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A Harmony of the Gospels for Students of the Life

JESUS BEFORE PILATE THE FIRST a TIMEJerusalem


[Footnote 1: Many ancient authorities read _righteous_.]

[Footnote 2: Gr. _corbanas_, that is, _sacred treasury_. Comp. Mark 7:11.]

[Footnote 3: Or, _through_.]

[Footnote 4: Or, _I took_.]

[Footnote 5: Or, _whom they priced on the part of the sons of Israel_.]

[Footnote 6: Some ancient authorities read _I gave_.]

Sect. 159. JESUS BEFORE PILATE THE FIRST[a] TIME

Jerusalem. Friday, early morning

Mark 15:1-5 |Matt. 27:2, |Luke 23:1-5 |John 18:28-38 | 11-14 | | 1 and bound | 2 and they | 1 And the |28 They lead Jesus, and | bound him, | whole company| Jesus therefore carried him | and led him | of them rose | from Caiaphas away, and | away, and | up, and | into the delivered him| delivered him| brought him | [2]palace: and up to Pilate.| up to Pilate | before | it was early; | the governor.| Pilate. | and they | | | themselves | | | entered not

| | | into the | | | [2]palace, that | | | they might not | | | be defiled, but | | | might eat the | | | passover. | | 2 And they |29 Pilate | | began to | therefore went | | accuse him, | out unto them, | | saying, We | and saith, What | | found this | accusation | | man | bring ye | | perverting | against this | | our nation, |30 man? They | | and | answered and | | forbidding to| said unto him, | | give tribute | If this man | | to Caesar, | were not an | | and saying | evil-doer, we | | that he | should not have | | himself is | delivered him up | | [1]Christ a | unto thee. | | king. |31 Pilate therefore | | | said unto them, Take him yourselves, and judge him according to your law. The Jews said unto him, It is not lawful for us to put any man to death: 32 that the word of Jesus might be fulfilled, which he spake, signifying by what manner of death he should die. | | |33 Pilate |11 Now Jesus | | therefore | stood before | | entered again | the governor:| | into the | and the | | [2]palace, and 2 And Pilate | governor | 3 And Pilate | called Jesus, asked him, | asked him, | asked him, | and said unto Art


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