La Crucifixión de Jesús The Crucifixion of Jesus Jesús entregado para ser crucificado : Mat. 27:26, “Entonces les soltó a Barrabás; y habiendo azotado a Jesús, le entregó para ser crucificado”.
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Crown of thorns, mocked: Matt. 27:29, “When they had twisted a crown of thorns, they put it on His head, and a reed in His right hand. And they bowed the knee before Him and mocked Him, saying, ‘Hail, King of the Jews!’"
Crucified between two criminals: Jn. 19:17, “And He, bearing His cross, went out to a place called the Place of a Skull, which is called in Hebrew, Golgotha, 18 where they crucified Him, and two others with Him, one on either side, and Jesus in the center.”
Simon of Cyrene compelled to carry cross: Mt. 27:32, “Now as they came out, they found a man of Cyrene, Simon by name. Him they compelled to bear His cross.”
No lloréis por mí, sino por vosotras mismas: Luc. 23:27, “Y le seguía gran multitud del pueblo, y de mujeres que lloraban y hacían lamentación por él. 28 Pero Jesús, vuelto hacia ellas, les dijo: Hijas de Jerusalén, no lloréis por mí, sino llorad por vosotras mismas y por vuestros hijos”.
Lk. 23:27, And a great multitude of the people followed Him, and women who also mourned and lamented Him. But Jesus, turning to them, said, "Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for Me, but weep for yourselves and for your children.”
Jesus predicts destruction of Jerusalem: Lk. 23:29, "For indeed the days are coming in which they will say, 'Blessed are the barren, wombs that never bore, and breasts which never nursed!’” V. 30, “Cover us.”
Fulfilled the Scripture several times:Lk. 23:33, “And when they had come to the place called Calvary, there they crucified Him, and the criminals, one on the right hand and the other on the left.” Mk. 15:28.
The crucifixion of Jesus: Review: Delivered, stripped of clothing, scarlet robe, carried His cross, “don’t weep for me,” between two criminals, without anesthesia, gambled for His clothes … Everything fulfilled Scripture.
Saved others, couldn’t save himself: Lk. 23:35, “And the people stood looking on. But even the rulers with them sneered, saying, ‘He saved others; let Him save Himself if He is the Christ, the chosen of God.’” Repeated, v. 37, 39; Matt. 27:41-43.
The thief on the cross: Lk. 23:39-43, one of the thieves repented. Jesus told him, “Today you will be with me in Paradise.” He is not an example of conversion for us. We imitate the cases of conversion in Acts of the Apostles.
John to care for Mary: Jn. 19:25 Mary was near the cross. Behold your son (John). Behold your mother, he received her in his house (his brothers didn’t believe on him, Jn. 7:5; later they did, Acts 1:14; Gal. 1:19).
Darkness over the land for three hours: Lk. 23:44, “Now it was about the sixth hour (noon), and there was darkness over all the earth until the ninth hour (3:00 p.m.)” Dark-ness accompanies divine judgment.
My God, why have you forsaken me? Mt. 27:46, Quoting prophecy, Ps 22:1. Doesn’t say that God turned his back on him “because he was full of sin.” 2 Cor. 5:21, he became the sacrifice for sin. He accepted the punishment for sin, not the guilt.
Hymn # 15, 3rd stanza, last line, “When the divine face withdrew from you”; last stanza, 2nd line, “In that same instant in which God left you.” The Bible does not say this. It does not say that God literally abandoned Jesus.
God abandons those who abandon Him, 1 Chron. 28:9. Jn. 16:32, “you will leave me alone. And yet I am not alone, because the Father is with me.” Lk 23:34, “Father, forgive them”; 46, “in your hands I commend my spirit.”
He was expressing an unutterable, indes-cribable agony, an agony beyond our com-prehension, but God did not turn His back on Jesus, He did not abandon Him, He did not depart from Him, leaving Him to suffer alone on the cross. Jn. 8:29.
I thirst. Jn. 19:28, “Jesus, knowing that all things were now accomplished, that the Scripture might be fulfilled, said, "I thirst!” because of the inflammation of the wounds. Wounded soldiers say: thirst worse than wounds.
It is finished: Jn. 19:30, “So when Jesus had received the sour wine, He said, "It is finished!” Corresponds to Matt 27:50, “cried out with a loud voice.” Language of triumph Jn. 12:32; Gen. 3:15; Heb. 2:14,15.
Delivered up His spirit. Jn. 19:30, “And bowing His head, He gave up His spirit.” Jn 10:17, 18 “I lay down my life.” Now there would be no more scourgings, being spat upon, stripped … there would be no crown of thorns, mockery. It was finished!
Into your hands I commend my spirit: Lk. 23:46, “Father, into your hands I commend my spirit. And having said this, he breathed his last.” Does not say “my human spirit.” To be a man He only needed a body, Heb. 10:4, 5.
Truly He was the Son of God: Mt. 27:54, “So when the centurion and those with him, who were guarding Jesus, saw the earthquake and the things that had happened, they feared greatly, saying, "Truly this was the Son of God!"
The veil of the temple was torn in two; Mt. 27:51, “Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split, and the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised.”
He opened the way to heaven (Most Holy Place). Heb. 10:20, “new and living way that He consecrated for us, through the veil, that is, His flesh.” Jn. 14:6, “I am the way, the truth and the life; no one comes to the Father but by me.”
Lk 23:49 “But all His acquaintances and the women who followed Him from Galilee, (ministering unto Him, Mt 27:55) stood at a distance, watching these things.” Last to leave the cross, first to come to empty tomb
Jesus was already dead. Jn. 19:33 “But when they came to Jesus and saw that He was already dead, they did not break His legs. 34 But one of the soldiers pierced His side with a spear, and immediately blood and water came out.”Only fainted?
John was a witness of the death of Jesus. Jn. 19:35, “And he who has seen has testified.” This is very important: Christ died for us. It is not possible to refute the eye-witness testimony of the apostle John.
Very significant. Apostles not in charge of body; very respected Jews were. Would not have buried a man alive (fainted). Pilate surprised that Jesus was dead, Mk 15:44; asked the centurion; he confirmed that Jesus was dead.
Why study about the tomb? In order to confirm the resurrection of Jesus (1 Cor. 15:1-4; 12-19). Each detail programmed by God, very important to erase all doubt. Rom. 4:24, 25, raised for our justification.
Which he had hewn out of the rock. Matt 27:60. Not like cave (Gen. 50:13), where several buried. In some caves there are tunnels (would have been possible to secretly remove the body). None of this in a new tomb carved out of rock.
Secure with a guard. Mt 27:62-65, Jesus had said, “After three days I will rise. Command that the tomb be made secure. You have (imperative) a (Roman) guard; go your way, make it as secure as you know how."
Lest the disciples rob the body. Mt. 27:64, “lest His disciples come by night and steal Him away, and say to the people, 'He has risen from the dead.’” Didn’t make sense but it confirmed the resurrection.
Sealing the stone. Mt. 27:65. The apostles who fled (Mk. 14:50) would dare to resist the roman soldiers, break the official seal and remove the wheel of stone? (Or do all this without awakening the soldiers?) To believe this harder than believing the truth.