For us, Jesus was crucified, he was the sacrificial lamb who was sent to die in our place because of our sins. A lot of things happened while Jesus was dying. There was darkness after the temple curtain tore in two. It was all he needed to prove how powerful he was. Jesus was charged with blasphemy, a charge that carries the death penalty.
When Jesus was judged, he was brought before three people. Pontius Pilate was in charge, with the high priest and Herod assisting him. Pilate got a sign, wrote the letters INRI on it, and put it on Jesus' head when he was crucified.
INRI stands for Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum and is a Latin abbreviation for Jesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum. In English, this translates to “Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews”. This is the kind of person that Jesus was. This was finally confirmed when strange events occurred during his death. After three days, he conquered death and rose from the dead.
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