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Matthew 27:46 - 27:53

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this discourse, Steve Gregg interprets the passage Matthew 27:46-27:53 which chronicles Jesus' crucifixion. He notes that the mention of Elijah in Jesus' cry does not necessarily mean he was calling for Elijah's help or presence. Instead, it is likely a reference to the Jewish belief that Elijah must return before the arrival of the Messiah. Gregg further explains the significance of the temple veil tearing upon Jesus' death as well as the possibility of saints' graves being opened when Jesus was resurrected. Overall, he delves into the spiritual and physical sufferings endured by Jesus.

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