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THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1913.
BIBLICAL STORY
J OF CRUCIFIXION
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This Is Good Friday, the Cay on Which Christ Was Put to Death
by Being Nailed to a Cro3& The Account of the Execution as
I Given in the Bible, Is Presented in the Following
I FRIDAY THE DAY OF SUFFERING
I The Agony In Gethsemane.
And they came unto a place which
was named Gethsemane and he Baitta
unto his disciples, "Sit ye hen?, while
I I pray
And he takeili with him Peter and
James and John, and hegan to be
, greatly amazed, and sore troubled.
And he sahh unto them. "My soul
I Is exceeding sorrowful, oven unto
death; abide yc here, and watch."
And he went forward a little, and
dfell on the ground, and prayed that if
It were possible, the hour might pass
. awn from him
And he said "Abba, Father, all
f things are possible unto the; remove
j this cup from me; howbeit not what
i, m I hu' what thou wilt '
And there appeared unto him an
B angel from heaven, strengthening him
And being in agony, he prayed more
! I earnestly, and his sweat became as
"m It were great drops of blood falling
IS H 00WI1 upon the ground
And when he rose up from his pray
'il er, he came unto the disciple?, nnd
found them sleeping for sorrow, nnd
I said unto i, r Simon leepi -1
j thoir Couldst thou not watch one
hour'' Watch nnd pray, that ye en
B I tei" not into temptation the spirit
Indeed Is willing, but the flesh is
weak."
Again a second time he went away
j and prayed, saving, "My Father. If
cannot pass away, except 1 drink it.
i I thy will be done."
And he came again and found them
sleeping, for their eyes were heavy
And he left them again, and went
tway and prayed n third time, say-
I lDg the same words.
i Then cometh he to the disclplee
and saith unto them, "Sleep on now.
and take your rest; behold, the hour
j Is n hnnrl and the" Son of man is
II betrayed Into the hands of sinners,
"Arise, let us be going, behold, he
59 is at hand that hetrayeth me
The Betrayal and Arrest.
And straightway, while he yet spake.
cometh Judas, one of the twelve, and I
with him a multitude with swords I
and staves, from the chief priests and
the scribes and the elders
'. Now he that betrayed him had Riv
en them a token, saying. Whottiin
ever I shall kiss, that Is he; take
bim. and lead him away safelv " And
when he was come, straightway be
came to him. and saith. "Rabbi," and
kissed him
But Jesus said unto him. "Judas,
i betravest thou the Son of man with
a kiss'"
Jesus therefore knowing all the
things that were coming upon him.
went forth, and saith unto them,
"Whom 6eek ye"
They answered him, "Jesus of Naz
areth." Jesus saith unto them, "1 am he."
And Judaa also, who betraved him.!
- was standing with them When there
I fore he said unto them, "1 am he,1
they went backward, and fell to the
ground.
Again therefore he asked them.
"Whom 6eek ye?"
And they said, "Jesus of Naza
, reth "
Jeeus answered, "I told you that 1
am he; if therefore yo Beek me, let
these go their way"; that the word
might be fulfilled which ho spako,
"Of those whom thou hast given me
p I lost not one."
And when they that were about
him saw what would follow, they
Bald, "Lord, shall we smite with the
sword"
Simon Peter therefore having a
bwotI drew it, and struck the high
priest's servant, and cut off his right
ear. Now the servant's name was
Mnlchus.
But Jesus answered and 6ald, "Put
P again thy sword into Its place
for all they that take the sword shall
perish with the sword Or thinkest
thou that I cannot beseech my Fa
ther and he shall even now send
j me more than twelve legions of an
gels" How then should the scrlp
tures be fulfilled, that thus it must
be? The cup which the Father hath
given mo, shall I not drink It?"
And Jesus said unto the chief
! priests and captains of the temple.
I and elders, that were come against
! him. "Are ye come out as against a
robber, with swords and Btavi When
I was daily with you in the temple,
ye stretched not forth your hands
against me; but this Is your hour,
and the power of darkness."
Then all the disciples left him, and
fled
1 And a certain young man followed
with him. having a linen cloth cast
about him. over his naked body; and
they lav hold on him; but he left the j
linen cloth, and fled naked
The Trial Before the Jewish Authori
ties. So the band and the chief captain,
i and the officers of the Jews, seized
Jesus and bound him, and led him
to Annas first; for he was father In
law lo L'aiaphas. who wns high priest
that year. Now Caiaphas was he that
gave counsel to the Jews, that K
was expedient that one man should
die for the people.
And Simon Peter followed Jesus,
and so did another disciple. Now
that disciple was known unto the high
priest, and entered in with Jesus into
the court of the high priest; but
Peter was standing at the door with
out. So tho oth"r disciple, who was
known unto the high prlet, went out
and spake unto her that kept the
door, anil brought in Peter
The maid therefore that kept the
door saith unto Peter, "Art thou also
one of this man's disciples''"
He saith. "I am not "
Now the servants and the officers
were standing there, bpvlng made a
fire of coals; for It was cold; and
thev wero warming themselves; and
Peter also was with them standing
and warming himself
The high priest therefore asked
Jesus of his disciples, and of his
teaching. Jesus answered h!m, "I
have spoken openly to the world; I
over taught in synagogues, and In the
temple, where all the Jews come to-
gether; and in secret spake I noth
ing. Why askest thou me1 Ask
them that have heard me. what Ii
spake unto them, behold, these know
the things which I said."
And when he had said this, one of '
the officers standing by struck Jesus
with his baud, saying. "Answerest
thou the high priest so""
Jesus answered him, "If I have spo
ken ell. bear witness of the evil; but j
If well, why ami test thou me?"
Annas therefore sent him bound un
to C'alaphas the high priest
Now the chief priests and the whole
council sought witness against Jesus
to put him to death, and found It
hot. For many bare false witness
against him, and their w itness agreed
not together And there stood up cer
tain, and bare false witness aguinst
him, saying, "We heard hlra say. I
will destroy this temple that is made
with hands, and In three days l will
build another made, without hands."
And not even so did their witness
agree together
And the high priest stood up in
the midst, and asked Jesus, saying,
"Answerest thou nothing? What is It
which these witness against thee?"
But ho held his peace, and answered
nothing.
And the high priest said unto him,
"I adjure thee by the living God. that
thou tell whether thou art the Christ,
the Son of God."
And Jesus said. "I am: and ye shall
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see the Son of man slttlug at the right
hand of Power, and coming with the
clouds of heaven "
And the high priest rent his clothes,
and saith, "Whnt further need have
we ol witnesues' 'Ye have heard the
blasphemy: what think ye?"
And they all condemned him to be
worthy of death.
Then did they spit In Mr face and
buffet him. And they blindfolded
him and smote him with the palms
of their hands. Baying, "Prophesy un
to us, thou Christ who is he that
struck thee'"
The Denial of Peter.
And as Peter was beneath In the
court, there cometh one of the maids
of the high priest; and seeing Peter
warming himself, she looked upon him
nnd saith. "Thou also wast with the
Nazarenc, even Jesus."
But ho denied saying, "I neither
know nor understand what thou say
est," and he went out Into the porch,
j and the cock crew.
And after a little while they that
stood by came and said to Pe'er. !
"Of a truth thou also art one of
them; for thy speech maketh theel
known."
Then began he to curse and to
swear ' I know not the man." And
.straightway the cock crew.
And Mir l.or.l turned, and looked up
on Piter Vnd Petei remembered the'
word of the Lord, how that he said
unto him, "Before the cock crow twice
thou shalt deny me thrice."
And he went out. and wept bitterly.
And straightway in the morning the;
chief priests with the elders and
scribes, and the w hole council, held ,
a consultation, and hound Jesus, and
carried him away, and delivered him
up to Pilate, the governor.
The Remorse of Judas.
Then Judas, who betrayed him.
when he saw that he was condemn
ed repented himself, and brought
back the thirty pieces of silver to
the chief priests and elders, saying,'
"I have sinned in that I betrayed In-!
nocent blood."
But they said. "What is that to us?
see t nou to it.
And he cast down the pieces of
silver Into the sanctuary, and depart
ed; and he went awav and hanged
himself.
And the chief priests took the pieces
of silver, and said. "It is not lawful
j to put them into the treasury, since
it is the pre of blood " And they
took counsel, and bought with them
the potter's field, to bury strangers In.
Wherefore thru field was called "The
field of blood " unto this day.
Then was fulfilled that which was
spoken through Jeremiah tne proph
et, saying. "And they took the thirty
pieces of silver, the price of hlra
that wac priced, whom certain of the
children of Israel did price; and they
gave them for the potter's field, as
the Lord appointed me."
The Trial Before Pilate
They led Jesus therefore from Caia
phas into the Praetorium; and it was
early; and they themselves entered1
not into the Praetorium, that the:,
might not be defiled, but mleht eat
the passover. Pilate therefore went I
out unto them, and saith. "What accu
Batlon bring yc against this man?"
They answered and 6ald unto him,
"If this man were not an evil-doer,
we should not have delivered him up
Unto thee."
PUate therefore said unto them.
"Take him yourselves, and Judge him
according to your law."
The Jews said unto him. "It Is not :
lawful for us to put any man to'
death"; that tho word of Jesus might
be fulfilled, which he spake, signi
fying by what manner of death he j
should die.
And they began to accuse him, say
ing, "We found this man pervert
Ing our nation, and forbidding to
give tribute to Caesar, and saying that
he himself Is Christ a king r
And when he was accused by the
chief priests and elders, he answered
nothing Then saith Pilate unto him,
"Hearest thou not how many things
they witness against thee?" And he
gave him no answer not even to one
word insomuch that the governoi
marveled greatly.
Pilau- therefore entered again Into
the Praetorium and called Jesus, and
said unto him, "Art thou the King ol
the Jews'"
Jesus answered. "Saest thou this of
thyself, or did others tell it thee con
cerning me?"
Pilate answered. "Am I a Jew""
Thine own nation andthe chief priest
delivered thee unto me; what hast
thou done?"
Jesus answered. "My kingdom Is
not of this world- If my kingdom
I were of this world, then would my
servants fight, that I should not be
delivered to the Jews; but now Is my
I kingdom not from hence."
Pilate therefore 6ald unto him, "Art
j thou a king then?"
Jesus answered. "Thou sayest that
I am a king To this end have I been
I born, and to this end am I come Into
tho world, that 1 hhould bear witnesH
I unto the truth Every one that Is of
the truth heareth my voice."
Pilate saith unto him. ' What Is
truth?"
And when he said this, he went out
again unto the Jews, and salth unto
them, "I find no crime in him."
But they were the more urgent, j
saying, "He stlrreth up the people,'
I teaching throughout all Judaea, and
beginning from Galilee, even unto
this place."
But when PUate heard it, he asked 1
I whether the man were a OsUIaean .1
And when he knew that he was ofi
IHerod s Jurisdiction, he sent him unto I
Herod, who himself also was at
Jerusalem in these days.
Jesus Before Herod.
Now when Herod saw Jesus, he was
exceeding glad; for he va6 of a long!
tiinr desirous lo see him. because he
had heard concerning him, and he
hoped to see some ralraclo done by
him. And ho questioned him In many
words; but he answered him nothing
And the chief priests, and the scribes
stood, vehemently accusing hloi And
Herod with his soldiers set him ati
nought and mocked him. and ar
raying him In gorgeous apparel sent
him hict to Pilate
And Herod and Pilate became
friends with each other that vetv
day: for before they were at enmitv
between themselves.
The Trial Before Pilate Resumed
Vnd Pilate called together the chief
priests and the rulers and the peo
ple, and said unto them. "Ye brought
unto ms this man, as one that per
vrrteth the people- an,i hehold I lin
ing examined him before von found
no fault In this man touching those
things whereof ye accuse hlnv no
nor yet Herod I for he sent htm hack
unto us; and hehold. nothing worthv
of desth hath heon done by him I
will therefore chastise him; and re
lease him "
Now at the feast the governor was
I wont to release unto the multitude I
lone prisoner, called Barabbas lying
Jhound with them that had made In
surrection, men who n the insur
rection had committed murder And
the multitude went up and began to
nsk him to do as he was wont to do
unto them
And Pilate answered them saving
Will ve that I release unto vou the
King of the .Tews"" For he perceived
that for envy tho chief priests had
delivered him up
Now the chief priests and the eld
ers persuaded the multitudes that
they should ask for Barabbas. and:
destroy Jesus.
But the governor answered and said
unto them ' Which of the two will ve !
that I release unto you''
And thoy said, 'Barabbas."
Pilate salth unto them. "What then
Bhall I do vrato Jesus who is called
Christ'"
Thev all say, "Let him be cruel- I
fied "
And he said unto them a third time
"Why, what evil hath this man done
T have found no cause of death in
him: I will therefore chastise and
release him
Thsfl Pilate therefore took Jrs
and scourged him.
And) (lie soldiers led him awav with- '
in the court, which is the Praetorium; ,
and they call together the whole band.
nd the snipped him, and arrayed
him in a purple garment An i the;,
platted a crown Of thorns and put It
men his head, and a reed In his right
hand; and thev kneeled down before
him. anl mocked him. saying: '"Hail, j
King of the Jew?'" and they struck
him with their hands. nd thev spat
upon him. and took the reed and
smote him upon the head
And Pilate went out again, and
salth unto them, "Behold, I bring him
out to you. that ye may know that I j
find no crime In him "
Jesus therefore came out. wearing
the cron of thorns and the purple;
garment. And Pilate saith unto them,.
iennm, t no man
When therefore the chief priests
nnd the officers saw him. they cried
out, saying. "Crucify him, cruri Tv
him'"
Pilate salth unto them. "Take him
yourselves, and crucify him: for I find
(no crime in hlra."
The Tews answered him. ' We have
a 'r. w. and by thnt law he ought to
;dle because he made himself the Son
of Cod."
When PUate therefore heard this
Baying, he was the more afraid: and
he entere, Into the Praetorium again,
rnd salth unto Tesus, "Whence art
thou?"
But Jesus gave him no answer
Pilate therefore saith unto him,
"Speakest thou not unto me? Know
I est thou not that I hae power to
release thee, and have power to cru
cify tbeo?"
lesus answered him. "Thou would
est have no power ngainst me. except
It were given thee from shove there
fore he that delivered me unto thee
hath greater sin
I'pon this Pilate sought to release
him' but the Jews cried out, saying.
''If thou release this man. thou art
not Cae6ar's friend: every one that
maketh himself a king speaketb
against CaeBar."
When Pilate therfore heard tho-e
words, he brought Jesus out, and sat
down on the Judgment-scat at a place
called The Pavement, but In Hebrew,
Gab hatha.
And while he was sitting on the
Udgmsnt-SSat, his wife sent unto him
salnsr. "Have tho'i nnthlnc to do with
i that righteous man; for I have suf
fered raunv things this day In a dream
because of him "
Now It was the Preparation of the
'passover: It was about the sixth hour
And he salth unto the Jews, ' Behold,
our King."
Thev therefore cried out, "Awav
with him, away with him, crucify
! him ' "
PUate saith unto them. "Shall I cru
cify your King''"
The chief priests answered, "We
h:ve no king hut Caesar"
So when PUate saw that he pre
vailed nothing, but rather that a
tumult was arising, he took water,
land washed bis hands before the mul
titude, saying, "I am innocent of the
blood of this righteous man; see ve
'to H "
And all the people answered and
M "His blood be on us, and on our
children."
And thev were urgent with loud
voices askint: that he might be cru
cified vnd their olceg prevailed
And Pilate, wishing to content the
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! multitude, gave sentence that what
thoy asked for should he done And
he released unto them Parabbas. him
that for Insurrection and murder had
l.een cast Into prison, whom they ask - i
ed for; but lesus he delivered up to,
their will.
And when they had mocked him.
the took off from him the robe, and
put on him his parmonts, and led
I him away to crucify him
The Sorrovful Way.
Thev took .lesus therefore and he'
went out, bejrlng the cross for him
self And as they came out, they laid
hold upon one Simon of Tyrone, the
father of Alexander and Rufus. who
wns passing by. comlnK from the
country, him they compelled to go
with them and laid on him tho cross,
iliat he might hear it after Jesus.
And there followed him a great mul
titude of the people, and of women
who bewailed and lamente l him
Hut Jesus turning unto them said.
I "Daughters of Jerusalem, weep not '
for me, but weep for yourselves, and1
j for your children For lehold. the
das are coming. In which they ihall
' say. Rlessed are the barren, and the
wombs that never bare, and the
I breasts that never gave suck ' Then
I shall they begin to sa to the moun
tains, 'Fall on us'; and to the hills,
'CoVST us." For If they do these thlng;
In the green tree, what shall be done
In the dry ?"
Nnd there were also two others,
malefactors, led with him to be put to
death.
The Crucifixion.
And when they were come unto a
idace called Oolgotha. that is to say.
The place of a skull, they gave him
wine to drink mingled with gill and
when he had tasted it, ho would not
drink
There they crucified him. and the
malefactors, one on the right hand
i an d the other on the left.
And Jesus said. Father, forgive
;them; for they know not what they
do."
And Pilate wrote a title also, and
i put It on the cross. And there was
j written :
, Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the
Jews.
This title therefore read many of
the Jews for the place where Jesus
was crucified was nigh to the city;
and It was written In Hebrew, and in
Latin, and In Greek
The chief priests of the Tews there
fore said to Pilate. Write not. 'The
(King of the Jews.' but that he said.
'I am King of the Jews'"
PUate answered. "What I have
v. rit ten I hao written "
The soldiers therefore when thSf
hnd crucified Jesus, took his garments
and made four parts, to every soldier
B part; and also the coat, now the
coat wa without seam, woven from
the top throughout They said there
fore one to another, "let us not rend
It. but cast lots for it, whose It shall
be", that the ecripturo might be
fulfilled, which salth,
"They parted my garments among
them,
And upon my vesture did they ca?t
lots."
These things therefore the soldiers
did; and they sat and watched him
there.
And the people stood beholding.
And thev that passed by railed on
him, wagging their heads, and say
ing "Thou that destroyest the tem
ple, and bnildest It In three days,
save thy -elf if thou art the son of
Cod come down from the cross.''
In like manner also, the chief
priests mocking him. with the scribes
nnd elders, said He saved others:
himself he cannot gve. Let the
Christ, the King of Israel, now come
down from the cross, that we rnav
see and believe. He trusteth on Clod,
let him deliver him now. If he desir
eth him: for he said, 1 am the son of
God."
And one of the malefactors that
wert hanged railed on him. saying.
"Art not thou the Christ? Save thy
tself and us."
But the other answered, and re
buking him said Dost thou not even
real God. seeing thou art in the same
condemnation? And we Indeed Just
ly; for we receive the due reward of
our deeds: but this man hath done
n iililng amiss '' And he said. Jesus
remember me when thou comest In
thy kingdom."
And he said unto him, "Verily I say
nnlo thee. To lav shalt thou be with
me In Paradise '
But there were standing by the
cross of Jesus his mother, and his
mother's slater, Mary the wife of
Cleopas. and Mary Magdalene When
Jesus therefore saw his mother, nnd
the disciple standing bv whom he
loed. he salth unto his mother.
"Woman, behold thy son'"
Then salth he to the disciple. "Be
hold hy mother!"
And from that hour the disciple
took her unto his own home.
And when the sixth hour was come,
there was darkness over the whole
land until the ninth hour. And at
the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud
voice. "Elol. Elol. lama sabachthani""
which Is. being interpreted. "My God,
my God. why hast thou forsaken me?"
And some of them that stood by.
when thov heard It, said, "Behold,
he calleth' Elijah."
After this Jesus, knowing that all ;
things are now finished, that the
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salth, "I thrist." j
There waa get there a vessel full
(of lnegar: so they put a sponge full '
of the vinegar upon hyssop, and
I brought it to his mouth When Jesus
therefore had received tho vinegar,
he said, "It is finished."
And Jesus, crying with a loud
voice, said, "Father, into thy hands 1
commend my spirit" and having said !
this, he gave up the ghost.
And behold, the veil of th temple
I "was rent In two from the top to the
bottom and the earth did quake; and
the rocks were rent: and the tombs
wore opened; and many bodies of the f
paint-; thnt had fallen asleep were
raised; and coming forth out of the t
tombs after his resurrection they en- I
tered into the holy city and appeared
Onto many
Now the centurion, and they that I
wore with him watching Jesus, when
tuev saw the earthquake, and the !
thl n that were dn, ff-ared exceed
inclv. saying. "Truly this was tho
; son of Cml
I And nil the multitude! that came
together to this sight when thev he
held the things that were done, re- Ij
turned smiting their breasts. And
many women were therp beholding
i from afar, who had followed Jesug
from Galilee, ministering unto him.
I among whom was Mary Magdalene. I
and Marv the mother of James and l
iJoses, and the mother of the sons of I-
Zebedee. k-tli
The Jews therefore, because It was
the Preparation, that the bodies
should hot remain on the cross upon
the sabbath tfor the day of that sab
bath wns a high davi. nskpd of Pilate
that thlr legs might be broken, and
that thev might he taken away.
The soldiers therefore came, and
brake the legs of the first, and of tho
other that was crucified with him.
bit hen they came to Jesus, and
I saw that he was dead already, they
I brake not his legs; howbeit one of
1 the soldiers with a sppar pierced his
s'de. and straightway there came out
I blood and water And he that hath
sen hath borne witness, and his wit.
ncss Is true, and he knowth that he
soith true, that ye also may believe ;
For these things came to pnss. that
the scripture might Ik-, fulfilled. "K
bone of him shall not be broken " And
acaln another scripture saith. "Th
shall look on him whom they pierced "
The Burial.
And after these things when even
was come, there came a rich man
from Arimatbaea. named Joseph, a
cnnclllor of honorable estate, a dis
ciple of Jesus, but secrtlv for fear of
tho .Ii'ws . and he loldly went In unto
Pllnte and asked for the body of j
Jesus. And Pllnte marvelled if he
were already dead and calling unto
him the centurion, he asked him
whether he had been any while dead.
And when he learned It of the cen
turion, he granted the corpse to Jo
seph He came therefore, and took awav
his body. And there came also
V.eodemus ho who at the first came
to him by night, bringing a mixture of
rnrrh and aloes, about a hundred
pounds So thev took the body of
Tosus. and bound It in linen cloths
with tho spices, as the custom of the 1
Jewa is to bury
Now In the place where he tvs cm- h
clffed there was a garden: and In the j
garden a new tomb wherein was nev- j
er man yet laid There then because
of the Jews' Preparation (for the j
tomb was nigh at hand), thev laid
lesus; and rolled a stone agalust the
dcor of the tomb
And Marv Magdalene and Mary fhe
mother of Jesus beheld the tomb, and
how his body wai laid. And they
returned and prepared spices and
ointments.
Freckles
February and March Worst Months
for This Trouble How to I
Remove Easily
There's a reason why nearly every
body freckles In February and March, H
but aappiiy there is also a remedy for 1
these ucK blemishes, and no one need H
stay freckled.
Simply get an ounce of othine. dou- ,
bio strength, from A R Mclntre. 'H
Drugs. 2421 Wash. Ave . and apply a H
little of it night and morning, and in
a few days you should see that even
the worst freckles hac begun to dls
appear, while the light ones have van
Ishcd entirelv. Now is the time to jH
rid yourself of freckles, for if not re- fl
moved now the ir.a sin ail s'.in- . H
mer. and spoil an otherwise beautiful
complexion. Your money bach If
othine fails. It Mclntyre. Drugs.
2421 Wash. Ave (Advf.i
I here Is one thin- a woman never
boast of. nnd (hat Is how little It
costs to have her last year's hat re
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