This Sunday, we will be continuing on with the final 24-hour period of Jesus’ life, leading up to His death by way of crucifixion. Jesus has already been arrested, tried by Annas, and Caiaphas, along with being beaten, mocked, and being charged with the death penalty. While this has all been taking place, Peter has been in the courtyard outside Jesus’ trial, and has just finished denying any association with Jesus, to those have questioned him. Which brings us right up to this week’s passage, which is where we are given the account of Jesus standing trial before Pilate, the Roman governor. Feel free to read ahead, and notice what the passage tells us about Pilate.