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Everybody

I saw the title of a post that said, “ who was responsible for Jesus’s death?” and before I could even think, the word everybody bubbled out into my mind. As a Prophet, when I get thoughts that never came from me, I know it’s a revelation. Initially, my thought was, “where did that answer come from?” I even laughed at myself as I said to myself, “was it not Judas and the Jews of those days? – all those that chanted, “crucify Him, crucify Him.”

When those words, everybody came up into my mind, I had to reflect on it and I realized it was a true word. We are all responsible because all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. He died because of all of us. When Eve fell, it was humanity that fell. When she rejected the word of God, we all partook of that sin. It was human rebellion against the rulership and authority of God, so God sent Jesus to reverse that evil work and consequence.

Our constant rejection of the word of God is what led Jesus to the cross. Unfortunately people are still crucifying Christ every time they reject and crucify the word of God. The worst form of crucifying the word of God all over again is when believers fall away and reject the good news and God’s salvation.

To their loss they are crucifying the Son of God all over again and subjecting him to public disgrace. Hebrews 6:6

“You stiff-necked people! Your hearts and ears are still uncircumcised. You are just like your ancestors: You always resist the Holy Spirit! Acts 7:51

May we all realize that every time we crucify or reject the word of God, we crucify Christ all over again and we grieve the Holy Spirit and hurt Him. May we constantly seek to please Him in Jesus name.

 

 

 

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7 Comments

  1. You are so right, everyone was guilty for the crucifying of Jesus and still it goes on with the denial of Jesus and ultimately God.

  2. Yosef (ytl) says:

    Very true words.

    It is also interesting to note that in the story of Yeshua’s (Jesus’) crucifixion, ‘everyone’ is shown as responsible. The sequence is this:

    > Judas betrays Yeshua.
    > The Sadducees and scribes want to have him killed, but can’t until…
    > Yeshua gives them the words they want to hear that enables them to self justify condemning him to death.
    > Pilate, though warned not to, sentences him to death.
    > The soldiers mock and crucify him.

    Everyone took part. Thus everyone can take part in the salvation offered.

    – Yosef

    • laurabon says:

      Yes, everyone can take part in the salvation offered. Thank you so much for the meaningful and clearly expressed contribution. Blessings 🙏❤️

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