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The sixth Act: The young man that murdered the Woman

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And there was a young man, who had committed very hateful deed; and he came and took the Eucharist, and was going to put it into his mouth, but both his hands dried up. And when those who were with him saw him, they came (and) made known to the Apostle what had befallen him. And the Apostle called him, and said to him: "Tell me, my son, and be not ashamed before me. And Apostle said to the youth: "Go wash your hands in this water". Judas says to young man: "Come, let us go to the inn where you did this deed". And he was going before the Apostle, and a great multitude were coming after him. The multitudes believed and surrendered themselves to the living God and to Jesus the Messiah and were enjoying the blessed works of the Most High and his holy service.

Keywords: Apostle; Judas; young man



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