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Jesus is Crucified

Matthew 27:27-37, Mark 15:16-25, Luke 23:26-34, John 19:16-27
Jesus is flogged, carries the cross and is taken out of the city to be crucified.
Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus was led away into the Praetorium where the whole company of soldiers surrounded Him. – Slide 1
Jesus was flogged. – Slide 2
They put a crown of thorns on His head and a staff in His right hand then mockingly bowed down to Him. They spat on Him and hit Him. They slapped Him in the face. – Slide 3
Jesus was paraded wearing a purple coat and a crown of thorns. Pilate announced to the crowd. ‘I am bringing Him out so you know I find no charge against Him. Here is the man.’ – Slide 4
The chief priests and crowd shouted, ‘Crucify Him! Crucify Him! We have a law that says He must die because He claimed to be the Son of God.’ – Slide 5
Pilate wanted to set Jesus free but the Jewish leaders kept shouting, ‘We have no king but Caesar. Take Him away. Take Him away. Crucify Him!’ Finally Pilate handed Jesus over to be crucified. – Slide 6
The soldiers made Jesus carry His own cross. – Slide 7
Two criminals sentenced to death by crucifixion were forced to do the same. – Slide 8
The procession made its way out of the city. – Slide 9
A large crowd followed, including women who mourned and wailed for Jesus. – Slide 10
Jesus was weak from His beatings and fell. – Slide 11
The soldiers grabbed a man in the crowd, Simon from Cyrene in North Africa ... – Slide 12
­ ... and forced him to carry the cross. They led Jesus out of the city to a place called Golgotha (meaning the place of a skull.) – Slide 13
Jesus and the two criminals were nailed to their crosses. Jesus in the middle with a criminal either side. – Slide 14
It was 9 o’clock in the morning when Jesus was put on a cross to suffer and die. – Slide 15
Pilate had prepared a notice which was fastened to the cross of Jesus. It read in three languages, Aramaic, Latin and Greek, ‘Jesus of Nazareth the King of the Jews.’ – Slide 16
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