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John 19:28-30 "A plea and a cry"

Apr 14, 2019

Passage: John 19:28-30

Series: Passion Week of Christ

Category: Theology, Expository


Today we have a plea for relief and a victory cry from our Lord.


Passion of Jesus Christ - Jesus 7 sayings on the cross

A Provision & A Plea - John 19:26-27

Matthew 27:46


  1.  Introduction
  2.  Passion week this month of April
  3.  Passion Week is so named because of the passion with which Jesus willingly went to the                 cross in order to pay for the sins of His people.
  4. While on the cross - He spoke 7 brief sayings.
  5.  Last week we saw the first saying was for forgiveness
  6.     “Father forgive them for they know not what they do”
  7.  Then Jesus spoke once again to the thief regarding salvation
  8.     “Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise”


Great forgiveness and Great salvation and a

Blessed assurance


  1. A Provision for His Mother John 19:25-27
  2.  Mary - the mother of Jesus
  3.  Stood by the cross
  4.  Her heartache
  5.  Her courage
  6.  Jesus - our Lord & Savior
  7. Jesus the perfect man and His perfect example
  8. His provision for his mother’s future


III. A Plea to the Father - Matthew 27:45–46

  1. Why would Our LORD allow Himself to be treated as this?  
  2.  Because at that moment in time, a holy transaction took place:
  3.   God the Father regarded God the Son as if He were a sinner.

            “God made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him” 2 Cor. 5:21

  1.     Part of that  punishment was the outpouring of God’s wrath against sinners - the                     Father poured out the full measure of His wrath against sin, and the recipient of                     that wrath was God’s own beloved Son - there was a separation, if even for a                     moment of the Son and the Father.
  2. In this lies the true meaning of the cross.
  3.  God was punishing His own Son as if He had committed every wicked deed done by every                         sinner who would ever believe. And He did it so that He could forgive and treat                          those redeemed ones as if they had lived Christ’s perfect life of righteousness.
  4. Horrible as it was, it fulfilled God’s good and loving plane of redemption.  Therefore     Isaiah could say “Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise him: Isaiah 53:10.

Christ’s death - shedding of His blood was a satisfaction rendered to God on behalf of those whom He redeemed


  1. Conclusion