Gospel Community Church
February 11: Mark 15:16-32
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  • Gospel Community Church
    383 Fayette Pl, Fayetteville, GA 30214, United States
    Sunday 10:00 AM
What then am I to do with my shame?
1) Pretend it doesn't exist
2) Justify it
3) Let it eat me up inside
Through Jesus' humiliation on the cross, He takes our shame
Jesus takes on the crown of thorns, a symbol of Adam's curse, therefore ridding us of our shame and reconciling us to God.
Jesus was physically stripped naked so we could be spiritually clothed with righteousness.
“The evangelists portray the Son of God as stripped of His clothes that we may know the wealth gained for us by this nakedness, for it shall dress us in God's sight. God willed His Son to be stripped that we should appear freely, with the angels, in the garments of his righteousness and fullness of all good things.” - John Calvin
Expiation is the cleansing work of Christ, done for us on the cross, where he washes us of sins committed against us and sins committed by us.
What can we do with our shame? Give it to Jesus.

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