The Passion of CHRIST... Remembered

JESUS with his Crown of Thorns
JESUS with his Crown of Thorns (Source)

Many believed but others dare not
that this one man named JESUS
had died in the crucifix,

The story was told and Christians were born
to spread the gospel
that GOD sent His only son
to redeem the world.

Two thousand years had passed
his death is never forgotten.
The Passion of Christ
still brings varied interpretations.

Betrayed, beaten and tortured
crowned with thorns in HIS head
Carried the cross to Calvary
until HIS body ached in pain
still uttered HIS seven last words.

As HE closed HIS eyes and said...

"Father, into Your hands I commit my spirit."

Loud and clear...
echoing in every corner of our soul.

"For GOD so loved the world that HE gave HIS only SON
that whoever believes in HIM shall not perish but have eternal life."

It's not enough just to remember the day
We have to live by HIS words...
and keep the faith not only in mind but in our hearts.



11 comments:

  1. It's always nice to remember Jesus suffering for our behalf on these time of the year makes you reflect that however we whine on things that are bothering us, the Lord took every hardship and pain to save us.

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  2. Passion of Christ for me is a reminder of the sacrifices made by Jesus for the salvation of mankind. I will surely reflect this Holy Week.

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  3. This is the time to remember what Christ has done to save us. The story of the Passion of Christ will outlive all of us and will continue to be heard long after we are all gone.

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  4. "Father, into Your hands I commit my spirit."

    - If you surrender everything to him, there is no reason for you to fear anything because he will carry you throughout all your sufferings.

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  5. I agree we need to live with his words and keep our faith to god in our hearts.

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  6. The Passion of Christ is the most hurting and painful part of Christian life. Seeing all his suffering just to save us from our sins is a very hard and complicated scenario. Because He loves us so much, he gives up his life for us. *teary moment*

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  7. It is finished. Our Lord Jesus Christ has paid all our debt at the Cross of Calvary. I have seen the movie Passion of Christ and I tell you , I really cried.

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  8. Keeping him alive in our hearts is a good way to remember his sufferings for our sake...

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  9. may this season be the time for us to remember the passion of jesus and we maybe able to become good christians.

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  10. yes. this is the right time to reflect and to connect completely with God. Holidays are not just for fun, it is for linking with Him too.

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  11. Oh, I cried while reading this! It's a wonderful poem to commemorate Jesus' sacrifice for us.

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