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Consummation of Thomas the Apostle

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1 10 | did not persuade them to abandon their opinions. And Thomas 2 11 | being stubborn, no one was able to heal him. And Misdeus 3 | about 4 5 | city; and a few soldiers accompanied him with their arms. And 5 8 | fulfilled Thy work, and accomplished what Thou gavest me to do. 6 10 | Misdeus and Charisius greatly afflicted Tertia and Mygdonia, but 7 11 | he has left me who always afflicts men, that they may not look 8 5 | him to death; for he was afraid of the multitude standing 9 | against 10 10 | sanctifying Jesus Himself will aid you. And Misdeus and Charisius, 11 11 | didst not believe in me when alive; how wilt thou believe in 12 6 | Thy grace, which does not allow us to be without feeling 13 | along 14 | an 15 4 | or a freeman? And Thomas answered and said to him: I am not 16 7 | in order that I may go apart from them and pray. And 17 5 | accompanied him with their arms. And the rest of the multitude 18 5 | believed in him. And he arose, I and took Thomas outside 19 10 | will. And all the brethren assembled together For the blessed 20 3 | to that sorcerer, that, availing himself of his magic art, 21 2 | coming to them and Thomas, bade them do this on the coming 22 4 | and that I might by thy bands depart from this body. Misdeus 23 1 | not yet thought worthy of baptism, they took it exceedingly 24 | becoming 25 8 | me. Let not publicans and beggars look upon me, nor let serpents 26 1 | And they entreated and begged the seal in the Lord, a 27 7 | souls from rashness; and behave in a manner becoming those 28 1 | and Markia, had become believers, but were not yet thought 29 6 | and one leads me, since I belong to One, to whom I am going 30 | beside 31 7 | the soldiers, the apostle betook himself to prayer; and it 32 11 | open the tomb, and take a bone of the apostle's body, and 33 10 | no long time you shall be brought beside me. And Misdeus and 34 9 | old the kings used to be buried.~ 35 4 | And Thomas said: Dost thou call these things which will 36 4 | Misdeus said: What is he called? And Thomas said: Thou canst 37 4 | called? And Thomas said: Thou canst not know His true name at 38 11 | brethren had taken them, and carried them into the regions of 39 1 | blessed Apostle Thomas was cast into prison; and he said: 40 8 | slander me, and let not the children of the dragon hiss at me. 41 11 | thee, through His great clemency. And Misdeus, when he did 42 6 | O Lord! for even to the close of life is fulfilled in 43 5 | they stood and observed him closely. And when they had gone 44 9 | beautiful shawls, and many linen cloths, and laid him in the tomb 45 2 | confirmed them in the faith, and commended them to the Lord, he went 46 2 | completed. And having made them communicate in the Eucharist, and having 47 2 | until all the mystery was completed. And having made them communicate 48 2 | talked much with them, and confirmed them in the faith, and commended 49 11 | to heal him. And Misdeus considered, and said I shall go and 50 5 | were saying, Misdeus was considering in what manner he should 51 | could 52 8 | leader, and guide in all countries, I follow Thee along with 53 7 | and let not your eyes be darkened in understanding, nor your 54 10 | mountain, and Juzanius a deacon, when he was led away to 55 11 | believe in me when I am dead? Fear not. Jesus Christ 56 5 | manner he should put him to death; for he was afraid of the 57 11 | was a demoniac; and the demon being stubborn, no one was 58 11 | the sons of Misdeus was a demoniac; and the demon being stubborn, 59 4 | that I might by thy bands depart from this body. Misdeus 60 7 | now, at least, when I am departing from my body; and let not 61 4 | have not been in a hurry to destroy thee, but have restrained 62 11 | appeared to him, and said: Thou didst not believe in me when alive; 63 10 | when he was led away to die. And the Lord helped them, 64 4 | myself; but thou hast made a display of works, so that thy sorceries 65 11 | Jesus Christ is kindly disposed to thee, through His great 66 | does 67 | done 68 4 | from them. And Thomas said: Dost thou call these things which 69 8 | not the children of the dragon hiss at me. Behold, I have 70 1 | having appeared to them in a dream, and ordered the apostle 71 | during 72 11 | of the West ), took some dust from where the bones had 73 | each 74 6 | those present ran to Thomas, eager to rescue him; but he was 75 7 | understanding, nor your ears shut up so as not to hear 76 4 | being the Lord of heaven and earth. And Misdeus said: What 77 7 | said to Juzanes: Son of an earthly king, but servant of Jesus 78 2 | them communicate in the Eucharist, and having talked much 79 1 | of baptism, they took it exceedingly ill that the blessed one 80 7 | my body; and let not your eyes be darkened in understanding, 81 11 | believe in me when I am dead? Fear not. Jesus Christ is kindly 82 6 | not allow us to be without feeling as to the body. For, behold, 83 | few 84 3 | went and found the jailors fighting, and saying: What wrong 85 11 | Misdeus, when he did not find the bones (for one of the 86 9 | to the soldiers: Come and finish the work of him that sent 87 7 | to prayer; and it was as follows:-~ 88 10 | appeared, and said to them: Forget not the former things, for 89 | former 90 | found 91 8 | slave, that I might receive freedom from Thee; do then give 92 4 | Art thou a slave, or a freeman? And Thomas answered and 93 7 | due to those who are to fulfil the command of Misdeus, 94 2 | he ran before them, and gave them light on the way, and 95 8 | and accomplished what Thou gavest me to do. I have become 96 3 | came they stripped him, and girded him with a girdle; and thus 97 3 | him, and girded him with a girdle; and thus they stood before 98 11 | look to Thy light which giveth understanding, O Lord, kind 99 1 | And he, seeing them, was glad, and glorified the Lord, 100 1 | seeing them, was glad, and glorified the Lord, and blessed them. 101 6 | in us the riches of Thy grace, which does not allow us 102 10 | not to be of this opinion, granted them their own will. And 103 11 | disposed to thee, through His great clemency. And Misdeus, when 104 10 | And Misdeus and Charisius greatly afflicted Tertia and Mygdonia, 105 2 | to be shut up. And they grieved and wept because Misdeus 106 6 | officer held him by the hand, and led him with honour. 107 11 | And after a long time, it happened that one of the sons of 108 11 | stubborn, no one was able to heal him. And Misdeus considered, 109 4 | thy sorceries have been heard of in all the country. But 110 4 | thine, being the Lord of heaven and earth. And Misdeus said: 111 6 | sorcery, And the chief officer held him by the hand, and led 112 10 | away to die. And the Lord helped them, and increased the 113 6 | blessed apostle said: O the hidden mysteries of Thee, O Lord! 114 8 | the children of the dragon hiss at me. Behold, I have fulfilled 115 10 | the former things, for the holy and sanctifying Jesus Himself 116 6 | the hand, and led him with honour. And at the same time the 117 8 | My Lord, and my God, and hope, and leader, and guide in 118 10 | and received the things I hoped for; but rise up and walk, 119 1 | ordered the apostle into the house of Juzanes.~ 120 7 | are free, being void of human glory, and live the life 121 4 | said: I have not been in a hurry to destroy thee, but have 122 1 | they took it exceedingly ill that the blessed one had 123 10 | the Lord helped them, and increased the faith by means of them.~ 124 1 | given much money to the jailor, they went in to him. And 125 3 | Thomas went and found the jailors fighting, and saying: What 126 10 | presbyter in the mountain, and Juzanius a deacon, when he was led 127 2 | Misdeus the king was to kill him.~ 128 9 | struck him at once, and killed him. And all the brethren 129 11 | giveth understanding, O Lord, kind to men. And his son being 130 11 | Fear not. Jesus Christ is kindly disposed to thee, through 131 9 | tomb in which of old the kings used to be buried.~ 132 11 | from where the bones had lain, and touched his son with 133 8 | and my God, and hope, and leader, and guide in all countries, 134 6 | laid hold of me, and one leads me, since I belong to One, 135 | least 136 2 | Lord, he went forth thence, leaving the women, and again went 137 11 | Jesus, now when he has left me who always afflicts men, 138 9 | beautiful shawls, and many linen cloths, and laid him in 139 7 | void of human glory, and live the life towards God. And 140 3 | availing himself of his magic art, he has opened the doors 141 | make 142 1 | mother, and Mygdonia, and Markia, had become believers, but 143 10 | and increased the faith by means of them.~ 144 11 | him, that he might obtain mercy from our Lord Jesus Christ; 145 11 | healed in this manner, he met with the rest of the brethren 146 1 | the prison, and given much money to the jailor, they went 147 1 | king's son, and Tertia his mother, and Mygdonia, and Markia, 148 | myself 149 6 | apostle said: O the hidden mysteries of Thee, O Lord! for even 150 2 | been secured, until all the mystery was completed. And having 151 4 | perish with thee, that our nation may be purified from them. 152 8 | but that they may hear who need to hear. I glorify Thee 153 | never 154 2 | on the way, and without noise opened the doors that had 155 5 | him; and they stood and observed him closely. And when they 156 11 | pray for him, that he might obtain mercy from our Lord Jesus 157 6 | of sorcery, And the chief officer held him by the hand, and 158 5 | and to one of the chief officers, and ordered them to take 159 9 | in the tomb in which of old the kings used to be buried.~ 160 | once 161 11 | and said I shall go and open the tomb, and take a bone 162 10 | persuade them not to be of this opinion, granted them their own 163 10 | persuade them to abandon their opinions. And Thomas appeared, and 164 | or 165 7 | the command of Misdeus, in order that I may go apart from 166 5 | arose, I and took Thomas outside of the city; and a few soldiers 167 | own 168 7 | pray. And Juzanes having paid the soldiers, the apostle 169 4 | never be removed from the people here.~ 170 8 | give it to me, and make me perfect. And this I say not wavering, 171 4 | that thy sorceries may also perish with thee, that our nation 172 7 | And when they came to that place where they were to spear 173 4 | slave, and thou hast no power against me at all. And how, 174 9 | And when he had prayed, he said to the soldiers: 175 7 | apostle betook himself to prayer; and it was as follows:-~ 176 10 | one had made Syphorus a presbyter in the mountain, and Juzanius 177 1 | that all rejoiced at his presence. When, therefore, Juzanes 178 8 | hast given to me. Let not publicans and beggars look upon me, 179 4 | that our nation may be purified from them. And Thomas said: 180 5 | in what manner he should put him to death; for he was 181 7 | delivered in your souls from rashness; and behave in a manner 182 8 | become a slave, that I might receive freedom from Thee; do then 183 10 | for I have gone up, and received the things I hoped for; 184 11 | and carried them into the regions of the West ), took some 185 1 | the prisoners, so that all rejoiced at his presence. When, therefore, 186 4 | sorceries? They shall never be removed from the people here.~ 187 6 | ran to Thomas, eager to rescue him; but he was led away 188 4 | to destroy thee, but have restrained myself; but thou hast made 189 5 | spear him; but he himself returned to the city.~ 190 6 | life is fulfilled in us the riches of Thy grace, which does 191 10 | things I hoped for; but rise up and walk, and after no 192 5 | of the multitude standing round, many, even some of the 193 11 | brethren who were under the rule of Syphorus, and entreated 194 4 | said Misdeus, hast thou run away and come to this country? 195 | same 196 10 | things, for the holy and sanctifying Jesus Himself will aid you. 197 4 | I came here that I might save many, and that I might by 198 8 | make me perfect. And this I say not wavering, but that they 199 1 | entreated and begged the seal in the Lord, a beautiful 200 4 | has been given Him for a season-Jesus the Christ. And Misdeus 201 2 | the doors that had been secured, until all the mystery was 202 1 | went in to him. And he, seeing them, was glad, and glorified 203 9 | finish the work of him that sent you. And the four struck 204 8 | beggars look upon me, nor let serpents slander me, and let not 205 7 | of an earthly king, but servant of Jesus Christ, give what 206 8 | Thee along with all that serve Thee, and do Thou guide 207 3 | the prison, and wishes to set all the prisoners free? 208 9 | wrapped him up in beautiful shawls, and many linen cloths, 209 | should 210 6 | For there were two on each side having hold of him, because 211 10 | am not there; why do you sit watching? for I have gone 212 8 | upon me, nor let serpents slander me, and let not the children 213 8 | Thee. Let no one take my sold, which Thou hast given to 214 | something 215 11 | happened that one of the sons of Misdeus was a demoniac; 216 3 | wrong have we done to that sorcerer, that, availing himself 217 6 | hold of him, because of sorcery, And the chief officer held 218 7 | being delivered in your souls from rashness; and behave 219 7 | Thomas spoke thus to those spearing him: Hear me now, at least, 220 10 | not go to the city, but spent the whole day there, and 221 7 | were to spear him, Thomas spoke thus to those spearing him: 222 5 | they had gone forth three stadia, he delivered him to four 223 5 | afraid of the multitude standing round, many, even some of 224 6 | Lord also, since He was a stranger, to whom I am going, who 225 3 | son. And when he came they stripped him, and girded him with 226 11 | demoniac; and the demon being stubborn, no one was able to heal 227 10 | And Syphor and Juzanes did not go to 228 11 | one of the brethren had taken them, and carried them into 229 2 | the Eucharist, and having talked much with them, and confirmed 230 4 | name at this time; but I tell thee the name that has been 231 [Title]| Text~ 232 | then 233 | thence 234 | therefore 235 | thine 236 5 | when they had gone forth three stadia, he delivered him 237 | through 238 | together 239 11 | the apostle's body, and touch my son with it, and I know 240 11 | the bones had lain, and touched his son with it, and said: 241 | towards 242 4 | Thou canst not know His true name at this time; but I 243 6 | with him. For there were two on each side having hold 244 | under 245 | until 246 | upon 247 | used 248 7 | those who are free, being void of human glory, and live 249 10 | the whole day there, and waited during the night. And Thomas 250 10 | hoped for; but rise up and walk, and after no long time 251 10 | not there; why do you sit watching? for I have gone up, and 252 8 | perfect. And this I say not wavering, but that they may hear 253 | we 254 11 | into the regions of the West ), took some dust from where 255 | while 256 | whole 257 | why 258 3 | the king know about his wife and his son. And when he 259 11 | believe in me when alive; how wilt thou believe in me when 260 3 | doors of the prison, and wishes to set all the prisoners 261 5 | thought that the king was wishing to learn something from 262 2 | forth thence, leaving the women, and again went to be shut 263 1 | and I shall preach the word to the prisoners, so that 264 4 | thou hast made a display of works, so that thy sorceries have 265 1 | but were not yet thought worthy of baptism, they took it 266 9 | all the brethren wept, and wrapped him up in beautiful shawls, 267 3 | fighting, and saying: What wrong have we done to that sorcerer, 268 | yet


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