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Nisan 14 and It Has Been Accomplished

April 4, 2015

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Jesus said: “It has been accomplished!  and bowing his head, he gave up his spirit.

John 19:30

Jesus has been nailed to the torture stake, large nails pounded into the hands and feet of this perfect and perfectly innocent man. A sign on the stake reads: “Jesus the Nazarene the King of the Jews”, placed there on the orders of Pilate.  When the chief priests protest and say it should read, “He said, “I am the King of the Jews””, Pilate, chafing at having been manipulated by them, refuses. The sign is written in three languages; in Hebrew, in the official Latin and in the common Greek.

Jesus sees his mother, Mary and entrusts her to the care of John.  Mary’s other sons haven’t yet put their faith in Jesus, so Jesus makes provision not only for Mary’s physical needs but for her spiritual ones as well.

 The Roman soldiers fulfill the prophecy that Jesus’ clothes would be divided among them, and that lots would be cast for them. They cast lots because Jesus has a fine inner garment, woven without a seam, and they don’t want to tear it. (Psalm 22:18)

Darkness covers the land for three hours, from noon until about 3pm on Nisan 14. Jesus has finished everything that Jehovah sent him to earth to do and cries out, “It has been accomplished! Into your hands I entrust my spirit.” He bows his head and dies. A The 60 ft curtain that divides the Holy from the Most Holy in God’s temple is “torn in two, from top to bottom, and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split”. (Matt 27:51)

If you’d like to read more about what was “accomplished”, please go HERE to find out more about the ransom sacrifice of Jesus Christ. (Note: This is a different link to the one in yesterday’s post. Both links are very informative and use many scriptures and other references to explain this crucial topic)

If you’d like to listen to the chronological accounts from the book, “The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived”, please go HERE, and scroll down. Chapter 117, Agony in the Garden, to Chapter 126, “Certainly, This Was God’s Son”.Doodles076 copy

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The Vintage Butterfly Postage Stamps are available from Juno’s Place.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Faith Amadio permalink
    April 5, 2015 6:12 pm

    Thank you SO very much for this lovely lovely set – it’s the very first I have been able to download. I could never get 4shared to work for me, so, I was so happy to see an alternative. Your work is fabulous. Thank you, again!

    • Carol permalink*
      April 5, 2015 11:53 pm

      Hi Faith, lovely to hear from you! You’re having problems with 4shared as well? I’m so sorry to hear that. Can you please have a look at my reply to Priscilla, above, and see if either suggestion helps? I’ll try to keep uploading to Box as well, and see how that goes bandwidth-wise.
      EDIT: Ah. My reply to Priscilla is on a different post. Here’s what I suggested…”Have you tried using a different browser for 4shared? And have you seen my little tutorial about which download button to press on 4shared HERE? Maybe that will help. The problem with uploading to Box is that the download limit is reached very quickly sometimes, so 4shared still has its uses!”
      If you can only download from Box, can I also suggest that you subscribe to my blog? That way you’ll get an automated email to let you know when I’ve posted and you can come download quickly before the Box bandwidth gets used up 🙂

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