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s 3.22. For Moses truly said unto the Fathers,

Prophet shall the Lord your God raise up unto you of your brethren like unto me, bim shall ye bear

in all things whatsoever he fhall say unto you. Joho 15.15. Henceforth I call you not servants,

for the servant knoweth not what his Lord doth, but I have called you friends ; for all things

I that I have heard of my Father I have made

known unto you. John 3.11. This beginning of miracles did Fejus

in Cena of Galilee, and manifested forth his Glory, and his Disciples beleeved on him. V.23. Now when he was at Ferusalem at the - Paßover in the Feast day ; many beleeved in

his name wben they faro the miracles which he John 6.14. Then those men when they had seen

the miracle that fefus did, said, this is of a * Trutb, that Prophet that should come into the

world. John 10.41. And many resorted unto him and Said, fohn did no miracle, but all things that

Fohn pake of this man were trke. - John 15.24. if i had not done among them the

works which no other man did, they had nos had fun, but now bave they both seen and hated both

Father. John 5.36. But I have greater witneß than that of

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he believed not, the works that I do inn

thers name, they bear witnefse of me. V.37. If I do not the works of my Father, be

. V.38. But if I do, though ye beleeve mar beleeve the works, that ye may know and bed of the

that the Father is in me and I in him. John 14.11. Beleeve me that I am in the FF Prieh. and ihe Father in me, or else beleeve mal 1.48

! the very works fake. Acts 2.22. Te men of Israel, hear these me Same

Fesus of Nazareth, a man approved of V.49. among you by miracles and wonders

, and said, which God did by him in the midst of you. 7.50 your felves also know.

fore How he Died; Being betrayed by 14 V.se. forlaken by his Disciples, scorned and rejes of the by the World, through the malicious projet Disc tion of the Jews, and unjust sentence of Pila. V.57. was Condemned to be Crucified; and be lima tormented by his persecutors, and having com Scribe Aisted wich che Terrors of Death, and felte, V 59. born Gods wrach ; He endured che paint all the thimeful, and cursed death of the Crofse; the fuss

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- Matth.26.3. Then asembled together the Chief

Priests, and the Scribes, and the Elders of the
People, unto the Palace of the High Priest, who
was called Caiaphas.
V.4. And Consulted that they might take felus

by subtilty, and kill him.
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, of the twelve came, and with him a great multitude, witla (words, and staves, from the chief Priests, and

Elders of the people, V.48. Now he that betrayed him, gave thema

figne, Saying, whomsoever I shall kifle, that Same is he, hold bim fast. V:49. And forthwith be came to Fefees

, and said, Hail Master, and killed him. V.5°. And Fejus said unto him, Friend, whereføre art thou come ? then came then and laid bands on Fesus, arid took him. V.56. Bist this was done that the Scriptures of the Prophets might be fulfilled: then all the Disciples for sook him, and

fléd. V.57. And then that laid kold on Fesus, led him away to Cai phas the high Priest, where the

Scribes and the Elders were asembled. V 59. Now the Chief Priests, and Elders, and

all the Councill fought false witnesse againf Fres sus, to put him to death. V.60. But found none, yea, though many false witneßis came, yet found they none; at the last came two falfs witnesses,

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V.61. And said, this fellow said, I am able to destroy the Temple of God, and to build it is

three days. Mark 14.61, But he held his peace and answered

nothing; again the High Priest asked him, and said unto him, art thou the Christ, the Son of the bksed? V.62; And Fesus said I am, and ye shall see the

Son of Man fitting on the right hand of Power,

and coming in the Clouds of Heaven. V.63. Then the High Priest rent his clothes, and

faith, what need we any further wit Belles ? V.64. Te have heard the blafphemy, what think ye ? and they all condemned him to be guilty of

death. Mac. 26.67. Then did they spit in his face, and

buffeted him, and others smote him with the palmes of their hands. V.68. Saying, Prophecy unto us, thou Chrift

, who is he that (mote thee. Luke 22.65. And many other things blafphemou

Ny pake they against him. Mat

. 27.1. When the morning was come, all the chief Priests, and Elders of the people took Cauncel against Fefus, how to put him to death. V.2. And when they had bound him, they led him away,

and delivered him to Pontius Pilat the Governour. V.17. Therefore when they were gathered together, Pilate said unto them, whom will ye that

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I release unto you ? Barabbas, or fefus which is called Christ? V.20. But the chief Priests, and Elders perswaded the multitude, that they should ask Barábbas and destroy Felus, V.22. Pilat saith unto them, what shall I do then

with Fesus, which is called Christ? they all said unto him, let him be crucified. V.23. And the Governour said, why, what evil hath he done ? but they cried out the more,

saying, let him be crucified. Luke 23:23. And they were instant with loud

voices requiring, that he might be crucified, and the voices of them, and of the cheif Priests

prevailed. Mat.27.27. Then the souldiers of the Governour

took Fesus into the common Hall, and gathered anto them the whole band of Souldiers. V.28. And they stripped him, and put on him

A Scarlet robe. V.29. And when they had platted a Crown of

Thorxes, they put it upon his head, and a reed in his right hand: and they bowed the knee before him ; and mocked bim, and said, Hail King of the Fews. V.30. And they spit upon him, and took the

reed and smote him on the head. Mark.15.15. And so Pilat willing to content the

people, released Barabbas unto them, and de-
livered Fesus, where he had scourged him to be
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