Stations of the Cross – Station Six

Brief Description of Station 6 and the reason why the secondary images are included Station 6 – Jesus is mocked, whipped and crowned with thorns (Matt 27:27-31; Mk 15:16-20; Jn 19:1-3) a. Jeremiah put in stocks (Jeremiah 20:1-2) b. Boys mock Elisha (2 Kings 2:23-25) Reason – Jeremiah was put

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Stations of the Cross – Station 5

Brief Description of Station 5 and the reason why the secondary images are included Station 5 – Pilate Condemns Jesus/washes hands (Matt 27:1-2, 11-26; Mk 15:1-15; Lk 23: 1-7, 13-25; Jn 18:28-40; 19:4-16a) a. like a sheep that before its shearers is silent, so he opened not his mouth (Isaiah

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Design Elements in Custom Stations

The Lord be with you If you have been following the custom Stations of the Cross that I’ve been posting, you may have noticed some design themes that appear in each station. The easiest one to understand is the triangle. It represents the Triune God. Throughout our Lord’s final day

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Custom Stations of the Cross- station three

Brief Description of the Station and the reason why the secondary images are included Station 3 – Jesus is Condemned by the Sanhedrin (Matt 26:57-68; Mk 14:53-65; Lk 54. 63-71; Jn 18:13-14, 19-24) a. Korah’s Rebellion (Numbers 16) b. Jezebel brings false witnesses against Naboth (1 Kings 21:1-16) Reason –

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Stations of the Cross – Station Two

Description of Station and brief reason the secondary images are included Station 2 – Jesus, Betrayed by Judas and Arrested (Matt 26:47-56; Mk 14:43-52; Lk 22:47-53; Jn 18:2-12) a. Joseph’s brothers betray him (Genesis 37:1-35) b. Cain betrays/murders Abel (Genesis 4:1-8) Reason – Joseph’s brothers betray him and sell him

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Joseph in Egypt – a sermon

In our Wednesday Lenten messages, we continue to think of Old Testament stories and how they foreshadowed Jesus. This message ponders the Jesus connection in reference to Joseph, the son of Jacob. As with all these messages, we are able to only skim some of the cream off the top.

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