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Christ’s Cup of Grief Isaiah 53:1-6. “CUP” Container, by metonymy, its contents; figuratively as “a figure of speech to represent one’s portion of or.

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1 Christ’s Cup of Grief Isaiah 53:1-6

2 “CUP” Container, by metonymy, its contents; figuratively as “a figure of speech to represent one’s portion of or participation in something” Christ’s grief, pain and death, Matthew 20:22-23 Christ willingly drank the cup the Father gave Him, John 18:

3 The Cup of Grief Over a Faithless Nation Christ was grieved that Jerusalem rejected Him, Matthew 23:36-39 –Divine sorrow over Israel’s disobedience, Romans 10:21 (Isa. 65:2) –Divine anger mingled with sorrow, Isaiah 65:3; Ezekiel 18:32; cf. Lamentations 3:31-33 Divine judgment brought grief, Luke 23: Gospel brings joy, John 16:21-22, 33; Psa. 30:5 –cf. Ephraim: God’s heart of mercy, Jer. 31:20 3

4 The Cup of Grief Over Faltering Apostles Matt. 17:16-17 Overconfidence, Matthew 26:31-35, (Luke 22:45) –Sin grieves God, Ephesians 4:29-30 –Grieved when Christians falter, Hebrews 6:6; 10:29 Humble endurance pleases Christ, Philippians 3:

5 The Cup of Grief Over the Cross, Matthew 20:22; Mark 14:36 Cup of humiliation, Acts 8:32-33 (Isaiah 53:7-8) –Complete submission led to humiliating treatment by lawless men, Phil. 2:8; Isaiah 50:6; Mark 14:65; Luke 23:11; John 19:1-3, –Example of Jesus, 1 Peter 2:20-23; 3:13-14 Cup of pain and death, Luke 22:

6 Scourging Direction of Whip Marks Journal of the American Medical AssociationJournal of the American Medical Association (Vol. 255, No. 11, March 21, 1986) 6

7 Mocked and Beaten 7

8 Crucifixion Slow death, maximum pain and suffering Pain was excruciating (“out of the cross”) Relatively bloodless form of execution –Note: When Jesus’ side was pierced (blood and water) – He was already dead, John 19:31-34, 37 Typically, no bones are broken, John 19:36 (Psalm 34:20) 8

9 Crucifixion Journal of the American Medical Association Journal of the American Medical Association (Vol. 255, No. 11, March 21, 1986) 9

10 Crucifixion Journal of the American Medical AssociationJournal of the American Medical Association (Vol. 255, No. 11, March 21, 1986) 10

11 Crucifixion Journal of the American Medical AssociationJournal of the American Medical Association (Vol. 255, No. 11, March 21, 1986) 11

12 Crucifixion of Jesus Darkness of the cross Matthew 27:45-46 (John 16:32) Death, Luke 23:44-46 –He endured the cross and despised its shame, Hebrews 12:2 Held in contempt, looked down on –No greater love, John 15:13; Romans 5:8 12

13 Philippians 3:10 (7-12) “the fellowship of His sufferings” “conformed to His death” –Full submission and surrender to Jesus Man of Sorrows….So we can have joy! John 16:22 13


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