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Jesus Christ 's Last Words On The Cross And Their Bizzare Meaning


The death of Jesus on the cross turned out to be one of the most harrowing experiences that mortal flesh has ever had.


He did it to save humanity from eternal damnation and punishment. Those who believe in Jesus Christ therefore have the assurance that one day he will return to take us to the eternal life he has promised. Younger.


Instead of serving as a punishment, the death of Jesus was intended to usher in a new era of human redemption. God bless you all. Remember to pray for one another until we reach the gates of the kingdom of God.


In this publication we consider the last six words that Jesus spoke on the cross.


1. Forgive one another.


The book of Matthew 23:34 says: "Jesus implored the Father and said," Father, forgive them, for they have no idea what they are doing. "


2.There is a place in heaven for those who put their trust and faith in Jesus.


(Matthew 23:43) “Truly I tell you that you will be with me in Paradise today,” Jesus replied.


3. Bring your thoughts to God instead of others.


(Matthew 27:46; Mark 1:15) In a piercing voice Jesus called: "Eli, Eli, lema sabactani?" around three in the afternoon. (which literally translates as "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?")

4. Despair over the revelation of God's message. Thirst for the living water, which gives eternal life to everyone who believes in the promises of God.


(see also John 19:28) When Jesus realized that all had been fulfilled and the scriptures had been fulfilled, he exclaimed, "I am thirsty."


5. Do your best to complete the trip.


(See also John 19:30) It is finished, ”said Jesus after receiving the drink.

6.You have to trust God with your existence.


(Matthew 23:46) I heard Jesus say in a loud voice: "Father, in your hands [I commend my Spirit]". The moment he said that, he let out his last breath. "

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