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MARK XV. Arimathea, named Joseph, the preparation, that is, the
who also himself was Jesus' day before the sabbath,) 58 disciple. He went to Pilate, 43 Joseph of Arimathea, an and begged the body of Je- honourable counsellor, which
Then Pilate command- also waited for the kingdom ed the body to be delivered. of God, came, and went in 59 And when Joseph had taken boldly unto Pilate, and crav
the body, he wrapped it in 44 ed the body of Jesus. And 60 a clean linen cloth, and laid Pilate marvelled, if he were
it in his own new tomb, which already dead; and calling he had hewn out in the rock ; unto hin the centurion, he and be rolled a great stone asked him whether he had
to the door of the sepulchre, 45 been any while dead. And 61 and departed. And there when he knew it of the cen
was Mary Magdalene, and turion, he gave the body to the other Mary, sitting over 46 Joseph. And he bought against the sepulchre.
fine linen, and took him down, and wrapped him in the linen ; and laid him in a sepulchre which was hewn out of a rock; and rolled a
stone unto the door of the 47 sepulchre. And Mary Mag
dalene and Mary the mother of Joses beheld where he was laid.
MATTHEW XXVII. Now the next day, that followed the day of the preparation, the chief priests and Pharisees came togeth63 er unto Pilate, saying ; Sir, we remember that that de
ceiver said, while he was yet alive ; After three days 64 I will rise again. Command therefore that the sepulchre
be made sure until the third day, lest his disciples come
JOHN XIX. 51 good man, and a just, (thel of Jesus, but secretly for
same had not consented to fear of the Jews) besought the counsel and deed of Pilate, that he might take them,) of Arimathea, a city away the body of Jesus; of the Jews, who also him- and Pilate gave him leave.
self waited for the king- He came therefore and took 52 dom of God; this man went 39 the body of Jesus. And
unto Pilate, and begged the there came also Nicodemus, 53 body of Jesus. And he (which at the first came to
took it down, and wrapped Jesus by night) and brouglit it in linen, and laid it in a a mixture of myrrh and sepulchre that was hewn in aloes, about a hundred pound
stone, wherein never man 40 weight. Thien took they 54 before was laid. And that the body of Jesus, and wound day was the
the preparation, it in linen clothes with the and the sabbath drew on. spices, as the manner of the
And the women also, 41 Jews is to bury. Now in which came with him from the place where he was cruGalilee, followed after, and cified, there was a garden, beheld the sepulchre, and and in the garden a new
how his body was laid. sepulchre, wherein was nev56 And they returned, and pre- 42 er man yet laid. There
pared spices and ointments; laid they Jesus therefore, and rested the sabbath-day, because of the Jews' prepaccording to the command- aration-day, for the sepulment.
chre was nigh at hand.
MATTHEW XXVII. and steal him away, and say unto the people ; He is ris
en from the dead ; so the last error shall be worse than 65 the first. Pilate said unto them; Ye have a watch ; 66 go your way, make it as sure as ye can. So they went,
and made the sepulchre sure, sealing the stone and setting a watch.
TO THE ASCENSION OF JESUS.
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MARK XVI. 1 In the end of the sabbath, i And when the sabbath was
as it began to dawn toward past, Mary Magdalene, and the first day of the week, Mary the mother of James,and caine Mary Magdalene, and Salome, had bought sweet
the other Mary, to see the spices, that they might come 2 sepulchre. And, behold, 2 and anoint him. And very there a great earth
early in the morning, the first quake; for the angel of the day of the week, they came Lord descended from heav
unto the sepulchre, at the en, and came and rolled 3 rising of the sun.
And they back the stone from the said among themselves; Who 3 door, and sat upon it. His shall roll us away the stone
countenance was like light- from the door of the sepulning, and his raiment wbite 4 chre ? And when they lookAnd for fear of
ed they saw that the stone him the keepers did shake, was rolled away ; for it was
and became as dead men. 5 very great. And entering 5 And the angel answered into the sepulchre, they saw
and said unto the women; a young man sitting on the Fear not ye; for I know right side, clothed in a long
that ye seek Jesus, which white garment; and they 6 was crucified.
He is not 6 were affrighted. And he here ; for he is risen, as he saith unto them; Be not
said. Come, see the place affrighted ; ye seek Jesus of 7 where the Lord lay. And Nazareth, which was cruci
go quickly, and tell his dis- fied; he is risen, he is not ciples that he is risen from here; behold the place where the dead ; and, behold, he 7 they laid him. goeth before you into Gali- way, tell his disciples and lee; there shall
Peter, that he goeth before 8 lo, I have told you. '
you into Galilee; there shall
But go your
ye see him
TO THE ASCENSION OF JESUS.
JOHN XX. Now upon the first day of 1 The first day of the week the week, very early in the cometh Mary Magdalene earmorning, they came unto the ly, when it was yet dark, unsepulchre, bringing the spices to the sepulchre; and seeth which they had prepared ; the stone taken away from
and certain others with them. 2 the sepulchre. . Then she 2 And they found the stone runneth, and cometh to Si
rolled away from the sepul- mon Peter, and to the other 3 chre; and they entered in, disciple, whom Jesus loved,
and found not the body of and saith unto them ; They 4 the Lord Jesus. And it have taken away the Lord
came to pass, as they were out of the sepulchre, and we much perplexed thereabout, know not where they have · behold, two men stood by laid him.
them in shining garments. 5 And as they were afraid, and bowed down their faces to the earth, they said unto
them; Why seek ye the liv6 ing among the dead? He is
not here, but is risen. Remember how he spake unto
you when he was yet in Gal7 ilee, saying ; The Son of
man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, and
be crucified, and the third 8 day rise again. And
they remembered his words; 9 and returned from the sepulchre, and told all these
MARK XVI. they departed quickly from ye see him, as he said unto the sepulchre with fear and 8 you. And they went out, and great joy, and did run to bring fied from the sepulchre; for his disciples word.
they -trembled, and were amazed, neither said they any thing to any man; for they were afraid.
JOHN XX. Then arose Peter, and ran 3 Peter therefore went forth, unto the sepulchre, and stoop- and that other disciple, and ing down, he beheld the lin- 4 came to the sepulchre.
4 . So en clothes laid by themselves; they ran both together; and and went home, wondering the other disciple did outrun at that which was come to Peter, and came first to the pass.
5 sepulchre. And he stooping down, and looking in, saw
the linen clothes lying ; yet 6 went he not in. Then com
eth Simon Peter following him, and went into the sep
ulchre, and seeth the linen 7 clothes lie, and the napkin
JOHN XX. Now, when Jesus was risen (11 But Mary stood without at early, the first day of the the sepulchre weeping. And week, he appeared first to as she wept she stooped Mary Magdalene, out of down and looked into the whom he had cast seven dev- 12 sepulchre, and seeth two anils.
gels in white, sitting, the one at the head, and the other at
the feet, where the body of 13 Jesus had lain. And they say
unto her ; Woman, why weepest thou? She saith unto
Because they have taken away my Lord, and I
know not where they have 14 laid him. When she had
thus said, she turned herself