From Gethsemane to Golgotha

Good Friday is, traditionally, the day we reflect on Jesus’ suffering and death. Today is actually Passover, and Jesus is the Passover Lamb, sacrificed for the sins of the world, for your sins and my sins.

May this reblogged post help you as you reflect on what Jesus suffered for us.

The Narrow Way

Thoughts and meditations on the suffering of Jesus.

Many people have been scourged and crucified, tortured and killed.

What made Jesus’ suffering so terrible and so unique?

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From Gethsemane to Golgotha

Thoughts and meditations on the suffering of Jesus. Many people have been scourged and crucified, tortured and killed. What made Jesus' suffering so terrible and so unique? I have often asked this question, and this blog comes from my reflections and insights, and was also greatly inspired by the movie, "The Passion of the Christ". … Continue reading From Gethsemane to Golgotha

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