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and the scripture cannot be bro- || he whom thou lovest, is sick. ken,
4 When Jesus heard that, he 36 Say ye of him, whom the said, This sickness is not unto Father hath sanctified, and sent death, but for the glory of God, into the world, Thou blasphem. that the Son of God might be est; because I said, I am the Il glorified thereby. Son of God?
5 Now Jesus loved Martha, and 37 If I do not the works of my her sister, and Lazarus. Father, believe me not. || 6 When he had heard, there.
38 But if I do, though ye be- fore, that he was sick, he abode lieve not me, believe the works; two days still in the same place that ye may know, and believe, | where he was. that the Father is in me, and I 7 Then after that saith he to in him.
bis disciples, Let us go into Ju39 Therefore they sought || dea again. again to take him : but he es || 8 His disciples say unto him, caped out of their hand, Master, the Jews of late sought 40 And went away again be- to stone thee, and goest thou yond Jordan, into the place thither again? where John at first baptized ; || 9 Jesus answered, Are there and there he abode.
not twelve hours in the day? 41 And many resorted unto | If any man walk in the day, he him, and said, John did no mi. || stumbleth not, because he seeth racle ; but all things that John the light of this world : spake of this man, were true. 10 But if a man walk in the
42 And many believed on him night, he stumbleth, because there.
there is no light in him.
11 These things said he : and CHAP. XI.
after that he saith unto them,
Our friend Lazarus sleepeth ; LAZARUS RAISED.
but I go, that I may awake him NOW a certain man was sick, 1 out of sleep. named Lazarus, of Bethany, the 12 Then said his disciples, town of Mary and her sister Lord, if he sleep, he shall do Martha.
well. 2 (It was that Mary which || 13 Howbeit, Jesus spake of his anointed the Lord with oint death: but they thought that he ment, and wiped his feet with || had spoken of taking of rest in her hair, whose brother Lazarus || sleep. was sick.) :
14 Then said Jesus unto them 3 Therefore his sisters sent | plainly, Lazarus is dead: unto him, saying, Lord, behold, 15 And I am glad for your sakes, that I was not there, to which should come into the the intent ye may believe; ne- || world. vertheless, let us go unto him. | 28 And when she had so said,
16 Then said Thomas, which she went her way, and called is called Didymus, unto his fel- | Mary her sister secretly, saylow-disciples, Let us also go,ing, The Master is come, and that we may die with him. calleth for thee.
17 Then, when Jesus came, 29 As soon as she heard that, he found that he had lain in the she arose quickly, and came grave four days already.
unto him. 18 (Now Bethany was nigh: 30 Now Jesus was not yet come unto Jerusalem, about fifteen into the town, but was in that furlongs off.)
place where Martha met him. 19 And many of the Jews came 31 The Jews then which were to Martha and Mary, to comfort with her in the house, and comthem concerning their brother. forted her, when they saw Mary
20 Then Martha, as soon as she that she rose up hastily, and heard that Jesus was coming, | went out, followed her, saying, went and met him: but Mary She goeth unto the grave to sat still in the house.
weep there. 21 Then said Martha unto 32 Then when Mary was come Jesus, Lord, if thou hadst been where Jesus was, and saw him, here, my brother had not died. she fell down at his feet, saying
22 But I know, that even now, unto him, Lord, if thou hadst whatsoever thou wilt ask of been here, my brother had not God, God will give it thee. died.
23 Jesus saith unto her, Thy33 When Jesus therefore saw brother shall rise again. her weeping, and the Jews also
24 Martha saith unto him, I weeping which came with her, know that he shall rise again in he groaned in the spirit, and the resurrection at the last day. was troubled;
25 Jesus said unto her, I am 34 And said, Where have ye the resurrection and the life : laid him? They said unto him, he that believeth in me, though Lord, come and see. he were dead, yet shall he: 35 Jesus wept. live:
| 36 Then said the Jews, Be. 26 And whosoever liveth, and hold how he loved him! believeth in me, shall never die. | 37 And some of them said, Believest thou this?
|| Could not this man, which 27 She saith unto him, Yea, opened the eyes of the blind, Lord : I believe that thou art have caused that even this man the Christ, the Son of God, should not have died ?
38 Jesus therefore,again groan- || 47 Then gathered the chief ing in himself, cometh to the || priests and the Pharisees a grave. It was a cave, and a stone || council, and said, What do we? lay upon it.
for this man doeth many mira39 Jesus said, Take ye away cles. the stone. Martha, the sister of ||
|| 48 If we let him thus alone, him that was dead, saith unto | all men will believe on him ; him, Lord, by this time he || and the Romans shall come, stinketh; for he hath been dead || | and take away both our place four days.
and nation. 40 Jesus saith unto her, Said 49 And one of them, named I not unto thee, that, if thou | Caiaphas, being the high priest wouldest believe, thou should- | that same year, said unto them, est see the glory of God? Ye know nothing at all;
41 Then they took away the 50 Nor consider that it is exstone from the place where the pedient for us, that one man dead was laid. And Jesus lifted | should die for the people, and up his eyes, and said, Father, I that the whole nation perish thank thee that thou hast heard | not. me :
51 And this spake he not of 42 And I knew that thou hear himself: but being high priest est me always : but because of that year, he prophesied that the people which stand by, IJesus should die for that na. said it, that they may believe tion: that thou hast sent me.
| 52 And not for that nation 43 And when he thus had spo only, but that also he should ken, he cried with a loud voice, gather together in one the chil. Lazarus, come forth.
dren of God that were scattered 44 And he that was dead came abroad. forth, bound hand and foot with 53 Then, from that day forth, grave clothes : and his face was they took counsel together for bound about with a napkin. || to put him to death. Jesus saith unto them, Loose 54 Jesus, therefore, walked no him, and let him go.
more openly among the Jews : 45 Then many of the Jews but went thence unto a country which came to Mary, and had near to the wilderness, into seen the things which Jesus did, a city called Ephraim, and believed on him.
| there continued with his disci46 But some of them went I ples.
Il 55 And the Jews' passover told them what things Jesus had was nigh at hand : and many done.
Il went out of the country up to VOL. IV.
CHRIST FOR ETELLETH HIS
Jerusalem before the passover, he was a thief, and had the bag, to purify themselves.
and bare what was put therein. 56 Then sought they for Jesus, | 7 Then said Jesus, Let her and spake among themselves, | alone: against the day of my as they stood in the temple, burying hath she kept this. What think ye ? that he will 8 For the poor always ye have not come to the feast?
with you ; but me ye have not 57 Now both the chief priests always. and the Pharisees had given a 9 Much people of the Jews, commandment, that, if any man therefore, knew that he was knew where he were, he should there; and they came, not for shew it, that they might take Jesus' sake only, but that they him.
might see Lazarus also, whom
he had raised from the dead. CHAP. XII.
10 But the chief priests consulted that they might put La
zarus also to death; DEATH.
11 Because, that by reason of THEN Jesus, six days before him, many of the Jews went the passover, came to Bethany, away, and believed on Jesus. where Lazarus was, which had | 12 On the next day, much been dead, whom he raised from people that were come to the the dead. .
feast, when they heard that Jesus 2 There they made him a sup was coming to Jerusalem, per, and Martha served :, but 13 Took branches of palmLazarus was one of them that trees, and went forth to meet sat at the table with him. him, and cried, Hosanna; Bless
3 Then took Mary a pound of ed is the King of Israel, that ointment of spikenard, very | cometh in the name of the Lord. costly, and anointed the feet 14 And Jesus, when he had of Jesus, and wiped his feet || found a young ass, sat thereon: with her hair: and the house as it is written, . was filled with the odour of the 15 Fear not, daughter of Sion : ointment.
behold, thy King cometh, sit. 4 Then saith one of his disci- || ting on an ass's colt. ples, Judas Iscariot, Simon's || 16 These things understood son, which should betray him, not his disciples at the first:
5 Why was not this ointment but when Jesus was glorified, sold for three hundred pence, then remembered they, that and given to the poor?
these things were written of 6 This he said, not that he him, and that they had done cared for the poor; but because these things unto him.
17 The people, therefore, that| 27 Now is my soul troubled; was with him when he called and what shall I say? Father, Lazarus out of his grave, and save ne from this hour: but for raised him from the dead, bare this cause came I unto this record.
hour. 18 For this cause the people 28 Father, glorify thy name. also met him, for that they heard Then came there a voice from that he had done this miracle. heaven, saying, I have both glo
19 The Pharisees, therefore, rified it, and will glorify it said among themselves, Per- || again. ceive ye how ye prevail nothing? | 29 The people, therefore, that behold, the world is gone after stood by, and heard it, said, That him.
it thundered: others said, An 20 And there were certain angel spake to him. Greeks among them, that came 30 Jesus answered and said, up to worship at the feast: This voice came not, because
21 The same came, therefore, of me, but for your sakes. to Philip, which was of Beth. 31 Now is the judgment of saida of Galilee, and desired this world: now shall the prince him, saying, Sir, we would see of this world be cast out.
32 And I, if I be lifted up 22 Philip cometh, and telleth from the earth, will draw all Andrew; and again, Andrew men unto me. and Philip tell Jesus.
33 (This he said, signifying 23 And Jesus answered them, what death he should die.) saying, The hour is come, that 34 The people answered hini, the Son of man should be glori- || We have heard out of the law, fied.
that Christ abideth for ever : 24 Verily, verily, I say unto and how sayest thou, The Son you, Except a corn of wheat of man must be lifted up? Who fall into the ground, and die, it is this Son of man? abideth alone; but if it die, it 35 Then Jesus said unto them, bringeth forth much fruit. Yet a little while is the light
25 He that loveth his life, shall with you: walk while ye have lose it; and he that hateth his | the light, lest darkness come life in this world, shall keep it upon you: for he that walketh unto life eternal.
in darkness, knoweth not whi. 26 If any man serve me, let ther he goeth... him follow me; and where I am, 36 While ye have light, be. there shall also my servant be: | lieve in the light, that ye may if any man serve me, him will be the children of light. These my Father honour.
things spake Jesus, and depart