Evangelio según San Lucas – Capítulo 23

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Evangelio según San Lucas

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17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Capítulo 23

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1 Después se levantó toda la asamblea y lo llevaron ante Pilato.

2 Y comenzaron a acusarlo, diciendo: «Hemos encontrado a este hombre incitando a nuestro pueblo a la rebelión, impidiéndole pagar los impuestos al Emperador y pretendiendo ser el rey Mesías».

3 Pilato lo interrogó, diciendo: «¿Eres tú el rey de los judíos?». «Tú lo dices», le respondió Jesús.

4Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus frente a pilato Pilato dijo a los sumos sacerdotes y a la multitud: «No encuentro en este hombre ningún motivo de condena».

5 Pero ellos insistían: «Subleva al pueblo con su enseñanza en toda la Judea. Comenzó en Galilea y ha llegado hasta aquí».

6 Al oír esto, Pilato preguntó si ese hombre era galileo.

7 Y habiéndose asegurado de que pertenecía a la jurisdicción de Herodes, se lo envió. en esos días, también Herodes se encontraba en Jerusalén.

8 Herodes se alegró mucho al ver a Jesús. Hacía tiempo que deseaba verlo, por lo que había oído decir de él, y esperaba que hiciera algún prodigio en su presencia.

9 Le hizo muchas preguntas, pero Jesús no le respondió nada.

10 Entre tanto, los sumos sacerdotes y los escribas estaban allí y lo acusaban con vehemencia.

11 Herodes y sus guardias, después de tratarlo con desprecio y ponerlo en ridículo, lo cubrieron con un magnífico manto y lo enviaron de nuevo a Pilato.

12 Y ese mismo día, Herodes y Pilato, que estaban enemistados, se hicieron amigos.

13 Pilato convocó a los sumos sacerdotes, a los jefes y al pueblo,

14 y les dijo: «Ustedes me han traído a este hombre, acusándolo de incitar al pueblo a la rebelión. Pero yo lo interrogué delante de ustedes y no encontré ningún motivo de condena en los cargos de que lo acusan;

15 ni tampoco Herodes, ya que él lo ha devuelto a este tribunal. Como ven, este hombre no ha hecho nada que merezca la muerte.

16 Después de darle un escarmiento, lo dejaré en libertad».

17 [En cada fiesta, el gobernador acostumbraba a poner en libertad a un preso.]

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18 Pero la multitud comenzó a gritar: «¡Que muera este hombre! ¡Suéltanos a Barrabás!».

19 A Barrabás lo habían encarcelado por una sedición que tuvo lugar en la ciudad y por homicidio.

20 Pilato volvió a dirigirles la palabra con la intención de poner en libertad a Jesús.

21 Pero ellos seguían gritando: «¡Crucifícalo! ¡Crucifícalo!».

22 Por tercera vez les dijo: «¿Qué mal ha hecho este hombre? No encuentro en él nada que merezca la muerte. Después de darle un escarmiento, lo dejaré en libertad».

23 Pero ellos insistían a gritos, reclamando que fuera crucificado, y el griterío se hacía cada vez más violento.

24 Al fin, Pilato resolvió acceder al pedido del pueblo.

25 Dejó en libertad al que ellos pedían, al que había sido encarcelado por sedición y homicidio, y a Jesús lo entregó al arbitrio de ellos.

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26 Cuando lo llevaban, detuvieron a un tal Simón de Cirene, que volvía del campo, y lo cargaron con la cruz, para que la llevara detrás de Jesús.

27 Lo seguían muchos del pueblo y un buen número de mujeres, que se golpeaban el pecho y se lamentaban por él.

28 Pero Jesús, volviéndose hacia ellas, les dijo: «¡Hijas de Jerusalén!, no lloren por mí; lloren más bien por ustedes y por sus hijos.

29 Porque se acerca el tiempo en que se dirá: «¡Felices las estériles, felices los senos que no concibieron y los pechos que no amamantaron!»

30 Entonces se dirá a las montañas: «¡Caigan sobre nosotros!», y a los cerros: «¡Sepúltennos!»

31 Porque si así tratan a la leña verde, ¿qué será de la leña seca?».

32 Con él llevaban también a otros dos malhechores, para ser ejecutados.

33 Cuando llegaron al lugar llamado «del Cráneo», lo crucificaron junto con los malhechores, uno a su derecha y el otro a su izquierda.

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34 Jesús decía: «Padre, perdónalos, porque no saben lo que hacen». Después se repartieron sus vestiduras, sorteándolas entre ellos.

35 El pueblo permanecía allí y miraba. Sus jefes, burlándose, decían: «Ha salvado a otros: ¡que se salve a sí mismo, si es el Mesías de Dios, el Elegido!».

36 También los soldados se burlaban de él y, acercándose para ofrecerle vinagre,

37 le decían: «Si eres el rey de los judíos, ¡sálvate a ti mismo!».

38 Sobre su cabeza había una inscripción: «Este es el rey de los judíos».

39 Uno de los malhechores crucificados lo insultaba, diciendo: «¿No eres tú el Mesías? Sálvate a ti mismo y a nosotros».

40 Pero el otro lo increpaba, diciéndole: «¿No tienes temor de Dios, tú que sufres la misma pena que él?

41 Nosotros la sufrimos justamente, porque pagamos nuestras culpas, pero él no ha hecho nada malo».

42 Y decía: «Jesús, acuérdate de mí cuando vengas a establecer tu Reino».

43 El le respondió: «Yo te aseguro que hoy estarás conmigo en el Paraíso».

44 Era alrededor del mediodía. El sol se eclipsó y la oscuridad cubrió toda la tierra hasta las tres de la tarde.

45 El velo del Templo se rasgó por el medio.

46 Jesús, con un grito, exclamó: «Padre, en tus manos encomiendo mi espíritu». Y diciendo esto, expiró.

47 Cuando el centurión vio lo que había pasado, alabó a Dios, exclamando: «Realmente este hombre era un justo».

48 Y la multitud que se había reunido para contemplar el espectáculo, al ver lo sucedido, regresaba golpeándose el pecho.

49 Todos sus amigos y las mujeres que lo habían acompañado desde Galilea permanecían a distancia, contemplando lo sucedido.

50 Llegó entonces un miembro del Consejo, llamado José, hombre recto y justo,

51 que había disentido con las decisiones y actitudes de los demás. Era de Arimatea, ciudad de Judea, y esperaba el Reino de Dios.

52 Fue a ver a Pilato para pedirle el cuerpo de Jesús.

53 Después de bajarlo de la cruz, lo envolvió en una sábana y lo colocó en un sepulcro cavado en la roca, donde nadie había sido sepultado.

54 Era el día de la Preparación, y ya comenzaba el sábado.

55 Las mujeres que habían venido de Galilea con Jesús siguieron a José, observaron el sepulcro y vieron cómo había sido sepultado.

56 Después regresaron y prepararon los bálsamos y perfumes, pero el sábado observaron el descanso que prescribía la Ley.

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 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

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EVANGELIOS 

NUEVO TESTAMENTO

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17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Chapter 23

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1 Then the whole assembly of them arose and brought him before Pilate.

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They brought charges against him, saying, «We found this man misleading our people; he opposes the payment of taxes to Caesar and maintains that he is the Messiah, a king.»

3Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus frente a pilato

Pilate asked him, «Are you the king of the Jews?» He said to him in reply, «You say so.»

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Pilate then addressed the chief priests and the crowds, «I find this man not guilty.»

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But they were adamant and said, «He is inciting the people with his teaching throughout all Judea, from Galilee where he began even to here.»

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2 On hearing this Pilate asked if the man was a Galilean;

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and upon learning that he was under Herod’s jurisdiction, he sent him to Herod who was in Jerusalem at that time.

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Herod was very glad to see Jesus; he had been wanting to see him for a long time, for he had heard about him and had been hoping to see him perform some sign.

9

He questioned him at length, but he gave him no answer.

10

The chief priests and scribes, meanwhile, stood by accusing him harshly.

11

(Even) Herod and his soldiers treated him contemptuously and mocked him, and after clothing him in resplendent garb, he sent him back to Pilate.

12

Herod and Pilate became friends that very day, even though they had been enemies formerly.

13

Pilate then summoned the chief priests, the rulers, and the people

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and said to them, «You brought this man to me and accused him of inciting the people to revolt. I have conducted my investigation in your presence and have not found this man guilty of the charges you have brought against him,

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nor did Herod, for he sent him back to us. So no capital crime has been committed by him.

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Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

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18Resultado de imagen de imagenes de pilato preguntando al pueblo

But all together they shouted out, «Away with this man! Release Barabbas to us.»

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(Now Barabbas had been imprisoned for a rebellion that had taken place in the city and for murder.)

20

Again Pilate addressed them, still wishing to release Jesus,

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but they continued their shouting, «Crucify him! Crucify him!»

22

Pilate addressed them a third time, «What evil has this man done? I found him guilty of no capital crime. Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

23

With loud shouts, however, they persisted in calling for his crucifixion, and their voices prevailed.

24

The verdict of Pilate was that their demand should be granted.

25

So he released the man who had been imprisoned for rebellion and murder, for whom they asked, and he handed Jesus over to them to deal with as they wished.

26Resultado de imagen de imagenes del hombre q ayudo a jesus con la cruz

4 As they led him away they took hold of a certain Simon, a Cyrenian, who was coming in from the country; and after laying the cross on him, they made him carry it behind Jesus.

27

A large crowd of people followed Jesus, including many women who mourned and lamented him.

28

Jesus turned to them and said, «Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me; weep instead for yourselves and for your children,

29

for indeed, the days are coming when people will say, ‘Blessed are the barren, the wombs that never bore and the breasts that never nursed.’

30

At that time people will say to the mountains, ‘Fall upon us!’ and to the hills, ‘Cover us!’

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for if these things are done when the wood is green what will happen when it is dry?»

32

Now two others, both criminals, were led away with him to be executed.

33

When they came to the place called the Skull, they crucified him and the criminals there, one on his right, the other on his left.

34Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus crucificado

[Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»] 5 They divided his garments by casting lots.

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The people stood by and watched; the rulers, meanwhile, sneered at him and said, «He saved others, let him save himself if he is the chosen one, the Messiah of God.»

36

Even the soldiers jeered at him. As they approached to offer him wine

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they called out, «If you are King of the Jews, save yourself.»

38

Above him there was an inscription that read, «This is the King of the Jews.»

39

6 Now one of the criminals hanging there reviled Jesus, saying, «Are you not the Messiah? Save yourself and us.»

40

The other, however, rebuking him, said in reply, «Have you no fear of God, for you are subject to the same condemnation?

41

And indeed, we have been condemned justly, for the sentence we received corresponds to our crimes, but this man has done nothing criminal.»

42

Then he said, «Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.»

43

He replied to him, «Amen, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.»

44

7 It was now about noon and darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon

45

because of an eclipse of the sun. Then the veil of the temple was torn down the middle.

46

Jesus cried out in a loud voice, «Father, into your hands I commend my spirit»; and when he had said this he breathed his last.

47

The centurion who witnessed what had happened glorified God and said, «This man was innocent 8 beyond doubt.»

48

When all the people who had gathered for this spectacle saw what had happened, they returned home beating their breasts;

49

but all his acquaintances stood at a distance, including the women who had followed him from Galilee and saw these events.

50

Now there was a virtuous and righteous man named Joseph who, though he was a member of the council,

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had not consented to their plan of action. He came from the Jewish town of Arimathea and was awaiting the kingdom of God.

52

He went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.

53

After he had taken the body down, he wrapped it in a linen cloth and laid him in a rock-hewn tomb in which no one had yet been buried.

54

It was the day of preparation, and the sabbath was about to begin.

55

The women who had come from Galilee with him followed behind, and when they had seen the tomb and the way in which his body was laid in it,

56

they returned and prepared spices and perfumed oils. Then they rested on the sabbath according to the commandment.

 

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1 [1-5,13-25] Twice Jesus is brought before Pilate in Luke’s account, and each time Pilate explicitly declares Jesus innocent of any wrongdoing ( Luke 23:4,  14,  22). This stress on the innocence of Jesus before the Roman authorities is also characteristic of John’s gospel ( John 18:38;  19:4, 6). Luke presents the Jerusalem Jewish leaders as the ones who force the hand of the Roman authorities ( Luke 23:1-2, 5,  10,  13,  18,  21,  23-25).

2 [6-12] The appearance of Jesus before Herod is found only in this gospel. Herod has been an important figure in Luke ( Luke 9:7-9;  13:31-33) and has been presented as someone who has been curious about Jesus for a long time. His curiosity goes unrewarded. It is faith in Jesus, not curiosity, that is rewarded ( Luke 7:50;  8:48,  50;  17:19).

3 [17] This verse, «He was obliged to release one prisoner for them at the festival,» is not part of the original text of Luke. It is an explanatory gloss from  Mark 15:6 (also  Matthew 27:15) and is not found in many early and important Greek manuscripts. On its historical background, see the notes on  Matthew 27:15-26.

4 [26-32] An important Lucan theme throughout the gospel has been the need for the Christian disciple to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Here this theme comes to the fore with the story of Simon of Cyrene who takes up the cross and follows Jesus (see  Luke 9:23;  14:27) and with the large crowd who likewise follow Jesus on the way of the cross. See also the note on  Mark 15:21.

5 [34] [Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»]: this portion of  Luke 23:34 does not occur in the oldest papyrus manuscript of Luke and in other early Greek manuscripts and ancient versions of wide geographical distribution.

6 [39-43] This episode is recounted only in this gospel. The penitent sinner receives salvation through the crucified Jesus. Jesus’ words to the penitent thief reveal Luke’s understanding that the destiny of the Christian is «to be with Jesus.»

7 [44] Noon . . . three in the afternoon: literally, the sixth and ninth hours. See the note on  Mark 15:25.

8 [47] This man was innocent: or, «This man was righteous.»

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 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

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Luke 

Chapter 23

Audio español latino:Mary luz valderrama

1

1 Then the whole assembly of them arose and brought him before Pilate.

2

They brought charges against him, saying, «We found this man misleading our people; he opposes the payment of taxes to Caesar and maintains that he is the Messiah, a king.»

3Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus frente a pilato

Pilate asked him, «Are you the king of the Jews?» He said to him in reply, «You say so.»

4

Pilate then addressed the chief priests and the crowds, «I find this man not guilty.»

5

But they were adamant and said, «He is inciting the people with his teaching throughout all Judea, from Galilee where he began even to here.»

6

2 On hearing this Pilate asked if the man was a Galilean;

7

and upon learning that he was under Herod’s jurisdiction, he sent him to Herod who was in Jerusalem at that time.

8

Herod was very glad to see Jesus; he had been wanting to see him for a long time, for he had heard about him and had been hoping to see him perform some sign.

9

He questioned him at length, but he gave him no answer.

10

The chief priests and scribes, meanwhile, stood by accusing him harshly.

11

(Even) Herod and his soldiers treated him contemptuously and mocked him, and after clothing him in resplendent garb, he sent him back to Pilate.

12

Herod and Pilate became friends that very day, even though they had been enemies formerly.

13

Pilate then summoned the chief priests, the rulers, and the people

14

and said to them, «You brought this man to me and accused him of inciting the people to revolt. I have conducted my investigation in your presence and have not found this man guilty of the charges you have brought against him,

15

nor did Herod, for he sent him back to us. So no capital crime has been committed by him.

16

Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

17

18Resultado de imagen de imagenes de pilato preguntando al pueblo

But all together they shouted out, «Away with this man! Release Barabbas to us.»

19

(Now Barabbas had been imprisoned for a rebellion that had taken place in the city and for murder.)

20

Again Pilate addressed them, still wishing to release Jesus,

21

but they continued their shouting, «Crucify him! Crucify him!»

22

Pilate addressed them a third time, «What evil has this man done? I found him guilty of no capital crime. Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

23

With loud shouts, however, they persisted in calling for his crucifixion, and their voices prevailed.

24

The verdict of Pilate was that their demand should be granted.

25

So he released the man who had been imprisoned for rebellion and murder, for whom they asked, and he handed Jesus over to them to deal with as they wished.

26Resultado de imagen de imagenes del hombre q ayudo a jesus con la cruz

4 As they led him away they took hold of a certain Simon, a Cyrenian, who was coming in from the country; and after laying the cross on him, they made him carry it behind Jesus.

27

A large crowd of people followed Jesus, including many women who mourned and lamented him.

28

Jesus turned to them and said, «Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me; weep instead for yourselves and for your children,

29

for indeed, the days are coming when people will say, ‘Blessed are the barren, the wombs that never bore and the breasts that never nursed.’

30

At that time people will say to the mountains, ‘Fall upon us!’ and to the hills, ‘Cover us!’

31

for if these things are done when the wood is green what will happen when it is dry?»

32

Now two others, both criminals, were led away with him to be executed.

33

When they came to the place called the Skull, they crucified him and the criminals there, one on his right, the other on his left.

34Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus crucificado

[Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»] 5 They divided his garments by casting lots.

35

The people stood by and watched; the rulers, meanwhile, sneered at him and said, «He saved others, let him save himself if he is the chosen one, the Messiah of God.»

36

Even the soldiers jeered at him. As they approached to offer him wine

37

they called out, «If you are King of the Jews, save yourself.»

38

Above him there was an inscription that read, «This is the King of the Jews.»

39

6 Now one of the criminals hanging there reviled Jesus, saying, «Are you not the Messiah? Save yourself and us.»

40

The other, however, rebuking him, said in reply, «Have you no fear of God, for you are subject to the same condemnation?

41

And indeed, we have been condemned justly, for the sentence we received corresponds to our crimes, but this man has done nothing criminal.»

42

Then he said, «Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.»

43

He replied to him, «Amen, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.»

44

7 It was now about noon and darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon

45

because of an eclipse of the sun. Then the veil of the temple was torn down the middle.

46

Jesus cried out in a loud voice, «Father, into your hands I commend my spirit»; and when he had said this he breathed his last.

47

The centurion who witnessed what had happened glorified God and said, «This man was innocent 8 beyond doubt.»

48

When all the people who had gathered for this spectacle saw what had happened, they returned home beating their breasts;

49

but all his acquaintances stood at a distance, including the women who had followed him from Galilee and saw these events.

50

Now there was a virtuous and righteous man named Joseph who, though he was a member of the council,

51

had not consented to their plan of action. He came from the Jewish town of Arimathea and was awaiting the kingdom of God.

52

He went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.

53

After he had taken the body down, he wrapped it in a linen cloth and laid him in a rock-hewn tomb in which no one had yet been buried.

54

It was the day of preparation, and the sabbath was about to begin.

55

The women who had come from Galilee with him followed behind, and when they had seen the tomb and the way in which his body was laid in it,

56

they returned and prepared spices and perfumed oils. Then they rested on the sabbath according to the commandment.

 

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1 [1-5,13-25] Twice Jesus is brought before Pilate in Luke’s account, and each time Pilate explicitly declares Jesus innocent of any wrongdoing ( Luke 23:4,  14,  22). This stress on the innocence of Jesus before the Roman authorities is also characteristic of John’s gospel ( John 18:38;  19:4, 6). Luke presents the Jerusalem Jewish leaders as the ones who force the hand of the Roman authorities ( Luke 23:1-2, 5,  10,  13,  18,  21,  23-25).

2 [6-12] The appearance of Jesus before Herod is found only in this gospel. Herod has been an important figure in Luke ( Luke 9:7-9;  13:31-33) and has been presented as someone who has been curious about Jesus for a long time. His curiosity goes unrewarded. It is faith in Jesus, not curiosity, that is rewarded ( Luke 7:50;  8:48,  50;  17:19).

3 [17] This verse, «He was obliged to release one prisoner for them at the festival,» is not part of the original text of Luke. It is an explanatory gloss from  Mark 15:6 (also  Matthew 27:15) and is not found in many early and important Greek manuscripts. On its historical background, see the notes on  Matthew 27:15-26.

4 [26-32] An important Lucan theme throughout the gospel has been the need for the Christian disciple to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Here this theme comes to the fore with the story of Simon of Cyrene who takes up the cross and follows Jesus (see  Luke 9:23;  14:27) and with the large crowd who likewise follow Jesus on the way of the cross. See also the note on  Mark 15:21.

5 [34] [Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»]: this portion of  Luke 23:34 does not occur in the oldest papyrus manuscript of Luke and in other early Greek manuscripts and ancient versions of wide geographical distribution.

6 [39-43] This episode is recounted only in this gospel. The penitent sinner receives salvation through the crucified Jesus. Jesus’ words to the penitent thief reveal Luke’s understanding that the destiny of the Christian is «to be with Jesus.»

7 [44] Noon . . . three in the afternoon: literally, the sixth and ninth hours. See the note on  Mark 15:25.

8 [47] This man was innocent: or, «This man was righteous.»

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Vangelo secondo Luca

Capitolo 23

[1] Tutta l’assemblea si alzò, lo condussero da Pilato 

[2] e cominciarono ad accusarlo: «Abbiamo trovato costui che sobillava il nostro popolo, impediva di dare tributi a Cesare e affermava di essere il Cristo re». 
[3]Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus frente a pilato Pilato lo interrogò: «Sei tu il re dei Giudei?». Ed egli rispose: «Tu lo dici». 
[4] Pilato disse ai sommi sacerdoti e alla folla: «Non trovo nessuna colpa in quest’uomo». 
[5] Ma essi insistevano: «Costui solleva il popolo, insegnando per tutta la Giudea, dopo aver cominciato dalla Galilea fino a qui». 
[6] Udito ciò, Pilato domandò se era Galileo 
[7] e, saputo che apparteneva alla giurisdizione di Erode, lo mandò da Erode che in quei giorni si trovava anch’egli a Gerusalemme. 
[8] Vedendo Gesù, Erode si rallegrò molto, perché da molto tempo desiderava vederlo per averne sentito parlare e sperava di vedere qualche miracolo fatto da lui. 
[9] Lo interrogò con molte domande, ma Gesù non gli rispose nulla. 
[10] C’erano là anche i sommi sacerdoti e gli scribi, e lo accusavano con insistenza. 
[11] Allora Erode, con i suoi soldati, lo insultò e lo schernì, poi lo rivestì di una splendida veste e lo rimandò a Pilato. 
[12] In quel giorno Erode e Pilato diventarono amici; prima infatti c’era stata inimicizia tra loro. 
[13] Pilato, riuniti i sommi sacerdoti, le autorità e il popolo, 
[14] disse: «Mi avete portato quest’uomo come sobillatore del popolo; ecco, l’ho esaminato davanti a voi, ma non ho trovato in lui nessuna colpa di quelle di cui lo accusate; 
[15] e neanche Erode, infatti ce l’ha rimandato. Ecco, egli non ha fatto nulla che meriti la morte. 
[16] Perciò, dopo averlo severamente castigato, lo rilascerò». 
[17] . 
[18]Imagen relacionada Ma essi si misero a gridare tutti insieme: «A morte costui! Dacci libero Barabba!». 
[19] Questi era stato messo in carcere per una sommossa scoppiata in città e per omicidio. 
[20] Pilato parlò loro di nuovo, volendo rilasciare Gesù. 
[21] Ma essi urlavano: «Crocifiggilo, crocifiggilo!». 
[22] Ed egli, per la terza volta, disse loro: «Ma che male ha fatto costui? Non ho trovato nulla in lui che meriti la morte. Lo castigherò severamente e poi lo rilascerò». 
[23] Essi però insistevano a gran voce, chiedendo che venisse crocifisso; e le loro grida crescevano. 
[24] Pilato allora decise che la loro richiesta fosse eseguita. 
[25] Rilasciò colui che era stato messo in carcere per sommossa e omicidio e che essi richiedevano, e abbandonò Gesù alla loro volontà. 
[26]Resultado de imagen de imagenes del hombre q ayudo a jesus con la cruz Mentre lo conducevano via, presero un certo Simone di Cirène che veniva dalla campagna e gli misero addosso la croce da portare dietro a Gesù. 
[27] Lo seguiva una gran folla di popolo e di donne che si battevano il petto e facevano lamenti su di lui. 
[28] Ma Gesù, voltandosi verso le donne, disse: «Figlie di Gerusalemme, non piangete su di me, ma piangete su voi stesse e sui vostri figli. 
[29] Ecco, verranno giorni nei quali si dirà: Beate le sterili e i grembi che non hanno generato e le mammelle che non hanno allattato. 
[30] Allora cominceranno a dire ai monti: 
Cadete su di noi! 
e ai colli: 
Copriteci! 
[31] Perché se trattano così il legno verde, che avverrà del legno secco?». 
[32] Venivano condotti insieme con lui anche due malfattori per essere giustiziati. 
[33] Quando giunsero al luogo detto Cranio, là crocifissero lui e i due malfattori, uno a destra e l’altro a sinistra. 
[34]Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus crucificado Gesù diceva: «Padre, perdonali, perché non sanno quello che fanno». 
Dopo essersi poi divise le sue vesti, le tirarono a sorte. 
[35] Il popolo stava a vedere, i capi invece lo schernivano dicendo: «Ha salvato gli altri, salvi se stesso, se è il Cristo di Dio, il suo eletto». 
[36] Anche i soldati lo schernivano, e gli si accostavano per porgergli dell’aceto, e dicevano: 
[37] «Se tu sei il re dei Giudei, salva te stesso». 
[38] C’era anche una scritta, sopra il suo capo: Questi è il re dei Giudei. 
[39] Uno dei malfattori appesi alla croce lo insultava: «Non sei tu il Cristo? Salva te stesso e anche noi!». 
[40] Ma l’altro lo rimproverava: «Neanche tu hai timore di Dio e sei dannato alla stessa pena? 
[41] Noi giustamente, perché riceviamo il giusto per le nostre azioni, egli invece non ha fatto nulla di male». 
[42] E aggiunse: «Gesù, ricordati di me quando entrerai nel tuo regno». 
[43] Gli rispose: «In verità ti dico, oggi sarai con me nel paradiso». 
[44] Era verso mezzogiorno, quando il sole si eclissò e si fece buio su tutta la terra fino alle tre del pomeriggio. 
[45] Il velo del tempio si squarciò nel mezzo. 
[46] Gesù, gridando a gran voce, disse: «Padre, nelle tue mani consegno il mio spirito». Detto questo spirò. 
[47] Visto ciò che era accaduto, il centurione glorificava Dio: «Veramente quest’uomo era giusto». 
[48] Anche tutte le folle che erano accorse a questo spettacolo, ripensando a quanto era accaduto, se ne tornavano percuotendosi il petto. 
[49] Tutti i suoi conoscenti assistevano da lontano e così le donne che lo avevano seguito fin dalla Galilea, osservando questi avvenimenti. 
[50] C’era un uomo di nome Giuseppe, membro del sinedrio, persona buona e giusta. 
[51] Non aveva aderito alla decisione e all’operato degli altri. Egli era di Arimatèa, una città dei Giudei, e aspettava il regno di Dio. 
[52] Si presentò a Pilato e chiese il corpo di Gesù. 
[53] Lo calò dalla croce, lo avvolse in un lenzuolo e lo depose in una tomba scavata nella roccia, nella quale nessuno era stato ancora deposto. 
[54] Era il giorno della parascève e già splendevano le luci del sabato. 
[55] Le donne che erano venute con Gesù dalla Galilea seguivano Giuseppe; esse osservarono la tomba e come era stato deposto il corpo di Gesù, 
[56] poi tornarono indietro e prepararono aromi e oli profumati. Il giorno di sabato osservarono il riposo secondo il comandamento. 

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Chapter 23

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1

1 Then the whole assembly of them arose and brought him before Pilate.

2

They brought charges against him, saying, «We found this man misleading our people; he opposes the payment of taxes to Caesar and maintains that he is the Messiah, a king.»

3Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus frente a pilato

Pilate asked him, «Are you the king of the Jews?» He said to him in reply, «You say so.»

4

Pilate then addressed the chief priests and the crowds, «I find this man not guilty.»

5

But they were adamant and said, «He is inciting the people with his teaching throughout all Judea, from Galilee where he began even to here.»

6

2 On hearing this Pilate asked if the man was a Galilean;

7

and upon learning that he was under Herod’s jurisdiction, he sent him to Herod who was in Jerusalem at that time.

8

Herod was very glad to see Jesus; he had been wanting to see him for a long time, for he had heard about him and had been hoping to see him perform some sign.

9

He questioned him at length, but he gave him no answer.

10

The chief priests and scribes, meanwhile, stood by accusing him harshly.

11

(Even) Herod and his soldiers treated him contemptuously and mocked him, and after clothing him in resplendent garb, he sent him back to Pilate.

12

Herod and Pilate became friends that very day, even though they had been enemies formerly.

13

Pilate then summoned the chief priests, the rulers, and the people

14

and said to them, «You brought this man to me and accused him of inciting the people to revolt. I have conducted my investigation in your presence and have not found this man guilty of the charges you have brought against him,

15

nor did Herod, for he sent him back to us. So no capital crime has been committed by him.

16

Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

17

18Resultado de imagen de imagenes de pilato preguntando al pueblo

But all together they shouted out, «Away with this man! Release Barabbas to us.»

19

(Now Barabbas had been imprisoned for a rebellion that had taken place in the city and for murder.)

20

Again Pilate addressed them, still wishing to release Jesus,

21

but they continued their shouting, «Crucify him! Crucify him!»

22

Pilate addressed them a third time, «What evil has this man done? I found him guilty of no capital crime. Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

23

With loud shouts, however, they persisted in calling for his crucifixion, and their voices prevailed.

24

The verdict of Pilate was that their demand should be granted.

25

So he released the man who had been imprisoned for rebellion and murder, for whom they asked, and he handed Jesus over to them to deal with as they wished.

26Resultado de imagen de imagenes del hombre q ayudo a jesus con la cruz

4 As they led him away they took hold of a certain Simon, a Cyrenian, who was coming in from the country; and after laying the cross on him, they made him carry it behind Jesus.

27

A large crowd of people followed Jesus, including many women who mourned and lamented him.

28

Jesus turned to them and said, «Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me; weep instead for yourselves and for your children,

29

for indeed, the days are coming when people will say, ‘Blessed are the barren, the wombs that never bore and the breasts that never nursed.’

30

At that time people will say to the mountains, ‘Fall upon us!’ and to the hills, ‘Cover us!’

31

for if these things are done when the wood is green what will happen when it is dry?»

32

Now two others, both criminals, were led away with him to be executed.

33

When they came to the place called the Skull, they crucified him and the criminals there, one on his right, the other on his left.

34Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus crucificado

[Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»] 5 They divided his garments by casting lots.

35

The people stood by and watched; the rulers, meanwhile, sneered at him and said, «He saved others, let him save himself if he is the chosen one, the Messiah of God.»

36

Even the soldiers jeered at him. As they approached to offer him wine

37

they called out, «If you are King of the Jews, save yourself.»

38

Above him there was an inscription that read, «This is the King of the Jews.»

39

6 Now one of the criminals hanging there reviled Jesus, saying, «Are you not the Messiah? Save yourself and us.»

40

The other, however, rebuking him, said in reply, «Have you no fear of God, for you are subject to the same condemnation?

41

And indeed, we have been condemned justly, for the sentence we received corresponds to our crimes, but this man has done nothing criminal.»

42

Then he said, «Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.»

43

He replied to him, «Amen, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.»

44

7 It was now about noon and darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon

45

because of an eclipse of the sun. Then the veil of the temple was torn down the middle.

46

Jesus cried out in a loud voice, «Father, into your hands I commend my spirit»; and when he had said this he breathed his last.

47

The centurion who witnessed what had happened glorified God and said, «This man was innocent 8 beyond doubt.»

48

When all the people who had gathered for this spectacle saw what had happened, they returned home beating their breasts;

49

but all his acquaintances stood at a distance, including the women who had followed him from Galilee and saw these events.

50

Now there was a virtuous and righteous man named Joseph who, though he was a member of the council,

51

had not consented to their plan of action. He came from the Jewish town of Arimathea and was awaiting the kingdom of God.

52

He went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.

53

After he had taken the body down, he wrapped it in a linen cloth and laid him in a rock-hewn tomb in which no one had yet been buried.

54

It was the day of preparation, and the sabbath was about to begin.

55

The women who had come from Galilee with him followed behind, and when they had seen the tomb and the way in which his body was laid in it,

56

they returned and prepared spices and perfumed oils. Then they rested on the sabbath according to the commandment.

 

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1 [1-5,13-25] Twice Jesus is brought before Pilate in Luke’s account, and each time Pilate explicitly declares Jesus innocent of any wrongdoing ( Luke 23:4,  14,  22). This stress on the innocence of Jesus before the Roman authorities is also characteristic of John’s gospel ( John 18:38;  19:4, 6). Luke presents the Jerusalem Jewish leaders as the ones who force the hand of the Roman authorities ( Luke 23:1-2, 5,  10,  13,  18,  21,  23-25).

2 [6-12] The appearance of Jesus before Herod is found only in this gospel. Herod has been an important figure in Luke ( Luke 9:7-9;  13:31-33) and has been presented as someone who has been curious about Jesus for a long time. His curiosity goes unrewarded. It is faith in Jesus, not curiosity, that is rewarded ( Luke 7:50;  8:48,  50;  17:19).

3 [17] This verse, «He was obliged to release one prisoner for them at the festival,» is not part of the original text of Luke. It is an explanatory gloss from  Mark 15:6 (also  Matthew 27:15) and is not found in many early and important Greek manuscripts. On its historical background, see the notes on  Matthew 27:15-26.

4 [26-32] An important Lucan theme throughout the gospel has been the need for the Christian disciple to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Here this theme comes to the fore with the story of Simon of Cyrene who takes up the cross and follows Jesus (see  Luke 9:23;  14:27) and with the large crowd who likewise follow Jesus on the way of the cross. See also the note on  Mark 15:21.

5 [34] [Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»]: this portion of  Luke 23:34 does not occur in the oldest papyrus manuscript of Luke and in other early Greek manuscripts and ancient versions of wide geographical distribution.

6 [39-43] This episode is recounted only in this gospel. The penitent sinner receives salvation through the crucified Jesus. Jesus’ words to the penitent thief reveal Luke’s understanding that the destiny of the Christian is «to be with Jesus.»

7 [44] Noon . . . three in the afternoon: literally, the sixth and ninth hours. See the note on  Mark 15:25.

8 [47] This man was innocent: or, «This man was righteous.»

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Chapter 23

1

1 Then the whole assembly of them arose and brought him before Pilate.

2

They brought charges against him, saying, «We found this man misleading our people; he opposes the payment of taxes to Caesar and maintains that he is the Messiah, a king.»

3Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus frente a pilato

Pilate asked him, «Are you the king of the Jews?» He said to him in reply, «You say so.»

4

Pilate then addressed the chief priests and the crowds, «I find this man not guilty.»

5

But they were adamant and said, «He is inciting the people with his teaching throughout all Judea, from Galilee where he began even to here.»

6

2 On hearing this Pilate asked if the man was a Galilean;

7

and upon learning that he was under Herod’s jurisdiction, he sent him to Herod who was in Jerusalem at that time.

8

Herod was very glad to see Jesus; he had been wanting to see him for a long time, for he had heard about him and had been hoping to see him perform some sign.

9

He questioned him at length, but he gave him no answer.

10

The chief priests and scribes, meanwhile, stood by accusing him harshly.

11

(Even) Herod and his soldiers treated him contemptuously and mocked him, and after clothing him in resplendent garb, he sent him back to Pilate.

12

Herod and Pilate became friends that very day, even though they had been enemies formerly.

13

Pilate then summoned the chief priests, the rulers, and the people

14

and said to them, «You brought this man to me and accused him of inciting the people to revolt. I have conducted my investigation in your presence and have not found this man guilty of the charges you have brought against him,

15

nor did Herod, for he sent him back to us. So no capital crime has been committed by him.

16

Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

17

18Resultado de imagen de imagenes de pilato preguntando al pueblo

But all together they shouted out, «Away with this man! Release Barabbas to us.»

19

(Now Barabbas had been imprisoned for a rebellion that had taken place in the city and for murder.)

20

Again Pilate addressed them, still wishing to release Jesus,

21

but they continued their shouting, «Crucify him! Crucify him!»

22

Pilate addressed them a third time, «What evil has this man done? I found him guilty of no capital crime. Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

23

With loud shouts, however, they persisted in calling for his crucifixion, and their voices prevailed.

24

The verdict of Pilate was that their demand should be granted.

25

So he released the man who had been imprisoned for rebellion and murder, for whom they asked, and he handed Jesus over to them to deal with as they wished.

26Resultado de imagen de imagenes del hombre q ayudo a jesus con la cruz

4 As they led him away they took hold of a certain Simon, a Cyrenian, who was coming in from the country; and after laying the cross on him, they made him carry it behind Jesus.

27

A large crowd of people followed Jesus, including many women who mourned and lamented him.

28

Jesus turned to them and said, «Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me; weep instead for yourselves and for your children,

29

for indeed, the days are coming when people will say, ‘Blessed are the barren, the wombs that never bore and the breasts that never nursed.’

30

At that time people will say to the mountains, ‘Fall upon us!’ and to the hills, ‘Cover us!’

31

for if these things are done when the wood is green what will happen when it is dry?»

32

Now two others, both criminals, were led away with him to be executed.

33

When they came to the place called the Skull, they crucified him and the criminals there, one on his right, the other on his left.

34Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus crucificado

[Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»] 5 They divided his garments by casting lots.

35

The people stood by and watched; the rulers, meanwhile, sneered at him and said, «He saved others, let him save himself if he is the chosen one, the Messiah of God.»

36

Even the soldiers jeered at him. As they approached to offer him wine

37

they called out, «If you are King of the Jews, save yourself.»

38

Above him there was an inscription that read, «This is the King of the Jews.»

39

6 Now one of the criminals hanging there reviled Jesus, saying, «Are you not the Messiah? Save yourself and us.»

40

The other, however, rebuking him, said in reply, «Have you no fear of God, for you are subject to the same condemnation?

41

And indeed, we have been condemned justly, for the sentence we received corresponds to our crimes, but this man has done nothing criminal.»

42

Then he said, «Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.»

43

He replied to him, «Amen, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.»

44

7 It was now about noon and darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon

45

because of an eclipse of the sun. Then the veil of the temple was torn down the middle.

46

Jesus cried out in a loud voice, «Father, into your hands I commend my spirit»; and when he had said this he breathed his last.

47

The centurion who witnessed what had happened glorified God and said, «This man was innocent 8 beyond doubt.»

48

When all the people who had gathered for this spectacle saw what had happened, they returned home beating their breasts;

49

but all his acquaintances stood at a distance, including the women who had followed him from Galilee and saw these events.

50

Now there was a virtuous and righteous man named Joseph who, though he was a member of the council,

51

had not consented to their plan of action. He came from the Jewish town of Arimathea and was awaiting the kingdom of God.

52

He went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.

53

After he had taken the body down, he wrapped it in a linen cloth and laid him in a rock-hewn tomb in which no one had yet been buried.

54

It was the day of preparation, and the sabbath was about to begin.

55

The women who had come from Galilee with him followed behind, and when they had seen the tomb and the way in which his body was laid in it,

56

they returned and prepared spices and perfumed oils. Then they rested on the sabbath according to the commandment.

 

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1 [1-5,13-25] Twice Jesus is brought before Pilate in Luke’s account, and each time Pilate explicitly declares Jesus innocent of any wrongdoing ( Luke 23:4,  14,  22). This stress on the innocence of Jesus before the Roman authorities is also characteristic of John’s gospel ( John 18:38;  19:4, 6). Luke presents the Jerusalem Jewish leaders as the ones who force the hand of the Roman authorities ( Luke 23:1-2, 5,  10,  13,  18,  21,  23-25).

2 [6-12] The appearance of Jesus before Herod is found only in this gospel. Herod has been an important figure in Luke ( Luke 9:7-9;  13:31-33) and has been presented as someone who has been curious about Jesus for a long time. His curiosity goes unrewarded. It is faith in Jesus, not curiosity, that is rewarded ( Luke 7:50;  8:48,  50;  17:19).

3 [17] This verse, «He was obliged to release one prisoner for them at the festival,» is not part of the original text of Luke. It is an explanatory gloss from  Mark 15:6 (also  Matthew 27:15) and is not found in many early and important Greek manuscripts. On its historical background, see the notes on  Matthew 27:15-26.

4 [26-32] An important Lucan theme throughout the gospel has been the need for the Christian disciple to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Here this theme comes to the fore with the story of Simon of Cyrene who takes up the cross and follows Jesus (see  Luke 9:23;  14:27) and with the large crowd who likewise follow Jesus on the way of the cross. See also the note on  Mark 15:21.

5 [34] [Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»]: this portion of  Luke 23:34 does not occur in the oldest papyrus manuscript of Luke and in other early Greek manuscripts and ancient versions of wide geographical distribution.

6 [39-43] This episode is recounted only in this gospel. The penitent sinner receives salvation through the crucified Jesus. Jesus’ words to the penitent thief reveal Luke’s understanding that the destiny of the Christian is «to be with Jesus.»

7 [44] Noon . . . three in the afternoon: literally, the sixth and ninth hours. See the note on  Mark 15:25.

8 [47] This man was innocent: or, «This man was righteous.»

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17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

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Chapter 23

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1

1 Then the whole assembly of them arose and brought him before Pilate.

2

They brought charges against him, saying, «We found this man misleading our people; he opposes the payment of taxes to Caesar and maintains that he is the Messiah, a king.»

3Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus frente a pilato

Pilate asked him, «Are you the king of the Jews?» He said to him in reply, «You say so.»

4

Pilate then addressed the chief priests and the crowds, «I find this man not guilty.»

5

But they were adamant and said, «He is inciting the people with his teaching throughout all Judea, from Galilee where he began even to here.»

6

2 On hearing this Pilate asked if the man was a Galilean;

7

and upon learning that he was under Herod’s jurisdiction, he sent him to Herod who was in Jerusalem at that time.

8

Herod was very glad to see Jesus; he had been wanting to see him for a long time, for he had heard about him and had been hoping to see him perform some sign.

9

He questioned him at length, but he gave him no answer.

10

The chief priests and scribes, meanwhile, stood by accusing him harshly.

11

(Even) Herod and his soldiers treated him contemptuously and mocked him, and after clothing him in resplendent garb, he sent him back to Pilate.

12

Herod and Pilate became friends that very day, even though they had been enemies formerly.

13

Pilate then summoned the chief priests, the rulers, and the people

14

and said to them, «You brought this man to me and accused him of inciting the people to revolt. I have conducted my investigation in your presence and have not found this man guilty of the charges you have brought against him,

15

nor did Herod, for he sent him back to us. So no capital crime has been committed by him.

16

Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

17

18Resultado de imagen de imagenes de pilato preguntando al pueblo

But all together they shouted out, «Away with this man! Release Barabbas to us.»

19

(Now Barabbas had been imprisoned for a rebellion that had taken place in the city and for murder.)

20

Again Pilate addressed them, still wishing to release Jesus,

21

but they continued their shouting, «Crucify him! Crucify him!»

22

Pilate addressed them a third time, «What evil has this man done? I found him guilty of no capital crime. Therefore I shall have him flogged and then release him.»

23

With loud shouts, however, they persisted in calling for his crucifixion, and their voices prevailed.

24

The verdict of Pilate was that their demand should be granted.

25

So he released the man who had been imprisoned for rebellion and murder, for whom they asked, and he handed Jesus over to them to deal with as they wished.

26Resultado de imagen de imagenes del hombre q ayudo a jesus con la cruz

4 As they led him away they took hold of a certain Simon, a Cyrenian, who was coming in from the country; and after laying the cross on him, they made him carry it behind Jesus.

27

A large crowd of people followed Jesus, including many women who mourned and lamented him.

28

Jesus turned to them and said, «Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me; weep instead for yourselves and for your children,

29

for indeed, the days are coming when people will say, ‘Blessed are the barren, the wombs that never bore and the breasts that never nursed.’

30

At that time people will say to the mountains, ‘Fall upon us!’ and to the hills, ‘Cover us!’

31

for if these things are done when the wood is green what will happen when it is dry?»

32

Now two others, both criminals, were led away with him to be executed.

33

When they came to the place called the Skull, they crucified him and the criminals there, one on his right, the other on his left.

34Resultado de imagen de imagenes de jesus crucificado

[Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»] 5 They divided his garments by casting lots.

35

The people stood by and watched; the rulers, meanwhile, sneered at him and said, «He saved others, let him save himself if he is the chosen one, the Messiah of God.»

36

Even the soldiers jeered at him. As they approached to offer him wine

37

they called out, «If you are King of the Jews, save yourself.»

38

Above him there was an inscription that read, «This is the King of the Jews.»

39

6 Now one of the criminals hanging there reviled Jesus, saying, «Are you not the Messiah? Save yourself and us.»

40

The other, however, rebuking him, said in reply, «Have you no fear of God, for you are subject to the same condemnation?

41

And indeed, we have been condemned justly, for the sentence we received corresponds to our crimes, but this man has done nothing criminal.»

42

Then he said, «Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.»

43

He replied to him, «Amen, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.»

44

7 It was now about noon and darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon

45

because of an eclipse of the sun. Then the veil of the temple was torn down the middle.

46

Jesus cried out in a loud voice, «Father, into your hands I commend my spirit»; and when he had said this he breathed his last.

47

The centurion who witnessed what had happened glorified God and said, «This man was innocent 8 beyond doubt.»

48

When all the people who had gathered for this spectacle saw what had happened, they returned home beating their breasts;

49

but all his acquaintances stood at a distance, including the women who had followed him from Galilee and saw these events.

50

Now there was a virtuous and righteous man named Joseph who, though he was a member of the council,

51

had not consented to their plan of action. He came from the Jewish town of Arimathea and was awaiting the kingdom of God.

52

He went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.

53

After he had taken the body down, he wrapped it in a linen cloth and laid him in a rock-hewn tomb in which no one had yet been buried.

54

It was the day of preparation, and the sabbath was about to begin.

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The women who had come from Galilee with him followed behind, and when they had seen the tomb and the way in which his body was laid in it,

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they returned and prepared spices and perfumed oils. Then they rested on the sabbath according to the commandment.

 

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1 [1-5,13-25] Twice Jesus is brought before Pilate in Luke’s account, and each time Pilate explicitly declares Jesus innocent of any wrongdoing ( Luke 23:4,  14,  22). This stress on the innocence of Jesus before the Roman authorities is also characteristic of John’s gospel ( John 18:38;  19:4, 6). Luke presents the Jerusalem Jewish leaders as the ones who force the hand of the Roman authorities ( Luke 23:1-2, 5,  10,  13,  18,  21,  23-25).

2 [6-12] The appearance of Jesus before Herod is found only in this gospel. Herod has been an important figure in Luke ( Luke 9:7-9;  13:31-33) and has been presented as someone who has been curious about Jesus for a long time. His curiosity goes unrewarded. It is faith in Jesus, not curiosity, that is rewarded ( Luke 7:50;  8:48,  50;  17:19).

3 [17] This verse, «He was obliged to release one prisoner for them at the festival,» is not part of the original text of Luke. It is an explanatory gloss from  Mark 15:6 (also  Matthew 27:15) and is not found in many early and important Greek manuscripts. On its historical background, see the notes on  Matthew 27:15-26.

4 [26-32] An important Lucan theme throughout the gospel has been the need for the Christian disciple to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Here this theme comes to the fore with the story of Simon of Cyrene who takes up the cross and follows Jesus (see  Luke 9:23;  14:27) and with the large crowd who likewise follow Jesus on the way of the cross. See also the note on  Mark 15:21.

5 [34] [Then Jesus said, «Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.»]: this portion of  Luke 23:34 does not occur in the oldest papyrus manuscript of Luke and in other early Greek manuscripts and ancient versions of wide geographical distribution.

6 [39-43] This episode is recounted only in this gospel. The penitent sinner receives salvation through the crucified Jesus. Jesus’ words to the penitent thief reveal Luke’s understanding that the destiny of the Christian is «to be with Jesus.»

7 [44] Noon . . . three in the afternoon: literally, the sixth and ninth hours. See the note on  Mark 15:25.

8 [47] This man was innocent: or, «This man was righteous.»

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