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耶稣被钉十字架(可15:22-32;路23:33-43;约19:17-24)

32他们出来的时候,遇见一个古利奈人,名叫西门,就强迫他背耶稣的十字架。
32And as they came out, they found a man of Cyrene, Simon by name: him they compelled to bear his cross.
32 Verse 32. A man of Cyrene-him they compelled to bear his

cross.] In John, , we are told Christ himself bore

the cross, and this, it is likely, he did for a part of the way;

but, being exhausted with the scourging and other cruel usage

which he had received, he was found incapable of bearing it alone;

therefore they obliged Simon, not, I think, to bear it entirely,

but to assist Christ, by bearing a part of it. It was a constant

practice among the Romans, to oblige criminal to bear their cross

to the place of execution: insomuch that Plutarch makes use of it

as an illustration of the misery of vice. "Every kind of

wickedness produces its own particular torment, just as every

malefactor, when he is brought forth to execution, carries his own

cross." See Lardner's Credib. vol. i. p. 160.