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    Section XLIV.

    [1, 2] 3017

    3017 Matt. xxvi. 1.

    And when Jesus3018

    3018 Borg. ms., the Lord Jesus.

    finished all these sayings, he said unto his disciples, 3019

    3019 Matt. xxvi. 2.

    Ye know that after two days will be the passover, and the Son of man is delivered up to be [3] crucified.  3020

    3020 Matt. xxvi. 3.

    Then gathered together the chief priests, and the scribes, and the elders [4] of the people, unto the court of the chief priest, who was called Caiaphas; 3021

    3021 Matt. xxvi. 4.

    and they took counsel together concerning Jesus, that they might seize him by subtilty, and [5] kill him.  3022

    3022 Matt. xxvi. 5.

    But they said, Not during the feast, lest there take place a disturbance among the people; 3023

    3023 Luke xxii. 2b.

    for they feared the people.

    [6] 3024

    3024 Luke xxii. 3.

    And Satan entered into Judas who was called Iscariot, who was of the number [7] of the twelve.  3025

    3025 Luke xxii. 4a; Matt. xxvi. 15a.

    And he went away, and communed with the chief priests, and the scribes, and those that held command in the temple, and said unto them, What [8] [Arabic, p. 167] would ye pay me, and I will deliver him unto you?  3026

    3026 Mark xiv. 11a; Matt. xxvi. 15b.

    And they, when they heard it, were pleased, and made ready3027

    3027 Probably the letter that stands for and should be repeated, and the phrase rendered and appointed.

    for him thirty pieces of money.3028

    3028 So Vat. ms. (following Peshitta) and Ibn-at-Tayyib’s Commentary.  Borg. ms., followed by Ciasca, has dirhams of money.

      [9] 3029

    3029 Luke xxii. 6.

    And he promised3030

    3030 Lit. became responsible unto.  Syriac versions as in text above (cf. § 44, 33).

    them, and from that time he sought an opportunity3031

    3031 The Arabic (lit. a stumbling or a cause of stumbling) doubtless represents the Syriac.

    that he might deliver unto them Jesus without the multitude.

    [10] 3032

    3032 Mark xiv. 12.

    And on the first day of unleavened bread the disciples came to Jesus, and said unto him, Where wilt thou that we go and make ready for thee that thou mayest eat the passover?

    [11] 3033

    3033 John xiii. 1.

    And before the feast of the passover, Jesus knew that the hour was arrived for his departure from this world unto his Father; and he loved his own in this world, [12] and to the last he loved them.  3034

    3034 John xiii. 2.

    And at the time of the feast, Satan put into the [13] heart of Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot, to deliver him up.  3035

    3035 John xiii. 3.

    And Jesus, because he knew that the Father had delivered into his hands everything, and that he came [14] forth from the Father, and goeth unto God, 3036

    3036 John xiii. 4.

    rose from supper, and laid aside his [15] garments; 3037

    3037 John xiii. 5.

    and took a towel, and girded his waist, and poured water into a bason, and began to wash the feet of his disciples, and to wipe them with the towel wherewith [16] his waist was girded.  3038

    3038 John xiii. 6.

    And when he came to Simon Cephas, Simon said unto [17] him, Dost thou, my Lord, wash for me my feet3039

    3039 John xiii. 7.

    Jesus answered and said unto [18] him, What I do, now thou knowest not; but afterwards thou shalt learn3040

    3040 John xiii. 8.

    Simon said unto him, Thou shalt never wash for me my feetJesus said unto him, If I [19] wash thee not, thou hast no part with me.  3041

    3041 John xiii. 9.

    Simon Cephas said unto him, Then, my [20] Lord, wash not for me my feet alone, but my hands also and my head.  3042

    3042 John xiii. 10.

    Jesus said unto him, He that batheth3043

    3043 The Arabic word means swimmeth.  The Syriac versions have is bathed, which Borg. ms. misreads bathed, and Vat. ms. (followed by Ciasca) corrupts into batheth, rendering it swimmeth.

    needeth not to wash save his feet, whereas his whole [21] body is clean:  and ye also are clean, but not all of you.  3044

    3044 John xiii. 11.

    For Jesus knew him that should betray him; therefore said he, Ye are not all clean.

    [22] [Arabic, p. 168] 3045

    3045 John xiii. 12.

    So when he had washed their feet, he took his garments, and sat down, and [23] said unto them, Know ye what I have done unto you?  3046

    3046 John xiii. 13.

    Ye call me, Master, [24] and, Lord:  and ye say well; so I am.  3047

    3047 John xiii. 14.

    If then I, now, who am your Lord and Master, have washed for you your feet, how needful is it that ye should wash one another’s feet!  [25] 3048

    3048 John xiii. 15.

    This have I given you as an example, that as I have done to you so ye should do [26] also.  3049

    3049 John xiii. 16.

    Verily, verily, I say unto you, No servant is greater than his lord; nor an [27] apostle greater than he that sent him.  3050

    3050 John xiii. 17.

    If ye know that, ye are happy if ye do it.  [28] 3051

    3051 John xiii. 18.

    My saying this3052

    3052 Or, This my saying.

    is not for all of you:  for I know whom I have chosen:  but that the scripture might be fulfilled, He that eateth with me bread lifted against me his [29] heel.  3053

    3053 John xiii. 19.

    Henceforth I say unto you before it come to pass, that, when it cometh to [30] pass, ye may believe that I am he3054

    3054 John xiii. 20.

    Verily, verily, I say unto you, Whosoever receiveth whomsoever I send receiveth me; and whosoever receiveth me receiveth him that sent me.

    [31] 3055

    3055 Luke xxii. 27.

    Who is the great one, he that sitteth, or he that serveth? is it not he that sitteth?  [32] 3056

    3056 Luke xxii. 28.

    I am among you as he that serveth.  3057

    3057 Luke xxii. 29.

    But ye are they that have continued with me [33] in my temptations; 3058

    3058 Luke xxii. 30.

    I promise3059

    3059 cf. § 44, 9, note.

    you, as my Father promised3060

    3060 cf. § 44, 9, note.

    me, the kingdom, that ye may eat and drink at the table of my kingdom.

    [34] 3061

    3061 Luke xxii. 7.

    And the first day3062

    3062 Vat. ms. has the word day on the margin, added by a late hand.

    came, the feast of unleavened bread, on which the Jews were [35] wont3063

    3063 The misprint in the Arabic text has been overlooked in the list of Corrigenda.

    to sacrifice3064

    3064 Or, kill.

    the passover3065

    3065 Luke xxii. 8.

    And Jesus sent two of his disciples, Cephas and John, and said unto them, Go and make ready for us the passover, that we may eat.  [36, 37] 3066

    3066 Luke xxii. 9.

    And they said unto him, Where wilt thou that we make ready for thee?  3067

    3067 Luke xxii. 10a.

    He said unto them, Go, enter the city; 3068

    3068 Mark xiv. 13b; Luke xxii. 10b.

    and at the time of your entering, there shall meet you a man bearing a pitcher of water; 3069

    3069 Luke xxii. 11a.

    follow him, and the place where he entereth, say [38] to such an one, the master of the house, 3070

    3070 Matt. xxvi. 18b.

    Our Master saith, My time is come, and [Arabic, p. 169] at thy house I keep the passover3071

    3071 Luke xxii. 11b.

    Where then is the lodging-place where [39] I shall eat with my disciples3072

    3072 Luke xxii. 12.

    And he will shew you a large upper room [40] spread and made ready:  3073

    3073 Mark xiv. 15.

    there then make ready for us.  3074

    3074 Mark xiv. 16.

    And his two disciples went out, and came to the city, and found as he had said unto them:  and they made ready the passover as he had said unto them.

    [41] 3075

    3075 Luke xxii. 14.

    And when the evening was come, and the time arrived, Jesus came and reclined, [42] and the twelve apostles with him.  3076

    3076 Luke xxii. 15.

    And he said unto them, With desire I have [43] desired to eat this passover with you before I suffer3077

    3077 Luke xxii. 16.

    I say unto you, that henceforth I shall not eat it, until it is fulfilled in the kingdom of God.

    [44] 3078

    3078 John xiii. 21a.

    Jesus said that, and was agitated3079

    3079 The Syriac word is retained.  In Arabic it properly means become strong or proud (cf. § 38, 17).

    in his spirit, and testified, and said, Verily, [45] verily, I say unto you, One of you, he that eateth with me, shall betray me.  3080

    3080 Mark xiv. 18b; Mark xiv. 19.

    And they were very sorrowful; and they began to say unto him, one after another of [46] them, Can it be I, Lord3081

    3081 Mark xiv. 20.

    He answered and said unto them, One of the twelve, [47] he that dippeth his hand with me in the dish, will betray me.  3082

    3082 Luke xxii. 21.

    And lo, the hand of [48] him that betrayeth me is on the table3083

    3083 Mark xiv. 21.

    And the Son of man goeth, as it is written of him:  woe then to that man by whose hand the Son of man is betrayed! for it [49] would have been better for that man had he not been born.  3084

    3084 John xiii. 22.

    And the disciples [50] looked one on another, for they knew not to whom he referred; 3085

    3085 Luke xxii. 23.

    and they began to search among themselves, who that might be who was to do this.


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