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The Price Paid For Our Sin's


At the age of 33, Jesus was condemned to death penalty. And with Jesus things were worse, because not all the criminals condemned to death could receive nails on their hands and feet.Of course, nails... Big nails! Each was 15 a 20 cm long, with a point of 6 cm. Another point was sharp.

The nails were craved into the pulses, and not into the palms, as we are used to hear. In the pulse, there's a tendon which extends till the shoulder, and when the nails were being hammered, that tendon broke, obliging Jesus to reinforce all the muscles of his back, so that he could breath as He was loosing all the air from his lungs.

In this way, He was forced to support Himself onto the nail craved in his feet, which was bigger than those craved into his pulses, for both feet were craved together. And, as his feet could not endure for long time without tearing, Jesus was forced to alternate that 'cycle' so that He could breath.

Jesus endured that reality for over 3 hours. Few minutes before He died, Jesus was not bleeding anymore. He was simply pouring water from his cuts and holes. When we imagine Him injured, we only picture Him with injuries, but it is not enough; His wounds were true holes, made in his body. He had no more blood to bleed, He only poured water.

Human body is composed of nearly 3.5 litres of blood (for adult).
Jesus poured all 3.5 litres of his blood; He had three nails hammered into his body; a crown of thorns on his head and, beyond that, a Roman soldier who nailed a spear into his chest.

All these without mentioning the humiliation He passed after carrying his own cross for almost 2 kilometers, while the crowd spat on his face and threw stones (the cross was almost 30 kg of weight, only for its higher part, where his hands were nailed)

Jesus had to go through everything which he never deserved just for one reason(John 3:16-18), so that our sins would be forgiven.

How much does he love us?
I can never find an answer for it.
No matter How many times I read this it never fails to amaze me that Jesus loved us so much. Let us never make his sacrifices go to waste. Let us stand firm and move along that narrow path so that we could bring a smile on his face.

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