More than Uttered Words

“At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon.  And at three in the afternoon Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?” (which means “My God, My God, why have your forsaken me?”). ”

 – Mark 15:33-34

Imagine this:  A guy and girl meet and fall in love.  In this process they have a song that reminds them of eachother, and it constantly plays in their hearts.  Each time they hear it, their hearts fill with warmth for eachother. 

As time goes by, they grow old together.  Times arn’t always smooth sailing, but they hold onto the bond of love, until one day, the man is laying on his death bed, without the strength to move.  Beside him, his wife holds his hand as he fades in and out of conciousness.  With every ounce of strength that he has, he wispers in her ear one simple line from their song.

A few words spoken out loud.  Hundreds of words spoken directly to the heart.  How much do these simple words remind the wife of the love they shared throughout their life. 

In the same way, Christ uttered the words of a song.  “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me”  These were not just the last words He spoke, but a reminder to all of those standing there before him, and all of those that scattered and fled, of the Psalm of David (Psalm 22). 

He was reminding them of his Love for us, you and me.  Let us not forget it. 

God Bless and PEACE

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2 Comments »

  1. Sometimes it’s really that simple, isn’t it? I feel a little stupid for not thinking of this myself/earlier, though.

    • stkerr Said:

      This was pointed out to me by one of the guys over at Radius in Greenville. I take no credit for discovering this myself. Dont feel stupid about it, not all of us are Bible scolars (I know i’m not).

      God Bless and PEACE


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