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ATTITUDES AT THE CRUCIFIXION. John 19:17-22, 25-30. Our View of Jesus. This is the saddest scene in History. Mankind’s treatment of our maker. More involved here than just a death. Millions look back to it as the turning point in their life. How do you see it?. Antipathy -.

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Attitudes at the crucifixion

ATTITUDES AT THE CRUCIFIXION

John 19:17-22, 25-30


Our view of jesus

Our View of Jesus

  • This is the saddest scene in History. Mankind’s treatment of our maker.

  • More involved here than just a death.

  • Millions look back to it as the turning point in their life.

  • How do you see it?


Antipathy

Antipathy -

  • “A strong, deep rooted dislike.” Anti-pathos.

  • Anything to hurt Him more. Gloating over their innocent victim.

  • Taunting Him as He hangs on the cross.

  • Obadiah 11-14; Judges 5:23; Psa. 137:7; Proverbs 17:5

  • Did any of these ever play the, “How could I” scene?


Apathy

Apathy -

  • Didn’t hate. Didn’t care enough one way or the other.

  • The centurion & soldiers. Hardened and fatalistic. “One day it’ll be my turn to die.”

  • The two thieves. Didn’t sympathize.

  • Some came by chance – Simon of Cyrene.

  • Some by curiosity – there’s always a morbid crowd at a disaster.


Sympathy

Sympathy –

  • To feel along with.

  • Mary and the other women.

  • John, who overcame the fear and guilt of the garden.

  • Father and Holy Spirit.

  • Would we have been in this group? Courage and love were required.


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