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Acts of Thaddaeus

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1 2 | name. And there having gone abroad the fame of Christ, of the 2 1 | Armenosyrians-an Hebrew by race, accomplished and most learned in the 3 | according 4 2 | enjoined Ananias to take accurate account of Christ, of what 5 4 | Ananias, and fallen down and adored the likeness, Abgarus was 6 7 | himself king. And he being afraid, washed his hands in the 7 | against 8 7 | incorruptible at the end of this age; and He gave us power to 9 9 | Spirit, for ever and ever. Amen. ~ ~ 10 6 | he went to the city of Amis, great metropolis of the 11 1 | his preaching and seen his angelic life, he was baptized, and 12 5 | and Holy Spirit, having anointed them with the holy perfume; 13 7 | it. And the chief priests answered and said, His blood be upon 14 1 | of the twelve, the tenth apostle according to the Evangelists 15 5 | that had been said by the apostles in Jerusalem. For year by 16 2 | account of Christ, of what appearance He was, and His stature, 17 1 | Thaddaeus. And having seen the appearing of Christ, and His teaching, 18 9 | built a church; and having appointed as bishop one of his disciples, 19 5 | and Greeks. Syrians and Armenians, he baptized them in the 20 1 | in the interior of the Armenosyrians-an Hebrew by race, accomplished 21 7 | If thou let him go, thou art not Caesar's friend, because 22 5 | the resurrection, and the ascension, Thaddaeus went to Abgarus; 23 3 | as knowing the heart, and asked to wash Himself; and a towel 24 9 | enlightened many, he fell asleep on the twenty-first of the 25 2 | having heard of it, was astonished, and desired to see Christ, 26 7 | thereafter to us the twelve, who ate and drank with Him after 27 9 | twenty-first of the month of August. And the disciples having 28 | away 29 3 | saying: Give this, and take back this message, to him that 30 1 | in the days of John the Baptist; and having heard his preaching 31 | be 32 | became 33 8 | from different places, and beheld what was done by Thaddaeus. 34 8 | hearing his teaching, many believed, and were baptized, confessing 35 9 | healing the sick, he went to Berytus, a city of Phoenicia by 36 | beside 37 2 | me, that thou healest the blind, the lame, and the paralytic, 38 5 | mysteries of the sacred body and blood of our Lord Jesus 39 7 | dawn He rose, leaving His burial-clothes in the tomb. And He was 40 9 | disciples having come together, buried him with great honour; and 41 7 | let him go, thou art not Caesar's friend, because he proclaims 42 8 | and healed them all by calling upon the name of Christ. 43 3 | and given the letter, was carefully looking at Christ, but was 44 7 | examined Him and found no case, wished to let Him go; but 45 7 | blood be upon us and our children. And Pilate gave him up 46 1 | became His disciple; and He chose him as one of the twelve, 47 9 | for five years, he built a church; and having appointed as 48 6 | destroyed idol-temples and built churches; ordained as bishop one 49 5 | law of Moses, and to give close heed to the things that 50 5 | the holy perfume; and he communicated to them of the undefiled 51 8 | believed, and were baptized, confessing their sins.~ 52 | could 53 9 | brought many cities and countries to Christ through His teaching. 54 2 | Abgarus the governor of the country of the Edessenes, an unworthy 55 2 | to Christ by Ananias the courier, to the following effect:- 56 7 | to let Him go; but they cried out, If thou let him go, 57 7 | a great mock of Him, and crucified Him, and laid Him in the 58 4 | the likeness, Abgarus was cured of his disease before Thaddaeus 59 2 | and the paralytic, and curest all the demoniacs; and on 60 7 | on the third day before dawn He rose, leaving His burial-clothes 61 7 | upon Him. And on the third day before dawn He rose, leaving 62 7 | every malady, and raise the dead.~ 63 7 | He gave us power to expel demons, and heal every disease 64 2 | it, was astonished, and desired to see Christ, and could 65 6 | Thaddaeus along with Abgarus destroyed idol-temples and built churches; 66 8 | people ran together from different places, and beheld what 67 1 | and most learned in the divine writings. He came to Jerusalem 68 7 | And Thaddaeus said: No doubt you have heard of what has 69 | down 70 7 | the twelve, who ate and drank with Him after His resurrection 71 | each 72 2 | governor of the city of Edessa, Abgarus by name. And there 73 1 | Thaddaeus, was of the city of Edessa-and it is the metropolis of 74 2 | governor of the country of the Edessenes, an unworthy slave. The 75 2 | courier, to the following effect:-To Jesus called Christ, 76 | end 77 2 | enough for both. Abgarus enjoined Ananias to take accurate 78 3 | disciple Thaddaeus, who shall enlighten thee, and guide thee into 79 9 | there, having taught and enlightened many, he fell asleep on 80 | enough 81 2 | demoniacs; and on this account I entreat thy goodness to come even 82 2 | wicked Jews, which through envy they set in motion against 83 2 | to come even to us, and escape from the plottings of the 84 1 | apostle according to the Evangelists Matthew and Mark.~ 85 9 | Teaching, therefore, and evangelizing along with the disciples, 86 | even 87 | everything 88 7 | Judaea. And Pilate, having examined Him and found no case, wished 89 7 | and He gave us power to expel demons, and heal every disease 90 3 | washed Himself, He wiped His face with it. And His image having 91 4 | having received Ananias, and fallen down and adored the likeness, 92 2 | there having gone abroad the fame of Christ, of the wonders 93 9 | and enlightened many, he fell asleep on the twenty-first 94 7 | Peter and John first of my fellow disciples, and thereafter 95 9 | therefore remained with them for five years, he built a church; 96 3 | Christ, but was unable to fix Him in his mind. And He 97 1 | His wonderful works, he followed Him, and became His disciple; 98 2 | Ananias the courier, to the following effect:-To Jesus called 99 3 | again, and to raise up the forefathers. And after I have been taken 100 8 | And Thaddaeus, having gone forth along with his disciples, 101 7 | go, thou art not Caesar's friend, because he proclaims himself 102 9 | were healed, and they gave glory to the Father, and the Son, 103 2 | this account I entreat thy goodness to come even to us, and 104 2 | could not leave his city and government. And about the days of the 105 5 | multitudes, both of Hebrews and Greeks. Syrians and Armenians, 106 7 | it well, having also set guards upon Him. And on the third 107 3 | shall enlighten thee, and guide thee into all the truth, 108 2 | and His stature, and His hair, and in a word everything.~ 109 8 | his disciples, laid his hand upon each one of them, and 110 7 | being afraid, washed his hands in the sight of the multitude, 111 7 | taught, and how through hatred the chief priests delivered 112 7 | power to expel demons, and heal every disease and every 113 2 | heard of by me, that thou healest the blind, the lame, and 114 5 | and having found him in health, he gave him an account 115 8 | was done by Thaddaeus. And hearing his teaching, many believed, 116 3 | And He knew as knowing the heart, and asked to wash Himself; 117 1 | of the Armenosyrians-an Hebrew by race, accomplished and 118 5 | great multitudes, both of Hebrews and Greeks. Syrians and 119 5 | Moses, and to give close heed to the things that had been 120 | here 121 6 | the reading of the law the high priest said to Thaddaeus 122 9 | together, buried him with great honour; and many sick were healed, 123 5 | baptized him, with all his house. And having instructed great 124 | how 125 6 | along with Abgarus destroyed idol-temples and built churches; ordained 126 | If 127 3 | His face with it. And His image having been imprinted upon 128 5 | the passover, and again he imparted to them the Holy Spirit.~ 129 3 | And His image having been imprinted upon the linen, He gave 130 5 | gave him an account of the incarnation of Christ, and baptized 131 7 | preached to them, would rise up incorruptible at the end of this age; 132 2 | Abgarus, being seized by an incurable disease, sent a letter to 133 7 | multitude, and said, I am innocent of the blood of this man; 134 5 | all his house. And having instructed great multitudes, both of 135 1 | metropolis of Osroene, in the interior of the Armenosyrians-an 136 7 | Pilate the procurator of Judaea. And Pilate, having examined 137 5 | and delivered to them to keep and observe the law of Moses, 138 7 | because he proclaims himself king. And he being afraid, washed 139 7 | baptized, having had the kingdom of the heavens preached 140 3 | Him in his mind. And He knew as knowing the heart, and 141 3 | his mind. And He knew as knowing the heart, and asked to 142 2 | thou healest the blind, the lame, and the paralytic, and 143 2 | thee. My city is small, but large enough for both. Abgarus 144 1 | race, accomplished and most learned in the divine writings. 145 2 | see Christ, and could not leave his city and government. 146 7 | day before dawn He rose, leaving His burial-clothes in the 147 1 | Lebbaeus, who also is Thaddaeus, 148 6 | holy liturgy. And having left them, he went to the city 149 1 | preaching and seen his angelic life, he was baptized, and his 150 4 | fallen down and adored the likeness, Abgarus was cured of his 151 3 | been imprinted upon the linen, He gave it to Ananias, 152 6 | the psalmody and the holy liturgy. And having left them, he 153 3 | the letter, was carefully looking at Christ, but was unable 154 5 | sacred body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, and delivered 155 | made 156 7 | every disease and every malady, and raise the dead.~ 157 7 | innocent of the blood of this man; see ye to it. And the chief 158 1 | Evangelists Matthew and Mark.~ 159 1 | according to the Evangelists Matthew and Mark.~ 160 | me 161 6 | Thaddaeus and his disciples: Men, whence are you? and why 162 6 | great metropolis of the Mesechaldeans and Syrians, that is, of 163 6 | and Syrians, that is, of Mesopotamia-Syria, beside the river Tigris. 164 3 | this, and take back this message, to him that sent thee: 165 3 | unable to fix Him in his mind. And He knew as knowing 166 7 | soldiers, and made a great mock of Him, and crucified Him, 167 9 | the twenty-first of the month of August. And the disciples 168 5 | keep and observe the law of Moses, and to give close heed 169 | most 170 7 | He was seen first by His mother and other women, and by 171 2 | through envy they set in motion against thee. My city is 172 5 | to them of the undefiled mysteries of the sacred body and blood 173 7 | remission of sins to all the nations, that those who were baptized, 174 8 | healed before Thaddaeus came near them, the spirits going 175 5 | delivered to them to keep and observe the law of Moses, and to 176 6 | idol-temples and built churches; ordained as bishop one of his disciples, 177 1 | it is the metropolis of Osroene, in the interior of the 178 | other 179 2 | blind, the lame, and the paralytic, and curest all the demoniacs; 180 5 | they came together to the passover, and again he imparted to 181 3 | to him that sent thee: Peace to thee and thy city! For 182 8 | them. And for many days the people ran together from different 183 5 | anointed them with the holy perfume; and he communicated to 184 7 | and other women, and by Peter and John first of my fellow 185 9 | went to Berytus, a city of Phoenicia by the sea; and there, having 186 7 | heard of what has taken place in Jerusalem about Jesus 187 8 | together from different places, and beheld what was done 188 2 | days of the Passion and the plots of the Jews, Abgarus, being 189 2 | us, and escape from the plottings of the wicked Jews, which 190 7 | this age; and He gave us power to expel demons, and heal 191 9 | presbyters, and deacons, and prayed for them, he went away, 192 7 | the kingdom of the heavens preached to them, would rise up incorruptible 193 1 | Baptist; and having heard his preaching and seen his angelic life, 194 6 | reading of the law the high priest said to Thaddaeus and his 195 7 | He sent us in His name to proclaim repentance and remission 196 7 | Caesar's friend, because he proclaims himself king. And he being 197 7 | delivered Him to Pilate the procurator of Judaea. And Pilate, having 198 6 | gave them the rule of the psalmody and the holy liturgy. And 199 1 | Armenosyrians-an Hebrew by race, accomplished and most learned 200 8 | for many days the people ran together from different 201 6 | the Sabbath-day, after the reading of the law the high priest 202 4 | And having received Ananias, and fallen down 203 9 | Having therefore remained with them for five years, 204 7 | proclaim repentance and remission of sins to all the nations, 205 7 | in His name to proclaim repentance and remission of sins to 206 6 | Mesopotamia-Syria, beside the river Tigris. And he having gone 207 7 | third day before dawn He rose, leaving His burial-clothes 208 9 | them, he went away, going round the cities of Syria, and 209 6 | deacons, and gave them the rule of the psalmody and the 210 | s 211 6 | with his disciples on the Sabbath-day, after the reading of the 212 5 | undefiled mysteries of the sacred body and blood of our Lord 213 3 | He gave it to Ananias, saying: Give this, and take back 214 9 | city of Phoenicia by the sea; and there, having taught 215 7 | laid Him in the tomb, and secured it well, having also set 216 2 | the Jews, Abgarus, being seized by an incurable disease, 217 3 | into the heavens I shall send thee my disciple Thaddaeus, 218 7 | washed his hands in the sight of the multitude, and said, 219 2 | the Edessenes, an unworthy slave. The multitude of the wonders 220 2 | against thee. My city is small, but large enough for both. 221 7 | spit upon Him, with the soldiers, and made a great mock of 222 8 | Thaddaeus came near them, the spirits going out of them. And for 223 7 | And they took Him, and spit upon Him, with the soldiers, 224 2 | appearance He was, and His stature, and His hair, and in a 225 3 | because of this I am come, to suffer for the world, and to rise 226 6 | he having gone into the synagogue of the Jews along with his 227 9 | going round the cities of Syria, and teaching, and healing 228 1 | as one of the twelve, the tenth apostle according to the 229 [Title]| Text~ 230 | thereafter 231 7 | guards upon Him. And on the third day before dawn He rose, 232 6 | Mesopotamia-Syria, beside the river Tigris. And he having gone into 233 2 | In those times there was a governor of 234 7 | him up to them. And they took Him, and spit upon Him, 235 3 | asked to wash Himself; and a towel was given Him; and when 236 3 | guide thee into all the truth, both thee and thy city.~ 237 9 | many, he fell asleep on the twenty-first of the month of August. 238 3 | looking at Christ, but was unable to fix Him in his mind. 239 5 | communicated to them of the undefiled mysteries of the sacred 240 2 | country of the Edessenes, an unworthy slave. The multitude of 241 3 | the heart, and asked to wash Himself; and a towel was 242 | we 243 | well 244 | when 245 | why 246 2 | from the plottings of the wicked Jews, which through envy 247 3 | He had washed Himself, He wiped His face with it. And His 248 7 | examined Him and found no case, wished to let Him go; but they 249 7 | we are His disciples, and witnesses of the wonderful things 250 7 | by His mother and other women, and by Peter and John first 251 2 | and His hair, and in a word everything.~ 252 1 | teaching, and His wonderful works, he followed Him, and became 253 3 | come, to suffer for the world, and to rise again, and 254 1 | He came to Jerusalem to worship in the days of John the 255 | would 256 1 | most learned in the divine writings. He came to Jerusalem to 257 | ye 258 9 | remained with them for five years, he built a church; and


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