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Matthew 27:15
Now at that feast, the governor was wont to release unto the people a prisoner, whom they would.
Now at the feast the governor was wont to release unto the multitude one prisoner, whom they would.
Now at the feast [of the Passover] the governor was in the habit of setting free any one prisoner whom the people chose.
Now at the Feast [of the Passover] the governor was in the habit of setting free for the people any one prisoner whom they chose.
Now at that feast the governor was wont to release unto the people a prisoner, whom they would.
It was customary during the festival for the governor to release to the crowd one prisoner, whomever they might choose.
It was the governor’s custom during a festival to set free one prisoner, whomever the crowd asked for.
During Passover the governor always freed a prisoner chosen by the people.
Now at [the] feast the governor was accustomed to release one prisoner to the crowd, whom they would.
Now at the Feast, the governor was accustomed to release for the crowd one prisoner whom they were wanting.
Now upon the solemn day the governor was accustomed to release to the people one prisoner, whom they would.
Every year at Passover time the governor would free one prisoner—whichever one the people wanted him to free.
Now at the feast the governor was accustomed to release for the crowd any one prisoner whom they wanted.
Now at the feast the governor was accustomed to release for the crowd any one prisoner whom they wanted.
Every year at the ·time of Passover [festival/feast] the governor would free [L for the crowd] one prisoner whom the people chose.
Now at the feast the governor was wont to deliver unto the people a prisoner whom they would.
At every Passover festival the governor would free one prisoner whom the crowd wanted.
At every Passover Festival the Roman governor was in the habit of setting free any one prisoner the crowd asked for.
At the festival the governor’s custom was to release to the crowd a prisoner they wanted.
Every year at the time of Passover the governor would free one person from prison. This was always a person the people wanted to be set free.
At every festival the governor had a custom of releasing to the crowd any prisoner whom they wanted.
Now it was the custom at festival-time for the governor to release any prisoner whom the people chose. And it happened that at this time they had a notorious prisoner called Barabbas. So when they assembled to make the usual request, Pilate said to them, “Which one do you want me to set free, Barabbas or Jesus called Christ?” For he knew very well that the latter had been handed over to him through sheer malice. And indeed while he was actually sitting on the Bench his wife sent a message to him—“Don’t have anything to do with that man! I went through agonies dreaming about him last night!” But the chief priests and elders persuaded the mob to ask for Barabbas and demand Jesus’ execution. Then the governor spoke to them, “Which of these two are you asking me to release?” “Barabbas!” they cried.
Now at that feast the governor was accustomed to release unto the people a prisoner, whoever they desired.
Now at that feast the governor was wont to release unto the people a prisoner, whom they would.
Now at that feast the governor was wont to release unto the people a prisoner, whom they would.
Now at each feast, the governor was accustomed to release one prisoner to the crowd—the one whom they wanted.
Now the governor’s custom was to release one Jewish prisoner each year during the Passover celebration—anyone they wanted.
It was an old custom during the Feast for the governor to pardon a single prisoner named by the crowd. At the time, they had the infamous Jesus Barabbas in prison. With the crowd before him, Pilate said, “Which prisoner do you want me to pardon: Jesus Barabbas, or Jesus the so-called Christ?” He knew it was through sheer spite that they had turned Jesus over to him.
Now at the feast, the governor was accustomed to releasing to the people a prisoner whom they chose.
Now at festival time the governor was accustomed · to release one prisoner for the crowd, whomever they wanted.
At every Passover festival the governor would free one prisoner whom the crowd wanted.
Now on the occasion of the feast the governor was accustomed to release to the crowd one prisoner whom they wished.
Now at the feast the governor was accustomed to release for the people any one prisoner whom they wanted.
Every year at the time of Passover the governor would free one prisoner whom the people chose.
During the feast the governor was accustomed to release one prisoner to the crowd, whomever they wanted.
It was the governor’s practice at the Passover Feast to let one prisoner go free. The people could choose the one they wanted.
Now it was the governor’s custom at the festival to release a prisoner chosen by the crowd.
Now it was the governor’s custom at the festival to release a prisoner chosen by the crowd.
Now at the feast the governor was accustomed to releasing to the multitude one prisoner whom they wished.
At the special supper each year the leader of the country would always let one person who was in prison go free. It would be the one the people wanted.
Now it was the governor’s custom each year during the Passover celebration to release one prisoner to the crowd—anyone they wanted.
Now at the festival the governor was accustomed to release a prisoner for the crowd, anyone whom they wanted.
Now at the festival the governor was accustomed to release a prisoner for the crowd, anyone whom they wanted.
Now at the festival the governor was accustomed to release a prisoner for the crowd, anyone whom they wanted.
Now at the festival the governor was accustomed to release a prisoner for the crowd, anyone whom they wanted.
Now at the Chag (Festival, Pesach) the Governor was accustomed to release for the multitude any one prisoner they wanted.
Now at the feast the governor was accustomed to release for the crowd any one prisoner whom they wanted.
Now at the feast the governor was accustomed to release for the crowd any one prisoner whom they wanted.
Now during the feast, the governor was accustomed to release to the crowd one prisoner, anyone they wanted.
Now the governor had a custom. During the great Jewish festival of Passover, he would allow the crowd to pick one of the condemned men, and he, Pilate, would set the man free. Just like that. Gratuitous, gracious freedom.
Now at the feast the governor was accustomed to release to the multitude one prisoner, whom they desired.
At the feast Pilate used to let one prisoner free. He let the people choose the man they wanted to go free.
But for a solemn day the justice was wont to deliver to the people one bound [Forsooth by a solemn day the president was wont to deliver to the people one bound], whom they would.
And at the feast the governor had been accustomed to release one to the multitude, a prisoner, whom they willed,
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