The Crucifixion story is riddled with pictures of man’s need for a savior, yet the pervasive belief that we don’t need one. Men have their plans, their own “messiahs”, but none of it solves the true problem of separation from God. It was there where Barnabas was chosen, Judas betrayed Yeshua, and Israel took pleasure in their murder. But this terrible story on the surface would start restoring the world to the garden that was once lost. And that fruit which Adam and Judas ate of, we would develop a disdain for as God’s Spirit fills us.
Discover how the Passover’s paradoxes teach us more about the beauty of God’s sacrifice for humanity.