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Behold the Man | Behold Your King

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Judgement Seat
(1.) That the scripture might be fulfilled, which spoke of his being stricken, smitten, and afflicted, and the chastisement of our peace being upon him (Isa. 53:5), of his giving his back to the smiters (Isa. 50:6), of the ploughers ploughing upon his back, Ps. 129:3. He himself likewise had foretold it, Mt. 20:19; Mk. 10:34; Lu. 18:33
Henry, M. (1994). Matthew Henry’s commentary on the whole Bible: complete and unabridged in one volume (p. 2042). Peabody: Hendrickson.

1. Jesus’ Innocence Demonstrated

Why is it so important that the story points out that Jesus was declared to be innocent 3 times in the story?
= He was the spotless lamb of God.

2. Jesus’ Authority Declared

Jesus is only subject to his Father’s authority.
Jesus is sovereign over all suffering.

3. The Jews’ Allegiance Determined

Do we still need to choose to be a friend of Caesar or of Christ? How?
What areas of life am I not identify Jesus as King?
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