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The King's Burial - The Pierced Lamb

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Main Point: Big Idea: Proposition =

The Cross must lead you to believe and continue believing the Gospel of King Jesus.

FCF: His dying on the cross was not what the Jews themselves expected or believed. And like them our in our fallen state, none of us naturally believe. So, John writes to convince and convict us to believe the good news that…

Jesus died to fulfill God’s plan to rescue God’s people and reverse the effects of the fall as revealed in scripture.

This is the amount of anointing material that was used at the funeral for a king.

I. Jesus’ death fulfills the sovereign plan of the Father.

Repeated Phrase:
vs. 24 “This was to fulfill the scripture”
vs. 28 “to fulfill the scriptures”
vs. 36 “that the scriptures might be fulfilled, “
vs 37 “another scripture says”

2. Jesus’ death accomplished the rescue of God’s people.

3 uses of same greek word tele (tetelesti)
Completed in vs. 28.
Fulfilled in vs. 28
Finished in vs. 30
vs. 19

This is the amount of anointing material that was used at the funeral for a king.

Jesus died to fulfill God’s plan to rescue God’s people as revealed in scripture.

Application & Review Questions for family worship and small group discussion:

How has this account of the crucifixion enabled you to believe, and go on believing, the Gospel?
Look up Exodus 12:46 & Numbers 9:12. What do these passages tell us about the Passover Lamb?
Why is verse 35 so important to this passage? How should it affect the way we apply this passage?
Why would John include these details about the crucifixion?
What is significant about the weight of the myrrh and aloes used in Jesus’ burial? (vs.39)
What are some tangible ways you can make sure your life is centered on the cross?
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