It was to be the most defining day in Pilate's life - the day that he had to make a choice. An unusual "criminal" stood before him. A prisoner whom he declared completely innocent. But in front of an angry mob an easy verdict turned into the greatest travesty of justice ever perpetrated. What were the factors that would enter into this catastrophic choice? And how many similar choices will be made here and now in our day as individuals will hear the gospel and tragically decide to place something else ahead of Christ. So, remember Pilate's choice, and don't make the same mistake that he did.