by Donald Cantrell

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Jesus and His Death (6 of 13)
Series: Jesus and...
Donald Cantrell
John 19:30, 33, other scriptures

Jhn 19:30 KJV - When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, It is finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost.

Jhn 19:33 KJV - But when they came to Jesus, and saw that he was dead already, they brake not his legs:

I - The Death of Jesus was Precisely Predicted
II - The Death of Jesus was Painfully Prescribed
III - The Death of Jesus was Publically Portrayed
IV - The Death of Jesus was Physically Proven
V - The Death of Jesus was Perfectly Performed

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Theme: ''The importance of Christ death in God's plan''


Karl Marx, died in 1883 with these last words: ''Go on, get out - last words are for fools who haven't said enough.''

Thomas à Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, d.1170 ''I am ready to die for my Lord, that in my blood the Church may obtain liberty and peace.''

The very last words of Buddha to his disciples were, ''Strive without ceasing.'' How different these are to the last words of Jesus who said, ''It is finished.''
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In this sermon we are going to look at the death Jesus. In normal situations most people will evade death and flee from it. In cases of illness people will spend every dollar they have to live one more minute, hour, or day.

Jesus did not just come to this world to be born, he did not just come to this world to be socially active, but ultimately he came to die. He was not going to be deterred until he finished the task and the task was ''his death''.

It is interesting to note some oddities that occurred at his birth and his death.

The birth of Christ was at night and it was announced with a bright light.

Luk 2:8 KJV - And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night.

Luk 2:9 KJV - And, lo, the angel of t ...

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