by Marvin D. Patterson

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The Crucifixion and Burial of Jesus Christ - Part 3 (3 of 3)
Series: The Crucifixion and Burial of Jesus Christ
Marvin Patterson
Matthew 27:55-66

Stupid One day there's a couple of kids in a psychology class. The teacher stands up and says to the class "stand up if u think you're stupid!" after about 5 minutes Little Johnny stood up and the teacher says "do you think you're stupid Johnny?"

To which Little Johnny replies, "No miss I just hate to see you standing there all by yourself!!!"


The following is a summary of what happened at the cross, Statistics and Stuff Order of the Events of the Crucifixion:

Arrival at Golgotha (Calvary), Mt 27:33; Mk 15:22; Lk 23:33; Jn 19:17
Offer of a benumbing drink, Mt 27:34
The crucifixion, Mt 27:35
Cry, 'Father, forgive...', Lk 23:34
The parting of Christ's garments, Mt 27:35
Jesus mocked, Mt 27:39-44; Mk 15:29
The thieves rail on Him, but one believes, Mt 27:44
Second cry, "Today you will be with me...', Lk 23:43
Third cry, 'Dear woman, here is your son,' Jn 19:26-27
The darkness, Mt 27:45; Mk 15:33
The fourth cry, 'My God, my God...', Mt 27:46-47; Mk 15:34-36
Fifth cry, 'I am thirsty,' Jn 19:28
Sixth cry, 'It is finished,' Jn 19:30
Seventh cry, 'Father, into thy hands...,' Lk 23:46
Jesus dismisses His spirit, Mt 27:50; Mk 15:37

Merrill F. Unger, The New Unger's Bible Handbook, Revised by Gary N. Larson, Moody Press, Chicago, 1984, pp. 397-398

We have seen our wonderful Lord crucified at the hands of a wicked, riotous mob. He has done nothing to deserve crucifixion, but the crowd was determined to see Him die on that old rugged cross. And yet, we know that this was all the plan of God from the beginning of the world. It is amazing that God knew mankind would sin, and lose his innocence in the Garden of Eden. God also knew that mankind would need a Savior from sin, and that would be His only begotten Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. Listen to what the Scripture ha ...

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