As they were going out, they found Simon, a man from Cyrene. They forced him to carry his cross.
When they came to a place called Golgotha, which means Skull Place,
they gave Jesus wine mixed with vinegar to drink. But after tasting it, he didn't want to drink it.
After they crucified him, they divided up his clothes among them by drawing lots.
They sat there, guarding him.
They placed above his head the charge against him. It read, "This is Jesus, the king of the Jews."
They crucified with him two outlaws, one on his right side and one on his left.
Those who were walking by insulted Jesus, shaking their heads
and saying, "So you were going to destroy the temple and rebuild it in three days, were you? Save yourself! If you are God's Son, come down from the cross."
In the same way, the chief priests, along with the legal experts and the elders, were making fun of him, saying,
"He saved others, but he can't save himself. He's the king of Israel, so let him come down from the cross now. Then we'll believe in him.
He trusts in God, so let God deliver him now if he wants to. He said, ‘I'm God's Son.'"
The outlaws who were crucified with him insulted him in the same way.