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2:20 I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me.
NARRATOR Thirty years ago, far to the East of the Roman Empire, in the land of Judea, Jesus Christ was crucified.
What is a sacrifice bunt or a sacrifice fly? Could you explain it to someone who had never played baseball before? How would you go about explaining it to someone so that it makes sense? The sacrifice bunt or sacrifice fly is simply a play in baseball when the batter literally sacrifices (gives up a chance to get a hit) in order to move the runners on base up one base. In most cases, the batter will get out and head back to the dugout. The main difference is his coach and teammates are usually cheering on his failure to reach first because he put the team and other players ahead of himself and gave his them a chance to score. Romans 5:8 basically says that while we were still sin‐ ners, Christ died for us. The greatest sacrifice ever made took place when Jesus Christ, the Son of God, came to earth and lived a perfect life so that He could be crucified on a cross as payment of OUR sins. He gave up Himself so that we might have life—abundant life. He did this while we were still sinners! Jesus came to earth for one purpose. That purpose was to be the ultimate sacrifice for our sins. He came to
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w E 18800900 ZION'S (8) WATCH This is a hard work and it involves much pain to the old nature to be thus crucified and ignored.
The Lord’s Supper The Lord’s Supper first occurred on the night before Jesus was crucified (Matthew 26:17-30).
dialoguecommunionvladmoss A DIALOGUE BETWEEN AN ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN AND A RATIONALIST ON THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST Vladimir Moss Orthodox. My friend, I would like to ask you a question: what do you understand by the words: “We are saved by the Blood of Christ”? Rationalist. That we are saved by the Sacrifice of Christ Crucified, whereby He washed away our sins in His Blood shed on the Cross. Orthodox. I agree. And how precisely are our sins washed away? Rationalist. By true faith, and by partaking of the Holy Mysteries of the Church with faith and love, and especially the Mystery of the Body and Blood of Christ in the Eucharist. Orthodox. Excellent! So you agree that in the Mystery of the Body and Blood of Christ we partake of the very same Body that was nailed to the Cross and the very same Blood that was shed from the side of the Saviour? Rationalist. Er, yes… Orthodox. I see that you hesitate, my friend. Is there something wrong in what I have said. Rationalist. Not exactly… However, you must be careful not to understand the Mystery in a cannibalistic sense. Orthodox. Cannibalistic? What do you mean, my friend? What is cannibalistic here? Rationalist. Well, I mean that we must not understand the Body of Christ in the Eucharist to be a hunk of meat. That would be close to cannibalism – to paganism. Orthodox. You know, the early Christians were accused of being cannibals by their enemies. However, cannibals eat dead meat. In the Mystery we do not partake of dead meat, but of living flesh, the Flesh of the God‐Man. It is alive not only through Its union with His human Soul, but also through Its union with the Divine Spirit. And that makes It not only alive, but Life‐giving. Rationalist. Still, you mustn’t understand this in too literal a way. Did not the Lord say: “The flesh is of little use; it is the spirit that gives life”(John 6.63)? Orthodox. Yes indeed, but you must understand this passage as the Holy Fathers understand it. St. John Chrysostom says that in these words the Lord was not referring to His own Flesh (God forbid!), but to a carnal understanding of His words. And “this is what carnal understanding means – looking on things in a simple manner without representing anything more. We should not judge in this manner about the visible, but we must look into all its mysteries with internal eyes.” 1 If you think about the Flesh of Christ
We beg you to be a merciful savior to him, cleansing him from every sin by the blood of Jesus Crucified, so that he may enjoy life everlasting.
Christian also believes how the Cross on which Jesus was crucified was created by Olive wood.
There is likewise to come to be a cross, with the shape of Christ crucified on it, possibly on the altar or near it, where it really is clearly visible to those put together.
Jesus, who lived a sinless life, was crucified, buried, and then rose from the dead.
18 One of them, named Cleopas, said to him in reply, “Are you the only visitor to Jerusalem who does not know of the things that have taken place there in these days?” 19 And he replied to them, “What sort of things?” They said to him, “The things that happened to Jesus the Nazarene, who was a prophet mighty in deed and word before God and all the people, 20 how our chief priests and rulers both handed him over to a sentence of death and crucified him.