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Exsanguinated At His crucifixion

Where in the Bible does it say that Jesus totally exsanguinated at His crucifixion?

BCV, please.

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Nicole, BCV usually means Book, Chapter and Verse. People ask you to give BCV when they want the exact details of how to find whatever it was someone quoted.
---Rita_H on 7/17/16


Cluny, what does BCV mean?

The internet couldn't tell me.
---Nicole_Lacey on 7/17/16


\\Christ was not resurrected...with blood...he still had the wounds.
---Trav on 2/10/16\\

Was He bleeding through them after His Resurrection?

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 7/16/16


Darlene, forensic studies have shown that victims of crucifixion die from suffocation rather than exsanguination.
---Cluny on 1/7/16

Most suffocated when their legs were broken and they could not push up with their feet to take pressure off their lungs. Christ's legs were not broken.
Mortal earthly life is in the Blood. Gen 9:4 But flesh with the life thereof,....
Christ bled out.
Some may note that in Ez 37:1-28 the whole house of Israel is raised, resurrected, reformed. Blood is not mentioned. It is not necessary in the "new" physical spiritual state of being.
Christ was not resurrected...with blood...he still had the wounds.
---Trav on 2/10/16


When Jesus gave His spirit to Father, there was a precise, final moment of lying down his life and subsequently he breathed his last.
---Chria9396 on 1/10/16

I totally agree. Other scripture throughout scripture uses the words, "gave up the ghost and died". James also says the body without the spirit is dead. Jesus literally died the moment he gave up His spirit to God. It wasn't until after His death that the guard pierced His side where blood and water came out......so He didn't bleed to death.
---kathr4453 on 2/6/16




Jerry, to your point:

Ps 22:14 I am poured out like water, and all my bones are out of joint: my heart is like wax, it is melted in the midst of my bowels.

I believe he died of a broken heart.
---trey on 1/12/16


Christ died because he laid down his life.

Jn 10:18
trey on 1/7/16
agree.

it wouldn't surprise me if He died of heart failure
Monk_Brendan 1/7/16
Interesting

Considering Treys input and Monks, crucifixion and all it entailed,a means utilized rather than a cause, since Jesus had the power. As for which medical cause, whos to say that it wasnt multiple, simultaneous causes? Maybe suffocation happened at the very moment total heart failure occurred, brain function etc. When Jesus gave His spirit to Father, there was a precise, final moment of lying down his life and subsequently he breathed his last.
---Chria9396 on 1/10/16


trey: Excellent response! Jesus life was crushed out by the weight of our sins.


---jerry6593 on 1/10/16


///...He did lose a lot of blood, and it wouldn't surprise me if He died of heart failure, because there wasn't enough blood to keep it pumping...---Monk_Brendan on 1/7/16///

That's a reasonable Monk. Jesus took a monstrous beating. He suffered significant blood loss & perhaps severe damage to internal organs. Then He had to walk & carry the cross as far as He could to the Skull. I can't imagine how painful the impaled crown of thorns was. THEN, He was brutally nailed to the cross & suspended in mid-air where the gravitational pull on his body wasn't exactly advantageous to His well-being & He must've been extremely dehydrated after sweating profusely. Surprisingly, He didn't go into shock from the physical trauma.
---Leon on 1/8/16


Christ did not die of blood loss. Christ died because he laid down his life. He is the only one with this power.

John 10:18 No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again. This commandment have I received of my Father.
---trey on 1/7/16




Faith for Faith said, "It sounds to me like someone is just giving you an 'intelligentsia' story to make themselves out to be a GREAT BIGSHOT, in fact, I'm not sure that it is a real word...(it might have been used in ancient times but is obsolete and I have NEVER heard that word)."

Faith do you watch any TV at all? Even in the local news it has come up once or twice. However, the Bible does not say what medical reason caused Jesus to die. He did lose a lot of blood, and it wouldn't surprise me if He died of heart failure, because there wasn't enough blood to keep it pumping.

Pray for me,
the unworthy monk Brendan
---Monk_Brendan on 1/7/16


///\\Cluny since exsanguinated means to bleed out enough blood to cause a person to die,it is obvious that did happen to Christ because He died.\\

Darlene, forensic studies have shown that victims of crucifixion die from suffocation rather than exsanguination...---Cluny on 1/7/16

Leon thanks for reminding me of that. It is a very important point that needs to be taken into consideration. God Bless.---Darlene_1 on 1/6/16///

You're welcome Darlene. Also, based on what the Bible says about His last moments, I don't believe Jesus suffocated. (Lk. 23:46 ~ Mt. 27:50 ~ Mk. 15:37 ~ Jn. 19:30)
---Leon on 1/7/16


\\Cluny since exsanguinated means to bleed out enough blood to cause a person to die,it is obvious that did happen to Christ because He died.\\

Darlene, forensic studies have shown that victims of crucifixion die from suffocation rather than exsanguination.

Christ is baptized! In the Jordan!
---Cluny on 1/7/16


Leon thanks for reminding me of that. It is a very important point that needs to be taken into consideration. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 1/6/16


faithforfaith:

You said: The word "exsanguinated" is not in the bible.

Neither are rapture, pew, denomination, conservative, theology, Christmas, evangelical, presbyterian, methodist, episcopalian, catholic, protestant, orthodox, concordance, or even blog, internet, etc.

I'm not sure that it is a real word

Since you're posting on the internet, it only takes a moment to use an online dictionary to find out. All truth is verified by 2-3 witnesses. When it takes less than a minute to find some, there's no excuse not to fact check posts before making them.
---StrongAxe on 1/6/16


/...(it might have been used in ancient times but is obsolete and I have NEVER heard that word).\-faithforfaith on 1/5/16
Ummm, I don't think that your experience, knowledge, and memory is the standard by which a word becomes obsolete.
Cluny has an extensive knowledge of many things, which may also be a burden which could, and probably has in the past, cause his ego to be puffed up.
Nonetheless, if he uses a word, chances are good that the word is spelled correctly and used in its proper context.
I'm sure Cluny is cringing at my use of "ummm."
---micha9344 on 1/6/16


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///Cluny since exsanguinated means to bleed out enough blood to cause a person to die,it is obvious that did happen to Christ because He died. Seems to me since it means only enough to make a person die and that doesn't require all the blood then there isn't such thing as total blood loss by exsanguination. God Bless.---Darlene_1 on 1/6/16///

Darlene, may I add that before being crucified, Jesus was nearly beat (flogged, scourged) to death. That caused Him to bleed out significantly & ultimately die.
---Leon on 1/6/16


\\ I'm not sure that it is a real word...(it might have been used in ancient times but is obsolete and I have NEVER heard that word).
\\

It's a word used frequently in TV medical and forensic dramas.

It means to bleed out totally.

Of course, you could always have looked it up in a dictionary. There are several on-line.

Christ is baptized! In the Jordan!
---Cluny on 1/6/16


Although scripture does not directly say Jesus was "drained", He, as our Passover Lamb of God and sin offering fulfilled all scripture.
Ex 12 explains the separation of the blood and the flesh for the Passover lamb.
Lev 16 explains it for the sin offering, also referenced by Heb 9.
Gen 9:4 states one is not to eat the blood of the flesh, repeated in Lev 17:14
John 6 has the blood and the flesh separated.
Noting that this is pre-resurrection, which was a full bodily resurrection.
-None of this, however, points to Jesus being "totally exsanguinated", but does reveal the models that showed Christ's sacrifice were.
(excluding the scapegoat)
---micha9344 on 1/6/16


Cluny since exsanguinated means to bleed out enough blood to cause a person to die,it is obvious that did happen to Christ because He died. Seems to me since it means only enough to make a person die and that doesn't require all the blood then there isn't such thing as total blood loss by exsanguination. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 1/6/16


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"Where in the Bible does it say that Jesus totally exsanguinated at His crucifixion?" It doesn't.
The total bleeding of an animal, as a sacrifice or otherwise, was to preserve their meat for consumption. As concerning the sacrifice itself, the remission of sin was satisfied simply by the shedding of blood, the amount was irrelevant.
---joseph on 1/6/16


Absolutely faithforfaith! smh
---Leon on 1/5/16


In defence of Cluny, it's a perfectly good word, and in my dictionary. And Cluny didn't assert that this particular word was in the Bible.
---john1944 on 1/5/16


It doesn't. It wasn't necessary.
---john1944 on 1/5/16


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The word "exsanguinated" is not in the bible.

It sounds to me like someone is just giving you an 'intelligentsia' story to make themselves out to be a GREAT BIGSHOT, in fact, I'm not sure that it is a real word...(it might have been used in ancient times but is obsolete and I have NEVER heard that word).

Many people will try to be an INTELLECTUAL by pretending that they have special knowledge to give you. They also do this for their ego.

Anyway, what is it that you are wondering?
---faithforfaith on 1/5/16


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