3:11,12; Hebrews 7:27;
1:19,20; Isaiah 53rd
had Emmanuel crucified. Prophecies
about His crucifixion.
-Emmanuel came, died and rose again. He died on
the cross to save all of us.(1Corinthians
1:17,18).who could never have found
salvation on our own, because of our
egos, so it was done for us and given to us as a free gift many have
to awaken to, a gift planned since there was life:.2Timothy
1:9. But, like all gifts, some are greatly appreciated and others not
so much so; think of what gifts, perhaps at Christmas time that you have
received over the years.
-Leading up to the crucifixion was the betrayal.(John
18:5,6), the conspiracy
by the leaders of the day, even to the point of paying others to lie about
Such is the corruptness of the ordinary consciousness.
It lurks, awaiting
opportunity to act for selfish advantage.
It all began with false accusations;
then came scourging:.John
18:29-40; 15:23-25; 19th
And Emmanuel's attitude in it all?.John
-Emmanuel's last words to His disciples
at what we call 'the last supper':.John
13, 14, 15,
-Emmanuel's prayer to the Father right after His
last words to His disciples:.Matthew
26:37-39; John 17th chapter.
-The crucifixion of Emmanuel was the killing of
love, since He exemplified
all that the Great Infinite One is and that is love:.1John
4:8,16. And His resurrection
shows, you can't kill love:.1John
4:7 "Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God and every
one that loves is born of God and knows God."
-Parallel accounts in the times of Emmanuel leading
up to the last Passover and the crucifixion; a
harmony of the events as recorded in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
-Why was Emmanuel willing to be crucified?.John
10:18. He loved His Father and knew the Father loved Him:.John
10:15. All He did focused
on the Father. He trusted the Father:.Revelation
5:12 "...Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power, riches,
wisdom, strength, honour, glory and blessing."
blood was good enough.
-What reasoning was used to justify
the illegal crucifixion of Emmanuel?
Not wanting to seem to others as the idiots they
were and lacking a sincere open-minded
attitude to carefully consider and evaluate what Emmanuel was telling them,
the religious elite trumped
up charges against the one they wanted to get rid of:.Matthew
21:15; 22:15; 26:59,60;
Basically their reasoning involved trying to catch
him at what he said.(Luke
22:66-71; John 19:6,7).and
stopping his popularity, as they viewed him as a competitor: