10 The people answered Him. "We have heard out ot The Law that Christ live forever. How say you that The Son Of Man must be lifted up? Who is this Son Of Man?"
11 Then Jesus said to them, "Yet a little while is The Light with you. Walk while you have The Light, least Darkness come upon you. For he that walks in the Darkness knows not where he goes.
12 While you have Light believe in The Light that you may be The Children Of The Light."
13 These things spoke Jesus then departed and hid Himself from them.
THE FOOLISH AND WISE VIRGINS
Coming again to the temple the people gathered around Jesus. He spoke to them a parable.
2 "Then shall The Kingdom Of Heaven be like ten virgins which take their lamps and went forth to meet the bridegroom.
3 Five of them were wise and five were foolish. Them that were foolish took their lamps but no extra oil with them. But the wise ones took vessels of oil with their lamps.
4 While the bridegroom tarried they all slumbered and slept. At midnight there was a loud cry. 'Behold! The bridegroom comes! Go out to meet him!'
5 Then all these virgins arose and trimmed their lamps. The foolish said to the wise, "Give us of your oil for our lamps have gone out.'
6 But the wise answered saying, "We cannot, for if we do there will not be enough for us and, you. Go you, rather, to them that sell oil and buy some for yourselves."
7 While they went to buy the bridegroom came. They that were ready went with him to the marriage and the door was shut.
8 But afterwards came the other virgins saying "Lord! Lord! Open the door for us!"
9 But he answered them "Truly I say to you, I know you not.' Watch, therefore, for you know neither the day nor the hour when the Son Of Man comes."
10 Now, again the priests and the Scribes knew that Jesus was speaking of them, and they were greatly angered, and would have laid hands on Him. But they feared the crowd greatly, so it was He passed among them. It was now that Judas The Tailor decided to betray Him.
THE LAST SUPPER
Now, the feast of the unloaved bread drew near, which is called The Passover. The Chief Priests and the Scribes sought how they might kill Jesus, for they feared the people putting Him over them.
2 Then came to them Judas The Tailor, being a member of the Twelve. He was brought in to them, said that he was disillusioned with Jesus, knew that He would ruin the nation, and that He should be betrayed.
3 They treated him like one of royalty, gave him money...thirty pieces of silver. He promised he would send them word when it would be safe to take Jesus far from the crowds.
4 Then came the day of Passover. Jesus called Peter and John saying, "Go. Prepare us the Passover, that we may eat."
5 They answered Him, "Where is it that you would have us prepare it?"
6 He answered them, "Beloved, when you enter into the city there shall a man meet you bearing a pitcher of water. Follow him to the house where he enters in. You shall say to the master of that house, 'The Rabbi says unto you where is the guest chamber where I shall eat the Passover with my apostles?'
7 He shall show you a large upper room, furnished, and made ready."
8 Taking the women with them they found the place and prepared the Passover.
9 As they were entering into the house Peter blocked Demetrius' way. "Rabbi!" he cried, "Never have I challenged that he follows you. I have slept with him and eaten with him, but what we do this night, is for Israel. He should not enter in. He is not of the Blood Of Israel."
10 "Peter, Peter!" moaned Jesus. "You know not how much his blood is of Israel. You do not know who you put out. But as you wish it, so be it. He hs other business this night to do, and I am sure he will forgive you."
11 So it was as the others entered in Demetrius went off to the palace of the Roman governor.
12 Now before they supped Christ removed His garments, took a towel, and covered Himself.
13 After that He began to wash the feet of the apostles and dry them with the towel that covered Him.
14 When He came to Peter, Peter cried out, "Lord, why do YOU wash MY feet?"
15 Jesus answered, 'What I do you know not now, but you WILL know, hereafter."
16 Peter said, "You should NEVER wash my feet!"
17 Jesus answered him, "If I do not wash your feet, you cannot be part of me."
18 Peter answered, "Lord, not only my feet, but my hands and my head, also."
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