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MATT. XXVI. 55-59.
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ly to the world; I ever taught in the
VER. 58. synagogue, and in the temple, whither ο δε Πέτρος ήκολούθει αυτώ από
pakthe Jews always resort; and in secret ρόθεν, έως της αυλής του αρχιερέως και have I said nothing. Why askest | εισελθών έσω, εκάθητο μετά των υπηρετών, thou me? ask them which heard me, idEW TÒ Támoç. what I have said unto them : behold, a But Peter followed him afur off unto they know what I said, xviii. 20, 21. the High Priest's palace, and went in, VER. 56.
and sut with the servants, to see the end. Τούτο δε όλον γέγονεν, ίνα πληρωθώσιν
& And Simon Peter followed Jesus, αι γραφα των προφητών, τότε οι μαθηται and so did another disciple: that disπάντες, αφέντες αυτόν, έφυγαν.
ciple was known unto the High Priest, But all this was done, athat the Scrip, of the High Priest. But Peter stood
and went in with Jesus into the palace tures of the prophets might be fulfilled, at the door without. Then went out Then all the disciples forsook him, and that other disciple which was known fied.
unto the High Priest, and spake unto a That confirmeth the word of his her that kept the door, and brought servant, and performeth the counsel of in Peter, John xviii. 15, 16. And his messengers ; Isa. xliv. 26. Him, Simon Peter stood and warmed himbeing delivered by the determinate self. They said therefore unto him, counsel and foreknowledge of God, ye Art not thou also one of his disciples? have taken, and by wicked hands He denied it, and said, I am not, 25. have crucified and slain, Acts ii. 23. See also on chap. i. ver. 22.
οι δε αρχιερείς και οι πρεσβύτεροι και VER. 57.
το συνέδριον όλον έζητουν ψευδομαρτυρίαν οι δε κρατήσαντες τον Ιησούν, απήγαγον | κατά του Ιησού, όπως αυτόν θανατώσωσι προς Καϊάφαν τον αρχιερέα, όπου οι
reape Now the Chief Priests, and elders, ματείς και οι πρεσβύτεροι συνήχθησαν. .
and all the council, a sought false witAnd a they that had laid hold on Jesus
ness against Jesus, to put him to death; led him away to Caiaphas the High
a Deliver me not over unto the will Priest, where the Scribes and the elders of mine enemies : for false witnesses were assembled,
are risen up against me, and such as a And they led Jesus away to the breathe out cruelty, Psal. xxvii. 13. High Priest: and with him were as- False witnesses did rise up; they laid sembled all the Chief Priests and the to my charge things that I knew not. elders and the Scribes. And Peter They rewarded me evil for good to the followed him afar off, even into the spoiling of my soul. xxxv. 11, 12. palace of the High Priest; and he sat Shall the throne of iniquity have felwith the servants, and warmed himself lowship with thee, which frametb misat the fire, Mark xiv. 53, 54. Then took chief by a law? They gather themthey him, and led him, and brought selves together against the soul of the him into the High Priest's house. righteous, and condemn the innocent And Peter followed afar off. And blood, xciv. 20, 21. A man that bearwhen they had kindled a fire in eth false witness against his neighthe midst of the hall, and were set bour is a maul, and a sword, and a down together, Peter sat down among sharp arrow, Prov. xxv. 18. And the them, Luke xxii. 54,55. Then the band Chief Priests and all the council and the captain and officers of the sought for witness against Jesus to Jews took Jesus, and bound him, put him to death ; and found none. For And led him away to Annas first; many bare false witness against him, for he was father in law to Caiaphas, but their witness agreed not together, which was the High Priest that same Mark xiv. 55, 56. Then they subored year. Now Caiaphas was be, which men, which said, We have heard him gave counsel to the Jews, that it was speak blasphemous words against expedient that one man should die for Moses, and against God. And they the people, John xviii. 12–14. Now stirred up the people, and the elders, Annas had sent him bound onto Cai. and the Scribes, and came upon him, apbas the High Priest, 24.
and caught him, and brought him to
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MATT. XXVI. 59-62.
the council, And set up false wit-, doth not cast out devils, but by Beelnesses, which said, This man ceaseth zebub the prince of the devils, xii. 24. not to speak blasphemous words And say, Thus saith the king, Put against this holy place, and the law, this fellow in the prison, and feed Acts vi. 11–13.
him with bread of affliction and with VER. 60.
water of affliction, until I come in Kai ouxe tupor. Kai Tondão feudopago peace, 1 Kings xxii. 27. But I am τύρων προσελθόντων, ουχ εύρον. “Υστερον δε a worm, and no man; a reproach of προσελθόντες δύο ψευδομάρτυρες, men, and despised of the people.
But a found none : yea, though many All they that see me laugh me to false witnesses came, yet found they none.
scom: They shoot out the lip, they At the last came tuo false witnesses,
shake the head, saying, Psal. xxii. a Then the presidents and princes deemer of Israel, and his Holy One,
6,7. Thus saith the LORD, the resought to find occasion against Daniel concerning the kingdom ; but they whom the nation abhorreth, to a ser
to him whom man despiseth, to him could find none occasion nor fault; forasmuch as he was faithful, neither vant of rulers, kings shall see and was there any error or fault found in arise, princes also shall worship, him. Then said these men, Weshall because of the LORD that is faithful, not find any occasion against this and the Holy One of Israel, and he Daniel, except we find it against him shall choose thee, Isa. xlix. 7. He concerning the law of his God, Dan. is despised and rejected of men; a vi. 4, 5. Sound speech, that cannot
man of sorrows, and acquainted with be condemned ; that he that is of the grief: and we hid as it were our contrary part may be ashamed, hav- faces from hím : he was despised ing no evil thing to say of you, Tit. And they began to accuse him, say
and we esteemed him not, liii. 3. ii. 8. Having a good conscience; that, whereas they speak evil of you, as of ing, We found this fellow perverting evil doers, they may be ashamed that tribute to Cæsar, saying that he him
the nation, and forbidding to give falsely accuse your good conversation self is Christ a King, Luke xxiii. 2. in Christ, 1 Pet. iii. 16. b One witness shall not rise up
We know that God spake unto Moagainst a man for any iniquity, or for from whence he is, John ix. 29.
ses : as for this fellow, we know not any sin, in any sin that he sinneth : at the mouth of two witnesses, or at
b And saying, Thou that destroyest the mouth of three witnesses, shall the temple, and buildest it in three the matter be established, Deut. days, save thyself. If thou be the Son xix. 15. And there arose certain, Matt. xxvii. 40. And they that passed
of God, come down from the cross, and bare false witness against þim, by railed on him, wagging their heads, saying, We heard him say, I will and saying, Ah, thou that destroyest destroy this temple that is made with the temple, and buildest it in three hands, and within three days I will build another made without hands. days, Mark xv. 29. Jesus answered But neither so did their witness agree temple, and in three days I will raise
and said unto them, Destroy this together, Mark xiv. 57–59. VER. 61.
it up. Then said the Jews, Forty and Είσουν ούτος έφη: Δύναμαι κατα- and wilt thou rear it up in three
six years was this temple in building, aúcar còv vaờo tom Oscũ, xai dià speão days? But he spake of the temple of ημερών οικοδομήσαι αυτόν.
his body, John ii. 19—21. And set And said, a This fellow said, bi am
up false witnesses, which said, This able to destroy the temple of God, and man ceaseth not to speak blaspheto build it in three days.
mous words against this holy place, a And when he was gone out into and the law, Acts vi. 13. the porch, another maid saw him, and said unto them that were there, This
VER. 62. fellow was also with Jesus of Naza. Και αναστάς ο αρχιερεύς, είπεν αυτώ reth, ver. 71. But when the Pha- Oudèy átoupion ;' T OTO dou natapazrisees heard it, they said, this fellow rupūow;
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MATT. XXVI. 62-64.
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And the High Priest arose, and said | lay snares for me: and they that seek unto him, a Answerest thou nothing ? my hurt speak mischievous things, what is it which these witness against and imagine deceits all the day long. thee?
But I, as a deaf man, heard not; and a And when he was accused of the I was as a dumb man that openeth Chief Priests and elders, he answered not his mouth. Thus I was as a man nothing. Then said Pilate unto him, that heareth not, and in whose mouth Hearest thou not how many things are no reproofs, Psal. xxxviii. 12–14. they witness against thee? And he He was oppressed, and he was af. answered him to never a word; inso- ficted, yet he opened not his mouth : much that the governor marvelled he is brought as a lamb to the greatly, Matt. xxvii
. 12–14. And slaughter, and as a sheep before her the High Priest stood up in the midst, shearers is dumb, so he openeth not his and asked Jesus, saying, Answerest mouth, Isa. liii. 7. Shadrach, Methou nothing? What is it which these shach, and Abednego, answered and witness against thee? Mark xiv. 60. said to the king, O Nebuchadnezzar, Then he questioned with him in many we are not careful to answer thee in words ; but he answered him nothing, this matter, Dan. iii. 16. The place Luke xxiii. 9. The High Priest then of the Scripture which he read was asked Jesus of his disciples, and of his this, He was led as a sheep to the doctrine. Jesus answered him, I spake slaughter; and like a lamb dumb openly to the world; I ever taught in before his shearer, so opened he not the synagogue, and in the temple, whi- his mouth : In his humiliation his ther the Jews always resort, and in judgment was taken away: and who secret have I said nothing. Why askest shall declare his generation? for his thou me? ask them which heard me, life is taken from the earth. And the what I have said unto them : be- eunuch answered Philip, and said, hold, they know what I said. And I pray thee, of whom speaketh the when he had thus spoken, one of the prophet this ? of himself, or of some officers wbich stood by struck Jesus other man ? Then Philip opened his with the palm of his hand, saying, mouth, and began at the same ScripAnswerest thou the High Priest so? ture, and preached unto him Jesus, Jesus answered him, If I have spoken Acts viii. 32–35. Who, when he was evil, bear witness of the evil: but if reviled, reviled not again ; when he well, why smitest thou me? John suffered, he threatened not; but comxviii. 19_23. And went again into mitted himself to him that judgeth the judgment hall, and saith unto Jesus, righteously, 1 Pet. ii. 23. Whence art thou ? But Jesus gave
And if a soul sin, and hear the him no answer. Then saith Pilate voice of swearing, and is a witness, unto him, Speakest thou not unto me? | whether he bath seen or known of it; knowest thou not that I have power to if he do not utter it, then he shall bear crucify thee, and have power to release his iniquity, Lev. v. 1. And the thee? Jesus answered, thou couldest king said unto him, How many times have no power at all against me, ex shall I adjure thee that thou tell me cept it were given thee from above : nothing but that which is true in the therefore he that delivered me unto name of the LORD? 1 Kings xxii. 16. thee hath the greater sin, xix. 9—11. Whoso is partner with a thief hateth VER. 63.
his own soul : he heareth cursing and ο δε Ιησούς έσιώσα. Και αποκριθείς ο | bewrayeth it not, Prov. Χxix. 24. αρχιερεύς, είπεν αυτώ 'Εξορκίζω σε κατά
cSee on John i. ver. 41. του Θεού του ζώντος, ένα ημίν είπης, ει συ
d See on chap. xiv.ver.33. clause 2. εί ο Χριστός, ο υιός του Θεού.
VER. 64. But a Jesus held his peace. And the Λέγει αυτώ ο Ιησούς: Συ είσας: πλην High Priest answered and said unto | λέγω υμίν απ' άρτι όψεσθε τον υιόν του. him, I adjure thee by the living God, | ανθρώπου καθήμενον εκ δεξιών της δυνάμεως, that thou tell us whether thou be • the | και ερχόμενον επί των νεφελών του ουρανού. Christ, 4 the Son of God.
Jesus saith unto him,, a Thou hast a They also that seek after my life I suid : nevertheless I say unto you,
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MATT. XXVI. 64-67.
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b Hereafter shall ye see the Son of man
VER. 66. sitting on the cright hand of power, and coming in the clouds of heaven.
Τί υμίν δοκεί και οι δε αποκριθέντες, είπαν:
"Ενοχος θανάτου έστι. a Then Judas, which betrayed him, answered and said, Master, is it I?
What think ye? They answered and He said unto him, Thou hast said, suid, a He is guilty of death. ver. 25. And Jesus stood before the
a And the Israelitish woman's son governor: and the governor asked blasphemed the name of the Lord, him, saying, Art thou the King of the and cursed. And they brought him Jews? And Jesus said unto him, unto Moses, (and his mother's name · Thou sayest, xxvii. 11. And Jesus
was Shelomith, the daughter of Dibri, said, I am: and ye shall see the Son of the tribe of Dan:) And they put of man sitting on the right hand of him in ward, that the mind of the power, and coming in the clouds of LORD might be shewed them. And heaven, Mark xiv. 62. Then said the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, they all, Art thou then the Son of Bring forth him that hath cursed withGod? And he said unto them, Ye out the camp; and let all that heard say that I am, Luke xxii. 70. Pilate him lay their hands upon his head, and therefore said unto him, Art thou a
let all the congregation stone him. king then? Jesus answered, Thou And thou shalt speak unto the chilsayest that I am a king. To this dren of Israel, saying, Whosoever end was I born, and for this cause curseth his God shall bear his sin. came I into the world, that I should And he that blasphemeth the name of -bear witness unto the truth. Every the Lord, he shall surely be put to one that is of the truth heareth my death, and all the congregation shall voice, John xviii. 37.
certainly stone him: as well the b See on chap. xvi. ver. 27, clause 1. stranger, as he that is born in the c See on ch. xxv. ver. 33, clause 2. land, when he blasphemeth the name VER. 65.
of the LORD, shall be put to death, Tóre o ápXtegeùs dépenge tà imória Lev. xxiv. 11-16. The Jews answeraitoū, abyorOti iba aconpense of iti ed him, We have a law, and by our χρείαν έχομεν μαρτύρων και ιδε, νύν ηκούσατε | law he ought to die, because he made την βλασφημίαν αυτού .
himself the Son of God, John xix. 7. Then a the High Priest rent his Which of the prophets have not your clothes, saying, He hath spoken blas fathers persecuted ? and they have phemy; what further need have we of slain them which shewed before of the witnesses? behold, now ye have heard coming of the Just One ; of whom ye his blasphemy.
have been now the betrayers and a And he that is the High Priest that dweli at Jerusalem, and their
murderers, Acts vii. 52. For they among his brethren, upon whose head the anointing oil was poured, and that rulers, because they knew him not, is consecrated to put on the gar- which are read every sabbath day,
nor yet the voices of the prophets ments, shall not uncover his head, nor rend his clothes, Lev. xxi. 10. Then they have fulfilled them in condemning
him. And though they found no the High Priest rent his clothes, and
cause of death in him, yet desired saith, What need we any further witnesses? Ye have heard the blas- they Pilate that he should be slain, phemy: what think ye? And they and killed the Just; and he doth not
xiii. 27, 28. 'Ye have condemned all condemned him to be guilty of resist you, James v. 6. death, Mark xiv. 63, 64. b If he called them gods, unto whom
VER. 67. the word of God came, and the Scrip Τότε ενέπτυσαν εις το πρόσωπον αυτού, ture cannot be broken; Say ye of him, xai inonáprav avtór oi di éppá wicar,
, whom the Father hath sanctified, and sent into the world, Thou blas
Then a did they spit in his face, and phemest; because I said I am the buffeted him; band others smote him Son of God? John x. 35, 36. See also with the palms of their hands, on chap. ix. ver. 3. clause 2.
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A. D. 33. a And they spit upon him, and took trary to the law, Acts xxiii. 2,3. See the reed, and smote him on the head, also on chap. v. ver. 39. clause 3. Matt. xxvii. 30. Then shall his bro
VER. 68. ther's wife come unto him in the presence of the elders, and loose his shoe
Λέγοντες: Προφήτευσαν ημίν, Χριστέ,
τίς έστιν ο παίσας σε; from off his foot, and spit in his face, and shall answer and say, So shall it
Saying, a Prophesy unto us, o thou be done unto that man that will not Christ, Who is he that smote thee? build up his brother's house, Deut. a And they that passed by reviled xxv. 9. And now am I their song, him, wagging their heads, and sayyea, I am their byword. They ab- ing, Thou that destroyest the temple, hor me, they flee far from me, and and buildest it in three days, save spare not to spit in my face. Because thyself. If thou be the Son of God, he hath loosed my cord, and afflicted come down from the cross. Likeme, they have also let loose the bridle wise also the Chief Priests mocking before me, Job xxx. 9-11. I gave him, with the Scribes and elders, my back to the smiters, and my said, He saved others; himself he cheeks to them that plucked off the cannot save. If he be the King of hair : I hid not my face from shame Israel, let him now come down from and spitting, Isa. 1. 6. As many were the cross, and we will believe him. He astonished at thee; his visage was so trusted in God ; let him deliver him marred more than any man, and his now, if he will have him : for he said, form more than the sons of men, | I am the Son of God. The thieves also, lii. 14. He is despised and rejected which were crucified with him, cast of men; a man of sorrows, and ac- the same in his teeth, Matt. xxvii. quainted with grief: and we hid as it 39–44. And they said one to anwere our faces from him ; he was other, Behold, this dreamer cometh. despised, and we esteemed him not, Come now therefore, and let us slay liii. 3. And some began to spit on him, and cast him into some pit, and him, and to cover his face, and to we will say, Some evil beast hath debuffet him, and to say unto him, voured him: and we shall see what Prophesy; and the servants did will become of his dreams, Gen. strike him with the palms of their xxxvii. 19, 20. And it came to pass, hands, Mark xiv. 65. And they smote when their hearts were merry, that him on the head with a reed, and did they said, Call for Samson, that he spit upon him, and bowing their may make us sport. And they called knees worshipped him, xv. 19. Being for Samson out of the prison-house; defamed, we intreat: we are made and he made them sport : and they as the filth of the earth, and are the set him between the pillars, Judg. offscouring of all things unto this xvi. 25. And the men that held Jesus day, 1 Cor. iv. 13. Looking unto mocked him, and smote him. And Jesus the author and finisher of our when they had blindfolded him, they faith ; who for the joy that was set struck him on the face, and asked before him endured the cross, de him, saying, Prophesy, who is it that spising the shame, and is set down at smote thee? And many other things the right hand of the throne of God, blasphemously spake they against Heb. xii. 2.
him, Luke xxii. 65–65. b And when he had thus spoken, b And they stripped him, and put one of the officers which stood by on him a scarlet robe. And when struck Jesus with the palm of his they had platted a crown of thorns, hand, saying, Answerest thou the they put it upon his head, and a reed High Priest so? John xvii. 23. And in his right hand : and they bowed the High Priest Ananins commanded the knee before him, and mocked them that stood by him to smite him him, saying, Hail, King of the Jews! on the mouth. Then said Paul unto Matt. xxvii. 28, 29. And began to him, God shall smite thee, thou salute him, Hail, King of the Jews! whited wall: for sittest thou to And they smote him on the head with judge me after the law, and com- a reed, and did spit upon him, and mandest thou me to be smitten con- | bowing their knees worshipped him,