And they shall mock him, and shall whip him, and shall spit on him, and shall kill him: and the third day he shall rise again.
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EXPOSITORY (ENGLISH BIBLE)Shall spit upon him.—In common with St. Luke, but not with St. Matthew.Matthew 20:17-19.
Jesus went before him - In the manner of an intrepid, fearless leader and guide, exposing "himself" to danger and death rather than his followers.
And they rather amazed ... - They were afraid that evil would befall him in the city; that the scribes and Pharisees, who had so often sought to kill him, would then do it. Their fear and amazement were increased when he told them what would befall him there. They were amazed that, when he knew so well what would happen, he should still persevere in going up to the city.
Ambitious Request of James and John—The Reply (Mr 10:35-45).See Poole on "Mark 10:32"
and shall spit upon him; on his face, as the Syriac and Persic versions render it, and as they did; see Mark 15:19. This clause is placed by the Vulgate Latin, Arabic, and Ethiopic versions, between the two former; though, according to the order in which these things were executed, he was first scourged, then mocked, and then spit upon: all which express both the cruel and indecent usage he was to meet with:
and shall kill him, and the third day he shall rise again. The Persic version between these two clauses read, "and shall put him in a grave"; which is not in any copy of this text, nor in any other version; nor indeed was this done by the Gentiles, but by Joseph of Arimathea.And they shall mock him, and shall scourge him, and shall spit upon him, and shall kill him: and the third day he shall rise again.
EXEGETICAL (ORIGINAL LANGUAGES)34. and shall kill him] Or, as St Matthew adds, “crucify Him.” Now for the first time is revealed this last, this greatest horror (see Matthew 20:19). St Luke lays stress upon the fact that the disciples would not and could not understand His words (Luke 18:34). This absence of all sympathy was one of His greatest trials.
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