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MARK 14:66–14:72 ©

Peter disowns Yeshua

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14:66 Peter disowns Yeshua

(Jn 18:15-18, Mat. 26:69-75, Luke 22:56-62)

66Meanwhile, Peter was down in the courtyard when one of the chief priest’s servant girl came out, 67and seeing Peter warming himself, she looked more closely and said, “Hey, you were with that Yeshua from Nazareth!”

68But he denied it, “I don’t know him and I don’t know why you think I would!” And he moved away from the fire.

69But the girl that had seen him said to some of the others standing around, “That guy’s one of them.”

70But again Peter denied it.

A little while later, some of those standing there said, “You must be one of them because you’re from Galilee.”

71Now Peter started swearing and cursing and said, “I’ve never even met that fellow that you’re all talking about!”

72And right then the rooster crowed for the second time. Peter remembered now what Yeshua had told him—how he would renounce Yeshua three times before the rooster crows—and he broke down and cried.

66And the Petros being below in the courtyard, one of_the servant_girls of_the chief_priest is_coming, 67and having_seen the Petros warming himself, having_focused_in to_him she_is_saying:
You also were with Yaʸsous the the Nazaraʸnos.
68But he disowned it saying:
I_have_ neither _known, nor I_am_understanding you what are_saying.
And he_came_out out into the forecourt.
69And the servant_girl having_seen him, began again to_be_saying to_the ones having_stood_by, that He is of them.
70But again he was_disowning  him.
And after a_little, again the ones having_stood_by were_saying to_ the _Petros:
Truly you_are from them, because/for you_are also a_Galilaios, 71but he began to_be_cursing and to_be_swearing, that I_have_ not _known the this man, whom you_all_are_speaking.
72And immediately for the_second time a_rooster crowed.
And the Petros was_reminded the message as the Yaʸsous/(Yəhōshūˊa) said to_him, that Before the_rooster to_crow three-times you_will_be_renouncing me, and having_broken_down, he_was_weeping.

MARK 14:66–14:72 ©

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