith unto them, mon Peter, and Thomas called Bring of the fish which ye Didymus, and Nathanael of have now caught. Cana in Galilee, and the sons 11 Simon Peter went up, & of Zebedee, and two other of drew the net to land full of his disciples.
great fishes, an hundred and 3 Sinon Peter saith unto fifty and three; and for all
The apostles assemble: Chap. xxi. Christ instructs them. there were so many, yet was
but when thou shalt be old, not the net broken.
thou shalt stretch forth thy 12 Jesus saith unto them, hands, and another shall gird Come and dine. And none of thee, and carry thee whither his disciples durst ask him, thou wouldest not. Who art thou ? knowing that
19 This spake he, signifyit was the Lord.
ing by what' death he should 13 Jesus then cometh, and glorify God. And, when he taketh bread, and giveth them, had spoken this, he saith unto and fish likewise.
him, Follow me. 14 This is now the third 20 Then Peter, turning time that Jesus shewed him- about, seeth the disciple whom self to his disciples, after that Jesus loved following; which he was risen from the dead. also leaned on his breast at
15 1 So when they had din- supper, and said, Lord, which ed, Jesus saith to Simon Peter, is he that betrayeth thee? Simon, son of Jonas, Lovest 21 Peter seeing him, saith thou me more than these ? He to Jesus, Lord, and what shall saith unto him, Yea, Lord; this man do? thou knowest that I love thee. 22 Jesus saith unto him, If He saith unto them, Feed my I will that he tarry till I
what is that to thee? follow 16 He saith to him again thou me. the second time, Simon, son of 23 Then went this saying Jonas, lovest thou mé ? He abroad among the brethren, saith unto him, Yea, Lord; that that disciple should not thou knowest that I love thee. die ; yet Jesus said not unto He saith unto him, Feed my him, He shall not die; but, If sheep.
I will that he tarry till I come, 17 He saith unto him the what is that to thee? third time, Simon, son of Jonas,
24 | This is the disciple lovest thou me ? Peter was
which testifieth ofthese things, grieved because he said unto and wrote these things; and him the third time, Lovest we know that his testimony is thou me? And he said unto true. him, Lord, thou knowest all 25 And there are also many things; thou knowest that I other things which Jesus did, love thee. Jesus saith unto the which, if they should be him, Feed my sheep.
written every one,
suppose 18 Verily, verily, I say un
that even the world itself could to thee, When thou wast young, not contain the books that thou girdest thyself, and walk should be written. Amen. edst whither thou wouldest;