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Summary: Jesus Christ died for our sins!

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Thank God! Jesus Christ Is Alive Today!

Easter Sunday

04/15/2001 A.M.

We are going to take our text this morning in the nineteenth chapter of John.

I know that I just said that the title to my sermon this morning was thank God Jesus Christ is alive this morning!

Jesus Christ is very much alive this morning and He is giving out blessings to His believers like never before!

But I feel like everyone needs to be reminded of what out Lord went through for you and I!

The way that He suffered on the cross for our sins so that we wouldn’t have to go through all of that pain and suffering!

So if you would turn in your bibles to,

John 19:1-3

1 Then Pilate had Jesus flogged with a lead-tipped whip.

2 The soldiers made a crown of long, sharp thorns and put it on his head, and they put a royal purple robe on him.

3 “Hail! King of the Jews!” they mocked, and they hit him with their fists.

If Jesus was innocent, He should have been turned loose.

If He was guilty of the charge brought against Him, He should have been crucified.

To scourge Jesus was entirely unlawful and wrong.

Pilate did it because he thought this would placate the Jews.

The word scourge, means to whip.

I really doubt that Pilate actually did the whipping.

That is what he used the Roman Soldiers for.

Also it says in the 3rd verse that the soldiers played a very cruel Roman game with Him.

The game was where the soldiers would show the prisoner their fists and then they would blindfold him and all but one of the soldiers would hit the prisoner as hard as they could.

After this they would take off the blindfold and the prisoner was made to guess which one of the soldiers didn’t hit him.

As you know that was impossible for the prisoner to do so they would start all over again.

I believe that the lord Jesus was so mutilated that you would not have recognized Him!


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