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II. Joh, xvii.




Anno are mine, and I am glorified in them. Mount of cat, 33. “ And now I am no more in the world, Olives

Minift. 4. 6 but these are in the world, and

'« come to thee. Holy Father, keep
“ through thine own name those whom
“ thou hast given me, that they may
« be one as we are.

While I was with 12.
" them in the world, I kept them in
“ thy name: those that thou gavest me
“ I have kept, and none of them is
“ loft, but the son of perdition, that
« the scripture might be fulfilled. And 13.

now come I to thee, and these things
“I speak in the world, that they

might have my joy fulfilled in them
“ felves. I have given them thy word; 14. .

and the world hath hated them, be-
“ cause they are not of the world, even

as I am not of the world. I pray not 15.
" that thou shouldest take them out of
“ the world, but that thou shouldest
“ keep them from the evil. They are 16.

nor of the world, even as I am not
“ of the world. San&tifie them through 17.
" thy truth: thy word is truth. As 18.
46 thou hast fent me into the world,
“ even so have I also sent them into the
“ world. And for their fakes I fan&ti-

“ fie my self, that they also might be
“ fan&tified through the truth. Neither 20.

pray I for these alone, but for them

also which shall believe on me through
“their word: That they all may be ?I,

one; as thou Father art in me, and
“ I in thee; that they also may be one
in us : that the world may believe



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Mount of " that thou hast fent me. And the Anno Olives. glory which thou gavest me, I have Etat. 33.

Minift. 4. Joh. xvii. 2206 given them: that they may be one ,

23. even as we are one. I in them, and

“thou in me, that they may be made
“ perfect in one, and that the world

may know that thou hast fent me,
" and hast loved them, as thou hast

“ loved me. Father, I will that they
« also whom thou hast given me, be
" with me where I am, that they may

behold my glory which thou hast

given me : for thou lovedst me be“fore the foundation of the world. 25.“ O righteous Father, the world hath

not known thee; but I have known “ thee, and these have known that thou 26. “ haft' sent me. And I have declared

unto them, thy name, and will de. “ clare it: that the love wherewith “ thou hast loved me, may be in them, u and I in them.

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Æcat. 33.
Minift. 4.



Jesus passes over the Brook Cedron,

goes to the Garden of Geth-
semane. He foretels his being
seized that night, is in agony, he
is seized by the guard, Judas be-
ing at the head of them. Peter
cuts off the Ear of the High Priest's
Servant, for which Jesus rebukes
him, and heals the wound : He is
carried before the High Priest.
Peter thrice denies him.


HEN Jesus had spoken these 1. Joh. xviii.

words, he went forth with his disciples over the brook Cedron, where

was a garden, into the whịch he entred Garden. • Mar. xiv, and his disciples. ** Then faith Jesus 31. Mat. xxvi, 27, 28, 29. unto them, “ All ye shall be offended

" because of me this night: for it is
« written [Zach. xiii. 7.] I will smite
" the shepherd, and the sheep of the
flock shall be scattered abroad. But

" after I am rifen again, I will go be- .
“ fore you into Galilee. Peter answer- 33.
ed and said unto him, Though all men

Mall be offended because of thee, yet will Mar.xxvi. I never be offended. * 6 Jesus saith un- 30. Mar xiv, 34, 35. to him, Verily I say unto thee, That this

day, even in ibis night, before the cock
crow twice, thou shalt deny me thrice.




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Mar. xiv. 35. with me.

Garden. But he spake the more vehemently, If Anno
Mar. xiv. 31. I should die with thee, I will not deny

Ætat. 33.

Minift. 4. thee in any wise. Likewise said they

. Mat. xxvi. 36. all. *Then cometh Jesus with them Mar. xiv.

32. unto a place calld Gethsemane, and

Luk. xxii. faith unto the disciples, Sit ye here, 40. Luk. xxļi. 40; while I go and pray yonder. * Pray that Mat . xxvi. 37: ye enter not into temptation. * And Mar. xiv.

d he took with him Peter, and the two 33. Mar. xiv. 33. fons of Zebedee, * James and John,

and began to be sore amazed, and too Mat.xxvi. Mat. xxvi. 38. be very heavy. * * Then faith he unto 37.

Mar. , them, My soul is exceeding sorrowsul," mar. xiv.

34• even unto death : tarry here, and watch

* & And he went forward a Mac. xxvi. Luk. xxii. 41. little * about a stones cast, and kneeled 39, Mar. xiv. 35. down, and prayed, * that if it were Luk. xxii.

possible, the hour might pass from him. 41, 42. 36. And he said, Abba, Father, all things

are pofsible unto thee; take away this

cup from me: nevertheless not what I Luk. xxii. 43. will, but what thou wilt."* And there

appeared an angel unto him from hea-
44. ven, strengthening him.' And being in

an agony, he prayed more earnestly:
and his sweat was as it were great drops

of blood falling down to the ground.
45.8 And when he rose up from prayer, Mat.xxvi.

and was come to his disciples, he found 40. Mar. xiv. 37. them sleeping for sorrow, * ' And faith Marxiv.37.

Mac.xxvi. unto Peter, Simon, sleepest thou ?. couldst

40, 41. 38. not thou watch one hour? Watch ye and Luk. xxii,

pray, left ye enter into temptation; the 46,

Spirit truly is ready, but the flesh is Mat. xxvi. 42. weak. * He went away again the fe- i Mar. xiy, cond time, and prayed, saying, O my 39.


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Ærat. 33


Father, if this cup may not pass from Garden. Minift. 4, ** And when he returned, he found 43. Mar. xiv.

me, except I drink it, thy will be done.

43: them asleep (for their eyes were heavy):

neither wist they what to answer him.
* And he left them, and went away 44. Mat. xxvi.

again, and prayed the third time, saya Mat. xxvi. ing the same words, * 'And he comerh 41. Mar. xiv, 45.

the third time, and faith unto them,
Sleep on now, and take your rest: it is
enough, the hour is come ; behold the

Son of man is betrayed into the hands of Mar. xiv. finners. * m Rije, let us be going : 46. Mat. xxvi. 42. behold, he is at hand that doth betray


* And Judas also which betrayed him, 2. Joh. xviii. knew the place: for Jesus oftimes resorted thither with his disciples. Ju. 3. das then having received a band of men, and officers from the chief Priests and

Pharisees, cometh thither with lanthorns * Mat. xxvi. and torches, and weapons. * " And 43. Mar. xiv. ": 47,48, 49. immediately while [Fesus] yet spake, Luk. xxii. cometh Judas, one of the twelve, and 47.

with him a great multitude, with swords
and staves, from the chief Priests, and
the Scribes, and the Elders. And he 44.
that betrayed him, had given them a
token, saying, Whomfoever I shall kiss,
that same is be; take him, and lead him
away Safely. And as soon as he was 45.

. • Mar. xiv.come he goeth straightway *° to Jesus,

and said, Hail master, and kissed him. Luk. xxii.

* p But Jesus said unto him, * friend, 48. Luk. xxii. Mat.xxvi . wherefore art thou come ? * Fudas, be 50. Macxxvi. 2

. 50 trayest thou the fon of man with a kiss? 48.Luk.xxii

* Jesus

49. Mat. xxvi.

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