Mark 14

1Was now the passover and the unleavened cakes after two days; and sought the high-priests and the scribes, how him by deceit seizing they might kill. 2They said but: Not in the feast, lest a tumult shall be of the people. 3And being of him in Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, reclining of him, came a woman having an alabaster box of balsam, of spikenard genuine very costly; and breaking the alabaster box, she poured of it down on the head. 4Were and some being angry to themselves, and saying: For what the loss this of the balsam has been made? 5Could for this of the balsam to be sold more three hundred denarii, and to be given to the poor. And they censured her. 6The but Jesus said: Let alone her; why to her troubles present you? good a work she has wrought in me. 7Always for the poor you have with yourselves, and, when you will, you can them good to do; me but not always you have. 8The having this, she has done; beforehand to anoint of me the body for the burial. 9Indeed I say to you, wherever may be published the glad tidings this in whole the world, also what she did this shall be spoken, for a memorial of her. 10And the Judas the Iscariot, one of the twelve, went to the high-priests, that he might deliver up him to them. 11They and hearing were glad; and promised him silver to give. And he sought, how conveniently him he might deliver up. 12And the first day of the unleavened cakes, when the paschal lamb was sacrificed, they say to him the disciples of him: Where wilt thou having gone we make ready, that thou mayest eat the passover? 13And he sends two of the disciples of himself, and he says to them: Go you into the city; and will meet you a man a pitcher of water carrying; follow him; 14and wherever he may enter, say to the householder: That the teacher says: Where is the guest-chamber, where the passover with the disciples of me I may eat? 15And he to you will show an upper room large having been furnished ready; there prepare you for for us. 16And went forth the disciples of him, and came into the city, and found even as he said to them; and they prepared the passover. 17And evening being come, he comes with the twelve. 18And reclining of them and eating, said the Jesus: Indeed I say to you, that one of you will deliver up me, who is eating with me. 19They and began to be sorrowful, and to say to him one by one: Not I? and another: Not I? 20He but answering said to them: One of the twelve, that dipping in with me into the bowl. 21The indeed son of the man goes away, even as it has been written concerning him; woe but to the man that, through whom the son of the man is delivered up; good it was to him, if not was born the man that. 22And eating of them, taking the Jesus a loaf, having blessed he broke and gave to them, and said: Take; this is the body of me. 23And taking the cup, having given thanks he gave to them; and they drank out of it all. 24And he said to them: This is the blood of me, that of the new covenant, that concerning many being shed. 25Indeed I say to you, that no more not not I will drink of the product the vine till the day that, when it I drink new in the kingdom of the God. 26And having sung a hymn, they departed to the mountain of the olive trees. 27And says to them the Jesus: That all will be stumbled at me in the night this; for it written: I will smite the shepherd, and will be scattered the sheep. 28But after the to be raised me, I will go before you into the Galilee. 29The but Peter said to him: Even if all shall be stumbled, yet not I. 30And says to him the Jesus: Indeed I say to thee, that thou this-day in the night this, before twice a cock to have crowed, thrice thou wilt deny me. 31He but with vehemence spoke more: If me must to die with thee, not not thee I will deny. In like manner and also all they said. 32And they came to a place, of which the name Gethsemane; and he says to the disciples of himself: Sit you here, till I shall pray. 33And he takes the Peter and James and John with himself; and began to be greatly amazed and to be in anguish. 34And he says to them: Extremely sorrowful is the soul of me even to death; remain you here, and watch. 35And going forward a little, he fell on the ground; and prayed, that, if possible it is, might pass from him the hour. 36And he said: Abba the Father, all (things) possible to thee; take the cup from me this. But not, what I will, but what thou. 37And he comes, and finds them sleeping; and he says to the Peter: Simon, sleepest thou? not couldst thou one hour to watch? 38Watch you and pray you, that not you enter into temptation; the indeed spirit ready, the but flesh weak. 39And again going away he prayed, the same word saying. 40And having returned, he found them again sleeping; were for the eyes of them weighed down and not they knew, what to him they might answer. 41And he comes the third, and he says to them: Do you sleep the now and rest you? it is enough, is come the hour; lo, is delivered up the son of the man into the hands of the sinners. 42Arise, let us go, lo, he delivering up me has come near. 43And immediately, while of him speaking, comes Judas, one being of the twelve, and with him crowd great with swords and clubs, from the high-priests and the scribes and the elders. 44Had given and he delivering up him a signal to them, saying: Whoever I may kiss, he it is; seize him and lead away safely. 45And coming, immediately approaching to him, he says: Rabbi, rabbi; and kissed him. 46They then laid on him the hands of them, and seized him. 47One and a certain of those standing, drawing the sword, struck the slave of the high-priest, and cut off of him the ear. 48And answering the Jesus said to them: As upon a robber came you out with swords and clubs, to take me. 49Every day I was with you in the temple teaching, and not you seized me; but that must be fulfilled the writings. 50And leaving him all they fled. 51And one a certain young man followed him, wrapped about a linen cloth on naked; and they seized him the young men. 52He but leaving the linen cloth, naked he fled from them. 53And they led the Jesus to the high-priest; and came together to him all the high-priests, and the elders, and the scribes. 54And the Peter at a distance followed him even to into the place of the high-priest; and was sitting in company with the attendants, and warming himself to the light. 55The and high-priests and whole the high council sought against the Jesus testimony for the to put to death him; and not they found. 56Many for testified falsely against him, but consistent the testimonies not were. 57And some having stood up, testified falsely against him, saying: 58That we heard him saying: That I will destroy the temple this the made with hands, and in three days another made without hands I will build. 59And not even thus consistent was the testimony of them. 60And arising the high-priest in midst, he asked the Jesus, saying: Not answerest thou nothing? what these of thee testify against? 61He but was silent and nothing he answered. Again the high-priest asked him and says to him: Thou art the Anointed, the son of the Blessed? 62The and Jesus said: I am; and you shall see the son of the man at right sitting of the power, and coming with the clouds of the heaven. 63The and high-priest, having rent the clothes of himself, says: What further need we have of witnesses? 64You have heard the blasphemy; what to you appears? They but all condemned him to be deserving of death. 65And began some to spit upon him, and to cover the face of him, and to beat with the fist him, and to say to him: Prophesy. And the attendants with open hands him beat. 66And being the Peter in the court-yard below, comes one of the maid-servants of the high-priest; 67and seeing the Peter warming himself, she looking to him says: And thou with the Nazarene Jesus wast. 68He but denied, saying: Not know, nor comprehend what thou sayest. And he went out into the outer court; and a cock crew. 69And the maid-servant seeing him again began to say to the having stood by: That this of them is. 70He and again denied. And after a little again those having stood by said to the Peter: Truly of them thou art; also for a Galilean thou art, and the speech of thee is like. 71He then began to curse and swear: That not I know the man this, of whom you say. 72And of second cock crew. And remembered the Peter the word, of which said to him the Jesus: That before a cock to have crowed twice, thou wilt deny me thrice. And reflecting he wept.
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