6 When they saw him, the chief priests and the guards shouted, 'Crucify him! 5 Jesus then came out wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe. The Gospel of John Chapter 19 provides us the truth of Jesus' suffering, crucifixion, burial. (32-41) Commentary on Acts 19:1-7 (Read Acts 19:1-7) Paul instructs the disciples of John at Ephesus. 153 Morris, The Gospel According to John, 798.. 154 Bernard, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel According to St. John, 2:621.. 155 Some of this evidence is given in BAGD, 395 s.v. (8-12) The Jewish exorcists disgraced. Crucify him!' CHAPTER 19. Jesus is led to the place of crucifixion and nailed to the cross (vv... View the entire commentary. 4 Pilate came outside again and said to them, 'Look, I am going to bring him out to you to let you see that I find no case against him.'. Chapter Contents. John finds the events immediately following Jesus' death to be highly significant... View the entire commentary * More information on Commentaries Note L. Morris’ suggestion: The opening of the narrative proper might be understood as the account of the happenings of one momentous week: 50 Day 1—The deputation from Jerusalem to the Baptist (1:19-28). (1-7) He teaches there. Commentaries for John Chapter 19 Jesus Is Crucified. Enemies and Friends Attend to Jesus' Body. Day 3—Two of John’s disciples follow Jesus (1:35-40). (13-20) The tumult at Ephesus. Day 4—Andrew brings Peter to Jesus (1:41-42) [Presumably on the next day] John 19:25-27. Day 2—John the Baptist points out Jesus (1:29-34). 2 And the soldiers wove a crown out of thorns and placed it on his head, and clothed him in a purple cloak, 3 and they came to him and said, “Hail, King of the Jews!” And they struck him repeatedly. Despite his great anguish and suffering, Jesus asks God to forgive his persecutors and ensures that his mother will be taken care of by asking the Apostle John to take care of her. 1 * a Then Pilate took Jesus and had him scourged. Some Ephesians burn their evil books. Pilate said, 'Here is the man.' According to John Chapter 19, this was written in Hebrew, Greek and Latin. The passage goes on to describe how the soldiers divided Jesus’ garments and coat after His crucifixion and how Mary, the mother of Jesus, her sister, Cleophas’ wife Mary, Mary Magdalene and the disciple whom Jesus loved stood by the cross. (21-31) The tumult appeased. Now — While Jesus, hanging on the cross, suffered all manner of insults and sorrows; there stood by the cross his mother — “Neither her own danger, nor the sadness of the spectacle, nor the reproaches and insults of the people, could restrain her from performing the last office of duty and tenderness to her divine son on the cross.