THE CROSS OF CHRIST PDF

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The Cross of Christ. The Message of the Cross. The apostle Paul wrote to the church at Corinth: Jews demand miraculous signs, and Greeks. Christ Crucified. “For the message about the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God. For Jews. The cross of Jesus Christ should be very important to you, not as a piece of wood fastened in a church building or as the crucifixes in purses of superstitious.

How she must have felt meeting her Son as he carried the Cross on the Via Dolorosa.

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And then she had to watch him being nailed to the Cross. Once again, a sword pierces Mary's soul: we are reminded of the prophecy of Simeon at the Presentation of the infant Jesus in the Temple Luke The loved ones of Jesus are with Him in John's Gospel. There are four at the foot of the cross, Mary his Mother, John, the disciple whom he loved, his mother's sister Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene.

He addresses his third word to his mother Mary and John, the only eye-witness of the Gospel writers. Jesus again rises above the occasion as he cares for the ones that love him. The good son that He is, Jesus is concerned about looking after his mother.

Joseph was noticeably absent. Joseph was not present at family occasions like the Wedding Feast of Cana and had probably died before the public ministry of Jesus, or else he would have been the one to take care of Mary following the Passion of Our Lord.

In fact, this passage indicates that Jesus was the only child of Mary, because if he did have natural brothers or sisters, they would have provided for her. But Jesus looks to John to care for her. Another striking phrase indicating Jesus of Nazareth was an only child is Mark , referring to Jesus: "Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, and the brother of James and Joses and Judas and Simon, and are not his sisters here with us?

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Now if James, Joses and Judas and Simon were also natural sons of Mary, Jesus would not have been called the "son of Mary," but rather "one of the sons of Mary. Both Gospels related that it was in the ninth hour, after 3 hours of darkness, that Jesus cried out this fourth word.

The ninth hour was three o'clock in Judea. After the fourth Word, Mark related with a horrible sense of finality, "And Jesus uttered a loud cry, and breathed his last" Mark One is struck by the anguished tone of this expression in contrast to the first three words of Jesus.

He feels separated from his Father. This cry is from the painful heart of the human Jesus who must feel deserted by His Father and the Holy Spirit, not to mention his earthly companions the disciples, who "all left him and fled" Matthew , Mark As if to emphasize his loneliness, Mark even has his loved ones "looking on from afar.

But is not this exactly what happens to all of us when we die? We too are all alone at the time of death! Jesus completely lives the human experience as we do, and by doing so, frees us from the clutches of sin.

His fourth Word is the opening line of Psalm 22, and thus his cry from the Cross recalls the cry of Israel, and of all innocent persons who suffer. Psalm 22 of David makes a striking prophecy of the crucifixion of the Messiah at a time when crucifixion was not known to exist: "They have pierced my hands and my feet, they have numbered all my bones" The Psalm continues: "They divide my garments among them, and for my vesture they cast lots" There can not be a more dreadful moment in the history of man as this moment.

Jesus who came to save us is crucified, and He realizes the horror of what is happening and what He now is enduring. He is about to be engulfed in the raging sea of sin. Evil triumphs, as Jesus admits: "But this is your hour" Luke But it is only for a moment. The burden of all the sins of humanity for a moment overwhelm the humanity of our Savior.

But does this not have to happen? Does this not have to occur if Jesus is to save us? It is in defeat of his humanity that the Divine plan of His Father will be completed. It is by His death that we are redeemed. There is also one mediator between God and the human race, Christ Jesus, himself human, who gave himself as ransom for all" I Timothy By his wounds you have been healed. Jesus is now in shock. The wounds inflicted upon him in the scourging, the crowning with thorns, losing blood on the three-hour walk through the city of Jerusalem on the Via Dolorosa to Golgotha, and the nailing upon the cross are now taking their toll.

The Gospel of John first refers to thirst when Jesus meets the Samaritan woman at the well.

The water that I will give will become in them a spring of water gushing up to eternal life" John This passage implies there is more than just physical thirst. Jesus also thirsts in a spiritual sense. He thirsts for love.

He thirsts for the love of his Father, who has left him unaided during this dreadful hour when He must fulfill his mission all alone.

And he thirsts for the love and salvation of his people, the human race. Jesus practiced what he preached: "This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no man than this, That he lay down his life for his friends. The soldiers offered wine on a sprig of hyssop to the Lord.

Hyssop is a small plant that was used to sprinkle the blood of the Passover Lamb on the doorposts of the Hebrews Exodus John's Gospel related that it was the Day of Preparation, the day before the actual Sabbath Passover, that Jesus was sentenced to death and sacrificed on the Cross John continues in "But when they came to Jesus and saw he was already dead, they did not break his legs," recalling the instruction in Exodus concerning the Passover Lamb.

He died at the ninth hour three o'clock in the afternoon , about the same time as the Passover lambs were slaughtered in the Temple. Christ became the Paschal or Passover Lamb, as noted by St. The innocent Lamb was slain for our sins, so that we might be forgiven. It is now a fait accomplit. Whereas Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus after his death on the cross. Jesus Christ died on a wooden cross in the month Nisan in A.

The Cross of Christ

Likewise, our yearly. Understanding Christ's life and ministry is foundational to understanding our life and.

The Sayings of Jesus on the cross also called the Seven Last Words from the Cross are seven expressions biblically attributed to Jesus during his crucifixion. Traditionally, the brief sayings have been called "words".

They are gathered from the four Canonical Gospels. Three of the sayings appear only in the Gospel of Luke and three only in the Gospel of John. Mar 10, These circumstances give us a clear picture of the substitutionary nature of Christ's work on the cross. The innocent Jesus substituted himself. Jesus' blood, shed on the cross, would also have fallen to the ground; it too cried out to.

It focuses on the meaning and purpose of Christ's death: atonement. Every Jew would have an understanding of blood, based on the teaching he or. Just looking at the etymology, "Christian" means, "like Christ. Through His sacrifice, all those who believe in Him are able. Jesus Christ, also known as the Stations of the Cross. Whereas Moltmann. Illustrated by.

Our faith is based on firm historical. Jesus was then forced to carry a six-foot cross beam until he. Are they fact or fiction and, if fiction, what is. Jan 31, Why did Jesus Christ suffer and die?. Jesus Came to Die, this tract explores 10 things that Jesus accomplished through his death on the cross.

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We speak so lightly of the Cross today, and have become so accustomed. Christianity is peaceful and Islam violent.

Roman cross, abandoned for a time even by His Father, Jesus Christ. Himself, in. You have. With the possible exception of the thief on the cross Luke , there is no record of. Jesus of Nazareth, also known as Jesus Christ, is one the most fascinating and enigmatic figures in history.At the height of his physical suffering, his love prevails and He asks His Father to forgive!

He teaches forgiveness in the Lord's prayer: "Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us" Matthew One should not miss the double entendre here, for this may also be interpreted as His death brought forth the Holy Spirit. Whereas Moltmann.

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