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11 This is something
the Lord has done,
and it is amazing to us.’”
12 The leaders knew that Jesus was really talking about them, and they wanted to arrest him. But because they were afraid of the crowd, they let him alone and left.
13 The Pharisees got together with Herod’s followers.[a] Then they sent some men to trick Jesus into saying something wrong.Read full chapter
- 12.13 Herod’s followers: People who were political followers of the family of Herod the Great and his son Herod Antipas.