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Unformatted text preview: followers visited the tomb and they found the stone rolled away
from the sepulcher. They entered but did not find the body of Jesus inside the tomb. Puzzled
about it, two men in shining garments suddenly appear before them and said “He is not here, but
risen. The Son of Man must be delivered into the hands of the sinful men and be crucified and
the third day risen again” (John 24:1-7).
The life of Jesus prophesied long before he was born. He was destined to deliver a very
important message from the Lord thy God to the people of Israel and to the rest of humanity
through his disciples. He never tried to save himself and let the scripture written about him be
fulfilled. His crucifixion is a symbol of faith and salvation. It is a representation of unwavering
faith to God in the hour of death and the good news of deliverance. It is the part of the greatest
story ever told where a man gave his own life so that others maybe delivered from sin. The
crucifixion also reminds us of man’s brutality against his brother and the...
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2013 for the course REA 101 taught by Professor Thomson during the Spring '13 term at RMU.
- Spring '13