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And Herod, with his soldiers, treated Jesus with scorn; he mocked him by throwing a gorgeous robe round him, and then sent him back to Pilate.

The men that held Jesus kept making sport of him and beating him.

And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.

In the same way the Chief Priests, with the Teaches of the Law and Councillors, said in mockery:

The soldiers, too, came up in mockery, bringing him common wine,



And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.



And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.

They dressed him in a purple robe, and, having twisted a crown of thorns, put it on him,

Then Jesus came outside, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe; and Pilate said to them: "Here is the man!"



They stripped him, and put on him a red military cloak, And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. They spat at him and, taking the rod, kept striking him on the head; read more.
And, when they had left off mocking him, they took off the military cloak, and put his own clothes on him, and led him away to be crucified.


The Pilate released Barabbas to them; but Jesus he scourged, and gave him up to be crucified. After that, the Governor's soldiers took Jesus with them into the Government House, and gathered the whole garrison round him. They stripped him, and put on him a red military cloak, read more.
And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. They spat at him and, taking the rod, kept striking him on the head; And, when they had left off mocking him, they took off the military cloak, and put his own clothes on him, and led him away to be crucified. As they were on their way out, they came upon a man from Cyrene of the name of Simon; and they compelled him to go with them to carry the cross. On reaching a place named Golgotha (a place named from its likeness to a skull), they gave him some wine to drink which had been mixed with gall; but after tasting it, Jesus refused to drink it. When they had crucified him, they divided his clothes among them by casting lots.


And Herod, with his soldiers, treated Jesus with scorn; he mocked him by throwing a gorgeous robe round him, and then sent him back to Pilate.

And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.

They dressed him in a purple robe, and, having twisted a crown of thorns, put it on him, And then began to salute him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. And they kept striking him on the head with a rod, spitting at him, and bowing to the ground before him--going down on their knees;

The soldiers made a crown with some thorns and put it on his head and threw a purple robe round him. They kept coming up to him and saying: "Long live the King of the Jews!" and they gave him blow after blow with their hands.


After that, the Governor's soldiers took Jesus with them into the Government House, and gathered the whole garrison round him. They stripped him, and put on him a red military cloak, And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. read more.
They spat at him and, taking the rod, kept striking him on the head; And, when they had left off mocking him, they took off the military cloak, and put his own clothes on him, and led him away to be crucified.

The soldiers then took Jesus away into the court-yard--that is the Government House--and they called the whole garrison together. They dressed him in a purple robe, and, having twisted a crown of thorns, put it on him, And then began to salute him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. read more.
And they kept striking him on the head with a rod, spitting at him, and bowing to the ground before him--going down on their knees; And, when they had left off mocking him, they took off the purple robe, and put his own clothes on him.


And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.


And Herod, with his soldiers, treated Jesus with scorn; he mocked him by throwing a gorgeous robe round him, and then sent him back to Pilate.

Some of those present began to spit at him, and to blindfold his eyes, and strike him, saying, as they did so, "Now play the Prophet!" and even the police-officers received him with blows.

He was abused, but he did not answer with abuse; he suffered, but he did not threaten; he entrusted himself to him whose judgments are just.

Then Jesus came outside, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe; and Pilate said to them: "Here is the man!"

They stripped him, and put on him a red military cloak, And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. They spat at him and, taking the rod, kept striking him on the head; read more.
And, when they had left off mocking him, they took off the military cloak, and put his own clothes on him, and led him away to be crucified.

The soldiers made a crown with some thorns and put it on his head and threw a purple robe round him. They kept coming up to him and saying: "Long live the King of the Jews!" and they gave him blow after blow with their hands.

Then they spat in his face, and struck him, while others dealt blows at him, saying as they did so: "Now play the Prophet for us, you Christ! Who was it that struck you?"

The passers-by railed at him, shaking their heads as they said: "You who 'destroy the Temple and build one in three days,' save yourself! If you are God's Son, come down from the cross!" In the same way the Chief Priests, with the Teaches of the Law and Councillors, said in mockery: read more.
"He saved others, but he cannot save himself! He is the 'King of Israel'! Let him come down from the cross now, and we will believe in him. He has trusted in God; if God wants him, let him deliver him now; for he said 'I am God's Son.'" Even the robbers, who were crucified with him, reviled him in the same way.

Who will mock him, spit upon him, and scourge him, and put him to death; and after three days he will rise again."

They dressed him in a purple robe, and, having twisted a crown of thorns, put it on him, And then began to salute him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. And they kept striking him on the head with a rod, spitting at him, and bowing to the ground before him--going down on their knees; read more.
And, when they had left off mocking him, they took off the purple robe, and put his own clothes on him.

The passers-by railed at him, shaking their heads, as they said: "Ah! you who 'destroy the Temple and build one in three days, 'come down from the cross and save yourself!" In the same way the Chief Priests, with the Teachers of the Law, said to one another in mockery: read more.
"He saved others, but he cannot save himself! Let the Christ, the 'King of Israel,' come down from the cross now, that we may see it and believe." Even the men who had been crucified with Jesus reviled him.


And Herod, with his soldiers, treated Jesus with scorn; he mocked him by throwing a gorgeous robe round him, and then sent him back to Pilate.

The men that held Jesus kept making sport of him and beating him.

And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.

In the same way the Chief Priests, with the Teaches of the Law and Councillors, said in mockery:

The soldiers, too, came up in mockery, bringing him common wine,



After that, the Governor's soldiers took Jesus with them into the Government House, and gathered the whole garrison round him. They stripped him, and put on him a red military cloak, And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. read more.
They spat at him and, taking the rod, kept striking him on the head; And, when they had left off mocking him, they took off the military cloak, and put his own clothes on him, and led him away to be crucified. As they were on their way out, they came upon a man from Cyrene of the name of Simon; and they compelled him to go with them to carry the cross. On reaching a place named Golgotha (a place named from its likeness to a skull), they gave him some wine to drink which had been mixed with gall; but after tasting it, Jesus refused to drink it. When they had crucified him, they divided his clothes among them by casting lots.


And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.


And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.

And then began to salute him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.


And Herod, with his soldiers, treated Jesus with scorn; he mocked him by throwing a gorgeous robe round him, and then sent him back to Pilate.

Then Jesus came outside, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe; and Pilate said to them: "Here is the man!"

At that the people shouted: "Kill him! Kill him! Crucify him!" "What! shall I crucify your King?" exclaimed Pilate. "We have no King but the Emperor," replied the Chief Priests;

The soldiers made a crown with some thorns and put it on his head and threw a purple robe round him. They kept coming up to him and saying: "Long live the King of the Jews!" and they gave him blow after blow with their hands.

They stripped him, and put on him a red military cloak, And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.


The soldiers, too, came up in mockery, bringing him common wine,

They stripped him, and put on him a red military cloak, And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. They spat at him and, taking the rod, kept striking him on the head;


And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.

He said: "Go away, the little girl is not dead; she is asleep." They began to laugh at him;


And Herod, with his soldiers, treated Jesus with scorn; he mocked him by throwing a gorgeous robe round him, and then sent him back to Pilate.

The soldiers, too, came up in mockery, bringing him common wine, And saying as they did so: "If you are the King of the Jews, save yourself."

After that, the Governor's soldiers took Jesus with them into the Government House, and gathered the whole garrison round him. They stripped him, and put on him a red military cloak, And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. read more.
They spat at him and, taking the rod, kept striking him on the head; And, when they had left off mocking him, they took off the military cloak, and put his own clothes on him, and led him away to be crucified.

The soldiers then took Jesus away into the court-yard--that is the Government House--and they called the whole garrison together. They dressed him in a purple robe, and, having twisted a crown of thorns, put it on him, And then began to salute him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. read more.
And they kept striking him on the head with a rod, spitting at him, and bowing to the ground before him--going down on their knees; And, when they had left off mocking him, they took off the purple robe, and put his own clothes on him.


And Herod, with his soldiers, treated Jesus with scorn; he mocked him by throwing a gorgeous robe round him, and then sent him back to Pilate.

The men that held Jesus kept making sport of him and beating him.

And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.

In the same way the Chief Priests, with the Teaches of the Law and Councillors, said in mockery:

The soldiers, too, came up in mockery, bringing him common wine,


And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said.

They dressed him in a purple robe, and, having twisted a crown of thorns, put it on him,

Then Jesus came outside, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe; and Pilate said to them: "Here is the man!"

The soldiers made a crown with some thorns and put it on his head and threw a purple robe round him.


Meanwhile Jesus was brought before the Roman Governor. "Are you the King of the Jews?" asked the Governor. "It is true," answered Jesus.

And they began to accuse him: "This is a man whom we found misleading our people, preventing them from paying taxes to the Emperor, and giving out that he himself is 'Christ, a King.'" "Are you the King of the Jews?" Pilate asked him. "It is true," replied Jesus.

And having twisted some thorns into a crown, put it on his head, and a rod in his right hand, and then, going down on their knees before him, they mocked him. "Long life to you, King of the Jews!" they said. They spat at him and, taking the rod, kept striking him on the head;