Mark 10:32-34 – Predicts His Suffering
|| Matthew 20:17-19; Luke 18:31-33
MK10:32 Now as they were ascending to Jerusalem, Jesus went on ahead and this amazed them. As they followed they became frightened, but Jesus again took the Twelve aside privately and began to tell them what was destined to happen to him. MK10:33 He said: “Look, we are ascending to Jerusalem, and there the Son of Humankind [Daniel 7:13] will be handed over to the chief priests and Bible Copyists. They will condemn him to death and turned over to the non-Jews. MK10:34 They will mock him, scourge him, spit at him, and then kill him, but on the third day he will be resurrected.”
 Matthew 20:17-19: For details see notes in Nazarene Commentary 2000 on Matthew.
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Matthew 20:17-19 – Onward to Jerusalem!
|| Mark 10:32-34; Luke 18:31-33
MT20:17 On the way during their ascent to Jerusalem Jesus led the twelve disciples to a private spot. On the path there, he said to them: MT20:18 “Look! We are ascending to Jerusalem and there the Son of Humankind will be turned in to the chief priests and scribes. They will condemn him to death. MT20:19 They will turn him over to the non-Jews. They will scourge and make fun of him before impaling [Psalm 22:1-18] him. On the third day he will be raised up.”
 Non-Jews: Or, NEB: foreign power; RHM: nations; RIEU: pagans; GDSP: heathen. See notes on Non-Jews and ETHNOS.
 Impaling: The Greek is STAUROSAI. Or, KJV: crucify him.
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