1 a The feast was so called, because they colde eat no leauened bread for the space of seuen daies: for so long the feast of the Passeouer continued.
4 ! Conspiracie against Christ.
7 d According to Gods commandement which was first to offer it, and after to eat it.
16 f He meaneth that this is the last time that he wolde be conuersant with them as he was before, or so eat with them.
19 g The bread is a true signe, and an assured testimonie that the bodie of Jesus Christ is giuen for the nouriture of our soules: likewise the wine signifieth that his blood is our drinke to refreshe and quicken vs euerlastingly.
19 ! The institucion of the Lords Supper.
25 k Meaning that thei haue vain & flattering titles giuen them, for asmuche as they are nothing lesse then their names do signifie.
30 l By these similitudes he declareth that they shalbe partakers of his glorie: for in heauen is nether eating nor drinking.
31 m Satan seketh by all meanes to disquiet the Church of Christ, to disperse it, and to shake it from the true faith.
38 p They were yet so rude that they thoght to haue resisted with material weapons, whereas Christ warneth them of a spiritual fight, wherein aswel their life as faith shulde be in danger.
42 q Meaning, his death and passion.
44 r The worde signifieth that horrour that Christ had conceiued not onely for feare of death, but of his fathers judgement & wrath against sinne.
53 s For now God gaue libertie to Satan whose ministers they were, to execute his rage against him: which thing we se is gouerned by the prouidence of God.
67 u The asked not the end that the trueth might be knowen, (for the thing was to manifest) but for malice thei bare towardes Christ.
67 ! Christ is broght before the Council, where he maketh ample confession.
69 x As this second coming.