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Luke 22:1-6 Wycliffe Bible (WYC)

22 And the holiday of therf loaves, that is said pask, approached.[a]

And the princes of priests and the scribes sought, how they should slay Jesus, but they dreaded the people.

And Satan entered into Judas, that was called Iscariot, one of the twelve.

And he went, and spake with the princes of priests, and with the magistrates, how he should betray him to them.

And they joyed, and made covenant to give him money.

And he promised, and he sought opportunity, to betray him, without the people. [And he promised, and he sought covenability, that he should betray him, without the companies.]

Footnotes:

  1. Luke 22:1 Forsooth the holy day of therf loaves, which is said pask, came nigh.

Luke 22:1-6 New Matthew Bible (NMB)

Christ is betrayed. They eat the Passover lamb. The institution of the sacrament. They dispute who should be greatest; he reproves them. He prays three times upon the mount. They seize him and bring him to the high priest’s house. Peter denies him three times, and they bring Jesus before the council.

22 The feast of sweet bread drew near, which is called the Passover. And the high priests and scribes were seeking how to kill Jesus, but they feared the people. Then Satan entered into Judas, whose surname was Iscariot (who was of the number of the twelve), and he went his way and communed with the high priests and officers, how he might betray Jesus to them. And they were glad, and promised to give him money. And he accepted, and sought an opportunity to betray Jesus to them when the people were away.

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Luke 22:1-6 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

22 3 Judas selleth Christ. 7 The Apostles prepare the Passover. 24 They strive who shall be chiefest. 31 Satan desireth them. 35 Christ showeth that they wanted nothing. 42 He prayeth in the mount. 44 He sweateth blood. 50 Malchus’s ear cut off and healed. 57, 58, 60 Peter denieth Christ thrice. 63 Christ is mocked and strooken. 69 He confesseth himself to be the Son of God.

Now the [a]feast of unleavened bread drew near, which is called the Passover.

And the high Priests and Scribes sought how they might kill him: for they feared the people.

[b]Then entered Satan into Judas, who was called Iscariot, and was of the number of the twelve.

And he went his way, and communed with the high Priests and [c]captains, how he might betray him to them.

So they were glad, and agreed to give him money.

And he consented, and sought opportunity to betray him unto them, when the people were [d]away.

Footnotes:

  1. Luke 22:1 Christ is taken upon the day of the Passover, rather by the providence of his Father, than by the will of men.
  2. Luke 22:3 God by his wonderful providence, causeth him to be the minister of our salvation, who was the author of our destruction.
  3. Luke 22:4 They that had the charge of keeping the Temple, which were none of the Priests and Bishops, as appeareth by verse 52 of this Chapter.
  4. Luke 22:6 Without tumult, unwitting to the people which used to follow him: and therefore indeed they watched their time, when they knew he was alone in the garden.
1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

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Luke 22:1-6 Authorized (King James) Version (AKJV)

22 Now the feast of unleavened bread drew nigh, which is called the Passover. And the chief priests and scribes sought how they might kill him; for they feared the people.

Then entered Satan into Judas surnamed Iscariot, being of the number of the twelve. And he went his way, and communed with the chief priests and captains, how he might betray him unto them. And they were glad, and covenanted to give him money. And he promised, and sought opportunity to betray him unto them in the absence of the multitude.

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