Jesus’ Crucifixion

What Does Jesus’ Death Accomplish?

If Jesus suffered the punishment for death on our behalf, why do we still die? When we receive the free gift of eternal life, we are passed from death to life. But because the whole creation is still suffering from bondage to decay, we still physically die to shed our mortal sin-filled bodies.

Looking For Jesus’ Bones

Nothing in the Garden Tomb or the Patio Tomb suggests the bones of Jesus Christ are there or anywhere else on this earth. “He is risen, as He said.”

The Suffering of Jesus

The physical suffering that Jesus willingly endured was beyond horrific. As horrible as His physical suffering was, we must understand that it paled in comparison to the suffering He endured in His heart, as He took upon Himself the sins of the world.

Why Is It Good Friday?

How could the day associated with mankind’s heinous act possibly be called good? The answer to this question is found in the purpose for Christ’s death. Jesus said that He “did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.”

Articles About Jesus’ Crucifixion


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