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everlasting remembrance, Psal.cxii. 6. And I said unto them, If ye think Verily I say unto you, Whefesoever good, give me my price: and if not, this Gospel shall be preached through- forbear. So they weighed for my out the whole world, this also that price thirty pieces of silver. And the she hath done shall be spoken of for Lord said unto me, Cast it unto a memorial of her, Mark xiv. 9. For the potter : a goodly price that I was not he that commendeth himself is prized at of them. And I took the approved, but whom the Lord com- thirty pieces of silver, and cast them mendeth, 2 Cor. x. 18. For God is to the potter in the house of the not unrighteous to forget your work LORD, Zech. xi. 12, 13. and labour of love, which ye have
VER. 16. shewed toward his name, in that ye have ministered to the saints, and do
Και από τότε εζήτει ευκαιρίαν ένα αυτόν minister, Heb. vi. 10.
παραδώ. . VER. 14.
And from that time a he sought opΤότε πορευθείς είς των δώδεκα, ο λε
portunity to betray him. γόμενος Ιούδας 'Ισκαριώτης, προς τους
a And when they heard it, they áprieges,
were glad, and promised to give him Then a one of the twelve, called Judas money, Mark xiv. 11. And he proIscariot, went unto the Chief Priests,
mised, and sought opportunity to bed And Judas Iscariot, one of the the multitude, Luke xxii. 6.
tray him unto them in the absence of twelve, went unto the Chief Priests,
VER. 17. to betray him unto them, Mark xiv. 10. Then entered Satan into Judas
Τη δε πρώτη των αζύμων προσήλθον οι surnamed Iscariot, being of the num
μαθηται τώ Ιησού, λέγοντες αυτό που ber of the twelve. And he went his Sedeis é topácwpév sou paytiv tò wsoxa; way, and communed with the Chief Now a the first day of the feast of Priests and captains, how he might unleavened bread the disciples came tò betray him unto them. And they Jesus, saying unto him, 6 Where wilt were glad, and covenanted to give thou that we prepare for thee to eat him money. And be promised, and the Passover? sought opportunity to convey him a And the first day of unleavened unto them in the absence of the mul- bread, when they killed the Passover, titude, Luke xxii. 3—6. And supper his disciples said unto him, Where being ended, the devil having now wilt thou that we go and prepare
put into the heart of Judas Iscariot, that thou mayest eat the Passover, Simon's son, to betray him, John Mark xiv. 12. Then came the day of xiii. 2. He then having received the unleavened bread, when the Passover sop went immediately out: and it must be killed, Luke xxii. 7. See was night, 30.
also on ver. 2. clause 2. VER. 15.
b And Jesus answering said unto Eine Ti Deneti Mor douvai, saya inaw him, Suffer it to be so now: for thus it παραδώσω αυτόν; Οι δε έστησαν αυτώ | becometh us to fulfil all righteousness, τριάκοντα αργύρια.
Matt. iii. 15. And he sent Peter and And suid unto them, a What will ye John, saying, Go and prepare us the gipe me, and I will deliver him unto Passover, that we may eat. And they you ? b And they covenanted with him said unto him, Where wilt thou that for thirty pieces of silver.
we prepare? Luke xxii. 8, 9. a But they that will be rich fall
VER. 18. into temptation and a snare, and ο δε είπεν: “Υπάγετε εις την πόλιν into many foolish and hurtful lusts, προς τον δείνα, και είπατε αυτώ ο διwhich drown men in destruction and | δάσκαλος λέγει: “Ο καιρός μου εγγύς έστι, perdition. For the love of money is πρός σε ποιώ το πάσχα μετά των μα. the root of all evil: which while some Ontão pov. coveted after, they have erred from And he said, a Go into the city to such the faith, and pierced themselves a man, and say uuto him, b The Master through with many sorrows, 1 Tim. saith, c Mylime is at hand; I will keep the vi. 9, 10.
Passover at thy house with my disciples.
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MATT. XXV!. 18-22.
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a And he sendeth forth two of his to eat this Passover with you before I disciples, and saith unto them, Go ye suffer: For I say unto you, I will not into the city, and there shall meet you any more eat thereof, until it be fula man bearing a pitcher of water: filled in the kingdom of God, Luke follow him. And wheresoever he xxii. 14–16. shall go in, say ye to the good-man
VER. 21. of the house, The master saith, Where
Και εσθιόντων αυτών, είπεν: 'Αμήν λέγω is the guestchamber, where I shall üniv, oro eis i ipeão sapadétel jue. eat the Passover with my disciples ? And he will shew you a large upper
And as they did eat, he said, a Verily
1 room furnished and prepared: there
you, that one of you shall bemake ready for us. And his disciples
tray me. went forth, and came into the city,
a For it was not an enemy that and found as he had said unto them: reproached me; then could I have and they made ready the Passover,
borne it: neither was it he that Mark xiv. 13—16. And he said unto hated me that did magnify himself them, Behold, when ye are entered against me; then I would have hid into the city, there shall a man meet myself from him; But it was thou, a you, bearing a pitcher of water; fol man mine equal, my guide, and low him into the house where he mine acquaintance. We took sweet entereth in. And ye shall say unto counsel together, and walked unto the the good-man of the house, The Mas- house of God in company, Psal. lv. ter saith unto thee, Where is the guest- 12–14. Jesus answered them, Have chamber, where I shall eat the Pass- not I chosen you twelve, and one of over with my disciples ? And he shall you is a devil ? He spake of Judas shew you a large upper room furnish- Iscariot the son of Simon : for he it ed: there make ready. And they was that should betray him, being went, and found as he had said unto one of the twelve, John vi. 70, 71, them: and they made ready the When Jesus had thus said, he was Passover, Luke xxii. 10-13.
troubled in spirit, and testified, and b See on ch. xxii. ver. 16. clause 2. said, Verily, verily, I say unto you, • See on John vii. ver. 30. clause 2. that one of you shall betray me, xiii.
21. See also on chap. ix. ver. 4. VER. 19.
clause 1. Και εποίησαν οι μαθηται ως συνέταξεν
VER. 22. αυτοίς ο Ιησούς, και ητοίμασαν το πάσχα. And a the disciples did as Jesus had | αυτώ έκαστος αυτών: Μήτι εγώ είμι, Κύ
Και λυπούμενοι σφόδρα, ήρξαντο λέγειν appointed them; and they made ready the Passover. a And the disciples went, and did and began every one of them to say unto
And a they were exceeding sorrowful, as Jesus commanded them, Matt. xxi. 6. His mother saith unto the him, Lord, is it I? servants, Whatsoever he saith unto a And they began to be sorrowful, you do it, John ü. 5.
and to say unto him one by one, Is it VER. 20.
I? and another said, Is it I? And he
answered and said unto them, It is 'οψίας δε γενομένης, ανέκειτο μετά τών dódexe.
one of the twelve, that dippeth with
me in the dish, Mark xiv. 19, 20. Now a when the even was come, he sat And they began to inquire among down with the twelve.
themselves, which of them it was that a And in the evening he cometh should do this thing, Luke xxii. 23. with the twelve. And as they sat | Then the disciples looked one on anand did eat, Jesus said, Verily I say other, doubting of whom he spake. unto you, One of you which eateth Now there was leaning on Jesus' bowith me shall betray me, Mark xiv. som one of his disciples, whom Jesus 17, 18. And when the hour was loved. Simon Peter therefore beckcome, he sat down, and the twelve oned to him, that he should ask who apostles with him. And he said un- it should be of whom he spake. He to them, With desire I have desired / then lying on Jesus' breast saith un.
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and no man; a reproach of men, and VER. 23.
despised of the people. All they 'O de &Trorçuleis, elter• 'o fubá faç that see me laugh me to scorn : they μετ' εμού εν τω τρυβλίω την χείρα, ούτός | shoot out the lip, they shake the με παραδώσει. .
head, saying, He trusted on the And he answered and said, a He that LORD that he would deliver him: let dippeth his hand with me in the dish, the him deliver him, seeing he delightsame shall betray me.
ed in him, 6–8. Many bulls have a Yea, mine own familiar friend, in compassed me: strong bulls of Ba. whom I trusted, which did eat of my shan have beset me round. They bread, hath lifted up his heel against gaped upon me with their mouths, as me, Psal. xli. 9. But, behold, the a ravening and a roaring lion. I am hand of him that betrayeth me is with poured out like water, and all my me on the table, Luke xxii. 21. I bones are out of joint: my heart is speak not of you all : I know whom I like wax; it is melted in the midst of have chosen : but that the Scripture my bowels. My strength is dried may be fulfilled, He that eateth up like a potsherd; and my tongue bread with me hath lifted up his heel cleaveth to my jaws; and thou hast against me, John xiii. 18. Jesus an- brought me into the dust of death. swered, He it is
, to whom I shall give For dogs have compassed me: the asa sop, when I have dipped it. Ånd sembly of the wicked have inclosed when he had dipped the
me: they pierced my hands and my it to Judas Iscariot, the son of Simon. feet. I may tell all my bones: they And after the sop Satan entered into look and stare upon me. They part him. Then said Jesus unto him, my garments among them, and cast That thou doest, do quickly. Now no lots upon my vesture. But be not man at the table knew for what in thou far from me, O LORD: O my
Detent he spake this unto him, 26–28. strength, haste thee to help me. VER. 24.
liver my soul from the sword; my 'O MÀY viòs toll av@gútrov imáget, xabas Save me from the lion's mouth : for
darling from the power of the dog. γέγραπται περί αυτού ουαι δε τώ ανθρώ- | thou hast heard me from the horns *ixsivo, dios ó viòs to årépátou tape, of the unicorns, 12—21. The Lord δίδοται· καλόν ήν αυτώ, εί ουκ εγεννήθη ο | Gop hath opened mine ear, and Iwas άνθρωπος εκείνος. .
not rebellious, neither turned away The a Son of man goeth as it is writ- back. I gave my back to the smiters, ten of him : b but woe unto that man by and my cheeks to them that plucked whom the Son of man is betrayed! it had off the hair : I hid not my face from been good for that man if he had not shame and spitting, Isa. 1. 5,6. And heen born.
after threescore and two weeks shall a But how then shall the Scriptures Messiah be cut off, but not for him. be fulfilled, that thus it must be? self: and the people of the prince ver. 54. But all this was done, that that shall come shall destroy the city the Scriptures of the prophets might and the sanctuary; and the end therebe fulfilled. Then all the disciples of shall be with a flood, and unto the forsook him, and fled, 56. And I will end of the war desolations are deput enmity between thee and the wo termined, Dan. ix. 26. And I will man, and between thy seed and her pour upon the house of David, and seed ; it shall bruise thy head, and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem, thou shalt bruise his heel, Gen. iii. the spirit of grace and of supplica15. My God, My God, Why hast tions: and they sball look upon me thou forsaken me? why art thou so far whom they have pierced, and they from helping me, and from the words shall mourn for him, as one moumeth of my roaring? O my God, I cry in for his only son, and shall be in bitterthe day-time, but thou hearest not, ness for him, as one that is in bitterand in the night season, and am not ness for his firstbom, Zech. xii. 10. silent. But thou art holy, O thou | Awake, O sword, against my shepthat inhabitest the praises of Israel, herd, and against the man that is my
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fellow, saith the LORD of hosts : smite cording to the Scriptures, 1 Cor. xv. 3. the shepherd : and the sheep shall be Unto whom it was revealed, that not scattered : and I will turn mine hand unto themselves, but unto us they did upon the little ones, xiii. 7. And he minister the things, which are now reanswered and told them, Elias verily ported unto you, by them that have cometh first, and restoreth all things; preached the Gospel unto you, 1 Pet. and how it is written of the Son of i. 12. man, that he must suffer many things, b Woe unto the world because of and be set at nought, Mark ix. 12. offences ! for it must needs be that ofThen he said unto them, O fools, and fences come; but woe to that man by slow of heart to believe all that the whom the offence cometh ! Matt. xviii. prophets have spoken. Ought not 7. Then Judas, which had betrayChrist to have suffered these things, ed him, when he saw that he was and to enter into his glory? Luke condemned, repented himself, and xxiv. 25, 26. And said unto them, brought again the thirty pieces of silThus it is written and thus it be- ver to the Chief Priests and elders, hoved Christ to suffer, and to rise Saying, I bave sinned in that I have from the dead the third day, 46. After betrayed the innocent blood. And this, Jesus knowing that all things they said, What is that to us ? see thou were now accomplished, that the that, xxvii. 3--5. Let death seize scripture might be fulfilled, saith, I upon them, and let them go down thirst, John xix. 28. For these things quick into hell: for wickedness is in were done, that the Scripture should their dwellings, and among them, be fulfilled, A bone of him shall not | Psal. lv. 15. But thou, O God, shalt be broken. And again another Scrip- bring them down into the pit of deture saith, They shall look on him struction : bloody and deceitful men whom they pierced, 36, 37. For they shall not live out half their days; that dwell at Jerusalem, and their but I will trust in thee, 23. Set rulers, because they knew him not, thou a wicked man over him: and nor yet the voices of the prophets let Satan stand at his right hand. which are read every sabbath day, When he shall be judged, let him be they have fulfilled them in condemn- condemned : and let his prayer being him.. And though they found no come sin. Let his days be few; and cause of death in him, yet desired let another take his office. Let his they Pilate that he should be slain. children be fatherless, and his wife a And when they had fulfilled all that widow. Let his children be continuwas written of him, they took him ally vagabonds, and beg: let them down from the tree, and laid him in seek their bread also out of their dea sepulchre, Acts xiii. 27–29. And solate places. Let the extortioner Paul, as his manner was, went in unto catch all that he hath; and let the them, and three sabbath days rea- strangers spoil his labour. Let there soned with them out of the Scriptures, be none to extend mercy unto him : Opening and alledging, that Christ neither let there be any to favour bis must needs have suffered, and risen fatherless children.
Let his posagain from the dead; and that this terity be cut off ; and in the generaJesus, whom I preach unto you, is tion following let their name be blotted Christ, xvii. 2, 3. Having therefore out. Let the iniquity of his fathers obtained help of God, I continue unto be remembered with the LORD; and this day, witnessing both to smalland let not the sin of his mother be blotted great, saying none other things than out. Let them be before the LORD those which the prophets and Moses continually, that he may cut off the did say should come: That Christ memory of them from the earth, cix. should suffer, and that he should be 6–15. The Son of man indeed gothe first that should rise from the eth, as it is written of him: but woe dead, and should shew light unto the to that man by whom the Son of man people, and to the Gentiles, xxvi. is betrayed! good were it for that 22, 23. For I delivered unto you man if he had never been born, Mark first of all that which I also received, xiv. 21. While I was with them in bow that Christ died for our sins ac- I the world, I kept them in thy name :
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MATT. XXVI. 24-26.
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those that thou gavest me I have kept, testament in my blood: this do ye, as and none of them is lost, but the son of oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of perdition ; that the Scripture might be me, 1 Cor. xi. 23—25. fulfilled, John xvii. 12. Men and bre: b And they, continuing daily with thren, this Scripture must needs have one accord in the temple, and breakbeen fulfilled, which the Holy Ghost ing bread from house to house, did by the mouth of David spake before eat their bread with gladness and sinconcerning Judas, which was guide gleness of heart, Acts ii. 46. And to them that took Jesus. For he was upon the first day of the week, when numbered with us, and had obtained the disciples came together to break part of this ministry. Now this man bread, Paul preached unto them, ready purchased a field with the reward of to depart on the morrow; and conhis iniquity; and falling headlong, he tinued his speech until midnight, xx. burst asunder in the midst, and aŭ his 7. The cup of blessing which we bowels gushed out. And it was known bless, is it not the communion of the uto all the dwellers at Jerusalem; in- blood of Christ? The bread which we somuch as that field is called in their break, is it not the communion of the proper tongue, Aceldama, that is to body of Christ? 1 Cor. x. 16. say, The field of blood. For it is c For the bread of God is he which written in the book of Psalms, Let cometh down from heaven, and giveth his habitation be desolate, and let no life unto the world. Then said they man dwell therein : and his bishop- unto him, Lord, evermore give us this rick let another take, Acts i. 16-20. bread. And Jesus said unto them, VER. 25.
I am the bread of life : he that com'Atroxpideis dè'loúdas, Tapadidoùs av eth to me shall never hunger; and he τόν, είπε: Μήτι εγώ είμι, “Pacci ; λέγει | that believeth on me shall never αυτώ, Συ είπας.
thirst, John vi. 33--35. Verily, veThen Judas, which betrayed him, an
rily, I say unto you, He that believeth swered and said, Master, is it I? He said
on me hath everlasting life. I am unto him, Thou hast said.
that bread of life. Your fathers
did eat manna in the wilderness, VER. 26.
and are dead. This is the bread 'Εσθιόντων δε αυτών, λαβών ο Ιησούς τον | which cometh down from heaven, άρτον, και ευλογήσας, έκλασε, και εδίδου | that a man may eat thereof, and τους μαθηταίς, και είπε: Λάβετε, φάγετε: | not die. I am the living bread τούτο έστι το σώμα μου
which came down from heaven : if And a as they were euting, Jesus took any man eat of this bread, he shall bread, and blessed it, band brake it, and live for ever : and the bread that I gave it to the disciples, and said, “ Take, will give is my flesh, which I will give eut ; this is my body.
for the life of the world. The Jews a And as they did eat, Jesus took therefore strove among themselves, bread, and blessed, and brake it, and saying, How can this man give us gave to them, and said, Take, eat: his flesh to eat? Then Jesus said unthis is my body, Mark iv. 22. And to them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, he took bread, and gave thanks, and Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of brake it, and gave unto them, saying, man, and drink his blood, ye have no This is my body which is given for life in you. Whoso eateth my flesh, you : this do in remembrance of me, and drinketh my (blood, hath eternal Luke xxii. 19. For I have received life; and I will raise him up at the of the Lord that which also I deli- last day. For my flesh is meat invered unto you, That the Lord Jesus deed, and my blood is drink indeed. the same night in which he was be- He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh trayed took bread: And when he had my blood, dwelleth in me, and I in given thanks, he brake it, and said, him. As the living Father hath sent Take, eat: this is my body, which is me, and I live by the Father; so he broken for you: this do in remem- that eateth me, even he shall live by brance of me. After the same man. me. This is that bread which came ner also he took the cup, when he had down from heaven: not as your fasupped, saying, This cup is the new thers did eat manna, and are dead :