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The Passion of Christ

The Passion of Christ (Note 1) describes the eighteen odd hours from when Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane (“… yet not as I will, but as You will”) until His death on the cross. During these hours Jesus is arrested, abandoned, tortured, tried, sentenced to death, and exchanged for the notorious prisoner, Barabbas. He was forced to drag His own cross on the road to Golgotha until, in His humanness, He collapsed and Simon of Cyrene was conscripted to carry it. At Golgotha Jesus was nailed to the cross, which was then hoisted up.

Note 1:
Isaiah 53:4-12
Matthew 26:36 – 27:55
Mark 14:32 – 15:40
Luke 22:39 – 23:49
John 17:1 – 19:37

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