How did the anointed, Messiah say the Pagan Romans were going to treat him? [Part 1]



180. How did Jesus Christ say the Gentiles (Romans) were going to treat him? [Part 1]

Copyright (C) by Noelene Rout 8th November 2004 All Rights Reserved.

Before this study, what the people need to know is, is that Jesus Christ was an innocent man, who went about doing good, and healing all who were oppressed of the Devil, but there came a time in his life when the sins that every person who had ever lived, is living, and will ever live upon the face of this earth were placed upon his pure and innocent body, and at that time his body was guilty of committing all of those sins, and his body [which was a sacrifice from God, a a sacrificial lamb!] had to suffer and die for those sins! But the Innocent and Holy (angel) Spirit who had indwelled the body of Jesus Christ, and who remained indwelling the body of Jesus Christ until it was dead, actually suffered every thing that the body of the man Jesus Christ suffered for the sins of every person who had ever lived, is living, and will ever live upon the face of this earth as a “Loving Sacrifice” from God, to free every one who believes in him, and turns from sin, and accepts him, and his ways, from the Kingdom of thousands and thousands of male and female devils, from the sins they commit and committed, and from the shame, condemnation and guilt that people experience as a result of committing sin, and also from, being put to death forever for breaking the Laws of God!

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. The Holy Bible John 3:16

Greek words used on this page can be found in the Youngs Analytical Concordance to the Holy Bible and the New Strongs Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible.

17 And Jesus going up to Jerusalem took the twelve disciples apart in the way, and said unto them, Matthew 20:17

The Scripture.

18 Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; and the Son of man shall be betrayed unto the chief priests and unto the scribes, and they shall condemn him to death, Matthew 20:18

The Scripture with bracketed number for Greek meaning of the following word.

18 Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; and the Son of man shall be betrayed unto [G749] the chief priests and unto the [G1122] scribes, and they shall [G2634] condemn him to [G2288] death, Matthew 20:18

The Scripture with bracketed number and Greek meaning of the following word.

18 Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; and the Son of man shall be betrayed unto [G749 ἀρχιερεύς archiereus ar-khee-er-yuce’ From G746 an G2409; the high priest (of the Jews, typically Christ); by extension a chief priest: – chief priest, high priest, chief of the priests. (See: Chief priests below!] the chief priests and unto the [G1122 γραμματεύς grammateus gram-mat-yooce’ From G1121; a (professional) writer, a scribe or secretary: – scribe, (town) clerk. G1121 γράμμα gramma gram’-mah From G1125; a (writing, letter), note, book, epistle, etc.; plural learning: – (a) letter, character, writing, (anything) written, bill, scripture, learning. G1125 γράφω graphō graf’-o A chief verb; to “grave”, particularly to write; abstractly to describe: – describe, to be written, write (-ing, -ten).] scribes, and they shall [G2632 κατακρίνω katakrinō kat-ak-ree’-no From G2596 and G2919; to judge (against, down), that is, sentence: – damn, condemn. G2596 (when they were) alone? (G2919 κρίνω krinō kree’-no Correctly to distinguish, decide (mentally, judicially); implying to try, condemn, punish: – go to (sue at the) law, call in question, think, judge, esteem, conclude, decree, ordain, sentence to, condemn, damn, avenge.] condemn him to [G2288 θάνατος thanatos than’-at-os From G2348; (correctly adjective for noun) death (figuratively or literally): – (be) death, deadly. (G2348 θνήσκω thnēskō thnay’-sko A form of a simpler chief word that has been made stronger. θάνω thanō (used only in certain tenses); to die (figuratively or literally): – die, be dead.)] death, Matthew 20:18

Chief priests below!

G746 ἀρχή archē ar-khay’ From G756; (correctly abstract) a beginning, or (concrete) chief (in diverse applications of order, place, time, or rank): – beginning, (at the, the) first (estate), corner, magistrate, power, principality, principle, rule.

G2409 ἱερεύς hiereus hee-er-yooce’ From G2413; a priest (literally or abstractly): – A priest, high priest, (high) priest.

G756 ἄρχομαι archomai ar’-khom-ahee Middle voice of G757 (implying of precedence); to commence (in order of time) : – rehearse from the) begin (-ning). [eg: Rehearse G3421 to exercise memory.]

G2413 ἱερός hieros hee-er-os’ Of unsure affinity; sacred: – holy, priestly.

G757 ἄρχω archō ar’-kho A chief verb; to be first (in political rank or power): – to be first, or chief, (rule) over, reign.

G749..the high priest (of the Jews, Christ); a chief priest: – chief priest, high priest, chief of the priests. G746..a beginning, or chief (in place, time, or rank): – beginning, (at the, the) first (estate), corner, magistrate, power, principality, principle, rule. G2409..a priest (A priest, high priest, (high) priest. G2413..sacred: – holy, priestly. G756..of precedence; to commence (in order of time):- rehearse from the) begin (-ning). G757 to be first (in political rank or power): – to be first, or chief, (rule) over, reign. G3421 to exercise memory.]

high (chief) priest of the Jews, Chief of the priests, rule over, power, reign, magistrate, holy, an (rehearsed, exercised memory) educated man.

Chief priests Above!

The Scripture with bracketed number and Greek meaning of the following word narrowed down.

18 Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; and the Son of man shall be betrayed unto [G749..G746..G2409..G2413..G756..G749..G757..

G3421..high (chief) priest of the Jews, Chief of the priests, rule over, power, reign, magistrate, holy, an (rehearsed, exercised memory) educated man.] the chief priests and unto the [a (professional) writer, a scribe or secretary: – scribe, (town) clerk. (a (writing, letter), note, book, epistle, etc.; plural learning: – (a) letter, character, writing, (anything) written, bill, scripture, learning.) (to “grave”, particularly to write; abstractly to describe: – describe, to be written, write (-ing, -ten).)] scribes, and they shall [to judge (against, down), that is, sentence: – damn, condemn. (when they were) alone? (distinguish, decide (mentally, judicially); to try, condemn, punish: – go to (sue at the) law, call in question, think, judge, esteem, conclude, decree, ordain, sentence to, condemn, damn, avenge.)] condemn him to [death: – (be) death, deadly. (to die: – die, be dead.)] death, Matthew 20:18 Matthew 20:18

The Scripture.

19 And shall deliver him to the Gentiles to mock, and to scourge, and to crucify him: and the third day he shall rise again. Matt 20:19

The Scripture with bracketed number for following Greek word.

19 And shall [G3860] deliver him to the [G1484] Gentiles to [G1702] mock, and to [G3146] scourge, and to [G4717] crucify him: and the [G5145] third day he shall [G450] rise again. Matt 20:19

The Scripture with bracketed number and meaning for the following Greek word.

19 And shall [G3860 παραδίδωμι paradidōmi par-ad-id’-o-mee From G3844 and G1325; to surrender, yield up, intrust, transmit: – bring forth, deliver (up), give (over, up), betray, cast, commit, put in prison, hazard. (G1325 have power, take, utter, suffer, smite (with the hand), strike (with the palm of the hand), yield.] deliver him to the [G1484 ἔθνος ethnos eth’-nos Possibly from G1486; a race (of the same habit), a tribe; particularly a (non-Jewish) foreign one (implying pagan): – people, heathen, Gentile, nation. G1486 ἔθω ethō eth’-o A chief verb; used (by habit or conventionality); usage: – according to his custom, be custom (manner, wont).] Gentiles to [G1702 ἐμπαίζω empaizō emp-aheed’-zo From G1722 and G3815; to jeer at, that is, deride: – mock.] mock, and to [G3146 μαστιγόω mastigoō mas-tig-o’-o From G3148; to flog (literally or abstractly): – scourge. G3148 μάστιξ mastix mas’-tix Possibly from the base of G3145 (through the concept of contact); a whip (literally the Roman flagellum for criminals; abstractly a disease): – plague, (Deut 28 Lev 26 Prov 3:33) scourging. G3145 μασσάομαι massaomai mas-sah’-om-ahee From a chief word μάσσω massō (to handle or squeeze); to chew: – gnaw.] scourge, and to [G4717 σταυρόω stauroō stow-ro’-o From G4716; to impale on the cross; abstractly to extinguish (subdue) passion or selfishness: – crucify. G4716 σταυρός stauros stow-ros’ From the base of G2476; stake or post (as set upright), (specifically) a pole or cross (as an instrument of capital punishment); Abstractly exposure to death, self denial; implying the atonement of Christ: – cross. G2476 ἵστημι histēmi his’-tay-mee A lengthened form of a chief word στάω staō (of similar meaning, which in certain tenses is used for it); to stand ([in-transitively]), used in diverse applications (literally or abstractly): – abide, appoint, bring, continue, covenant, establish, hold up, lay, present, set (up), stanch, stand (by, forth, still, up). Compare G5087.] crucify him: and the third day he shall rise again. Matt 20:19

The Scripture with bracketed number and meaning for the following Greek word narrowed down.

19 And shall [ to surrender, yield up, intrust, transmit: – bring forth, deliver (up), give (over, up), betray, cast, commit, put in prison, hazard. (have power, take, utter, suffer, smite (with the hand), strike (with the palm of the hand), yield.] deliver him to the [a race (of the same habit), a tribe; particularly a (non-Jewish) foreign one (implying pagan): – people, heathen, Gentile, nation. used (by habit or conventionality); usage: – according to his custom, be custom (manner, wont).] Gentiles to [ to jeer at, that is, deride: – mock.] mock, and to to flog: – scourge. (contact); a whip (Roman flagellum for criminals; a disease): – plague, scourging. G3145 (to handle or squeeze); to chew: – gnaw.] scourge, and to [to impale on the cross; to extinguish (subdue) passion or selfishness: – crucify. G4716 stake or post (as set upright), a pole or cross (an instrument of capital punishment); exposure to death, self denial; the atonement of Christ: – cross. to stand: – abide, appoint, bring, continue, covenant, establish, hold up, lay, present, set (up), stanch, stand (by, forth, still, up). Compare G5087.] crucify him: and the third day he shall rise again. Matt 20:19

What did Jesus Christ say the chief priests and the scribes were going to do to him?

The chief priests and the scribes with their power, were going take Jesus Christ, they were going to utter, and (hazard him) cause him to suffer, they were going to smite and strike him with the hand, and the palms of the hand, they were going to put (cast) him into prison, and they were going to betray him, and transmit (bring forth) him, and surrender [(give (over, up), [yield, deliver] (up)] intrust him to a race (of same habit), a tribe; a (non-Jewish) foreign one (pagan): – people, heathen, Gentile, nation. usage: – according to his custom, be custom (manner, wont).]

The Pagan Roman’s had their own customs and manners!

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G5087 τίθημι tithēmi tith’-ay-mee An extended form of a chief word θέω theō (used as an alternate in definite tenses); to place (in the broadest application, abstractly and literally; correctly in a passive [Dictionary: offered no active resistance!] or horizontal (Dictionary: flat, level) posture, different from G2476, which correctly indicates an upright and active position, while G2749 is correctly reflexive (Dictionary: Subject is same as it object.) and utterly prostrate : – conceive, commit, appoint, advise, ordain, purpose, give, put, make, bow, kneel down, sink down, lay (down, aside, up), set (forth), settle.

In the above meaning of the Greek word G5087 I see: The idea was conceived to impale Jesus Christ. It was appointed that Jesus Christ was to be impaled. Jesus Christ bowed down. Jesus Christ kneeled down. Jesus Christ sunk down. Jesus Christ laid down upon the object. The object with Jesus Christ on it was laid on its side. The object with Jesus Christ on it was set (forth, up). Jesus Christ settled (his body into some type of comfortable position) on the object.

How did Jesus Christ say the Gentiles (Romans) were going to treat him?

Jesus Christ said that the pagan, heathen, people were going to jeer at, deride, and mock him, they were going to treat him like a criminal, they were going to handle him, and squeeze (his flesh?) him, and they were going to(scourge) flog him with a Roman (whip) Flagellum, that would gnaw and chew, into his flesh,(Introduce disease into his body!] disease him, [plague? Pilate said “No Fault!” Jewish Curse? Deut 28:26..Lev 26!] and they were going to bring him, and (lay) impale (crucify) him on an (pole, post, stake, cross) instrument of capital punishment, Stanch: Worldy Dictionary: Stop flow of blood.] and they were going to as [stand ([forth]up [still]) (hold up)] [present] set upright, and (extinguish subdue his [self denial] selfishness and passion), expose him to death, as (abide, appoint, establish, continue) covenant, the atonement, and they were going to stand by him.

The truth about Jesus Christ!

I believe that the truth about Jesus Christ is not being told in Movies that are produced about Jesus Christ. The major reason that the Devil/s would withold truth about Jesus Christ and his “Life and Death” from Movies that are produced in The Devil’s world, would be to 1) Prevent sinners from believing in Jesus Christ. 2) Prevent sinners from being converted from the error of their ways, and being delivered out of their (captive) hands, and be rewarded with “Eternal Life” and, going on to, convert (deliver ohters out of their captive hands!) others to Christianity!

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