Mark Chapter 15 Discussion


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  • MoultonSamantha for verse 2
    Those who avoid reality will be less ideal in the future
  • Hazel Carty
    Must Jesus bear the cross aloan and all the world go free.no in virse 21 of Mark 15 the soldiers forced Simon to carry Jesus cross. we too must carry our cross praise be to God for salvation full and free my Jesus Ross to give me life,AMEN
  • Obbie Beal
    1-47 we learn specifically the group that 'tried' and 'sentence' JESUS to death; this same group would have carried out the execution but the laws of the Roman's government would not allow them to put JESUS to death, never-the-less the Roman's government could put JESUS to death.; so the religious leaders sentence JESUS to death and the Roman government carried out the execution; the ransom paid.
  • A disciple
    Eddie; that was a very good question! Actually it wasn't that God was looking for someone to die for our sins; for He Himself had announced from the beginning that Christ would come in the flesh born of a woman to undo the works of the devil and save us from our sins, by His own bruising Genesis 3:15. Who the LORD looks for is a man after His own heart whom He might teach and reveal His Word.
  • A disciple
    Isaiah 63:5 "And I looked, and there was none to help; and I wondered that there was none to uphold: therefore mine own arm brought salvation unto me; and my fury, it upheld me."
  • Eddie
    Where does it say in the bible about God searched and couldn't find anyone worthy to die for ours sins so he sent his only son. I've heard this all my life.
  • Stanjett
    I think theres something like that in Revelations: Where an Angel had a book and there was no one worthy found to open the book. But the Lamb of God Jesus was found to be worthy to open the book.
  • Gclyde
    Christ was crucified on the cross for the remission of our sin debt paid in full not too say that we can keep on dining but stop dining a hard load since we live in a sinful world I meant to say dining in stead of dinning sorry
  • Love for Truth
    Amen Sister Irene we r complete in Jesus who is the head of all principality and power no one above him ,no one beside him, he is God all by himself ex: Colossians 2:9-10
  • Peter A. Okebukola
    Jesus' earthly mission is now over. He came as a sacrificial lamb and has now shed His precious Blood for the remission of our sins. Mission accomplished. Thank you dear Saviour of the world.
  • Peter A. Okebukola
    Jesus' earthly mission is now over. He came as a sacrificial lamb and has now shed His precious Blood for the remission of our sins. Mission accomplished. Thank you dear Saviour of the world.
  • Irene123
    Ar's comment to J. - no, Joseph of Arimethia would not have been at a consultation not a regular 'council meeting . J. of A. was a believer in Jesus. He would not have condoned His murder by his presence.
  • Irene123
    "joe" one year, ago is right about what Jesus said oh the cross: Jesus was speaking in His native language, not speaking in tongues as in Acts. Jesus was GOD, not a 'separate 'son' from God. The flesh of Jesus (God's name) was what God inhabited while in His ministry on earth. John 1:14; 1 Tim. 3:16. Jesus said, "When you have seen e, you have seen the Father." Jesus (God) had no need to speak in -
  • A disciple
    "But Jesus yet answered nothing; so that Pilate marveled." I've heard some pretty strained and stretched out interpretations of this part: including, that Jesus was, by Roman law, confessing to the crimes by His silence. But a realistic understanding of Jesus' character, and of the things He was enduring, shows us something better, for our example. Self-Control, and a Superior Character of Faith.
  • BSP
    In verse 34 God had abandoned Jesus by taking away his protection and allowing him to be put to death.
  • Andy
    The cup that Jesus had to bear was not the crucifiction but it was the separation from God.
    Jesus death on the cross sealed our redemption by His blood. No earthly work can do for us what Jesus death on the cross accomplised. This was God's plan from the beginning that Christ would be our sins on the cross. Praise be to God who comes to our rescue!!!
  • ANGELA Wingfield
    Jesus spoke those words because GOD had turned His back on the sin Jesus carried. Jesus carried our sin at that time. Jesus had not presented the blood at the altar of GOD at this time. GOD can not look upon sin without an atonement. This is the only time there was separation between the Most High and Jesus.
  • Insight777
    View My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? in a different light. If it was the purpose of Jesus to die for sin Why did not the voice of God call out approval as when Jesus was Baptized? Instead darkness was Gods response, as in anger, so Water Baptism for removal of Sin is approved but blood sacrifice, death for removal of sin is not approved.
    God loves His Son. Blood=Word of God, Gospel
  • Joe
    Eaglesrock - I believe the pharse - Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani - is the language of Aramaic which was Jesus' native language. This is not the same as speaking in tongues.
  • Eaglesrock
    34 And at the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani? which is, being interpreted, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? Third time recorded Jesus speaking in tongues.
  • Anne
    He suffered for me and for you, so that we can be saved, healed, delivered. We need only to accept Him as Lord and Saviour.
  • David for verse 34
    My God My God, why hast you forsaken Me...Jesus bore all our sins to end of age. God literally turned His back on His Son momentarily 'cause sins was so horrifying ugly. The death and resurrection of Jesus given us Victory...
  • Isaac
    The crucification of Jesus is utter importance to us in Christ. It 's a powerful reminder of our pay for sins. The Bible online leaves an otherwise serious phenomenon that when Jesus gave up the ghost also darkness engulfed the whole land much to the splitting of the church veil in twain.
  • JOE FASH. for verse 39
    What Jesus did in reaction to how people was redicule him insulting and telling to come down if he is the son of God or king of the jew in all these he never ask for mercy form the Roman soiders and never yell out on people talking foolishly about him. despite the pain and the shame of the worst punishment in the land. if i was Christ may be i would have just come down like a dove to proof i can but thank god thou he put on the form of man he isn 't a man HE IS LORD INDEED.
  • Ar
    To J 's remark referring Mark 15 1. Yes, he was at the council , but he did not agree with the others as he was a follower of Jesus. Pleas read Luke ch.23 vs 50 to 54.
  • Was Joseph of Arimathea of Mark 15 43 at the council meeting of Mark 15 1?
  • June Saunders
    It hurts to feel guilty of sin that our Jesus had to die for us to have eternal life. It awakens me to repent of my sins daily and all that I do give our Jesus the glory our being put here personally for the cause to witness with our life and walk in Christ 's footsteps as he directs my life..
  • Norma for verse 34
    Jesus cries out. 'My God My God, why hast thou forsaken me '. This is a direct quote from psalms22.and this is the only p!ace in the scriptures where Jesus refers to our creator as 'God '. At all other times Jesus refers to Him as "Father ". Blessed be the name of the Lord. Jesus was teaching us even from the cross.
  • Norma for verse 34
    Jesus cries out. 'My God My God, why hast thou forsaken me '. This is a direct quote from psalms22.and this is the only p!ace in the scriptures where Jesus refers to our creator as 'God '. At all other times Jesus refers to Him as "Father ". Blessed be the name of the Lord. Jesus was teaching us even from the cross.
  • Michael for verse 43
    Joseph was also the one who purchased the napkin for Jesus ' head the head cloth and since there were no burial shrouds available but plenty of large table cloths as it was the Passover and there was a merchant not far from the Damascus Gate , he purchased a large table cloth to substitute for Jesus ' burial shroud. This table cloth was a fine Syrian 3 over 1 twill very expensive but affordable as Joseph was quite wealthy.


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