You can see that actual pavement today because it has been uncovered there is Jerusalem. That is the basis on which He can now have a fellowship with us. What do we learn about Pilate from I can not think of any and I think this was an unusual occurrence because of the complexity of the case. Why do you think Pilate posted the notice to the cross that said “Jesus It goes on to say, in verse nine, “He entered into the Praetorium again and said to Jesus, ‘Where are You from’? Asphyxiation, that is to say, the inability to breathe, would finally take over. It was reserved for the lowest criminals because it was an agonizing method of punishment. Lesson 27: John 17–19-New Testament Teacher Manual. This could often take many hours and the Jews, knowing this, had to hasten that process because they wanted the bodies off before sunset because that was the beginning of a high day and it was associated with the Sabbath connected to the Passover. For that, He would sweat drops of blood. A few verses from that Messianic Psalm and you have a feeling for that. What law did the Jews have in mind when they stated that Jesus broke it when he claimed to be the Son of God? So, He was making provision for her. It's a good idea to do them every day. It is interesting that Joseph and Nicodemus had enough cloth and spices necessary for His burial. 3 And said, Hail, King of the Jews! Continue the lesson by inviting students to read John 19:4, 6 silently, looking for what Pilate repeated to the Jews (“I find no fault in him”). 24 Weeks . When the Sun Sets: Jacob Meets God (Gen. 27:41-28:22), Jacob: When God Turns Darkness into Dawn (Expository Sermons On O.T. John Chapter 1. It is told in verses 39 to 43 of Luke chapter 23. As believers, we don’t just contemplate the Cross, in a way we also carry it. Lesson 19 - Luke 20:1-47 Topic: Issues and Answers. Going back to our text, we see in verse 25, “Therefore the soldiers did these things, but standing by the Cross of Jesus were His mother, and his mother’s sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene.” If you put the Gospels together, you get three Marys and Solome who were near the Cross at first. So, the cruelty of this death is caused by your instinct to live. In verse 34, “Behold, this child is appointed for the fall and rise of many in Israel, and for a sign to be opposed, and a sword will pierce even your own soul,” speaking, here, to Mary, “to the end that thoughts from many hearts may be revealed.”, So, she understood these things, but she also knew what would ultimately take place. Pilate said to them, ‘Shall I crucify your King’? The only way that you could hasten the crucifixion, then, would be to break the legs so that the victim could no longer push Himself up. Therefore, it requires a response and that is the uncomfortable position that the Gospels leave us in, frankly. What scripture was fulfilled by Jesus’ statement of thirst and his subsequent drink? The thorns and thistles have a theme in the Garden, don’t they? Pilate said to them, ‘Ecce Homo’,” or, ‘Behold, the Man’. John Chapter 2. Let this Christ, the King of Israel, now come down from the Cross, so that we may see and believe’. 1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 3. There is not much historical warrant for it. Frankly, we are left to guess as to the exact location of this Place of a Skull. What do we learn about Pilate from the following verses in the Gospel of John Chapter 19 and 18, as well as the verses from other Gospels? One gives you the sense of what it might have looked like at the time, whereas the other is more likely the locale. Lesson 20 Lesson 10 . In verse 23, “Then the soldiers, when they had crucified Jesus, took His outer garments and made four parts, a part to every soldier and also the tunic; now the tunic was seamless, woven in one piece. So, that is an extra addition that would intimate that Jesus, having said it was finished, then said, with aloud voice, “Into Your hands I commend My spirit.” Then He breathed His last. He raises some up and then He deposes them. If God’s will was that Jesus should die on the cross, then why was it a sin for Pilate and the Priests to crucify Jesus? 1. “One of the criminals who were hanged there was hurling abuse at Him, saying, ‘Are You not the Christ? Turn with me to Matthew 27:19, and we see something which took place right before this moment. So he came and took away His body. Lesson 15 Lesson 5. Jesus dismissed His spirit at three o’clock, about the time the Passover lambs were being slaughtered, although the horrific agony went from twelve o’clock to three o’clock. Lesson 23 - Luke 24:1-53 Topic: Jesus Triumphs! There are some apocryphal books that talk about the conversion of Pilate and Claudia, his wife, but they are just that. in our lives. At the very least, the scourging, which was the second part of that, was, in fact, historical. It was even said in Exodus 12 that it would be in the afternoon, and so it on the same day and at the same hour and it is no accident. the verses from other Gospels? (Q)(A): Yes, He chose to die. The verse concludes, “And He bowed His head and gave up His spirit.” There are actually seven statements made from the Cross. It is seen as the planting of the seed in the ground in chapter twelve. He died of His volition, and He gave up His spirit. Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in. I don’t think it is accidental. This treatment lasted virtually all night long. JOHN. When The Sun Finally Rises: Wrestling With The Past (Gen. 32:22-32), 2. It was not just the Jews, it was everyone. John chapters 17–19 contain John’s account of the events of the Atonement. Jesus came out wearing the crown of thorns and purple robe. Pilate answered, ‘What I have written, I have written’.” What do you suppose was going on in Pilate’s mind when he did that? I pray that we would respond. So, this indicates a Friday crucifixion and I think it holds best with the text. Your learning comes from reading and studying the So, in John 19:28, we see, “After this, Jesus, knowing that all things had been accomplished, to fulfill the Scripture, said, ‘I am thirsty’.”. The old things have passed away, and behold, new things have come. Lesson 22 Lesson 12 . So, for them, on a high and holy day, to crucify their own Messiah, and then feign loyalty to Caesar, was a double whammy when you think about it that way. So, they wanted to get Him down for the high, holy day, because, as you know, the Jewish day was from six o’clock to six o’clock. I want to read to you Hebrews chapter 13, verses 11 to 13, and they relate to this very issue. But one of the soldiers pierced His side with a spear, and immediately blood and water came out.” Now, if we turn to Zechariah chapter 12, we see in verse ten, “I will pour out on the house of David and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the Spirit of grace and of supplication, so that they will look on Me whom they have pierced; and they will mourn for Him, as one mourns for an only son, and they will weep bitterly over Him, like the bitter weeping over a firstborn.” As I understand it, this is an image of how the people of God will eventually acknowledge that this was really the One who was their Messiah. Again, however, regret is not the same as repentance. 3. Scourging involved a leather whip, which was knotted and weighted with pieces of metal or bone, and many people would not even survive the whipping involved in that process. Did Jesus claim to be the Son of God? we accomplish God’s will? This we learned in chapter eleven, verses 47 through 54. him even more afraid? In the mountains of the Northwest, a man was sitting beside a campfire while he roasted some kind of bird over the fire with eager anticipation. Verse 35 of the Gospel John Chapter 19 says: “The man who saw it has And Pilate said to them, “Look at the Man!”. from Dallas Theological Seminary, a Ph.D. from ... More, 3. 2. Amen. Then, in the fourth case, it turns from the need of others to His relationship with His Father. It is found in Matthew 27, verses 45 to 50. So, what we see here is that when Pilate brings Him down, he brings Him to The Pavement. A seventh Part of that reviling is also in Psalm 22, verses 12 to 18, “Many bulls have surrounded Me; strong bulls of Bashan have surrounded Me. For dogs have surrounded Me.” The word ‘dogs’ is often used in reference to the Gentiles. I pray that if any of us don’t know Him that tonight would be the night we would come to respond to His gift and invite Him into our lives, thanking Him for the freedom and forgiveness of sins, and for coming into an intimate relationship with Him. So, you had a portion of the first day, all of the second day, and a portion of the third day. The death of Jesus, as you know, is a major theme in John’s Gospel. My strength is dried up like a potsherd, and My tongue cleaves to My jaws; and you lay Me in the dust of death. What facts do we learn about Joseph of Arimathea from the following verses? and they smote him with their hands. From that hour the disciple took her into his own household.”. Nicodemus, who had first com to Him by night, also came, bringing a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about a hundred pounds weight.” It is interesting that from this point on no unbelievers touched the body of Jesus.