The evangelists have devoted one-third of the Gospel record to our Lord's Passion and Resurrection. A comparison of the four narratives clearly indicates the order of events upon the several days of the Holy Week. The devotional reading of the story is a most natural and helpful observance of the Easter season. As an aid to such observance this booklet has been prepared. It is the story, day by day, of the last week in our Lord's earthly life in the words of the four evangelists, containing all that they record, but without repetition. Messrs. Thomas Nelson and Sons have generously co-operated in permitting the use of the best translation.
d their craftiness, and said, "Why make ye trial of me, ye hypocrites? Show me the tribute money."
And they brought unto him a denarius. And he saith unto them, "Whose is this image and superscription?"
They say unto him, "Cæsar's."
Then he saith unto them, "Render therefore unto Cæsar the things that are Cæsar's; and unto God the things that are God's."
And when they heard it, they marvelled, and left him, and went away.
THE QUESTION OF THE RESURRECTION.
And there came to him certain of the Sadducees, they that say that there is no resurrection; and they asked him, saying, "Teacher, Moses wrote unto us, that if a man's brother die, having a wife, and he be childless, his brother should take the wife, and raise up seed unto his brother. There were therefore seven brethren: and the first took a wife, and died childless; and the second; and the third took her; and likewise the seven also left no children, and died. Afterward the woman also died. In the