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Seven Last Words
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Good Friday Service
As Jesus hung on the cross, he uttered seven last phrases of great meaning to those contemplating his passion and death.
Jesus didn't do a lot of talking on the cross.
It was as if he were alone in his pain -- silent for the many hours he hung there, except for a few words.
These Seven Last Words of Christ from the Cross provide a window into who Jesus is, a way to understand through his own last words what is ultimately important to the One dying on the cross.
1. "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing."
Luke 23:34 – Abilio Centurion
2. "Today you will be with me in Paradise" Luke 23:39-43 – Howard Travers
3. "Woman behold your son, ...behold your mother" John 19:26-27 – Scott Schwartzman
4. "My God, my God, why have You forsaken me?" Matthew 27:45-46 – Linda Jones
5. "I thirst" John 19:28 – Camille Ciggs
6. "It is finished" John 19:30 – Alex Malloy
7. "Into Your hands I commit My Spirit" Luke 23:45-46 – John Runkle
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