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Matthew - Chapter: 27

27:1And morning having come, all the chief priests and the elders of the people took counsel against Jesus, so as to put him to death;
27:2and having bound him, they did lead away, and delivered him up to Pontius Pilate, the governor.
27:3Then Judas -- he who delivered him up -- having seen that he was condemned, having repented, brought back the thirty silverlings to the chief priests, and to the elders, saying,
27:4`I did sin, having delivered up innocent blood;' and they said, `What -- to us? thou shalt see!'
27:5and having cast down the silverlings in the sanctuary, he departed, and having gone away, he did strangle himself.
27:6And the chief priests having taken the silverlings, said, `It is not lawful to put them to the treasury, seeing it is the price of blood;'
27:7and having taken counsel, they bought with them the field of the potter, for the burial of strangers;
27:8therefore was that field called, `Field of blood,' unto this day.
27:9Then was fulfilled that spoken through Jeremiah the prophet, saying, `And I took the thirty silverlings, the price of him who hath been priced, whom they of the sons of Israel did price,
27:10and gave them for the field of the potter, as the Lord did appoint to me.'
27:11And Jesus stood before the governor, and the governor did question him, saying, `Art thou the king of the Jews!' And Jesus said to him, `Thou sayest.'
27:12And in his being accused by the chief priests and the elders, he did not answer any thing,
27:13then saith Pilate to him, `Dost thou not hear how many things they witness against thee?'
27:14And he did not answer him, not even to one word, so that the governor did wonder greatly.
27:15And at the feast the governor had been accustomed to release one to the multitude, a prisoner, whom they willed,
27:16and they had then a noted prisoner, called Barabbas,
27:17they therefore having been gathered together, Pilate said to them, `Whom will ye I shall release to you? Barabbas or Jesus who is called Christ?'
27:18for he had known that because of envy they had delivered him up.
27:19And as he is sitting on the tribunal, his wife sent unto him, saying, `Nothing -- to thee and to that righteous one, for many things did I suffer to-day in a dream because of him.'
27:20And the chief priests and the elders did persuade the multitudes that they might ask for themselves Barabbas, and might destroy Jesus;
27:21and the governor answering said to them, `Which of the two will ye `that' I shall release to you?' And they said, `Barabbas.'
27:22Pilate saith to them, `What then shall I do with Jesus who is called Christ?' They all say to him, `Let be crucified!'
27:23And the governor said, `Why, what evil did he?' and they were crying out the more, saying, `Let be crucified.'
27:24And Pilate having seen that it profiteth nothing, but rather a tumult is made, having taken water, he did wash the hands before the multitude, saying, `I am innocent from the blood of this righteous one; ye -- ye shall see;'
27:25and all the people answering said, `His blood `is' upon us, and upon our children!'
27:26Then did he release to them Barabbas, and having scourged Jesus, he delivered `him' up that he may be crucified;
27:27then the soldiers of the governor having taken Jesus to the Praetorium, did gather to him all the band;
27:28and having unclothed him, they put around him a crimson cloak,
27:29and having plaited him a crown out of thorns they put `it' on his head, and a reed in his right hand, and having kneeled before him, they were mocking him, saying, `Hail, the king of the Jews.'
27:30And having spit on him, they took the reed, and were smiting on his head;
27:31and when they had mocked him, they took off from him the cloak, and put on him his own garments, and led him away to crucify `him'.
27:32And coming forth, they found a man, a Cyrenian, by name Simon: him they impressed that he might bear his cross;
27:33and having come to a place called Golgotha, that is called Place of a Skull,
27:34they gave him to drink vinegar mixed with gall, and having tasted, he would not drink.
27:35And having crucified him, they divided his garments, casting a lot, that it might be fulfilled that was spoken by the prophet, `They divided my garments to themselves, and over my vesture they cast a lot;'
27:36and sitting down, they were watching him there,
27:37and they put up over his head, his accusation written, `This is Jesus, the king of the Jews.'
27:38Then crucified with him are two robbers, one on the right hand, and one on the left,
27:39and those passing by were speaking evil of him, wagging their heads,
27:40and saying, `Thou that art throwing down the sanctuary, and in three days building `it', save thyself; if Son thou art of God, come down from the cross.'
27:41And in like manner also the chief priests mocking, with the scribes and elders, said,
27:42`Others he saved; himself he is not able to save! If he be King of Israel, let him come down now from the cross, and we will believe him;
27:43he hath trusted on God, let Him now deliver him, if He wish him, because he said -- Son of God I am;'
27:44with the same also the robbers, who were crucified with him, were reproaching him.
27:45And from the sixth hour darkness came over all the land unto the ninth hour,
27:46and about the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a great voice, saying, `Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?' that is, `My God, my God, why didst Thou forsake me?'
27:47And certain of those standing there having heard, said -- `Elijah he doth call;'
27:48and immediately, one of them having run, and having taken a spunge, having filled `it' with vinegar, and having put `it' on a reed, was giving him to drink,
27:49but the rest said, `Let alone, let us see if Elijah doth come -- about to save him.'
27:50And Jesus having again cried with a great voice, yielded the spirit;
27:51and lo, the vail of the sanctuary was rent in two from top unto bottom, and the earth did quake, and the rocks were rent,
27:52and the tombs were opened, and many bodies of the saints who have fallen asleep, arose,
27:53and having come forth out of the tombs after his rising, they went into the holy city, and appeared to many.
27:54And the centurion, and those with him watching Jesus, having seen the earthquake, and the things that were done, were exceedingly afraid, saying, `Truly this was God's Son.'
27:55And there were there many women beholding from afar, who did follow Jesus from Galilee, ministering to him,
27:56among whom was Mary the Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James and of Joses, and the mother of the sons of Zebedee.
27:57And evening having come, there came a rich man, from Arimathea, named Joseph, who also himself was discipled to Jesus,
27:58he having gone near to Pilate, asked for himself the body of Jesus; then Pilate commanded the body to be given back.
27:59And having taken the body, Joseph wrapped it in clean linen,
27:60and laid it in his new tomb, that he hewed in the rock, and having rolled a great stone to the door of the tomb, he went away;
27:61and there were there Mary the Magdalene, and the other Mary, sitting over-against the sepulchre.
27:62And on the morrow that is after the preparation, were gathered together the chief priests, and the Pharisees, unto Pilate,
27:63saying, `Sir, we have remembered that that deceiver said while yet living, After three days I do rise;
27:64command, then, the sepulchre to be made secure till the third day, lest his disciples, having come by night, may steal him away, and may say to the people, He rose from the dead, and the last deceit shall be worse than the first.'
27:65And Pilate said to them, `Ye have a watch, go away, make secure -- as ye have known;'
27:66and they, having gone, did make the sepulchre secure, having sealed the stone, together with the watch.


27:1When the mornynge was come all ye chefe prestes and the elders of ye people helde a counsayle agenst Iesu to put him to deeth
27:2and brought him bounde and delivered him vnto Poncius Pilate the debite.
27:3Then when Iudas which betrayed him sawe that he was condempned he repented him sylfe and brought ageyne the .xxx. plattes of sylver to ye chefe prestes and elders
27:4sayinge: I have synned betrayinge the innocent bloud. And they sayde: what is that to vs? Se thou to that.
27:5And he cast doune the sylver plattes in the temple and departed and went and hounge him sylfe.
27:6And the chefe prestes toke the sylver plattes and sayd: it is not lawfull for to put them in to the treasury because it is the pryce of bloud.
27:7And they toke counsell and bought with them a potters felde to bury strangers in.
27:8Wherfore that felde is called the felde of bloud vntyll this daye.
27:9Then was fulfylled that which was spoken by Ieremy the Prophet sayinge: and they toke .xxx. sylver plattes the prise of him that was valued whom they bought of the chyldren of Israel
27:10and they gave them for the potters felde as the Lorde appoynted me.
27:11Iesus stode before the debite: and the debite axed him sayinge: Arte thou the kynge of ye Iues? Iesus sayd vnto him: Thou sayest
27:12and when he was accused of ye chefe prestes and elders he answered nothinge.
27:13Then sayd Pilate vnto him: hearest thou not how many thinges they laye ageynste ye?
27:14And he answered him to never a worde: in so moche that the debite marveylled greatlie.
27:15At that feest the debite was wonte to deliver vnto ye people a presoner whom they wolde desyer.
27:16He had then a notable presoner called Barrabas.
27:17And when they were gadered together Pilate sayde vnto the: whether wyll ye that I geve losse vnto you Barrabas or Iesus which is called Christ?
27:18For he knewe well that for envie they had delivred him.
27:19When he was set doune to geve iudgemet his wyfe sent to him sayinge: have thou nothinge to do with that iuste man. For I have suffered many thinges this daye in a dreame about him.
27:20But the chefe preestes and the elders had parswaded the people that they shulde axe Barrabas and shulde destroye Iesus.
27:21Then the debite answered and sayde vnto them: whether of the twayne wyll ye that I let loosse vnto you? And they sayde Barrabas.
27:22Pilate sayde vnto them: what shall I do then with Iesus which is called Christ? They all sayde to him: let him be crucified.
27:23Then sayde the debite: what evyll hath he done? And they cryed the more sayinge: let him be crucified.
27:24When Pilate sawe that he prevayled nothinge but that moare busines was made he toke water and wasshed his hondes before ye people sayinge: I am innocent of the bloud of this iuste person and that ye shall se.
27:25Then answered all the people and sayde: his bloud be on vs and on oure chyldren.
27:26Then let he Barrabas loose vnto them and scourged Iesus and delivered him to be crucified.
27:27Then the soudeours of the debite toke Iesus vnto the comen hall and gaddered vnto him all the company.
27:28And they stripped him and put on him a purpyll roobe
27:29and platted a croune of thornes and put vpon his heed and a rede in his ryght honde: and bowed their knees before him and mocked him saying: hayle kinge of the Iewes:
27:30and spitted vpon him and toke the rede and smoote him on the heed.
27:31And when they had mocked him they toke the robe of him ageyne and put his awne reymet on him and leed him awaye to crucify him.
27:32And as they came out they fonnde a man of Cyren named Simon: him they compelled to beare his crosse.
27:33And whe they cam vnto ye place called Golgotha (that is to saye a place of deed mens sculles)
27:34they gave him veneger to drinke mengled with gall. And when he had tasted therof he wolde not drinke.
27:35When they had crucified him they parted his garmentes and did cast lottes: to fulfyll that was spoken by the prophet. They deuyded my garmetes amonge them: and apon my vesture did cast loottes.
27:36And they sate and watched him there.
27:37And they set vp over his heed the cause of his deeth written. This is Iesus the kynge of the Iewes.
27:38And ther were two theves crucified with him one on ye right honde and another on the lyfte.
27:39They that passed by revyled him waggynge ther heeddes
27:40and sayinge: Thou that destroyest the temple of God and byldest it in thre dayes save thy sylfe. If thou be ye sonne of God come doune from the crosse.
27:41Lykwyse also the hye prestes mockinge him with the scribes aud elders sayde:
27:42He saved other him sylfe he can not save. If he be ye kynge of Israel: let him now come doune from the crosse and we will beleve him.
27:43He trusted in God let him deliver him now yf he will have him: for he sayde I am the sonne of God.
27:44That same also the theves which were crucified with him cast in his tethe.
27:45From the sixte houre was there dercknes over all the londe vnto the nynth houre.
27:46And about ye nynth houre Iesus cryed with a loude voyce sayinge: Eli Eli lama asbathani. That is to saye my God my God why hast thou forsaken me?
27:47Some of them that stode there when they herde that sayde: This man calleth for Helyas.
27:48And streyght waye one of them ranne and toke a sponge and filled it full of veneger and put it on a rede and gave him to drinke.
27:49Other sayde let be: let vs se whyther Helyas will come and deliver him.
27:50Iesus cryed agayne with a lowde voyce and yelded vp the goost.
27:51And beholde the vayle of the temple dyd rent in twayne from ye toppe to the bottome and the erth dyd quake and the stones dyd rent
27:52and graves dyd open: and the bodies of many sainctes which slept arose
27:53and came out of ye graves after his resurreccion and came into the holy cite and appered vnto many.
27:54When the Centurion and they that were with him watchinge Iesus sawe ye erth quake and those thinges which hapened they feared greatly sayinge. Of a surete this was the sonne of God.
27:55And many wemen were there beholdinge him a farre of which folowed Iesus fro Galile ministringe vnto him.
27:56Amonge which was Mary Magdalen and Mary the mother of Iames and Ioses and ye mother of zebedes chyldren.
27:57When the even was come there came a ryche man of Aramathia named Ioseph which same also was Iesus disciple.
27:58He went to Pilate and begged the body of Iesus. Then Pilate commaunded the body to be delivered.
27:59And Ioseph toke the body and wrapped it in a clene lynnyn clooth
27:60and put it in his newe tombe which he had hewen out even in the roke and rolled a greate stone to the dore of ye sepulcre and departed.
27:61And there was Mary Magdalene and the other Mary sittynge over ageynste the sepulcre.
27:62The nexte daye that foloweth good frydaye the hye prestes and pharises got them selves to Pilate
27:63and sayde: Syr we remember yt this deceaver sayde whyll he was yet alyve After thre dayes I will aryse agayne.
27:64Commaunde therfore that the sepulcre be made sure vntyll ye thyrd daye lest paraventure his disciples come and steale him awaye and saye vnto the people he is rysen from deeth and the laste erroure be worsse then the fyrst.
27:65Pilate sayde vnto them. Take watche men: Go and make it as sure as ye can.
27:66And they went and made the sepulcre sure with watche men and sealed the stone.


27:1Vpon the morow, all the hye prestes and elders of the people helde a councell agaynst Iesus, that they might put him to death,
27:2and bounde him, and led him forth, and delyuered him vnto Pontius Pilate the debyte.
27:3When Iudas which betrayed him, sawe this that he was condemned vnto death, it repented him, and brought agayne the thirtie syluer pens to the hye prestes and the elders,
27:4and sayde: I haue done euell, in that I haue betrayed innocet bloude. They sayde: What haue we to do with yt? Se thou therto.
27:5And he cast the syluer pens in the teple, and gat him awaye, and wente and hanged him self.
27:6So the hye prestes toke the syluer pens, and sayde: It is not laufull to put them in to the Gods chest, for it is bloudmoney.
27:7Neuertheles they helde a councell, and bought with the a potters felde, for to burye straugers in.
27:8Wherfore the same felde is called the bloudfelde vnto this daye.
27:9Then was that fulfylled, which was spoken by Ieremy the prophet sayenge: And they toke thirtie syluer pens, the pryce of him that was solde, whom they bought of the children of Israell:
27:10and these they gaue for a potters felde, as the LORDE commaunded me.
27:11As for Iesus, he stode before the debyte, and the debyte axed him, and sayde: Art thou the kynge of the Iewes? And Iesus sayde vnto him: Thou sayest it.
27:12And wha he was accused of the hye prestes and elders, he answered nothinge.
27:13Then sayde Pylate vnto him: Hearest thou not, how sore they accuse the?
27:14And he answered him not one worde: in so moch that the debyte marueled exceadingly.
27:15At that feast, the debyte was wote to delyuer a presoner fre vnto the people, whom they wolde.
27:16And at the same tyme he had a notable presoner called Barrabas.
27:17And whan they were gathered together, Pylate sayde vnto them: Whether wil ye, that I geue lowse vnto you? Barrabas, or Iesus which is called Christ?
27:18For he knewe well that they had delyuered him of enuye.
27:19And wha he sat vpo the iudgmet seate, his wife sent vnto him, sayenge: Haue thou nothinge to do with that righteous man, for I haue suffred many thinges this daye in a dreame because of him.
27:20But the hye prestes and the elders persuaded the people, that they shulde axe Barrabas, and destroye Iesus.
27:21Then answered the debyte, & sayde vnto the: Whether of these two wyl ye yt I geue lowse vnto you? They sayde: Barrabas:
27:22Pylate sayde vnto them: What shal I do then with Iesus, which is called Christ? They sayde all: let him be crucified.
27:23The debyte saide: What euell hath he done the? Neuertheles they cried yet more and sayde, let him be crucified.
27:24So whan Pilate sawe, that he coude not helpe, but that there was a greater vproure, he toke water, and wasshed his handes before the people, and sayde: I am vngiltie of ye bloude of this righteous man. Se ye therto.
27:25Then answered all the people, and sayde: His bloude come vpon vs, and vpon oure children.
27:26Then gaue he Barrabas lowse vnto the, but caused Iesus be scourged, and delyuered him to be crucified.
27:27Then the debites soudyers toke Iesus, in to the comon hall, and gathered the whole multitude ouer him,
27:28and stryped him out of his clothes, and put a purple robe vpo him,
27:29and plated a crowne of thorne, & set it vpon his heade, and a rede in his hade, and kneled before him, and mocked him, and sayde: hayle kynge of the Iewes.
27:30And spytted vpon him, and toke ye rede, & smote him vpon the heade.
27:31And wha they had mocked hi, they toke the robe of him ageyne, & put his owne clothes vpon him, and led him forth, yt they might crucifie hi.
27:32And as they were goinge out, they founde a man of Cyren called Symon: him they compelled to beare his crosse.
27:33And when they came vnto the place called Golgatha (that is to saye by interpretacio a place of deed mens sculles)
27:34they gaue him to drynke, veneger myxte wt gall. And whan he had tasted therof, he wolde not drynke.
27:35So whan they had crucified him, they parted his garmetes, and cast lottes therfore: that the thinge might be fulfilled, which was spoken by the prophet: They haue parted my garmetes amonge the, & cast lottes vpon my vesture.
27:36And there they sat, and watched hi.
27:37And aboue ouer his heade, they put vp the cause of his death in wrytinge: namely: This is the kynge of the Iewes.
27:38Then were there two murthurers crucified with him, the one of the right hande, and the other on the left.
27:39They that wente by, reuyled him, and wagged their heades
27:40and sayde: Thou that breakest downe the teple of God, and buyldest it in thre dayes, helpe thyself. Yf thou be the sonne of God, come downe from the crosse.
27:41The hye prestes also in like maner with the scrybes & elders, laughed him to scorne, and sayde:
27:42he hath helped other, and can not helpe himself: Yf he be the kynge of Israel, let him come downe now from the crosse, and we wil beleue him
27:43He trusted in God, let him delyuer him now, yf he wil haue him. For he hath sayde: I am the sonne of God.
27:44The murtherers also that were crucified with him, cast the same in his tethe.
27:45And from ye sixte houre there was darcknes ouer the whole earth vnto the nyenth houre.
27:46And aboute the nyenth houre, Iesus cried with a loude voyce, and sayde: Eli, Eli, Lamma asabthani? that is, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?
27:47But some of the that stode there, when they herde yt sayde: He calleth Elias.
27:48And immediatly one of them ranne, and toke a spoge, and fylled it with veneger, and put it vpon a rede, and gaue him to dryncke.
27:49But ye other sayde: holde, let se whether Elias wyl come, and delyuer him.
27:50Iesus cried agayne with a loude voyce, and gaue vp the goost.
27:51And beholde, the vale of the temple was rente in two peces, from aboue tyll beneth, and the earth quaked, and the stones rent,
27:52and the graues opened, and many bodies of the sayntes that slepte, arose,
27:53and wete out of the graues after his resurreccion, and came in to the holy cite, and appeared vnto many.
27:54But the captayne and they that were with him, and kepte Iesus, when they sawe the earthquake and the thinges that were done, they were sore afrayed, and sayde: Verely this was Gods sonne.
27:55And there were many wemen there lokynge to afarre of, which had folowed Iesus from Galile, and had mynistred vnto him:
27:56amonge whom was Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of Iames and Ioses, and the mother of the children of Zebede.
27:57At euen there came a rich man of Arimathia, called Ioseph, which was also a disciple of Iesus.
27:58He wete vnto Pylate, and axed the body of Iesus. Then commaunded Pylate that the body shulde be geue him.
27:59And Ioseph toke the body, and wrapped it in a cleane lynnen cloth,
27:60and layed it in his owne new sepulcre, which he had hewen out in a rocke, and rolled a greate stone to the dore of the sepulcre, and wente his waye.
27:61And there was Mary Magdalene and ye other Mary, syttinge ouer agaynst the sepulcre.
27:62The next daye that foloweth the daye of preparynge, the hye prestes and Pharises came together vnto Pylate,
27:63and saide: Syr, we haue called to remembraunce, that this disceauer sayde whyle he was yet alyue: After thre dayes I wyl ryse agayne.
27:64Comaunde therfore that the sepulcre be kepte vnto the thirde daye, lest peraduenture his disciples come, and steale him awaye, and saye vnto the people: He is rysen from the deed, and so shal the last errour be worse the the first.
27:65Pylate sayde vnto them: There haue ye watchme, go youre waye, and kepe it as ye can.
27:66They wete and kepte the sepulcre wt watchmen, and sealed the stone.


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