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MARK XV. 33-46.
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And when the sixth hour was come, There were also women looking on there was darkness over the whole land afar of ; among whom was Mary Maguntil the ninth hour.
dalene, and Mary the mother of James VER. 34.
the less, and of joses, and Salome ; Και τη ώρα τη εννάτη εβόησεν ο Ιησούς
VER. 41. φωνή μεγάλη, λέγων, Ελωί, 'Ελωί, λαμ
Α' και ότε ήν εν τη Γαλιλαία, ηκολούθουν μά σαβαχθανί και δ' έστι μεθερμηνεύομενον· | αυτώ, και διηκόνουν αυτών και άλλαι πολλα “Ο Θεός μου, ο Θεός μου, εις τί με εγκα- | αι συναναβάσαι αυτώ εις Ιεροσόλυμα. τέλιπες ;
a (Who ulso, when he was in Galilee, And at the ninth hour Jesus cried with followed him and ministered unto him ;) a loud voice, saying, Eloi, Eloi, lama and many other women which came up sabachthani? which is, being interpreted, with him unto Jerusalem. My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?
a And certain women, which had VER. 55.
been healed of evil spirits and infirΚαι τινες των παρεστηκότων ακούσαν- of whom went seven devils, and Jo
mities, Mary called Magdalene, out τες, έλεγαν: Ιδού, Ηλίαν φωνεί.
anna the wife of Chuza Herod's And some of them thut stood by, when steward, and Susanna, and many they heard it, suid, Behold, he calleth others, which ministered unto him of Elias.
their substance, Luke viii. 2, 3. VER. 36. Δράμών δε είς, και γεμίσας σπόγγον
VER. 49. όξους, περιθείς τε καλάμω, επότιζεν αυτόν, Και ήδη οψίας γενομένης, (έπει ήν παλέγων· 'Αφετε· ίδωμεν ει έρχεται Ηλίας | ρασκευή, ό έστι προσάββατον,) καθελεϊν αυτόν.
a And now when the even was come, And one ran and filled a sponge full because it was the preparation, that is, of vinegar, and pui it on a reed, and the day before the sabbath, gave him to drink, saying, Let alone ; a See on Matt. xxviii. ver. 57–61. let us see whether Elias will come to take him down.
"Ελθεν Ιωσήφ και από 'Αριμαθαίας, ευο δε Ιησούς, αφείς φωνήν μεγάλην, | σχήμων βουλευτής, δς (και αυτός ήν προσεξέπνευσε.
δεχόμενος την βασιλείας του Θεού) τολμήAnd Jesus cried with a loud υoice, σας εισήλθε προς Πιλάτον, και ήτήσατο το and gave up the ghost.
σώμα του Ιησού.
Joseph of Arimathæa, an honourable VER. 38.
counsellor, which also waited for the Και το καταπέτασμα του ναού έσχίσθη | kingdom of God, came and went in εις δύο, από άνωθεν έως κάτω.
boldly unto Pilate, and craved the body a And the veil of the temple was rent of Jesus. in twuin from the top to the bottom.
VER. 44. a See on Matt. xxvii. ver.51. 54–56.
ο δε πιλάτος έθαύμασεν ει ήδη τεθνηκε: VER. 39.
και προσκαλεσάμενος τον κεντυρίωνα, επηιδών δε ο κεντυρίων και παρεστηκώς έξ ρώτησεν αυτόν εί πάλαι απέθανε. εναντίας αυτού, ότι ούτω κράξας εξέπνευ
And Pilate marvelled if he were alσεν, είπεν: 'Αληθώς ο άνθρωπος ούτος υιός | ready dead, and calling unto him the ήν Θεού.
centurion, he asked him whether he had
while dead. And when the centurion, which stood over against him, saw that he so cried
VER. 45. out, and gave up the ghost, he said,
Και γιούς από του κεντυρίωνος, έδωρήTruly this man was the Son of God.
σατο το σώμα τω Ιωσήφ. VER. 40.
And when he knew it of the centurion, "Ήσαν δε και γυναίκες από μακρόθεν | he gave the body to Joseph. θεωρούσαι· εν αις ήν και Μαρία η Μαγδαληνή, και Μαρία και του Ιακώβου του μικ
VER. 46. ρού, και Ιωσή μήτης, και Σαλώμη: Και αγοράσας σινδόνα, και καθελών αυ
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MARK Χν. 46, 47.-xVI. 1-8. Α. D. 33. τον, ενείλησε τη σινδόνι» και κατέθηκεν αυ
VER. 4. τον εν μνημεία και ήν λελατομημένον εκ σέτρας και προσεκύλισε λίθον επί την θύραν
Και αναβλέψασαι θεωρούσαν ότι αποκετου μνημείου.
κύλισται ο λίθος» ήν γας μέγας σφόδρα. And he bought fine linen, and took a And when they looked, they saw that him down, and wrapped him in the linen, the stone was rolled away : for it was and laid him in a sepulchre which wus very great. hewn out of a rock, and rolled a stone a And, behold, there was a great unto the door of the sepulchre.
earthquake: for the angel of the
Lord 'descended from heaven, and VER. 47.
came and rolled back the stone from Η δε Μαρία η Μαγδαληνή, και Μαρία | the door, and sat upon it, Μatt. xxviii. Ιωσή, εθεώρουν που τίθεται.
2. And they found the stone rolled And Mary Magdalene, and Mary away from the sepulchre, Luke xxiv. the mother of Joses, beheld where he 2. The first day of the week cometh was laid.
Mary Magdalene early, while it was
yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and CHAP. XVI.--VER. 1.
seeth the stone taken away from the Και διαγενομένου του σαββάτου, Μαρία | sepulchre, John XI. 1. η Μαγδαληνή, και Μαρία και του Ιακώβου, και Σαλώμη, ηγόρασαν αρώματα, ίνα ελ.
VER. 5. 9ούσαι αλείψωσιν αυτόν.
Και εισελθούσαι εις το μνημείον, είδον * And when the sabbath was past, Mary | νεανίσκoν καθήμενον εν τοις δεξιούς, περιMagdalene, and Mary the mother of 1 βεβλημένον στολήν λευκών και εξεθαμβήJames, and Salome, had bought sweet Incar. spices, that they might come and anoint
a And entering into the sepulchre, they him.
saw a young man sitting on the right a See on Matt. xxviii. ver. 1. side, clothed in a long white garment; VER. 2.
und they were affrighted. και λίαν πρωί της μιάς σαββάτων
a See on Matt. xxviii. ver. 3.5-8. έρχονται επί το μνημείον, ανατείλαντος του
VER. 6. ηλίου.
ο δε λέγει αυταίς: Μη εκθαμβείσθε And very early in the morning, the 'Ιησούν ζητείτε τον Ναζαρηνόν τον εσταυfirst day of the week, they came unto | ρωμένον ηγέρθη, ουκ έστιν ώδε· ίδε, ο τόthe sepulchre at the rising of the sun.
πος όπου έθηκαν αυτόν. VER. 3.
And he saith unto them, Be not Και έλεγον προς έαυτάς: Τίς αποκυλίσει | afrighted: Ye seek Jesus of Nazareth, ημίν τον λίθον εκ της θύρας του μνημείου; | which was crucified; he is risen, he is
a And they said among themselves, not here: behold the place where they Who shall roll us away the stone from laid him. the door of the sepulchre ?
VER. 7. * And he brought fine linen, and 'Αλλ' υπάγετε, είπατε τους μαθηταίς took him down, and wrapped him in αυτού, και το πέτρω, ότι προάγει υμάς εις the linen, and laid him in a sepulchre την Γαλιλαίαν εκεί αυτόν όψεσθε, καθώς which was hewn out of a rock, and | είπεν υμίν. rolled a stone unto the door of the
But go your way, tell his disciples and sepulchre. And Mary Magdalene Peter that he goeth before you into and Mary the mother of Joses beheld Galilee: there shall ye see him, as he where he was laid, xv. 46, 47. And said unto you. he laid it in his own new tomb, which
VER. 8. he had hewn out of the rock : and he rolled a great stone to the door of the
Και εξελθούσαι ταχύ, έφυγαν από του Sepulchre, and departed. And there | μνημείου είχε δε αυτές τρόμος και έκσταwas Mary Magdalene, and the other | σις» και ουδενί ουδέν είπον εφοβούντο γάρ. Mary, sitting over against the se And they went out quickly, and fled pulchre, Matt. xxvii. 60, 61. from the sepulchre ; for they trembled
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A. D. 33. and were amased: neither said they any form unto two of them, as they walked, thing to any man: for they were afraid. and went into the country.
& And, behold, two of them went VER. 9.
that same day to a village called 'Αναστάς δε πρωί πρώτη σαββάτου, Emmaus, which was from Jerusalem εφάνη πρώτον Μαρία τη Μαγδαληνή, αφ' | about threescore furlongs. And they η έκζεβλήκει επτά δαιμόνια.
talked together of all these things a Now when Jesus was risen early the which had happened. And it came first day of the week, he appeared first to pass, that, while they communed to Mury Magdalene, out of whom he together and reasoned, Jesus himself had cast seven devils.
drew near, and went with them. But a And when she had thus, said, she their eyes were holden that they turned herself back, and saw Jesus should not know him. And he said standing, and knew not that it was unto them, Wbat manner of comJesus, John xx. 14.
munications are these that ye have VER. 10.
one to another, as ye walk, and are
sad? And the one of them, whose 'Exsim mogaudeisa ániyyede tots jet" name was Cleopas, answering said αυτού γενομένοις, πενθούσι και κλαίουσι.
unto him, Art thou only a stranger in And she went and told them that had Jerusalem, and hast not known the been with him & as they mourned and things which are come to pass there wept.
in these days? And he said unto a And Jesus said unto them, Can them, What things ? And they said the children of the bridechamber unto him, Concerning Jesus of Nazamourn, as long as the bridegroom is reth, which was a prophet mighty in with them? but the days will come,
deed and word before God and all when the bridegroom shall be taken the people : And how the Chief from them, and then they fast,
Priests and our rulers delivered him Matt. ix. 15. And he said unto them, to be condemned
to death, and have What manner of communications are
crucified him. But we trusted that these that ye have one to another, as ye walk, and are sad, Luke xxiv. 17. deemed Israel: and beside all this, But now I go my way to him that to-day is the third day since these sent me; and none of you asketh me,
things were done. Yea, and certain Whither goest thou? But because I women also of our company made us have said
these things unto you, sor- astonished, which were early at the row hath filled your heart, John xvi. sepulchre: And when they found not 5, 6. Verily, verily, I say unto you,
his body, they came, saying, that That
shall weep and lament, but they had also seen a vision of angels, the world shall rejoice: and ye shall which said that he was alive. And be sorrowful, but your sorrow shall be certain of them which were with us turned into joy, 20.
went to the sepulchre, and found it
even so as the woman had said; but VER. 11.
him they saw not. Then he said Konsīvos, exoúcartes Ori Sô, xai iSrábn unto them, O fools, and slow of heart υπ' αυτής, οπίστησαν.
to believe all that the prophets have And they, when they had heard that suffered these things, and to enter
spoken! Ought not Christ to have he was alive, and had been seen of her, | into his glory? And beginning at a believed not.
Moses and all the prophets, he ex. a And their words seemed unto pounded unto them in all the Scripthem as idle tales, and they believed tures the things concerning himself. them not, Luke xxiv. 11.
And they drew nigh unto the village VER. 12.
whither they went: and he made as
though he would have gone further. Metà di taūta dvorir ég avtāv Teplie- But they constrained him, saying, TOŪow i paricáson és irépa pogon, ogsuon Abide with us; for it is toward even. μένοις εις αγρόν. .
ing, and the day is far spent. And After that he appeared in another l he went in to tarry with them. And
it had been he which should have re
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A.D. 33. it came to pass, as he sat at meat unto them his hands and his side. with them, he took bread, and blessed Then were the disciples glad when it, and brake, and gave to them. And they saw the Lord, John xx. 19, 20. their eyes were opened, and they
VER. 15. knew him; and he vanished out of
Και είπεν αυτοίς: Πορευθέντες εις τον their sight, Luke xxiv. 13–31.
κόσμον άπαντα, κηρύξατε το ευαγγέλιον VER. 13.
πάση τη κτίσει. Κάκείνοι απελθόντες απήγγειλαν τους
a And he said unto them, Go ye into λοιπούς» ουδε εκείνοις επίστευσαν.
all the world, and preach the Gospel to a And they went and told it into the
every creature. residue ; neither believed they them. a See on Matt.xxviii. ver.19. clause 1. a And they rose up the same hour,
VER. 16. and returned to Jerusalem, and found
Ο πιστεύσας και βαπτισθείς, σωθήσεthe eleven gathered together, and ται· ο δε απιστήσας, κατακριθήσεται. them that were with them. Saying, a He that believeth band is baptised The Lord is risen indeed, and bath shall be saved; "but he that believeth not appeared to Simon. And they told shall be damned. what things were done in the way, and how he was known of them in break- and the kingdom of God is at band:
a And saying, The time is fulfilled, ing of bread, Luke xxiv. 33–35.
repent ye, and believe the gospel, VER. 14.
Mark i. 15. Those by the way side “Υστερον, ανακειμένους αυτούς τους έν
are they that hear; then cometh the δεκα εφανερώθη, και ονείδισε την απιστίας | devil, and taketh away the word out airāv, xai oxanpoxaedias, ēti toñs Jeasa- lieve and be saved, Luke viii. 12.
of their hearts, lest they should beμένοις αυτόν έγηγερμένον ουκ επίστευσαν. a Afterward he appeared unto the ele, them gave he power to become the
But as many as received him, to ven as they sat at meat, and upbraided
sons of God, even to them that believe them with their unbelief and hardness of heart, because they believed not them Moses lifted up the serpent in the
on his name, John i. 12. And as which had seen him after he had risen.
wilderness, even so must the Son of * Or, together.
man be lifted up; that whosoever bea And as they thus spake, Jesus lieveth in him should not perish, but himself stood in the midst of them, have eternal life. For God so loved and saith unto them, Peace be unto the world, that he gave his only. you. But they were terrified and begotten Son, that whosoever beaffrighted, and supposed that they lieveth in him should not perish, but had seen a spirit. And he said unto have everlasting life. For God sent them, Why are ye troubled? and why not his Son into the world to condo thoughts arise in your hearts? demn the world ; but that the world Behold my hands and my feet, that through him might be saved. He it is I myself: handle me, and see ; that believeth on him is not condemnfor a spirit hath not flesh and bones, ed: but he that believeth not is conas ye see me have. And when he demned already, because he hath not had thus spoken, he shewed them his believed in the name of the only begot. hands and his feet. And while they ten Son of God, iii. 15—18. He that yet believed not for joy, and wonder believeth on the Son hath everlasting ed, he said unto them, Have ye here life: and he that believeth not the any meat? And they gave him a piece Son shall not see life; but the wrath of a broiled fish, and of an honey of God abideth on him, 36. Verily, comb, Luke xxiv. 36–42. Then the verily, I say unto you, He that hearsame day at evening, being the first eth my word, and believeth on him day of the week, when the doors were that sent me, hath everlasting life, shut where the disciples were as. and shall not come into condemnasembled for fear of the Jews, came tion; but is passed from death unto Jesus, and stood in the idst, and e, v. 24. esus answered and said saith unto them, Peace be unto you : unto them, This is the work of God, And when he had so said, he shewed That ye believe on him whom he
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MARK XVI. 16.
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hath sent, vi. 29. And this is the that Abraham, our father as pertainwill of him that sent me, That every ing to the flesh, hath found? For if one which seeth the Son, and be. Abraham were justified by works, he lieveth on him, may have everlasting hath whereof to glory; but not before life : and I will raise him up at the God. For what saith the scripture ? last day, 40. In the last day, that Abraham believed God, and it was great day of the feast, Jesus stood and counted unto him for righteousness. cried, saying, If any man thirst, let Now to him that worketh is the rehim come unto me, and drink. He ward not reckoned of grace, but of that believeth on me, as the Scripture debt. But to him that worketh not, hath said, out of his belly shall flow but believeth on him that justifieth rivers of living water. (But this the ungodly, his faith is counted for spake he of the Spirit, which they that righteousness. Even as David also believe on him should receive: for describeth the blessedness of the man, the Holy Ghost was not yet given ; unto whom God imputeth righteousbecause that Jesus was not yet glo- ness without works, Saying, Blessed rified.) vii. 37-39. Jesus said unto are they whose iniquities are forgiven, her, I am the resurrection and the and whose sins are covered. Blessed life: he that believeth in me, though is the man to whom the Lord will not he were dead, yet shall he live: And impute sin. Cometh this blessedness whosoever liveth and believeth in me then upon the circumcision only, or shall never die. Believest thou this? upon the uncircumcision also? for we xi. 25, 26. I am come a light into say that faith was reckoned to Abrathe world, that whosoever believeth ham for righteousness. How was it on me should not abide in darkness, then reckoned when he was in cirxii. 46. But these are written, that cumcision, or in uncircumcision ? Not ye might believe that Jesus is the in circumcision, but in uncircumcision. Christ, the Son of God; and that be- And he received the sign of circum. lieving, ye might have life through cision, a seal of the righteousness of his name, xx. 31. To him give all the faith'which he has yet being uncir. the prophets witness, that through his cumcised : that he might be the father name whosoever believeth in him of all them that believe, though they shall receive remission of sins, Acts be not circumcised; that righteousX. 43. Be it known unto you there-ness might be imputed unto them also : fore, men and brethren, that through And the father of circumcision to them this man is preached unto you the for- who are not of the circumcision only, giveness of sins : And by him, all but who also walk in the steps of that that believe are justified from all faith of our father Abraham, which things, from which ye could not be he had being yet uncircumcised. For justified by the law of Moses, xiii. the promise, that he should be the 38, 39. And brought them out, and heir of the world, was not to Abrasaid, Sirs, what must I do to be ham, or to his seed, through the law, saved? And they said, Believe on but through the righteousness of faith. the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt For if they which are of the law be be saved, and thy house, xvi. 30, 31. heirs, faith is made void, and the Being justified freely by his grace promise made of nons effect: Bethrough the redemption that is in cause the law worketh wrath: for Christ Jesus. Whom God hath set where no law is, there is no transforth to be a propitiation through faith gression. Therefore it is of faith, that in his blood, to declare his righteous- it might be by grace; to the end the ness for the remission of sins that promise might be sure to all the seed; are past, through the forbearance of not to that only which is of the law, God: To declare, I say, at this time but to that also which is of the faith his righteousness: that he might be of Abraham; who is the father of us just, and the justifier of him which all, Rom. iv. 1-16. He staggered believeth in Jesus, Rom. iii. 24-26. not at the promise of God through 'Therefore we conclude that a man is unbelief; but was strong in faith, justified by faith without the deeds of giving glory to God; And being fully the law, 28. What shall we then say persuaded that, what he had pro