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How did Jesus` death benefit people?
Jesus death was beneficial to the people because the Jews were pressing for His death orherwise the prists may all have problems in answering to the people of His actions and Jesus is getting mone and more popular.



By: Kathleen Terado
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How did Jesus` death benefit people?
the assurance of resurrection of the body of all humans !! praise Jesus, amen , amen !! shalom !! JR sc# 19.8.25.451.18



By: shydear
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How did Jesus` death benefit people?
He redeemd us from our sins broke the bond of sinfulness and washed our souls clean. What strikes here is the reference to the condemner`s genaology. Older Caiaphas who is high priest and knows the OT the prophecies tells him and all the Jews that this is what is meant to happen according to the prophecies. Like Jesus knows that he has to die so it seems that they too know that they have to execute him because he is the Son of God. Many Jews of the time they did not recognise him as the Son of God and wanted him killed for blasphemy or out of hatred cause he was not the political rebel that would bring them freedom from the Roman rule. Annas and Caiphas and we suppose others too on the contrary seem to know that he is the Son of God and that they are called to be part of the fullfilling of the promises. You wonder whether they too felt that fullfilling the prophecies was a bitter cup that had to be drunk for the redemption of humanity.



By: Alessandra Parrini
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Jesus Taken to Annas

So the detachment, the commanding officer, and the officers of the Jews, seized Jesus and bound him, and led him to Annas first, for he was father-in-law to Caiaphas, who was high priest that year. Now it was Caiaphas who advised the Jews that it was expedient that one man should perish for the people.

John 18:12-14
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