On Saturday, the day after Jesus’ death, the tomb was quiet. It was the Jewish ritual day of rest, the weekly Sabbath. But this one was different. It was a day of grief and defeat. All the people who loved and followed Jesus were blindsided by his execution. The Messiah wasn’t supposed to die and be defeated.
Laying him in that tomb was the end of his story. No one comes back from death. His body was left there where all thought it would remain.
Reread Mark 14-15
ART BY JARED BOGGESS
“New Stations of the Cross” is an adaptation of Mark 14–16.
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