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The centurion's confession. MARK, XVI. Christ riseth from the dead. 34 And at the ninth hour Jesus A. D. 33. Mary the mother of James, and Sacried with a loud voice, saying,

lome, had bought sweet spices, b Eloi, s Eloi, lama sabachthani?

s Ps.22.1,

that they might come and anoint which is being interpreted, My

him. God, my God, why hast thou forsa-lt Ps.42.9.

| 2 And very early in the morning, ken met


the first day of the week, they 35 And some of them that stood by, La.1.12. . came unto the sepulchre at the when they heard it, said, Behold,

rising of the sun. he calleth Elias.

Tu Ps.69.21. | 3 And they said among themselves, 36 And one ran and filled a sponge

Who shall roll us away the stone full of vinegar, and put it on a reed, VM

from the door of the sepulchre ? and gave u him to drink. saving. 11.2.46. 4 And when they looked, they Let alone : let us see whether

her Jno. 19.30.

saw that the stone was rolled Elias will come to take hin down. 20 Ps.35.11.

away, for it was very great. 37 And v Jesus cried with a loud

5 And entering ini the sepulchre, voice, and gave up the ghost. Ir Lu.8.23. they saw a young man sitting on the 38 And the veil of the temple was

right side, clothed in a long white rent in twain, from the top to the y Lu.2.25.38. garment, and they were affrighted bottom.

16 And he saith unto them, Be not 39 T And when the centurion, z ch.16.3,4. aflrighted : Ye seek Jesus of Nazawhich stood over against him, saw

reth, which was crucified: he is that he so cried out, and gave up (CHAP. 16.) risen;c he is not hero: behold the the ghost, he said, Truly this man

place where they laid him. was the Son of God.

a Mat.28.1, 17 But go your way,teil his disci. 40 There were also women look

&c. ples and Peter that he goeth being on afar w off; among whom was

Lu.244.1,&c. fore you into Galilee: there shall Mary Magdalene, and Mary the


ye see him, as he said unto you. mother of James the less and of


| 8 And they went out quickly, and Joses, and Salome;

fled from the sepulchre ; for they 41 (Who also, when he was in

trembled and were amazed : Galilee, followed him, and minis- b Lu.23.56. neither said they any thing to any tered x unto him :) and many other

man; for they were afraid. women which came up with him c Ps.71.20. 9. Now when Jesus was risen unto Jerusalem.

early the first day of the week, he 12 1 And now when the even was a Lu.24.13. appeared first to Mary Magdalene, come, because it was the prepara

out of whom he had cast seven tion, that is, the day before the

e Lu.21.36.

devils. sabbath,

iCo, 15.5.

10 And she went and told them 43 Joseph of Arimathea, an ho- 1 or.

1 or, together.

that had been with him, as they nourable counsellor, which also

mourned and wept. waited y for the kingdom of God, f Lu.24.25. 11 And they, when they had heard came, and went in boldly unto

that he was alive, and had been Pllate, and craved the body of & Mat.28.19. seen of her, believed not.

Jno.20.21. | 12 T After that he appeared in 44 And Pilate marvelled if he were

another form unto two d of them, already dead; and calling unto h Ro, 10.18.

as they walked, and went into the him the centurion, he asked him rion he goed him Col.1.23.

country. whether he had been any while i Jno.3.18,36.

13 And they went and told it unto dead.

the residue; neither believed they

Ac. 16.3115 And when he knew it of the


them. centurion, he gave the body to

Ro.10.9. 14 T Afterward he è appeared unJoseph.

1 Pe.3.21. to the eleven as they sat lat meat, 16 And he bought fine linen, and

and upbraided them with their untook him down, and wrapped him 'k Jno. 12.48. belieff and hardness of heart, bein the the linen, and laid him in a 2 Th.2.12. cause they believed not them which sepulchre which was hewn out of

had seen him after he was risen. a rock, and rolled a stone 2 unto

15 And he said unto them, Gog ye the door of the sepulchre.


into all the world, and preach the 17 And Mary Magdalene and Mary


gospel to every creature.h the mother of Joses beheld where

16 lei that believeth, and is he was laid.


baptized, shall be saved; but CHAPTER XVI.

m Ac.2.4. hek that believeth not, shall be 1 An angel declareth the resurrection 10.46. damned. of Christ to three women: 9 he ap- 1C0.12.10, 17 And these signs shall follow peareth to Mary Magdalene, etc.,

28. them that believe: In myl name 19 his ascension into heaven; the

shall they cast out devils; they gospel is preached, etc.

n Lu. 10.19.

shall speakm with new tongues ;

Ac.28.5. AND when a the sabbath was

| 18 They shall take up serpents; n

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Luke's preface.

LUKE I. Conception of John Baptist. it shall not hurt them; they o shall A.D. 33. sat q on the right hand of God. lay hands on the sick, and they

20 And they went forth, and shall recover.

O Ac.5.15, 16. preached every where, the Lordr 19 9 So then p after the Lord P Ac. 1.2,3. Working with them, and confirmhad spoken unto them, he was a Ps.110.1. ling the word with signs

ing the word with signs following

ir Ac.5. 12. received up into heaven, and I' A


The GOSPEL according to ST. LUKE.

A. M. 3998.... B. C. 6....Julian Period, 1708....Cycle of the Sun, 4.... Moon, 15.... Do

m ucal Letter, C.


A. M. 3998, 12 And when Zacharias saw him, 1 Luke's preface. 5 The conception the sixth he was troubled, n and fear fell

of John Baptist 26 and of Christ. year before upon him. 57 The nativity and circumcision

the account | 13 But the angel said unto him, of John 67 The prophesy of Za

called Anno Fear not. Zacharias: for thy praver charis.


is heard ; and thy wife Elisabeth DVORASMUCH as many have tak

shall bear thee a son, and thou

a Jno. 15.27. T en in hand to set furit in order

slalt call his name John.o

lle.2.3. a declaration of those things which

IPe 5.1.

14 And thou shalt have joy and are most surely believed among us, 2 Pe. 1.16. gladness; and many shall rejoice p

2 Even as they delivered them J no. 1.1. at his birth. unto us, which froin the beginninga A 16 15 For he shall be great q in the were eye-wituesses, and m isiersEp.3.7.

V sight of the Lord, and siiall drink

Si of the word;

1 4 .11.12. nether wine nor strong drink; and 3 It seemed good to me also, hav

he shall be filled with the Holy

Ac. 11.4. ne shall be filled ing had perfect understan ling of

Ghost, even s from his mother's all things from the very first, too

td Ac.1.1.

wounb. write to thee morder, c inost e Jno.20.31. | 16 And many of the children of excrllent Theophilus,d

Mat.2.1. Israel shall he turn to the Lord 4 That thou mightest know e the g ICh.21.10. their God. certainty of those things wherein Ne.12.4, 17. 17 And het shall go before him in thou hast been instructed

h Ge.7.1. the spint and power of Elias, to 5 THERE was, in the days Iki.9.4. turn the hearts of the fathers to the

1 of Herod the king of 2Ki.20.3. children, and the disobedient i to Judea, a certain priest named Za-li IC.. 11.2. the wisdom u of the just; to make charts, of the course of Abia: Phi.3.6. ready a people v prepared for the and his wife 2013 of the daughters 1 Ex.30.7,8. Loru of Aaron, and her name was Elisä- Le 16.17.

18 And Zacharias said unto the beth.

angel, Whereby shall I know this! 6 And they were both righteous h "

m Ex.30.1.

for I am an old man, and my before Guil, walking in all the com

Re.8.3, 4.

wife well sticken in years. mandments and ordinances i of the wa 19 And the angel, answering. sand Lord blameless.

in ver.29.

mto him, I am Gabriel. that stand 7 Aud they had no child, because! Ju.13.22. in the presence of God: and an that Elisaiveih was barren. and o ver.60.63. seuty to speak unto thee, and lo they both were now well strickell p ver.58. show thee these glad tidinga. in yerurs.

q ch.7.28.

20 And, behold, thou shalt he 8 And it came to pass, that while

dun), z and not able to speak, 'util he executed the priest's oflice be

Ir Nu.6.3.

the day that these things shall be lore God in the order of his course, & Je.1.5. performed, because thou believesi

9 According to the custom of the I Mal.4.5,6. not my words, which shall hu luipriest's utlice, his lot was k to burn Mat, 11.14. tilled in their season. inceuse when he went into the Mar,9,12,13. 21 And the people waited for Zatemple of the Lord.

| 1 or, by.

charias, and marvelled that he tar10 And the whole multitude of the hole multitude oftlu Ps.111.10.

v I Pe.2.9.

ried so long in the temple. people were praying without,l at playing without, ill w Ge. 17.17.

| 22 And when he came out, he the time of incense.

x ver. 26.

could not speak unto them: and 11 And there appeared unto him Da.8.16. they perceived that he had seen a an angel of the Lord, standing on y He. 1.14. vision in the temple ; for he beckonthe right side of the altar m of in- 2 Eze.3.26. led unto them, and remained cerse.

- speechless.

Nai2, 13. 21 And the marvellet

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