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Christ's Words and Psalm 22

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Christ's Words and Psalm 22

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As we take the Passover each year, we consider the events of the crucifixion. As Jesus was about to die he makes a statement in Matthew 27:46 "my God, my God, why have you forsaken me" and as he was about to die he mae the last statement "it is finished." Why did Jesus speak these words? Did he not expect the events that took place that day? Do the words he spoke that day have a meaning behind them that he wanted those there then and us now to understand? In this sermon Mr. Smith shows how the statement Jesus spoke connect to Psalm 22 written a thousand years before that time. That Psalm shows the deep meaning of these words and also shows that God did not forsake Jesus as many imply is the meaning of the statement in Matthew.