Gregg Bing - September 27, 2020

Into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit

Jesus\' Words from the Cross

Nearing the time of His death, Jesus cried out with a loud voice, "It is finished!" Having completed the work the Father had given Him to do, bearing the penalty for our sins on that cross, it was time for Jesus to enter into His rest. So, bowing His head, He gave up His spirit, saying, "Father, into Your hands I commit My spirit," and He breathed His last breath. In this morning's message, we examine the significance of this final statement Jesus made from the cross. We also consider: What happened to Jesus in death? Where did He go for the three days and nights before His resurrection?

Scripture References: John 19:30, Luke 23:46

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The crucifixion of Christ is the greatest event in all of history--the accomplishment of God's eternal purpose of redemption through our Savior, Jesus Christ. The Scriptures record seven statements that Jesus made from the cross. In this study, we examine each of these statements, to understand more about the person of our Savior and of what He accomplished for us by His death on the cross.

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