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7 Last words of Jesus

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Charmol Aguilar

on 7 March 2013

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Transcript of 7 Last words of Jesus

7 LAST WORDS OF JESUS CHRIST "Father, forgive them for they do not know what they have done." Luke 23:34 "I assure you, today you will be with me in paradise." Luke 23:43 "Dear woman, this is your son." John 19:26 "My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?" Mark 15:34 "I am thirsty." John 19:28 "It is finished!" John 19:30 The first word of Jesus from the cross is a word of forgiveness. Jesus is dying so that we might be forgiven for our sins, so that we might be reconciled to God for eternity. The second words says that even though we live our lives everyday as a disciple of Jesus, in the end, our relationship with Jesus comes down to a simple trust. In the third word, Jesus was forging a relationship between the disciple, whom they call "the disciple he loved", and his mother. One in which the disciple would take care of Mary financially and in other ways. He wanted to make sure that Mary was in good hands. The Father abandoned Jesus because he took upon himself the penalty for our sins. Jesus knew what it was like to be rejected by the Father. The fifth word notes that Jesus said, "I am thirsty", not only as a statement of physical reality, but also in order to fulfill the Scripture. He longs for the Father Almighty like water to quench his thirst. Jesus expressed the relief from all of his suffering. But, it actually meant that he has accomplished his mission, his work of salvation for the human. Jesus accomplished what we never could. "Father, I entrust my spirit into your hands!" Luke 23:46 In these final last words, Jesus entrusted himself to God, to what might God had planned to do with him. He entrusted himself with no hesitation. The First Word The Second Word The Third Word The Fourth Word The Fifth Word The Sixth Word The Seventh Word
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