7 Final Sayings of Jesus on the Cross
All through this Lenten season, Christians about the globe are focusing on the present of Salvation. Remembering the agony knowledgeable by Jesus in His death on the Cross, crucified by Roman soldiers is so profound, is not it? In the final hours of His earthly time, as Jesus hung on the Cross, He produced seven statements – every single teaching us additional about Jesus and His character. These are from 4 Gospel accounts, and are identified as Jesus’ “seven final sayings.” Let’s invest some time these days reading (and listening) to these 7 final sayings that Jesus spoke from the Cross.
>> Listen to a sample clip of the extremely effective audio of Jesus’ crucifixion and His final words from the Cross, narrated by Blair Underwood as Jesus:
Jesus’ 7 Final Sayings in Scripture
“Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” — Luke 23:34
“Today shalt thou be with Me in paradise.” — Luke 23:43
“Woman, behold thy Son.” — John 19:26
“My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?” — Mark 15:34
“I thirst.” — John 19:28
“It is completed.” — John 19:30
“Father, into Thy hands I commend My spirit.” — Luke 23:46
If you haven’t study the full story of the crucifixion not too long ago, this is a excellent season to revisit it.
You can also hear these final 7 final sayings of Jesus in this extremely moving video with Blair from the Comprehensive Audio Bible Encounter.
Watch: Jesus’ Crucifixion, performed by Blair Underwood as Jesus
What do Jesus’ seven final sayings from the Cross imply to you? Leave a comment beneath and share your thoughts with us. Let’s lean forward and study the complete Gospel accounts of the story:
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Great Friday is a day of remembrance and reflection that our flesh cannot possibly comprehend. Our holy God hung on a human torture and execution tool. On that day He was nevertheless totally God and however He was also totally human… so His words of forgiveness, guarantee, protection, provision, agony, human have to have, completion, and consecration are that substantially additional profound. Which of Jesus’ final statements moves you the most? Is it His forgiveness of the repentant criminal? His have to have? His suffering? Come share with us on our weblog, as we reflect on Jesus’ final words on the cross.
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