The Irony, The Scandal and His Greatness

The Irony, The Scandal and His Greatness

SCANDALOUS

Carson identifies the following four ironies in the crucifixion:

1. The man who is mocked as King is the King
2. The man who is utterly powerless is powerful
3. The man who can’t save himself saves others
4. The man who cries out in despair trusts God

Scandalous (Re-Lit)

Robin’Spiritual Nest (www.spiritualnest.net) 

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