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3 The chief priests began to accuse Him 1harshly.
5 But Jesus amade no further answer; so Pilate was amazed.
6 aNow at the feast he used to release for them any one prisoner whom they requested.
11 But the chief priests stirred up the crowd ato ask him to release Barabbas for them instead.
13 They shouted 1back, “Crucify Him!”
15 Wishing to satisfy the crowd, Pilate released Barabbas for them, and after having Jesus ascourged, he handed Him over to be crucified.
17 They * dressed Him up in purple, and after twisting a crown of thorns, they put it on Him;
19 They kept beating His head with a 1reed, and spitting on Him, and kneeling and bowing before Him.
20 After they had mocked Him, they took the purple robe off Him and put His own garments on Him. And they * led Him out to crucify Him.
23 They tried to give Him awine mixed with myrrh; but He did not take it.
27 They * crucified two robbers with Him, one on His right and one on His left.
28 [1And the Scripture was fulfilled which says, “And He was numbered with transgressors.”]
36 Someone ran and filled a sponge with sour wine, put it on a reed, and gave Him a drink, saying, “1Let us see whether Elijah will come to take Him down.”
37 aAnd Jesus uttered a loud cry, and breathed His last.
38 aAnd the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom.
43 Joseph of Arimathea came, a aprominent member of the Council, who himself was bwaiting for the kingdom of God; and he cgathered up courage and went in before Pilate, and asked for the body of Jesus.
45 And ascertaining this from athe centurion, he granted the body to Joseph.
47 aMary Magdalene and Mary the mother of Joses were looking on to see where He was laid.
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