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why hast thou forsaken me? Somesearth. I will mention the loving of them that stood there, when they kinanesses of the Lord, and the beard that, said, This man calleth praises of the Lord, according to all for Elias. And straightway one of that the Lord hath bestowed on us, them ran, and took a spunge, and and the great goodness towards thé filled it with vinegar, and put it on house of Israel, which he hath bea reed, and gave him to drink. The stowed on them, according to his rest said, Let be, let us see whether mercies, and according to the mulElias will come to save him. Jesus, titude of his loving kindnesses. For when he had cried again with a he said, Surely they are my people, loud voice, yielded up the ghost. children that will not lie: So he was And behold, the veil of the temple their Saviour. In all their affliction was rent in twain, from the top to he was afflicted, and the angel of the bottom; and the earth did his presence saved them': in his love quake, and the rocks rent; and the and in his pity he redeemed them, graves were opened; and many and be bare them, and carried them bodies of saints which slept, arose, all the days of old. But they reand came out of the graves after belled, and vexed his Holy Spirit: his resurrection, and went into the therefore he was turned to be their holy city, and appeared unto many enemy, and he fought against them. Now when the Centurion, and they Then he remembered the days of that were with him watching Jesus, old, Moses and his people, saying, saw the earthquake, and those Where is he that brought them up things that were done, they feared out of the sea, with the shepherd of Formator Goring, Truly this was the his fock? Where is he that put his

them by the right hand of Moses, Monday before Easter. with his glorious arm dividing the For the Epistle. Isaiah lxiü. 1. water before them, to make himself WHO is this that cometh from an everlasting name? That led them from Bozrah? this that is glorious wilderness, that they should not in his apparel, travelling in the stumble? As a beast goeth down greatness of his strength I that into the valley, the spirit of the speak in righteousness, mighty to Lord caused him to rest: so didst

Wherefore art thou. red in thou lead thy people, to make thythine apparel, and thy garments self a glorious name. Look down

like him that treadeth in the wine- from heaven, and behold from the Es fat? I have trodden the wine-press habitation of thy holiness, and of

alone, and of the people there was thy glory: Where is thy zeal, and none with me: for I will tread them thy strength, the sounding of thy in mine anger, and trample them bowels, and of thy mercies towards in my fury, and their blood shall be me ? are they restrained? Doubtsprinkled upon my garments, and I less thou art our Father, though will stain all my raiment. For the Abraham be ignorant of us, and day of vengeance is in mine heart, Israel acknowledge us not: thon, o and the year of my redeemed is Lord, art our Father, our Redeemcome. And I looked, and there er ¿ thy name is from everlasting. was none to help; and I wondered o Lord, why hast thou made us to that there was none to uphold: err from thy ways, and hardened therefore mine own arm brought our heart from thy fear ? Return, salvation unto me; and my fury it for thy servant's sake, the tribes of upheld me. And I will tread down thine inheritance. The people of the people in mine anges, and make thy holiness have possessed it bat

them drunk in my sury, and I will a little while: our adversaries have * bring down their strength to the trodden down thy sanctuary. Wo


are thine: thou never barest rule to the good man of the house, The over them; they were not called by Master saith, Where is the guests thy name.

chamber, where I shall eat the passThe Gospel. St. Mark xiv. 1. over with my disciples? And he will of the Passover, and of un- nished and prepared: there make

the a leavened bread: and the chief ready for us. And his disciples priests and the scribes sought how went forth, and came into the city, they might take him by craft, and and found as he had said unto them: put him to death. But they said, and they made ready the passover: Not on the feast day, lest there be And in the evening he cometh with! an uproar of the people. And being the twelve. And as they sal, and in Beihany, in the house of Simon did eat, Jesus said, Verily I say the leper, as he sat at meat, there unto you, one of you which eateth came a woman having an alabaster with me shall betray me. And they "box of ointment of spikenard, very began to be sorrowful, and to say precious; and she brake the box, unto him one by one, Is it? And and poured it on his head. And ancther said, Is it I? And he anthere were some that had indigna- swered and said unto them, It is one tion within themselves, and said, of the twelve that dippeth with me Why was this waste of the ointment in the dish. The Son of man indeed made? for it might have been sold goeth, as it is written of him: but for more than three hundred pence, wo to that man by whom the Son and have been given to the poor of man is betrayed: good were it And they murmured against her. for that man if he had never been And Jesus said, Let her alone: why born. And as they did eat, Jesus trouble ye hes ? she hath wrought took bread, and blessed, and brake å good work on me: For ye have it, and gave to them, and said, Take the poor with you always, and eat: this is my body. And he took whensoever ye will, ye may du them the cup, and when he had given good; but me ye have not always. thanks, he gave it to them: and She hath done what she could; she they all drank of it. And he said is come aforehand to anoint my unto them, This is my blood o the body to the burying. Verily I say new testament, which is shed for unto you, Wheresoever this gospel many. Verily I say unto you, shall be preached throughout the will drink no more of the fruit of whole world, this also that she hath the’ vine until that day that I drinks done shall be spoken of, for a me- it new in the kingdom of God. And morial of her. And Judas Iscariot, when they had sung an hymn, they one of the twelve, went unto the went out into the mount of Olives. chief priests, to betray him unto And Jesus saith unto them, All ye them. And when they heard it, chall be offended because of me this they were glad, and promised to night: for it is written, I will smite give him money. And he sought the shepherd, and the sheep shall how he might conveniently betray be scattered.' But after that I am him. And the first day of unleaven-risen, I will go before you into Ga. ed brcad, when they killed the pass- lilee. But Peter said unto him, Alover, his disciples said unto him, though all shall be offended, yet Where wilt tho'i that we go and will not I. And Jesus saith unto prepare, that thou mayest eat the him, Verily I say unto thee, that passover ?' And he sendeth forth this day, even in this night, before two of his disciples, and saith unto the cock crow twice, thou shalt them, Go ye into the city; and there deny me thrice. But he spake the shall meet you'a man bearing a more vehemently, If I shou!d die pitcher of water: follow him. And with thee, I will not deny thee in wheresoever he shall go in, say yalany wise. Likewise also said they

words and with staves to take me ?ishe saw Peter warming himself

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Master, Master; and kissed him. death,
that stood by drew a sword, and Prophesy. And the servants did
and took him. And one of them buffet him, and to say unto him,
swered and said unto them, Are yesthe palace, there cometh one of the

coine out as against a thief, with maids of the high priest; and when

man of the bread all. And they came to a place which I was daily with you in the temple, , Where in this

was named Gethsemane: and he teaching, and ye took me not; bui ere I shall eat the

saith to his disciples, Sit ye here, the scriptures must be fulfilled. while I pray. And he taketh with And they all forsook him, and fled.

him Peter, and James, and John, And there followed him a certair. arge upper rien

and began to be sore amazed, and young man, having a linen cloth to be very heavy; and saith unto cast about his naked body; and the

them, My soul is exceeding sorrow, young men laid hold on him. And nd came into the

ful unto death : tarry ye here and he left the linen cloth, and fled from he had said not

watch., And he went forward a them naked. And they led Jesus He ready the past


, and fell on the ground, and away to the high priest: and with

prayed, that, if it ivere possible, the him were assembled all the chief And as they

hour might pass from him. And priests, and the elders, and the he said, Abba, Father, all things are scribes. And Peter followed him possible unto thee: take away this afar of, even into the palace of the cup from me: nevertheless, not high priest: and he sat with the ser what I will, but what thou wilt. vants and warmed himself at the And he cometh, and findeth them are. And the chief priest, and all

sleeping, and 'saith unto Peter, the council, sought for witness

Simon, sleepest thou? couldest not against Jesus to put him to death; that dippedhe thou watch one hour? Watch ye and found none. (For many bare

and pray, lest ye enter into temp- false witness against him, but their

lation; the spirit truly is ready, but witness agreed not together.) And ayed: good and went away, and prayed, and spake witness against him, saying, We the same words. And

when he re- heard him say, I will destroy this tumed, he found thein asleep again temple that is made with hands, and (for their eyes were heavy ;) neither within three days I will build anwist they what to answer him. And other made without hands. But he coineth the third time, and saith neither so did their witness agree totento them, Sleep on now, and take gether. And the high priest

stood your rest: it is enough, the hour is in the midst, and asked Jesus, saytrayed into the hands of sinners. is it which these witness against up, let us go; lo, he that be- thee? But he held his peace, and an

And im- swered nothing. Again the high mediately, while he yet spake, priest asked him, and said unto him, cometh Judas, one of the twelye, Art thou the Christ, the Son of the and with hin a great multitude, with Blessed? And Jesus said, I am, and priests, and the scribes, and the el- the right hand of power, and coming riven them a token, saying, Whom- high priest rent his clothes, and take him and lead him away safely. Witnesses ? ye have heard the blas

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she looked upon him, and said, And The Gospel. St. Mark thou also wast with Jesus of Naza ND straightway in not, neither understand I what thou sultation with the elders ane sayest. And he went out into the and the whole council, an porch; and the cock crow. And a Jesus, and carried him an maid saw him again, and began to delivered him to Pilate. say to them that stood by, This is lase asked him, Art thou t one of them. And he denied it of the Jews? And he answer again. And a little after, they that unto him, Thou sayest it. stood by said again to Peter, Sure-chief priests accused him o ly thou art one of them ; for thou things: but he answered nart a Galilean, and thy speech And Pilate asked him agai greeth thereto.' But he began tofing, Answerest thou nothing curse and to swear, saying, I know hold how many things they v not this man of whom ye spcak. against thee, But Jesus yet ar And the second time the cock crew. ed nothing: so that Pilate m And Peter called to mind the word led. Now at that feast he rel that Jesus said unto him, Before the unto them one prisoner, who cock crow twice, thou shalt deny ever they desired. And there me thrice. And when he thought one numed Barabbas, which thereon he wept.

bound with them that had mac surrection with him, who had

mitted murder in the insurrect Tuesday before Easter. And the multitude, crying alFor the Epistle. Isaiah l. 5. began to desire luim to do as he THE Lord God hath opened mine ever done unto them. But PT

ear, and I was not rebellious, answered them, saying, Will neither turned away back. gave that I rclease unto you the King my back to the smiters, and my the Jews? (For he knew that cheeks to them that plucked off the chief priests had delivered him hair: I hid not my face from shame envy.) But the chief priests mox and spitting. For the Lord God the people, that he should rath will help me, therefore shall I not be release Barabbas unto them. Az confounded; therefore have I set Pilate answered, and said aga my face like a flint, and I know that unto them, What will ye then thI shall not be ashamed. He is near I shall do unto him whom ve ca that justifieth me; who will contend the King of the Jews? And the with me? let us stand together; cried out again, Crucify hin who is mine adversary ? let him Then Pilate said unto them, Why come near to me. Behold, the Lord what evil hath he done? And the God will help me; who is he that cried out the more exceedingly shall condemn me? Lo, they all Crucify him. And so Pilate, will shall was old as a garment: the ing to content the people, released moth shall eat them up. Who is Barabbas unto them; and delivered among you that feareth the Lord, Jesus, when he had scourged him, that obeveth the voice of his servant, to be crucified. And the soldiers that walketh in darkness, and hath led him away into the hall, called wa light ? let him trust in the name Pretorium; and they called together of the Lord, and stay upon his God. the whole band. And they clothed Behold, all ye that kindle a fire, him with purple, and platted : thatcompass yourselves about with crown of thorns, and put it about sparks; walk in the night of your his head, and began to-salute hum, fire, and in the sparks that ye have Hail, King of the Jews. And they kindled. This shall ye hate of mine smote him on the head with a reed hand. ye shall lie down in surrow, land did spit upon him, and boring


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their knees worshipped him. And ghost. And the veil of the temple

when they had mocked him they was rent in twain, from the top to e ela el presents took of the purple from him, and the bottom:. And when the cen. ei hellere put his own clothes on him, and he turion, which stood over against

compel one Simon, a Cyrenian, wno gave up the ghost, he said, Truly carried him away niin to Pilze bi parsed by coining out of the coun- this man was the Son of God. un, Art then we are the father of Alexander and

Wednesday before Easter. And they

The Epistle. Heb. ix. 16. bring him unto the place food tha: WHERE a testament is there place or 'a skull. And they gave death of the testator: for a testa.

him to drink wine mingled with ment is of force after men are dead; a kehormatan no

when they had crucified him, they whilst the testator liveth. Where

parted his garments, casting lots so that Pilse ste take. And it was the third hour, when Moses had spoken every preupon them, what every man should upon, neither the first testament

was dedicated without blood. For that feast here and they crucified him. And the cept to all the people, according to superscription of his accusation the law,

he took the blood of calves was written over, THE KING OF and of goats, with water, and scar; THE JEWS. And with him they let wool, and hyssop, and sprinkled erucify two thieves; the one on his both the book, and all the people, right hand, and the other on his left. saying, This is the blood of the tes that passed by railed on him, wag-nacle, and all the vessels of the

ging their heads, and saying, Ah, ministry. And almost all things are anto you the best thou that destroyest the temple, and by the low purged with blood; and

buildest it in three days, save thy- without shedding of blood is no reself

, and come down from the cross. mission. It was therefore necessary e chief priester Likewise also the chief priests that the patterns of things in the at he shock 2, mocking, said among themselves, heavens should be purified with as unto then with the scribes, He saved others, these; but the heavenly things

the King of Israel descend now from than these. For Christ is not enter

that we may see and be- ed into the holy places made with liere. And they that were crucified hands, which are the figures of the with him reviled him. And when true; but into heaven itsell, now to the sixth hour was come, there was

appear in the presence of God for darkness over the whole land, until us: nor yet that he should offer him

the ninth hour. And at the ninth self often, as the high priest enter• and so Pilates hour, a ,

, God, my God, vliy hast thou for- foundation of the world) but now saken me? And some of them that

once, in the end of the world, hath they , sin by Fan and filled a spunge full of vine-appointed unto men once to die, but

and put it on a reed, and gave after this the judgment: 80 Christ pas see whether Elias will come to mary; and unto them that look for lake him down. And Jesus cried him shall he appear the second ame, with a loud voice, and gave up thelwithout sin, unto salvation.

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