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and they took counsel together, in order that, Jesus, by guile, they might secure, and slay.

Now, when morning came, all the High-priests and Elders of the people took, counsel, against Jesus, so as to put him to death:

But, they, were filled with folly, and began conversing one with another, as to, what they might do with Jesus.

And he was teaching day by day in the temple; but, the High-priests and the Scribes, also the chiefs of the people, were seeking to destroy him, -

and, departing, he conversed with the High-priests and Captains, as to how, unto them, he might deliver him up.

And, on this account, were the Jews persecuting Jesus, because, these things, he had been doing, on Sabbath.

The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?

From that day, therefore, they took counsel, that they might put him to death.



And they stirred up the people and the elders and the scribes; and, coming upon him, they caught him away, and led him into the high-council.

The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?

Now, when they heard this, they entered, under the dawn, into the temple, and began teaching. And the High-priest and they who were with him, arriving, called together the high-council, and all the senate of the sons of Israel; and sent off unto the prison, to have them brought.

and, assembling all the high-priests and scribes of the people, he was enquiring of them - Where is, the Christ, to be born?

Now, the High-priests and all the High-council, were seeking false-witness against Jesus, that they might, put him to death;

But, on the morrow, being minded to get to know the certainty as to why he was being accused by the Jews, he released him, and ordered the High-priests and all the High-council to come together; and, bringing down Paul, set him before them.



And they stirred up the people and the elders and the scribes; and, coming upon him, they caught him away, and led him into the high-council.

The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?

Now, when they heard this, they entered, under the dawn, into the temple, and began teaching. And the High-priest and they who were with him, arriving, called together the high-council, and all the senate of the sons of Israel; and sent off unto the prison, to have them brought.

and, assembling all the high-priests and scribes of the people, he was enquiring of them - Where is, the Christ, to be born?

Now, the High-priests and all the High-council, were seeking false-witness against Jesus, that they might, put him to death;

But, on the morrow, being minded to get to know the certainty as to why he was being accused by the Jews, he released him, and ordered the High-priests and all the High-council to come together; and, bringing down Paul, set him before them.


The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?

And, when it became day, the Eldership of the people was gathered together - both High-priests and Scribes, - and they led him away into their high-council, saying - If, thou, art the Christ, tell us!

But, leading them in, set them in the high- council. And the High-priest questioned them,


The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?




The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs? If we let him alone thus, all, will believe on him, and the Romans will come, and take away, both our place and nation. But, a certain one from among them, Caiaphas, being, High-priest, for that year, said unto them - Ye, know, nothing at all; read more.
nor do ye take into account, that it is profitable for you that, one man, should die for the people, and not, the whole nation, perish. This, however, from himself, he spake not, but, being, High-priest, for that year, he prophesied, that Jesus was about to die for the nation; and, not for the nation only, but that, the scattered children of God also, he might gather together into one. From that day, therefore, they took counsel, that they might put him to death. Jesus, therefore, no longer openly, was walking among the Jews, but departed thence, into the country near the desert, unto a city called, Ephraim; and, there, abode, with his disciples.


Now a certain man was sick, Lazarus of Bethany, of the village of Mary and Martha her sister. And Mary was she who anointed the Lord with perfume, and wiped his feet with her hair - whose brother Lazarus was sick. The sisters, therefore, sent out unto him, saying - Lord, see! he whom thou tenderly lovest, is sick. read more.
But Jesus hearing, said - This sickness, is not unto death, but for the glory of God, - that the Son of God may be glorified thereby. Now Jesus loved Martha, and her sister, and Lazarus. When, therefore, he heard that he was sick, then, indeed, he abode in the place where he was, two days. Then, after this, he saith unto the disciples - Let us be leading on into Judaea, again. The disciples say unto him - Rabbi! just now, were the Jews seeking to stone thee - and, again, goest thou thither? Jesus answered - Are there not, twelve hours, in the day? If one walk in the day, he doth no stumble, because, the light of this world, he seeth; But, if one walk in the night, he stumbleth, because, the light, is not in him. These things, he said, and, after this, he saith unto them - Lazarus, our dear friend, hath fallen asleep; but I am going, that I may awake him. The disciples, therefore, said unto him - Lord! if he have fallen asleep, he will recover. But Jesus had spoken concerning his death; whereas, they, supposed that, concerning the taking of rest in sleep, he had been speaking. Jesus, therefore, then, said unto them, plainly, - Lazarus, died; and I rejoice, for your sake - that ye may believe, - that I was not there; but let us be going unto him. Thomas, therefore, the one called Didymus, said unto his fellow-disciples - Let, us also, be going, that we may die with him. Jesus, therefore, coming, found that, four days already, had he been in the tomb. Now Bethany was near Jerusalem, about fifteen furlongs off; and, many from among the Jews, had come unto Martha and Mary, that they might console them concerning their brother. Martha, therefore, when she heard that Jesus was coming, went to meet him; but, Mary, in the house, remained sitting. Martha, therefore, said unto Jesus - Lord! if thou hadst been here, my brother had not died; And, now, I know, that, whatsoever thou shalt ask of God, God, will give unto thee. Jesus saith unto her - Thy brother shall rise. Martha saith unto him, I know that he shall rise, in the resurrection, in the last day. Jesus said unto her - I, am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth on me, even though he die, shall live again! And, no one who liveth again and believeth on me, shall in anywise die, unto times age-abiding. Believest thou this? She saith unto him - Yea, Lord! I, have believed, that, thou, art the Christ, the Son of God, - He who, into the world, should come. And this saying, she went away, and called Mary her sister, secretly, saying - The teacher, is present, and calleth thee. And, she, when she heard, was roused up quickly, and was coming unto him. Not yet, however, had Jesus come into the village, but was still in the place where, Martha, met him. The Jews, therefore, who were with her in the house and consoling her, seeing Mary, that quickly she arose and went out, followed her, supposing that she was withdrawing unto the tomb, that she might weep there. Mary, therefore, when she came where Jesus was, seeing him, fell at his feet, saying unto him - Lord! if thou hadst been here, my brother had not died. Jesus, therefore, when he saw her weeping, and the Jews who came with her weeping, was indignant in the spirit, and troubled himself, and said - Where have ye laid him? They say unto him - Lord! come and see. Jesus wept. The Jews, therefore, were saying - See! how tenderly he loved him! But, some from among them, said - Could not this man, who opened the eyes of the blind, have caused that, this one also, should not have died? Jesus, therefore, again, being indignant within himself, cometh unto the tomb. Now it was a cave, and, a stone, was lying thereon. Jesus, saith, Take ye away the stone! Martha, the sister of the deceased, saith unto him - Lord! by this time, he stinketh, for it is, four days. Jesus saith unto her - Said I not unto thee, that, if thou wouldst believe, thou shouldst see the glory of God? So they took away the stone. And, Jesus, lifted up his eyes on high, and said - Father! I thank thee, thou didst hear me: I, indeed, knew that, always, unto me, thou dost hearken; but, for the sake of the multitude standing around, I spake, - that they might believe that, thou, didst send me forth. And, these things, having said, with a loud voice, he cried out - Lazarus! Come forth! He that was dead came forth, bound feet and hands with bandages, and, his face, with a napkin, was bound about. Jesus saith unto them - Loose him, and let him go. Many therefore from among the Jews, who had come unto Mary, and gazed on what he did, believed on him but, certain from among them, went away unto the Pharisees, and told them what Jesus had done. The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs? If we let him alone thus, all, will believe on him, and the Romans will come, and take away, both our place and nation. But, a certain one from among them, Caiaphas, being, High-priest, for that year, said unto them - Ye, know, nothing at all; nor do ye take into account, that it is profitable for you that, one man, should die for the people, and not, the whole nation, perish. This, however, from himself, he spake not, but, being, High-priest, for that year, he prophesied, that Jesus was about to die for the nation; and, not for the nation only, but that, the scattered children of God also, he might gather together into one. From that day, therefore, they took counsel, that they might put him to death. Jesus, therefore, no longer openly, was walking among the Jews, but departed thence, into the country near the desert, unto a city called, Ephraim; and, there, abode, with his disciples.


The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?

Saying - What are we to do with these men? For, indeed, that a notable sign hath come to pass through their means, unto all who are dwelling in Jerusalem, is manifest, and we cannot deny it !


And, seeking to secure him, they feared the multitudes; since, for a prophet, were they holding him.


The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?

From that day, therefore, they took counsel, that they might put him to death.

Now the High-priests and the Pharisees had given commands, that, if anyone came to know where he was, he should inform them , so that they might seize him.



and they took counsel together, in order that, Jesus, by guile, they might secure, and slay.

Now, when morning came, all the High-priests and Elders of the people took, counsel, against Jesus, so as to put him to death:

But, they, were filled with folly, and began conversing one with another, as to, what they might do with Jesus.

And he was teaching day by day in the temple; but, the High-priests and the Scribes, also the chiefs of the people, were seeking to destroy him, -

and, departing, he conversed with the High-priests and Captains, as to how, unto them, he might deliver him up.

And, on this account, were the Jews persecuting Jesus, because, these things, he had been doing, on Sabbath.

The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?

From that day, therefore, they took counsel, that they might put him to death.



and they took counsel together, in order that, Jesus, by guile, they might secure, and slay.

Now, when morning came, all the High-priests and Elders of the people took, counsel, against Jesus, so as to put him to death:

But, they, were filled with folly, and began conversing one with another, as to, what they might do with Jesus.

And he was teaching day by day in the temple; but, the High-priests and the Scribes, also the chiefs of the people, were seeking to destroy him, -

and, departing, he conversed with the High-priests and Captains, as to how, unto them, he might deliver him up.

And, on this account, were the Jews persecuting Jesus, because, these things, he had been doing, on Sabbath.

The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?

From that day, therefore, they took counsel, that they might put him to death.


And ,Judas Iscariot, who was one of he twelve, went away unto the High-priests, that, him, he might deliver up unto them. Now, when they heard, they rejoiced, and promised to give him, silver; and he was seeking how, at a favourable opportunity, he might, deliver him up.

And, while, yet, he was speaking, lo! Judas, one of the twelve, came, and, with him, a large multitude, with swords and clubs, from the High-priests and Elders of the people.

And, having arrested him, they led him away, and took him into the house of the High-priest; and, Peter, was following afar.

The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs?

Then, went one of the twelve, the one called Judas Iscariot, unto the High-priests, and said - What are ye willing to give unto me? and, I, unto you, will deliver him up. And they appointed him thirty pieces of silver.

And, straightway, early, when they had made, a council, the High-priest, with the Elders, and Scribes, and all the High-council, binding Jesus, led him away, and delivered him up unto Pilate.

Then, were gathered together, the High-priests and the Elders of the people, into the court of the High-priest who was called Caiaphas; and they took counsel together, in order that, Jesus, by guile, they might secure, and slay. They were saying, however: Not during the feast, lest, an uproar, arise among the people.

And lo! one of those with Jesus, stretching forth his hand, grasped his sword, and smiting the servant of the High-priest, cut off his ear.

And a certain one from among them smote, the High-priest's, servant, and took off his right ear.

And, straightway, while yet he is speaking, Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve, cometh near, and, with him, a multitude, with swords and clubs, from the High-priests and the Scribes and the Elders. He that is delivering him up hath given an agreed sign unto them, saying - Whomsoever I shall kiss, he, it is! Secure him, and be leading away, safely. And, coming, straightway, stepping forward to him, he saith - Rabbi! and openly kissed him. read more.
And, they, thrust their hands on him, and secured him. A certainone of the by-standers, drawing a sword, smote the servant of the High priest, and took off his, ear.

And they led away Jesus unto the High-priest; and all the High-priests and the Elders and the Scribes gather together. And, Peter, afar of, followed him, as far as within, into the court of the High-priest; and was sitting with the attendants, and warming himself by the light. Now, the High-priest, and all the High-council, were seeking, against Jesus, testimony, with the intent to put him to death, - and were not finding any; read more.
for, many, were bearing false-witness against him, and the testimonies were not, agreed. And some, standing up, were bearing false-witness against him, saying - We, heard him saying, I, will pull down this shrine, the one made by hand, and, in three days, another, not made by hand, will I raise. And, not even so, was the testimony, agreed. And, the High-priest rising up into the midst, questioned Jesus, saying - Answerest thou, nothing? What are these, against thee, witnessing? But, he, was silent, and answered, nothing. Again, the High-priest was questioning him, and saith unto him - Art, thou, the Christ the Son of the Blessed? And Jesus said - I, am; and ye shall see the Son of Man - sitting, on the right hand, of Power, and coming with the clouds of heaven. And, the High-priest, having rent asunder his inner-garments, saith - What, further, need have we, of witnesses? Heard ye the profanity? What, to you, doth it appear? And they, all, condemned him to be, worthy, of, death. And some began to be spitting at him, and, covering up his face, and to be buffeting him, and saying to him - Prophesy! And, the attendants, with smart blows, took him. And, Peter, being, below in the court, there cometh one of the maid-servants of the High-priest;

And the High-priests and the Scribes were seeking, how they might get rid of him; for they feared the people. But Satan entered into Judas, him called Iscariot, being of the number of the twelve; and, departing, he conversed with the High-priests and Captains, as to how, unto them, he might deliver him up. read more.
And they rejoiced, and bargained with him to give him, silver; and he freely consented, and began seeking a good opportunity for delivering him up, in the absence of a multitude, unto them.

And, when it became day, the Eldership of the people was gathered together - both High-priests and Scribes, - and they led him away into their high-council, saying - If, thou, art the Christ, tell us! But he said unto them - If I should tell, you, in nowise would ye believe, And, if I should put questions, in nowise would ye answer; read more.
But, henceforth, shall the Son of Man be seated on the right hand of the power of God. And they all said - Thou, then, art the Son of God? And, he, unto them said - Ye, say it , - because, I, am. And, they, said - What, further, need have we, of witness? We ourselves, have heard it from his mouth.

And one and all the throng of them, arising, led him unto Pilate. And they began to accuse him, saying - This one, found we, perverting our nation, and forbidding to give, tribute unto Caesar, - and affirming himself to be, an anointed king.

They, therefore, cried aloud - Away! away! Crucify him! Pilate saith unto them - Your king, shall I crucify? The High-priests answered - We have no king but Caesar! Then, therefore, he delivered him up unto them, that he might be crucified. They took possession, therefore, of Jesus.



The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying - What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs? If we let him alone thus, all, will believe on him, and the Romans will come, and take away, both our place and nation. But, a certain one from among them, Caiaphas, being, High-priest, for that year, said unto them - Ye, know, nothing at all; read more.
nor do ye take into account, that it is profitable for you that, one man, should die for the people, and not, the whole nation, perish. This, however, from himself, he spake not, but, being, High-priest, for that year, he prophesied, that Jesus was about to die for the nation; and, not for the nation only, but that, the scattered children of God also, he might gather together into one. From that day, therefore, they took counsel, that they might put him to death. Jesus, therefore, no longer openly, was walking among the Jews, but departed thence, into the country near the desert, unto a city called, Ephraim; and, there, abode, with his disciples.

And the Pharisees, going forth, took, counsel, against him, to the end that, him, they might destroy. But, Jesus, taking note, retired from thence, - and many followed him, and he cured them all; and straitly charged them, lest they should make him, manifest:

And, Jesus, with his disciples, retired unto the sea; and, a great throng from Galilee, followed, also from Judaea,