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Was The Cross Blood Stained

Was the cross actually stained by the blood of JESUS. Be careful, think about your answer.

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 ---mima on 1/3/06
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As much as it would have been by any of the others that were crucified on that particular cross. I imagine the Romans reused the same timbers over and over again for various crucifixions.
---Bruce5656 on 9/2/07


I find this question "gory" and the caution teasing BUT FOR WHAT? The answer to the question is YES! Now what?
Did I miss something? P.
---Pierre on 1/7/06


I find this question "gory" and the caution teasing BUT FOR WHAT? The answer to the question is YES! Now what?
Did I miss something? P.
---Pierre on 1/7/06


Phil, it doesn't make any diffenence. It was just a fun question for everyone as many of mima's are.
---Fred_S. on 1/5/06


What difference does ii make anyway, there are no theological implications from the occurrence or non-occurrence of blood. There was probably some blood some where but so what. Yahshua was the perfect sacrifice crucified as the Passover lambs were being slain in the Temple, buried for all of three day and nights like he said and came fourth into Glory for the salvation of mankind.
---Phil_the_Elder on 1/5/06




1 Peter 1:18,19 is very easy to understand: It is saying that we weren't redeemed by an earthly sacrifice, such as money- but through "the precious blood of Christ, A LAMB WITHOUT BLEMISH OR DEFECT." This simply states that Jesus was the spotless, perfect sacrifice for our sins. There's no way he could have been brutally crucified like he was without blood that flowed through his earthly body getting everywhere, as I earlier stated. You're trying to mix the earthly with the heavenly.
---Molly on 1/5/06


Hewbrews 7:12 (KJV) For the priesthood being changed, there is made of necessity a change also of the law. Help me, mima. I'm confused.
---Fred_S. on 1/5/06


Fred S ;HEBREWS 7:12 speaks to this. JESUS enter by what,-His own ----- you can read better than me I am sure.---mima-1/4/2006
---mima on 1/4/06


MIMA, I'll bite! You make me smile! I had a grandmother I called Mima. The blood got there the same way as the animal's blood did that were sacrificed in the Old Test., Thru our Faith.
---Fred_S. on 1/4/06


Consider this; 1-PETER 1:18-19 says that JESUS'S blood is not corruptible as silver and gold. Yet if JESUS'S blood stained or dried on ths cross, corruption (dried, decomposed, rotted) would have started to happen. Understandimg that the blood of JESUS is today on the mercyseat of GOD; Question how did it get there?--mima 1/4/2006
---mim on 1/4/06




Your answer Mima. Blood from the back of Jesus's head (from thorns), His back, neck buttocks (from whips made with metal balls, sharp bone chips that rips flesh) was only blood stain on cross. His hands streached, positioned at 10 and 2 (on clock face) the blood would run down forearms to armpits, pool and drip to ground. Feet crossed, nailed, blood would drip off end of toes. Spear in side, thru heart would run down legs, chest drip to ground. Or pool inside the body. Does this pacify your question Mima?
---Fred_S. on 1/4/06


I don't see how it could not have been. I'd also like to know if this is a trick question.
---M.P. on 1/4/06


So what is your point? Logic would indicate Christ's blood had to be on the cross. He was beaten raw on His back. IF He was laid on the cross while on the ground, (which was one way of doing it,) and the cross was then raised His blood would have to be on it.
---WIVV on 1/3/06


Bruce; It has been my understanding that crucifiction was as shamefull as it was painful and the "staros" (translated cross) was either burried or destroyed so that no one could point it out with distain! PS there have been enough pieces of the cross sold to build a huge building!
---1st_cliff on 1/3/06


The hammered nails pierced through his flesh and blood into the wood, so yes the wood was stained with his blood.
---Eloy on 1/3/06


Probably yes. Why...is this a trick question?
---Ann5758 on 1/3/06


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part 2: These nice and neat little portrayals of the brutal death he suffered, that show a few ketchup squirts here and there are so far from the truth it's pitiful. He was ripped to shreds from head to foot. So, what's more important to me was not HOW it was shed, it's that it WAS shed.
---Molly on 1/3/06


I think the more relevant question would be "Have our HEARTS been stained by the blood of Jesus?" Not to be disrespectful, but whether or not some of Jesus' blood actually got on 2 pieces of wood really bears no significance. I personally believe it was all OVER the cross, the ground, the soldiers.....
---Molly on 1/3/06


If it was Jesus on the cross and they put nails in his hands and the Bible says he bled for us then obviously it was his blood. There could be previous stains if someone else died on it before him. But those stains would be irrelevant. Is there any other possibilities?
---john on 1/3/06


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