Jesus on the Cross, part 5– John 19:38-40

During this week leading up to Easter, often referred to has ‘Holy Week’, we step out of journey through the biblical narrative and instead focus our thoughts on The Crucifixion of Jesus, as it is recorded in John 19.

Jesus on the Cross, part 4– John 19:31-37

During this week leading up to Easter, often referred to has ‘Holy Week’, we step out of journey through the biblical narrative and instead focus our thoughts on The Crucifixion of Jesus, as it is recorded in John 19.

Jesus on the Cross, part 3– John 19:25-30

During this week leading up to Easter, often referred to has ‘Holy Week’, we step out of journey through the biblical narrative and instead focus our thoughts on The Crucifixion of Jesus, as it is recorded in John 19.

Jesus on the Cross, part 2– John 19:23-24

During this week leading up to Easter, often referred to has ‘Holy Week’, we step out of journey through the biblical narrative and instead focus our thoughts on The Crucifixion of Jesus, as it is recorded in John 19.

Jesus on the Cross, part 1– John 19:16-22

During this week leading up to Easter, often referred to has ‘Holy Week’, we step out of journey through the biblical narrative and instead focus our thoughts on The Crucifixion of Jesus, as it is recorded in John 19.

Jesus on the Cross– John 19:38-42

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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Jesus on the Cross– John 19:31-37

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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Jesus on the Cross– John 19:25-30

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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Jesus on the Cross– John 19:23-24

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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Jesus on the Cross– John 19:16-22

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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The Crucifixion of Jesus, part 6. Luke 23:44-54

Daily Devotionals

The Crucifixion of Jesus is at the heart of the Christian faith: all the salvation types, metaphors and language of the Old Testament come together at this point. The theological significance of this event is huge. But we ought to not overlook the human narrative which reveals so much of God’s plan of salvation in this singular and powerful event. Mal York leads us through this series of devotionals focussing on the Crucifixion of Jesus.

The Crucifixion of Jesus, part 5. John 19:25-30

Daily Devotionals

The Crucifixion of Jesus is at the heart of the Christian faith: all the salvation types, metaphors and language of the Old Testament come together at this point. The theological significance of this event is huge. But we ought to not overlook the human narrative which reveals so much of God’s plan of salvation in this singular and powerful event. Mal York leads us through this series of devotionals focussing on the Crucifixion of Jesus.