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Copy of Copy of Jesus' Death

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Transcript of Copy of Copy of Jesus' Death

Jesus' Death
Objectives
1. Realize that Jesus' death on the cross is an expression of His saving love;
2. Seek ways on how to faithfully live Jesus' commandment of love;
3. Understand that the celebration of the Eucharist brings us the reality of the life after death.
The Seven Last Words of Jesus
1. Lk 23:33-34
2. Lk 23:43
3. Jn 19:26-27
4. Mt 27:46
5. Jn 19:28
6. Jn 19:30
7. Lk 23:46
Jesus' Death on the Cross
It primarily conveys His conditional love both for Father and for us.
The Christian View of Death
It is Jesus' death and resurrection that brings this hope in our own deaths. The celebration of the Eucharist bring us the reality of the life that we will experience in the life after death.
My Last Will and Testament
On your notebook, write down words that you would like to say if you were about to die.
The Seven Last Words
of Jesus
The Seven Last words of Jesus are words that lead us to a deeper knowledge and understanding of the reason for Jesus' death on the cross. The four Gospels, narrate to us Jesus' Passion.
The Crucifixion and Death of Jesus
In several accounts from the Gospel according to Mark, we see several Old Testament prophecies fulfilled. Indeed, the death of Jesus happened, not because the Father wanted Him to die, but in fulfillment of God's promise of salvation
CFC 567, 602
1. Jesus offered a sacrifice as both a priest and a victim.
2. To expiate for our sins
3. Creating a new covenant with God in His blood.
4. For us and for our salvation
"Father, forgive them for they do not know what they do."
For Jesus, the Father is the source of all forgiveness; this regard for the Father should be in all of us, as true children of God.
"Father, into Your hands I commend My spirit."
Death is painful, but Jesus' prayer shows us our glorious return to the Father who loves us.
"In truth, I tell you: this day, you will be with Me in paradise."
The words of Jesus to the repentant thief call us to look at our hearts, avoid judging others and unceasingly ask for God's loving mercy.
"Woman, there is your son...there is Your Mother!"
The beloved disciple stands for those who work in the Church and must always take care of the Church.
"My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?"
These words of Jesus are taken from Psalm 22, which is regarded as the lamentation of a person who had an intense experience of God who saves and thus boldly praises God for coming to his life as a poor person who hoped for salvation
"I thirst."
Jesus was thirsty for the love of man for whom He was suffering excruciatingly and for the love of the Father to be known and felt by all mankind.
"It is finished!"
The passion and death of Jesus was the highpoint of our redemption from the effects of sin and our restoration to the grace of salvation.
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