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PetriFB

What did really happen to Jesus on the cross?

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The majority of people here on earth have heard about the Crucifixion and death of the Lord Jesus Messiah, but only a minority of all the people here on earth have understood what the crucifixion and death of the Lord Jesus Messiah means. For many, the Crucifixion and death of the Lord Jesus Messiah is just a story among other stories.

When we study the suffering, crucifixion and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Messiah, we see the largest and most significant salvation throughout the entire history of the world, and an event through which we can receive eternal salvation through faith in the Lord Jesus Messiah. You have the opportunity to have your sins forgiven and receive a new, eternal life in the Lord Jesus Messiah.

Through the suffering and love of the Lord Jesus Messiah, the beauty of Biblical salvation and the significance of the death of the Lord Jesus Messiah on the cross can open up to you in a new way, which can lead you into salvation through faith in the Lord Jesus Messiah.

Contents:

Drops of blood

Judas the deceiver

Before the Sanhedrin

Pilate and Herod

Again before Pilate

Whipping

The crown of thorns

Carrying the cross

Crucifixion

The whole article is on the site: http://www.kotipetripaavola.com/crucifixionofJesus.html

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That's an interesting list, or breakdown of happenings, PetriFB. It leaves out some important details, such as Jesus' conversation with his mother and the beloved disciple, the role of the soldier-executioners, evidence of Jesus' self-consciousness while on the cross, his interaction with the crucified thieves, etc.

Most Christians have their traditional breakdown of that day (Roman Catholic stations of the cross; many denominations' emphasis on the 7 last words or sayings from the cross).

Although I appreciate your zeal, I think many--if not most--active Christians have a good grasp of the events re-lived annually from Maundy (Holy) Thursday through the Day of Resurrection (Easter morn). UM is not much conducive to Gospel outreach, but one never knows.

(PS-One of my very rewarding experiences was sharing the Good News with and within an immigrant Finnish congregation in Los Angeles, 1981)

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What did he do on the cross?

Well he died. Like just about everyone who was crucified.

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What did he do on the cross?

Well he died. Like just about everyone who was crucified.

I thought he sang?

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The religion that came later and recognizes Jesus as one of the four great prophets is islam and it says that he is taken to the sky alive. It is even claimed that god tricked the people who spied on jesus and tricked them and somebody else is crucified instead of jesus

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I think Jesus really thought he was the son of god. And that's why he had the emotional breakdown when he realised he was actually going to die up there.

"Why have you forsaken me?"

"Because you're not my son, Mary made cuckolds of me and Joseph."

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