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“we would see jesus ”. Maritime Camp Meeting July 7-August 2, 2014 Jerry Finneman. Yesterday we saw Jesus as our righteousness. Christ is our righteousness. 0. +?. Righteousness/ justification is not a formula. It is a Person. A Review.

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we would see jesus

“we would see jesus”

Maritime Camp Meeting

July 7-August 2, 2014

Jerry Finneman

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“One interest will prevail, one subject will swallow up every other,--Christ our righteousness.”

RH Dec 23, 1890

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“In the last paragraph of the article from which the “One interest will prevail…” 

lift up jesus
Lift Up Jesus

“If the Holy Spirit dwells in us, our work will testify to the fact, we shalllift up Jesus. Not one can afford to be silent now; the burden of the work

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Lift Up Jesus

is to present Christ to the world.”

RH Dec 23, 1890

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“If you would stand through the time of trouble, you must know Christ, and appropriate the gift of His righteousness, which He imputes to the repentant sinner.”

RH Nov 22, 1892

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Why the Devil Hates RBF
  • “The thought that the righteousness of Christ is imputed to us, not because of any merit on our part, but as a
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Why the Devil Hates RBF

free gift from God, is a precious thought. The enemy of God and man is not willing that this truth should be clearly

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Why the Devil Hates RBF

presented; for he knows that if the people re-ceive it fully, his power will be broken. If he can control minds so that

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Why the Devil Hates RBF

doubt and unbelief and darkness shall com-pose the experience of those who claim to be the children of God,

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Why the Devil Hates RBF

he can overcome them with temptation. That simple faith which takes God at His word should be encouraged.

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Why the Devil Hates RBF

God's people must have that faith which will lay hold of divine power; ‘for by grace are ye saved through

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Why the Devil Hates RBF

faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God.’ [Ephesians 2:8.] Those who be-lieve that God for

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Why the Devil Hates RBF

Christ's sake has for-given their sins, should not, through tempta-tion, fail to press on to fight the good fight of

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Why the Devil Hates RBF

faith. Their faith should grow stronger until their Christian life, as well as their words, shall declare,

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Why the Devil Hates RBF

‘The blood of Jesus Christ . . . cleanseth us from all sin.’ [1 John 1:7.]

GW 161

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Message

Encouragement

Hope

Gospel

Warning

Argument

Doctrine

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doctrine, our warning to the impenitent, our encouragement for the sorrowing, the hope of every believer....
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“The sacrifice of Christ as an atonement for sin is the great truth around which all other truths cluster.”

GW 315

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Theme of Every Discourse
  • “I present before you the great, grand monu-ment of mercy and re-generation, salvation and redemption--the Son of God uplifted on
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Theme of Every Discourse

theCrossof Calvary. This is to be the theme of every discourse. Christ declares, “And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me.” (MS 70, 1901, 5BC 1137)

today
Today

We will see Jesus…

we will see jesus
We will see Jesus:
  • identified with fallen humanity.
  • with our guilt, suffering for us.
  • suffering with us.
  • suffering as us.
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We will see Jesus:
  • in condemnation.
  • in fear.
  • in conflict (emotions and will).
  • in discouragement.
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We will see Jesus:
  • in despondency.
  • in depression.
  • in despair.
  • in physical and mental and emotional convulsions.
the golden faith
The Golden Faith
  • Rev 3:18. Refined by fire.
  • 1 Pet 1:6-7. Tried in the fire.
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The Golden Faith

“Wherein ye greatly rejoice, though now for a season, if need be, ye are in heavi-ness through manifold temptations:

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The Golden Faith

that the trial of your faith, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with

the golden faith3
The Golden Faith

fire, might be found unto praise and honour and glory at the ap-pearing of Jesus Christ.”

1 Pet 1:6-7

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Gethsemane
  • “He began to be deeply distressed and troubled.”

Mark 14:33, NIV

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Gethsemane
  • The verb translated “deeply distressed” (NIV) “deeply disturb-ed” (NKJV) designates a highly emotional
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Gethsemane

condition of deep sor-row caused by some-thing perplexing and overwhelming.

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Gethsemane
  • The experience is often accompanied by fear, even terror and trembling.
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Gethsemane
  • Matthew uses another verb translated “overwhelmed by sorrow” to designate a high level of emotional distress, sadness, and anxiety.

Matt 26:38

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Gethsemane
  • In Mark 14:33, the word “troubled” ex-presses more clearly anxiety, distress, and horror.
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Gethsemane
  • The emotional condition of Jesus was reaching new and unknown depths of discomfort and upheaval.
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Gethsemane
  • The peace that character-ized Jesus appeared to be waning; fear, tremble-ing, and anxiety were taking over instead.
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Gethsemane
  • Notice what Mark says: that Jesus “began” to feel that way as He entered into the Garden of Gethsemane.
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Gethsemane
  • This emotional turmoil was going to get much worse.
  • Notice, further, the way Jesus Himself described His condition to the disciples:
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Gethsemane
  • “My soul is exceeding-ly sorrowful, even to death” (Mark 14:34, NKJV).
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Gethsemane
  • “My soul is over-whelmed with sorrow to the point of death” (NIV).
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Gethsemane
  • Although no specific reason is given for the emotional state of Jesus at this time, through the light
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Gethsemane

of the New Testament, we can conclude that this was the result of bearing the world’s sin.

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Gethsemane
  • Although Jesus never committed a sin, He was “made to be sin for us…”
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Gethsemane

…“that we might be made the righteous-ness of God in Him”

2 Cor 5:21

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Gethsemane
  • Jesus bore the sin of the world from the time of His baptism to the cross. See John 1:29; 1 Pet 2:24.
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Gethsemane
  • Jesus “bore our sins in His own body on the tree.”

1 Pet 2:24

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Gethsemane
  • Jesus “bore our sins in His own body TO the tree” (KJV marg-inal reading).
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Gethsemane
  • The expression “over-whelmed with sorrow” (Matt 26:38), in the original language, usually designates
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Gethsemane

a sorrow or affliction that is measureless in intensity and depth.

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Gethsemane
  • The intensity of His sorrow was bringing Jesus to the borders of “the second death.”
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Gethsemane
  • Jesus was already starting to suffer the fate that should have been ours.
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Gethsemane
  • It was in Gethsemane that Jesus began to taste death for us (Heb 2:9).
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Heb 2:9

As God: above all law

He was made to be under the condemnation of the law

Tasted death for everyone

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Depression and Despair of Jesus

Mark 14:33 (first verb)“greatly amazed”

“to throw into terror or amazement”

“to alarm thoroughly, to terrify”

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Depression and Despair of Jesus

Mark 14:33 (first verb)“greatly amazed”

“to be struck with terror”

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Depression and Despair of Jesus
  • Mark 14:33 (second verb)
  • “to be very heavy” or “to be full of heaviness”
  • “to be troubled, great distress or anguish, depressed.”
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Depression and Despair of Jesus
  • This is the strongest of the three Greek words in the New Testament for depression.
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Depression and Despair of Jesus

Matt 26:37 “to be sorrowful” (2nd next strongest of the words used for depression)

  • “to grieve” “make sorry”
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Depression and Despair of Jesus

Matt 26:37 “to be sorrowful”

“be sorry” “sorrow” “cause grief” and “to be in heaviness.”

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Depression and Despair of Jesus
  • “to affect with sadness, cause grief, to throw into sorrow.”
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Depression and Despair of Jesus
  • Matt 26:37 “troubled” Same as in Mk 14:33.
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Depression and Despair of Jesus
  • Matt 26:38
  • “exceeding sorrowful” : “very sorrowful or very sad” “heaviness” and “grief.”
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Depression and Despair of Jesus
  • “to be overcome with sorrow so much as to cause one’s death”
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Depression and Despair of Jesus
  • The basis of our salva-tion was the depression and despair and the death of Jesus.
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Jesus and Depression
  • “Christ's agony did not cease, but His depress-sionand discourage-mentleft Him. The storm had in nowise
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Jesus and Depression

abated, but He who was its object was strengthened to meet its fury. He came forth calm and serene. A

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Jesus and Depression

heavenly peace rested upon His bloodstained face. He had borne that which no human being could ever bear;

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Jesus and Depression

for He had tasted the sufferings of death for every man.”

DA 694

equivalent of o ur debt
Equivalent of Our Debt

“By dying in our behalf, he gave an equivalent for our debt. Thus he removed from God all charge of lessening the

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Equivalent of Our Debt

guilt of sin. By virtue of my oneness with the Father, he says, my suffering and death enable me to pay the

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Equivalent of Our Debt

penalty of sin. By my death a restraint is removed from his love. His grace can act with unbounded efficiency.” YI, Dec 16, 1897

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Luke 24:44

“… all things must be fulfilled which were written in … the Psalms concerning Me.”

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Four Last Words

The last four sayings of Jesus were taken from the Psalms:

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Matt 27:46 ForsakenFulfilledThe WordFrom

Psa 22:1

Psa 69:21

Psa 22:31

Psa 31:5

Matt 27:34,48Thirst

John 19:30 Finished

Luke 23:46 Commit

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“My God, My God. Why have You forsaken Me?” Psa 22:1

“They gave Me vinegar to drink.” Psa 69:21

“Into Your hand I commit My Spirit!” Psa 31:5

“It is finished.” Psa 22:31

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Righteousness

Redeemed

Life

Justification

Curse

Sin

Condemnation

Death

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Redeemed

The Curse

Deut 21:22-23

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The Faith of Jesus

The Faith of Jesus is belief not only in the absence feelings, but against them!

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The Faith of Jesus

“Are the people of God now so firmly established upon his Word that they would not yield to the evidence of their senses? Would they, in such a crisis, cling to the Bible, and the Bible only?” GC 625

the cross
The Cross

The Cross is the revolting truth about us—envy, hatred, lust, selfishness, rage, etc.; the truth about Christ for us.

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The Cross

The Cross is a revela-tion of the truth about Christ:

  • for us;
  • with us;
  • as us
christ crucified means
Christ Crucified means:
  • Christ identified with fallen humanity.
  • Christ with our guilt, suffering for us.
  • Christ suffering with us.
  • Christ suffering as us.
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Christ Crucified means:
  • Christ in condemnation.
  • Christ in fear.
  • Christ in conflict (emotions and will).
  • Christ in discouragement.
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Christ Crucified means:
  • Christ in despondency.
  • Christ in depression.
  • Christ in despair.
  • Christ in physical and mental and emotional convulsions.
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Inanimate Preachers
  • The cross
  • The wooden title
  • The sun’s refusal to shine
  • The dark stormy day
  • The earthquake
  • The rent rocks
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Bone fragments

Metal balls

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GC 252
  • “Flavel'sFountain of Life and Method of Grace have taught thousands how to commit the keeping of their souls to Christ.”
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Matthew 27:46; (Psalm 22:1)

“This verse contains the fourth memorable saying of Christ upon the cross; words able to rend the hardest heart in the world:

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Matthew 27:46; (Psalm 22:1)

it is the voice of the Son of God in an agony: his sufferings were great, very great before, but never in that extremity as now;

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Matthew 27:46; (Psalm 22:1)

when this heaven rend-ing and heart melting out-cry brake from him upon the cross, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?”

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Matthew 27:46; (Psalm 22:1)

“Here is an observable variation of the lan-guage in which this astonishing complaint was uttered; for he

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Matthew 27:46; (Psalm 22:1)

speaks both Hebrew and Syriac [Syrian] in one breath, Eli, Eli, lama are all Hebrew, sabachthaniis a Syriac word . . .”John Flavel, The Fountain of Life, p. 407.

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Jesus in Despair
  • “The Father's glory and sustaining pres-encehad left Him, and despair pressed its crushing weight of
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Jesus in Despair

darkness upon Him and forced from His pale and quivering lips the anguish-edcry: ‘My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?’ ” 2T 209

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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14

The heart was con-sidered as the seat of the intellect as well as of the emotions.

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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14

To melt: to be dissolved with fear and terror.

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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • The word “melt” is applied to the wasting of disease; also to fainting from fear, grief or sorrow.
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • Christ’s mind was being consumed, like wax, in the heat of fire.
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • The pent up fires of hell burst upon Christ with all the fury of atomic energy. Sin was consuming Christ.
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14

This was equivalent to the lake of fire.

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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • As wax melts under the heat of fire, so His mind was break-ing down from the sin of mankind.
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“We drew the analogy of a run away nuclear reactor in the final stages of explosive melt-down. The uranium rods

The Melt Down

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melt like water in the 5000 C+ [9032 F+] heat. No containment vessel can hold this fierce heat!”

Lt from L. Greer, 9/3/90

The Melt Down

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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14

Christ “was made to be sin for us”

2 Cor 5:21

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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • In this Psalm we view a picture of the pro-cess of a mental breakdown from grief and guilt.
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • Sin worked its defeat-ing and disheartening effects upon the mind of Jesus.
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • Jesus was being held in the cords of our sins.
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • There were disturb-ances in His thoughts and feelings, but not in His attitudes and behavior.
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • While it is true that Jesus experienced despair, His attitude did not deteriorate into the personal sin of despair.
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • The faith of Jesus remained intact.
  • He came to the “end of His rope” but the faith of Jesus held.
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • Consider the intensity of the mental agony which broke Christ’s heart as revealed:
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14
  • in the bloody sweat in Gethsemane
  • in the agonizing cry on the cross:
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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14

“Eli, Eli, Lama, Sabacthani--My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?”

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The Melt DownPsalm 22:14

and in the mental condition depicted in Psalm 22:14.

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Christ’s Agony of Mind
  • Agony suggests mental or physical torment so excruciating that the body or mind convulses with the force of it.
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Christ’s Agony of Mind
  • The horror of the curse was upon Jesus.
  • Feelings of guilt and condemnation engulfed Him.
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Christ’s Agony of Mind
  • Convulsions of agony racked His mind as well as His frame.
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Christ’s Agony of Mind
  • There were violent involuntary contrac-tions or spasms of which He had no control.
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Christ’s Agony of Mind
  • There was a struggle to retain sanity.
  • There was a violent dissolution of mind.
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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Disturbances
    • from the strain of mental distress imposed by guilt.
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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Jesus was held in the cords of our sin.
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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Terror and fear which led to feelings of helplessness.
  • Bewildered.
  • Dismay.
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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Depression.
  • Despondency.
  • Darkness.
  • Nervous exhaustion.
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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Loss of hope and a sense of futility.
  • Gripped with paralyzing fear.
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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Jesus was filled with intense and prolonged feelings of insecurity and anxiety.
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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Troubled by the alienation from God.
  • Guilt and excessive grief racked His mind.
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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Illustrations from nature:

The darkened heavens spoke of a deeper gloom that engulfed the mind of Jesus.

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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Absence of light from the Father.
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Christ’s State of Mind
  • Dejection
  • Despair
  • Depression
  • Hopelessness
  • Inexpressible sorrow and grief.
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Christ’s State of Mind

“Inanimate nature expressed sympathy with its insulted and dying Author. The sun refused to look upon

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Christ’s State of Mind

the awful scene. Its full, bright rays were illuminating the earth at midday when sud-denlyit seemed to be

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Christ’s State of Mind

blotted out. Complete darkness, like a funeral pall, enveloped the cross.”

DA 753

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Christ’s State of Mind

“At the ninth hour the darkness lifted from the people, but still enveloped the Saviour. It was a

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Christ’s State of Mind

symbol of the agony and horror that weighed upon His heart. No eye could pierce the gloom that surrounded the

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Christ’s State of Mind

cross, and none could penetrate the deeper gloom that enshrouded the suffering soul of Christ….

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Christ’s State of Mind

Many who believed on Him heard His despairing cry. Hope left them....”

DA 754

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Christ’s State of Mind

The crying rocks:

Jesus was in a great-er mental and emo-tional earthquake than the convulsions

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Christ’s State of Mind

that tore the rocks from the earth.

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Christ’s State of Mind

The rent rocks cried out at the violent disturbances that ripped through the mind of Jesus as it

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Christ’s State of Mind

was pulled apart by sin at Calvary.

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Christ’s State of Mind

“Behold him dying upon the cross amid the deepest gloom; for the heavens were darken-ed and the earth con-vulsed. The rent rocks

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Christ’s State of Mind

are but a feebleemblem of the state of his mind when he exclaimed, ‘My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?’”

RH June 23, 1896

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Where Was God the Father?

“In that thick darkness God's presence was hidden. He makes darkness His pavilion, and conceals His glory from human eyes. God and His holy angels

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Where Was God the Father?

were beside the cross. The Father was with His Son. Yet His presence was not revealed…. And in that dreadful hour

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Christ was not to be comforted with the Father's presence. He trod the wine press alone, and of the people there was none with Him.” (DA 753)
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Pavilion of Darkness

Psa 18:4ff

“Speaking of his death, the psalmist writes:” (Psa 18:4-11 quoted).

RH, July 17, 1900 par. 11

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“From Love to Thee”

“The spotless son of God hung upon the cross. His flesh, lacerated with stripes. Those hands, so often reached out in blessing, nailed to

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“From Love to Thee”

wooden bars. Those feet, so tireless on ministries of love, spiked to a tree. That royal head, pierced by the crown of thorns.

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“From Love to Thee”

Those quiveringlips, shaped to the cry of woe. And all that He endured; the blood drops that flowed from His head, His hands,

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“From Love to Thee”

His feet. The agony that wracked his frame, and the unutterable anguish that filled His soul at the hiding of His Father's face speaks to

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“From Love to Thee”

each child of humanity, declaring, ‘it is for thee that the son of God consents to bear this burden of guilt. For thee, He spoils the

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“From Love to Thee”

domain of death and opens the gate of paradise. He, who stilled the angry waves and walked the foam-capped billows,

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“From Love to Thee”

who made devils trem-bleand disease to flee. Who opened blind eyes, and called forth the dead to life offers

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“From Love to Thee”

himself upon the cross as a sacrifice. And this, from love, to thee.

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“From Love to Thee”

He, the sin-bearer, endures the wrath of divine justice, and for thy sake, becomes sin itself.”

DA 755