The Cosmic Cathedral

Understanding God in the Word and the World

Holy Week: The Stations of the Cross


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Last year, the Cosmic Cathedral wrote about the fourteen Stations of the Cross. We encourage you again, during this Holy Week, to use these posts to help you reflect, observe, and participate in the passion of the crucified Messiah. We advise you not to read them all in one sitting. Perhaps read three each day. May you be blessed this week as you observe this most Holy Week.

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1.  Jesus in Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane
2.  Jesus Betrayed by Judas and Arrested
3.  Jesus Condemned by the Sanhedrin

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4.  Peter Denies Jesus
5.  Jesus Judged by Pilate
6.  Jesus Scourged and Crowned with Thorns
7.  Jesus Carries the Cross

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8.  Simon of Cyrene Helps Jesus to Carry the Cross
9.  Jesus Meets the Women of Jerusalem
10. Jesus is Crucified
11. Jesus Promises the Kingdom to the Penitent Thief

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12. Jesus Speaks to His Mother and Friend
13. Jesus Dies on the Cross
14. Jesus Laid in the Tomb

Author: Gary Wallin

My name is Gary Wallin and I am studying Ancient History in pursuit of one day teaching Biblical Theology at the Seminary Level. I currently live in Kansas City, MO with my self and my roommates.

3 thoughts on “Holy Week: The Stations of the Cross

  1. Reblogged this on Like A Gazelle and commented:
    My friends over at Cosmic Cathedral have posted meditations on each of the 14 stations of the cross. I invite you to participate in Holy Week, reading a few each day, and letting the mystery of Jesus’ impending crucifixion encounter you this week, to prepare you for the glorious encounter of the risen, victorious king on Easter morn.

  2. Thank you Gary for your awesome job! Bless you in the midst of your studies and hardworking! ;-9 Miss you!

  3. can you please like my log for my study thanks

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