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  • verb Present participle of crucify.

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Examples

  • It is impossible to bring them back to repent again, because they are again crucifying the Son of God and exposing him to public shame.

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  • Jesus, on the cross, pleaded only for those who KNEW NOT what they were doing in crucifying

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  • With what divine skill does the apostle, founding on resistless facts, here drive home to the conscience of his auditors their guilt in crucifying the Lord of

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  • They declare that they approve of what the Jews did in crucifying Christ, and that they would be glad to do the same thing again if it were in their power.

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  • The clothes of those that are executed are the executioner's fee: four soldiers were employed in crucifying Christ, and they must each of them have a share: his upper garment, if it were divided, would be of no use to any of them, and therefore they agreed to cast lots for it.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

  • Thou couldst take me by the head, as thou didst Habbakuk, and carry me so; by a chariot, as thou didst Elijah, [24] and carry me so; but thou carriest me thine own private way, the way by which thou carriedst thy Son, who first lay upon the earth and prayed, and then had his exaltation, as himself calls his crucifying; and first descended into hell, and then had his ascension.

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  • Cicero, who declaimed so vehemently at the notion of crucifying a Roman citizen, had not a word to say against these horrible abuses of victory.

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  • Cicero, who declaimed so vehemently at the notion of crucifying a Roman citizen, had not a word to say against these horrible abuses of victory.

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  • Repentance is called crucifying the flesh (Gal. 5: 24), which is not done on a sudden, but leisurely; it will be doing all our life.

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  • There is perfect joy in controling ourselves disciplining our flesh and 'crucifying' it and in understanding that God is taking care of us - punishing us, lovingly, for our sins and directing us in what is right.

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