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death, even the death of the Cros. Acts 10.39. And we are witneßes of all things
which he did, both in the Land of the Fews, and in Ferusalem, whom they fero, and hanged
on a tree. Acts 2.36. Therefore let all the House of Ifrael
know asuredly that God hath made that same Fesus whom
je have crucified both Lord and Chrift. Heb.9.28. so Chrift was once offered to bear the
fins of many, and unto them that look for him Shall he appear the fecond time without fin unte
salvation. Heb.12.2. Looking unto Fesus the author and f
nisher of our Faith, who for the joy that was la before him, endured the Crossé, despising the Mame, and is set down at the right hand of the
Throne of God. I Cor.15.3. For 1 delivered unto you first of all
that which I also received, how that Christ died
for our sins according to the Scriptures. Gal. 3.13. Christ hath redeemed us from the curse
of the Law, being made a curse for us, for it is written, Cursed is every one that bangetben a
Heb.9.22. And almost all things are by the Law
purged with blood; and without shedding of blood is no remißion. V.26,– Now once in the end of the world hath he appeared to put away for by the sacrifice of himself.
Heb.10.12, But this man after he had offered one
sacrifice forsins, for over sat down on the right hand of God. V.19. Having therefore brethren, boldnessé to
enter into the holiest by ibe blood of Fefus. V.20. By a new and living way, which he hath
consecrated for us, through the vail, that is to fay his fes. V.26. If we fin wilfully, after that we bave received the knowledge of the truth, there remai
neth no more facrifice for fins. 1 Cor.6.20. For ye are bought with a price, there
fore glorifie God in your body, andin your fpirit,
which are Gods. - iPer. 3.18. For Christ also hath once suffered for
sons, the just for the upjust, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh,
but quickned by the Spirit. Eph.5.2. And walk in love, as Christ also hath Loved us,& hath gives himself for us, an offering
and a sacrifice to God for a sweet smelling faCol.1.14. In whom we have redemption through
his blood, even the forgiveneffe of fras. V.30. And having made peace through the blood
of his Crosse. Eph.1.17. In whom we have redemption through
his blood, the forgivenesse of sins, according to to the riches of his Ģrace, , Co), 2.14. Blotting out the hand writing of or
dinances that was against us, which was cors trary to 145, "and took it out of the way, nailing
it to his Crosse. Rev.13.8. And all that dwell upon the earth shall
worship him, whose names are not written in the book of iife, of ihe Lamb sain from the four.
dation of the world.
and to all the fock, over which the Holy Ghost
and not for ours only, but also for the sins of the
s. What became of him after his Death; He being buried, rose again the chird day, and afcer Fourty days continuance on the earth (in which time he frequently appeared to his Difciples, and ochers, teaching the things appertaining to the Kingdome of God,), he ascene ded into Heaven, and is now in Glory with the Facher, where he intercedes for, and presepes the Merits of his Death and Sufferings, in the behalf of all chem chac unfeignedly repent of their fins, and do truly beleeve on him. And being made King and Head of his Church, and Lord of Angels and Men, he shall corpe from
Heaven again in great Glory, to judge the quick and the dead ac the Last day..
Mark.15.42. And now when the even was come
(because it was the preparation, that is the day before the Sabbath.) V.43.- Foseph of Arimathea, Mat.27.57. - Arich man Mark.15.43.- An honourable Counsellour -
, A good man and ajust, V.51. The same had not consented to the Counsel and deed of them, who also himself waited for
the Kingdome of God. Joho) 1. 36. Being a Disciple of Fejus, but fe.
cretly for fear of the Fews. Maks 15.43.- Came and went in boldly unto Pie
lat, and craved the body of Fefus. V.-4. And Pilat marvailed, if he were already dead, and calling unto him the Centurion, he asked him, whether he had been any while dead. V.45. And when he knew it of the Centurion, he
gave the body to Foseph. V.46. And he brought fine linnen, and took him
down, John 19.39. And there came also Nicodemus,
which at the first came to fesus by night, and brought a mixture of myrrhe, and aloes, about
an hundred pound weight. V.40. Then took they, the body of Fefus, and wound it in linnen Clothes with the spices, as the
manner of the Jews is to bury. V.41. And in the place where he was crucified there was a Garden, and in the Garden a nen
Sepulchre, wherein was never manyet laid, Mark.15.46. which was hewen out of a Rock, John 19.42. There laid they Fesus therefore, beo
cause of the fems preparation day; for the Sco
pulchre was nigh ai band. Mar.27.60. Androlled a great stone to the door of
the Sepulchre, and departed. Mat.12.40. For as Fonas was three daies, and
three nights in the whales belly, sofhall the Son of man be three dajes and three nights, in the
heart of the earth. i Cor.15.4. And that he was buried, and that be rose again according to the Scriptures,
v Rose again. Mat.17.22. And while they abode in Galilee, Fe.
sus said unto them, the Son of man shall be be. traied into the hands of men. V.23. And they shall kill him, and the third day
he shall be raised again, and they were exceeding
forry. John 2.19. Fesus answered and said unto them, destroy this Temple, and in three daies I will
raise it up.