Jesus, King-everlasting, shamed, mocked and tortured by His creatures, to restore a relationship with them.
Published June 24th, 2017; Updated August 12th, 2018
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The governor's soldiers shamed, mocked and tortured Jesus in the Praetorium before they led Him away to be crucified.
Then the soldiers of the governor took Jesus into the Praetorium
and gathered the whole garrison around Him.
And they stripped Him
and put a scarlet robe on Him.
When they had twisted a crown of thorns,
they put it on His head,
and a reed in His right hand.
And they bowed the knee before Him
and mocked Him, saying, “Hail, King of the Jews!”
Then they spat on Him,
and took the reed
and struck Him on the head.
And when they had mocked Him,
they took the robe off Him,
put His own clothes on Him,
and led Him away
to be crucified.
Where does it take place? In the Praetorium Who is the main character? Jesus Christ Who else is involved? Pilates soldiers What are the objects? Scarlet robe Crown of thorns Reed The Lord's clothing What happened? Pilates garrison of Soldiers mocked Jesus Christ in the Praetorium. How did it happen? They stripped Him off His clothes They placed scarlet robes on Him They put a twisted crown of thorns on His head They put a reed in His hand They took off the robe and put His own clothes on Why did it happen? He was the King of the Jews 27:11 He was not recognized as the King of the Jews by His own people, who handed Him over to the Romans to be crucified Because sin is awful Because God loves people That prophecy about the suffering savior be fulfilled Jesus was mocked, hurt, and shamed. You are not alone if you experience shame and suffering. Jesus knows what you are going through. Know that He understands and is with you.