Let us always remember that you and I do not have to suffer the penalty of eternal separation from God; because Jesus suffered it for us. When He was on the cross, He literally suffered separation from the presence of God. This was something He had never experienced. As Yeshua took on our sin on the cross, the Father turned His face away from Him. The good news is that because He died in our place, we get to look forward to an eternity with Him! Beloved, we have a great future, let us finish our journey here well!


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    • The Bible never said he left him physically forever. Remember Jesus says in John ” I am in the Father and the Father is in Me.” God left Jesus on the cross, hence why Christ asked why have you forsaken Me. In other words, YHVH did not save Jesus from the Wrath, The Father left Christ to pay the price for the world. He left him in that way, by not saving him from Crucifixion but never leaving His Son.

    • I know. Just had this conversation with some others over this scripture. Truth is, I don’t think there is another, separate scripture to back up this claim that God completely left Jesus or ‘turned his back’ on his Son.

      Not saying there isn’t merit to the theory, but not seeing a whole lot of truth in it. “If I make my bed in hell, you are there.”

    • Instead of God forsaking Jesus, isn’t it possible that Jesus was identifying with the Messianic Psalms 22:1 and quoting it before the Jews so they would believe that He truly was their Messiah? I believe he did that with other scriptures as well, didn’t he?

    • I don’t believe he did. The whole purpose of the New Covenant is Grace. No more condemnation. Sin was nailed to the cross. Totally forgiven. Jesus quoted Psalm 22 to once again proove to the Jews that he was the Messiah.

  1. This is the absolute best explanation I have ever heard of the words Jesus uttered on the Cross while bearing the Sins of the WORLD ie fallen Humans! I love you ALL & Hanukkah Shabbat Shalom to ALL my Judeo-Christian Brothers and Sisters. Jesus = Isho = Yeshua is the LIGHT of the World and Hanukkah is the Festival of LIGHTS! We Christians should celebrate Hanukkah too just like Jesus did because it celebrates Jesus as the LIGHT. Hanukkah means Dedication so it is time to RE-DEDICATE ourselves to the LIGHT of the World ie Jesus who was called Isho in Aramaic and Yeshua in Hebrew.  PTL

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