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Liberty University [email protected] University The Second Person File Theological Studies 2-2018 The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ (Part 2) Harold Willmington Liberty University , [email protected] Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Biblical Studies Commons , Christianity Commons , and the Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion Commons This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Theological Studies at [email protected] University. It has been accepted for inclusion in The Second Person File by an authorized administrator of [email protected] University. For more information, please contact [email protected] . Recommended Citation Willmington, Harold, "The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ (Part 2)" (2018). The Second Person File . 159.
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1 THE CRUCIFIXION OF JESUS CHRIST FRIDAY-SATURDAY THE OUTLINE It would begin shortly before 9:00 a.m. Friday and end sometime Saturday afternoon. A. The journey of Jesus to Golgotha (Mt. 27:31-34; Mk. 15:20-23; Lk. 23:26-33a; Jn. 19:17) 1. The soldiers compel a man from Cyrene by the name of Simon to carry the cross (Mt. 27:32; Mk. 15:21). 2. Jesus is followed by a large company of women who were weeping over His impending death (Lk. 23:27). 3. He responds by asking them not to sorrow over Him but rather save their tears to lament the future destruction of the city of Jerusalem (Lk. 23:28-31). B. At the foot of the cross (Mt. 27:34; Mk. 15:23) 1. He is offered vinegar, mingled with gall, meant to help ease the terrible agony which awaited Him, but refused to drink it. 2. He is crucified along with two other condemned men (Lk. 23:33; Mt. 27:28; Jn. 19:18). 3. The chief Jewish rulers, soldiers, and at first, both thieves cruelly mock Him (Mt. 27:39-44; Lk. 23:35-38; Mk. 15:29-31). 4. His garments and special robe are gambled for by the soldiers (Jn. 19:23, 24; Mt. 27:35; Mk. 15:24). 5. Pilate prepared a sign and had it placed atop the cross which read: “THIS IS JESUS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWS” (Mt. 27:37; Mk. 15:26; Jn. 19:18 -24). 6. Jesus’ only followers at the cross were His mother, His mother’s sister, the wife of Clopas, Mary Magdalene, and the Apostle John (Jn. 19:25-27). C. His comments on the cross and subsequent death (Mt. 27:33-61; Mk. 15:24-27; Lk. 23:33- 56; Jn. 19:16-42) 1. His first three hours on the cross: From 9:00 a.m. to noon (Mt. 27:35-44; Mk. 15:24-32; Lk. 23:33b-43; Jn. 19:18-27). a. The vicious mocking is intensified (Mt. 27:39-44): “Oh yes, you were the one who was going to destroy the temple and rebuild it!” “You claimed to be the Son of God! Well, come down from the cross and prove it!”
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2 “You saved others, but apparently you can’t even save yourself!” “Face it, God has forsaken you!” b. Jesus utters His first statement: “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do” (Lk 23:24).
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