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Peter's denial of Jesus.


Jesus before the council.

A. D. 33.

John 5. 30. & 6.39. P Matt. 4. 11.

d Matt. 26. 75. Mark 14. 72.

9 John 12, 27. Heb. 5.7.

75. John 13. 38.


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See Acta 22. 5.

i Matt. 26. 63. Mark 14. 61.

Matt. 28.51. Mark 14. 17. Joten 18. 10.

k Matt. 38.64. Mark 14.62


theless, o not my will, but thine, be not what thou sayest. And imme- A. D. 33.

diately, while he yet spake, the cock
43 And there appeared Pan angel crew.
unto him from heaven, strengthen- 61 And the Lord turned, and look-
ing him.

ed upon Peter. And Peter remem-
44 9 And being in an agony he pray- bered the word of the Lord, how he
ed more earnestly: and his sweat was had said unto him, Before the cock e Matt. 26. 34,
as it were great drops of blood falling crow, thou shalt deny me thrice.
down to the ground.

62 And Peter went out, and wept 45 And when he rose up from pray- bitterly. er, and was come to his disciples, he 63 1 And the men that held Jesus | Matt. 238.67,

68. Mark 14. found them sleeping for sorrow, mocked him, and smote him.

46 And said unto them, Why sleep 64 And when they had blindfolded
ye? rise and 'pray, lest ye enter into him, they struck him on the face,

and asked him, saying, Prophesy,
47 1 And while he yet spake, 'be- who is it that smote thee?
hold a multitude, and he that was 65 And many other things blas-
called Judas, one of the twelve, went phemously spake they against him.
before them, and drew near unto 66 | 8 And as soon as it was day, 8 Matt. 27. 1.
Jesus to kiss him.

h the elders of the people and the Acts 4. 26,
48 But Jesus said unto him, Judas, chief priests and the scribes came
betrayest thou the Son of man with together, and lcd him into their
a kiss ?

council, saying,
49 When they which were about 67 Art thou the Christ? tell us.
him saw what would follow, they And he said unto them, If I tell
said unto him, Lord, shall we smite you, ye will not believe :
with the sword?

68 And if I also ask you, ye will
50 I And one of them smote the not answer me, nor let me go.
servant of the high priest, and cut 69 k Hereafter shall the Son of man
ofl' his right ear.

sit on the right hand of the power Heb. 1. 3. & 51 And Jesus answered and said, of God. Suffer ye thus far. And he touched 70 Then said they all, Art thou his ear, and healed him.

then the Son of God ? And he said 52 · Then Jesus said unto the chief unto them, 'Ye say that I am.

1 Matt. 26. 64. priests, and captains of the temple, 71 " And they said, What need we

m Matt. 26. 65.
and the elders, which were come to any further witness ? for we our-
him, Be ye come out, as against a selves have heard of his own mouth.
thief, with swords and staves ?
53 When I was daily with you in

the temple, ye stretched forth no
hands against me : *but this is your Herod. 8 Herod mocketh him. 13 Piltte yielding

releaseth Barabbas and delivereth Jesus to be cruci.
hour, and the power of darkness.

fied. The drughters of Jerusalem borrail him. 54 T y Then took they him, and led 33 The trurifirion, S4 The rulers deride him. 39 him, and brought him into the high

The penitent thief. 46 Jesus dieth. 30 His burial

ND 2 the whole multitude of them afar off

arose, and led him unto Pilate. 55 a And when they had kindled a *2 And they began to accuse him, fire in the midst of the hall, and saying, We found this fellow bper- Acts 17. 7. were set down together, Peter sat verting the nation, and forbidding See Matt, 17. down among them.

to give tribute to Cesar, saying that 56 But a certain maid beheld him he himself is Christ a king. as he sat by the fire, and earnestly 3 • And Pilate asked him, saying, e Matt. 27.11. looked upon him, and said, This man

I Tim. 6. 13.
Art thou the King of the Jews?
was also with him.

And he answered him and said,
57 And he denied him, saying, Wo- Thou sayest it.
man, I know him not.

4 Then said Pilate to the chief
58 b And after a little while another priests and to the people, 'I find no
saw him, and said, Thou art also of fault in this man.
them. And Peter said, Man, I am 5 And they were the more fierce,

saying, He stirreth up the people,
59 € And about the space of one teaching throughout all Jewry, be-
hour after another confidently af- ginning from Galilee to this place.
firmed, saying, Of a truth this fel- 6 When Pilate heard of Galilee, he
low also was with him ; for he is a asked whether the man were a Gali-

• Matt. 20. 55, Mark 14. 13.

Mark 14. 62.

Mark 14. 63.

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lean. 60 And Peter said, Man, I know 7 And as soon as he knew that he

e Matt. 23. 73. Mark 11. 70. John 18. 23.

I Matt. 14. 1.



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Acts 4. 27.

* Prov. 11.52
Jer. 25.22
Ez. 27.
& 21.8.4
1 Pet. 17
z 16. 57. 12

Mark 15. 14. John 18, 38. & 19. 4.

o ver. 4.

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a Matt. 27. S Mark 13 Jolin 19. 17, 18.

Barabbas is released.


Crucifixion of Jesus. A. D. 33. belonged unto 5 Herod's jurisdiction, / laid hold upon one Simon, a Cyrenian, A. D. 33

he sent him to Herod, who himself coming out of the country, and on him & ch. 3. 1. also was at Jerusalem at that time. they laid the cross, that he might bear

8 | And when Herod saw Jesus, he it after Jesus. bch. 9. 9. was exceeding glad : for h he was de- 27 | And there followed him a great

sirous to see him of a long season, company of people, and of women,

because he had heard many things which also bewailed and lamented Mark 6. 14.

of him; and he hoped to have seen him.
miracle done by him.

28 But Jesus turning unto them
9 Then he questioned with him in said, Daughters of Jerusalem, weep
many words; but he answered him not for me, but weep for yourselves,

and for


10 And the chief priests and scribes For, behold, the days are com-

stood and vehemently accused him. ing, in the which they shall say, Is. 53. 3. 11 * And Herod with his men of Blessed are the barren, and the

war set him at nought, and mocked wombs that never bare, and the paps
him, and arrayed him in a gorgeous which never gave suck.
robe, and sent him again to Pilate. 30 * Then shall they begin to say
12 1 And the same day 'Pilate and to the mountains, Fall on us; and
Herod were made friends together; to the hills, Cover us.
for before they were at enmity be- 31 y For if they do these things in a
tween themselves.

green tree, what shall be done in the m Matt. 27. 23. 13 1 m And Pilate, when he had dry?

called together the chief priests and 32 And there were also two others,
the rulers and the people,

malefactors, led with him to be put D ver. 1, 2 14 Said unto them, "Ye have brought to death.

this man unto me, as one that per- 33 And 4 when they were come to
verteth the people; and, behold, I, the place, which is called | Calvary. Or, The
having examined him before you, there they crucified him, and the

place of 1
have found no fault in this man malefactors, one on the right hand,
touching those things whereof ye and the other on the left.
accuse him :

34 | Then said Jesus, Father, for15 No, nor yet Herod : for I sent give them; for they know not what Mat: 54 you to him; and, lo, nothing worthy they do. And they parted his raiof death is done unto him.

ment, and cast lots. 16 PI will therefore chastise him, 35 And the people stood behold- Mart and release him.

ing. And the 'rulers also with them 17 For of necessity he 'must re- derided him, saying, He saved others; lease one unto them at the feast. let him save himself, if he be Christ, Matt. 22

, K. 18 And 'they cried out all at once, the chosen of God. saying, Away with this man, and re- 36 And the soldiers also mocked

í lease unto us Barabbas:

him, coming to him, and offering him
19 (Who for a certain sedition made vinegar,
in the city, and for murder, was cast 37 And saying, If thou be the king
into prison.

of the Jews, save thyself.
20 Pilate therefore, willing to re- 38 % And a superscription also was Matt. 27,31.
lease Jesus, spake again to them. written over him in letters of Greek,

21 But they cried, saying, Crucify and Latin, and Hebrew, THIS IS
him, crucify him.

22 And he said unto them the third 39 I h And one of the malefactors - Mal...#
time, Why, what evil hath he done? which were hanged railed on him,
I have found no cause of death in saying, If thou be Christ, save thyself
him: I will therefore chastise him, and us.
and let him go.

40 But the other answering rebuked 23 And they were instant with loud him, saying, Dost not thou fear God,

voices, requiring that he might be seeing thou art in the same condem• Matt. 27. 26. crucified : and the voices of them nation?

and of the chief priests prevailed. 41 And we indeed justly; for we re1 Or, assented, 24 And · Pilate il gave sentence that ceive the due reward of our deeds :

it should be as they required. but this man hath done nothing amiss.

25 And he released unto them him 42 And he said unto Jesus, Lord,
that for sedition and murder was remember me when thou comest into

cast into prison, whom they had de- thy kingdom.
Matt. 27. 32. sired; but he delivered Jesus to their 43 And Jesus said unto him, Verily

I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be 26 ' And as they led him away, they with me in paradise.

Arts 7 I Cor. 4. 12 e Acts & 17.

P Matt. 27. 26.
John 19. 1.

Mark 15,24

John 19. e Ps. 22. 17. Zeeh. 12 1.

9 Matt. 27. 15.
Mark 15, 6.
John 18. 39.
T Acts 3. 14.

Mark 15 %

Mark 13 Joba 19 19

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Mark 15. 15.
John 19. 16.

Ex. 23. 2

Mark 15, 21. Sue John 19. 17.

His death and burial.


Resurrection of Jesus.

1 Or, land.

Matt, 27. 45. Mark 15. 33.

Matt. 27. 51. Mark 15. 38.

|| Or, him that
Matt. 16. 21.
& 17. 23.
Mark 8. 31.
& 9. 31. ch.
9. 22.

IP. 31.5.
1 Pet. 2. 23.

n Matt. 27. 50. Murk 15, 37.

1 Mart 27. 54.


Ps. 33. 11.
Mall. 27. 55.
Murk 15. 40.

ver. 25.


Mark 15. 12.
Job 19. 38.

A. D. 33. 44 · And it was about the sixth hour, | bowed down their faces to the earth, A. D. 33.

and there was a darkness over all the they said unto them, Why seek ye
llearth until the ninth hour.

ll the living among the dead?
45 And the sun was darkened, and 6 He is not here, but is risen: 're-

the vail of the temple was rent in member how he spake unto you when
the midst.

he was yet in Galilee,
46 I And when Jesus had cried with 7 Saying, The Son of man must be
a loud voice, he said, 'Father, into delivered into the hands of sinful men,
thy hands I commend my spirit : and be crucified, and the third day

mand having said thus, he gave up the rise again.
| John 19.30

8 And 6 they remembered his words, 6 John 2. 22. 47 Now when the centurion saw 9 h And returned from the sepulchre, Matt. 28. 8. Mark 15. 39. what was done, he glorified God, say- and told all these things unto the

Mark 16. 10. ing, Certainly this was a righteous eleven, and to all the rest.

10 It was Mary Magdalene, and 48 And all the people that came to- Joanna, and Mary the mother of James, ich. 8. 8. gether to that sight, beholding the and other women that were with them, things which were done, smote their which told these things unto the breasts, and returned.

apostles. 49° And all his acquaintance, and 11 k And their words seemed to them k Mark 16. 11.

the women that followed him from as idle tales, and they believed them see John 19. Galilee, stood afar off, beholding these not. things.

12 'Then arose Peter, and ran unto 1 John 20. S, Matt. 27.57. 50 1 P And, behold, there was a man the sepulchre; and stooping down, he

named Joseph, a counsellor ; and he beheld the linen clothes laid by them-
was a good man, and a just :

selves, and departed, wondering in
51 The same had not consented to himself at that which was come to
the counsel and deed of them: he was pass.

of Arimathea, a city of the Jews; 13 sm And, behold, two of them went m Mark 16. 12. 9 Mark 15. 43. who also himself waited for the king. that same day to a village called Emch. 2. 25, 38. dom of God.

maus, which was from Jerusalem
52 This man went unto Pilate, and about threescore furlongs.
begged the body of Jesus.

14 And they talked together of all
53 ' And he took it down, and wrap- these things which had happened.
ped it in linen, and laid it in a sepul- 15 And it came to pass, that, while
chre that was hewn in stone, wherein they communed together and reasoned,
never man before was laid.

Jesus himself drew near, and went
54 And that day was 'the prepara- with them.
tion, and the sabbath drew on.

16 But otheir eyes were holden that • John 20. 14. 55 And the women also, ' which came they should not know him.

with him from Galilee, followed after, 17 And he said unto them, What u Mark 15. 47. and "beheld the sepulchre, and how manner of communications are these his body was laid.

that ye have one to another, as ye 56 And they returned, and *prepared walk, and are sad ? spices and ointments; and rested the 18 And the one of them, Þ whose p John 19. 25. sabbath day ' according to the com- name was Cleopas, answering said mandment.

unto him, Art thou only a stranger in

Jerusalem, and hast not known the

things which are come to pass there in
The resurrection of Jesus, 9 The report of the women. these days?

12 Peter runneth to the sepulchre. 13 Jestis ap-
peareth to troo disciples on their way to Emmaus;

19 And he said unto them, What

things? And they said unto him, VOW a upon the first day of the Concerning Jesus of Nazareth, 4 which a Matt, 21. 11.

week, very early in the morn- was a prophet 'mighty in deed and
ing, they came unto the sepulchre, word before God and all the people :

bringing the spices which they had 20 •And how the chief priests and Acly 7. 22.
prepared, and certain others with them. our rulers delivered him to be con-
2 € And they found the stone rolled demned to death, and have crucified

Acts 13. 27, away from the sepulchre.

3 4 And they entered in, and found 21 But we trusted 'that it had been ich. 1,63. & 2.
not the body of the Lord Jesus. he which should have redeemed Israel:

4 And it came to pass, as they were and beside all this, to day is the third
much perplexed thereabout, behold, day since these things were done.
two men stood by them in shining 22 Yea, and a certain women also of u Matt. 28. 8.
garments :

our company made us astonished,
5 And as they were afraid, and which were early at the sepulchre ;

r Matt. 27. 59. Mark 15. 16.

Matt. 18. 20. ver.36.

• Matt. 27. 62.

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Jesus seen by the apostles.


His ascension into heaven.

x ver. 12.

i John 20.3 N.

y ver. 46. Acts

17. 3. 1 Pet. 1. 11.

1 ver. 45.
a Gen. 3. 15. &
22. 18.& 26.4.
& 49. 10.
Num. 21. 9.
Deut. 18. 15.
o Ps. 16. 9, 10.

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10,11. & 50.6, & 53. Jer.


Ez. 34.

Dan. 9. 24. Mic. 7. 20. Mal. 3. 1. & 4. 2. See on John 1. 45. c See Gen. 32. 26. & 12. 7. Mark 6. 48.

A. D. 33. 23 And when they found not his 38 And he said unto them, Why are A. D. 33.

body, they came, saying, that they ye troubled ? and why do thoughts
had also seen a vision of angels, which arise in your hearts ?
said that he was alive.

39 Behold my hands and my feet,
24 And * certain of them which were that it is I myself: handle me, and
with us went to the sepulchre, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh and
found it even so as the women had bones, as ye see me have.
said : but him they saw not.

40 And when he had thus spoken, he
25 Then he said unto them, O fools, shewed them his hands and his feet.
and slow of heart to believe all that 41 And while they yet beliered not
the prophets have spoken:

k for joy, and wondered, he said unto * Gen. 45. * 26 y Ought not Christ to have suf- them, 'Have ye here any meat? 1 John 21.5 fered these things, and to enter into 42 And they gave him a piece of a his glory?

broiled fish, and of a honeycomb. 27 2 And beginning at - Moses and 43 m And he took it, and did eat be- n Acts 10. 41. ball the prophets, he expounded unto fore them. them in all the Scriptures the things 44 And he said unto them, " These Matt 16. a. concerning himself.

are the words which I spake unto you, 28 And they drew nigh unto the while I was yet with you, that all 4.221647.132. village, whither they went: and he things must be fulfilled, which were & 9.6. & 40 made as though he would have gone written in the law of Moses, and in further.

the prophets, and in the psalms, con23.5. & 33. 14, 29 But they constrained him, say- cerning me. 2 & 37. 25. ing, Abide with us; for it is toward 45 Then 'opened he their under- Acs 16. 14

evening, and the day is far spent. standing, that they might understand
And he went in to tarry with them. the Scriptures,

30 And it came to pass, as he sat at 46 And said unto them, P Thus it is prer. x Ps
meat with them, he took bread, and written, and thus it behooved Christ
blessed it, and brake, and gave to them. to suffer, and to rise from the dead

31 And their eyes were opened, and the third day :
| Or, cecused to they knew him; and he 1 vanished 47 And that repentance and re-
out of their sight.

mission of sins should be preached in 32 And they said one to another, his name "among all nations, beginDid not our heart burn within us, ning at Jerusalem.

while he talked with us by the way, 48 And “ye are witnesses of these • Matt. 14. 19. and while he opened to us the Scrip- things. tures?

49 ('And, behold, I send the prom-
33 And they rose up the same hour, ise of my Father upon you: but tar-
and returned to Jerusalem, and found ry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until
the eleven gathered together, and ye be endued with power from on
them that were with them,

34 Saying, The Lord is risen indeed, 50 1 And he led them out "as far as
and 'hath appeared to Simon. to Bethany, and he lifted up his hands,
35 And they told what things were and blessed them.
done in the way, and how he was 51 *And it came to pass, while he

known of them in breaking of bread. blessed them, he was parted from
& Mark 16. 14. 36 1 6 And as they thus spake, Jesus them, and carried up into heaven.
1 Cor. 15. 5.

himself stood in the midst of them, and 52 And they worshipped him, and
saith unto them, Peace be unto you. returned to Jerusalem with great joy :

9. Ep14% 37 But they were terrified and af- 53 And were continually in the ai 1.* frighted, and supposed that they had temple, praising and blessing God. 2 Acta 2 & seen a spirit.


Acts 17.

be seen of

em. ch. 4. 30, John 8. 59. d Gen. 19. 3. Acts 16.15

4 Dan. 9.1 Acts 13. 46. Juan 2 12 Gen. 124 Ps. 277. Is. 4. 6. 22 Jer. 31. 4 Hos 23 Mic. 4. 2 Ma. ). Il slobo 1.7 Acts 1&2

15. t(s. 44. S.

f Cor. 15. 5.

li 2 17. Aca 1. 1. & 21,

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John 20. 19.

h Mark 6. 49.

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Bandet he worden was with Wood; when the Jews isente priested and one.

Deut. 4. 12.

Luke 10. 22. ch. 6. 46. 1 Tim. 1. 17. & 6. 16.

Ich. 5. 26,

1 John 5. 11. ch. 8. 12. &

e ver. 14. ch. 3. 16, 18.

46. b ch. 3. 19.

What sayest

& Luke 3. 15. ch. 3. 28. Acts 13. 25, h Mal. 4. 5.

Luke 3. 2.

I ver. 4.


! 28.

mver. 3. Heb. 1 1. 2. & 11. 3,

18. k Matt. 3. 3. Mark 1. 3. Luke 3. 4. ch. 3. 28. Ils. 40. 3.

ols. 56. 5.

Rum. 8. 15. | Gal. 3. 26.

2 Pet. 1, 4.
1 John 3. 1.

18 No man hath seen God at any

A. D. 26.
The dirinity, humanity, and office of Jesus Christ. 15 time; ° the only begotten Son, which

The testimony of John the Baptist. 39 The calling is in the bosom of the Father, he hath

of Andrew, Peter, and others. & Col. 1. 17.

declared him. 1 John 1.1. Rev. 1. 2. &

N the beginning the Word [ And this record of John, 19. 13.

30. c. 17. 5. cand the Word was God.

vites from Jerusalem to ask him, Who Ex. 33. 20. 1 John 1. 2 e Phil. 2.6. 2 . The same was in the beginning art thou ?

Matt. 11. 27. 1 John 5.7. with God.

20 And she confessed, and denied not; d Gen. 1. 1.

3 © All things were made by him ; but confessed, I am not the Christ. .P33. 6. ver. 10. Eph. and without him was not any thing 21 And they asked him, What then?

1 John 4. 12, 16. Heb. 1.2 made that was made.

Art thou "Elias? And he saith, I am 20. Rev. 4. 11. 4. In him was life; and the life not. Art thou ithat Prophet? And | Or, a was the light of men. he answered, No.

prophet? 5 And "the light shineth in dark- 22 Then said they unto him, Who 9.5.& 12.35, ness; and the darkness comprehend- art thou ? that we may give an answer

1 John 4. 9.

fch. 5. 33. ed it not.

to them that sent us. 26. 6 1 There was a man sent from thou of thyself? i M. 3. 1. God, whose name was John.

23 kHe said, I am the voice of Matt. 3. 1.

7 * The same came for a witness, to one crying in the wilderness, Make Matt. 17. 10. Acts 19. 4. bear witness of the Light, that all straight the way of the Lord, as 'said i Deut. 18. 15,

men through him might believe. the prophet Esaias. 19. 6. 1 John

8 He was not that Light, but was 24 And they which were sent were

sent to bear witness of that Light. of the Pharisees.
* Acts 3. 26. 9 That was the true Light, which 25 And they asked him, and said

lighteth every man that cometh into unto him, Why baptizest thou then,
the world.

if thou be not that Christ, nor Elias,
10 He was in the world, and mthe neither that Prophet?
Deh, 3. 5.

world was made by him, and the 26 John answered them, saying, mlm Matt. 3. 11. world knew him not.

baptize with water : " but there stand- n Mal, 3. 1. 9 Matt. 1. 16,

11 - He came unto his own, and his eth one among you, whom ye know
own received him not.

31, 35. & 2.7.
I Tim. 3. 16.

12 But as many as received him, to 27 • He it is, who coming after me i o ver. 15, 30. 1 Or, the right, them gave he power to become the is preferred before me, whose shoe's or, privilege. sons of God, even to them that believe latchet I am not worthy to unloose. p Judg. 7. 24.

ch. 10.40 on his name:

28 These things were done Pin Beth. Heb. 211,

13 P Which were born, not of blood, abara beyond Jordan, where John tch. 2. 11. &

nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the was baptizing. 11. 40. 2 Pet. will of man, but of God.

29 T The next day John seeth Jesus 1. 17.

5. 6, &c. u Col. 1. 19. &

14 4 And the Word 'was made 'flesh, coming unto him, and saith, Behold 1 2 3,9.

and dwelt among us, and we beheld the Lamb of God, 'which I taketh 1 Or, beareth. W ver. 32. ch.

rIs. 53. 11. his glory, the glory as of the only be away the sin of the world! i Matt. 3. 11. gotten of the Father, "full of grace 30 - This is he of whom I said, After Gal. 1. 4. and truth.

me cometh a man which is preferred Luke 3, 16. ler. 77, 30. 15 I w John bare witness of him, and before ine; for he was before me.

& 3. 18. c8. 63. Col. 1. 17.

cried, saying, This was he of whom I 31 And I knew him not : but that

spake, 'He that cometh after me is he shonld be made manifest to Israel, Eph. 1. 6,7, preferred before me; y for he was be therefore am I come baptizing with 8. Col. 1. 19.

s ver. 15, 27. & 29, 10, fore me.

water. a Ex. 20. 1,

Matl 3. 6. 16 And of his a fulness have all we 32 · And John bare record, saying, I &c. Deut. 4.

Luke 1. 17. received, and grace for grace. saw the Spirit descending from heav- 76,77. & 3.3, 4. Rom. 3. 24. 17 For the law was given by Moses, en like a dove, and it abode upon

Mark 1. 10. but "grace and truth came by Jesus him. Christ.

Janes 1. 18.
I Pet. 1. 23.


Luke 1.

Acts 19. 4.

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33 And I knew him not: but he that. ch. 5. 32.

5. 21. iech. 8. 32. &

14. 6.

Luke 3. 22.

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