Mounce Reverse Interlinear New Testament
19 Then tote Pilate Pilatos took lambanō · ho · ho Jesus Iēsous and kai had him flogged mastigoō. 2 And kai the ho soldiers stratiōtēs twisted plekō some ek thorns akantha into a crown stephanos and placed epitithēmi it on his autos · ho head kephalē, and kai they threw periballō a purple porphyrous robe himation around periballō him autos. 3 Then kai they kept coming erchomai up to pros him autos, · kai saying legō, “ Hail chairō, · ho king basileus of the ho Jews Ioudaios!” and kai slapping him in the face didōmi. 4 · kai Once more palin Pilate Pilatos went exerchomai out exō · ho and kai said legō to them autos, “ Look ide, I am bringing agō him autos out exō to you hymeis that hina you may know ginōskō that hoti I find heuriskō no oudeis basis for an accusation aitia against en him autos.” 5 So oun Jesus Iēsous came exerchomai · ho out exō, wearing phoreō the ho crown stephanos of thorns akanthinos and kai the ho purple porphyrous robe himation; and kai Pilate said legō to them autos, “ Look idou, the ho man anthrōpos!” 6 When hote the ho chief priests archiereus and kai the ho officers hypēretēs saw him autos, they cried out kraugazō, saying legō, “ Crucify stauroō him! Crucify stauroō him!” Pilate Pilatos said legō to them autos, · ho “ Take lambanō him autos yourselves hymeis and kai crucify stauroō him; for gar I egō find heuriskō no ou basis for an accusation aitia against en him autos.” 7 The ho Jews Ioudaios answered apokrinomai him autos, “ We hēmeis have echō a law nomos, and kai according kata to our ho law nomos he ought opheilō to die apothnēskō, because hoti he claimed poieō himself heautou to be poieō the Son hyios of God theos.”
8 Now oun when hote Pilate Pilatos heard akouō · ho this houtos · ho statement logos, he became even more mallon afraid phobeomai. 9 · kai He went eiserchomai back palin into eis his ho headquarters praitōrion and kai said legō to ho Jesus Iēsous, “ Where pothen are eimi you sy from?” · ho But de Jesus Iēsous gave didōmi him autos no ou answer apokrisis. 10 So oun Pilate Pilatos said legō to him autos, · ho “ Are you laleō not ou going to talk laleō to me egō? You know oida, do you not ou, that hoti I have echō the authority exousia to release apolyō you sy and kai I have echō the authority exousia to crucify stauroō you sy?” 11 Jesus Iēsous said apokrinomai, “ You would have echō no ou authority exousia over kata me egō at oudeis all unless ei mē it had been eimi given didōmi you sy from above anōthen. That is why dia the ho man who handed paradidōmi me egō over to you sy has echō a greater megas sin hamartia.” 12 From ek that houtos point on · ho Pilate Pilatos tried zēteō to release apolyō him autos, but de the ho Jews Ioudaios kept shouting kraugazō out , saying legō, “ If ean you release apolyō this man houtos, you are eimi no ou ‘ Friend philos of ho Caesar Kaisar.’ Anyone pas who ho claims poieō himself heautou to be poieō a king basileus opposes antilegō · ho Caesar Kaisar.”
13 · ho On hearing akouō · ho these houtos words logos, Pilate Pilatos brought agō Jesus Iēsous out exō · ho and kai sat kathizō down on epi the judge’ s bēma bench in eis the place topos called legō “ Stone lithostrōtos Pavement ,” or de in Hebrew Hebraisti, “ Gabbatha Gabbatha.” 14 Now de it was eimi the day of Preparation paraskeuē for the ho Passover pascha, about hōs noon hektos. · kai Pilate said legō to the ho Jews Ioudaios, “ Here ide is · ho your hymeis king basileus!” 15 But oun they shouted kraugazō, “ Away airō with him ekeinos! Away airō with him! Crucify stauroō him autos!” Pilate Pilatos said legō to them autos, · ho “ Shall I crucify stauroō · ho your hymeis king basileus?” The ho chief priests archiereus answered apokrinomai, “ We have echō no ou king basileus but ei mē Caesar Kaisar!”
16 Then tote oun Pilate handed paradidōmi him autos over to the soldiers autos to hina be crucified stauroō. So oun they took charge paralambanō of · ho Jesus Iēsous, 17 · kai who, carrying bastazō the cross stauros by himself heautou, · ho went exerchomai out to eis what ho was called legō “The Place topos of the Skull kranion,” which hos is called legō in Hebrew Hebraisti, “ Golgotha Golgotha.” 18 There hopou they crucified stauroō him autos, and kai with meta him autos two dyo others allos, one on either side enteuthen · kai with Jesus Iēsous between mesos · de · ho them. 19 And de Pilate Pilatos wrote graphō · kai an inscription titlos · ho and kai fastened tithēmi it to epi the ho cross stauros. It read eimi, · de “ Jesus Iēsous of ho Nazareth Nazōraios, the ho King basileus of the ho Jews Ioudaios.” 20 Many polys of the ho Jews Ioudaios read anaginōskō this houtos · ho inscription titlos, for hoti the ho place topos where hopou Jesus Iēsous was crucified stauroō was eimi near engys the ho city polis, · ho and kai it was eimi written graphō in Hebrew Hebraisti, in Latin Rhōmaisti, and in Greek Hellēnisti. 21 Then oun the ho chief priests archiereus of the ho Jews Ioudaios said legō to ho Pilate Pilatos, “ Do not mē write graphō, ‘ The ho King basileus of the ho Jews Ioudaios,’ but alla rather , ‘ This ekeinos man said legō, I am eimi King basileus of the ho Jews Ioudaios.’” 22 Pilate Pilatos answered apokrinomai, · ho “ What hos I have written graphō I have written graphō.” 23 When hote the ho soldiers stratiōtēs crucified stauroō · ho Jesus Iēsous, they took lambanō · ho his autos garments himation and kai separated poieō them into four tessares shares meros, one share meros for each hekastos soldier stratiōtēs. They also kai took his ho tunic chitōn, which chitōn was eimi · de · ho seamless araphos, woven hyphantos from ek · ho top anōthen to bottom as dia a single holos piece . 24 So oun they said legō to pros one allēlōn another , “ Let us not mē tear schizō it autos, but alla cast lanchanō lots for peri it autos to see who tis will get eimi it”— that hina the ho Scripture graphē might be fulfilled plēroō that ho says legō, “ They divided diamerizō · ho my egō garments himation among themselves heautou, and kai for epi · ho my egō clothing himatismos they cast ballō lots klēros.” So oun the ho soldiers stratiōtēs did poieō these houtos things . 25 Now de standing histēmi beside para · ho Jesus’ Iēsous cross stauros · ho were · ho his autos mother mētēr, and kai · ho his autos mother’ s mētēr sister adelphē, · ho Mary Maria the ho wife of ho Clopas Klōpas, and kai Mary Maria · ho Magdalene Magdalēnē. 26 When oun Jesus Iēsous saw his ho mother mētēr and kai the ho disciple mathētēs whom hos he loved agapaō standing paristēmi there , he said legō to his ho mother mētēr, “ Woman gynē, look ide, · ho your sy son hyios!” 27 Then eita he said legō to his ho disciple mathētēs, “ Look ide, · ho your sy mother mētēr!” And kai from apo that ekeinos · ho hour hōra the ho disciple mathētēs took lambanō her autos into eis · ho his own idios home.
28 After meta this houtos Jesus Iēsous, knowing oida · ho that hoti all pas was now ēdē accomplished teleō, so hina that the ho Scripture graphē would be fulfilled teleioō, said legō, “ I am thirsty dipsaō.” 29 A jar skeuos full mestos of sour wine oxos was there keimai, so oun they attached peritithēmi a sponge spongos soaked mestos in the ho sour oxos wine to a stalk of hyssop hyssōpos and held prospherō it to ho his autos mouth stoma. 30 When hote he had taken lambanō the ho sour oxos wine , · ho Jesus Iēsous said legō, “ It is accomplished teleō!” And kai he bowed klinō his ho head kephalē and handed paradidōmi over his ho spirit pneuma.
31 Then oun, since epei it was eimi the day paraskeuē of Preparation , so hina that the ho bodies sōma would not mē remain menō on epi the ho cross stauros on en the ho Sabbath sabbaton ( for gar that ekeinos Sabbath sabbaton was eimi a high megas · ho day hēmera), · ho the ho Jews Ioudaios asked erōtaō · ho Pilate Pilatos to hina have the ho legs skelos of autos the crucified men autos broken katagnymi and kai their bodies taken airō down . 32 So oun the ho soldiers stratiōtēs came erchomai and kai broke katagnymi the ho legs skelos of the ho first prōtos man , then kai those of the ho other allos one who ho had been crucified systauroō with him autos. 33 But de when they came erchomai to epi · ho Jesus Iēsous and saw that he autos was already ēdē dead thnēskō, they did not ou break katagnymi his autos · ho legs skelos. 34 Instead alla, one heis of the ho soldiers stratiōtēs pierced nyssō his autos · ho side pleura with lonchē a spear lonchē, and kai immediately blood haima and kai water hydōr came exerchomai out . 35 · kai ( The ho man who saw horaō this has borne martyreō witness to it so that hina you hymeis too kai may believe pisteuō. · kai His autos witness martyria is eimi true alēthinos, · ho and kai he ekeinos knows oida that hoti he is telling legō the truth alēthēs.) 36 These things houtos took ginomai place so hina that the ho Scripture graphē would be fulfilled plēroō, “ Not ou a bone osteon of his autos body will be broken syntribō.” 37 And kai yet palin another heteros Scripture graphē says legō, “ They will look horaō on eis him whom hos they pierced ekkenteō.”
38 After meta · de this houtos · ho Joseph Iōsēph · ho of apo Arimathea Harimathaia, a disciple mathētēs of ho Jesus Iēsous ( though a secret kryptō one · de due dia to his ho fear phobos of the ho Jews Ioudaios) asked erōtaō Pilate Pilatos if hina he could remove airō the ho body sōma of ho Jesus Iēsous. · kai Pilate Pilatos gave him permission epitrepō, · ho so oun he came erchomai and kai removed airō the ho body sōma. 39 · de Nicodemus Nikodēmos, who ho earlier prōton had come erchomai to pros Jesus autos at night nyx, · ho also kai came erchomai, bringing pherō a mixture migma of myrrh smyrna and kai aloes aloē, about hōs seventy-five pounds litra. 40 So oun they took lambanō the ho body sōma of ho Jesus Iēsous and kai wrapped deō it autos in strips othonion of linen with meta the ho spices arōma, in accordance kathōs with the Jewish Ioudaios custom ethos · ho for burial entaphiazō. 41 Now de in en the ho place topos where hopou he was crucified stauroō there was eimi a garden kēpos, and kai in en the ho garden kēpos was a new kainos tomb mnēmeion in en which hos no one oudeis had ever yet oudepō been eimi laid tithēmi. 42 So oun because dia it was the ho Jewish Ioudaios day paraskeuē of Preparation · ho and the ho tomb mnēmeion was eimi nearby engys, they laid tithēmi · ho Jesus Iēsous there ekei.
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