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Joela.foody's Mark Chapter 15 comment on 7/06/2023, 7:18am...

the chiefpriest discussed with there elders about jesus and then they decided to bring him to pilates and when they where there pilates said if he was de king of jews and then they said that he said it and then the chief priest accused jesus of alot of things

and he did not say anything then pilate asked Jesus and he did not awnser and then pilate said unto the people wich one should i let free Jesus or barabus they awnserd barabus and he then said what should i do to him and then they said for him to get crucifyd and he asked the same question again and they anwserd the same for him to get crucifyd and then pilates said what evil has he done and they did not reply they where shouting for him to be crucifyd and then the soldiers led him away they put a crown of thorns on his head they clothe him with purple clothes and then he got mocked and smote his head with a reed and then they removed the purple clothes and put him his own clothes on and when he was carrying the cross somebody came and help him carry it and then he was crucifyd with 2 other thieves and then the veil of the temple was teared from top to bottom and then when jesus died they gave the body to joseph and he wrapped him in fine linen and put him on top of a sepulchre


Chris's Mark Chapter 15 comment on 9/04/2022, 12:24am...

Hello Josephine. All we have on John's exile is what we read in Revelation 1:9: "I John, who also am your brother, and companion in tribulation, and in the kingdom and patience of Jesus Christ, was in the isle that is called Patmos, for the word of God, and for the testimony of Jesus Christ."

So, it seems that for his strong Christian witness & preaching that he suffered exile. According to the Church historian, Eusebius, John was pastoring the Church at Ephesus. During the reign of Roman Emperor Domitian (AD 81-96), Christians were heavily persecuted & the Apostle John was banished to Patmos to live out his life there & die. It was noted that undesirables in the Roman Empire were often sent to Patmos to work the mines. John remained here for eighteen months, after which the next emperor, Nerva, released all exiles. Tradition holds that John then returned to the believers at Ephesus, but died soon afterwards at the turn of the century.


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