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As we study chapter sixteen, not only do we discuss the Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus Christ, but we also glean a number of truths, insights, exhortation, and instruction, as we study the other events recorded before, in between, and after.
Jesus did not say much when He was crucified but did you know the Bible tells us much of what He was thinking during that time? The amazing part is…
In this study, we take a close look at the illegality of the first three religious trials and the lawlessness of the three political trials with Pilate and Herod that took place afterwards.
As we witness the acts and words of Jesus during these first two trials we are reminded that Jesus was in full control of not only himself, but of the entire process. The plan was unfolding according to His Fathers plans. Much of the fine details of these events are laid out for us in Old Testament scripture as prophecies to what was happening and about to happen.
The Garden of Gethsemane is on the Mount of Olives, on the side closest to the city. It is here that Jesus chooses to stop for the night and wait for the temple guards to come and arrest Him. It is interesting to note that it was in a garden where life began. A garden is also where sin first entered into man. In the Garden of Eden, Adam was overcome by sin. In the Garden of Gethsemane Jesus Christ overcame sin.