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unto Luk. 24. 12. Then arose 13.35. Wherefore he faith also in and ran unto the Sepulchre, another Psalm, Thou shalt not suf. tooping down, he beheld fer thine holy One' to fee Coro inen Clothes laid by them- - ;ruption. .
s pt Mar 16. s. And entring inJoh. 19. 40.
to che Sepulchre, they saw a young Joh. 11. -44. He that was Man sitting on the right side, Came forth bound Hand and clothed in a long white Garment; with Grave-clothes, and his and they were afraid. was bound about with a 16 Mat. 28.9. As they went
**to tell the Disciples, behold, JePfal. 16. ro. Thou wilt not fus met them.-- Mar. 16. 9. " my Soul in Hell; · neither Now when Jesus was risen early,
thou suffer thine holy one to the first Day of the Week, he apCorruption. f Acts 2. 25, 31,15 peared first to Mary Magdalene, our id speakech concerning him, of whom he had caft seven Deesaw the Lord always before vils. Face, for he is on my right rt Luk. 24. 16, 31. Their Eyes d that I lhould not be moved. were bolden that they should not Leeing this before, spake of the 20 knom him. Their Eyes were opena rreption of Christ, that his Soul ed, and they knew him, and he va.
not left. in Hell, reither his gished out of their Sight. Joh. - did see Corruption. + Afts
a many other figns truly did Jesus in the Presence of difciples, which are not written in this Book. 31. But the are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Chri the Son of God, and that believing ye might have through his name.
CH A P. XXI. A FTER these things lefus fhewed himself again
o the disciples at the sea of Tiberias; and on this fhewed he himself: 2. There were together Simon Pete and Thomas called Didymus, and Nathanael of Canal Galilee, and the e fons of Zebedee, and two other of his de ciples. 3. Simon Peter faith unto them, I go a fishing The fay unto him, We also go with thee. They went forte, entred into a ship immediately; and that night they came nothing. 4. But when the morning was now come, stood on the shore: but the disciples fknew not that it Jesus. '5. Then : Jefus faith unto them, * Children 19 Sirs], have ye any meat ? They answered him, No. 6. A he said unto them, * Caft the net on the right fide of fhip, and ye shall find. They cast therefore, and now ti were not able to draw it for the multitude of filhes. Therefore that disciple whom Jesus i loved, saith unto Pere It is the Lord. Now when Simon Peter heard that it was Lord, he girt his fishers coat unto him, (for he was (1) nale
* * Joh. 21. 25.
Zebedee, and Jolon his Brother0; Luk. 1. 4. That thou might ft Joh. 20. 14. ct know the certainty of those 8 + Luk. 24. 41. While they things wherein thou hast been in believed not for Joy, and word Aructed.
she said unto them, Have ye C A&t. 4. 12. Neither is there any Meat? Salvation in any other : fot there hf Luk. 5. 4, 6. -Lanca is none other Name under Heaven into the Deep, and let down given among Men whereby we · Nets for a Draught. And must be saved.
To they had this done, they inch dt Joh. 1.45. Philip findeth N*- a great multitude of Files toanael...
their Nec brake. et Mat. 4. 21. -He faw other i See on Joh. 13. 23. Wo Brethren, James, che fon of
(1) The Words translated naked., or to be naked, very often fignia having only some part of the Body uncovered ; also the being without upper Garment. That St. Peter was not altogether naked, feems even from what is here faid; for St. John telling him, that our Lord there, he girt his Filhers Coat, or his upper Garment unto him, and a
caft himself into the sea. 8. And the other discinę in a little fhip (for they were not far from land,
were two hundred cubits) dragging the net with fishAs soon then as they were come to land, they faw coals there, and fish laid thereon, and bread. 10. ith unto them, Bring of the fish which ye have now
11. Simon Peter went up, and drew the net to land reat fishes, an hundred and fifty and thrée : and for all ere so many, yet was not the net broken. 12. Jesus Ito them, Come and k dine, and none of the disciples sk him, Who art thou? knowing that it was the Lord. us then cometh, and taketh bread, and giveth them,
likewise. 14. This is now the third time that Je wed himself to his disciples, after that he was risen he dead. 15. So when they had dined, Jesus faith on Peter, Simon Fon of Jonas, lovest thou me more than
He faith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I hee. He saith unto him, Feed my lambs. 16. He
him again the second time, Simon Fon of Jonas, lovest ne? He faith unto him, Yea, Lord, thou m knowest love thee. He faith unto him, Feed my sheep. 17. th unto him the third time, Simon Tom of fonas, lovest
thou Acts 10. 41. -To us who m 2 Sam. 7. 20. -Thou, Lord and drink with him after he God, knowelik chy Servant [Da. om the Dead.
vid). ee Joh. 25. 19, 26.